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     Groups around Austin have organized various events to raise money for victims of the deadly shooting earlier this month at an Orlando nightclub. Forty-nine people were killed and dozens more sustained injuries. If you want to show your support for the victims, here are some of the benefit screenings, concerts and parties you could attend […]
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    Wednesday The West Lake Hills City Council will meet at 7 p.m. at the West Lake Hills City Hall, 911 Westlake Drive. For information: (Article by Statesman, republished from June 23 The Westlake Chamber of Commerce will host the Business After Hours networking event from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Hand & Stone Massage […]
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    Sunday Concerts in the Park. Bring the family and a picnic blanket to enjoy the lawn while the Austin Symphony’s woodwind section plays a selection of songs everyone can enjoy. 7:30 p.m. The Long Center, 701 West Riverside Drive. 512-474-5564, (Article by Rachel Corbelli, republished from Monday Pints & Poses. Gather in the Foothills […]
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    In Living Color Blues on the Green  Head to Zilker Park every other Wednesday night May 25 through August 3 for live music, food trailers and great people-watching. This free summertime staple celebrated its 25th anniversary last year. (Past bands have included Bob Schneider, Shakey Graves and Jimmie Vaughan.) This year’s lineup includes Mike Flanigin’s The […]
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    Barks for Beers, ongoing Friday, May 1 through Sunday, May 31. This fundraiser for local organization Divine Canines is a fun, easy way to give back: For $20, buy a special pint glass; get a free pint at participating breweries. (Article by Arianna Auber, republished from Circle Brewing’s .5K Micro Marathon, 12 p.m. Saturday, May […]
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    In an effort to get Austin healthy, there is a city-wide health fair this weekend. The Keep Austin Well event, Saturday, May 14, will have free fitness, dance, yoga classes and many more fun ways to get Austin healthy. (Article by Claire Ricke, republished from In an effort to get Austin healthy, there is a city-wide health […]
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    One of Austin’s chief environmental groups has decided to pull out of Austin’s Earth Day Festival. (Article by Asher Price, republished from The Austin chapter of the Sierra Club says it won’t participate in the festival, to take place April 23 in the Mueller neighborhood, because of what Sierra Club officials say are the anti-immigration […]
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    BERNINA of America, the premier manufacturer of sewing, embroidery and quilting machines, is pleased to announce that it is a sponsor of the Runways & Gallery event taking place Thursday, April 21 at Austin Fashion Week in Austin, Texas. The event will feature collections by nine prominent designers, an opportunity to meet the designers in […]
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    The Texas Rowing Championships Regatta is a two-day event (April 16th&17th) open to junior and master crews from the state of Texas. This 1000-meter event features a 7-lane fully buoyed race course on Lady Bird Lake. TRC happens to be the principal regatta in a series of events that determine the best high school rowers […]
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    1. “Where the Wild Things Are” at the Long Center (Article by Arianna Auber, republished from 11 a.m. Wednesday and Thursday, 4 p.m. Wednesday-Sunday, 7 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. Saturday, 1 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. $17-$25. The Long Center, 701 W. Riverside Drive. Everyone’s favorite children’s book from Maurice Sendak is now a live […]