2011-08-15/21 Weekly LOVIEE

Houston’s summer heat can be brutal. All of the events this week are either indoors or after sunset, providing a much-needed refuge from the sub-purgatory temperatures that define Houston summers. I’m ready for fall to get here, how about you?

Tuesday 08-16 through Thursday 08-18

Movies at Miller, Miller Outdoor Theater, 8pm all three nights. The Back to the Future trilogy comes to the Miller! Tuesday night is Part I, Wednesday night is Part II, Thursday night is Part III. A great chance to see the movies if you’ve never seen them before, or just want to see them again. 11-M08-2

Wednesday 08-17

Sam Silva and the Good CD Release, Dosey Doe Coffee House, 25911 I-45 North (The Woodlands), 8pm, $20 (with CD)/$10 (without). 11-W33-1

Run Over Twice, Baker St. Pub & Grill Willowbrook, 17278 Tomball Parkway, 9pm. 11-W33-2

Thursday 08-18

CAMH Video Jam, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, 5216 Montrose, 6:30pm, free.
Filmmakers Carlton Ahrens and Ford Gunter discuss and show clips of their
feature-length film Art Car: The Movie. 11-W33-3

Run Over Twice, Baker St. Pub & Grill Katy, 23501 Cinco Ranch Blvd. (Katy), 9pm. 11-W33-4

Cultured Cocktails presented by Spacetaker, Boheme Cafe & Wine Bar, 307 Fairview, 5-10pm. Benefiting Via Colori, the annual street art festival presented by Center for Hearing and Speech. 11-W33-5

Friday 08-19

Run Over Twice, Baker St. Pub, 5510 Morningside, 9pm. 11-W33-6

Saturday 08-20

Come See My Dead Person/The Dead Rabbits, Union Tavern, 435 El Dorado Blvd (Webster), 9pm. 11-W33-7

Sunday 08-21

Bette Gordon Films from Anthology Film Archives, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, 1001 Main, $10 (free for Aurora Picture Show members with RSVP). A collection of the independent filmmaker’s early shorts from 1973 to 1977. Film archivist Andrew Lampert will be in attendance. 11-W33-8