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for Wed., Sept. 14
  • Community


    Austin FC

    The Verde face Real Salt Lake for the first time since May, when the team's early lead slipped away and ended with a 2:1 score thanks to an 88th-minute goal for Salt Lake.
    Wed., Sept. 14, 8:15pm  
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Alma's Rainbow (1994)

    Newly Restored: A teen (Platt) navigates womanhood in what Ava DuVernay called "A gorgeous clarion call for our young black girls." Screening with Chenzira's short film "Hair Piece."
    Wed., Sept. 14, 6pm  
  • Food

    Food Events

    Black Food Week

    Austin Justice Coalition presents the sixth annual Black Food Week – a celebration of culture, heritage, and history (and of course the tastiest noms), featuring more than 70 restaurants and bars.
    Various locations
  • Community


    Emo Bingo & Karaoke

    Brush up on the Used, Panic! at the Disco, et al., because your emo expertise will come in handy at a bingo game matching songs to album covers. Follow that up with karaoke, where all songs are welcome but those singing emo will be eligible for prizes.
    Wed., Sept. 14, 7pm  
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Fright Night (1985)

    Vault of Horrors: Start the evening with the screening and end with an afterparty at Mama Merlot's hosted by executive occultist Saul Ravencraft.
    Wed., Sept. 14, 8pm  
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    Sage Studio: Body Work

    Here's an exploration of all things anatomical and automotive, with two-dimensional art reflecting on human bodies and three-dimensional sculptures created around the theme of auto bodies. The show features pieces from 12 artists with intellectual and developmental disabilities – artists from Austin, New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, and California.
    Through Sept. 17
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    The Godfather: Part II (1974)

    The epic follow-up is as great as or maybe even better than its predecessor.
    Sept. 9-15; find showtimes online  
  • Music

    Winona Forever, The Irons, Foam Star

    Looking to get down existential without all the doom and gloom? Take an introspective trip via soft rock and synth-driven melodies with Winona Forever’s new single “Butterflies,” an ambient indie-pop catharsis evoking the vibe of a Joe Hisaishi soundscape. With no shortage of flair, the Vancouver quartet’s discography ranges from lighthearted guitar tones reminiscent of Mac Demarco in “Keep Kool” to fast-paced distorted licks in “Shrek~Chic.” Indie folk five-piece the Irons navigate the human experience atop mellow beats and light harmonies on April’s He’s About to Blow album, while Foam Star’s standout single “High Problems” combines their consistent lyric-driven beat style with distortion-drenched accompaniment.
    Wed., Sept. 14, 7pm  
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