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                            • Elvis: That's the Way it Is

                              The first non-fictional flick Elvis starred in since his silver screen debut in ’56, this ’70 documentary by Denis Sanders follows Elvis’ return to music after his long flirtation with Hollywood.

                              Category: Film, Documentary, Musical
                            • Climate Change Panel & Screening of Come Hell or High Water

                               In conjunction with the Bihl Haus exhibition “HOT! SA Artists Respond to Climate Change,” the Woodlawn hosts a panel discussion with Alyssa Burgin (Texas Drought Project) Diana Lopez (Southwest Workers Union), Lanny Sinkin (Solar San Antonio) and Jason St. Sauver (Mitchell Lake Audubon Center). A screening of Leah Mahan's documentary Come Hell or High Water: The Battle for Turkey Creek follows the discussion.

                            • Sabrina
                              Sabrina 8/28 6:30PM

                              Ugly duckling yearns for playboy son of her father’s employer. Playboy son ignores her. Duckling goes to Paris and comes back a swan. Madness ensues. Thus is the age-old tale of love, longing and missed connections exhibited in 1954’s Sabrina, starring Audrey Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart. You may come for the sugar-sweet wit, but you’ll stay for the costume design. Sabrina marks the first collaboration between Hepburn and Givenchy, the designer who developed the picture-perfect elegance of the actress’ wardrobe. The McNay screens this classic as part of its 60th anniversary film series.

                              Category: Film, Classic
                            • "Somos San Antonio" 8/28 5:30PM

                              While the vast majority of Fotoseptiembre’s wide-ranging offerings land on gallery walls with some sort of curatorial slant in tow, “Somos San Antonio” comes together in a refreshingly organic fashion. Inviting community involvement via submissions from local photographers of all ages and skill levels, the recurring exhibition highlighted vanishing and neglected landmarks with 2013’s nostalgic “Places That Once Were” and this year shifts its focus in a slightly cheerier direction with “San Antonio Faces at Historic Places.” Billed as “the first National Trust Historic Site in the state of Texas,” 19th-century King William landmark Villa Finale once again hosts the juried show, which presents local shutterbugs with the sole requirement of capturing subjects at one of the Alamo City’s many storied locales.

                            •  Oscuridad
                              Oscuridad 8/28 8:00PM

                              Pushing boundaries for 29 years, Jump-Start Performance Co. is an SA institution rooted in experimentation and collaboration. A former fixture in the Blue Star Arts Complex, the performance art troupe unveils a mysterious new production this week in its new Beacon Hill space. Directed by Marisela Barrera and developed through “a rehearsal process of performance experiments, improvisation and story-sharing,” Oscuridad plays out during the final hours of a doomed cantina frequented by shadowy characters La Lechuza, Fantasma, El Señor, the Handless Maid and La Muerte.

                            • Art of War Day 1 featuring DJ Tums, DJ GI Joe

                     is awesome and free, but their most-listened-to mixtapes currently include five from Lil Wayne and three from Wiz Khalifa, so those seeking the newest thing in hip-hop might be better off going outside. Art of War challenges MCs and beat-makers to deliver the goods live in original-track battles. Not all will be good, but some will be great and you probably never would’ve thought to Google any of them. That goes triple for break dancing and graffiti, well represented here but mostly discovered online via YouTube roulette.

                              Category: Music, DJ

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                            • Twin Liquors 3 Day Dollar Sale!
                            • San Antonio Music Awards
                            • Market Square Labor Day Celebration
                            • Epic Game Show Day
                            • Climate Change Panel & Screening of <em>Come Hell or High Water</em>
                            • Final week:
                            • <em>Elvis: That's the Way it Is</em>
                            • Festival People en Español
                            • Power-Take-off & The Grasshopper Lies Heavy
                            • <em>Duck Soup</em>
                            • G Love & Special Sauce
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