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Austin Food & Beverage Entrepreneur Clayton Christopher Is Leaving CAVU
The face of startup investment in Austin is less application-based and more in-your-face, thanks in part to Clayton Christopher who has evangelized investment in food.

4:15PM Fri. Apr. 19, Jessi Devenyns Read More | Comment »

Austin Tech Startup Facilitated Viral Smash “Old Town Road”
Throughout 2018, Lil Nas X purchased a slew of backing tracks from BeatStars, an online music licensing platform where recording artists buy beats from producers. His most significant purchase came on Nov. 5, when he shelled out $30 for a banjo-imbued trap track helmed by Dutch teen Kiowa Roukema.

3:35PM Fri. Apr. 19, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

12 Dank 4/20 Events to Toke on in Austin
It's April 20, and you know what that means. Time to celebrate that sweet leaf with live music, drag performances, food, and more.

1:45PM Fri. Apr. 19 Read More | Comment »

So Many Food Events This Weekend
Spring has sprung, and with the dreary gray winter quickly becoming a thing of the past, event season is in high gear.

1:15PM Fri. Apr. 19, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

In Honor of 4/20 Some of Our Favorite Austin Purveyors of CBD
We may not be able to legally smoke weed in Texas (yet), but we figure you can partake in the closest corollary: cannabidiol, aka, CBD. It's definitely not the same, but it can still take the edge off if you're feeling prickly. Get in the spirit of 4/20 with these local restaurants and shops that are happy to help.

12:20PM Fri. Apr. 19, Savannah J Salazar Read More | Comment »

Saving Emily Dickinson From History in Wild Nights With Emily
Was Emily Dickinson queer and does it matter? Filmmaker Madeleine Olnek says yes and yes: “It matters that she was loved and that her love was for another woman.” This, in a nutshell, is what Olnek’s Wild Nights With Emily hopes to set straight – or queer, if you will.

9:55AM Fri. Apr. 19, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

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Trans UT Student Isn’t Giving Up on School or the Military
Shortly after the Department of Defense’s new transgender policy went into effect on Friday, April 12, Map Pesqueira’s scholarship to attend the University of Texas at Austin was voided. Pesqueira, a freshman, is a Radio-Television-Film and American Studies dual major, a member of UT’s Reserve Officers' Training Corps, and a transgender man.

2:57PM Thu. Apr. 18, Lilli Hime Read More | Comment »

The Mayor's State of the City Is … Mixed
With a little help from Charles Dickens, Mayor Steve Adler delivered a mixed but certainly subdued “State of the City” address Wednesday night at City Hall. It’s the “best of times” for the city’s “Golden Moment” of successfully addressing its “major challenges.” And it’s the “worst of times” for the “looming shadow” of sabotage by state government.

2:40PM Thu. Apr. 18, Michael King Read More | Comment »

Barking up Austin's Kink Tree
Tails will wag this weekend when Aussie pups Pup Boss and Gpup of Sirius Pup, an online platform offering human pup training videos and resources, hightail it to the capital city for two days of pups, handlers, mistresses, and masters training, plus some good ol’ doggone partying.

1:35PM Thu. Apr. 18, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

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Senate Bill Could Kill Deal to Build Pro Soccer Stadium in Austin Precourt argues SB 1771 would “jeopardize the viability of Austin FC”
Mayor Steve Picks Mayor Pete for President Adler endorses, introduces Buttigieg at 2020 campaign kickoff
Austin Bold Tells PETA to Go Kick a Chicken "Farmer in the Del Valle" promotion raises animal activists' hackles
Old Settler’s Music Fest Resets Behind Biggest Headliners to Date Second gathering in Tilmon points the way forward

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