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OUTsider Review: Queer Animation
Queer Animation, a short film collection curated by Judith Foster, left the audience amazed and inspired at Sunday's screening on the last day of the 2017 OUTsider Festival.

9:42AM Wed. Feb. 22, Courtney Naquin Read More | Comment »

Judge Blocks Texas From Kicking Planned Parenthood Out of Medicaid
Austin-based U.S. Federal District Judge Sam Sparks blocked Texas health officials from kicking Planned Parenthood out of Medicaid on Tuesday, writing that the action would stand against federal law and cause irreparable injury to the 12,000 low-income Texas women who visit the reproductive health provider.

7:30PM Tue. Feb. 21, Mary Tuma Read More | Comment »

Send a Card for Girlfriend's Day
When it comes to crime noir, Netflix's Girlfriend's Day has it all: murder, corporate intrigue, furniture sales, reformed Nazis, new holidays, and the perfect greeting card.

3:30PM Tue. Feb. 21, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

OUTsider Review: Promised Land
Rudy Ramirez describes his work by saying, “If you like game shows, eating chips and salsa, or professional sports-style play-by-plays of gay sex, this is the show for you!”

2:00PM Tue. Feb. 21, Rachel Van Middlesworth Read More | Comment »

SXSW Comedy: Your 2017 Lineup
Laugh lovers who have been holding their breaths waiting to hear who'll be at SXSW Comedy this year can exhale. The 2017 lineup is out and includes Wyatt Cenac, Wanda Sykes, Bob Odenkirk, Chris Hardwick, Janeane Garofalo, and Dan Harmon, among others.

11:15AM Tue. Feb. 21, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Strange Days Await Ian Moore
“Nobody told me about the coming of the strange days,” Ian Moore sings over strutting, beat-heavy, psychedelic soul on his forthcoming single produced by Brownout’s Adrian Quesada and Bay Area hip-hop producer Jim Greer.

1:25PM Mon. Feb. 20, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

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Lozano Long Conference Turns Lens to Food Systems
Although food systems are perhaps not the first thing that comes to mind when one thinks of global politics, they reflect and manifest many international political issues, and may be a key starting point in bridging global concerns and their local repercussions.

10:30AM Mon. Feb. 20, Thea Newell Read More | Comment »

Council: Robert Rules, OK?
The national political context again shadowed City Council Thursday, Feb. 16, as tensions simmered over immigration, questions of “equity” obscured the Capitol views, and the debate continued over Plaza Saltillo: How high can we go?

8:00AM Mon. Feb. 20, Michael King Read More | Comment »

City Report on Music Division Revealed
The city’s investigation into the Austin Music & Entertainment Division reveals that former Program Coordinator Ashley Buchanan, wanting to be reimbursed for a trip she took with a vendor that was supposed to come at no cost to the city, allegedly filed a fraudulent invoice to pay her boyfriend $2,500 for sound engineering services that never took place.

4:05PM Fri. Feb. 17, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

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