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Romeo Rose blows up the internet and more of the week's top stories

Romeo Rose blows up the internet and more of the week's top stories

Romeo Rose and some peacocks
Sometimes a dude just has to grab his axe, put on his best ruffled shirt and hang out with some peacocks. Romeo Rose ruined the Internet this week. Courtesy of Photo by Romeo Rose/ Sleeplessinaustin.com
Speculoos Cookie Butter from Trader Joe's
Cookie butter is now available at Austin's very own Trader Joe's. Photo courtesy of Small Kitchen College
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Prada Marfa is in trouble and may be removed. Photo by Monica Danna
Brew and Brew in Austin 4917
Head over to East Austin on Sunday for the grand opening of Wright Bros. Brew & Brew. Photo by Jon Shapley
Romeo Rose and some peacocks
Speculoos Cookie Butter from Trader Joe's
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Brew and Brew in Austin 4917

There came a time on Tuesday where we wondered, "What did we just release into the world?" The answer to that would be Romeo Rose, the misogynistic lothario looking for his lady love, providing she's white, thin and doesn't live in North Austin. But that wasn't the only thing that caught people's attention.

1. When CultureMap wrote about the racist ramblings of an Austin-based wedding photographer with teeth for days, we had no idea what was about to happen. While it's been fun, we hope this is last we hear of Romeo Rose for a while. Parting is such sweet sorrow...

2. Trader Joe's is here! CultureMap walks you through the top six reasons you should be stoked!

3. A new assistant principal at Westlake High School was previously accused of sending inappropriate texts to students. The school district has since revoked their offer for a position and he will not be joining the staff at Westlake.

4. Prada Marfa may be deemed an advertisement and be removed from the west Texas desert.

5. Take a sneek peak at the Wright Bros. Brew & Brew. Housed in the former Progress Coffee space, the Brew & Brew is set to open on Sunday, September 29.