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for Sun., July 16
  • BRAVE Fest

    The fun, family-friendly BRAVE Fest at Antone's Nightclub is free with RSVP or $5 at-door. Come enjoy 2 floors celebrating local talent: The Peterson Brothers, SaulPaul, The Foxtones, Mariachi, & Bollywood Dance and children's storytime, arts, crafts, games, and local popup vendors. Event details, lineup, & volunteer info found online.
    Sun. Jul. 28, 2pm-6pm  
    Antone's Nightclub
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  • Food

    Food Events

    1417 French Bistro: Bastille Day Specials

    Of course this place is celebrating today! In fact, 1417 will be offering French food (braised short rib, cheese polenta, and braised kale) and drink specials (French 75 and a French Mule) for dinner for the whole weekend, Friday through Sunday. And, yes, their usual *chef's kiss* array of French fare, including the duck confit, steak & frites, French onion soup, and more.
    Fri.-Sun., July 14-16
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Face/Off (1997)

    Paramount Summer Classic Film Series: Hyperreal Film Club presents this bonkers blast about an FBI agent (Travolta) who borrows the face of a comatose terrorist (Cage) to extract information from his confidantes. What could go wrong?
    Sun., July 16, 7pm  
  • Community

    Events

    Jo's Coffee Celebrates Barbie

    In celebration of the upcoming Barbie movie launch, Jo’s iconic I Love You So Much wall on South Congress is hand-painted to feature a cute message from Ken to Barbie for a four-day takeover. In addition, Jo’s SoCo will be offering two tasty pink bevvies: Malibu Jo’s, a strawberry coconut lemonade, and the Malibu Sunset, a frozen version of the pink lemonade. Stop by and celebrate America's favorite doll!
    July 14-17
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Lady Bird (2017)

    Gerwig's solo writing and directorial debut is a fresh and funny coming-of-age story with superb performances from Metcalf and Ronan as mother and daughter.
    Sun., July 16, 12:05pm  
  • Arts

    Theatre

    Lizzie, the Musical

    That legendary company called Doctuh Mistuh Productions returns to Austin after a five-year hiatus to present this rock musical adaption of the grisly Borden Family murders in 1893 and the subsequent trial of Lizzie Borden. The show – which premiered in NYC in 2009 and is written by Steven Cheslik-deMeyer, Tim Maner, and Alan Steven Hewitt – is directed here by the irrepressible Michael McKelvey, with musical direction by Ellie Jarrett Shattles. And this is our full review of the production!
    Through July 30. Thu.-Sat., 7:30pm; Sun., 2pm. $24 and up.  
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Parthenia’s Majesty: A Cinematic Voyage

    An immersive audiovisual experience curated by acclaimed artist and musician Ben Livingston combines nostalgic short films about Barton Springs with music and art, and doubles as a fundraiser for the Save Our Springs Alliance.
    Sun., July 16, 2, 7pm  
  • Community

    Events

    Ruby's Rainbow RainBOWL Event

    Hit some strikes and spares for local nonprofit Ruby's Rainbow, which provides scholarships for students with Down syndrome. Beyond the bowling, there's live music from Sister Golden Hair, a rockin' DJ, hot pizza, and cold drinks.
    Sun., July 16, 11am-4pm. $25, adults; $15, kids 12 and under.  
  • Qmmunity

    Community

    Sapphic Singles

    Meet the love of your life or just a few new friends at this queer-women focused social. Erin Camp and Areesha Singh host.
    Third Sunday of every month, 5-7pm
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