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Come Again, You Resurrection Perverts
If you’re watching the David Lynch-driven revival of Twin Peaks these days, you’re grooving, as the hippies used to say, on some iconic, creepy, and increasingly mystical shit.

10:00AM Wed. Jul. 5, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

The Full English Is a Gas, Gas, Gas
“Catch a boat to England, baby, maybe to Spain,” sang the young musician Jackson Frank in 1965, in his seminal downer ballad “Blues Run the Game.”

3:00PM Tue. Jul. 4, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Wide Awake and Brilliant
Watching eight people perform publicly when they've all been awake for 45 hours might seem a cruel way to spend a Sunday afternoon. Aren't you just there to see those exhausted husks of humanity self-destruct? Not at Hideout Theatre's 48-Hour Improv Marathon; their eight were so whip-smart and quick-witted, they left you feeling dazed.

10:00AM Tue. Jul. 4, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Trans Comic Carina Magyar's Rising Star
Carina Magyar would tell you being a single, working mom in Texas isn't always a walk in the park, but she’s really hitting her stride in the booming Austin comedy scene. As the runner up in this year’s Funniest Person in Austin contest and Live at Coldtowne host, she’s become a comedic city gem with her unique and hilariously relatable jokes.

7:00AM Mon. Jul. 3, Courtney Naquin Read More | Comment »

Strike Up the Band!
Fireworks may provide the oohs and ahs on Independence Day, but when it comes to making your heart swell with patriotic pride, there better be music – our National Anthem, say, or an ode to America's natural splendors and democratic ideals, or a rousing military march. If you want a Fourth of July fix of patriotic music, here's where to find it.

9:00AM Sat. Jul. 1, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Getting Help for Art Venues ASAP
In his 2016 Music & Creative Ecosystem Omnibus Resolution, Mayor Steve Adler called the lack of affordable space for artists a priority concern. Working out how to address that took the city some time, but this week the Cultural Arts Division is rolling out its Art Space Assistance Program and telling artists how they can tap its $200,000 in aid.

4:25PM Tue. Jun. 27, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

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Celebrating Shondee Superstar
Twelve weeks ago, one of Austin's funniest, fiercest stand-up artists – and probably its best loved – left us way, way too soon. Lashonda Lester's star was on the rise, and we don't know anyone who didn't want to see it hit the big time and shine forever. Wednesday, the comedy community gathers to pay tribute to Lester and raise funds to aid her family.

3:06PM Tue. Jun. 27, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Rude Studios Open for Rentals
Let’s see: The Rude Mechs moved out of the Off Center on May 15, and here it is, not even six weeks later, and the theatre collective is opening a new 5,000-square-foot space . So much for going the Scarlett O’Hara route of weepily wondering, “Where shall we go? What shall we do?”

11:00AM Fri. Jun. 23, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Rude Studios Open for Rentals
Austin African American Book Festival Comes to Carver Museum
The Austin African American Book Festival celebrates its 11th year and, like years past, addresses the current state of Black culture and race in America.

4:15PM Wed. Jun. 21, Jennifer MacKenzie Murphy Read More | Comment »

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