2019 Great Falls restaurant week | Community
2019 Great Falls restaurant week | Community
GREAT FALLS- Restaurant week is in full swing in Great Falls! After chatting with those making it happen, there are many dishes you can try from Feb. 15 to the 23.
As it turns out, there’s a 10 seed district tournament happening right here at CMR, meaning people from all over will be in town looking to grab a bite to eat. The good news is that eight places are mixing up special dishes in honor of Restaurant Week.
Those include Clark and Lewie’s Pub & Grill, Celtic Cowboy, Rikki’s Bar Restaurant, Enbar, Sip’n Dip Lounge, Jah-T’aime, Teryiaki Madnes and Electric City Coffee House & Bistro.
Great Falls made $198,000,000 from tourism in 2018, and $50,000,000 of that was spent on food. This is exactly why Visit Great Falls has strategically placed Restaurant Week in between sporting events and back-to-back weekends, bringing in folks like the Monte’s from the Sweet Grass Hills Area to watch their grandson play.
“This is our favorite place. We’ve been staying here for years,” said the Monte family.
Whenever they’re not in Great Falls, you’ll find them enjoying prime rib here at Clark and Lewie’s, or maybe this year’s Restaurant Week dish, an ultimate bacon cheese burger.
“Hamburger infused with fresh bacon. We have a bacon sauce, we have a cottage bacon and a bacon aoli,” said Donald Johnson the Food and Beverage Manager over at Clark and Lewie’s.
Completely switching taste bud gears over to Indian cuisine, you’ll find yourself enjoying an Indian dish called chicken tikka masala at Electric City Coffee House and Bistro.
“We’ve always had great response to Indian food here. I feel like it’s very limited in Great Falls. What better week to offer it when we’re trying to eat our way through the city,” said Lindsay Rodgers, a manager over at Electric City Coffee House & Bistro.
Moving on to Rikki’s Bar and Restaurant, they’re whipping up tossed lobster lasagna.
“It gives our customers an opportunity to try something they may not get to try off of our menu,” said Kathy Kuntz, a manager over at Rikki’s Bar and Restaurant,
So if you’re still snowed in on this cold February day, the good news is you have all of next week to get out and experience something new.
SXSW 2019 Ultimate Guide to the Panels, Parties, Performances
Saturday, February 16, 2019 SXSW 2019 Ultimate Guide to the Panels, Parties, Performances
SXSW 2019 Ultimate Guide to the Panels, Popups and Parties277 of the most epic events featuring Seth Rogen, Anna Kendrick, Max Minghella, Elizabeth Moss, Shia LaBeouf, Dakota Johnson, Cameron & Tyler Winklevoss, Joe Lubin, Beastie Boys and more
The iconic tech arts music festival, South by Southwest (SXSW), is nearly upon us with a hundred thousand influencers about to descend upon the ten day bacchanal that takes place in Austin, March 8 through March 17.
It’s a star-studded spectacle unlike any other with thousands of events offered around the clock featuring tech visionaries to presidential hopefuls to celebrities and rock stars. This year’s line up features Mark Cuban, Henry Winkler, Beastie Boys, Neil Gaiman, Michael Pollan, Cameron and Tyler Winkelvoss, Joe Lubin, Tim Ferris, Susan Fowler, Chip Conley, George Hotz, Olivia Wilde, SNL Sasheer Zamata & Aidy Bryant, Gwyneth Paltrow, Brooklyn Decker, Priscilla Chan, Lance Bass, Ethan Hawke, David Byrne, Trevor Noah, Nile Rodgers, Dan Rather, Jake Tapper, Kara Swisher, Craig Newmark with possible appearances by Anna Kendrick, Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, Max Minghella, Elizabeth Moss, Fred Armisen, Elle Fanning, Shia LaBeouf, Dakota Johnson, Zac Efron,Elijah Wood, Beto O’Rourke, Will Forte, Jason Sudeikis, Nick Offerman, Nick Cave, Woody Harrelson, Malcolm Gladwell, Matthew McConaughey, Kevin Costner, Kathy Griffin, Meryl Streep, Charlize Theron, Rick Rubin and Snoop Dog.
If you’re new to SXSW, check out this podcast I did with industry veteran Brian Zisk who shared top tips for making this your best show ever. Advice includes: Picking up your badge the night before as registration is open late Skipping the lines with SXXpress passes via the SXSW GO app Building in extra time to get to venues with this handy map Bringing an umbrella, swimsuit and layers as weather varies widely Eating healthy and enjoying the free yoga, self-care and meditation classes Remembering SXSW is about seredipty and stamina, if you miss half of what you planned, it might open the door to epic celebrity encounters http://bit.ly/2trHLsu
Below are my top picks and I’ll be adding as more are announced. Follow me @contentnow for all of the shenanigans!
FRIDAY, MARCH 8
WHAT: POPUP-free breakfast, tacos, coffee WHEN: Friday, March 8, 7am-6pm WHERE: BUMBLE HIVE, Jo’s, 242 W 2nd DETAILS: http://www . bumble.com/sxsw Each morning free breakfast tacos, tips on putting your best face forward from our profile experts, and exciting programming.
WHAT: PANEL-Priscilla Chan WHEN: Friday, March 8, 11–12pm WHERE: TBD DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GRUMTU A former teacher and pediatrician, Priscilla Chan will describe how the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative aims to pair technologists with people on the frontlines—like scientists focusing on disease prevention, prosecutors working to make the criminal justice system more fair, and teachers struggling to meet the unique needs of every student.
WHAT: PANEL-Buzzfeed Jonah Peretti, Jill Abramson WHEN: Friday, March 8, 11–12pm WHERE: TBD DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tqBOw4 A conversation between Jonah Peretti, co-founder and CEO of BuzzFeed, and Jill Abramson, author of Merchants of Truth. Join them as they discuss building a media empire and the business of news today.
WHAT: PANEL-New Yorker Liza Donnelly WHEN: Friday, March 8, 11–12pm WHERE: JW Marriott, 110 E 2nd, 3rd Floor, Salon D DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GL0TJP A New Yorker editorial cartoonist and writer for decades, Liza will explore satire in the Age Of Trump and examine humor’s role in disrupting- now and in the past- and what can be learned from anger. Using her new form of digital storytelling, called visual journalism, she will explain what it is, and walk the audience through how the unique skills of a cartoonist can become useful tools for all. Throughout the talk she will draw digitally onstage, in real time and transmitting to screen, allowing for understanding of the power of the act of drawing and cartooning. Liza will exlore how creative innovativation can help us be more human; and globally change the world through humor.
WHAT: WORKSHOP-Mindful Self Care WHEN: Friday, March 8, 11–12pm WHERE: JW Marriott, 110 E 2nd, 2nd Floor, Room 201–202 DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tol607 Over a million people miss work daily due to burnout and unmitigated stress. Through facilitator-led conversation, group participation, and hands-on demonstrations, this session explores how mindfulness-based self-care can be an antidote to burnout. In this session, we’ll explore why “feeling stressed” differs from “being burned out.” Together, we’ll unpack the mental, physical, financial, health, personal, and professional impacts caused by burnout. This session also examines how our resistance to self-care is often enmeshed with our desire to rescue others before rescuing ourselves. Participants will learn how adopting easy-to-learn daily rituals for mindful self-care can shift mindsets, enhance moods, and create happy, healthy workplaces.
WHAT: PANEL-Kara Swisher, Arlan Hamilton, Olivia Wilde WHEN: Friday, March 8, 11am-5pm WHERE: VOX HOUSE, The Belmont, 305 W 6th DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GN2sqL Join The Verge, SB Nation, Eater, Polygon, Vox, Curbed, and Recode to see what your favorite podcast hosts actually look like, rediscover your passion for video games, experience the depth of emotion that comes from being a true sports fan, challenge your thinking through participation in unscripted conversations, sub networking for connecting, and eat your way through Austin and other cities.
WHAT: WORKSHOP-Make Your Own Hippie Fashion Dolls WHEN: Friday, March 8, 11–1pm WHERE: Westin, 310 E 5th, 3rd Floor, Continental 1 DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tqBihu Fashion Artist, Stephanie Jimenez Schiller will teach you the ins and outs of sketching your own Hippie inspired Paper Doll. From bell bottoms to flower crowns, the simple to follow Live Tutorials make it a breeze for all skill levels to sketch along. So put on your best hippie inspired outfit and get ready to sketch, design and learn how Fashion is intertwined with the era it shares space with.
WHAT: PANEL-Maria Shriver on Alzheimer’s WHEN: Friday, March 8, 12:30–1:30pm WHERE: TBD DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GKqFxO Maria Shriver hosts a candid conversation about women’s brain health and the mind-blowing implications for us all. Joining her are Dr. Farida Sohrabji, founder and director of the Women’s Health in Neuroscience Program at the Texas A&M College of Medicine and advocate for the inclusion of gender/sex differences in biomedical research, and actress Alexandra Socha, an Advocate with the Alzheimer’s Association. Hundreds of thousands of women are losing their minds to Alzheimer’s each year, and no one knows why. Of the minds that develop Alzheimer’s, 2/3rds of them belong to women. Women are at the center of this global health crisis, but they may also hold the key to unlocking a cure for everyone.
WHAT: PANEL-Reuters Nick Cohen, Hazel Baker WHEN: Friday, March 8, 12:30–1:30pm WHERE: JW Marriott, 110 E 2nd, 3rd Floor, Salon D DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tmjpQW A startlingly realistic new breed of AI-driven faked videos is starting to emerge, circulated by propagandists and other shadowy actors via social platforms. These videos appear to show news events, or public figures speaking, and seem to be published by legitimate news outlets. However, they are in fact highly sophisticated AI-driven video forgeries. This session explores what strategies and technologies news outlets and consumers should be adopting to defend themselves against this frightening new development.
WHAT: POPUP-Whiskey Tasting WHEN: Friday, March 8, 2, 3, 6pm WHERE: FORT WORTH HOUSE, Bungalow, 92 Rainey DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GNtmP5 Join the Head Distiller, Whiskey Scientist and Master Mixologist of Texas’ largest artisanal whiskey brand for a three-part course showcasing how their unique approach to environmental exploration, sensory science and flavor fusion is taking whiskey to new horizons. Experience and taste how their innovative methods are pushing boundaries and changing the status quo.
WHAT: PANEL-Recode Peter Kafka with Kevin Reilly WHEN: Friday, March 8, 2–3pm WHERE: TBD DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tq4AN2 Kevin Reilly is the legendary President of TBS & TNT, Chief Creative Officer Turner Entertainment and Warner Media Direct-to-Consumer. In addition to leading the top-rated TNT and TBS networks, Reilly was also recently appointed to oversee content strategy for the new WarnerMedia streaming service. Peter Kafka is the executive editor at Recode, the business and technology network from Vox Media; host of Recode Media, the weekly podcast dedicated to the future of media and technology; and co-executive producer of the Code Conference. He has been covering media and technology since 1997, when he joined the staff of Forbes magazine. Together they’ll be looking at the future of television, and whether Prime Time will ever really go away.
WHAT: PANEL-Etsy, Barneys, Poshmark WHEN: Friday, March 8, 3:30–4:30pm WHERE: Four Seasons, 98 San Jacinto, Ground Floor, Ballroom AB DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GNA1Jc Join industry experts for an inside look at how online marketplaces have allowed entrepreneurs to find success on their own terms, regardless of gender, age, or education. Barneys set the standard for highlighting independent designers in the ’80s, and in today’s world of e-commerce, new leaders like Etsy and Poshmark are propelling the next generation of creative entrepreneurs, and especially women. Hear Barneys Creative Ambassador Simon Doonan, Etsy’s Trend Expert Dayna Isom Johnson, Designer Reuben Reuel of DEMESTIK, and Poshmark’s Tracy Sun speak to how these marketplaces are far ahead of curve on creating a successful platform for diverse entrepreneurs.
WHAT: PANEL-George Hotz WHEN: Friday, March 8, 3:30–4:30pm WHERE: TBD DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnpDzW We are in a simulation. Has it occurred to you that means God is real? By drawing parallels to worlds we have created, we ask, from inside our simulator, what actions do we have available? Can we get out?
WHAT: POPUP-Intelligent future panel with basketball, design jeans WHEN: Friday, March 8, 3:30–4:30pm WHERE: SAP HOUSE, Cafe Blue, 340 E 2nd at Trinity DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GNtnm7 What is human? What is the future? Only the rest of our lives. When we look at it from that angle, we start to ask some tough questions. How do we want it to be? Who decides? Why is it always “Man vs Machine”? Can we work with technology instead of fearing it? Yes, we can. Science fiction is fast becoming science fact as mankind achieves seemingly superhuman feats like industrializing space and controlling machines with a thought. Amidst this era of startling change, one lesson becomes clear. Stability is no longer the byword for success. What drives innovation is its opposite, the evolution of man and machine in tandem.
WHAT: WORKSHOP-Yoga for the Wounded Heart WHEN: Friday, March 8, 3:30–5pm WHERE: Westin, 310 E 5, 2nd Floor, Paramount 1 DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2trLJRM Join philosopher, seasoned yoga instructor, and award-winning author Tatiana Forero Puerta in this two-hour workshop based on her book, Yoga for the Wounded Heart. Emotional wounds can profoundly affect our daily lives, as well as our ability to forge connections with others and experience genuine freedom. This workshop will utilize movement, lecture, group work, and concentration techniques to explore the theory and practical application of yogic tools that have the power to heal hearts.
WHAT: PARTY-Startup Crawl WHEN: Friday, March 8, 4–8pm WHERE: Capitol Factory, 700 San Jacinto DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GNtnT9 Tour the latest and greatest of Austin’s startup community. You’ll take the shuttle from stop to stop for a free beverage, to drop off a resume, see office space or explore Austin’s startup scene.
WHAT: PANEL-Cameron & Tyler Winkevoss WHEN: Friday, March 8, 5–6pm WHERE: TBD DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnK2oF Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss believe the cryptocurrency revolution has the potential to re-architect trade, the financial system, the Internet, and the future of money as we know it. But they also know it won’t be easy and will require a thoughtful, rules-based approach. A lot has changed since Cameron and Tyler first got involved with bitcoin in 2012 and Gemini cryptocurrency exchange they launched in 2015. In this session they will discuss what’s on the horizon for Gemini and the crypto industry in 2019, and why they believe the current ‘crypto winter’ will be a time of lasting innovation.
WHAT: PANEL-Presidential candidate Andrew Yang WHEN: Friday, March 8, 5–6pm WHERE: Hilton, 500 E 4, 4th Floor, Salon A DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GLHybn Today, dignity and value are so tied to our work that it’s hard to imagine a world where that isn’t true. However, as automation makes more human labor obsolete, we need to think differently. Is Universal Basic Income the solution? Join Andrew Yang for a rational discussion on the future of work, the merits of UBI, and why we need to shift to a human-centered form of capitalism.
WHAT: PANEL-Fandango, Rotten Tomatoes, The Guardian, RogerEbert.com preview SXSW Film Festival WHEN: Friday, March 8, 5–6pm WHERE: Austin Convention Center, L4 Room 16AB DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tovLYJ Get insider tips, strategies and advice you can use to maximize your time at the SXSW Film Fest and a sneak preview of SXSW’s most anticipated screenings, conference sessions and movie-related happenings. Critics will share insider news about surprise screenings that are off the radar of the general public.
WHAT: PANEL-New York Times Sam Dolnick with Ken Druckerman WHEN: Friday, March 8, 5–6pm WHERE: TBD DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GNto9F “The Weekly,” coming soon to FX and Hulu, brings The New York Times to the screen for the first time, allowing viewers to see the world through 1,550 journalists. 160 countries. 2,500 stories a week. Learn more about the new series from Sam Dolnick, assistant managing editor at The New York Times, Ken Druckerman, executive producer of “The Weekly” and the co-founder and co-president of LEFT/RIGHT.
WHAT: PODCAST-Maria Shriver WHEN: Friday, March 8, 5–6pm WHERE: JW Marriott, 110 E 2nd, L2 Brazos Room DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2toRKi2 Maria Shriver shares insights into love, pain, forgiveness, gratitude, family, faith, connection, loneliness, and the art of self-reinvention to inspire meaningful conversations.
WHAT: PANEL-Color Factory, Burning Man, Brooklyn Museum WHEN: Friday, March 8, 5–6pm WHERE: Austin Convention Center, L4 Ballroom G DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GNumTo Pop-Ups are the fastest growing segment in the consumer space to test innovative concepts and products with an experience driven generation, playing an integral part in connecting people to brands through unique hands on environments. Pop-Up Museums are drawing hundreds of thousands of fans to their attractions annually by marrying music, art, VR and more. Explore creating an emotional journey in 12 rooms or less, elements of designing a successful experience with space, location, and content, and marketing tactics to draw attendees and incorporate brand partners.
WHAT: PANEL-Quartz Tim Fernholz – How Sci-Fi Influences Tech WHEN: Friday, March 8, 5–6pm WHERE: Hilton, 500 E 4th, Salon F DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2trI1HP What does it mean when many of the richest and most powerful people on the planet—like Elon Musk, Larry Page, and Jeff Bezos—think how they think and do what they do in large part because of the science fiction they read and watched when they were 12? What were the key sci-fi authors and ideas that most inspired them, and continue to influence them and Silicon Valley more broadly? Is that influence ultimately a good thing or a bad thing? And what can we all learn about innovation from science fiction? Join bestselling sci-fi authors Malka Older (“Infomocracy”) and Eliot Peper (“Bandwidth”) along with journalist Tim Fernholz (“Rocket Billionaires: Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, and the New Space Race”) as they examine the tech industry’s long-running relationship with fictional futures.
WHAT: FILM-The Inventor: Out For Blood In Silicon Valley WHEN: Wednesday, March 13, 5–6:58pm WHERE: Astin Convention Center, Atom Theater DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GNBa3B In 2004, Elizabeth Holmes dropped out of Stanford to start a company that was going to revolutionize healthcare. In 2014, Theranos was valued at $9 billion, making Holmes, who was touted as “the next Steve Jobs,” the youngest self-made female billionaire in the world. Just two years later, Theranos was cited as a “massive fraud” by the SEC, and its value was less than zero. Director Alex Gibney tells a Silicon Valley tale that was too good to be true. With all the drama of a real-life heist film, The Inventor examines how this could have happened and who is responsible, while exploring the psychology of deception.
WHAT: PARTY-Smart Home VIP Cocktail Party WHEN: Friday, March 8, 5–8pm WHERE: Yonomi Austin HQ, 720 Brazos, 8FL, Suite 810 DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2trI1aN Drinks, hors d’oeuvres and discussion of trends shaping the smart home industry in 2019 and beyond.
WHAT: FILM-The Wall Of Mexico WHEN: Friday, March 8, 5:30–7:20pm WHERE: Stateside Theatre, 719 Congress DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GMVphJ Don, a young handyman, is hired by the Aristas, a wealthy Mexican-American family with two outrageously decadent daughters. The source of the Aristas’ wealth is a mystery to Don. Living in nearby Winfield, he soon learns tensions are high between the Aristas and the poor white townspeople, and that this has something to do with the Aristas’ well, which Don is asked to guard at night. People are superstitious about the well. Don learns the Aristas are selling wellwater at alarming prices. Don becomes infatuated with the younger daughter, Tania. As the water level drops, possibly from theft, the situation comes to a boil, and the Aristas decide to build a massive wall.
WHAT: PARTY-Carver Museum Opening Night WHEN: Friday, March 8, 6–10pm WHERE: Carver Museum, 1165 Angelina DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnK2VH DJ Kay Cali will provide the soundtrack for the evening with just the right mix to get your evening started right. Appetizers and beverages.
WHAT: FILM-The Infiltrators WHEN: Friday, March 8, 6:15–7:45pm WHERE: Alamo Lamar D, 1120 S Lamar DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GNtk9V A young Mexican man walks into a Border Patrol station in Florida. He seems disoriented and he admits that he recently crossed the border illegally. The stunned Border Patrol agent handcuffs the man and sends him to a detention center for immigrants facing deportation. However, once behind bars, we learn a few things about the young man. His name is Marco and he’s looking for someone…another detainee…and Marco has a plan…The Infiltrators is a suspenseful telling of an incredible true story, a little-known chapter in American activism, and a rare insider experience of a for-profit immigrant detention center—an institution that is rapidly expanding across the American landscape.
WHAT: FILM-Us (Jordan Peele) WHEN: Friday, March 8, 6:30–8:30pm WHERE: Paramount, 713 Congress DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tpBRrR Us, from Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Jordan Peele (Get Out), stars Oscar® winner Lupita Nyong’o as Adelaide Wilson, a woman returning to her beachside childhood home with her husband (Winston Duke), and their children for a summer getaway. Haunted by an unexplainable trauma from her past and compounded by a string of eerie coincidences, Adelaide grows increasingly certain that something bad is going to befall her family. After a day with friends (Elisabeth Moss, Tim Heidecker), the Wilsons return to their vacation home to discover the silhouettes of four figures standing in their driveway. Us pits an ordinary American family against a terrifying opponent: doppelgängers of themselves.
WHAT: FILM-Romantic Comedy WHEN: Friday, March 8, 6:45–8:03pm WHERE: Alamo Lamar E, 1120 S Lamar DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GMW6HH Romantic Comedy is a documentary that goes beneath the surface of our favourite films, seeking to better understand the way we view love, relationships and romance. From It Happened One Night to Runaway Bride, from clumsy meet cutes to rain-soaked declarations of love, these films reflect our experiences but are often just as problematic as they are comforting. They’re hugely successful and deeply loved by many, but—being frequently dismissed as guilty pleasures—they have often avoided critical analysis. Helped by a chorus of critics, actors and filmmakers, and original songs by her band Summer Camp, director Elizabeth Sankey embarks on a journey of investigation and self-discovery.
WHAT: CONCERT -TBD WHEN: Friday, March 8, 8–11pm WHERE: BUMBLEHIVE, Jo’s, 242 W 2nd DETAILS: http://www . bumble.com/sxsw
WHEN: Friday, March 8, 8:15–10:03pm WHERE: Austin Convention Center, Atom’s Theater DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tol6NF Caught among toxic masculinity, a sequin dress and a teenage crush, a teen skater, growing up in rural Texas, will have sex for the first time in the back of their dad’s truck. I am Mackenzie is a short coming of age drama about adolescence and the feeling of not belonging; the feeling of being an alien to your home, your peers, your body, your gender. It is a story about rushing towards love, and making mistakes; a story about finding the courage to look honestly at yourself.
WHAT: FILM-The Hottest August WHEN: Friday, March 8, 8:45–10:19pm WHERE: Alamo Lamar A, 1120 S Lamar DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GRUNaq A complex portrait of a city and its inhabitants, The Hottest August gives us a window into the collective consciousness of the present. The film’s point of departure is one city over one month: New York City and its outer boroughs during August 2017. It’s a month heavy with the tension of a new President, growing anxiety over everything from rising rents to marching white nationalists, and unrelenting news of either wildfires or hurricanes on every coast. The film pivots on the question of futurity: what does the future look like from where we are standing? And what if we are not all standing in the same place? The Hottest August offers a mirror onto a society on the verge of catastrophe.
WHAT: FILM-Mr. Jimmy WHEN: Friday, March 8, 8–10:50pm WHERE: Alamo Lamar B, 1120 S Lamar DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2trKm5L In snowbound Tokamachi, Japan, teenaged Akio Sakurai took refuge in his room, escaping to another world with a pair of headphones and a pile of Led Zeppelin records. Moving to Tokyo, Akio worked as a kimono salesman by day, but by night became “Mr. Jimmy,” adopting the guitar chops and persona of Jimmy Page. For 35 years, Akio recreated vintage Zeppelin concerts note-for-note in small Tokyo clubs, until the “real” Jimmy Page stopped by one night, and Akio’s life changed forever. Inspired by Mr. Page’s ovation, Akio quits his “salary man” job, leaving behind his family to move to Los Angeles and join “Led Zepagain.” Soon cultures clash, and Akio’s idyllic vision of America meets with reality.
WHAT: FILM-X & Y WHEN: Friday, March 8, 9–10:52pm WHERE: Alamo Ritz 2, 320 E 6 DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GKFKiZ Swedish director and visual artist, Anna Odell (The Reunion), conducts a social experiment in which she aims to challenge the gender roles that men and women have in the society of today. In a purpose-build warehouse set she confronts herself with the Swedish actor and masculine icon Mikael Persbrandt, and invites seven other top Scandinavian actors to live with them and act as alter egos of herself and Mikael. The group embarks on a game without rules, which leads to real conflicts and funny, absurd and emotional situations since Trine Dyrholm, Jens Albinus, Vera Vitali, Shanti Roney, Sofie Gråbøl and Thure Lindhardt for many weeks will have to “stay in their roles” at all times.
WHAT: FILM-Yes, God, Yes WHEN: Friday, March 8, 9–10:17pm WHERE: Stateside Theatre, 719 Congress DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tol6gD In the Midwest in the early 00s, sixteen-year-old Alice has always been a good Catholic girl. But when an AOL chat turns racy, she discovers masturbation and becomes guilt-ridden. Seeking redemption, she attends a mysterious religious retreat to try and suppress her urges, but it isn’t easy, especially after a cute boy starts flirting with her. Alice’s sense of shame is spiraling when she uncovers a shocking truth about the retreat’s most devout. Desperate and confused, she flees and meets an unlikely ally who offers an alternative view of what it means to be good. For the first time, Alice realizes she can decide for herself what to believe and finally gets the release she needs.
WHAT: FILM-Greener Grass WHEN: Friday, March 8, 9:15–10:56pm WHERE: Alamo Lamar D, 1120 S Lamar DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GOMw79 A deliciously twisted comedy set in a demented, timeless suburbia where every adult wears braces on their straight teeth, couples coordinate meticulously pressed outfits, and coveted family members are swapped in more ways than one in this competition for acceptance.
WHAT: FILM-Sword of Trust WHEN: Friday, March 8, 9:15–10:43pm WHERE: Zach Theatre, 202 S Lamar DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tqDG7N When Cynthia & Mary (Jillian Bell & Michaela Watkins) show up to collect Cynthia’s inheritance from her deceased grandfather, the only item she’s received is an antique sword that was believed by her grandfather to be proof that the South won the Civil War. The two attempt to unload the object to a curmudgeonly pawnshop owner (Marc Maron) & his man-child sidekick Nathaniel (Jon Bass). When Mel and Nathaniel discover there’s a black market for the relic, the two pairs reluctantly join forces to sell this rarefied ‘prover item’ to the highest bidder. The adventure that ensues takes the four of them on a wild journey into the depths of conspiracy theory and and Southern disillusionment.
WHAT: FILM-What We Do In The Shadows* WHEN: Friday, March 8, 9:15–10:43pm WHERE: Paramount Theatre, 713 Congress DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GLKdC6 Set in Staten Island, “What We Do in the Shadows” follows four vampires who have been roommates for hundreds and hundreds of years. The screening will be followed by an extended Q&A with select cast and crew.
WHAT: FILM-Body at Brighton Rock WHEN: Friday, March 8, 11:30–12:57am WHERE: Alamo Ritz 1, 320 E 6 DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2toXEQf Wendy, a part-time summer employee at a mountainous state park, takes on a rough trail assignment at the end of the season, trying to prove to her friends that she’s capable enough to do the job. When she takes a wrong turn and ends up deep in the backcountry, she stumbles upon what might be a potential crime scene. Stuck with no communication after losing her radio and with orders to guard the site, Wendy must fight the urge to run and do the harder job of staying put—spending the night deep in the wilderness, facing down her worst fears and proving to everyone—including herself—that she’s made of stronger stuff than they think she is.
WHAT: FILM-Boyz In The Wood WHEN: Friday, March 8, 11:55–1:22am WHERE: Stateside Theatre, 719 Congress DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GJEpce Set deep in the Scottish Highlands, Boyz In The Wood is an anarchic cocktail of generational politics, hip-hop loving farmers, and hallucinogenic rabbit shites.
SATURDAY, MARCH 9
WHAT: POPUP-free breakfast, tacos, coffee WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 7am-6pm WHERE: BUMBLE HIVE, Jo’s, 242 W 2nd DETAILS: http://www . bumble.com/sxsw Each morning free breakfast tacos, tips on putting your best face forward from our profile experts, and exciting programming.
WHAT: PANEL-Starbucks Howard Schultz WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 9:30–10:30am WHERE: TBD DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tpBRIn Howard Schultz, Starbucks founder, grew up in the public housing projects of Brooklyn. His only inheritance washis mother’s belief that he could create a better life for myself. He became the first in his family to go to college, and went on to live the American Dream.
WHAT: PANEL-Guy Kawasaki WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 9:30–10:30am WHERE: Austin Convention Center, 3rd Floor, Room 9ABC DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GNtoqb Guy Kawasaki will be sharing insights from his latest book, WISE GUY, his life story and lessons on humility, values, finding the balance between living well and living responsibly, and how to launch and run a great business.
WHAT: PANEL-Foursquare Dennis Crowley WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 9:30–10:30am WHERE: TBD DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tq4B3y Ten years ago, Dennis Crowley launched Foursquare at SXSW, blowing the lid off the tech scene with the “check in.” Much has changed since then. These days we all share our location in ways that are clear (Instagram tagging, Snap maps) and others that are less obvious, with location collection in the background of our apps and phones. What does this mean for the future? For our personal privacy? What can we do with all the location data and the tech that powers its collection?
WHAT: PANEL Future of Sports Season Tickets WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 9:30–10:30am WHERE: JW Marriott, 110 E 2, 4th Floor, Salon 3 DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GRUL2i The season ticket market is valued at 10 billion annually and growing nationwide. When compared to daily fantasy, valued at 7 billion, and esports valued at less than a billion, why is the season ticket thought to be “dead”? Season tickets allow teams to build new stadiums, secure media rights, drive sponsorship revenue and seen as a benchmark for business performance by owners and leagues executives alike. This session will bring together thought leaders from teams in the NFL, NBA, MLS as well as startups providing technology to the season ticket market to unpack the narrative that season tickets are dead. Speakers will provide data and use cases to illustrate why the season ticket is alive and well with fans and what smart teams are doing to address this underserved revenue channel.
WHAT: WORKSHOP-Yoga WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 9:30–10:30am WHERE: Fairmont, 101 Red River, 4th Floor, Wisteria Room DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tpBSMr Drums and other ancient music instruments looped LiVE during your yoga session.
WHAT: POPUP-festival tickets giveaway WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 10–6:30pm WHERE: BOSE HOUSE, Half Step, 75 Rainey DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GMW9mR The #BoseFrames pop-up has been touring the U.S. and has finally landed in Austin. Come check out our debut sunglasses collection with built-in Bose speakers for an immersive audio experience unlike any other. Feeling Lucky? Stop by to enter the #BoseFramesSweeps for a chance to win tickets to a music festival of your choice.
WHAT: POPUP-free lunch, tacos, hip hop happy hour WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 10–6pm WHERE: FORT WORTH HOUSE,Bungalow, 92 Rainey DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tr1Vmw Hang out with the musicians, culinary artists, filmmakers and innovators who call Fort Worth home. Experience the future of air travel. Ride with Mayor Betsy Price and meet Chef Tim Love. Hip Hop Happy Hour with Lou Charles. Music from DJ Sober, Danni & Kris, Abraham Alexander, DJ Jason Fairies of Neon Indian and more. Hourly whiskey mixology. Film and travel meet-ups. Hot salsa challenges. Free taco lunch Saturday. Closing night queso party with Quaker City Night Hawks! Presented by Visit Fort Worth.
WHAT: POPUP-cosmetic makeovers WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 10–8pm WHERE: REALSELF HOUSE,84 Rainey DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GIqCCN Part spa, part gallery, part boutique focused on removing the mystery from cosmetic treatments and procedures so that women can make smart, confident decisions about their beauty needs.
WHAT: PANEL-Mark Cuban, Peter Kafka WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 11am-5pm WHERE: VOX HOUSE, The Belmont, 305 W 6th DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GN2sqL Recode Media Live hosted by Peter Kafka, Executive Editor of Recode, featuring serial entrepreneur and investor, Mark Cuban.
WHAT: PANEL-Vox Jim Bankoff with Soledad O’Brien WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 11–12pm WHERE: TBD DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnpEnu Vox Media’s Chairman & CEO Jim Bankoff sits down with CBS’ Soledad O’Brien for a conversation on what’s next for media and entertainment.
WHAT: PANEL-LA Times Norman Pearlstine WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 11–12pm WHERE: JW Marriott, 110 E 2, 3rd Floor, Salon D DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GRUNqW Why women aren’t adequately represented in newsroom leadership from a male perspective.
WHAT: PANEL-Planetarium Afterhours: Do It In A Dome WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 11–12pm WHERE: Austin Convention Center, L4 Ballroom G DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tol8oL By day, they’re known for their stunning views of the universe. By night, they transform into unique, intimate, and immersive spaces that blend art, music, and technology in unexpected ways. In Boston, and around the world, modern digital domes are inviting artists and innovators into their spaces to envision new possibilities and create powerful shared experiences that are unmatched by traditional stage venues. This panel, consisting of producers, artists, and leaders working in the Planetarium industry, will share concepts and processes from past events and discuss how these incredible venues can push creatives from all realms to think about their work in new ways, resulting in transcendental experiences for audiences and transforming perceptions of what a modern Planetarium can be.
WHAT: FILM-Autonomy (Malcolm Gladwell) WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 11–12:20pm WHERE: Austin Convention Center, Atom Theatre DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GREPxn Celebrated journalist and author Malcolm Gladwell leads the first comprehensive documentary look at self-driving cars in Autonomy. The film is a cinematic exploration of the world of automated vehicles—from their technical history to the personal narratives of those affected by them to the many unanswered questions about how this technology will affect modern society. Autonomy features interviews with industry pioneers and scenes with cutting-edge “AVs” in action around the world. Inspired by a special issue of Car and Driver, Autonomy reinforces the context of where the “car” meets the coming revolution in mobility, presenting an essential primer on the subject and how it will affect you.
WHAT: FILM-Mickey and the Bear WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 11–12:27pm WHERE: Stateside Theatre, 719 Congress DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2trLLsS It’s April in Anaconda, Montana, and headstrong teenager Mickey Peck (Camila Morrone) is doing what she can to keep her single, veteran father (James Badge Dale) afloat, navigating his mercurial moods, opioid addiction, and grief over the loss of his wife. Secretly, Mickey fantasizes of going to college on the west coast and finally living life on her own terms. When Hank’s controlling, jealous behavior turns destructive, Mickey must decide between familial obligation and personal fulfillment as she puts everything on the line to claim her own independence.
WHAT: MENTOR-David Allan, CNN WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 11–12:46pm WHERE: JW Marriott, 110 E 2, 4th Floor, Salon 8 DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GJErRo
WHAT: FILM-Come As You Are* WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 11–12:46pm WHERE: Alamo Lamar D, 1120 S Lamar DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tsUTNO Inspired by a true story—three young men with disabilities (Grant Rosenmeyer, Hayden Szeto, Ravi Patel) flee their overbearing parents for a road trip to a brothel in Montreal that caters to people with special needs, in order to lose their virginity and embrace their independence. Gabourey Sidibe stars as their nurse driver, Janeane Garofalo and C.S. Lee also star as concerned parents hot on their trail. A remake of the award winning, critically acclaimed 2011 Belgian film HASTA LA VISTA.
WHAT: WORKSHOP-free yoga, self-care, meditation WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 11–6pm WHERE: WELLNESS EXPO, Palmer Center, 900 Barton Springs, Hall 1-2 DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GN2qz9
WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 11:30am–1:04pm WHERE: Paramount Theatre, 713 Congress DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tsAeK6 This behind-the-scenes documentary follows Beto O’Rourke’s rise from virtual unknown to national political sensation through his bold attempt to unseat Ted Cruz in the US Senate. Embedded with Beto for the final twelve months of his campaign, the film follows his journey in real time through intimate access to Beto, his family, and a team of political newcomers who champion a new way of getting to know a candidate—one Texas county at a time. The film reveals the challenges and triumphs of an unconventional campaign as Beto navigates an onslaught of negative advertising, inevitable strain on his family, and the pressure of delivering for legions of supporters.
WHAT: FILM-Shorts Program I WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 11:45am–1:27pm WHERE: Alamo Lamar E, 1120 S Lamar DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GREN8J Little Grey Bubbles Kim and Marlon were best friends, despite the fact they’d never actually met. The unlikely pair, her a young woman thriving in New York City and him an older married man in a small town in Canada, communicated exclusively online. Just before he died, he sent her a message that said he had something really important to tell her. He never got the chance. In an effort to find out what it was, and to get a deeper sense of the friend she lost, she travels to his small-town home to attend his funeral. May When Randolph is approached in the park by a middle-aged white woman who introduces herself as Genevieve, he realizes she’s the person he’s been waiting for. After some small talk, Randolph instructs Genevieve to act like they know each other before leading her across the park and into a parking garage elevator to sell her some weed. Struck by the interaction and Randolph’s confident demeanor, Genevieve invites him to smoke with her. On Genevieve’s back patio, they share a blunt and slowly begin to open up to each other, realizing they are now connected in more ways than one. Nice Talking to You Two strangers—both hearing persons—form an instant connection at an American Sign Language (ASL) event, talking exclusively in ASL. They spend the night together, strolling through NYC, enjoying a newfound attraction without a spoken word uttered between them. But, part way through, they both realize that they’re each hearing persons. Out of convenience, they shift to verbal communication, and, as they do, they quickly lose their romantic spark. Virgins4Lyfe It’s the last night of Astrid’s (14) and Issi’s (14) holiday by the beach. The mission is clear, especially for Issi: to find a guy and hopefully lose her virginity before the holidays are over. This is their last chance. During the evening they meet Samuel and Rashid, who take the girls to a bar. But the friendship between the girls are put to the test when Astrid and Samuel hits it off, and Astrid seems to get what Issi was chasing so desperately.
WHAT: FILM-Jezebel WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 12pm–1:28pm WHERE: Alamo Lamar C, 1120 S Lamar DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tqBiOw In the last days of her mother’s life, 19 year old Tiffany crashes with five family members in a Las Vegas studio apartment. In order to make ends meet, her older sister, a phone sex operator, introduces her to the world of internet fetish cam girls. Tiffany becomes popular as the only “live black model” at the new adult site and soon becomes too close to one of her frequent callers. Dynamics shift in the sister relationship as each woman explores and exploits their sexuality, using their created fantasy worlds as an escape from the realities of their challenging real life circumstances. This bizarre coming of age story depicts sisterhood in a most unusual way.
WHAT: FILM-Pink Wall WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 12pm–1:25pm WHERE: 800 Congress DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GKqG4Q Six scenes. Six years. Six moments that shaped the relationship of Jenna and Leon. Pink Wall examines what defines us, the pressures of gender expectations, and our perpetual struggle between life and ambition.
WHAT: WELLNESS EXPO-Reshaping Body Image WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 12pm–1:30pm WHERE: Palmer Events Center, 900 Barton Springs, Wellness Circles DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tyIrwp Our body can bring us pleasure and wisdom, yet for so many the body is a never ending improvement project. Body image can shape our identity if we solely focus on how we are seen by others in our daily interactions and on social media. Getting away from screens and listening to the body’s inner workings is a vital pursuit. Through creative and somatic exercises, this circle will guide you and connect you.
WHAT: EVENT-SXSW Innovation Awards Showcase WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 12pm–6pm WHERE: Austin Convention Center, Hall 1 DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GKfRQa 65 finalists across all 13 competition categories will be on hand to demo their innovative projects for SXSW attendees, who will have the chance to vote for their choice to win the People’s Choice Award.
WHAT: POPUP-Free Waygu, J-Pop, Pachinko WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 12pm–10pm WHERE: JAPAN HOUSE, 800 Congress DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2toXFUj Immerse yourself in all things Japan! From singing Karaoke-style, watching Japanese parade floats to participating in traditional dance; Try a hand at the Pachinko machine and play games, games, games! Schmooze with authentic Buddhist priests to gaming geeks. Listen to Japanese court music, Japanese ballads and J-Pop! Enjoy the beauty of Japanese woodblock prints and read poetic haikus. Eat and drink to your heart’s delight—sushi, wagyu beef, ramen, rice wine, and more! From traditional to pop to high tech, your experience will be a mind-boggling variety!
WHAT: PANEL-New York Times, Axios, CNN, Buzzfeed WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 12:30–1:30pm WHERE: JW Marriott, 110 E 2, 3FL, Salon D DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GNtkGX As the industry continues to change rapidly, media companies are experimenting with new distribution and business models, including producing premium programming, developing unique and far-reaching content sharing strategies, and establishing membership programs, subscription models, and paywalls. As the “Pivot to Video” and over-reliance on platforms is left behind, what’s next for digital media and monetization? Hear from leaders at BuzzFeed News, The New York Times, and CNN as they discuss how they’re managing to thrive in this crowded media environment in this session moderated by Axios media reporter Sara Fischer.
WHAT: PANEL-Ike Barinholtz, Amber Heard, Padma Lakshmi WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 12:30–1:30pm WHERE: TBD DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2toXGrl Pop culture is a powerful mechanism to make social activism cool and accessible. Actors, comedians, musicians, athletes and other entertainers and influencers use their platform and visibility to bring attention to important issues, and fans and consumers increasingly expect their favorite artists to speak out against oppression and injustice. As pop culture’s success in shifting public sentiment rapidly grows and becomes more powerful, how do celebrities craft their strategies and tactics in pushing for social change? How do artists decide when and how to get involved with organizations and issues and what does that process look like? What does a successful relationship look like? How do they convince people to care about the issues they hold so dear and encourage more people to use their platforms for good?
WHAT: PANEL-Daily Show Trevor Noah, CNN Jake Tapper WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 12:30–1:30pm WHERE: TBD DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GNqAJC CNN Anchor & Chief Washington Correspondent Jake Tapper sits down with Daily Show host Trevor Noah and correspondents Ronny Chieng, Michael Kosta, Desi Lydic, Dulcé Sloan, Roy Wood Jr. and Jaboukie Young-White to panel harder than anyone has ever paneled before. They’ll discuss how today’s fast-paced media cycle has changed (and keeps changing!) the late-night comedy landscape. The Daily Show team will offer an inside look at how they tackle politics, race and social issues on the show. And they’ll also dive into how both their digital team and Emmy Award-winning series “Between the Scenes” lend a fresh perspective to the larger conversation that happens with their audience.
WHAT: EVENT-Female Founder Meetup WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 12:30–1:30pm WHERE: Fairmont, 101 Red River, Wisteria DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnpI6I A networking event to meet likeminded entrepreneurs, share successes + setbacks, and encourage collaboration. Hosted by an attorney for female founders will share insights on how to grow their businesses.
WHAT: PANEL-Rent the Runway, West Elm WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 12:30–1:30pm WHERE: Four Seasons, 98 San Jacinto, Ground Floor, Ballroom AB DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GNoZna Can we live a “fully rented life” in today’s sharing economy? Is it more environmentally, economically and emotionally empowering to live a life where our clothes, homes, cars, music, entertainment, bikes, and more are rented? Can we simplify our daily lives while being more selective about what we choose to own? Two industry leaders, Rent the Runway and West Elm, explore how to influence consumer behavior and shape the future of what it means to participate in today’s sharing economy.
WHAT: MENTOR-Nadav Aharony, Uber WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 12:30–1:30pm WHERE: JW Marriott, 110 E 2, 4th Floor, Salon 8 DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2toXHvp
WHAT: PANEL-Sundance Insitute, Tribeca Film Institute, ITVS WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 12:30–1:30pm WHERE: Stephen F Austin, 701 Congress, Ballroom B DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GNulii Round Table Sessions allow attendees to learn from the industry experts that sit at each of the three tables in this session and from their peers as well. This session will be on funding and artist support.
WHAT: WORKSHOP-Screenwriting with WGN PURE WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 12:30–2:30pm WHERE: Austin Convention Center, L3 Room 8ABC DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2toXI2r Join Michael Amo (Creator, Writer and Executive Producer) and David MacLeod (Executive Producer) of WGN America’s PURE for an inside look at the unique ways to develop a script into a series in this ever-changing television landscape. From creating a riveting storyline, to casting and production, to the various network and streaming distribution options, Michael and David detail their road from script-to screen with their latest project, PURE—the Mennonite drug-trafficking crime drama.
WHAT: POPUP-Whiskey Tasting WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 1:30–4:30pm WHERE: FORT WORTH HOUSE, Bungalow, 92 Rainey DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GKFNeF Join the Head Distiller, Whiskey Scientist and Master Mixologist of Texas’ largest artisanal whiskey brand for a three-part course showcasing how their unique approach to environmental exploration, sensory science and flavor fusion is taking whiskey to new horizons. Experience and taste how their innovative methods are pushing boundaries and changing the status quo.
WHAT: FILM-Breakthrough (Woody Harrelson) WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 1:45–3:15pm WHERE: Austin Convention Center, Atom Theater DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnpJaM Breakthrough tells the astonishing story of a renegade scientist’s visionary quest to find a cure for cancer, the disease that killed his mother. Today, Texan Jim Allison is a 2018 Nobel Prize winner for discovering how to prompt a cancer patient’s own immune system into defeating their disease, but for decades he waged an often-lonely struggle against the painful skepticism of the medical establishment. Narrated by Woody Harrelson, and featuring music by Willie Nelson, Mickey Raphael, and a powerful score by Mark Orton, Breakthrough tells Jim’s story in a way that is inspiring, informative and highly entertaining.
WHAT: WELLNESS EXPO-Yoga With Adrienne WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 2–3pm WHERE: Palmer Events Center, 900 Barton Springs, Wellness Circles DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GIqALb From high-profile philanthropic initiatives to offering a platform that drives human connection, to building a brand centered on advancing health and wellness, this panel of female entrepreneurs and executives—who are in the business of making people feel good—will delve deeper into what, why, and how creating positive, feel-good initiatives within a for-profit business model not only increases your bottom line but yields long-lasting results for employees, consumers, and shareholders.
WHAT: PODCAST-Forever 35 WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 2–3pm WHERE: JW Marriott, 110 E 2, L2 Brazos Room DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnpLiU In just six months, Forever35 has become one of the leading podcasts for women. Kate Spencer and Doree Shafrir will share tips from skincare to fashion to self-care for entrepreneurs.
WHAT: MENTOR-Maureen Hoch, Harvard Business Review WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 2–3:15pm WHERE: JW Marriott, 110 E 2, 4FL, Salon 8 DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GL0Uxn
WHAT: WELLNESS EXPO-Getting To Know Your Authentic Self WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 2–3:30pm WHERE: Palmer Events Center, 900 Barton Springs, Wellness Circles DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnpMmY Every one of us has within us a power, a gift. It’s more than a job or even a skill. It’s a quality of being that is unique to us and that makes us come alive to share with the world. Join this intimate circle to reconnect with the essence of your authentic self. Share stories and feel into this quality of being with other amazing inspired humans. Come explore how we can all live this version of ourselves more fully, day-to-day.
WHAT: FILM-Go Back To China WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 2–3:37pm WHERE: Stateside Theatre, 719 Congress DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GJEpJg The semi-autobiographical film follows spoiled rich girl Sasha Li (Anna Akana), who after blowing through most of her trust fund, is forced by her father (Richard Ng) to go back to China and work for the family toy business. What begins simply as a way to regain financial support soon develops into a life altering journey of self discovery, as Sasha discovers her passion for toy designing and learns to reconnect with her estranged family. A bittersweet portrait of a fractured family, the film also offers an honest look at the human cost of things that are made in China.
WHAT: FILM-A Man Dies A Million Times WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 2–3:37pm WHERE: Alamo Ritz 2, 320 E 6 DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnpNY4 A true story, set in the future. About seeds and genetic diversity, about growth and decay, about love and war, about hunger of all kinds. About what it means to be human, even when all your humanity is stripped away. Caught in the grip of a war-torn Russian winter, the city is starving to death. Despite their hunger, Alyssa and Maksim heroically work to preserve the treasures of the world’s most important seed bank—treasures that hold the key to the future of their country’s food supply—even though its sustenance could mean their survival.
WHAT: WELLNESS EXPO-Breathwork WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 2:30–3:30pm WHERE: Palmer Events Center, 900 Barton, Conscious Conversations DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GLKbKu Breath Facilitator, Nicole Rager, will teach you how your breath is directly related to what is happening for you physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. She’ll lead you through guided breathwork exercises to help you increase insight, energy, and release stored emotions and negative beliefs.
WHAT: FILM-Little Monsters WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 2:45–4:15pm WHERE: Paramount Thetre, 713 Congress DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tsUUkQ Dave, a washed-up musician, volunteers to chaperone his nephew’s Kindergarten field trip after taking a shine to the plucky schoolteacher, Miss Caroline. Dave’s intentions are complicated by the presence of world famous child entertainer and competitor for Miss Caroline’s affections, Teddy McGiggle. One thing none of them bargained for, however, is a sudden zombie outbreak, from which Dave and Miss Caroline must protect the children.
WHAT: FILM-Sakawa WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 2:45–4:06pm WHERE: Alamo Lamar C, 1120 S Lamar DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GNtkXt What human story lies behind the phenomenon of ‘internet fraud’? In Sakawa we meet three Ghanaian youngsters who, out of desperation, turn to internet scamming with the help of black magic. ‘Ama’ is a young mother and a newcomer on the scene. ‘OneDollar’ tries to save the money to travel to Italy. Francis, who is the most experienced of them all, learns the others the tricks of the trade. What is viewed in the West as fraud, is seen by the Sakawa-boys as the exploitation of available resources. These resources come in the form of electronic waste, dumped in Ghana by the West.
WHAT: FILM-Vision Portraits WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 2:45–4:03pm WHERE: Alamo Ritz 1, 320 E 6 DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnpOv6 Vision Portraits is the personal story of filmmaker Rodney Evans (Brother To Brother) as he embarks on a scientific and artistic journey, questioning how his loss of vision might impact his creative future. Through illuminating portraits of three artists: a photographer, a dancer and a writer, the film looks at the ways each artist was affected by the loss of their vision and the ways in which their creative process has changed or adapted.
WHAT: FILM-Shorts Program 2 WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 3–4:43pm WHERE: Alamo Lamar E, 1120 S Lamar DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GRULzk Framework A mysterious man exits the freeway and drives out into the French rural landscape. Just as he is about to make a u-turn, he crosses paths with a group of teenage boys hanging out at the local soccer field. After a few beers and common experiences shared, the man invites the boys to follow him to an unknown destination. Can they really trust this charismatic stranger? Bodega With his daughter’s wedding quickly approaching, a Syrian deli owner, Amir, is struggling to let go. He distracts himself by joking and bickering with his employee, Ali, while they work the night shift. Down the street, a high school girl, Iris, lies to her father on the phone and prepares for a night of partying. When Iris and her friend Rachel meet a handsome stranger in Amir’s deli, things don’t go as planned. Reminded of his own daughter, Amir decides to help the girls out. Youth A teenager finds herself in new territory after she decides to approach her crush at a party. When they end up alone in his car, she is pushed to consider her own boundaries for the first time. Incel Sam is a reclusive, anti-social young man who has been absorbed into a toxic web forum. He finds solace with those who share the same self-described title as him—Incel (short for ‘involuntarily celibate’). When his countless real-life efforts at love fail, this anonymous community pushes him over the edge to a dangerous conclusion.
WHAT: FILM-Villians* WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 3–4:28pm WHERE: Zach Theatre, 202 S Lamar DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tovN2N Mickey and Jules are lovers on the run, headed southbound for a fresh start in the Sunshine State. When their car dies after a gas station robbery, they break into a nearby house looking for a new set of wheels. What they find instead is a dark secret, and a sweet-as-pie pair of homeowners who will do anything to keep it from getting out.
WHAT: PANEL-John Pierson, Jason Blum WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 3:30–4:30pm WHERE: TBD DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GLKLYG In 1993, John Pierson—a big shot who helped launch a number of first time American independent filmmakers including Spike Lee, Michael Moore, Richard Linklater, Kevin Smith, Rose Troche and Guin Turner—met Jason Blum, a kid fresh out of college, when they worked on a forgotten feature called My Life’s In Turnaround together. 25 years later, Jason and his company Blumhouse Productions have conquered the universe. Blum is a two-time Academy Award-nominated and two-time Emmy and Peabody Award-winning producer. His multi-media company is known for pioneering a new model of studio filmmaking: producing high-quality micro-budget films. How the hell did he get from there to here and how do these two view that evolution?
WHAT: PANEL-Neil Gaiman WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 3:30–4:30pm WHERE: TBD DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnpP28 Neil Gaiman is the bestselling author of American Gods, now a critically acclaimed, Emmy-nominated TV series. He will speak about his mini-series adaptation of Good Omens.
WHAT: PANEL-CNN Jeff Zucker, Vanity Fair, Joe Pompeo WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 3:30–4:30pm WHERE: TBD DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GMvEhC Join Joe Pompeo, senior media correspondent for Vanity Fair, as he turns the tables on CNN’s Jeff Zucker to discuss the future of journalism and how the world’s most recognized brand in news intends to survive (and thrive) a generation of cord cutters and an increasingly-crowded digital marketplace.
WHAT: PANEL-NBC Amber Ruffin Jenny Hagel WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 3:30–4:30pm WHERE: JW Marriott, 110 E 2, L2 Brazos Room DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnpQ6c Late Night Trash Can, rejected tv pitches get resurrected! “Late Night with Seth Meyers” writers Amber Ruffin and Jenny Hagel will read jokes, sketches, and desk pieces that they have pitched during their years at Late Night that didn’t make it to the show and they’ll share the stories about why the pieces were rejected—and what they learned from it.
WHAT: PANEL-Guy Kawasaki with Presidential candidate Maize Hirono WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 3:30–4:30pm WHERE: TBD DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GNoZUc Join Guy Kawaski for a fireside chat with US Senator Mazie Hirono (D) from Hawaii, a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Guy promises a far-ranging discussion about the state of American government, the inside story of how Washington DC works, and the threats and promises of the American political system.
WHAT: PANEL-Simpsons Writers WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 3:30–4:30pm WHERE: Austin Convention Center, L4 Room 12AB DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tr1UyY How do artists work and live together without driving each other crazy? Al Jean and Stephanie Gillis, writers from “The Simpsons,” discuss how they have thrived together creatively despite contrasting working styles.
WHAT: PANEL-Bumble WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 3:30–4:30pm WHERE: Hilton, 500 E 4, 6FL, Salon G DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GOMxbd Women make up the majority of active social media users on platforms made by mensubjecting them to bullying, trolling and harassment as a result, women are turning to private platforms, finstas (fake instagrams), and 1:1 group private messaging. This panel will discuss the emergence of female-focused platforms and how these spaces can provide safety, authenticity, and empathy.
WHAT: PANEL-Dan Rather on CRISPR WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 3:30–4:30pm WHERE: JW Marriott, 110 E 2, 3FL, Salon FG DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnpRHi CRISPR, a revolution in how we as a species see our world, and ourselves. Panel will discuss where we draw the line between hopeful medical advances and the dystopia of designer babies and how we can make sure everyone can participate in a debate about what it means to be human?
WHAT: PANEL-Craig Newmark, Vivian Schiller WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 3:30–4:30pm WHERE: JW Marriott, 110 E 2, 3FL, Salon D DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GL0YND A movement is underway to revitalize local news across the country in an effort to better inform Americans, building relationships of trust between news organizations and their communities to shut out misinformation and disinformation. This panel will feature leaders in this movement including Vivian Schiller, CEO of Civil Foundation; Craig Newmark, head of Craig Newmark Philanthropies; R.L. Nave, editor-in-chief of Mississippi Today; and Steven Waldman, co-founder and president of Report for America.
WHAT: FILM-La Mala Noche WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 4:45–6:19pm WHERE: Alamo Ritz 2, 320 E 6 DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2trLKoO DANA, a smart and beautiful woman resorts to prostitution to make a living. She must deliver most of her income to a mafia boss, who protects and exploits her. She’s good at what she does, a job she landed by mistake, out of love. Perhaps, if she behaves well enough, she might get her freedom, but her daughter’s illness and addiction to a pharmaceutical drug will prevent her from reaching her goals. An unexpected incident will give her the opportunity to break free from her captor and seek justice with her own hands.
WHAT: PANEL-Cheddar, Hulu, Amazon WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 5–6pm WHERE: Hilton, 500 E 4, 6Fl Salon F DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GL0ZkF Tech companies are making efforts to encourage inclusion, but there are still few women in leadership roles. How are these leaders tackling the unique challenges of managing teams that are in many cases, predominantly male? How are they mentoring teams to build more inclusive work environments?
WHAT: PODCAST-Rachel Hollis WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 5–6pm WHERE: TBD Hollis is the author of the #1 New York Times best-seller Girl, Wash Your Face.
WHAT: FILM-Porno WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 5–6:38pm WHERE: Stateside Theatre, 719 Congress DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GKqJh2 Abe is a burgeoning perv with a guilty conscience. Todd is Abe’s spazzed out BFF and partner in grime. Chaz is a girl with a boy’s name who hides her feelings behind a thick layer of goth eyeliner. Ricky is the star jock with a secret in his pants he dare not expose. What these uptight dweebs could never have guessed is that the wholesome movie theater they work at used to have a lot more than just gum stuck to the seats. When a remnant of the theater’s porno past surfaces, the kids are visited by a sex demon that gives them a taste of the dark side.
WHAT: PARTY-Bad Crypto Podcast Meetup WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 5–7pm WHERE: TBD
WHAT: FILM-The Gift: The Journey of Johnny Cash WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 5:15–6:48pm WHERE: Alamo Lamar D, 1120 S Lamar DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GL0ZRH Johnny Cash stands among the giants of 20th century American life. But his story remains tangled in mystery and myth. This documentary, created with the full cooperation of the Cash estate and rich in recently discovered archival materials, brings Cash the man out from behind the legend. Taking the remarkable Folsom Prison recording as a central motif and featuring interviews with family and celebrated collaborators, the film explores the artistic victories, the personal tragedies, the struggles with addiction, and the spiritual pursuits that colored Johnny Cash’s life.
WHAT: FILM-Becoming Leslie WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 5:30–6:45pm WHERE: Rollins Theatre at the Long Center DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnpSLm Told with unapologetic humor, Becoming LESLIE is a portrait that follows the life of a vagabond who became a cultural icon. Known only as “Leslie,” he shined a satirical light on police accountability and was a liberating shape-shifting mirror for many—a personification of pure self-expressionism. At the height of his fame, Leslie was found left for dead, leaving the entire city in shock. After cheating death, he makes a comeback but the real struggle begins as his efforts to preserve his own identity are paralleled with that of a rapidly changing city. Becoming LESLIE offers a unique look into life of a man on the streets searching for peace and a true sense of home.
WHAT: FILM-Sunset Over Mulhullond Drive WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 5:30–7:07pm WHERE: Alamo Lamar A, 1120 S Lamar DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GNBcZh Hidden away at the end of Mulholland Drive, just north of Los Angeles, lies the Motion Picture & Television Fund. Its residents were once the backbone of the American showbiz. The Fund gives them a home and new meaning in their old age. For age doesn’t stop these unsung Hollywood heroes. Still going strong in their own studio, they produce short films and pursue other creative projects. Our documentary follows on one such project from the first brainstorming session all the way to the premiere, revealing enduring dreams and hopes beyond the limelight—and lessons in life and love.
WHAT: FILM-Doc Shorts 2 WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 5:45–7:24pm WHERE: Alamo Lamar B, 1120 S Lamar DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnpTPq The Separated On June 13, 2018, Honduran asylum-seeker Anita and her five-year-old son, Jenri, were forcibly separated at the U.S.-Mexico border. Thanks to a pro bono lawyer, Jodi Goodwin, who aggressively advocates for their release from their respective ICE detention centers, Anita and Jenri are reunited after a month apart. But the damage has been done. The Separated, a new documentary from The Atlantic, is an intimate window into the chaos and trauma caused by the separation.
WHAT: FILM-Nothing Fancy: Diana Kennedy WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 5:45–7:24pm WHERE: Alamo Ritz 1, 320 E 6 DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GTaOxd At five feet tall and 95 years old, Diana Kennedy is larger than life: a foul-mouthed fireball far more feisty and energetic than her age and petite frame let on. British ex-pat and the author of nine Mexican cookbooks, Diana has spent over sixty years researching and documenting the regional cuisines of Mexico on her own. Diana has lived ‘off-the-grid’ on an eight-acre ranch outside Zitácuaro, Michoacán since the 1970’s: composting, growing her own crops, and using solar power to run her home. Aware of her own mortality, she is working tirelessly to solidify the legacy of her life’s efforts, with the hope of turning her home into a foundation for culinary education in Mexico.
WHAT: FILM-The Beach Bum (Matthew McConaughey, Snoop Dog, Zac Efron) WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 6–7:35pm WHERE: Paramount Theatre, 713 Congress DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnpUms THE BEACH BUM follows the hilarious misadventures of Moondog (Matthew McConaughey), a rebellious rogue who always lives life by his own rules. Co-starring Snoop Dog, Zac Efron, and Isla Fisher, THE BEACH BUM is a refreshingly original and subversive new comedy from director Harmony Korine (Kids, Spring Breakers).
WHAT: FILM-Good Omens WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 6:30–8pm WHERE: Zach Theatre, 202 S Lamar DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GNoZDG Aziraphale is a fussy angel. Crowley is a loose-living demon. They’ve both been on Earth for over 6,000 years. During that time they’ve grown quite fond of it, and, against all odds, each other. But there’s a problem—the Antichrisst has arrived here on Earth, which means the world they have become too fond of will end in flames, if they don’t manage to save it. This wildly imaginative and screamingly funny drama follows Aziraphale and Crowley as they join forces in an attempt to find an eleven year old Antichrist (and his dog) and avert the Apocalypse. Armageddon is coming—but it doesn’t have to be the end of the world.
WHAT: FILM-River & The Wall (Beto O’Rourke, Ben Masters, Will Hurd) WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 6:45–8:34pm WHERE: Rollins Theatre at the Long Center, 701 W Riverside Dr. DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2toXIPZ The River and the Wall follows five friends on an immersive adventure through the unknown wilds of the Texas borderlands as they travel 1200 miles from El Paso to the Gulf of Mexico on horses, mountain bikes, and canoes. They set out to document the borderlands and explore the potential impacts of a border wall on the natural environment, but as the wilderness gives way to the more populated and heavily trafficked Lower Rio Grande Valley, they come face-to-face with the human side of the immigration debate and enter uncharted emotional waters.
WHAT: FILM-The Peanut Butter Falcon (Shia LaBeouf, Dakota Johnson) WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 8–9:33pm WHERE: Austin Convention Center, Atom Theater DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GNMIE0 THE PEANUT BUTTER FALCON is an adventure story set in the world of a modern Mark Twain that begins when Zak, a young man with Down syndrome runs away from a nursing home where he lives to chase his dream of becoming a professional wrestler and attending the wrestling school of The Salt Water Redneck. Through circumstances beyond their control Tyler, a small time outlaw on the run becomes Zak’s unlikely coach and ally. Together they wind through deltas, elude capture, drink whisky, find God, catch fish, and convince Eleanor, a kind nursing home employee with a story of her own to join them on their journey.
WHAT: CONCERT -TBD WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 8–11pm WHERE: BUMBLEHIVE, Jo’s, 242 W 2nd DETAILS: http://www . bumble.com/sxsw
WHAT: PARTY – BuzzFeed CW Roswell / So ET WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 8pm-Midnight WHERE: Mohawk, 912 Red River DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnpUTu Join BuzzFeed and The CW’s Roswell, New Mexico for drinks, bites and beats.
WHAT: PARTY-British Embassy Future Art & Culture Party WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 8pm—Midnight WHERE: UK HOUSE, Latitude 30, 512 San Jacinto DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GOMwUH, https://www.futart.net Future Art and Culture showcases art, tech and innovation from England through digital installations, VR and mixed reality experiences, provocative discussions and live coding. Drinks, networking and live music.
WHAT: FILM-Run This Town WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 8:30pm—10:09pm WHERE: Stateside Theatre, 719 Congress DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tsUUBm After graduation, Bram gets his dream job at a local newspaper. In his mind he’s the next Woodward (but he’s probably more of a Bernstein). A year in, he realizes that maybe the paper business is no longer what he’d seen in the movies. Instead of investigative journalism, he is writing easily consumable Top 10 Lists—Best Hot Dogs in the City! Ten Ways to Tell You Grew Up in the 90s! After the paper is hit with another round of layoffs, Bram stumbles upon a potentially explosive story involving the city’s controversial mayor. But he needs to beat the mayor’s smooth talking aide, Kamal, to the punch. This could be Bram’s big break—if he had any idea how to be a real journalist.
WHAT: FILM-Leave The Bus Through The Broken Window WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 8:45pm—9:53pm WHERE: Alamo Lamar C, 1120 S Lamar DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GJEsoq An American expat arrives in Hong Kong to make a documentary about an international art fair but finds himself out of his depth. He turns the camera on himself and the film becomes a deeply personal and unexpectedly comedic story about authenticity, heartbreak and that time he got lost in a shopping mall.
WHAT: FILM-Her Smell (Elizabeth Moss) WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 9–11:15pm WHERE: Zach Theatre, 202 S Lamar DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnpVa0 Becky Something is a ’90s punk rock superstar who once filled arenas with her grungy all-female trio Something She. Now she plays smaller venues while grappling with motherhood, exhausted band mates, nervous record company executives, and a new generation of rising talent eager to usurp her stardom. When Becky’s chaos and excesses derail a recording session and national tour, she finds herself shunned, isolated and alone. Forced to get sober, temper her demons, and reckon with the past, she retreats from the spotlight and tries to recapture the creative inspiration that led her band to success.
WHAT: FILM-Love, Death & Robots (Davd Fincher) WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 9:30–11pm WHERE: Alamo Ritz 1, 320 E 6 DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2T81Zm4 Love, Death & Robots is a collection of animated short stories that span the science fiction, fantasy, horror and comedy genres. With a bold approach to each story’s narrative, episodes are intended to be easy to watch and hard to forget. The series draws inspiration from the eclectic and provocative genre material that influenced both Miller’s and Fincher’s formative interests in storytelling. The production united a global animation community, calling on the talents and unique perspectives of innovative animation studios, directors and artists from around the world. From blood-thirsty demons from hell and robots gone wild to sentient dairy products: Love, Death & Robots is a never before seen animated anthology charged with energy, action, realism and unapologetic dark humor.
WHAT: FILM-Mothers Little Helpers WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 9:30–11:08pm WHERE: Alamo Lamar E, 1120 S Lamar DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnveq3 When Joy Pride, a groovy 70’s burn-out on the caboose of the flower power movement, learns she has weeks to live, her estranged children come together to do right by a mother who always did them wrong. Mother’s Little Helpers is a funny dysfunctional family drama, based on true events, about how family ties can twist and tear you—and though they may not break you, they might send you to prison. The film is about deconstructing tall tales and saying goodbye to a parent- but someone who was *barely* a parent. More like someone who was your friend’s drug dealer.
WHAT: FILM-Long Shot (Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, Charlize Theron) WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 9:30–11:30pm WHERE: Paramount Theatre, 713 Congress DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GLg9GE When Fred Flarsky reunites with his first crush, one of the most influential women in the world, Charlotte Field, he charms her with his self-deprecating humor and his memories of her youthful idealism. As she prepares to make a run for the Presidency, Charlotte hires Fred as her speechwriter. A fish out of water on Charlotte’s elite team, Fred is unprepared for her glamourous lifestyle in the limelight. Sparks fly as their unmistakable chemistry leads to a round-the-world romance and a series of unexpected and dangerous incidents.
WHAT: FILM-Aleksi WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 10:30–11:58pm WHERE: Alamo Ritz 2, 320 E 6 DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnpWe4 Aleksi is approaching her 30s but still stuck under her parents’ roof. While ignoring her pressing responsibilities, she follows her impulses with various men: Christian, an American photographer who she bonds with due to the similar interests; Goran, a local musician with whom she has an intense physical chemistry; and Toni, an older, richer, charming playboy who tries to lure her with the extravagance of yachts, parties and expensive drugs.
WHAT: FILM-Daniel Isn’t Real (Elijah Wood producer) WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 11:55pm–1:31am WHERE: Alamo Ritz 1, 320 E 6 DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GNuodY Traumatized 8-year old Luke invents an imaginary friend named Daniel who leads them both into a world of fantasy and imagination. After Daniel tricks Luke into doing something terrible, Luke is forced to lock him away. Twelve years later, Luke brings Daniel back—and he now appears as a charming, manipulative young man with a terrifying secret agenda.
SUNDAY, MARCH 10
WHAT: POPUP-free breakfast, tacos, coffee WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 7am-6pm WHERE: BUMBLE HIVE, Jo’s, 242 W 2nd DETAILS: http://www . bumble.com/sxsw Each morning free breakfast tacos, tips on putting your best face forward from our profile experts, and exciting programming.
WHAT: POPUP-British Embassy Future Art & Culture Party WHEN: Sunday, March 9, 10–4pm WHERE: UK HOUSE, Latitude 30, 512 San Jacinto DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnpWL6, https://www.futart.net Future Art and Culture showcases art, tech and innovation from England through digital installations, VR and mixed reality experiences, provocative discussions and live coding. Drinks, networking and live music.
WHAT: POPUP-festival tickets giveaway WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 10–6:30pm WHERE: BOSE HOUSE, Half Step, 75 Rainey DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GNA5bU The #BoseFrames pop-up has been touring the U.S. and has finally landed in Austin. Come check out our debut sunglasses collection with built-in Bose speakers for an immersive audio experience unlike any other. Feeling Lucky? Stop by to enter the #BoseFramesSweeps for a chance to win tickets to a music festival of your choice.
WHAT: POPUP-free food, drinks, digital health panels WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 10–6:30pm WHERE: RALLY HOUSE, Waller Creek Boathouse, 71 Trinity DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tovNjj Welcome to the future of digital health. An interactive and immersive experience that brings to life the world of Rally and how they empower a healthy tomorrow. The Rally House will showcase inspiring interactive art installations, fresh food and drink and one-of-a-kind giveaways. Outside, on a patio overlooking the river, you’ll get the best views in Austin with a natural environment to rest, recharge, and get the most out of SXSW. The Rally House will be the day-time place to be.
WHAT: MENTOR-Missy Laney (Adult Swim/TBS) WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 12:30–1:45pm WHERE: Stephen F Austin, 701 Congress, Ballroom A DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GLKeGa
WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 10:30–7:30pm WHERE: Allen House, 1104 San Antonio DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnpXi8 10:30–11:30 Breakfast, 2:30–3:30 Lunch, 6:30–7:30pm Happy Hour Brands + Influencers panels
WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 11am-5pm WHERE: VOX HOUSE, The Belmont, 305 W 6th DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GN2sqL Recode Media Live hosted by Peter Kafka, Executive Editor of Recode, featuring serial entrepreneur and investor, Mark Cuban.
WHAT: PANEL-Gwyneth Paltrow WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 11–12pm WHERE: TBD DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GLKfdc Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow is also a best-selling cookbook author, singer and entrepreneur. In 2008, Paltrow founded goop from her kitchen table. goop has grown into a lifestyle brand devoted to helping women make their own choices count in the various facets of their lives—from style, travel, work, food, and beauty to physical, mental, and spiritual wellness. Poppy Harlow anchors the weekday edition of CNN Newsroom alongside Jim Sciutto. She also hosts the CNN podcast BossFiles with Poppy Harlow.
WHAT: PANEL-Susan Fowler WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 11–12pm WHERE: TBD DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnpXPa In the era of social media, it often seems like our individual and collective attention spans are too short. But in the past two years, the things that have made the biggest changes in the world are long, personal, and serious stories. In this session, Susan Fowler will discuss the power of telling personal stories in a fast-paced and unattentive world.
WHAT: PANEL-Hans Ulrich Obrist WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 11–12pm WHERE: TBD DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GNtpuf In this lecture, Hans Ulrich Obrist will consider the future of technology, drawing on a wide range of artistic projects to demonstrate the possibilities that artificial intelligence presents for the creation of new art forms. Through seminal projects, such as Billy Klüver’s ‘Experiments for Art and Technology’ (1966)—which brought artists together with engineers—Obrist will highlight the early antecedents of art’s relationship to technology. From the Serpentine Galleries’ digital commission of James Bridle to Sondra Perry’s blue screen technology and 3D avatars to Ian Cheng’s sentient artwork, BOB (Bag of Beliefs), Obrist will propose artists as significant producers of our future realities. The lecture will also address the danger that things may be lost, such as the extinction of cultural phenomena and, with reference to Édouard Glissant, the importance of resisting the homogenizing forces of globalization in our digital age.
WHAT: PANEL-Quartz Emily Withrow, Washington Post Elite Truong WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 11–12pm WHERE: JW Marriott, 110 E 2nd Street, Floor 3, Salon E DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnpYmc Artificial intelligence is already revolutionizing the news industry, as organizations use machine learning to automate thousands of stories, sift through massive data sets to find trends and outliers, and build bots that scale individual conversations with their audiences. That’s just the beginning. But as the potential for artificial intelligence grows, so do the ethical implications. This session will explore the pitfalls and possibilities of how AI will transform the way we report—and consume—the news.
WHAT: PANEL-Covering the child-separation crisis at the border WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 11–12pm WHERE: JW Marriott, 110 E 2nd Street, Floor 3, Salon D DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GLKfKe Last spring, Americans were outraged when they learned what the Trump Administration was doing to immigrant children at the border. Families were being separated without any plans to reunite them. The government was deporting parents without their children and confused kids were subjected to traumas that won’t soon go away. This panel will explore the reporting behind one of the Trump Administration’s most controversial immigration policies and the ongoing child-separation crisis at the border. Featurig Jonathan Blitzer of The New Yorker.
WHAT: MENTOR-Katy Rozelle (Paramount) for screenwriting WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 11–12:15pm WHERE: Stephen F Austin, 701 Congress, Ballroom A DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnpYTe
WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 11–12:15pm WHERE: Stateside Theatre, 719 Congress DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GLKgOi Alice, a happy and perfect wife and mother has her life turned upside down when she discovers her husband is living a secret life. She is left abandoned with a child and is ruined financially. Her fight back leads her into a world of discovery, not only about her husband but also about herself.
WHAT: FILM-Building The American Dream WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 11:30–12:45pm WHERE: Zach Threatre, 202 S Lamar DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tol7Bd Across Texas an unstoppable construction boom drives urban sprawl and luxury high-rises. Its dirty secret: abuse of immigrant labor. BUILDING THE AMERICAN DREAM captures a turning point as a movement forms to fight widespread construction industry injustices. Grieving their son, a Mexican family campaigns for a life-and-death safety ordinance. A Salvadorian electrician couple owed thousands in back pay fights for their children’s future. A bereaved son battles to protect others from his family’s preventable tragedy. A story of courage, resilience and community, the film reveals shocking truths about the hardworking immigrants who build the American Dream, from which they are excluded
WHAT: FILM-Human Nature WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 11:45–1:32pm WHERE: Austin Convention Center, Atom Theater DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GNqBxa The biggest tech revolution of the 21st century isn’t digital, it’s biological. A breakthrough called CRISPR gives us unprecedented control over the basic building blocks of life. It opens the door to curing disease, reshaping the biosphere, and designing our own children. Human Nature is a provocative exploration of CRISPR’s far-reaching implications, through the eyes of the scientists who discovered it, the families it’s affecting, and the genetic engineers who are testing its limits. How will this new power change our relationship with nature? What will it mean for human evolution? To begin to answer these questions we must look back billions of years and peer into an uncertain future.
WHAT: POPUP-Free Waygu, J-Pop, Pachinko WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 12pm–10pm WHERE: JAPAN HOUSE, 800 Congress DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2toXFUj Immerse yourself in all things Japan! From singing Karaoke-style, watching Japanese parade floats to participating in traditional dance; Try a hand at the Pachinko machine and play games, games, games! Schmooze with authentic Buddhist priests to gaming geeks. Listen to Japanese court music, Japanese ballads and J-Pop! Enjoy the beauty of Japanese woodblock prints and read poetic haikus. Eat and drink to your heart’s delight—sushi, wagyu beef, ramen, rice wine, and more! From traditional to pop to high tech, your experience will be a mind-boggling variety!
WHAT: MENTOR-Chris Demarais (Rooster Teeth) for screenwriting WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 12:30–1:30pm WHERE: Stephen F Austin, 701 Congress, Ballroom A DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tqBPA8
WHAT: PANEL-Elizabeth Moss, Brandy Carlile WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 12:30–1:30pm WHERE: Austin Convention Center, L4, Room 18ABCD DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GLKhlk Artist profile of Elisabeth Moss, best known for Mad Men and The Handmaid’s Tale.
WHAT: PANEL-New Yorker Digital Journalism WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 12:30–1:30pm WHERE: JW Marriott, 110 E 2, 3FL, Salon E DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnpZXi New Yorker staff writers Naomi Fry, Doreen St. Félix, and Jia Tolentino will join Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessy for a discussion on digital journalism, what makes for good (and bad) writing on the Internet, and how a 94-year-old publication like The New Yorker has successfully found its voice on the Web.
WHAT: PANEL-From Zero to Showrunner in Five Years WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 12:30–1:30pm WHERE: Austin Convention Center, Room 15 DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GIqDGR Law & Order’s Suzanne O’Malley was teaching Yale students how to become showrunners/executive producers in network television just 6 years ago. Now three have their own network series: Roshan Sethi MD (creator The Resident); Alexander Maggio (Madam Secretary); Justin Noble (Brooklyn 99). This panel reunites the four of us to share the remarkable stories of how each one of these former students made it.
WHAT: WELLNESS EXPO-Yoga with Adrienne WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 1–2pm WHERE: Palmer Events Center, 900 Barton Springs, Fitness Stage DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnq11m
WHAT: POPUP-Canadian live musc, cocktails, AR/VR eSports panels WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 1:30–3:30pm WHERE: CANADA HOUSE, 92 Rainey DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GLKhSm, http://bit.ly/2tnpEUw VR/AR panel, lightning pitches, networking, demos, 5–7pm cocktails, 7pm-2am live music from Vancouver artists
WHAT: PANEL-Wired Nicholas Thompson with Roger McNamee, Zucked WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 2–3pm WHERE: Austin Convention Center, L4 Ballroom D DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GN2u1R A conversation between Roger McNamee, an early mentor to Mark Zuckerberg and the author of the new book “Zucked”, with Nicholas Thompson, the editor in chief of Wired. They will discuss the history and future of Facebook, and how a company set up to make the world more open and connected is now dealing with criticism that it has undermined American democracy, created social anomie, and abetted genocide. How did Facebook become what it is today? Is it truly fixing its problems now? And where is it going next? Expect a lively conversation between two people who have studied the company deeply and for years.
WHAT: PANEL-Pixar WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 2–3pm WHERE: Austin Convention Center, L4 Room 16AB DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2trKmTj Pixar designers share insights about how an idea gets translated from a design sketch, and onto the screen.
WHAT: MENTOR-Dan Freedman (Lionsgate) WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 2–3pm WHERE: Stephen F Austin, 701 Congress, Ballroom A DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GO1878
WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 2:30–3:54pm WHERE: Stateside Theatre, 719 Congress DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnq25q Single 36-year-old travel nurse, Jodie, thinks maybe something is wrong with her. Harassed by her sisters and flooded with images of others on social media, Jodie obsesses over whether she will meet someone, if all men are garbage, and if her ‘uterus will rot out’ before she has children. While at a Gun’s N’ Roses concert, she meets Dustin and is hopeful she has finally met her potential match—until he ghosts on her the next day. Overwhelmed, Jodie’s four gay best friends are by her side as she confronts hard truths and figures out her next move. Pig Hag looks at how society’s expectations for women may influence their barometer for success and the choices they make.
WHAT: FILM-The Art of Self Defense WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 2:45–4:29pm WHERE: Paramount Theatre, 713 Congress DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GNA5IW The dark comedy “The Art of Self-Defense” stars Jesse Eisenberg and is set in the world of karate. Eisenberg plays a man who is attacked at random on the street and enlists in a local dojo, led by a charismatic and mysterious Sensei , in an effort to learn how to defend himself.
WHAT: FILM-J.R. “Bob” Dobbs Church of the SubGenius (Linklater) WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 3–4:25pm WHERE: Austin Convention Center, Atom Theater DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnq2Cs What started out as an inside joke amongst two self proclaimed weirdos in Ft. Worth, Texas soon becomes much more than they bargained for. Frustrated by the rising consumer-driven culture, out of work pals Douglass St. Clair Smith and Steve Wilcox decide to turn their conservative southern ideology on its head and invent a new religion all their own. Spurred on by the overreach of religion and zealous televangelists of the day, the pair concoct religious monikers (Reverend Ivan Stang and Dr. Philo Drummond), a newly minted prophet (J.R. “Bob” Dobbs), and devise a crusade to expose the conspiracy of normalcy by using humor as the ultimate weapon.
WHAT: WORKSHOP-Henry Winkler teaches an acting class! WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 3:30pm–4:30pm WHERE: TBD DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GLKkh0 Henry Winkler co-stars as acting teacher Gene Cousineau on the new HBO dark comedy, Barry, for which he received an Emmy Award and Critics Choice Award for Best Supporting Actor opposite series star, Bill Hader. Winkler has enjoyed over four decades of success in Hollywood and continues to be in demand as an actor, producer, and director. Join Henry Winkler as he leads an entertaining and insightful acting workshop in front of an audience.
WHAT: PARTY-The Onion/AV Club Just Another Manic Monday WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 3:30pm–12am WHERE: Mohawk, 912 Red River DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnq39u 10:45pm Deerhunter headlines outside stage
WHAT: PANEL-Michael Pollan, Tim Ferriss on psychedelics WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 5–6pm WHERE: TBD DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GLKmWa A renaissance is underway in the scientific study of psychedelics, both as a mode of therapy for mental illness and as a tool for understanding the mind. Tim Ferriss takes up these issues and more in a conversation with Michael Pollan, the author of How to Change Your Mind: What the New Science of Psychedelics teaches us about Consciousness, Dying, Addiction, Depression and Transcendence.
WHAT: FILM-Sister Aimee WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 5–6:27pm WHERE: Alamo Lamar E, 1120 Lamar DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tpBSvV In 1926 America’s most famous evangelist is a woman. And she’s looking for a way out. Fed up with her own success, she gets swept up in her lover’s daydreams about Mexico and finds herself on a wild road trip towards the border. Based on true events. Mostly made up.
WHAT: FILM-Music Videos-Bishop Briggs, Childish Gambino, Rainbow Kitten Surprise, Anderson .Paak, Kaskade, Tuneyards WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 5:15–6:41pm WHERE: Alamo Lamar B, 1120 Lamar DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GNMJry
WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 5:30–6:53pm WHERE: Zach Theatre, 202 S Lamar DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tr1V60 In the highly exclusive Athlete Village at the Olympic Winter Games, Penelope (ALEXI PAPPAS), a young cross-country skier, befriends Ezra (NICK KROLL), a volunteer dentist, after a disappointing finish in her competition. Penelope and Ezra share a special but limited time together. OLYMPIC DREAMS is the first scripted film shot in an Athlete Village during the Olympic Games. OLYMPIC DREAMS stars Alexi Pappas, Nick Kroll, and real Winter Olympic athletes including Gus Kenworthy. In addition to being an actress and filmmaker, Alexi also competed at the Olympic Games Rio 2016. The entire film was shot by a one-person crew (JEREMY TEICHER) during the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018.
WHAT: FILM-Extra Ordinary WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 5:30–7:03pm WHERE: Stateside Theatre, 719 Congress DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GLKp4i Rose, a sweet, lonely driving instructor in rural Ireland, is gifted with supernatural abilities. Rose has a love/hate relationship with her ‘talents’ & tries to ignore the constant spirit related requests from locals—to exorcise possessed rubbish bins or haunted gravel. But! Christian Winter, a washed up, one-hit-wonder rock star, has made a pact with the devil for a return to greatness! He puts a spell on a local teenager- making her levitate. Her terrified father, Martin Martin, asks Rose to help save his daughter. Rose has to overcome the fear of her supernatural gift & work with Martin to save the girl, get the guy and be home in time for a light snack…maybe a yogurt or something.
WHAT: FILM-Museum Town (Nick Cave, Meryl Streep) WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 6–7:14pm WHERE: Alamo Ritz 1, 320 E 6 DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnq4dy In 2017, MASS MoCA became the largest center for contemporary art in the world. This is the story of a unique institution, the small town it calls home, and the great risk, hope, and power of art to generate cultural and economic rebirth. With original music by Wilco bassist John Stirratt and appearances by artists ranging from James Turrell to David Byrne to Bill T. Jones, Museum Town reveals how an idea becomes a reality, tracing the creation of artist Nick Cave’s monumental installation UNTIL, a reflection on gun violence, race, and the American Dream. Soundtracked by Talking Heads, Sharon Jones, Big Thief, Wilco, Moses Sumney, and many more. With the voice of Meryl Streep.
WHAT: FILM-The Highwaymen* (Kevin Costner, Woody Harrelson) WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 6–8pm WHERE: Paramount Theatre, 713 Congress DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GLKpkO Kevin Costner plays legendary lawman Frank Hamer and Woody Harrelson will play his long-suffering sidekick Manny Gault. Though both men were out of the Rangers by the time Bonnie & Clyde started their robbery reign, they were commissioned as special investigators, coaxed back by a consortium of banks to assemble a posse and end the robbery spree of the notorious gang reputed to have killed 13 cops—and others. The Highwaymen takes the vantage point of the formidable posse headed by Hamer, an old style Texas Ranger who’d survived 100 gunfights and killed 53 people.
WHAT: PARTY-Startup Showcase & Libations WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 7–11pm WHERE: Maggie Mae’s, 323 E 6th DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnq4KA Startup Night SXSW 2019 presented by Eventbrite is where entrepreneurs, innovators, investors, creatives, and industry leaders gather under one roof to mix, mingle, drink and be merry!
WHAT: PARTY-Belgian House WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 7–11pm WHERE: BELGIUM HOUSE, Uncle Billy’s Brewery, 1530 Barton Spring DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GL11ZP Join the Belgian Delegation at Uncle Billy’s Brewery to meet with innovative and creative companies & startups and discover promising Music talent from Belgium, such as Tamino, Buscemi and Le Motel. As there is no Belgian party without good beer, especially for this occasion, Austin’s crowd will have the chance to taste a new beer, result of collaboration between the University of Liège and the Uncle Billy’s Brewery from Austin.
WHAT: CONCERT -TBD WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 8–11pm WHERE: BUMBLEHIVE, Jo’s, 242 W 2nd DETAILS: http://www . bumble.com/sxsw
WHAT: FILM-Boy Howdy! Story of Creem Magazine WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 8–9:13pm WHERE: Alamo S Lamar E, 1120 Lamar DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnq5OE Capturing the messy upheaval of the ’70s just as rock was re-inventing itself, the film explores Creem Magazine’s humble beginnings in post-riot Detroit, follows its upward trajectory from underground paper to national powerhouse, then bears witness to its imminent demise following the tragic and untimely deaths of its visionary publisher, Barry Kramer, and its most famous alum and genius clown prince, Lester Bangs, a year later. Fifty years after publishing its first issue, “America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine” remains a seditious spirit in music and culture.
WHAT: PARTY-Belgian House WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 8pm-1am WHERE: BERLIN HOUSE, Buffalo Billiards, 201 E 6th DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GLKq8m SXSW brings the best rising artists from Berlin to Austin to showcase at the festival. On our last night we will bring some legendary Berlin nightlife vibes into the BerlinSaloon. Mingle with Berlin’s tech and startup scene while listening to these artist and enjoying free drinks.
WHAT: FILM-The Weekend (SNL Sasheer Zamata) WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 8:15–9:41pm WHERE: Alamo S Lamar B, 1120 Lamar DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnq6SI Zadie (Sasheer Zamata) is 29, a stand-up comedian and, as she puts it, “extremely single.” It has been three years since she split with Bradford, though the two remain close friends. Close enough that when Zadie invites him to her mother’s bed and breakfast, Bradford brings along his current girlfriend, Margo. As the weekend progresses, no one is spared from Zadie’s acerbic wit—Margo least of all. If things weren’t uncomfortable enough, the three are soon joined by Aubrey, a handsome stranger from Montreal with no idea what sort of situation he’s checked into.
WHAT: FILM-Adopt A Highway (Ethan Hawke) WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 8:30pm—9:48pm WHERE: Stateside Theatre, 719 Congress DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GKFOiJ After being released from prison following a twenty year sentence for a minor offense, an ex-con must learn to navigate the modern world while coming to terms with his own life which has moved on—all while caring for the abandoned baby he finds in a dumpster.
WHAT: FILM-It Started As A Joke (Reggie Watts) WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 8:30pm—9:45pm WHERE: Zach Theatre, 202 S Laamr DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnq7pK IT STARTED AS A JOKE is a feature documentary that chronicles the decade-long run of the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival—including a final farewell show. The film celebrates Eugene’s unique brand of humor and his role in the alternative comedy movement, offers a bittersweet goodbye to an era, and reminds us of the healing properties of comedy—even in the most challenging of life’s circumstances. The film includes interviews with MICHAEL IAN BLACK, KRISTEN SCHAAL, WYATT CENAC, IRA GLASS, JOHN HODGMAN, KUMAIL NANJIANI, REGGIE WATTS and MICHAEL SHOWALTER, along with performances by JANEANE GAROFALO, JIM GAFFIGAN, JON GLASER, MIKE BIRBIGLIA, BOBCAT GOLDTHWAIT and more.
WHAT: FILM-It Started As A Joke WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 8:30pm—10:13pm WHERE: Alamo Lamar D, 1120 S Lamar DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GLKMMe Award winning country songwriter Luke Dick spent his toddler years living in a strip club. During the 1970’s oil boom, The Red Dog was the rowdiest and most popular strip club in Oklahoma City. For five years it was the only home and family Luke and his mom had. She was a teenaged runaway, dope-addicted single mother, stripping with a fake I.D., and he grew up amidst the drugs, the danger, and the never-ending party. Now 30 years later, Luke has a toddler and a newborn of his own. As he began asking his mom questions about his own childhood- and what she was thinking letting a toddler run around in that place- she turns out to be more hilariously forthcoming than he ever imagined.
WHAT: FILM-I’m Just F*cking With You WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 8:45–10:06pm WHERE: Alamo Ritz 1, 320 6th DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnq7WM The 7th feature-length installment of Blumhouse Television’s Into The Dark series focuses on a man and his sister who endure a night of increasingly frightening practical jokes during a stay at a secluded motel.
WHAT: FILM-Everybody’s Everything (Lil Peep) WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 8:45–10:40pm WHERE: Alamo Lamar A, 1120 S Lamar DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2GLKqoS Creating a unique mix of punk, emo and trap, Lil Peep was set to bring a new musical genre to the mainstream when he died of a drug overdose at just 21 years old. From the streets of Long Beach and Los Angeles to studios in London and sold out tours in Russia, the artist born Gustav Ahr touched countless lives through his words, his sound and his very being. During a sweeping journey from the depths of the underground to a meteoric rise through the music industry, Gus wrestled with what it meant to be Lil Peep and in turn, what Lil Peep meant to so many. EVERYBODY’S EVERYTHING is an intimate, humanistic portrait that seeks to understand an artist who attempted to be all things to all people.
WHAT: FILM-Frances Ferguson (Nick Offerman, Keith Poulson) WHEN: Sunday, March 10, 9–10:15pm WHERE: Austin Convention Center, Atom Theater DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2tnq9xS Frances Ferguson, the eponymously named character at the center of Bob Byington’s new film, is discontent. Like a lot of us, she does a bit of “acting out” and pays the price—an arrest, a trial, incarceration. And then a new identity, one that’s not terribly comfortable. Nick Offerman narrates this deviant comedy, based
Want a vacation where you can explore the outdoors while eating international cuisine? Try Utah.
By Andrea Sachs , The Washington Post
“This is a great activity for date night,” a young employee at the Soap Factory in Provo informed me when I walked in as a party of one. I looked around the room and saw many couples making their own soap (for their future His and Her sinks?). Then I noticed a penguin mold in the bin, and I found my companion for the night.
The Utah Valley city is not your typical destination or college town; it has a long and strong affiliation with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Two of its most prominent institutions are Brigham Young University and the Provo City Center Temple, both of which are ringed by majestic peaks.
Provo was named for the French Canadian trapper Etienne Provost and was settled by Mormons in 1849. In 1875, church President Brigham Young established an academy that rose to university status at the turn of the 20th century. Nearly 90 percent of the population is made up of members of the LDS Church, and many residents are current or former BYU students, a distinction that has shaped the city’s culture. For instance, Mormons do not consume alcohol, and the dearth of bars and social drinking is notable in Utah County, much of which is a mountainous area that attracts outdoorsy types with happy-hour habits. (I spotted two bars downtown and overheard one group of friends searching for wine, which they located at the Black Sheep Cafe. The caveat: They had to order food, too.)
But Provo doesn’t need cocktails to stay up late. Many of the BYU campus museums remain open till 9 p.m. on weekdays, as do the shops and restaurants. On a Thursday night, in the dead of winter, I stood on tiptoes to read the chalkboard of flavors at Rockwell Ice Cream Co. The following evening, I set out to hear live folk music at Pioneer Book but ended up in line for country dancing lessons and later at a crafts table surrounded by fragrant oils and paints. (These activities do seem to support the county’s controversial nickname, Happy Valley, and I did feel fairly joyful ending the day with new toiletries and dance moves.)
The culinary scene, meanwhile, is partially influenced by the Mormon tradition of international missionary work. Members who leave for proselytizing return to Provo with expanded palates. You can play spin the globe in the historic downtown district, stopping on pho, Belgian frites, sushi, Indian, Czech pastries, Mexican fruit pops or kronuts in a French bakery. Of course, the natural attractions that preceded the pioneers are equally integral to the Provo experience. Depending on the season, you can fly-fish on the Provo River, boat on Utah Lake, and ski, snowboard and hike in the Wasatch Range. Bring a date, or go solo – Mother Nature doesn’t care about your relationship status.
Go Local faves
Hop on the Provo Canyon Scenic Byway, also known as Highway 189, and watch civilization fade away in the rearview mirror. The 24-mile route runs from Provo to Heber City; don’t be hard on yourself if you don’t reach the endpoint. Several parks will draw you in and out of your car, such as Mount Timpanogos Park and South Fork Park, which links to the Great Western Trail, the epic trek from Canada to Mexico. The Provo River runs parallel to the road, and you can often see anglers standing in the water, waiting for the blue-ribbon trout to bite their flies. In Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, the 607-foot-tall Bridal Veil Falls unleashes curtains of water in the summer and freezes over in the winter, becoming a Spidey course for ice climbers. About 16 miles up, Deer Creek State Park offers activities for every weather system, including stand-up paddling, zip-lining, ice fishing and camping – in case you want to prolong your return to that other world.
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You don’t need to own a car, or know the words to “Route 66,” to appreciate AAA Lakeside Storage and Museum. The vintage gas station signs, pumps and automobiles were amassed by the storage company’s owner, who scours the country for new acquisitions. Among his finds: a Polly Gas pump frozen in time and price at 32 cents per gallon; a Bob’s Big Boy statue with protruding belly; and a green Volkswagen bug that might cause you to punch the nearest shoulder. There is also a P-51 Mustang fighter plane with a Flying Tiger shark mouth that pretend-growls at visitors and a 1942 white halftrack used during World War II. The tour is self-guided, so unless you’re a baby boomer, you might need to call your grandpa to fill in the blanks. However, the website does provide information on select objects, such as the Roman Column Wayne Model 491 pump, which it describes as “the fanciest and most beautiful gas pump ever built by the Wayne Pump Company.” One person’s pit stop is another person’s passion.
The Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum, on the Brigham Young University campus, doesn’t count homo undergradutis among its 3 million-strong collection of mammals, crustaceans, birds, insects, arachnids and plants. However, it does display the equally fascinating liger, a hybrid cat named Shasta from the Hogle Zoo in Salt Lake City, as well as an 8-foot-tall Kodiak bear that greets guests with a tinny growl. The research institute, which opened in 1978 and completed a renovation in 2014, is more than the final resting place for its subjects. At least once a day, staff members hold a live critter show. During my visit, the handler trotted out a cockroach, a corn snake named Reggie and a frog called Lemon, who is not allowed to fraternize with his brother, Lime. “They have been known to eat something too big and choke and die,” she said to an auditorium full of parents and children too squirmy to fully comprehend the implications. The university is also home to the Museum of People and Cultures, the Museum of Paleontology and the Museum of Art, which is currently exhibiting Pulitzer Prize-winning photos from the Newseum and towering willow branch sculptures by Patrick Dougherty.
On a tour of Provo Pioneer Village, Stevens Nelson doesn’t temper the truth. “When they got here,” said the museum director, “life was hell.” The open-air historical attraction focuses on the period from 1849, when the first Mormons landed in Provo, to 1869, when the railroad arrived. The seven original buildings demonstrate the early inhabitants’ will to survive, and sometimes in style. In the Turner Cabin, porcelain tableware and figurines adorn the shelves and a framed picture of hair art (yes, the stuff that sprouts from your head) hangs by the front door. The cotton coverlet in the Haws Cabin features a decorative chenille star pattern. “The women civilized this place,” Nelson said. “They made it happen.”
To learn about their food prep, visitors can peek into the Corn Crib, where the ears were dried and then ground into cornmeal. The village also owns several wagons and handcarts that the poorest settlers pushed to their new life. In the summer, a working blacksmith practices his trade near the oxen lift used to shoe the beasts of burden. Before exiting, take a peek inside the outhouse for a cheeky surprise.
Eat Local faves
Homesickness has an upside: authentic Hawaiian and Polynesian food thousands of miles from its roots. The founders of Sweet’s Hawaiian Grill are originally from Tonga (Mom, whose name is Sweet) and Samoa (Dad), and they lived in Hawaii before moving to Provo for law school. Missing the cuisine of the islands, they started serving plate lunches nearly 30 years ago. Their kids now run the show, but the classic meal has not changed much: two scoops of rice, a choice of macaroni salad or pineapple with li hing mui seasoning and one to four proteins – including kalbi ribs, katsu fried chicken, teriyaki barbecue chicken and kalua pig. The restaurant rotates its specials and themes, such as Saturday’s poke bowl. Beverages dive deeply into tropical flavors. Try the Otai, a Tongan smoothie with mango, coconut milk and ice, or an infused kava drink created by BYU students. Omai Crichton, the daughter often found behind the counter, also makes leis that she sells in an adjoining space. It’s the statement piece that says, “Aloha, Provo.”
What do you get when you combine Czech and Texan culinary influences? Czech-Tex? Nope, Hruska’s Kolaches. The Eastern European breakfast food arrived in Provo on the wings of three Texan siblings attending the university. The dough is based on a recipe from their grandmother, and the fillings are as bold and assertive as a Texan oilman. The sweet pastry resembles a Danish in appearance but not taste; the savory variety looks like a dinner roll with a bun in the oven. The teeny bakery with the pear-themed decor (“hruska” means “pear” in Czech) opens at 6:30 a.m. By the noonish closing time, only the tags describing the 24 flavors and two specials remain. On a weekday morning, empty trays mocked patrons for not arriving earlier. We missed out on la bomba carnitas; chocolate, peanut butter and banana nut; bacon, egg, cheese and jalapeno; and raspberry Nutella, to name a few. A few maple pecan and mixed berry remained, but the kolache clock was ticking.
Chef Mark Mason cooks what he knows — Native American and Southwestern dishes — and what he picked up from watching cooking shows on PBS. Before opening Black Sheep Cafe with his two sisters, Mason lived with his family on a Navajo reservation in Arizona and the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation in North Dakota. (The siblings have since sold the business, but Mason still holds the head-chef title.) That formative experience turns up in such dishes as hog jowl tacos on blue corn tortillas and Navajo tacos with green chile pork or red chile beef. The green chile also shows up on the frites and in a stew. All of the sauces and breads are made on-site, including the nanniskadi, which kicks the burger bun to the corner. The restaurant has a full bar with bottles of high- and low-alcohol beer, though who needs booze when cactus pear lemonade is in the house?
With more than 1,000 games, you could easily end up eating three square meals, plus snacks, at Good Move Cafe. The board game restaurant, which serves diners from 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. on weeknights and till midnight on weekends, encourages eating while playing. If you’re stumped by all the choices, the staff is happy to recommend a dish (the Cowboy Burger, Meeples Mac and Cheese) and a game (Telestrations, Photosynthesis). If you dribble, say, gooey cheese from the Grilled Parcheesi onto the Sorry! board, don’t fret: “That’s why we have a budget to buy new games,” said Dave Moon, who owns the place with his son, Shawn. On Wednesday nights, the cafe holds tournaments, and you can take the Jenga Burger Challenge. Eat a stack of three burgers chosen off the menu to win a free burger for a future visit. Before opening wide, you might want to hit up the Hungry Hungry Hippos for some tips.
Shop Local faves
With the exception of ironing, if your preferred activity ends in “board,” you can satisfy all of your provisioning needs at Board of Provo. Founded in 2004, the shop specializes in skateboards, longboards, splitboards and snowboards. You can find all the big names in the industry, such as Burton, Capita, Volcom, RVCA and Emerica footwear, plus crucial hot-tub attire such as flip-flops and board shorts. John Hales and his wife, Ellis, practice what they sell and know the riding landscape well. After a morning on the slopes, John was bantering with customers while perusing a catalogue of hooded ninja suits by Airblaster. When I asked them for recommendations, they suggested the Provo Recreation Center’s skate park and the Provo River Parkway Trail for skateboarding and Sundance Mountain Resort for snowboarding. Then Ellis offered to suit me up.
When designing Shade Home and Garden, in nearby Orem, Todd Moyer looked across the Atlantic for ideas. The Utah native wanted to replicate the European garden centers he had toured with his English wife. He envisioned a pastoral escape from the city, where customers could leisurely shop for their window sills and front yards. Moyer describes the store’s aesthetic as “modern farmhouse,” assuming your barn is in the desert (cactus and succulents) or Kyoto (bonsai trees). In addition to fauna, the store carries decorative planters, straw baskets with pompoms and pillows with cactus designs. In the cooler months, a herd of goats turns the greenhouse into a yoga studio. The Goga Guys use treats to encourage Nigerian dwarf goats to climb on practitioners. That sound above you isn’t infinite consciousness but Tootsie and Butterfinger crunching on graham crackers.
The Shops at Riverwoods is home to some familiar faces, such as Williams-Sonoma, but ignore those. Instead, seek out the unfamiliar names. Lime Ricki, for one, is a swimwear company founded by three sisters from Utah. Their designs – fashionably high bikini bottoms, wrap fronts, Dalmatian spots – transform women of all body shapes and modesty levels into sirens. Katie Waltman learned to make jewelry from her grandmother while in high school. She opened the Provo store in 2014 to showcase the delicate pieces adorned with her signature flourish, feathery leaves. Pebbles and Twigs carries new and consignment pieces that will up the cozy factor of your house, and Heirloom Art & Co. peddles in small indulgences, such as an Arches National Park puzzle, a giant fly-shape swatter and bird call boxes. For your commitment to local retailers, reward yourself with a cocomel cookie from Suss Cookie Co., a riff on the Girl Scouts’ Samoa.
Open since 1980, Pioneer Book fills its two-level shop with used, signed and rare books, without a whiff of mustiness. The ground floor contains every category of literature except fiction, which dominates the stacks upstairs. For regional reading material, check out the books filed under “Western, Americana, Utah and Native American,” or the entire wall of Mormon nonfiction. Blue index cards designate customer and staff picks, and if you find your reviewer soul mate, congrats! (Mine are Tori and Black C.) The store runs an annual reading challenge – “book with red cover,” “book by an author born over 100 years ago,” “book with a strong female lead” – and the winners earn a $50 store credit. A backroom upstairs showcases local art and hosts folk music jams. As a warm-up before the show, go hang out in the “Music” section.
Stay Local fave
The family behind Aspenwood Manor created the Airbnb-esque accommodations with particular travelers in mind: Their guests do not need frequent housekeeping (once a week will do), a front desk (no keys, just door codes) or room service (full kitchen included; vending machine downstairs). The 20 luxury suites occupy two stately buildings near downtown and range in size from 220 square feet to 1,110 square feet. Each room is named and decorated after a destination close to the family’s heart. Waltzing Matilda, which has a secret passageway in the eaves, honors the clan’s patriarch, who grew up in Australia. Monocacy Estates, which comes with a built-in playhouse, gives a shout-out to Maryland, where the family previously resided. A daughter studied abroad in Austria, hence the Vienna room, a posh three-bedroom fit for a Habsburg. (Three-night minimum required for all rooms.)
The namesake of the Hines Mansion Bed & Breakfast worked in mining and real estate and as a pharmacist and saloonkeeper. His hard work paid off, as you will witness when you step inside the opulent Victorian manse dating to 1895. You might first notice the chandelier, a prop from “Gone With the Wind,” or smell the chocolate cookies cooling on the counter. All nine rooms feature jet tubs, and one (the Library) has a spiral staircase that leads to a soaker with skylight views. With such dreamy names as Victorian Rose and Secret Garden, I was hardly surprised to meet around the breakfast table newlyweds and a couple celebrating their fifth anniversary. I stayed in the Seaside Retreat, the original location of Spencer and Kitty Hines’ bathroom, but wished I had known about the Lodge room’s Butch Cassidy connection before booking. (The outlaw allegedly sneaked in through the door to evade the sheriff of Salt Lake City, whose cousin, a friend of Cassidy’s, owned the place.) Ghost stories are up to the guests’ imagination, but whenever an electric issue arises, innkeeper Michelle Schick will say, “Kitty, knock it off.” When the front door code didn’t work, I knew exactly who to blame.
Explore Local fave
I first spotted Robert Redford in the hallway leading to the Tree Room, one of five drinking and dining venues at Sundance Mountain Resort. He was cuddling a golden eagle, and I am pretty sure everyone who passed by the wall of photos wished they were that raptor. In 1969, the celebrity benefactor bought the Provo Canyon land that morphed into the year-round playground. Sports enthusiasts can ski and snowboard in the winter and then switch gears to hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding in the warmer months. The fire pits are seasonal, but the zip lines operate in all four. Most of the noncardio activities take place in the village, such as the Owl Bar, a watering hole that honors both Butch Cassidys (the real scofflaw and the Redford one), and the Art Studio, where artists teach guests to make pottery, jewelry, soap and other crafts. The General Store stocks their creations, as well as clothes, blankets, housewares and other goods that possess the Sundance spirit. As a souvenir, grab a free Sundance catalogue. Signs posted outside select locations ask guests to refrain from taking photos to protect the privacy of others, but the advisory does not mention asking for an autograph.
The Utah Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau’s walking tour covers more than 70 sites, including many in the Provo Downtown Historic District. Where do you start? No. 1, Provo Town Square, seems obvious, but I decided to begin with No. 71, because I am a sucker for sweets. Startup’s Candy still occupies the 1900 building that produced the country’s first filled candy and Magnolias, a forebear of the breath mint. The confectionery is open weekdays, one of the few places on the list with public access. (Most are private homes.) The LDS Tabernacle (No. 65) suffered fire damage 112 years after its dedication and was turned into a temple. Only Mormons with an ecclesiastical recommendation can enter the sacred space, but everyone can stroll the parklike grounds. On Center Street, the main strip for eating, shopping and entertainment, I supplemented my education with historic plaques. En route to the Soap Factory, I learned that Brigham Young set up his first school nearby. Most likely, the academy didn’t teach its students how to make soap in emoji and Star Wars shapes, but modern-day Provo will.
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Standard Tandoori, Bearwood
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A decent burger and fries can cost £13 at a mediocre gastro pub, mains at half-decent restaurants come in at £25 – or more. So it’s refreshing to know there are still fabulous neighbourhood restaurants that punch above their weight and deliver big flavours for tiny prices.
Standard Tandoori, in Bearwood, is a family-run restaurant where people are allowed to take their own booze and where a varied menu is available at an absurdly low price. Standard Tandoori, Bearwood
My friend and I dined on a Thursday, taking advantage of a poppadom-starter-main-coffee deal for £10 each. Yes, £10.
That’s what you’d pay for a starter in one of Birmingham or Wolverhampton’s better Asian restaurants. We ate like kings, enjoyed exceptional service from two experienced and skilled front of house staff and left with full bellies. Bliss.
The Black Country and its hinterland might not be able to compete with Shropshire and Birmingham when it comes to gourmand dining. But there are diamonds in the rough and bargains to be found. Price conscious customers can enjoy the best of both worlds: feasting on exceptional cuisine without breaking into the overdraft.
Authentic flavours are available from experienced chefs who, in the case of Standard, have particular expertise in Bangladeshi and South Indian food. Standard Tandoori, Bearwood Advertising
Curry houses operate on the slenderest of margins. Those who deal with online takeaways find themselves shelling out a high percentage of their profits, while also paying delivery companies more – on many occasions, they make a small loss, rather than a profit, but feel the need to offer their food to keep up the competition.
And on cold midweek winter evenings, when there are fewer than 10 people in a dining room, the money spent on food would barely cover staff wages, the cost of ingredients, bills for gas and electricity and more besides. Yet staff at Standard are engaged and attentive, polite and welcoming. They provide service with a smile, showing efficiency and good humour from start to cheery end.
That’s not to say Standard is perfect. While service and food are excellent, the interior could do with a little attention. Dated wallpaper and old-fashioned furnishings leave it off the pace – though, in an age where money is tight and profits are even tighter, that’s perhaps not surprising. And, in truth, my friend and I warmed to the ‘homely’ feel of Standard. It was avowedly unpretentious and trading on decent food, high quality service and the best prices this side of cooking it yourself at home. Standard Tandoori, Bearwood Advertising
While we perused the evening’s selections, we ate two poppadoms each with a decent, thick and sweet mango chutney, a pleasant, herby onion salad and a mild and creamy minty yoghurt dip. The poppadoms were decent and the dips also good, particularly the mango.
We could have eaten our way around the menu – the choice was excellent, the prices highly competitive and the specials full of exotic promise and excitement. After much deliberation, we selected our starters.
He ate a chicken tikka shashlik, which featured tender marinated chunks of chicken cooked on skewers with pepper, onion and tomato. The flavours were subtle, a hint of fire rather than a burning inferno, and the delivery good. A small, simple salad accompanied the dish – I often think shredded lettuce, out of season tomatoes and lemon wedges are placed with dishes out of politeness, rather than necessity – and it made for pleasant eating. The chicken had been cooked with no little skill and was deliciously moist when brought to the table. Standard Tandoori, Bearwood
My starter was equally enjoyable. A chicken chat featured tender pieces of marinated chicken in a mildly spiced tomato-based sauce. It was enclosed in a small, fresh flat bread and served with a similar simple salad. The chat was fabulous. Too often restaurants kill a dish with too much oil, leaving a small slick on the plate when the dish is delivered. This was the opposite. Delicate and flavoursome, it ticked all of the flavour boxes and was a well-constructed starter.
We were in no rush for our mains; our starters had been served in generous portions and we were happy to take a short break. The two front of house staff made frequent visits to the table, making sure we were happy with what had gone before and topping up our drinks.
And then came the main event. I ate a brilliant sweet-hot-sour shatkora chicken, featuring lightly spiced tandoori chicken with sweet and sour Bangladeshi fruit. The chicken was masterful, the sauce terrific with hints of citrus and an almost-tamarind-like twang. It was served with light, fluffy pillau rice and I worked my way through it slowly, savouring each bite. Standard Tandoori, Bearwood
My friend was similarly impressed by his South Indian Garlic Chilli Lamb dish. The tender, curried stew had within it small pieces of green chilli that added a little heat while the lamb broke away under the fork. The sauce was deep, rich and satisfying while a side order of garlic naan was light, fluffy and provided the perfect tool with which to mop up the sauce.
We talked as we ate, enjoying the unhurried nature of the venue and taking our time to enjoy the food and welcoming ambience. The bill was next to nothing – a tenner each plus a little extra for drinks – and we called it a night. Standard Tandoori, Bearwood Standard Tandoori, Bearwood
Perhaps we don’t visit decent neighbourhood restaurants often enough, for Standard shows there is exceptionalism in the unlikeliest of surrounds. Though it is an unprepossessing venue with little to make it stand out from the crowd, within the unspectacular exterior there are great delights. The restaurant sticks to the basics and does those things really, really well. It makes its customers feel welcome and at ease, then dazzles with decent curries that typically cost £7. Bargain.
The only thing I couldn’t understand was the name. There’s nothing ‘standard’ about Standard Tandoori. It ought to be renamed Exceptional.
New food out coming to town centre
Indian food outlet is to open at Watford’s Intu shopping centre Show caption A new fast Indian food outlet is coming to Watford’s Intu shopping centre.
The new Indian style street ‘grab and go’ food called Wrapchic will be opening its doors tomorrow.
Wrapchic have flagship outlets in major sites across the UK including London, Birmingham, Bradford, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
The product range at Watford will be the Wrapchic favourites, including the Naanchic, biryani with choices of chicken or vegetarian fillings and a new selection of classic Indian desserts, including Gulab Jamun, an Indian dessert often referred to as Indian doughnuts soaked in a rose flavoured sugar syrup.
Wrapchic was created by Mahesh Raikar in 2012.
Mr Raikar has 18 years of food industry experience behind him and launched the business as he wanted to make Indian cuisine available in to a bustling lunch time market.
After working for over two years on the idea, testing and retesting, designing and redesigning, he invested into opening the first Wrapchic in Birmingham City Centre.
He said: “All our core ingredients are prepared at a central location by our expert chefs in order to maintain product standards and authenticity. The ingredients are then delivered to our stores for final preparation.
“Our concept is unique in the quick serve food sector and brings something new and fresh to the high street. Our existing outlets are doing extremely well in terms of footfall and profitability. The public have really taken to the concept of healthy, fresh, tasty, Indian food served in a burrito.”
Intu Watford general manager Vicki Costello said: “We’re delighted to welcome Wrapchic to the centre as it will give our shoppers even more exciting and diverse choice when visiting. The food looks extremely tasty and fresh and I look forward to sampling some of their food for myself over the coming weeks.”
Would definitely suggest ! Extremely good for the price
We were stunned by the quality of the room for the price offered !! It was my first visit to Phuket and managed to find this hotel with very good ratings and feedback from my fellow reviewers in Trip Advisor. I wanted the hotel to be perfect as it was the first time I was traveling with barely-an-year-old kid and wasn’t sure how my stay here would affect him. The Hotel e-mail ID found in their website is active and you would get a prompt response in 24 hours; this helped ease my stress on the booking confirmations. The first impression was made here even before I checked-in. Check-In is at 2pm but were allowed to check-in early as we arrived early by an hour. We were offered a room facing the rear (or rather the side of the building) considering the kid and the peace he would need at nights; indeed it was peaceful. No noise from the road gets one a sound sleep. They have 2 buildings, beside eachother; one housing the reception lobby and the other without. We stayed at Room.401, a standard king bedroom, in the building beside the one with reception lobby * The rooms have an attached balcony * Very roomy, perfect ambiance in white and wood * Split AC * Instant Hot water geyser * Very clean, should appreciate the house-keeping guys * Bathroom accessories (soaps, shampoos, clean towels) * Soft Bed and a warm quilt ensures a good sleep with the AC ON * TV with international channels subscribed * 2 Bottles of drinking water, 2 coffee-sugar-milk whitener sachets everyday * Mini-refrigerator, Kettle and hair-dryer * Courteous receptionists and staff who spoke decent English (which was good enough for us to communicate) * Continental Breakfast at the ground floor with a nominal price * No cash or passport deposit required at check-in * laundry services available The cons, though these are not worth deducting points, * House keeping mostly end up knocking to the room for service in the afternoons when we were asleep. Shouldn’t be a problem if you have headed out. Preferably hang the do-not-disturb outside the door if you are planning to stay back in the room or plan to have a siesta. * No toothbrush and toothpaste, but wouldn’t crib about that for the other services provided. The room is less than 20 mins walk from Bangla Road, Patong Beach and Jungceylon Mall. It is within 10-15 mins walk-range to Banzaan Night Market, Malin Plaza, Dragon Market where all the shopping can be done and delicacies savoured. Also it is close to the line up of Massage Parlors where a good Thai Foot Massage can be enjoyed with a very good price. Indian, Thai, French, Italian, Egyptian, Continental cuisine restaurants are all around and food shouldn’t be a problem for anyone staying here. I would stay in this same Hotel when I plan my next visit to Phuket. Thanks Breezotel for making my stay comfortable !!
Many many thanks for you beautiful comments….
We have buffet breakfast and buffet dinner for 7 days in a week,
And also we have a la carte for 7 am to 11 pm.
We are known as best food in the city with different cuisines i.e. Italian ,Mexican, Continental, Chinese, Bakery, Indian and multi cuisine and others..
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