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Live Music Soundtrack for Your Weekend
There's more this 4/20 weekend than just celebrating Mary Jane. Twerk out some riddim at the Austin Reggae Festival, get that hipster-rock on with the Breeders, and witness the miracle of young people playing accordion. Yes, young people play accordion. See more of our recommended events (music and otherwise) at austinchronicle.com/events.

2:40PM Fri. Apr. 20, The Music Staff Read More | Comment »

Austin Dines Out for Life and ASA
Tuesday takes eating out to a whole other level. Sure, Dining Out for Life, a fundraiser of AIDS Services of Austin, is not a new idea or new to Austin, but damn, does it taste better every year.

1:40PM Fri. Apr. 20, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Five Recommended Arts Events In Austin This Weekend
In case you’re not, you know, already too crazy busy this weekend, citizen:

1:30PM Fri. Apr. 20, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Hot Luck Offers Discount for Chronicle Readers
Are you on the fence about getting tickets for one of the Hot Luck events this year? Allow us to tip you off that fence with a 15% discount for some of the food and music fest's biggest events.

3:45PM Thu. Apr. 19, James Renovitch Read More | Comment »

Voter Registration Closes on April 23
Residents who register to vote on or before Monday, April 23, will be able to cast a ballot in the May 22 election run-off.

12:00PM Thu. Apr. 19, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

CodeNEXT Public Hearings Open to Austin Residents
The dates are set. The CodeNEXT staff policy recommendation (a.k.a. draft three) will arrive at City Council in late May.

4:00PM Wed. Apr. 18, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

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LBJ Library Celebrates Fight for Equality in American Sports
In the spring of 1947, before a crowd of 20,000, a 28-year-old Jackie Robinson became the first player in the modern era of baseball to break the sport’s color line. Robinson would go on to become an influential member of the civil rights movement; demonstrating that anyone, no matter the color of their skin, could make it in the professional world of sports.

7:00AM Wed. Apr. 18, Milo Webb Read More | Comment »

Moontower Comedy 2018: Shmanners
Maybe it’s counterintuitive to kick off a comedy festival with a show about how to behave – talk of manners conjures images of frosty multi-course dinners at Downton Abbey. But the Moontower Comedy Festival was onto something when it booked Travis and Teresa McElroy to do a live show of their hit podcast Shmanners on Wed., April 18.

12:01PM Mon. Apr. 16, Rosalind Faires Read More | Comment »

Utopia Fest Announces New Location and Lineup
To transplant utopia, one must first locate paradise. Last fall, Utopia Fest founder Travis Sutherland bid adieu to his family’s Four Sisters Ranch at the Southern tip of the Texas Hill Country in Uvalde County where it had been held for nine years. Today, organizers revealed that the event will take up residence on a sprawling private ranch near Burnet.

10:01AM Mon. Apr. 16, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

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