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Guneez Ibrahim Discusses Diversity, Leadership at Saturday’s TEDxUTAustin
For its 2019 conference “Origins of Tomorrow,” which takes place Saturday (April 6), the TEDxUTAustin team sought speakers at the University of Texas to address sustainability and innovation, including senior Sociology and Design major Guneez Ibrahim, who made waves in 2018 during UT’s Student Government elections.

3:40PM Thu. Apr. 4, 2019, Alex Puente Read More | Comment »

Nearly 50 Food, Music, & Arts Festivals to Keep You Busy This Spring
Spring is a glorious time in Austin, a three-month stretch of perfect weather and every weekend packed with music, food, and arts festivals, craft fairs, and all kinds of cultural experiences. We’ve rounded up nearly 50 to choose from; now you've got no excuse not to leave the house.

3:30PM Wed. Apr. 3, 2019, Alyssa Hiarker and Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

Drag Star Alyssa Edwards Reminisces About Camp Tazo
Thirty strangers bound together at a campground in the small town of Marble Falls, Texas, await their host, while across Lake Ted a Texas-born star and performer prepares her grand entrance.

11:55AM Mon. Apr. 1, 2019, Alex Puente Read More | Comment »

Austin’s Queer Gym Transform Fitness to Close
It’s official, Erica Nix’s Transform Fitness will hold its final class, Big Boy Yoga, on Saturday, before shuttering for good. But there’s no use crying over closed queer spaces – or, at any rate – Nix doesn’t want your tears. Excited is the word she uses when asked about starting the next chapter in her career as a personal trainer.

5:00PM Thu. Mar. 28, 2019, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Party for a Good Cause at Out Youth’s Second Chance Prom
Don those shoulder pads, lace up those bright-white Keds, and tease that hair higher than yer fave queen on RuPaul’s, because Out Youth’s Eighties-themed Second Chance Prom is back again for another year, dear qweehs.

1:35PM Wed. Mar. 27, 2019, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Austin Kite Fest Celebrates 90 Years
Legend has it that on a particularly windy day in China, a farmer tied a string to his hat to keep it from blowing away while he worked. As the wind swept his hat off his head he guided it through the sky with its tether, and the very first kite was created.

7:00AM Wed. Mar. 27, 2019, Alyssa Hiarker Read More | Comment »

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Five Quintessentially Texan Things To Do In Austin
Liberal, laid-back Austin might be known as an outlier when it comes to Texan cities, but Southern charm runs deep through the city. Here’s a guide to five of the most quintessentially Texan things to do in Austin.

3:45PM Thu. Mar. 7, 2019, Alyssa Hiarker Read More | Comment »

The Ultimate Queer Guide to SXSW 2019
It’s here, it’s queer, it’s back again for another year. That’s right, y’all, it’s your ultimate guide to all things LGBTQIA-Z at this year’s South by Southwest. The massive 10-day fest returns Friday, March 8 and runs through Sunday, March 17, and – might we say – it’s looking v queer from over here.

8:00AM Fri. Mar. 1, 2019, Sarah Marloff and Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Celebrate National Drink Wine Day with The Bachelor
We’re all sick of the pink and red hearts, so here are six things that have nothing to do with Cupid’s birthday, or whatever that holiday is all about.

2:30PM Wed. Feb. 13, 2019, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

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