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Moontower Review: Ali Wong
Moontower Comedy Festival headliner Ali Wong no longer has what she called “the luxury of anonymity.” As she noted in her set Friday night, sure, you’re rich, but it means you can’t be “shitty to people in public.” She went on to explore her struggle with this newfound fame and the literal shit she deals with as a new mom.

11:33AM Mon. Apr. 24, Ashley Moreno Read More | Comment »

Austin's Weird Homes Tour Returns!
Some houses are weirder than others.

12:35PM Fri. Apr. 21, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

New Books Blooming Through the Blockchain
The story of a parent losing their grip on reality?

3:59PM Thu. Apr. 20, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Earth Day: Parks Through Prints
Maybe you can't spend Earth Day jetting around the country and visiting our national parks (and what kinda respect for the environment would that show anyhow?), but you can drink in the grandeur and natural beauty of more than 20 parks this week without leaving Austin, thanks to a special showing of prints in the Fifty-Nine Parks Series.

1:50PM Wed. Apr. 19, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Fusebox Festival: Rosalyn Nasky’s Potential
This performance doesn’t take place on top of Mansfield Dam, please note.

1:00PM Wed. Apr. 12, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

In Memoriam: Lashonda Lester
Lashonda Lester was the funniest person in Austin. She used her voice like a whip. If something was out of joint, Lashonda would be the first to notice, the first to call it out, and her word had the finality of a judgment.

12:20PM Fri. Apr. 7, Carina Magyar Read More | Comment »

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MondoCon Heads Downtown
Everyone's been wondering what will happen to the Austin American-Statesman offices now that the riverfront property no longer houses its printworks. At least its fate is clear for one weekend in November: it will host MondoCon, the Drafthouse-affiliated celebration of movie prints, collectibles, soundtracks, and original art.

6:30PM Thu. Apr. 6, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Texas Burlesque Festival Does the Whole Shebang!
There's a story that there hasn't been burlesque on the stage of the Paramount Theatre since before America entered World War II. Legend has it that's when Sally Rand, mistress of the peacock feather fan and inventor of the bubble dance, lit up the stage.

1:30PM Thu. Apr. 6, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Five Different Things To Do In Austin This Weekend
No, for real – step away from those goddamn screens for a minute, OK?

10:00AM Thu. Apr. 6, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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