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DVDanger: Estranged
When Guillermo del Toro made the grandiose Crimson Peak, he was quick to note that, for all the ghosts and murder, it was not a horror movie. Instead, he was trying to educate viewers on the finer notes of the Gothic Romance. He'll probably smile with recognition at the smaller but no less subversive Estranged.

9:00AM Sat. Feb. 13, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Everybody Wants Some of Mondo's Linklater
Antone's and blues. Bridges and bats. Dirty Sixth and shots. Willie and weed. Matthew and bongos. Franklin and long, long lines. Some combinations just scream "Austin!" It's time to add another to the list, with Mondo Gallery announcing that its next show will be a tribute to Richard Linklater.

3:10PM Fri. Feb. 12, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Restaurant: Impossible Seeks Local Volunteers
You probably already know the score from that time when you binge-watched a whole season subsisting on leftover pizza and and box wine; but in case you don’t Restaurant: Impossible is a hit show that pairs failing eateries with celebrity chef/ notable torso Robert Irvine in an effort to revitalize their business.

12:15PM Fri. Feb. 12, Brandon Watson Read More | Comment »

The Sanctity of All Life?
“We do value the sanctity of all life here at the department. So yesterday’s events, as with all of our officer-involved shootings, are tragedies that we look to avoid when possible.”

11:30AM Fri. Feb. 12, Kahron Spearman Read More | Comment »

Saadia Faruqi at BookPeople
Growing up in Pakistan and immigrating to the United States gave Houston writer and interfaith activist Saadia Faruqi a unique opportunity: Use fiction as a conduit for cultural awareness. Or at least, tell some good stories and narrow the perspective gap.

11:10AM Fri. Feb. 12, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

SXSW List No. 7
South by Southwest continues stocking up for next month’s convergence. Today’s new batch of 147 acts, featuring the return of 2015 buzz band Børns, downer folk favorite Sun Kil Moon, PCP-laced rappers Flatbush Zombies, and first wave German krautrockers Faust, brings the Music conference total to 1,559 – about three-quarters of its full firepower.

10:25AM Fri. Feb. 12, Kevin Curtin and Raoul Hernandez Read More | Comment »

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Putting the Adult in Adult Coloring Books
Adult coloring books are all the rage, but Austin’s very own Nathan Rapport has taken the "adult" one step further. His latest gay, X-rated book, Last Night I Dreamed Somebody Loved Me, has been garnering national attention with promotions on both Logo and Huffington Post.

8:45AM Fri. Feb. 12, Dan Gray Read More | Comment »

ColdTowne’s Express Yourself: Heavy and Humorous, Satirical and Serious
Tell you what, that Frank Netscher and Ryan Darbonne are stirring up some shit.

10:30AM Thu. Feb. 11, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Day Trips & Beyond: Live Oak Brewery
It’s fitting enough that one of Austin’s oldest craft brewers has a new beer garden shaded by a massive live oak tree.

3:00PM Wed. Feb. 10, Gerald E. McLeod Read More | Comment »

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