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for Tue., March 7
  • Fright Gallery 5

    Join Blood Over Texas for Fright Gallery 5, the biggest and longest running art gallery dead-icated to showcasing local dark/horror artists. The event also features live DJ sets, live art, special art showcase "The Void" and a seance photo op. 18+ (for content). $15.
    Sun. June 29, 5pm-10pm  
    Ben Hur Shriners' Ballroom
  • Texas Hill Country Peach Season is Here!

    Nothing is as tasty as a Texas Hill Country Peach! Peach season is here, so make plans to visit. Peaches in Fredericksburg and Stonewall taste fresh and delicious! Peaches are grown on soils with lots of minerals making the flavor content more complex. Visit the website for a list of peach stands and a map.
    All Summer  
    Fredericksburg and Stonewall
  • Arts


    Megha Majumdar: A Burning

    Author Megha Majumdar will read from her novel, A Burning, which was nominated for the National Book Award, the National Book Critics Circle's John Leonard Prize, and the American Library Association's Andrew Carnegie Medal.
    Tue., March 7, 6pm. Free.
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    The Train I Missed

    The Anti-Defamation League, Austin Jewish Film Festival, Interfaith Action of Central Texas, and Shalom Austin present a screening followed by a program with producers Heartstone Studios, where Ernst van Gelderen, upon whom the film is based, will share his experience as a hidden child during the Holocaust.
    Tue., March 7, 6:30pm  
  • Music

    Cro-Mags, Ringworm, NO/MAS, Brat

    The New York band more responsible than almost anyone for fusing hardcore punk with thrash metal, Cro-Mags’ founding member Harley Flanagan solely remains from the lineup who cut the landmark 1986 debut album, The Age of Quarrel. More recent output, such as the 2019 EP From the Grave, features Flanagan growling front and center, besides his usual bass duties. The new material retains the punch and subtlety of a 500-pound jackhammer. They arrive carrying a package of three other thrashsters – Ringworm, No/Más, and Brat.
    Tue., March 7, 7pm  
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