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for Mon., April 22
  • Colors of Dance

    Join the School of Indian Percussion & Music for an enchanting evening celebrating the rich cultural heritage of India at "Colors of Dance." Immerse yourself in the vibrant rhythms and graceful movements of traditional Indian classical dance, featuring captivating performances of Kathak and Bharatnatyam.
    Sat. June 22, 6pm  
    Anderson High School
  • Billy Strings in Concert

    Billy Strings is performing at Moody Center on Saturday, December 14th. Tickets on sale now!
    Sat. Dec. 14, 7:30pm  
    Moody Center
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Cowboy Bebop: The Movie (2003)

    OK, 3-2-1, let’s jam. In 2001, Shinichirō Watanabe brought back his free-jazz anime riff to cinemas with Cowboy Bebop: Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door (better known internationally as Cowboy Bebop: The Movie). For fans, it was a hidden episode 22 1/2, but for new audiences it was a wild ride into his cool space-noir packed with bounty hunters, existential doubt, gunplay, and the cutest Pembroke Welsh Corgi in the solar system. See you, space cowboy. – Richard Whittaker
    Mon., April 22
  • Music

    Curren$y, Stove God Cooks [garage]

    Curren$y has one of the most stacked résumés in hip-hop. After stints with Master P’s No Limit Records and Lil Wayne’s Young Money Entertainment, the New Orleans MC struck out on his own, founded Jet Life imprint, and has since garnered a cult following for his levitational brand of stoner rap. Hailed as a godfather of the blog era, he’s continued to carve out his own lane through collaborative albums with the likes of the Alchemist and Wiz Khalifa – further cementing status as an underground king. Syracuse newcomer Stove God Cooks is also slated to appear. – Elizabeth Braaten
    Mon., April 22, 6pm  
  • Arts


    Hyperreal Hotel: Bride of Chucky

    I’m biased here, see, because your ol’ pal James is a major fan of that evil doll Charles Lee Ray. What’s playing this coming Monday in the beautifully dank caverns of Hotel Vegas is the crown jewel of the Child’s Play franchise. This comedy-horror masterpiece takes the plastic-gut frenzy of Child’s Play 2 and smashes it straight into high-quality goth-girl aesthetics via the one, the only: Tiffany Valentine, played by the iconic Jennifer Tilly. Plus: Monday’s screening is presented by horror expert and frequent Weird Wednesday programmer Morgan Hyde, so you know this one’s a top-tier pick. Arrive early and grab a Hyperreal Hotel punch card to get yourself on the way to earning a free keychain. – James Scott
    Mon., April 22
  • Community


    Shred It!

    According to IdentityTheft.org, fraud and identity theft cases have nearly tripled over the last decade. One way to protect yourself from such a fate is to shred sensitive documents you no longer need, and Frost Bank comes in clutch with professional shredding services that can knock out up to 10 boxes or bags of yours – for free! With your busy lifestyle, you don’t have time to feed paper to a shredder all day, so let Shred-It do that for you. But just paper, OK? And no moldy or wet stuff. Or X-rays, pill bottles, CDs … you get the idea. – Kat McNevins
    Mon., April 22  
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