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  • Community

    Out of Town

    Audic Empire Single Release Tour

    Local blues/rock/reggae outfit Audic Empire’s newest song “So So Long” releases Feb. 26, and there are three ways to celebrate: See them in Houston Thu., Feb. 25; in Corpus Fri., Feb. 26; or welcome them home from tour on Sat., Feb. 27 at Emerald Point.
    Feb. 25-27  
    Scout Bar, Houston; Brewster Street Icehouse, Corpus Christi
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Children of Abraham/Ibrahim

    The UT-Austin Center for Middle Eastern Studies and Austin Film Society present a series of films from the Middle East intended to "open our hearts, minds, and understanding about a region that many of us only experience in news reports." Synonyms by Nadav Lapid (The Kindergarten Teacher) opens Feb. 25, and March 4 will be There Is No Evil by Mohammed Rasoulof (Manuscripts Don’t Burn), who is presently under house arrest in Iran. Join in on Zoom for a discussion on There Is No Evil with scholar Dr. Babak Tabarraee on March 9.
    Films open on Thursdays through March 11  
    Online: www.austinfilm.org
  • Arts

    Theatre

    Same Time Next Year

    This is Bernard Slade's romantic comedy about a love affair between two people who, while married to others, rendezvous once a year. It's one of the world’s most widely produced plays – and a beloved film – in which 25 years of manners and morals are embodied by these periodical, adulterous lovers. Now you can catch it live in Georgetown, as directed by Damon Brown at the Palace Theatre.
    Through Feb. 28. Fri.-Sat., 7:30pm; Sun., 2pm. $32-34.  
  • Community

    Events

    Young Texan Ambassadors

    Keep Texas Beautiful is accepting applications for its Young Texan Ambassador program. Ambassadors are passionate about the environment and are committed to making Texas the best place to live, work, and play through volunteerism and leadership. Program is open to young people age 15-25.
    Deadline: March 5. Free.  
    Online

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