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for Mon., May 7
  • Black Friday: Free Day of Yoga at Yoga Yoga

    Give yourself a break from the hustle and bustle of this Thanksgiving weekend. Bring your family and friends - or just yourself - and enjoy free classes at all 4 of our studios. This is a great opportunity to try that new yoga style you've been meaning to check out. Choose from Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Restorative, Hatha, and More! Take one class or as many as you'd like!
    Fri., Nov. 23  
    Yoga Yoga
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  • Community

    Civic Events

    A Democratic Candidate Forum for HD 46

    Join The Texas Tribune for a forum with Sheryl Cole and Chito Vela – the two Dem candidates for House District 46.
    Mon., May 7, 6:30-8pm. Free.  
  • Community

    Sports

    Texas Stars

    The Stars face the Tucson Roadrunners during the AHL playoffs.
    May 9 & 11, 7pm. $22-58.  
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    Civic Events

    Community Forum With Interim Austin Police Chief Brian Manley

    Ask questions and share concerns with Interim Police Chief Manley to help City Manager Spencer Cronk name a permanent chief. Can't attend? Email (or tweet with #OurNextChief) your questions in advance and watch it live on ATXN or Facebook Live. Spanish interpretation provided along with on-site supervised children's activities.
    Mon., May 7, 6-7:30pm  
    Turner-Roberts Recreation Center, 7201 Colony Loop Dr.
  • Music

    Hayley Kiyoko, Allie X

    “Lesbian Jesus,” aka LGBT hero Hayley Kiyoko Alcroft, walks on water. In girl group the Stunners, she began addressing her sentiments to the pop world as a queer woman. Then 2015 electro wave “Girls Like Girls” blew up with glitzy and loopy beats prophesying her experiences with love in the 21st century.
    Mon., May 7, 7pm
  • Community

    Sports

    Round Rock Express

    May 11 is Star Wars Night.
    Vs. New Orleans. $7-16.
  • Arts

    Books

    Scott Specht: Coffee Lids

    Coffee … lids? Seriously, a fully illustrated compendium of the various types of disposable coffee-cup lids available in this world, as compiled by Specht and fellow architect Louise Harpman, including lively field guides to their classification system and patent drawings for the most unusual designs. It's a small book – just large enough for each of the many pages to hold the life-size image of a coffee lid – and yet the handsome volume is so graphically compelling that it's perfect for displaying on your … well, yes, on your coffee table.
    Mon., May 7, 7pm
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