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Five Recommended Arts Events This Weekend
Because SXSW 2018 is over, yes. But that doesn’t mean all local creative entertainment’s suddenly gone dormant like a sociocultural tardigrade hunkering down for an eight-legged nap, right?

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MetroRail's Moving Schedule
Over the past week, in an effort to improve the reliability of its MetroRail service, Capital Metro tried out a test schedule designed to reduce delays, moving arrival times up 10 minutes at each stop.

11:45AM Fri. Mar. 23, Nina Hernandez Read More | Comment »

Empowering Queer People of Color Through Health and Wellness
In its efforts to expand health care access to queer people of color, allgo is putting on their second annual Community Healing & Queer People of Color Health Fair at the Ground Floor Theatre on Saturday, March 24.

8:00AM Fri. Mar. 23, Mikaila Rushing Read More | Comment »

Graveside at The Death of Stalin
Armando Iannucci pauses for a moment, and asks me about my accent. "Ah, Yorkshire," he says. "Very good. Zhukov."

7:00AM Fri. Mar. 23, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Review: A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder
Onstage at the Brutalist-design Bass Concert Hall sits a Victorian theatre, complete with antique lighting sconces and a sumptuous red velvet curtain. It’s a proscenium within a proscenium and the perfect setting for A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder, which asks us to look at both its interior and exterior as we laugh our bloody fool heads off.

11:45AM Thu. Mar. 22, Shanon Weaver Read More | Comment »

Austin Bombings Suspect Dead
The primary person of interest in the series of bombings that detonated around Austin over the past three weeks is dead. Authorities located him at a hotel in Round Rock yesterday and pursued him down the frontage road until he pulled over and detonated a bomb inside his car.

8:47AM Wed. Mar. 21, Chase Hoffberger Read More | Comment »

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SXSW Film Review: Upgrade
Science fiction has long posited the idea of the ghost in the machine, Arthur C. Clarke's term for the consciousness in the computer, AI before AI was a thing. But what, asks cyberpunk action-thriller Upgrade, if it's the human mind that's the virtual specter?

9:54PM Mon. Mar. 19, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Bill Murray Plays It Straight – Mostly
Standing onstage in front of a packed Long Center on Sunday, Bill Murray fumbled a stack of paper that floated down from his podium. The pianist responded with a swing melody, then in came the cello with a blistering, out-of-tempo rendition of “Flight of the Bumblebee.”

5:30PM Mon. Mar. 19, Dan Gentile Read More | Comment »

The Blackheart Announces April Closing
The Blackheart, a musician’s oasis in the increasingly upscale Rainey Street district, will close at the end of April, co-owner Jeremy Murray confirmed on Monday. He had been trying to obtain a lease renewal for months, but to no avail, and finally learned that another ownership group had acquired it.

5:00PM Mon. Mar. 19, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

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The Blackheart Announces April Closing Rainey Street’s live music headquarters loses lease
Arrest Made in Fair Market Bomb Threat Police say Trevor Ingram made Saturday threat to Live Nation
Bomb in Southwest Austin Is Fourth in Past Two Weeks Two in hospital with non-life-threatening injuries
Austin Bombings Suspect Dead Suspect blew himself up early Wednesday as officers closed in

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