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    aGLIFF 33: Prism

    Be the rainbow, stream the rainbow: Austin's fave queer film fest is moving to the virtual realm for two weekends in August. Viewers will have the chance to watch on-demand or livestream more than 50 feature and short films showcasing the diverse experiences of queer and trans folks from around the world. Keep up with lineup announcements at www.agliff.org.
    Aug. 6-9 & 13-16. Weekend badge, $35; both weekends, $65.  
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    Pride in Your Neighborhood

    Break out the rainbows for this citywide socially distanced Pride celebration because Austin Outpost is asking folks to help cover their neighborhoods with Pride flags, balloons, and decorative lights.
    Sun.-Sun., Aug. 9-15  
    Citywide
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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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    Nightlife & Parties

    DJ Chorizo Funk Livestreams

    The "Best of Austin" award-winning DJ's cumbia beats are so nice, you should rock your body to 'em to twice: Friday nights on Facebook Live, followed by a 10pm Instagram set on Saturday.
    Fridays, 8pm; Saturdays, 10pm  
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    Civic Events

    Flannigan Field Organizing Launch

    Jimmy Flannigan's field organizing team leads an afternoon of training and direct voter outreach for Austinites looking to get involved in the D6 council member's reelection campaign.
    Sat., Aug. 15, noon-2pm. Free.  
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    HackOut: LGBTQIA StartUp Weekend

    The hardest part of starting up is starting out, so HackOut was created to inspire entrepreneurs in the LGBTQIA community. Participants meet and work with 100+ other entrepreneurs and industry experts, validate ideas, and learn how to create a real company. Read about last year's event here.
    Applications due Aug. 22; event is Sept. 10-13. Free.  
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    Nightlife & Parties

    Haven Virtual Dance Party

    A coterie of DJs bring goth, industrial, and new wave vibes for your listening pleasure.
    Sat., Aug. 15, 8pm-12:30am. Free (tips encouraged).  
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    Lez B in Touch - Dykes You Should Know "Dyke-a-Day" Submissions

    Our fave lez party promoters – and the queer masterminds behind last year's Austin Dyke March – are asking lez and/or lez lovers to submit to Lez B in Touch's first-ever "Dyke-a-Day" IG series. Any and all flavors of performances about the lesbians in your life – past, present, and future – are welcome (just keep it under five minutes, bbs).
    Ongoing  
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    The Queer and Trans Community Closet

    Starting Sun., July 12, make your appointment for curbside pickup at Out Youth and the Transgender Wellness Program's qmmunity closet for bus passes, groceries, hygiene items, art supplies, select gender-affirming items, and more. Days and hours of operation vary.

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