Beam us up and away to a gayass galaxy far, far away, because it’s (almost) time for OUTsider Festival, Austin’s seventh annual queer transmedia fest, whose dates have changed, and will now run Fri.-Sun., March 5-7.
Have you ever seen something that’s so important you felt that everyone needed to know about it? What if you had the capability and the platform to share newsworthy stories to a large audience. Better yet, what if you could be compensated for it? That’s where MyPoint.tv comes in.
Did you ever imagine there would be a time when meeting in bars and nightclubs became passe? It’s strange but true. From pandemics to social anxiety to ridiculously high prices for drinks, many people find reasons to stay inside and log into their favorite dating site.
As holistic medicine becomes more & more popular in the U.S., new, natural substances are making waves. Things like Kava Kava tea that used to be almost unheard of are now found quite easily- but it can be hard to keep up! One product in particular, kratom, is quickly rising in popularity for a multitude of reasons.
Silencil is a nutritional supplement that claims to stop the ringing in your ears. The official website claims that by taking Silencil daily, you can purportedly stop certain symptoms of tinnitus. This supplement is promoted online by a man who suffered from a severe case of tinnitus but solved his problem using Silencil.
In lieu of the Austin Area Heritage Council’s annual march and day of service celebrating MLK Day, the organization will be hosting a socially distanced MLK Day In-Car Rally at St. James Missionary Baptist Church (3417 E. MLK) on Monday, Jan. 18, at 10:30am, to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy.