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Hamilton Comes to Bass Concert Hall in 2019
Your patience has paid off: Broadway sensation Hamilton is finally hitting Austin boards. Well, in 2019, that is.

11:14AM Tue. Feb. 20, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

Officer-Involved Shooting Monday Night
Police shot and killed a man last night in Southeast Austin after an investigation sparked by a domestic dispute and possible kidnapping turned into what Austin Police Chief Brian Manley called a “somewhat complex” 77-minute pursuit over three locations.

10:50AM Tue. Feb. 20, Chase Hoffberger Read More | Comment »

Facebook "Threat" Trial Delayed
Justin Carter’s long-awaited trial on charges that he made a “terroristic threat” on Facebook in 2013 will not begin tomorrow as expected. Last week, prosecutors filed a motion for continuance, thereby punting Carter’s trial indefinitely.

2:15PM Mon. Feb. 19, Austin Sanders Read More | Comment »

Five Things to Know If You're Thinking About Getting a Pet Rabbit
Dogs and cats are great, of course, but ferrets are a smelly handful, and goldfish mostly just provide a one-sided therapy session for lonely people. Hamsters are fine, but they have a dead stare about them that is a bit unnerving, and the less said about snakes the better.

11:11AM Mon. Feb. 19, Josh Kupecki Read More | Comment »

Shmu Vapes
The term “fusion” falls far short of communicating the latest sounds coming from Shmu. Austin’s outside-the-box bandleader has whipped up a glitchy synthesis of music’s creamiest genres: vaporwave, yacht rock, muzak, and smooth R&B.

10:30AM Mon. Feb. 19, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Why Is Art.Science.Gallery. Leaving Canopy?
Art.Science.Gallery. is leaving the Canopy complex on Springdale, its home since 2013.

The gallery, known for elegant and considered displays of artwork depicting and celebrating science, of artwork inspired by all things scientific, is going elsewhere.

10:30AM Mon. Feb. 19, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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Hobo Salon’s Lesson in Empathy
Described as a “street-based pop-up,” Hobo Salon provides free haircuts to Austin's queer youth experiencing homelessness. While offering cuts and fades to street kids, the local project, led by Lisa Donato, interviewed numerous clients during their time in the chair.

10:15AM Mon. Feb. 19, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

“It’s About Damn Time”
At nearly 1am Friday morning, after more than five hours of public testimony, City Council enacted an ordinance that (as of Oct. 1) will require most private businesses in Austin to provide six to eight days of annual paid sick leave to employees. The vote was 9-2, enabling passage on all three readings.

8:00AM Mon. Feb. 19, Michael King Read More | Comment »

Erica Nix's Multimedia Workout Works the OUTsider Crowd
Saturday night, OUTsider merry-makers (plus one dog) packed the Vortex tent to sweat, giggle, bounce, and vogue their way through the premiere of Austin’s queerly beloved fitness guru Erica Nix’s “Full Body Workout With Erica Nix.”

8:00AM Mon. Feb. 19, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

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