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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 a nosy cop asking all the wrong questions. So each week, we’ll fill you in on films, readings, book clubs, and more where crime does pay – for a while, anyway.

2:05PM Mon. Jul. 15, 2019, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Festival Founder Resurrects Spamarama After 12-Year Hiatus
After a 12-year hiatus, the Moontower Saloon in South Austin will host Spamarama on July 6, a festival celebrating the many uses of the oft-maligned canned-meat product.

7:00AM Thu. Jul. 4, 2019, Alexandra Currie-Buckner Read More | Comment »

July Is Crime Month: The Crime Blotter, Week 1
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 a nosy cop asking all the wrong questions. So each week, we’ll fill you in on films, readings, book clubs, and more where crime does pay – for a while, anyway.

4:20PM Mon. Jul. 1, 2019, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Juegos Rancheros Holds Final Meetup of the Year
Juegos Rancheros, Austin’s indie game nonprofit, announced it will host its final meetup of the year on Wednesday, July 3.

10:00AM Fri. Jun. 28, 2019, James Renovitch Read More | Comment »

Cyclists Take to the Track for Bike Night at Circuit of the Americas
Pedal-pushers of various skill and fitness levels rejoiced as Bike Night returned this month to Circuit of the Americas. The weekly events allow cycling enthusiasts to take to the smooth 3.4-mile, 20-turn track normally reserved for significantly speedier conveyances.

8:00AM Sun. Jun. 23, 2019, Reid Jowers Read More | Comment »

Bullock Museum Commemorates 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage in Texas
On the second floor of the state history galleries, guarded by the zinc and iron sword of the Capitol building’s original Goddess of Liberty statue, the latest exhibit at the Bullock Texas State History Museum marks the centennial anniversary of women’s suffrage in Texas.

7:00AM Fri. Jun. 14, 2019, Savana Dunning Read More | Comment »

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Party World Rasslin’s First All-Queer Tag Team
Spectacle is one powerful piece of coinage, used when one knows the scene unfolding is on a level above the everyday. Performance without spectacle is the realm of soggier folk, those who watched the original Hairspray and thought, “Hm. Too spicy for me,” and to that realm, one mustn’t wander.

8:00AM Thu. Jun. 13, 2019, James Scott Read More | Comment »

Queer Film Theory 101 Unearths Not-So-Straight Movies
Movies aren’t born into vacuums where they retain their initial shape. Instead, these celluloid visions fall into the hot little hands of humanity who mold them in their own image, particularly the queer community, who rarely gets representation that doesn’t need a little tweaking.

9:00AM Tue. Jun. 4, 2019, James Scott Read More | Comment »

Queer Collaboration Yields Otherworldly Campiness in p1nky and The Kwane: Another Soup Opera!
An offhanded joke from a night at Cheer Up Charlie’s provided the spark.

11:00AM Wed. May 29, 2019, Mac Irvine Read More | Comment »

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