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From Pride to Dad, lots to celebrate Saturday

Arianna Auber
Mike Osborne's "Supreme Court / 1 First St NE" and other black-and-white photographs will be on display through Aug. 31 at Lora Reynolds Gallery as part of his "Federal Triangle" solo show. [Contributed by Lora Reynolds]


Josh Ritter & the Royal City Band, Amanda Shires at Paramount Theatre. New England folk-rocker Ritter is one of the sharpest lyricists of the 21st century, so it was no surprise when he became a bestselling novelist, as well, about a decade ago. The fresh news from Ritter world is a highly anticipated album he recorded with Americana superstar Jason Isbell producing. Fitting, then, that Isbell’s wife, Amanda Shires, who released one of 2018’s best singer-songwriter albums, is opening the show. $35. 8 p.m. June 15. 713 Congress Ave. — Peter Blackstock


"Federal Triangle." Artist Mike Osborne's first exhibition at Lora Reynolds Gallery showcases his black-and-white photographs taken of Washington D.C. in recent years that evoke a smoldering paranoia familiar to even the most casual consumers of news. The institutions implied by the title of the show represent much of the policy and messaging that shapes our understanding of Americanism today. Opening reception: 6 to 8 p.m. June 15. Show: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday through Aug. 31. 360 Nueces St. Ste. 50. 512-215-4965,


“Harriet & Adanna Save Capitol High” at Hideout Theatre. The latest improv show at Hideout is a hilarious and ridiculously fun mystery romp inspired by the "Scooby-Doo" franchise and, more recently, the 2018 film "Daphne and Velma." Set in a tech-savvy American high school, every show will use suggestions from the audience to determine the paranormal villain. Will it be ghosts? Witches? Mark Zuckerberg clones? Every show is completely improvised, with a different pair of actors taking on the main roles each time. 8 p.m. Saturday through June 22. $15. 617 Congress Ave.


Father's Day Pop-Up at Adelante. Dad wants to dress nice, right? Treat him to some sweet new duds. (Or, if you are a dad, spoil yourself.) The Adelante boutique hosts an exclusive pop-up the day before Father's Day with Kentucky's Clayton & Crume leather goods and Austin's Criquet Shirts. While you shop, sip on Monkey Shoulder Scotch cocktails, and with any Clayton & Crume purchase, receive a complimentary hand-stamped monogram on-site. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 15. Free. 1206 W. 38th St. #4104.


Rainbow at the Creek with Waller Creek Conservancy. This free celebration of the LGBTQ community will kick off with a festival that features live entertainment, food and drink and educational resources from local nonprofit organizations and businesses. Attendees can also enjoy activities like drag queen storytime, face painting with drag queens and Taste the Colors of the Rainbow with Lick Honest Ice Cream. There will be an additional Pride celebration from 7 to 9 p.m. that will include RuPaul’s Drag Race’s Coco Montrese. 2 p.m. June 15. Symphony Square, 1111 Red River St.


Two Wheel Brewing 2nd Anniversary Party. Buda's first (and only) brewery has now been in business for two years and wants to celebrate. The birthday bash will feature a special collaboration beer done with Texas Beer Co. and Shady Brew Co. as well as several other new beers. Plus, there will be roasted pig from food truck Third Wheel, live music by the Somebodies and the Pinecoats, games and other activities. Drink tickets are available online or at the door. 4 to 10 p.m. June 15. Free-$25. 535 S. Loop 4, Buda.

Radio Turns Five. The beloved South Austin coffee shop Radio Coffee and Beer turns five the only way it knows how: with live music, Veracruz All-Natural tacos and your choice of caffeinated or boozy beverages. Want to celebrate like a proper birthday? Complimentary birthday pie will be made by a variety of folks, including Callie Speer of Holy Roller. Enjoy the outdoor live music shows courtesy of Calliope Musicals, Magna Carda, Sir Woman and Rattlesnake Milk. 4 to 11 p.m. Free. 4204 Manchaca Road.