5 Things You Have To Do This Week

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Monday, July 27
The Mr. & Miss Texas Continental Pageant 


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Co-hosted by RuPaul’s Drag Race alums Alyssa Edwards and Shangela, this “Aztec Goddess”-themed pageant judges contestants in five categories (interview, swimsuit, talent, evening wear and onstage Q&A) and features performances by Joey Taylor, Brooke Lynn Hytes, Xavi Mathews, Sasha Andrews, Tommie Ross, Taryn Taylor and many more. $30-$50, 8pm Monday, Aztec Theatre, 201 E. Commerce, (210) 760-2196, facebook.com


Monday, July 27
Small World Weekly Jam Session 

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Led by drummer Kyle Keener and guitarist Polly Harrison, Small World places world features music from the Great American Songbook and bossa nova sung in the original Portuguese. Free, 7:30pm, Olmos Bharmacy, 3902 McCullough, (210) 822-1188

Monday, July 27
Wet Hot American Summer Quote-Along

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As part of their monthly film series at Alamo Drafthouse, CineSnob.net is celebrating the upcoming Netflix prequel series with a special Quote-Along screening of the 2001 cult classic comedy Wet Hot American Summer! $5, 7:30pm Monday, Alamo Drafthouse Park North, 618 NW Loop 410, (210) 677-8500, drafthouse.com

Tuesday, July 28
Rome, Open City 

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Part of TPR’s Cinema Tuesdays series, Rome, Open City contains one of the most famous shots in Italian cinema, but describing it would be a major spoiler. We’ll only say it made an international star of Anna Magnani, who plays an ordinary woman caught up in partisan resistance to the Nazis. Directed by Roberto Rossellini and co-written by Federico Fellini, it introduced postwar Italian cinema to the world and created talk of “neorealism,” shooting in the streets with non-professionals. It’s also a melodrama with stars, but its bombed-out locations give it a newsreel quality of 1945 Rome. $10-$15 (suggested donation), 7pm Tuesday, Santikos Bijou Cinema Bistro, 4522 Fredericksburg Rd., tpr.org

Tuesday, July 28
Anime at the Alamo 10 Year Hostiversary 

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Anime at the Alamo celebrates a decade of bringing free anime to San Antonio audiences with screenings of Kamen Rider Gaim (a tokusatsu adventure series set in a castle town inhabited by monsters and dance crews) and Steins;Gate (a sci-fi drama surrounding a microwave that facilitates time travel), plus a tokusatsu presentation by Mecha Gorilla and prizes up for grabs from IELLO Games, RikRic Otaku Cafe and Behold Studios. Free, 7pm Tuesday, Alamo Drafthouse Westlakes, 1255 S.W. Loop 410,  (210) 677-8500, drafthouse.com



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