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The Wicked Sounds of Sarah Shook & the Disarmers Comes to Austin
“We weren’t allowed to listen to anything that had any semblance of a strong rhythm,” recalls Sarah Shook of her childhood, a time spent living under a roof where secular music was banned. “My parents just felt like it was sinful or could lead to sinful things”

11:15AM Thu. Jan. 17, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Austin-Made Queer Film's Final Fundraising Push
“Three forsaken souls violently collide while drifting through urban purgatory.” If this sounds like the start of an enthralling film you can’t wait to Netflix and Chill to, well you’re in luck. Nate Locklear, the executive producer and director of the Austin-filmed indie flick God Made Man, says 2019 is the year this movie premieres.

2:55PM Wed. Jan. 16, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Fiore De Henriquez Is In Love With Clay
Unless you’ve experienced Fiore De Henriquez’s eccentricities firsthand or knew someone who did, you’ve likely never heard of her.

9:00AM Tue. Jan. 15, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Austin Pride 2019: The Date Is Set
Dust off your mirrorballs, feather your hair, and – if you’re feeling frisky – lace up those discothèque roller skates: Austin Pride has set its date for 2019 and they’re ready to boogie with you! So getcher rainbows ready, ex-out Saturday, August 10, now cuz we guarantee you’ll want to be one of Pride’s many dancing queens in 2019!

2:40PM Thu. Jan. 10, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

AJ Durand Invites Austinites to #getyourshittogether
Whether you’re hashtagging #NewYearNewYou or #NewYearSameYou, chances are you could probably use a #getyourshittogether workshop. Seriously, I just read a long essay on millennial burnout and feel confident when I say – we could all use some help with staying on task and feeling balanced in 2019.

7:00AM Thu. Jan. 10, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

HavenCon Will Return for Year Five
In January 2018, HavenCon creator Shane Brown announced that the fourth convention, held that April, would be the last for the state’s first and only geek and gaming convention dedicated to the LGBTQ community.

2:25PM Mon. Jan. 7, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

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Top 10 LGBTQ Victories Worldwide
In the battle for queer rights, 2018 wasn’t our best year here in the United States, but that’s not true elsewhere. Here are 10 international victories (in no particular order) to keep the spirit of queer liberation burning bright throughout the year’s end and beyond.

12:01AM Thu. Dec. 27, 2018, Ray Emerson Read More | Comment »

Let It Pop With Double Scorpio This Holiday Season
‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house, not a VHS needed cleaning, not even that one you never returned to Blockbuster. “Why?” you may ask. Because the stockings had long since been stuffed with Double Scorpio’s VHS cleaner, dear qweeahs.

1:40PM Wed. Dec. 19, 2018, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

CEO Chuck Smith Leaves Equality Texas
Equality Texas, a statewide political advocacy organization for LGBTQ rights, announced earlier today that CEO Chuck Smith is leaving the nonprofit after his 15-year tenure.

4:05PM Mon. Dec. 17, 2018, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

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South Indian and East Texas Cuisine Come Together at Puli-Ra Chef Deepa Shridhar revamps her model but stays true to her vision
Top 10 Festival Films You Haven't Seen Yet From charming zombies to pompous actors, 10 films to seek in 2019

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