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Tame Impala, Snoop Dogg, and more descend on San Marcos for Float Fest, but from Headcrusher to Sam Smith, there's plenty to keep you around town this weekend.

4:00PM Thu. Jul. 19, The Music Staff Read More | Comment »

MASS Gallery Moving
On Sat., July 21, MASS Gallery brings to a close its 5 1/2-year run at 507 Calles, but don't think this 12-year-old Austin arts collective is going away for good. It's just going a little farther east, and you can help it get there if you show up for its farewell party/auction/fire sale 3-9pm.

2:26PM Thu. Jul. 19, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Draw for Fun Offers Inclusive and Welcoming Space for Artists
Back in 2015, Robin Borre found inspiration in the Windy City. A Chicago “Draw Jam” at the Learning Machine prompted her to lay the foundations of a new brand of artistic community - an inclusive and welcoming space, where creativity can flourish in new, inherently collaborative ways. In 2016, Draw for Fun was born.

1:39PM Thu. Jul. 19, Benjamin Speigner Read More | Comment »

Austin’s Gender Unbound Spotlights Trans and Intersex Creators
It’s no secret that Austin fosters trans and intersex creatives – just look to Xavier Schipani, Doodle Me Alive, and Ethan Draws Stuff for a start – which partially explains why Gender Unbound’s third annual festival is expanding from one day to a weekend-long event this September.

2:30PM Wed. Jul. 18, Charlie Neddo Read More | Comment »

Water Parks, Swimming Holes, and More Options to Keep You Cool
Who says you have to be miserable in these record-breaking Texas temperatures? Austin has an abundance of enjoyable outdoor water activities to choose from. From floating obstacle courses to nude parks and scenic swimming holes, we’ve gathered all the fun ways you can beat the heat this summer.

7:00AM Wed. Jul. 18, Eilish O'Sullivan Read More | Comment »

July Is Crime Month: The Crime Blotter, Week 3
Since July is Crime Month at the Chronicle, the ruffians and reprobates at this rag want to be sure you find as much trouble as possible before August shows up like your partner's body leaking blood like a bad oil pan on the floor of your office. So each week we'll fill you in on films, readings, book clubs, and more where crime does pay – for a while, anyway.

5:34PM Mon. Jul. 16, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

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Claudio Simonetti's Goblin Brings Back Suspiria
Suspiria vita! As the classic Italian horror gets an eagerly-awaited remake (which Quentin Tarantino is already praising), there's a chance for Austin audiences to see Dario Argento's 1977 masterpiece, with a live score by one of the founding members of the band that added those distinctive eerie tones to the score – Goblin.

4:00PM Mon. Jul. 16, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Celebrate Bastille Day in Austin
With the Fourth of July behind us, it’s time for the Fourth of July of France. Or the 14th of July, to be precise. That’s right, folks, it’s Bastille Day – a celebration of the world’s most famous jailbreak, your yearly chance to eat some snails, listen to Edith Piaf and, I don’t know, blow up a baguette or whatever the French equivalent of fireworks is.

2:00PM Fri. Jul. 13, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

Recommended Live Music for the Weekend
Metal to SoundCloud rap on Friday, beach rock and soul on Saturday, and some good ol' folk rock on Sunday, this weekend has it all.

8:00AM Fri. Jul. 13, The Music Staff Read More | Comment »

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JuiceLand Employee Harassed by Right-Wing Comedian Social media post sets off in-store confrontation
Ponty Bone (1939-2018) They didn’t call the accordionist Mr. South Austin for nothing
Drunk on a Train Four friends bar crawl their way down the Capital Metro Red Line
Jawbreaker, Last Band on the Titanic Saving lives decades on

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