El Paso Comic Strip Comedy Club has been entertaining El Paso, Texas since early 1986. Long considered one of the top Comedy Clubs nationally, the Comic Strip has been voted the "Best Comedy Club" in Texas and "Best Entertainment Venue" in El Paso.
Teen prodigies Caroline Goulding and Matthew Allen will play Brahms's Concerto for Violin & Cello, op. 102, A Minor, respectively, as well as Schumann's Symphony no. 2, op. 61 C Major. Brahms wrote his concerto as a means of reigniting his friendship with Joseph Joachim, after a bitter fight over the correct pronunciation of beignet drove them apart, while Schumann inked the masterful Symphony no. 2 in C major as he recovered from a psychological breakdown. The piece features a scherzo second movement, a slow third movement, and an adagio section pitting the double reeds against the horns in a single-elimination battle royale.
On a 10-acre space, XMotoball stokes twin adrenaline rushes with two recreational fields, a speedball field, a 2011 PSP Bunker set, and a motocross track. Duos and quartets deploy to the spacious, uniquely outfitted fields, armed to the teeth with a paintball marker, mask, jacket, and 200 paintballs apiece, enough to faithfully re-create Death Star blueprints upon opponents’ chests. Unlimited air refills allow for continued play and the carbonation of delicious sodas during between-game downtime. Trained referees watch each game, ensuring that all goings-on are safe, fun, and by the rules. Players who find themselves running empty can purchase additional paintballs at $38.50 for 2,000 rounds.
The San Antonio AutoRama and South Texas Motorcycle Show beckon like a siren's call to vehicle enthusiasts, boasting hot rods, motorcycles, and souped-up vehicles from the last 70 years. As automakers and custom-car manufacturers show off their wares, custom motorcycles roar around the floor to show off luxurious modifications. Children 12 and under get in free to the family-friendly event, which will include a celebrity appearance by Vinnie DiMartino from TV's American Chopper, as well as competitions for best ride in show.
Toddler Avenue was established by a mom who was tired of chasing her own youngsters out of the "big kids" areas at other indoor play facilities. Such problems don't exist here, however, since all of Toddler Avenue was designed for children up to 5 years old. Inside, tots explore a colorful landscape full of jungle gyms, slides, tubes, and functional items, such as cars and costumes. Parents, meanwhile, can kick back on couches while watching their kids play and read about successful ways to lure boogeymen out of closets.