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  • Your CBD Store Austin, TX

    Come by Your CBD Store East Austin at 2124 E. 6th Street, Suite 106 and start your day feeling relaxed with a cup of java from Willie Nelson CBD infused coffee beans, Willie's Remedy Coffee Beans is their recent addition to their line of CBD products. Your CBD Store's CBD products are all-natural, organic, hemp-derived CBD products. Too busy to stop by? They made it convenient for you to get your favorite products delivered to your home by going to their website. Sign up for Your CBD Store 5 Star rewards program and receive 15% off your next purchase!
    Your CBD Store Austin
  • Esther's Follies

    Esther's Follies, "Austin's #1 Comedy Troupe" follows the funny in Washington, Austin, and on the internet. Hailed as Austin’s answer to Saturday Night Live, Esther’s has been entertaining sold-out audiences for over 42 years. It is a modern-day vaudeville revue like nothing else on the national comedy scene mixing political comedy, musical numbers, and Vegas-style magic into five performances every week.
    Thurs. at 8pm, Fri/Sat at 8pm & 10pm  
    Esther's Follies
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    Arts & Culture

    Eddie Izzard: Wunderbar

    WestBeth Entertainment, Moontower Comedy, and the Long Center are bringing Izzard’s new comedy tour to town. So, you: Cake or death?
    Mon. & Tue., June 10 & 11, 8pm. $52-72.  
    • Music

      Dark Funeral, Belphegor, Incantation, Hate, Vale of Pnath, Nightmarer, Whore of Bethlehem

      Bang for your $25? Try a murderers’ row of headliners: 26-year-old corpse-painted black metal Swedish Satanists Dark Funeral, 27-year-old blackened death metal Austrians Belphegor, 30-year-old DM kings Incantation, and 29-year-old corpse-painted death Poles Hate. Openers: Denver death techies Vale of Pnath and their Floridian counterparts Nightmarer, plus Austin BM brutalists Whore of Bethlehem.
      Mon., June 10, 6pm
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      Duff McKagan feat. Shooter Jennings

      Ahead of Guns N’ Roses’ headlining ACL Fest slot, Duff McKagan slings solo shots in support of his songwriter side on new LP Tenderness, a surprisingly country-tuned, steel-born, and introspective effort. Expect GNR deep cuts, with Grammy-notched producer and outlaw scion Shooter Jennings backing and opening with last year’s raw rocking Shooter.
      Mon., June 10, 7pm
    • Food

      Food Events

      Esporão: National Portugal Day with Evan Goldstein

      Central Market's acclaimed cooking school joins with Esporão, one of Portugal’s leading wineries, to celebrate this day with a cooking and pairing class, hosted by cookbook author and Master Sommelier Evan Goldstein. As you learn, you'll be feasting on goat cheese with honey, white gazpacho with crab salad, grilled shrimp, beef kebabs, custard tarts, and more – paired with a selection of delightful wines from Portugal.
      Mon., June 10, 6:30pm. $65.  
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      Sports

      Tyler's Dam That Cancer

      The premier fundraising event for Flatwater Foundation, a local nonprofit organization that provides access to mental health services for those affected by cancer, Tyler's Dam That Cancer features participants completing a 21-mile course on stand-up paddleboards from Lake Austin’s Mansfield Dam to Tom Miller Dam near Hula Hut. At the end, there will be a celebration at the LCRA Redbud Center (3601 Lake Austin Blvd.) from 6-8pm, which is open to the public with a suggested donation.
      Mon., June 10  
    • Arts

      Comedy

      Underground Comedy

      This newly revitalized basement venue is dedicated to "bringing the best in alternative comedy with shows seven nights a week." For instance: Monday starts things off with that sprightly revue of optimism called Fuck This Week, there's Rob Gagnon's unpredictable Sandbox on Tuesdays, the all-female comedy showcase called Garage on Wednesdays, and find out where some of these stand-ups come from via the My Block showcase this Thursday. Then, on Friday, the Battle of the Sketches beings anew – and don't miss the inarguable power of Sure Thing hosted by Duncan Carson and Brendan K. O’Grady. Saturday's got an A-Team of historical figures (Leonardo da Vinci! Harriet Tubman! Carl Sagan!) brought back to life and saving the day as Clone Squad, followed by some story-centered Sweet Lightning, and – see website for more.
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      Arts & Culture

      #bbatx’s 2019 grants

      Women and nonbinary leaders across the great state of Texas are encouraged to apply for one of three micro-grants ($500 to $1,000) now offered by BossBabes ATX! Find info on what it takes and how to apply online.
      Deadline to apply: June 21, 2019  
      Online
    • Arts

      Dance

      ACC Dance Classes

      The Dance Department of Austin Community College offers classes in modern, jazz, ballet, and improvisation techniques, with student work produced twice a year in the Choreographers' Showcase. Teachers include Ellen Bartel, Jessica Cox, Kathy Dunn Hamrick, Roxanne Gage, Darla Johnson, Sunny Shen, Catherine Solaas and Melissa Watt. Note: Classes can be taken for credit and applied toward your degree.
      Prices vary, scholarships available.  
    • Music

      Alden Hedges Project

      Mon., June 10, 7pm
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      Arts & Culture

      All Shades Considered: Group Exhibition

      Ben Aqua curates a group exhibition of 17 QPOC Texans making art in photography, digital collage, illustration, performance, fashion design, new media, video, and painting to better visualize the artists' lived experience as brown queers in the Lonestar State.:

      Artists include: Adiean, Anthony Flores, Ben Aqua, Claudia G Aparicio Gamundi, Diego Mireles Durán, Henry N Rodriguez, House of KENZO, Isaiya Venegas, Josue Hart, Manuel Morales, Michael Anthony Garcia, Natalia Rocafuerte, Niko, p1nkstar, Jp Rivfe, Josh Garcia, S Rodriguez, Saakred, and Wayne Dean. Use #AllShadesConsidered on the gram!

      Through July 7. Free.  
    • Film

      Special Screenings

      An American Tail (1986)

      Kids Summerfest: In this animated film, the immigrant experience in America is shown through the story of young Fievel of the Mousekewitz family.
      Mon., June 10, 10:30am  
    • Arts

      Visual Arts

      Atelier 1205: We Shake with Joy, We Shake with Grief

      Witness here an array of life-sized and larger works recently created by Meena Matocha, the artist having wielded charcoal, ashes, soil, acrylics, and wax to create paintings that "combine abstraction and figuration, exploring the space between grief and joy, the place where heaven and earth converge."
      Through Aug. 4
    • Arts

      Visual Arts

      Atelier Dojo

      This school of representational art is led by four world-class locals, teaches drawing and painting (both fundamental and advanced programs), has open studios with live modeling, a schedule of workshops featuring visiting artists from around the world, and is located in the heart of Big Medium's Canopy complex. Oh look – we profiled and interviewed the faculty right here!
    • Arts

      Theatre

      Auditions: Next to Normal

      Ground Floor Theatre and Deaf Austin Theatre are holding auditions for this Tony-winning musical, to be directed by Lisa Scheps and Brian Cheslik for performances in December. This production will be fully deaf inclusive, with each character double-cast with a deaf actor and a hearing actor (some characters are deaf and some hearing). See website for details and appointments.
      Mon., July 29, 6:30-10pm (hearing); Tue., July 30, 6:30-10pm (deaf)  
    • Arts

      Visual Arts

      Austin Central Library

      Susan Scafati's solo exhibition spans three floors and features work (photoprints, sculpture, hand-embellished documents) that expands on the artist's exploration of the ways in which individual identities and mythologies are constructed. And, ah, we love what that Calder Kamin does, and the library's also got a new showcase of her work, "What a Mess," featuring trash transformed into sculptures, animations, and installations, commenting on the mess humans have made for our natural neighbors throughout our existence.
      Through June 16  
    • Community

      Events

      Austin Organic Gardeners' Club Meeting

      Meet, mingle, and ask questions with experienced local gardeners. This month's meeting includes an ice cream social as well as the release of the club's new directory.
      Mon., June 10, 6:30pm  
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      Sports

      Better Balance & Movement Workshop

      Focusing on promoting and maintaining balance, coordination, and posture through a series of simple and repetitive brain and muscle exercises. Family members and caregivers are welcome to attend as well.
      June 10-July 1. Mondays, 10:45-11:25am. Free.  
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      Events

      Bikin' Betties Social Ride

      Social Cycling Austin presents Bikin' Betties, a weekly, beginner-friendly, all-ladies bike ride that ends with drink specials and fun activities (karaoke, minigolf, outdoor movies, etc.) Along the way, bond with other two-wheelin' ladies. Join the Facebook group for ride details.
      Mondays, 8pm
    • Music

      Bluegrass jam

      Mon., June 10, 6:30pm
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      Bluegrass night

      Mondays, 8pm, Mondays, 8pm and Mondays, 8pm
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    • Community

      Events

      Brown State of Mind University

      BSOM University offers a six-course roster of classes centered around cultural contributions of minority groups in America and around the world, from poetry in the Middle East to counterculture America and the Vietnam War. The instructors include local artists, business owners, cultural archivists, and one UT staff affiliate.
      June 5-Aug. 8. Mon.-Thu., 6:30 & 8pm. Free, but donations welcome.  
      The Commune, 101 E. North Loop; Vesper, 3106 E. 14th 1/2; Austin Visitor Center, 602 E. Fourth
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      Civic Events

      Call for Applications: Visiting Justice of the Peace

      Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt is currently accepting applications for a visiting justice of the peace to hear class C misdemeanor cases and more. Those selected – a legal background is required – will be part of a roster available to serve when a sitting Travis County judge is away.
      Deadline: Mon., June 10, 5pm  
    • Community

      Sports

      Cardio Dance Fitness

      Move your body to the music at this all-levels class.
      June 3-Aug. 19. Mondays, 6:30-7:30pm. $5-25.  
    • Music

      Charles Thibodeaux & the Austin Cajun Aces

      Mondays, 6:30pm, Mondays, 6:30pm, Mondays, 6:30pm, Mon., May 6, 6:30pm, Mon., May 13, 6:30pm, Mon., May 20, 6:30pm and Mondays, 6:30pm
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      Chris Gage

      Mondays, Mondays and Mondays.
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      Curtis Lee Trio

      Mon., June 10, 9pm
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      D-Madness Project

      Mondays, 9:30pm
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      David Lee, Jessee Lee

      Mon., June 10, 7pm

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