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for Wed., Jan. 19
  • Weezer at Germania Insurance Amphitheater

    Don't miss Weezer's Indie Rock Road Trip Tour with special guests Modest Mouse and Momma!
    Thurs. June 8, 7pm  
    Germania Insurance Amphitheater
  • Maudie's Moonlight Margarita 5K Fun Run

    Run, jog, or walk to Maudie’s Moonlight Margarita 5K! For two decades, runners, joggers, walkers, and margarita lovers have converged in downtown for a 5K course that borders Lady Bird Lake and the Butler Trail before ending in the popular after-party. Registrants will enjoy complimentary margaritas and Tex-Mex while dancing to the sounds of DJ Chorizo Funk.
    Thurs. June 8, 8pm  
    Sand Beach Park
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Breathless (1960)

    Newly Restored: Godard's feature debut centers on two doomed Parisian lovers.
    Wed., Jan. 19, 6:15pm  
  • Arts


    Comedy Wham: Sixth Anniversary Show

    Why do you want to attend this live-podcast show? One: Because it features Comedy Wham's head honcho Valerie Lopez committing her 200th interview. Two: Because the comedians being interviewed are Sure Thing's own Brendan K. O'Grady and Duncan Carson. Three: That's already so much comedio-intellectual firepower, this gig would be a best bet on a weekend night in Vegas ... but it's happening on a Wednesday night at the Fallout's underground bunker in Downtown Austin. The conclusion is obvious, right? Don't make us do the math for you, citizen, we're still nursing those five billion neurons we strained while attempting to grok a Calabi-Yau manifold.
    Wed., Jan. 19, 8pm. $8-10.  
  • Qmmunity

    Nightlife & Parties

    Divina: Noche Drag Latinx

    Hostess Tatiana Cholula and special guests serve an evening of Latinx queerness.
    Every other Wednesday, 9-11pm  
  • Community


    Donate Blood, Get a Free Sub

    We Are Blood partners with ThunderCloud Subs to reward blood and platelet donors with a voucher for a free small sub sandwich while supplies last. Schedule an appointment online or call 512/206-1266.
    Through Jan. 31  
    We Are Blood donor centers
  • Community


    Drive-Through Mask Distribution for Small Businesses

    The city's Economic Development Department is distributing 96,000 masks to local small businesses at no cost. Business owners and their staff can drive through one of two city facilities to pick up masks for employees and customers while supplies last.
    Wed., Jan. 19, 1-4pm  
    Economic Development Department, 5202 E. Ben White; African American Cultural & Heritage Facility, 912 E. 11th
  • Community


    Homeschool Craft Adventure

    Kids will learn about pioneers and go on a crafty covered-wagon adventure.
    Wed., Jan. 19, noon-2pm. $12.  
  • Arts

    Visual Arts


    The PrintAustin Collective was co-founded in 2013 by local printmakers Cathy Savage and Elvia Perrin to bring attention to the vibrant printmaking scene in Austin. The festival they started has since grown to include more than 60 print-focused events serving thousands of audience members annually, with returning and new participants each year. See the website for the full schedule of events and galleries.
    Through Feb. 22
  • Music

    The War on Drugs

    Visions of Mom and Dad slow dancing to the powerful Eighties rock ballads from I Don’t Live Here Anymore invite themselves. The fifth studio album from Philadelphia-born rock band The War On Drugs is all Eighties synth, owing debts to Phil Collins, Bob Dylan, and Def Leppard. Luscious and melancholy, the Grammy-winners offer their most grounded lyrical reflections, losing none of their sparkling layers of texture and melody. These songs were made with legacy in mind, inspired by new baby Bruce (like Springsteen), said leader Adam Granduciel, who requests that concertgoers mask up.
    Wed., Jan. 19, 8pm
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