5 Things You Have To Do This Week


Monday, March 23
The Race For Mayor Debate

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KLRN’s Rick Casey moderates this debate between faculty from SAC’s Political Science Department and mayoral candidates Tommy Adkisson, Ivy Taylor, Leticia Van de Putte and Mike Villarreal. The debate provides candidates an opportunity to discuss issues and policies relevant to the people of Alamo City. Free, 6:30pm Monday, McCallister Auditorium, San Antonio College, 1300 San Pedro Ave., 486-6194

Monday, March 23
Tap That Asana

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Tap into yourself with a fluid vinyasa yoga class at Alamo Beer Co. hosted by Mobile Om. After class, awaken your tastebuds with a tasting of Alamo's 4 unique craft beers. $20-$25, 7-9pm, Alamo Beer Company Brewing, 202 Lamar St., sanantoniobeerweek.com

Tuesday, March 24
Think Out Loud


Rosella, San Antonio’s go-to café for great quality coffee, food, beer and wine, announces its new partnership with KLRN to present Think Out Loud! Starting March 24th, Rosella will host an open mic event every other Tuesday. Individuals will have the opportunity to showcase their talents in poetry, music, short fiction, comedy and more. Free, 6:30pm Tuesday, Rosella, 203 E Jones, Suite 101, 277-8574, rosellacoffee.com

Tuesday, March 24
Trivia Night With Geeks Who Drink


Geeks Who Drink invite trivia fans to “discover the art of friendly competition” at this special quiz night inspired by SAMA’s collections. $10-$15 (cash bar available), 6:30-9pm Tuesday, San Antonio Museum of Art, 200 W. Jones St., 978-8121, samuseum.org.

Wednesday, March 25
Chicano! The Struggle in the Fields 


In preparation for the César E. Chávez March for Justice, San Anto Cultural Arts hosts a poster-making session and screening of part two the PBS series Chicano! History of the Mexican-American Civil Rights Movement. The Struggle in the Fields examines the importance of Chávez and delineates the various components of his nonviolent strategy for farm worker self determination. Free, 6-8pm Wednesday; San Anto Cultural Arts, 2120 El Paso St., (210) 226-7466, sananto.org

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