Editor's note: Over the course of a week, we come across dozens of newsy tidbits and interesting links that we want to share with you. For this weekly roundup, we gather all the news we found batty, neighborly and clean.
1. Take that, Gotham. Outside of the Austin Convention Center you'll now find these bat-shaped bike racks, proving that we're truly Bat City.
2. Hyde Park has not one, but two neighborhood associations. Some residents of Hyde Park felt that the current neighborhood association wasn't inclusive enough, so they created a new one. Friends of Hyde Park is based online and open to anyone who lives in the Hyde Park area. (Also, are you curious as to how Hyde Park got its name?)
3. Jimmy Kimmel and Matthew McCounaghey want to make a commercial for your local business. According to a tweet from Kimmel, the duo's looking to make a commercial for an Austin business. Terry Black's BBQ promises to show off its "brisket belly," while Kebabalicious is offering its patio as a stage for Kimmel's SXSW appearance.
4. Sanitizing public schools during the Ebola scare in Texas cost a lot of money. The Austin American-Statesman reports that school districts spent thousands of dollars on emergency sanitization even when "medical professionals declared it unnecessary."
5. A look at Austin's hip-hop scene and the potential break out acts. From the '90s to today, our local hip-hop scene has grown significantly — and it may be poised to gain national attention.