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    Arts & Culture

    2BB$: Live Comedy Recording

    Colton Dowling and Aira Juliet record their comedy podcast, 2BrokeBitche$, live outside The Little Gay Shop, plus some live erotica table reads and drag performances thrown in, too. Tickets/reservations are required for seating, aka "campsites," aka sectioned-off spots from where you'll watch the show. And it's bring your own chairs, bebe.
    Fri., Oct. 16, 7-9pm; Fri., Oct. 23, 7-9pm. $20-40.  
    The Little Gay Shop, 828 Airport Blvd.
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    Nightlife & Parties

    Helping Haven: Elysium's Livestream Benefit

    Drag royalty, pole dancers, DJs, and more are coming together for this 48-hour livestream benefiting Austin's haven for weirdness and queerness. Expect mini concerts, DJ sets, and AMA sessions. Performances by Alexander the Great, Jinxy DV8, Louisianna Purchase, and more.
    Fri.-Sun., Oct. 16-18, 9pm. Free (donations welcome).  
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    Vigil to Honor Monica Roberts

    In memory of Monica Roberts, a pioneering Black trans activist and journalist from Houston, the Transgender Education Network of Texas and Black Trans Advocacy Coalition invite the community to honor and remember the life and legacy of the late TransGriot blog founder. Community speakers include Black Trans Women Inc. ED Diamond Stylz, Black Queer Lives Matter ATX founding member Natalie Sanders, BTAC leadership Maddox and Rebecca, Out Youth's Kathryn Gonzales, and community activist Ash Hall, among others. (This is an outdoor, socially distanced event where masks are required; masks will be provided to those who don't have one.)
    Fri., Oct. 16, 7:30-9pm. Free.  
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    Yoga for an Open Heart With Kelly Marshall

    Kelly M. Marshall leads a beginner-friendly, virtual yoga class with guided exercises to help reduce anxiety or depression.
    Through Oct. 16. Fridays, 7-8pm. Full series, $99; drop-in, $7-20.  
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