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for Tue., June 28
  • City of Austin’s 4th Annual Small Business Contracting Forum

    Empower your business and discover millions of dollars in procurement opportunities by registering for the 2022 City of Austin’s Small Business Contracting Forum. Connect with City and County departments and learn how to succeed in the procurement process. This is a free, virtual event where you can learn about the millions of dollars in procurement opportunities, connect with vendors in the tech industry, attend a variety of breakout sessions and support yourself and your business
    Wed. Mar. 30, 8:30am-4pm  
    Virtual Event
  • Texas Performing Arts' 2022-23 Season

    Texas Performing Arts presents their all-new 2022-23 Season featuring the best in new performance from around the world. Highlights include the Austin debuts of Cécile McLorin Salvant and Dance Theatre of Harlem, as well as a new series of creative performance for young audiences and families.
    Sept. 2022-April 2023  
    Texas Performing Arts
  • Music

    Rakim, GZA, Tone Royal, Harry Edohoukwa, Aux Cutter [garage]

    Rakim should feel lucky that literally nobody ever refers to GZA by his complete, backslash-straddling rap name. It’s probably the reason why any sensible debate as to the grand “genius” of old-school hip-hop lyricism will still whittle down to the Leader vs. the Scientist. (Not just a nickname, GZA has actually lectured on astronomy at Harvard.) Though Tuesday’s head-to-head may ultimately turn on questions of retained vitality in old dude rap performance, the words themselves – be it the Clansman’s brain-beating noir philosophy or the Microphone Fiend’s whirlwind boasts – will always be “Living in the World Today.” Tone Royal, Harry Edohoukwa, Aux Cutter stack the bill.
    Tue., June 28, 6:45pm  
    • Food

      Food Events

      Fourth of July Pies: Bakery Lorraine

      Bakery Lorraine has pies for pre-order for your Independence Day get-togethers, offering an apple pie made with five different kinds of apples and a buttermilk pie topped with berries. The nine-inch pies are $28 each and serve eight. Note: The last day for pre-orders is this Wed., June 29 at noon; pick up for pre-ordered pies is Sat.-Sun., July 2-3.
    • Food

      Food Events

      Fourth of July: Loro's Takeaway Meal Pack

      Why is Loro's takeaway meal pack a great idea even if you're not going to use it for an actual picnic-in-the-park? Because the tasty deal is anchored by a rack of ribs – and these Asian-smokehouse experts do 'em up so moist and tender that, mmmmmmm, wow, that's why. The convenient pack also comes with two sides – choose among snap peas, sweet corn, cabbage salad, tomato cucumber salad, crispy potatoes – and coconut-scented rice and two cookies. Note: They're taking pre-order now for pick-up on July 4th, beginning at noon.
      $55 (feeds two).  
    • Food

      Food Events

      Fourth of July: Lutie's x LeRoy & Lewis

      The culinary wizards of Lutie’s and LeRoy and Lewis are welcoming the public (that's you, citizen!) for a celebratory evening of barbecue, cocktails, lawn games, and more at the restaurant and adjoining picturesque gardens. This evening features smoked meats from the L&L pitmasters along with tasty sides and desserts from the Lutie’s Bradley Nicholson and Susana Querejazu. Bonus: After-hours cocktails and an all-vinyl set by DJ Clemente Castillo.
      Sun., July 3, 6-9pm.. $100.  
    • Food

      Food Events

      Fourth of July: Sweet & Savory Tiny Pies

      Is there a single holiday that goes by without the folks at Tiny Pies baking up a plethora of relevantly themed delicacies? Doesn't seem like it, and we reckon that's a True Good Thing – because these li'l comestibles are perfect for celebrating with. Especially, for the Fourth, the Star Hand Pies Six-Pack: three cherry-filled star-shaped pies and three Texas blueberry star-shaped pies. (They're offering a variety of Not-So-Tiny pies, too; see photo for that pretty baby.) Savory bonus: The Cheeseburger Hand Pies Six-Pack features cheesy beef filling with roasted potatoes and onion seasoned with garlic, Worcestershire sauce. and mustard powder. Note: pre-order online now for pick up on July 1-4.
      Prices vary.  
    • Community


      Myco Happy Hour at Brewtorium

      Learn how to get involved with the mushroom group Central Texas Mycological Society and talk about soil, mycoheterotrophs, and upcoming fundraisers. RSVP to get a recycled mushroom grow block at the event.
      Tue., June 28, 5-9pm. Free (donations accepted).  
      Brewtorium, 6015-A Dillard Cir.
    • Community


      Round Rock Express

      Vs. Las Vegas. Bring canned goods for free admission on Tuesday, and Thursday it's dog-friendly for Pints & Pups.
      Tue.-Thu., June 28-30, 7:05pm  
    • Qmmunity

      Nightlife & Parties


      It's good music; it's queer vibes; you know what it is, babe: It's Tuezgayz! Come for the queer camaraderie, stay for the DJed sounds of Glitoris.
      Tuesdays, 10pm. $5 after 10:30.
    • Arts

      Visual Arts

      Women & Their Work: One Bad Monkey

      Through soft sculptures and draping foam relief tapestries, Steef Crombach examines the secret life of local icons like the Wheatsville Raptor and the Big Star Bingo Gorilla and more, exploring each character’s evolution as its identity morphs over time and place.
      Through Aug. 4
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