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Seven Spots to Get Amazing Tamales in Austin
Delicious, portable, and endlessly customizable with an infinite variety of possible fillings, tamales are a crowd-pleasing treat that never gets old.

8:00AM Sat. Jan. 26, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

Pelvis Wrestley Frontman Benjamin Violet Finds His Way Home
Benjamin Violet can’t seem to quit Austin. He came, then came back, but somewhere in between did a ten-year stint in the Pacific Northwest, got married, got divorced, and had a musical reinvention.

10:55AM Fri. Jan. 25, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Central Market Announces Curbside Service at Their Original Austin Store Location
Here are six not-to-be-missed food news bites with events starting tomorrow.

7:16AM Fri. Jan. 25, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

Tickets on Sale Now for Austin Oyster Fest, Austin Women in Culinary Dinner, and Austin Food & Wine Festival
January – the month we all resolve not to enjoy any of life’s pleasures – is almost over, and just in time: Austin’s culinary scene has promised rich rewards on the horizon.

4:48PM Thu. Jan. 24, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

Kinda Tropical Closed, Owes $63K in Taxes
Fans of Kinda Tropical were disheartened last week when the Eastside bar, eatery, and bodega shuttered abruptly. Ownership has made no public statement, aside from a handwritten note left on the door that reads: “Hi Neighbors. We will be closed until further notice.”

1:13PM Thu. Jan. 24, Jessi Cape and Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Three Queer Comedians To See at Fallout Theater’s Anniversary
It’s not that straight people aren’t funny. We just think queers are funnier. Sure, we might be a little biased, but this is the Qmmunity section, after all, so can you blame us?

12:35PM Thu. Jan. 24, Lilli Hime Read More | Comment »

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Adding to Pile: SXSW’s Fifth Artist List
Only 46 days remaining until South by Southwest’s Music week, slackers better begin scouring the lineup for their new favorite acts. May we suggest aesthetically unpredictable Aussie singer/guitarist/artiste Kirin J. Callinan or Har Mar Superstar and Sabrina Ellis’ new collabo, Heart Bones?

10:00AM Thu. Jan. 24, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Arturo Sandoval Sounds His Horn
Closing in on 40 albums while boasting 10 Grammys, Arturo Sandoval’s legend speaks for itself. Cuban-born, the 70-year-old trumpeter recently scored Clint Eastwood’s film The Mule after releasing Ultimate Duets, an album featuring icons from Stevie Wonder to Pharrell. Catch him Friday for two shows at the One World Theatre.

9:00AM Thu. Jan. 24, Jeremy Steinberger Read More | Comment »

Friends and Family Gather to Honor Activist Nadine Eckhardt
Friends and family gathered Tuesday evening, Jan. 22, at Saengerrunde Hall to honor and memorialize the late Nadine Eckhardt, who died in Austin Dec. 8, at 87. “Those of you … who were touched by Nadine,” said Curtis Graves, “you will never forget her.”

3:30PM Wed. Jan. 23, Michael King Read More | Comment »

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Fleetwood Mac Goes a New Way at Frank Erwin Center Slow start aside, don’t dream it’s over
Texas Barbecue Icon Rick Schmidt Passes Away Former Kreuz Market owner helped shape the Lockhart barbecue scene
Georgetown Man Charged in Attack on Gay Couple Downtown Frank Macias being charged with two counts of aggravated assault
Second Arrest Made in Suspected Hate Crime Quinn O’Connor has been charged with two counts of aggravated assault

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