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for Tue., Aug. 27
  • Arts


    Out of Bounds Comedy Festival

    Look, it's not all about the improv, OK? That is to say, yes, it's hella about improv, the whole looooong weekend is lousy with improv – with amazing troupes from all over the country attending and performing – but there's also a sweet array of sketch comedy and stand-up comedy and just the naturally occurring comedy that ensues as hundreds and hundreds of professionals and fans converge on the ATX for the seven days of this annual festival of staged shenanigans. Shows? Well, yes! But workshops and classes, too – and more afterparties than you can shake a shakable thing at. Ah, we've got more coverage for you right here, citizen, but right now check that website and reserve tickets while you can.
    Through Sept. 2  
    Various locations
  • Arts


    Austin Liti Limits

    And, huzzah, here's the latest live episode of this congenial series, hosted by Larry Brill and Scott Semegran, in which authors Ron Seybold and K Wendt will read from their latest books.
    Tue., Aug. 27, 7pm. Free.
  • Food

    Food Events

    Austin Restaurant Weeks: Final Weekend

    The Central Texas Food Bank announces the return of Austin Restaurant Weeks for 2019, with Tito’s Handmade Vodka as the main sponsor and an impressive array of venues offering prix fixe meals and drink specials and – oh, here comes the final weekend of an incredible two weeks’ worth of culinary goodness, with proceeds going to sustain that community-forward Food Bank while you happily feast at, for example, Barley Swine, Café No Sé, the Capital Grille, Caroline Restaurant, Central Standard, Citizen Eatery, Contigo, the Driskill Grill, Easy Tiger Downtown & the Linc, Goodall’s Kitchen, Gusto Italian Kitchen, Hideaway Kitchen & Bar, Il Brutto, Intero, Le Politique, L’Oca d’Oro, Olive & June, Oskar Blues Brewery, Parkside, the Peached Tortilla, Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille, Sala & Betty, Salt & Time, Sway, and more. See website for specific menus and details!
    Through Sept. 2. Prix fixe: $20, lunch & brunch; $35-50, dinner.  
    See website for participating restaurants
  • Music

    Common, Rapsody

    Oscar-winning rapper.
    Tue., Aug. 27, 8pm  
  • Music

    Hank Von Hell, Spiders, Midnight Killers, Deathdodger

    Since quitting Turbonegro, vocal hellion Hank Von Hell has acted, DJ’d, judged on Norwegian Idol, and become a memoirist. 2018 solo debut Egomania returns him to sleazy glam metal. Leather and glitter from Sweden’s Spiders draws from Detroit more than L.A., especially on latest album Killer Machine.
    Tue., Aug. 27, 8pm  
  • Arts


    Kansas City or Bust!

    Cinnamon Path presents a comedy benefit starring Jomo & the Possum Posse, Cami & Zach, Jasmine Ellis, and Angela Martin. Also featuring a reading of Max Langert's short comedy Sunday Slugg'rz, with all-star actors Roxy Becker, Lana Dieterich, David DuBose, Doug Greco, and Garry Peters. Note: All proceeds go to help the Austin Ball'rz softball team get to the World Series in Kansas City in September.
    Tue., Aug. 27, 8pm. $15.  
  • Arts


    Karen Olsson: The Weil Conjectures

    In this new book, the acclaimed author narrates the story of the Weil siblings – Simone, the famous French philosopher, mystic, and social activist, and her brother, André, the influential yet often overlooked mathematician – as well as the lore of math and Olsson’s own experience of it.
    Tue., Aug. 27, 7pm
  • Community


    LBJ's Birthday Party at the LBJ Presidential Library

    Celebrate, remember, and learn about LBJ with free admission and birthday cake.
    Tue., Aug. 27, 9am-5pm. Free.
  • Music

    Nebula, Sasquatch, Tia Carrera, Mortales

    Guitarist Eddie Glass and drummer Ruben Romano launched Nebula in ’97 after leaving desert rock trailblazers Fu Manchu. After an almost decadelong hiatus, the trio of Glass, UK bassist Tom Davies, and drummer Mike Amster return with sixth LP Holy Shit, the only way to describe this hallucinogenic masterwork.
    Tue., Aug. 27, 9pm  
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