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Day Trips & Beyond: March Events Roundup
This month marks the anniversary of the beginning of the pandemic. Traveling is tough, but we’ve learned new protocols and become cautiously optimistic about venturing out again.

4:00PM Fri. Mar. 5, Gerald E. McLeod Read More | Comment »

Council Recap: A Not-Just-Symbolic Promise to Lift Up Black Austin
The Austin City Council has officially apologized for the role the city has played and may still be playing to disenfranchise Black Austinites – from the city’s founding in 1839, when the local economy depended on slave labor, through today as disparities between Black and white Austinites persist.

1:00PM Fri. Mar. 5, Austin Sanders Read More | Comment »

Aviary x Sour Duck: Burger Pop-Up on Tuesday & Wednesday
Lost crops and livestock, burst water mains, power outages for days: Central Texas farmers were hit especially hard by the recent snow-and-freeze that smacked ERCOT upside the head and devastated much of our unregulated state.

11:20AM Fri. Mar. 5, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Alamo Drafthouse Reunites Lord of the Rings Cast
If The Lord of the Rings taught us anything, it's that only together can you succeed. That's why the Alamo Drafthouse is presenting a new series of Q&As to go with the upcoming 4K release of Peter Jackson's adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's landmark trilogy - and they won't just be available at the Drafthouse.

3:01PM Thu. Mar. 4, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Bigger, Badder ... Couchier? ATX TV Expands for Second Virtual Year
It's time for some appointment viewing and virtual water cooler conversations: ATX TV Festival will be back for another round of virtual programming this summer, and it's bigger than ever.

10:00AM Thu. Mar. 4, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Powell St. John at the Webb Gallery
One of the best shows to ever grace the impressive gallery at Austin’s much-missed Domy Books was an exhibition of the paraphernalia and heraldic devices of mystically inclined fraternal organizations: “As Above So Below: The Art of the Secret Society.”

10:00AM Thu. Mar. 4, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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Powell St. John at the Webb Gallery
The 2020-2021 Austin Music Awards Presentations
Our man with a van, Kevin Curtin, surprised this year's Austin Music Award winners with a novelty check, gifts, and the appreciation from a thankful city. You voted and we're celebrating your choices with a little help from our sponsor, Cap Metro.

12:00AM Thu. Mar. 4, James Renovitch Read More | Comment »

Trans Crowdfund Live Brings Laughs, Art, and Gender-Affirming Care Support
The origin of Friday’s Trans Crowdfund Live virtual show begins when local activist and artist KB Brookins, after receiving gender-affirming surgery last April, was struck by an alarmingly common reality for many in the trans community. “I realized a lot of these costs around gender-affirming care are pretty astronomical.”

7:30PM Wed. Mar. 3, James Scott Read More | Comment »

Who Lacks Snacks?
Sheltering at home so much, we tend to grab a snack between meals. Hell, let’s admit it: We tend to grab a snack between meals regardless of the situation. And we get tired of the same-old same-old snacks day after day, don’t we? Besides that many of those same-old snacks aren’t quite as basically healthy as the new snacks being brought to market these days …

3:25PM Wed. Mar. 3, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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