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  • POP Cats 2018

    Cat lovers, get ready to paw-ty! POP Cats, a two-day convention celebrating adorable felines, art, and pop culture, is making its Texas debut this summer at Austin’s Palmer Events Center.
    Sat.-Sun., Aug. 25-26  
    Palmer Events Center
  • Up Around the Sun w/ Tim Kerr & Jerry Hagins, plus Ken Waldman

    Join Texas Music Hall of Fame inductee and artist Tim Kerr and his Up Around the Sun bandmate Jerry Hagins with "Alaska's Fiddling Poet" Ken Waldman for a Texas-sized evening of roots music, poetry, and art.
    Sat., Aug. 18, 8pm  
    Rollins Studio Theatre at the Long Center
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  • Music

    Beto O'Rourke benefit w/ Black Eyed Vermillion and more

    Unlike the sniveling corporate opponent, Texas’ U.S. Senate candidate Beto O’Rourke doesn’t take money from lobbyists or PACs. Austin bands ante up for El Paso’s Cruz crusher, bassist in Nineties post-hardcore unit Foss, with a Memorial Day fundraiser. Carnival barking pub rockers Shoulders, roots-punk meatgrinders Black-Eyed Vermillion, and dance sirens the Fontanelles highlight the blowout also featuring Uncle Pie Hole, Sabbath Crow, All Monsters Attack, Dirty Charley, and Austin Warren.
    Mon., May 28, 2pm  
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    Mural Unveiling & Barbecue

    Creative Action's Color Squad has partnered with GirlForward, a local organization dedicated to supporting refugee girls, to create a community-oriented mural for East Austin. Take a tour, grab some barbecue from Micklethwait, and cool off at the splash pad at this family-friendly unveiling.
    Mon., May 28, 5-7pm. Free.  
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Return of an Adventurer, Bon Voyage Sim & Kokoa

    Films of Moustapha Alassane: Pioneer filmmaker Moustapha Alassane made some of Niger's first short and feature films. His artistic approach combined painting, animation, ethnography, and the avant-garde, heavily influencing his West African contemporaries.
    Mon., May 28, 7:30  
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    The Hell Yes Project Olympics

    Eight local nonprofits compete in a field-day competition for a $1,000 prize. Events include a water balloon toss, speed cornhole, and "poop the potato." Additionally, ABGB will donate 5% of sales to charity.
    Mon., May 28, 3-8pm
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