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    Arts & Culture

    "We'll Just Rock For Ourselves" Virtual Exhibit

    The Austin History Center's phenomenal 2018 exhibit on the late photographer Lisa Davis is now available online for your viewing pleasure. Davis' photos and videos capture the grrrls grrrls grrrls of Austin's lezzie rock scene in the Nineties. Revisit our review of the exhibit here, and don't forget to check out our interview with former Chronicle senior editor and "Gay Place" founder Kate X Messer, who was a key figure in curating her collection.
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    Community

    Out Youth Story Time With Kathryn Gonzales

    In order to help the community stay connected during this stressful time, Out Youth's Operations & Programs Director Kathryn Gonzales is hosting a nightly, virtual story time. LGBTQIA folks of all ages are invited to join via a mobile device, computer, or by calling in. Currently, Gonzales is reading Benjamin Alire Sáenz's Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe.
    Daily until Out Youth resumes in-person operations. 8pm. Free.  
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    Community

    Thee Gay Agenda Presents: Meditative Movement

    Kelly Goetz leads a guided meditation that includes journaling paired with exploratory movement.
    Thursdays, 1pm, Thu., April 23, 1pm, Thu., April 30, 1pm and Thu., May 7, 1pm. Through May 7  
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    Nightlife & Parties

    UnBEARable: Gay for Pray Livestream

    Chique, Bulimianne, and Mascara host the first-ever virtual version of their National Day of Prayer show. They've asked their friends, Camp Wannakiki's Carly Uninemclite and Clare Apparently and Dragula's Violencia, to give 'em some extra thots and prayers with special performances.
    Thu., May 7, 8-9pm  
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    Nightlife & Parties

    Virtual Lizzy Caroloke

    Sing yer a$$ off from yer living room.
    Thu., April 30, 7pm; Thu., May 7, 6pm. Free.  
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