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  • Hip Haven's Moving Sale plus Estate Sale

    Austin decor maker Hip Haven will be downsizing and moving to a new location. They'll have loads of great Hip Haven merchandise discounted from 15-50% off, plus 2000 square feet of vintage and antique items from multiple estates. Cash, card, or Venmo accepted. (Doors open promptly at 11--no earlybirds!)
    Sat. Apr. 27, 11am-5pm  
    Hip Haven Inc.
  • Laundry & Bourbon with Lonestar

    Laundry and Bourbon with Lonestar, two companion one act plays set in backyards of a small Texas town. Three ladies come together to talk about their life's ups and downs. Lonestar follows the life of three small town boys and the events that have shaped them. Both shows give us highs & lows with humor spread around, for good measure.
    Apr. 19-May 5  
    Navasota Theatre Alliance
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    Altercation Comedy Festival

    It's the eighth annual explosion of raucous, righteous, underground comedy in myriad forms – stand-up, sketch, podcasts, sheer madness – from JT Habersaat and dozens upon dozens of headliners and features from all over this ridiculous country. Eddie Pepitone! Modern Drunkards! Kristin Lytie! The McCuewans! Mo Alexander! Brandie Posey! And on and on into the laugh-wracked night – for four solid nights in the caffeinated digs of Kick Butt Coffee! Getcher tickets while you can.
    Wed.-Sat., Nov. 1-4. $120.  
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    Austin Justice Coalition: Black Art Matters

    This night's a fusion of artistry and philanthropy under the theme of "Homecoming Melodies: Embracing Kin, Connection, and Liberation," centering family, community, and the co-creative, physio-sonic atmosphere of familiarity and subversion that marks the journey toward Black liberation.
    Fri., Nov. 3, 5-10pm. $20-50.  
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    Not Bad Night: The Art of Taylor W. Rushing

    Here's a show from the country/rock artist who regularly creates album art and promotions for the likes of Charley Crockett, Vincent Neil Emerson, the Rolling Stones, the Black Keys, and more.
    Fri., Nov. 3, 7pm-2am. $10.
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    Ride the Cyclone

    In this hilarious story by Jacob Richmond and Brooke Maxwell, the lives of six teenagers from a Canadian chamber choir are cut short in a freak accident aboard a roller coaster. When they awake in limbo, a mechanical fortune teller invites each to tell a story to win a prize like no other: the chance to return to life. Directed by Jenny Lavery.
    Through Nov. 5. See website for dates and times. $15-26.  
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    Window Dressing XXX: To Suggest a Delay

    Ariel Wood makes objects and structures that evoke plumbing and drainage, here (in the shopfront window of ICOSA, viewable 24/7) exploring the stormwater infrastructure systems known as detention basins.
    Through Nov. 6. Artist reception: Fri., Nov. 3, 7-9pm
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    Works in Progress V

    The team at First Street Studio invites you to become part of this celebration of local dance and movement creators during the fourth edition of their "Works in Progress" series, showcasing approximately an hour of original works by Austin artists.
    Fri., Nov. 3, 7:30pm. $10.
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