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Via 313 and laV Receive National Honors
I don’t want to alarm anyone, but an Austin confetti shortage may be imminent. There have been so many reasons to celebrate of late that the factories (probably) just can’t keep up.

3:00PM Tue. Jun. 30, Brandon Watson Read More | Comment »

First Look: Liberty Kitchen
Liberty Kitchen has just started making waves in Austin with a coastal seafood menu and everything-but-the-kitchen-sink dishes like the monster Heisenburg-er. Newly opened in Old West Austin*, the Houston group’s Austin outpost has a laid back neighborhood feel that is removed from the hustle and bustle of downtown Austin.

12:20PM Tue. Jun. 30, Serena Yeh Read More | Comment »

The Graceful Dead
When word of the Grateful Dead began oozing out of San Francisco in 1966, they were as much a religious calling as a rock & roll combo. In Texas, that slot of high-octane psychedelic music had already been filled by our beloved 13th Floor Elevators, but something about the Dead was undeniable.

11:47AM Tue. Jun. 30, Bill Bentley Read More | Comment »

Chris Cubas Headlines Cap City on July 4th!
Because he’s extremely fucking funny, is why.

11:31AM Tue. Jun. 30, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Republicans Versus "Government Marriage"
Remember when Republicans kept saying marriage equality would wreck marriage? Seems the real danger is the GOP, since Rep. David Simpson, R-Longview, thinks we just should get rid of the institution altogether.

4:45PM Mon. Jun. 29, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Cheer for Love
I spent the day outside of a county clerk’s offices with about 30 other people there to cheer on couples coming in droves to get their marriage licenses. It was 97 degrees in the shade, no gun rights activists showed up to stunt, and no one fainted. Here are highlights from a day of ground zero happiness for LGBT people in Austin, Texas.

3:30PM Mon. Jun. 29, Abe Louise Young Read More | Comment »

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SCOTUS Stops HB 2 – For Now
The U.S. Supreme Court has prevented the final part of Texas abortion law, House Bill 2, from taking effect. The rule would have shuttered all but an estimated eight clinics in the state.

3:10PM Mon. Jun. 29, Mary Tuma Read More | Comment »

Walker Lukens Bakes NYC
Listeners of Walker Lukens’ 2013 debut Devoted may have pegged the Austinite as a solemn singer-songwriter in search of earnest emotional connections. He demonstrated his true colors as a loop-inducing pop experimenter on this year’s wily doo-wop/indie rock single “Every Night,” produced by Spoon drummer Jim Eno.

11:35AM Mon. Jun. 29, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

VIA 313: Defining Pizza, Designing Detroit
Everybody else is talking about the food, but right now we’re gonna talk a bit about the look of the place. About the gorgeous interior of the restaurant venue itself, about the signage, the whole menus-and-business-cards-and-collateral branding of this dining establishment called VIA 313.

10:45AM Mon. Jun. 29, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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