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Austin Design Week
The event series will include studio tours, workshops, exhibitions and more. Designers were encouraged to interpret and submit proposals based around this year’s theme: “Make Space.” Within this theme ...
Jesus is King: A Kanye West Film
Filmed in the summer of 2019, Kanye West’s famed Sunday Service is brought to life in his new film, Jesus is King. The film is set in Roden Crater ...
Sour Duck Market Farmers Market
Sour Duck Market will host a weekly Farmer’s Market from 4-7 pm, or until sold out. Visitors can support local farmers, who will be selling farm-fresh produce and goods.
Austin Film Society presents Jay Myself
Since 1966, the photographer Jay Maisel has owned a 35,000 square foot building in lower Manhattan that he has filled with a phantasmagoria of found objects. This documentary shows ...
Austin Monthly’s Best New Restaurants
To celebrate their Best New Restaurant issue, Austin Monthly is bringing together the city’s biggest chefs from the best new restaurants for an eight-course blowout feast, including cocktails. Austinites ...
Hauntwell Night Market
Local apparel brand Hauntwell is celebrating its third anniversary with 10 witchy vendors. There will be a raffle featuring tons of great prizes, benefitting End the Backlog, burlesque performances, a ...
BookPeople presents Rachael Ray
America's favorite self-taught chef, Rachael Ray, will talk about and sign copies of her brand new memoir cookbook, Rachael Ray 50.
Texas Theatre and Dance presents Spring Awakening
Winner of eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Spring Awakening explores the journey from adolescence to adulthood as a group of young people struggle with questions of morality, sexuality, and ...
The VORTEX and Teatro Vivo presents Más Cara
In her new bilingual play, Krysta Gonzales brings together archetypes of Latina womanhood to dance, bicker, share chisme, heal old wounds, and insist that being “too much” is what makes ...