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for Wed., July 31
  • Your CBD Store Austin, TX

    Come by Your CBD Store East Austin at 2124 E. 6th Street, Suite 106 and start your day feeling relaxed with a cup of java from Willie Nelson CBD infused coffee beans, Willie's Remedy Coffee Beans is their recent addition to their line of CBD products. Your CBD Store's CBD products are all-natural, organic, hemp-derived CBD products. Too busy to stop by? They made it convenient for you to get your favorite products delivered to your home by going to their website. Sign up for Your CBD Store 5 Star rewards program and receive 15% off your next purchase!
    Your CBD Store Austin
  • Esther's Follies

    Esther's Follies, "Austin's #1 Comedy Troupe" follows the funny in Washington, Austin, and on the internet. Hailed as Austin’s answer to Saturday Night Live, Esther’s has been entertaining sold-out audiences for over 42 years. It is a modern-day vaudeville revue like nothing else on the national comedy scene mixing political comedy, musical numbers, and Vegas-style magic into five performances every week.
    Thurs. at 8pm, Fri/Sat at 8pm & 10pm  
    Esther's Follies
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    Comedy

    BuzzKill at the Buzz Mill

    Looking for a regular Wednesday night stand-up showcase? Carlton Wilcoxson and Angelina Martin are the new hosts of Buzzkill at the Buzz Mill, and they're fixing to show you a laughing good time.
    Wednesdays, 9pm. Free.
  • Food

    Food Events

    AJC: Black Food Week

    The Austin Justice Coalition's Black Food Week – extended to two weeks in this second year of the program – aims to provide the public with information about our city's longtime Black-owned restaurants that have become pillars in the community, hosting "Eat and Greet" social hours at a variety of excellent venues. Featuring shindigs at Mr. Catfish, Hoover's Cooking, Tony's Jamaican Food, Baby Greens, My Granny's Kitchen, and more – see website for details.
    July 22-Aug. 3  
  • Arts

    Theatre

    Ann

    This is an intimate portrait of Ann Richards, the legendary late Governor of Texas, bringing audiences face to face with a complex, colorful, and captivating character bigger than the state from which she hailed. Written (and originally performed) by Holland Taylor, Ann takes a revealing look at the impassioned woman who enriched the lives of her followers, friends, and family. The lady's played by the talented Libby Villari in this show, directed by the original Broadway helmsman, Benjamin Endsley Klein.
    July 31-Sept. 8. Wed.-Fri., 7:30pm; Sat., 2:30 & 7:30pm; Sun., 2:30pm. $25-85.  
  • Arts

    Theatre

    Annie

    Leapin' Lizards! Could it be true that the Chronicle's own Robert Faires plays the part of Daddy Warbucks in this ridiculously popular musical classic based on Harold Gray's oldschool comic strip about a plucky young orphan in the Depression Era? Yes, he does – among an exuberant cast of TexARTS professionals directed by Joey Banks.
    Through Aug. 4. Wed.-Sat., 7:30pm; Sun., 2pm. $43-53.  
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    Big Medium: Fairly Intense

    Marta Lee and Cheyenne Weaver "depict the hidden and subtle aspects of our daily lives in a fairly intense way, revealing the extraordinary depth and complex emotional landscape intrinsic to the trivial moments and objects of life."
    Through Aug. 17
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    Davis Gallery: Circadian Buzz

    This is one extensive group exhibit focused on repetition and daily practice, for which each of the participating artists has created a new work or carefully chosen a work from the past. And we mean, these are some of the most fascinating artists who ever breathed our city's air – Steve Brudniak, Malou Flato, Denise M. Fulton, Jan Heaton, David Leonard, Randall Reid, Caprice Pierucci, John Sager, Chun Hui Pak, and many more. So, even if visiting galleries isn't part of your, ah, daily practice, you'll be well rewarded by checking out Davis Gallery's array of visual creations.
    Through Aug. 31
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    SouthPop: Shoot Like a GRRRL

    This exhibit showcases the work of Martha Grenon, one of Austin's premier music photographers, her images capturing the excitement of bands performing in Austin since the early Eighties. Sunday's opening reception ($5) features live music by the Ed Vizard Trio and Lissa Hattersley's TripTrio.
    Reception: Sun., July 28, 6-9pm
  • Arts

    Classical Music

    Tribes: Amphion's 10th Anniversary

    Amphion Choir presents a fusion of choral sound and spoken word celebrating the meaning of finding a place to belong, the true definition of family, and how the bonds we create together make us stronger – all in a show that blends world music, contemporary composers, and popular songs. Bonus: Austin Haller and line upon line percussion.
    Wed., July 31, 7:30pm; Fri.-Sat., Aug. 2-3., 7:30pm. $15-20.  
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