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Batman’s Iconic Emblem Lights up Lady Bird Lake for Caped Crusader’s 80th Anniversary
On at least one thing 500 humans and a million Mexican free-tailed bats agree: When it's Batman's 80th birthday, you gotta come out.

6:40PM Mon. Mar. 18, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

SXSW Comedy: Doug Loves Movies Podcast Recording
Some things end with a bang. Some end with a whimper. But what if there was a better, middle way?

10:35AM Mon. Mar. 18, Rosalind Faires Read More | Comment »

SXSW Comedy: Loud Village Live Stand-Up Showcase
It’s a funny thing, stand-up at 6pm. You have an hour or so of light left. Afternoon musical performances are wrapping up as the night’s acts are loading in up and down Sixth Street. The all-day SXSWers are looking for their second wind, and the people with 9-to-5s (or finally receding hangovers) are just starting their day’s adventures.

2:10PM Sat. Mar. 16, Rosalind Faires Read More | Comment »

DC Swoops Into SXSW to Kick Off Batman's 80th Anniversary
If you're looking to launch the global celebration of a certain Dark Knight's 80th bat-day, where better than a spot where a million bats make a choreographed flight into the night every sunset? So thought Batman publisher DC, which is kicking off its worldwide #LongLiveTheBat party at the Ann W. Richards Congress Avenue Bridge on Fri., March 15.

2:20PM Fri. Mar. 15, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

SXSW Virtual Cinema: Eleven Eleven
Note: Set on the island planet of Kairos Linea, Eleven Eleven is a multilinear narrative that places users in the center of the action as its inhabitants count down the final 11 minutes and 11 seconds to an extinction-level event.

12:59PM Thu. Mar. 14, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

SXSW VR Cinema: Mars Home Planet
You want to know what it’s like to experience this new virtual reality creation that started off as a collaboration between Hewlett-Packard and NVIDIA and swaths of artists and scientists and is now a ready-for-primetime presentation that’s 14 minutes long and at least as hi-res as the screen you’re reading this on.

8:00AM Thu. Mar. 14, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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SXSW Comedy: The Laugh Button Live!
Tuesday night Amy Miller hosted SXSW Comedy's The Laugh Button Live! with Gotham Comedy Club showcase, featuring comics Ian Edwards, Erin Foley, and Erik Griffin. They were joined by comedian Matt Braunger and surprise guest Kathy Griffin.

2:30PM Wed. Mar. 13, Ashley Moreno Read More | Comment »

SXSW VR Cinema: Re-Animated
Danish environmental artist Jakob Kudsk Steensen “believes he and other ecologically-minded artists can one day bring long-lost species like the small Kaua'i 'ō'ō back from the dead, using a combination of technology, digital archiving tools, and a whole lot of artistic imagination,” reported Engadget back in May of last year.

4:30PM Tue. Mar. 12, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

SXSW Comedy: Standup Downtown
The eclectic SXSW Comedy Standup Downtown showcase Monday night covered a lot of ground, featuring Jena Friedman (The Daily Show), Mike Lawrence (Inside Amy Schumer), Sam Jay (Saturday Night Live), Todd Barry (The Crowd Work Tour), and Ricky Velez (Master of None).

1:40PM Tue. Mar. 12, Ashley Moreno Read More | Comment »

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