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Arts & Culture for Tue., Sept. 17
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  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Blonde Death (1983)

    Homo Arigato: Described by the press as “the world’s angriest gay man,” Dillinger (aka James Robert Baker) shot this on VHS for $1,000. The video tells the story of Tammy the Teenage Time-Bomb, a troubled daughter of Christian fundamentalists.
    Tue., Sept. 17, 7:30pm  
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    Arts & Culture

    Dragula Season 3 Viewing Party

    Are ya ready for this? The Children of the Corn – er the Haus of Purchase are hosting weekly watch parties in honor of our horror goddess Louisianna Purchase. Better be there cuz rumor has it Miss LP will pop in some weeks to spill a lil tea behind the scenes. 18 and up to watch party.
    Tuesdays thru Oct. 29, 8pm. $5.  
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  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    Blanton Museum of Art: This Is the Day

    This new show highlights new developments in Jeffrey Gibson’s genre-bridging practice, with 50 works made between 2014 and 2018 – including intricately beaded wall-hangings and punching bags, paintings, ceramics, garments, helmets, and a new video commissioned for this exhibition.
    Through Sept. 29  
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    Nightlife & Parties

    Drag Class

    Sabel Scities is taking you back to class and schoolin’ you on drag. Doors are open to entertainers who’ve been performing for two years or less and want to learn how to style their wigs, beat their mug, build a brand, and so much more. Sabel’s students are paired with a seasoned queen who will show ’em the ropes over the semester. The queens compete for $1,000, photoshoots, bookings, and more. Bonus: No one will wanna miss the After School Dance party that follows. – A. Micah Mills
    Tuesdays, 9pm-12mid  

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