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9 Best CBD Gummies on the Market Today
One of the most fun and convenient ways to take cannabidiol (CBD) is via CBD Edibles. One of the most popular edibles out there is a CBD gummy. No measuring, no droppers no accessories. CBD gummies are easy to dose, they’re portable, discreet and tasty!

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Hachet Alley Adds a Twist to Axe-Throwing
You’ve probably played a game of darts at some point in your life, right? A mainstay of dive bars, dart boards are commonplace all over the world, but there is a new(ish) sport that is making its way around the world. That sport is axe-throwing.

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The “Real Magic” at Fantastic Magic Camp
Campers at Fantastic Magic Camp will learn some magic tricks, along with some juggling skills, puppetry involving both arts and crafts and performing, comedy improvisation, storytelling, balloon sculpting, and much more. Every day campers get to watch performances by some of Austin’s best magicians and variety performers.

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Formula 1 Live Music Schedule 2019
Formula 1 weekend isn't just about the roar of the engines. It's also about live music from headliners like Pink and Imagine Dragons to local faves Grupo Fantasma and Shinyribs. Find a band or DJ that suits your ears and take a break from the track.

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This Week on The Austin Chronicle Show: Texas Book Festival Picks
This week it's a family affair on The Austin Chronicle Show as Arts Culture Robert Faires and daughter Rosalind Faires, one of the Chronicle's regular Books critics, take on the Texas Book Festival.

3:30PM Fri. Oct. 25, 2019, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

Día de los Muertos Events in Austin 2019
The spooky season doesn't die with Halloween. Keep in the festive fall spirit with local Día de los Muertos events. From traditional sugar skull making to pub crawls, Austin's takes on the centuries old Mexican celebration of life and death has something for everyone.

7:00AM Wed. Oct. 23, 2019, Addie Costello Read More | Comment »

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Glossier Is Coming to South Congress
If your Instagram is anything like mine, you too get daily targeted ads from Glossier – that internet-only, no-make makeup brand you can’t buy at Sephora.

8:00AM Mon. Oct. 21, 2019, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

This Week on The Austin Chronicle Show: Heavy Metal and the Late Chad Holt
Kevin Curtin settles into the hosting hot seat to dig into the perfect melding of heavy metal and, well, heavy metal.

3:30PM Fri. Oct. 18, 2019, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

Shop AF Pop-Up Spotlights Independent Brands
Cross a custom ax, olive oil Castile soap, a bespoke suit, or a rescue dog off your shopping list at Shop AF’s small-brand marketplace this weekend. If preteen-filled malls aren’t your style and you feel just a little twinge of guilt every time you add something to your Amazon cart, the weekendlong pop-up at Fair Market might be your shopping safe space.

12:35PM Fri. Oct. 18, 2019, Addie Costello Read More | Comment »

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