5 Things You Have to Do This Week

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Monday, November 16
Out of Silence Abortion Stories

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Confronting the cacophony of polarizing political rhetoric surrounding abortion, Out of Silence asks the viewer to instead listen to the voices of women while exploring the situations, relationships, emotions and logistics that contextualize their decisions to seek abortion care. Presented by the Texas Freedom Network at Trinity University, this performance is part of the Week of Action for Illuminate RJ, an artivism campaign that seeks to bring stories surrounding abortion and reproductive justice to light. Free, 6:30pm-9:30pm, Mon., Coates University Center Fiesta Room, Trinity University, (210) 683-8212, facebook.com

Monday, November 16
Beyonce Sing-Along

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The Alamo Drafthouse Stone Oak is paying tribute to the queen tonight with a sing-along to her hits, old and new. There'll be inflatable microphones and rings for the single ladies. $12, 7:30pm, Mon., Alamo Drafthouse, 22806 US Hwy 281 N, (210) 677-8500, drafthouse.com

Monday, November 16
Time Bandits

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A young, lonely boy joins a group of dwarf pirates on a time traveling treasure hunting adventure while evil forces are in hot pursuit. This 1981 children's classic by Monty Python's Terry Gilliam is one of the best, forgotten children's films ever made. $12, 7:30pm, Mon., Alamo Drafthouse, 618 NW Loop 410, (210) 677-8500, drafthouse.com
Tuesday, November 17
Make Your Own Mole Workshop

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Learn the ins and outs of making Mole from scratch. Mole, a traditional Mexican dish that blends the foodways and traditions of indigenous Mexico and Spain, has become a popular sauce to serve turkey with during the Christmas and Thanksgiving holidays. Free parking is available in the Dolorosa Parking Lot, courtesy of the City of San Antonio's Downtown Tuesdays. Remember to RSVP. Free, 5:30pm, Tue., Casa Navarro State Historic Site, 228 S Laredo, (210) 226-4801, visitcasanavarro.com

Tuesday, November 17
Diana Krall

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Known for a long time as a jazz singer, Diana Krall rolls into San Antonio on a more pop, but still melancholy, setlist. Her latest release of pop-covers shows that she's a versatile artist who shouldn't stick to one genre. $59.50-$99.50, 7:30pm Tues., Majestic Theatre, 224 E. Houston, (210) 226-5700, majesticempire.com

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