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Can You Help? Paul Feig Needs A Simple Favor
Wasn't it inevitable that, when Paul Feig made his first thriller, he'd have a little Hitchcock-esque cameo in there? But if you think you've seen him, he said, you're probably looking in the wrong place.

6:21AM Thu. Sep. 13, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Reminiscing With k.d. lang
In 1992, Canadian singer k.d. lang released her monumental breakthrough, Ingénue, a defining moment both in style and for its role in the LGBTQ rights movement. Twenty-five years on, calling from a Calgary smoky from wildfires, she reflects on revisiting the multiplatinum LP and creative rejuvenation ahead of playing the Paramount Theatre on Tuesday.

12:05AM Thu. Sep. 13, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Dai Due Taqueria and El Alma Win Tortilla Awards
Texas knows tacos, and Austin has a very intimate relationship with the popular food. So when the national Tortilla Awards came to Parlor & Yard on Tuesday, September 11, five local restaurants jumped at the chance to compete.

7:06PM Wed. Sep. 12, Alisha McDarris Read More | Comment »

Micael Priest 1951-2018
Micael Priest, whose poster art remains deeply representative of Austin music, passed away yesterday at age 66. He had been suffering from multiple health issues, including diabetes and a bad heart.

4:00PM Wed. Sep. 12, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Austin Drag Gets wILD
Hive Mind Hair Co. opened less than two months ago, but it's wasting no time flexing its proverbial muscle with a full slate of drag and comedy shows scheduled for after hours.

3:30PM Wed. Sep. 12, Hannah Wisterman Read More | Comment »

What’s So Funny About This Thursday Night?
Because it’s the Velveeta Room’s 30th birthday on Thursday, Sept. 13, see? Which means that the Downtown gem of stand-up comedy will be throwing a 30th birthday party that night. Which means that if a, whattayacallit, a meteorite? If a meteorite hits the place in the middle of the action …

3:30PM Wed. Sep. 12, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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Threadgill’s WHQ Will Close After Thanksgiving
Amid rising rent and lease uncertainty, Threadgill’s owner Eddie Wilson tried everything over the last couple of years to keep “clinging to the curb” at 301 W. Riverside.

12:37PM Wed. Sep. 12, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Gary Hart Biopic The Front Runner to Close Austin Film Festival
Get ready to rub shoulders with some Oscar nominees and winners at this year's Austin Film Festival. The festival dedicated to the work of the screenwriter just unleashed its second wave, including new films by Jason Reitman, Yorgos Lanthimos, and Asghar Farhadi.

10:00AM Wed. Sep. 12, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Things to Do Downtown During the Texas Tribune Festival
Here for the Texas Tribune Festival and need respite from politics? Downtown Austin has plenty of distractions, all without breaking a sweat. Well, maybe a little sweat.

7:00AM Wed. Sep. 12, Shalavé Cawley Read More | Comment »

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Cody Wilson Charged With Sexual Assault Local man behind 3D printed gun debate allegedly paid for sex with minor

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