Stephanie Chiarello Noppenberg's satire comedy variety show inspired by the shenanigans of the Texas Legislature returns. Special guests include ATPE’s Monty Exter (Sept. 22) and Sen. Kirk Watson (Sept. 29).
Fifty artists over the age of 50 provide an oral history of their role in and the evolution of Austin's vibrant music scene. Bring your smartphone and earbuds to hear their stories. Live music by Harvey Thomas Young at 8:30.
Thu.-Sun., 1-6pm, through Sept. 30. $5 suggested donation.
Students 18 and older should apply by submitting a "video pitch describing an LGBTQ-supportive project they’d like to see in place at their schools," and announcing their participation on the socials with #ATTLiveProud and #LiveProudScholar. Semi-finalists will announced on September 27. Three grand prize winners receive:: ·$10,000 college scholarship: ·Trip to D.C. for the HRC National Dinner in Oct.: ·$2,500 to help make their project a reality: ·Semester-long mentorship with HRC leadership: ·“Tech suite” package (tablet, smart phone, and device cases)
Follow the evolution of the gaming industry from the Seventies to the present day with a focus on the local scene from Richard Garriott's Ultima series to John Romero's Doom to the developers making waves on today's gaming platforms.
Daily through March 18, 2018. Museum admission: $13 ($9, kids).
For the entire month of September, the Hightower and Antonelli's Cheese Shop will donate 30% of sales from Queso Fundido to Houston disaster relief. How much queso can you handle in a month? You'll know the answer to that question by October.
Three days. Sixty sessions. Two hundred fifty speakers. All focusing on education, climate change, President Trump, media's role in 2017, and more. Plus, Sen. Al Franken, D-Minnesota, opens the fest with a keynote on his best-selling memoir, Al Franken: Giant of the Senate.
ATX Green Awards, which recognizes and promotes sustainability and innovation in local design, is accepting submissions now through Sept. 22 (for the awards ceremony happening Oct. 25). See website for details.
Charles MacInerney teaches classes all over town but also offers private instruction and hosts retreats. Once a month for 18 years, he has also hosted Full Moon Yoga – a free outdoor yoga class. Go online for location and time details.