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Check out “Beetlejuice” at Yard Bar as part of its Halloween-themed Movie Mondays in October. Contributed


“The Afterlife of Artifacts” at Davis Gallery. This exhibit explores five Austin artists’ power to reanimate forgotten objects into extraordinary works of art. The featured artists, Barbara Irwin, John Sager, Larry Seaman, Steve Brudniak and Steve Wiman, test the limits of what’s conventionally defined as fine art by incorporating everything from the high voltage parts of old transmitters to beautifully worn metal scraps found on the streets of Austin. These reclaimed objects help the artists investigate questions of life, time, decay and rebirth. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 25. 837 W. Twelfth St.


Haunted Movie Nights of Terrier. The dog-friendly Yard Bar is throwing a special Halloween version of its Movie Mondays series every Monday in October and will play a scary flick on the patio. In addition to the full menu, there will be popcorn, s’mores (weather permitting) and drink specials. Next up is “Beetlejuice”; there will be two more screenings leading up to Halloween, including one featuring a film decided by Facebook poll. 8 p.m. Oct.16. Free. 6700 Burnet Road.


“Parks & Recreation” Trivia. Grab the Ron, Tom, Leslie, Anne, Andy and April from your crew and leave the Tammys and Jerrys behind for this trivia night produced by the Get It Gals. Expect questions about all things Pawnee, from Ramsett Park to Jamm Orthodontia. Teams may consist of one to six players, and there is a 30-team cap. Early arrival is highly recommended. Top-notch teams will receive boozy rewards in addition to some sweet swag courtesy of co-sponsor the New Movement. 8 to 10 p.m. Oct. 16. Free. Dog & Duck Pub, 2400 Webberville Road.


Whitney Cummings at the Paramount. Comedian Cummings is ready to share both the stories she’ll present on stage and the ones she normally won’t during her “I’m Fine… and Other Lies” book tour this fall. Expect plentiful oversharing and laughs as she dissects the adventures and struggles recounted in her recently published book, covering subjects such as codependence, addiction, workaholism, dating narcissists and a host of other mortifying situations with her signature edge and irresistible charm. Tickets include a meet-and-greet with Cummings, a copy of “I’m Fine… and Other Lies”and access to the show. 8 p.m. Oct. 16. $48. Stateside at the Paramount, 719 Congress Ave.

Coming up

Jack Allen’s Kitchen’s 9th Annual Pepe Z Party on the Patio. The Pepe Z Party on the Patio at Jack Allen’s Kitchen Oak Hill is back for the ninth year in a row. Jack Allen’s beverage director, David Toby, will have $6 Pepe Z Tequila cocktails, which will complement Chef Rojo Lujano’s food specials that evening. The Pepe team, including Pepe Zevada himself, will be in attendance; plus, like any good party, there will be live music. 5 to 10 p.m. Oct. 17. Free. Jack Allen’s Kitchen Oak Hill, 7720 Texas 71 West.