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Art Caravan for the Children's Act of Creative Resistance
Through her artwork, she resisted SB 4, took a stand for DREAMers, and fought back against white supremacy. Now Yocelyn Riojas is taking on a new challenge, and this time it’s at the border.

10:00PM Fri. Jun. 29, Eilish O'Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Music to Wave Flags By
Hey, citizen: Before the rockets' red glare steals the thunder from Independence Day this year, be sure to fill your ears with some patriotic tuneage. The Fourth just isn't the Fourth without a spirited rendition of our National Anthem, an ode to America's natural splendors and democratic ideals, or a rousing military march.

1:45PM Fri. Jun. 29, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Five Recommended Arts Events This Weekend
If you don’t want to miss a good Portland thing, fuckin’ move to Portland and follow their recommendations. Same for Brooklyn, San Francisco, Las Vegas, yadda-yadda-yadda.Austin is your city, and its delights await you right now:

9:15AM Fri. Jun. 29, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Dave Chappelle Hits the Stateside This Wednesday
Legendary stand-up comedian and actor Dave Chappelle has announced a last-minute gig at the Stateside at the Paramount for Wed., June 27, 8pm. That's tomorrow! An intimate venue for one of the greatest and most controversial stand-ups alive.

10:44AM Tue. Jun. 26, Mark Fagan Read More | Comment »

Primed for Some Literary Vibranium?
This being the Year of Black Panther hasn't escaped the notice of Austin’s African American Book Festival. With the slogan "Literary Vibranium," the 12th edition on June 23 features local comics scribe Evan Narcisse (Rise of the Black Panther) and Paul Coates, father to Black Panther writer Ta-Nehisi Coates.

4:00PM Fri. Jun. 22, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Beachcombing Is Always Better With a Good Companion
Now that summer has officially begun, you can finally start combing those beaches without worrying that you’re doing it in, like, the wrong season or something. (J/K – any season is good.) But what’s the best way to do it, anyway, this beachcombing activity? Luckily, we know someone who knows – and she’s written a book to tell you.

7:00AM Fri. Jun. 22, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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Fair Youth Make Fairer Shakespeare
I'm not saying people over the age of 18 can't do Shakespeare well – that Judy Dench sure speaks his speech trippingly on the tongue – but when youngsters get hold of the Bard, well, that's when Shakes gets real. Don't believe it? Then go sample the work this weekend by Camp Shakespeare and Austin Shakespeare's youth troupe.

5:45PM Thu. Jun. 21, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Texas Book Festival Announces First Confirmed Authors for October Fest
We’re six months away from October’s Texas Book Festival, and two months shy of the traditional August lineup drop, but the TBF wants to get you excited now. Hence today’s sneak peek at a smattering of confirmed authors, including one that’s a dead lock for all the fiction prizes out there.

8:18PM Tue. Jun. 19, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

Edgar Cantero Scoobies the Fhtagn Right Out the Ol’ Lovecraft
It’s here: The new paperback edition of Meddling Kids, that clever AF Edgar Cantero’s second bestselling novel, and the author will be at BookPeople this coming Monday night to present the thing.

1:00PM Fri. Jun. 15, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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