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Texas Opens COVID-19 Vaccines to All Adults Beginning March 29
Beginning Monday, March 29, all adults in Texas will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, said the Texas Department of State Health Services today (March 23).

12:38PM Tue. Mar. 23, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

APD Veteran Named Interim Police Chief as City Launches Speedy Search
Assistant Chief Joe Chacon has gotten the nod from City Manager Spencer Cronk to serve as the interim leader of the Austin Police Department while the city undergoes a search for its next chief of police.

3:39PM Mon. Mar. 22, Austin Sanders Read More | Comment »

SXSW Film Review: Mau
It’s difficult not to look at Bruce Mau’s upbringing and see how it informs the famed designer’s ethos. Raised in the Sixties in Sudbury, Ontario, that city had a huge nickel mining industry, and the landscape of Mau’s childhood was one big chemical desert.

2:00PM Mon. Mar. 22, Josh Kupecki Read More | Comment »

SXSW Film Review: Sound of Violence
While a good score is typically an element of horror films that will often get singled out as a highlight, it’s rare you find genre offerings wherein the music acts as the narrative driving force of the plot.

11:49AM Mon. Mar. 22, Trace Sauveur Read More | Comment »

Yoga Burn Renew Reviews - Is Renew Deep Sleep Supplement Legit?
Renew Deep Sleep and HGH Support Formula is an all-in-one supplement for people who are suffering from multiple issues inside their bodies due to a lack of sleep.

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SXSW Film Review: Under the Volcano
There was a recording studio in the hills on the Caribbean island of Montserrat. Now it is little more than an overgrown ruin, devastated by a volcanic eruption in 1995, but in the Seventies and Eighties it was the birthplace of some of the era’s most popular music.

11:33AM Sun. Mar. 21, Shane Pfender Read More | Comment »

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SXSW Music Review: NPR’s Tiny Desk Charms & Swaggers
For over a decade now, Bob Boilen’s cramped workstation at NPR headquarters in D.C. has staged some of the biggest names in music. Tiny Desk concerts play out intimate, unorthodox, and sometimes hilariously awkward, but always engaging and often spectacular.

6:25PM Sat. Mar. 20, Doug Freeman Read More | Comment »

SXSW Panel Recap: Live Music in Venues – What’s Next?
Moderated by Andy Gensler of Pollstar, Iridium’s Grace Blake joined Troubadour agency associate Amy Madrigali and CEO/President Dayna Frank of Minneapolis venue First Avenue for a brief glimpse into the future of the nationwide live music industry via a prerecorded panel discussion noontime Saturday.

3:00PM Sat. Mar. 20, Greg Stitt Read More | Comment »

SXSW Music Review: Northern Expo Perfects the Concept of a Remote Showcase With Arctic Circle Concert Film
Do you recall having to present your grade school science fair project, and another student raises the bar so high that your work looks like complete trash by comparison? Perhaps they made a robotic hand that plays piano, while you’ve been dumping Coca-Cola onto a house plant.

2:30PM Sat. Mar. 20, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

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