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TDH: 7/11/11
Hey there, the Hustle here, back from a much needed breather. But proving there’s no rest for the weary, Formula One is still speeding along, after the council’s 5-2 vote to enter into the state’s Major Events Trust Fund. The Hustle has the deets below the fold.

11:28AM Mon. Jul. 11, 2011, Wells Dunbar Read More | Comment »

Celebrate Reproductive Rights While You Can
With Chron writer Jordan Smith winning a reporting award from Planned Parenthood and a sure-to-be-outrageously-entertaining upcoming benefit for that tireless guardian of reproductive rights, it could be a week for guarded optimism.

3:17PM Fri. Jul. 8, 2011, Cindy Widner Read More | Comment »

Grand Jury No-Bills in Maddox Murder
A Travis County grand jury has declined to hand down charges related to the death in December of legendary Austin drummer Bill Maddox.

2:21PM Fri. Jul. 8, 2011, Jordan Smith Read More | Comment »

Humane Society of Williamson County Hosts Bowl-a-Thon
Nothing perks up a dog's ears like the sound of kibble in the bowl … ing alley? This Saturday, July 9, from 1 to 4pm, the Humane Society of Williamson County is sponsoring its third annual Bowl-a-Thon at Mel's Lone Star Lanes in Georgetown (1010 N. Austin Ave., 512/930-2220, www.melslonestarlanes.com).

11:36AM Fri. Jul. 8, 2011, Monica Riese Read More | Comment »

Prophet Fires Attorney...Again
With a little more than two weeks until the expected start of his trial on sexual assault charges, Warren Jeffs, the polygamist prophet of the Mormon breakaway sect the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, has again fired the lead attorney hired to represent him.

9:39AM Fri. Jul. 8, 2011, Jordan Smith Read More | Comment »

Fireworks, outdoor fires banned through Independence Day
 
No Rockets Red Glare
If you think there is no Fourth of July without fireworks, then you better be vacationing outside of Texas. Travis County has asked us to remind everyone in the area that there are serious restrictions on traditional Independence Day celebrations due to the extreme ongoing drought conditions.

11:43AM Mon. Jul. 4, 2011, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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Reefer Roundup: 7/4/11
This week: Legalizing pot, a home-grown film about a pot-dealing old dude, growing your lawn greener, the Supremes trade their robes for flip-flops, and more!

8:20AM Mon. Jul. 4, 2011, Jordan Smith Read More | Comment »

Drill, Balcones Road, Drill
While Lake Travis is beginning to look like it's balding from extremely low water levels, some of Austin's wealthier residents would be damned if they're going to let the green grass of their sprawling lawns go brown.

4:49PM Sat. Jul. 2, 2011, Ramon Martinez Read More | Comment »

Austin Gets Some V8
With so much attention paid to Formula One, the fact that Austin's Circuit of the Americas plans to host multiple events gets overlooked. With MotoGP already confirmed for 2013, the track will also become the first US home for the V8 Supercar Championship, with other human and electric-powered events to come.

12:20AM Fri. Jul. 1, 2011, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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