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Street art, comedy, magic will light up the weekend

Houston Via Colori

10 a.m. Saturday to 5 p.m. Sunday, 901 Bagby St.

Who says galleries can only be indoors? For 10 years now, the event has courted artists — local and beyond — to decorate the streets and awe attendees. Get your tickets here. Children under 18 years old and students with valid ID can enter free.

The Halal Guys Houston Grand Opening

11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Saturday, 10111 Louetta Rd.

Come see why the eatery’s chicken and gyro is the talk of the cuisine scene this weekend. There are prizes for the first 1,000 loyal fans. Food will be served depending on availability.

TejasTreffen 2016

3 to 9 p.m., Saturday, Spring Street Studios

An example of art besides art: This weekend, unique artworks will be exhibited next to equally special Porsches (from the 356 to the 911). Get your tickets here!

Jim Breuer

7 p.m., Saturday, House of Blues

Former member of “Saturday Night Live” and the star of “Half Baked” is bringing the laughs to H-Town this weekend. Get tickets here. All ages can attend.

“Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”

Check your local cinemas for showtimes!

Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne), a writer, travels to New York City on an expedition to document extraordinary magical creatures — seventy years before Harry Potter reads his book at Hogwarts. Newt’s curious friend, Jacob (Dan Fogler), opens the case and sets off events that can endanger everyone with, and without, magic. The film marks J.K. Rowling’s first feature-film screenplay debut.

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