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Arianna Auber
The Kronos Quartet returns to Austin for a multimedia performance and collaboration with filmmaker Sam Green. [Contributed by Jay Blakesberg]


Sex and the City Rosé Ramble. Peruse boutique pop-ups in style with your friends. Whether you're the Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte or Miranda of the group, you'll all be able to sip fine wines, enjoy light bites and watch the latest fashions take the Stateside runway at the Rosé Ramble before the Paramount Theatre's "Sex and the City: The Movie" screening. Rosé and more wines will be provided by Scout & Cellar. There will also be gift certificate giveaways and more. 6 p.m. March 27. $25. Stateside at the Paramount, 719 Congress Ave. 512-472-5470,


"Thank You for Smoking" cookbook launch party. Easy Tiger is firing up the grill for the release of local author Paula Disbrowe's release of "Thank You for Smoking," featuring recipes of wood-fired dishes. Get your copy signed while grooving to the tunes of Blake Whitmire. The beer garden will also offer a one-night-only menu of specials pulled straight from the pages of the cookbook. Disbrowe, married to Easy Tiger's own doughpuncher David Norman, is the author eight cookbooks total. 5 to 7 p.m. March 27. Free. Easy Tiger at the Linc, 6406 N. Interstate 35 #1100.


Grupo Fantasma at Waterloo Records. “American Music, Vol. VII” is the title of the latest record by the heralded local Latin funk ensemble, following six albums released from 2002 to 2016. They took a long break after 2010’s Grammy-winning “El Existential,” but reconstituted 2016 release “Problemas” marked a revival that continues with their second set for Texas label Blue Corn. 5 p.m. March 27. Free. 600 N. Lamar Blvd. — Peter Blackstock

"A Thousand Thoughts" with Kronos and Sam Green. The Oscar-nominated filmmaker Green and Grammy-winning string quartet Kronos have collaborated on a creative multimedia performance piece that blends live music and narration with archival footage and filmed interviews with such prominent artists as Philip Glass. As Green tells the multi-decade and continent-spanning story of the groundbreaking San Francisco-based string quartet, Kronos revisits its extensive body of work. 8 p.m. March 27. $10-$40. Bass Concert Hall, 2350 Robert Dedman Dr.


Sour Duck Market's Weekly Farmer's Market. The casual eatery from the Barley Swine team won't just be providing all your baked good needs from now on. Sour Duck Market has recently introduced a weekly farmer's market that will run every Wednesday evening. Support your local farmers and makers, such as F-Stop Farm, Barton Springs Mill and Two Hives Honey, and expect farm-fresh produce and other goods. Happy hour also runs for a portion of this time. You know what to do. 4 to 7 p.m Wednesdays. Free. 1814 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.