Staff Picks: What To Do Thursday, December 10


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Town Hall Meeting: District 8 City Councilmember Ron Nirenberg is over low voter turnout, so he's teaming up with newly opened The Brass Tap for a town hall meeting on how to reenergize San Antonians and get voters to the polls. It's your civic duty, after all. Free, register at Eventbrite, 5-7pm, 17619 La Cantera Pkwy., #2, - Michael Marks, @michaelpmarks

The Third Condition: Join UTSA professor Antonio Petrov and his students at Brick at Blue Star Arts Complex for the second presentation of "The Third Condition," a proposed linear park that would run parallel to Broadway in an effort to balance "open and closed spaces, the natural and artificial, and the urban and non-urban. It includes a continuous public garden, walkways, plazas and a bike path connecting Basse Road. to Hildebrand." The conversational presentation comes complete with a cool scale model. Free, 6-10pm, 1414 S. Alamo St., Building 108), - Mark Reagan, @210Reagan

How To Drive a Woman Wild In Bed: The Sexology Institute of San Antonio hosts a necessary lesson for well, most people. Learn how to fully tap into female sexuality so you’ll be part of a rare breed of men (or women), and take tips from The Love Coaches, Luis and Janie on how to be an unselfish lover. $16.82 through Eventbrite, 7-8:30pm, Sexology Institute and Boutique, 727 S. Alamo St., -Travis Buffkin, @dtbuffkin

A Big Band Christmas: Easy peasy choice. Doc Watkins, a 16-piece orchestra and Christmas tunes, making you warm and bright (I don't know, go with it) inside the Pearl Stables. It's a no-brainer. Get a taste for what's to come when Watkins and co. make jazz great again at Jazz, TX in the Pearl. $27.37-$64.29 through Eventbrite, 7pm, 307 Pearl Pkwy. - Jessica Elizarraras, @JessElizarraras

It's a Wonderful Life: Was this movie everything America needed after WWII? We think so. Follow along as George Bailey finds out what life in Bedford Falls would be like if he'd never been born with the help of newbie angel Clarence. Our co-worker's never seen it, but society tells him it's a classic. Free, 7pm, 4522 Fredericksburg Road, (210) 734-4552, - Albert Salazar, @aesalazar80

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