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Abbott Don't Care, Real Fish and Faux, Crave Improves Pville, Everybody Requests Freebirds
It’s so reassuring to know, if you’re a food-service worker in the great we-don’t-need-no-gotdamn-federal-regulations state of Texas, that the governor’s got your back and wants only what’s best for you, right?

8:45PM Tue. Mar. 2, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Texas Executive Order Reopens Texas Businesses to 100% Capacity and Lifts Mask Mandate
Beginning next Wednesday, March 10, Texas will lift its statewide mask mandate and allow all businesses to fully reopen and operate at 100% capacity, announced Gov. Greg Abbott in a press conference earlier this afternoon.

5:30PM Tue. Mar. 2, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

Best Sugar Daddy Sites For Sweet Sugar Relationships (List of the Most Popular Sugar Baby Websites)"
Sugar dating is not a new concept, but online sugar dating is fairly new. Rich sugar daddies now use websites to meet sugar babies who can help provide companionship in exchange for material or monetary rewards.

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SXSW Creates XR Austin for Online Festival
Missing shouldering your way through the South by Southwest crowds? Lamenting that you won't have to work out how to sprint from Red River to Congress to catch a show? Don't panic: for its 2021 online iteration, SXSW has collaborated with extended reality experts VRrOOm to create a virtual downtown Austin in the SXSW Online XR world.

11:00AM Tue. Mar. 2, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

SXSW Creates XR Austin for Online Festival
The 2020-2021 Austin Music Awards Presentations
Our man with a van, Kevin Curtin, surprised this year's Austin Music Award winners with a novelty check, gifts, and the appreciation from a thankful city. You voted and we're celebrating your choices with a little help from our sponsor, Cap Metro.

7:00AM Tue. Mar. 2, James Renovitch Read More | Comment »

Violet Crown Reopening for Private Screenings With RSVP Cinema
Austin's Violet Crown Cinema is getting ready to bloom again, as management announced they are reopening for private screenings with their new RSVP Cinema program, where you can book your own movies to watch in a screen all to yourself.

7:20PM Mon. Mar. 1, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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5 Ways to Ride CapMetro During COVID-19
A lot of things are unpredictable these days, but CapMetro continues to be the safe, convenient and affordable option you can count on. Not only has CapMetro been keeping vehicles sanitized with electrostatic cleaning, but a few new services have popped up since the pandemic hit to help you get where you need to go with confidence.

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Booze News & Views
What’s going on in the Austin-based world of alcoholic beverages? What’s good beyond this city and the rest of the state? Good questions, those.

10:00AM Mon. Mar. 1, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Council Recap: Melting Snow Everywhere, And Not A Drop to Drink
With hundreds, possibly thousands of Austin residents still without water, and others struggling to repair damage from last week’s historic winter storms, City Council emphasized at its special-called meeting Friday, Feb. 26 that the crisis is not yet behind us.

3:15PM Fri. Feb. 26, Austin Sanders Read More | Comment »

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