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JUNGLE PARTY OutYouth benefits from the 50/50 raffle, jungle juice, and Tarzan/Jane and possibly Cheeta costume contest. Fri., July 11, 10pm-3am. Castro's Warehouse, 213 W. Fourth. Free before 1:30am.,

MACHINE/LAMBDA Smooov and toothy. Fri., July 11, 10pm. Vulcan Gas Company, 418 E. Sixth.,

THE BEYONCÉ PARTY It's summer. Grab your surfboart, and get Bey-hind this celebration of all things Yonce. Fri., July 11, 10pm. Oilcan Harry's, 211 W. Fourth.

POO POO PLATTER: URANUS, WE HAVE A PROBLEM Their write-up is priceless. Can't add a thing to it (except a comma): "Somewhere deep in the abyss of your black hole, the cadets on the Starship Poo Poo are trying to locate Uranus." Fri., July 11, 11pm. Elysium, 705 Red River. $5.

BIG BOI YOGA Is your Yogi a bear? Saturdays, 11am. Soco Yoga, 1109-B S. Congress, 512/445-0773. $10 class, $30 unltd. monthly.

EQTX HEAT WAVE POOL PARTY Make your splish a splash for equality, and get hep to the musical stylings of DJ GirlFriend. Sat., July 12, 12:30-4:40pm. 6320 Sprucewood. $25.

DINNER WITH THE DOCTOR Gay Austin Geeks (that's an actual group) watch Doctor Who. So could you. Why? Costume contest! Free food! Prizes! And swooning over your fave iteration of the good doc. Nerd. Sat., July 12, 6:30pm. The Iron Bear, 121 W. Eighth. Free.

MATTHEW DEAR DJ SET Don't scrape yourself too hard against the Audion soundscape. Sat., July 12, 7-10pm. Vulcan Gas Company, 418 E. Sixth. $15.

BRAND NEW KEY New mod folk ... or nude ma folk. Either way, something that will have your toes tapping and your mug grinnin' and hopefully get you in the mood for some book shopping. Sat., July 12, 7:30-9pm. BookWoman, 5501 N. Lamar Ste. 105-A, 512/472-2785.

KRUDAS CUBENSI Krudas opens for a bill that features all-lady Ween tribute, Poon, and the Stop Motion Orchestra album release. Sat., July 12, 9pm. The North Door, 502 Brushy. $7, $5 advance.

MIMOSA SUNDAYS Come get a big XO from Dan X.O. and the crew as you schluck back some free, yummy Mimosas. Summer Sundays, 10am-1pm. Tapelenders Video, 1114 W. Fifth. Free.

FREE BURGERS Drink specials start at 2pm followed by free food at 4pm. Sundays, 4-6pm. Bout Time II, 6607 N. I-35. Free.

JULIE NOLEN'S ONLINE SHOW Watch her, live, from anywhere in the world. Sun., July 13, 6pm.

SUNDAY CHURCH Althea Trix wants to get an AMEN. And some men. PREACH! Sundays, 6-9pm. Castro's Warehouse, 213 W. Fourth. Free.

SUPER SUNDAYS DIVA SHOW A night of divinity, featuring special guests each week, plus a new Ru queen from RuPaul's Drag Race. Sundays, 10:30pm. Oilcan Harry's, 211 W. Fourth. Free.

AGLCC TOASTMASTERS One of the country's fastest-growing LGBT Toastmaster groups. Second and fourth Mondays, 5:45pm. Ballet Austin, 501 W. Third.

GEEKS WHO DRINK QUIZ GAME Be a geek! Be a bear! Buy a drink! Win cash prizes! Mondays, 8-10pm. The Iron Bear, 121 W. Eighth.

DRINK-N-DRAG Xacora Cayne hosts. Weekly performers include: Jame Perry, Mai Flirt, Brandi Williams, Cici Carerra Ortiz, and Kara Foxx Paris. Tuesdays, 11pm. Mister Tramps Sports Pub & Cafe, 8565 Research. Free.

TUEZGAYZ Dependably fruitastic: Austin's legendary weekly weekday gay night on Red River hosted by the Glitoris. Tuesdays, 9pm. Barbarella, 615 Red River.

BOUT TIME KARAOKE Erin O. will set you up. It's up to you to knock it out. Tuesdays, 9pm. Bout Time II, 6607 N. I-35.

JULIE NOLEN'S MIDNIGHT SPECIAL Come support Julie's late-night gig so she can eventually play earlier. Tuesdays in July, 11:45pm-1:45am. Saxon Pub, 1320 S. Lamar. $5.,

QUEER RIDE Search QR on Facebook for up-to-date details on meeting spots and stops of this weekly ride. Wednesdays, 7pm. Meet at the Long Center, 701 W. Riverside. Free.

KIERAN STRANGE With Within Rust and This Side of Town. Frisky pink-coiffed Kieran might just play "Tear Down the Wall," the theme song to Canadian all-trans (characters/actors) comedy series, The Switch. Wed. July 16, 8pm. Badlands, 1203 Chicon. $10.

FEATURED ARTIST SERIES: JASON MATTHEWS If you caught the BTII art show or frequented Southside Comics, you might know his work. Check out the latest. Show runs through July 17. Romani Gallery, 1900 E. 12th.

SHEBOOKS SHEBANG WITH MARION WINIK E-books from Shebooks and an ol' pal (who used to galavant all around this town and even contribute to this very paper). Come catch up, check out her latest, and support your friendly neighborhood book woman. Thu., July 17, 7-9pm. BookWoman, 5501 N. Lamar Ste. 105-A, 512/472-2785.

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