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Goodluckhavefun Gallery Gets a Visit From “Yours,” Truly
Last Sunday, I pulled up on the curving driveway of Goodluckhavefun – a gallery curated within the garage of a house on Enfield Road. Waiting for me was not just co-founder and artist Tim McCool, but also the intriguing exhibition “Yours,” that featured six queer artists and their pieces on how objects teach their viewers how to see them.

9:30AM Sat. Jan. 14, 2023, James Scott Read More | Comment »

Review: Street Corner Arts' The Gulf
Two lesbians are fighting in a boat… No, this is not the set-up for what is sure to be a bad joke; nor is it the beginning of a bad review. It’s what Audrey Cefaly’s The Gulf is about, plain and simple.

4:47PM Thu. Dec. 15, 2022, Shanon Weaver Read More | Comment »

The Golden Hornet Project: Tiny Large Sounds
Acclaimed Austin-based composer laboratory Golden Hornet hosts a fundraiser tonight for its recent commission: Insectum.

10:35AM Fri. Dec. 2, 2022, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

K-pop Roundup: Where to Ride the Hallyu in Austin
According to The Washington Post, roughly 90% of K-pop views on YouTube come from outside of South Korea. It's no mystery that these idol groups are taking over the world. Whether you are just a casual listener, or consider yourself a borderline sasaeng fan, check out these resources for how to gather with other K-pop lovers.

2:30PM Thu. Dec. 1, 2022, Leena Alali Read More | Comment »

Seth Meyers and Devon Walker Bringing the Funny to Moontower
Late night TV is taking over the 2023 Moontower Just For Laughs Austin (April 12-23) with the city's latest addition to the Saturday Night Live crew, Devon Walker, and the Emmy-winning host of Late Night With Seth Meyers (checks notes) Seth Meyers joining The Daily Show's Trevor Noah as part of next year's roster of laughter-makers.

12:00PM Thu. Dec. 1, 2022, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Holiday Eventsoff the Beaten Path
As the weather gets colder (and then randomly hotter), the Austin holiday season wouldn’t be complete without tried and true events like the spectacle of Mozart’s and the Trail of Lights. While those classics hold a special place in our hearts, we have some recommendations off the beaten path for you to expand your winter traditions this year.

2:45PM Tue. Nov. 29, 2022, Ali Juell Read More | Comment »

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Five Gifts of Literary Delight for You or Anyone Lucky Enough to Be Your Friends or Family
You want to read books that enrich your life? That make you think, make you laugh, maybe make you cry or rage on behalf of the characters and situations therein? Here are five recent and compelling works of wordcraft to fulfill that desire, to make you glad that everything storywise is not about what’s hot on Netflix or HBO or whatever right now.

10:00AM Mon. Nov. 28, 2022, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Review: Austin Playhouse’s The (One-Act) Play That Goes Wrong
Playwrights Henry Lewis, Henry Shields, and Jonathan Sayer have made a career out of calling out the little mishaps, miscues, and occasional missed lines that take place during most theatrical productions and pumping them with steroids.

12:30PM Wed. Nov. 23, 2022, Bob Abelman Read More | Comment »

Malvern Books to Close
A sad turn of the page for Austin's readers: Malvern Books, a center for small press and alternative literature, will be closing on Dec. 31.

5:17PM Mon. Nov. 21, 2022, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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