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More things to do, April 20

Staff

Food

Cafe Josie’s Karbach Beer Dinner. The first of many beer pairing dinners at Cafe Josie kicks off Monday with a five-course feast featuring craft beers from Houston’s Karbach Brewing Co., including the Love Street Kolsch-style Blonde, the Bourbon Barrel-aged Hellfighter Imperial Porter and more. Cicerone Jessica Villanueva of Brown Distributing Co. will be in attendance to guide diners through the distinct beer flavor profiles and pairings. In addition, there will be door prizes and giveaways. To make a reservation, call the restaurant. 6 p.m. Monday. $60. 1200B W. Sixth St. 512-322-9226, www.cafejosie.com/events.

Music

HDY Fest with Flosstradamus at Stubb’s. The Chicago DJ duo and South by Southwest Fader Fort regulars have been working dance floors for nearly a decade. Over the years their style has evolved from a house sound in the early days to a dark cauldron of gritty, bass-heavy trap music. Along the way they developed a cult of dedicated fans called the Hoodie Nation (HDYnation). This is their jam. $30-$35. 4:20 p.m. Monday. 801 Red River St. stubbsaustin.com. — Deborah Sengupta Stith

Coming up

Moontower Comedy Festival. It’s almost here! The big daddy of Austin comedy festivals, this year running April 22 through 25, features headliners including Patton Oswalt, Maria Bamford, Mark Maron, Wanda Sykes, Pete Holmes and John Mulaney as well as a who’s who of local stand-ups at a number of downtown venues and the Cap City Comedy Club for four exhausting but hilarious nights. Tickets and more info at moontowercomedyfestival.com. —Dale Roe

Davis Gallery’s “Fat Smoke.” Matthew Fuller’s “Fat Smoke” was born one midsummer afternoon as the waft of burning wood and grilled meat filled the air with the sensation of summer. We all have our favorite barbecue joints, the ones we will wait hours in line for, the ones we will drive hundreds of miles for. But what is it about barbecue that defines Texas so precisely? Fuller sought to shed his own artistic light on this question. To investigate further, he had to go behind the scenes and into the pits in the early morning hours when the fires were first stoked. The result is “Fat Smoke,” his photographs of various barbecue joints. Opening reception 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, through June 6. 837 W. Twelfth St. 512-477-4929, davisgalleryaustin.com.