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    Altercation Comedy Festival

    The irrepressible JT Habersaat and his crew take over Kick Butt Coffee with this four-night fest of outrageous comedy, spiked by the likes of Eddie Pepitone, Jenny Zigrino, Joe Derosa, and more than 50 other national comics. Some have called Habersaat a madman. They're right. Some have said, "You don't want to miss this riotous event that'll be tearing Airport Boulevard a new comedy pothole every single night it's going on." They're right, too. Get your tickets while you can, citizen, and god bless.
    Wed.-Sat., Sept. 25-28, 6pm-12mid. $45 for an all-fest pass.  
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    Banned Books Bash

    This "slightly raucous variety show" celebrates the right to read whatever we please. Hosted by Evan Narcisse (writer for Marvel’s Black Panther), this year's bash features an homage to Toni Morrison with Dr. Jennifer Wilks; drag queen storytime with Ms. Anne Thrope; "the crackdown on comics" with Michael Conrad; a toast to rabble-rouser Molly Ivins with The Texas Observer. Plus: banned songs by Ukuladies and the Tramps, poems by Typewriter Rodeo, banned-books trivia and prizes. Tickets include one drink and noms. Proceeds benefit The Library Foundation.
    Wed., Sept. 25, 7-9pm. $15.  
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    Mac Blake

    One of the funniest humans walking this city's streets, one of the founders of Stag Comedy, one-half of the comedy country duo Knuck Deep, one of the most hilarious new dads changing a diaper – need we go on? It's a new (college) year, and this man Blake will be the one to show longtime townies and fresh-from-Muleshoe transplants alike just how powerful a scene Austin has, stand-upwise.
    Wed., Sept. 25, 8pm. $10-15.  
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    Ready, Set, Die

    The Final Acts Project presents "a performance of intrigue, comedy, and wonder" with magician Lisa Menna, who "makes comfortable the world of the unknown through mystery, awe, and magic," and will help prepare your family for end-of-life scenarios. Ah, the frost makes a flower – the dew makes a star.
    Wed., Sept. 25, 6:30pm. $10 (free, students and children).  
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