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In The Nearness of You, the novelist writes about her most important topic yet: motherhood
OUTsider Review: Type/Caste
Rotimi Agbabiaka's one-man show on acting while black and queer
by Courtney Naquin
Sandy Carson Was There
Fund a unique photo op of ATX’s live music capital
by Richard Whittaker
The Empire Strikes Back
Trans icon Sandy Stone receives this year's OUTsider Legacy Award
by Courtney Naquin
OUTsider Fest's Wild Roots
The third annual international queer arts festival returns this week
by Rachel Van Middlesworth
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Book Review: The Nearness of You
by Amanda Eyre Ward
Jessi Cape • Feb. 17 issue
An Idiot at FronteraFest
Diary of getting a homegrown 25-minute play onto the stage for Austin's biggest annual performance festival
T. Lynn Mikeska • Feb. 10 issue
Fast, Cheap, and in Control
Cost-of-living increases are making local artists do more with less
Robert Faires • Feb. 3 issue
"Jim Roche: Some Americans Feel Like This" at Bale Creek Allen Gallery
The show's hand-stenciled, colorful re-creations of political signs are a timely vessel for America's honesty
Sam Anderson-Ramos • Feb. 3 issue
Landmarks presents Ann Hamilton’s O N E E V E R Y O N E at the Dell Medical School
Robert Faires, Jan. 27 issue
Sarah Saltwick’s timely script elegantly explores the tension between idealized automatons and messy humans
T. Lynn Mikeska, Jan. 27 issue
This concert of works by Brahms, Smetana, and Fujiwara contrasted autobiographical stories told within music by young composers and mature ones
Robi Polgar, Jan. 27 issue
The bubbles and circles of Feinstein's monoprints are sophisticated, beautiful, even fun, but they may leave you wanting more
Sam Anderson-Ramos, Jan. 27 issue
Now accepting your stories by snail mail or – wait for it – online
Robert Faires, Jan. 20 issue
Mindy Kaling and Brenda Withers use Damon and Affleck to create a hilarious case study in how Hollywood murders friendship
T. Lynn Mikeska, Jan. 20 issue
Steven Dietz’s rumination on a great love lost lacks some of the vivid passion it needs in this staging
Elizabeth Cobbe, Jan. 20 issue
The Polish artist’s industrial-material sculptures at the Contemporary Austin capture the physicality of our society, the rigidity of our order
Sam Anderson-Ramos, Jan. 20 issue
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