Hot Clicks: A response to Tosh, Murray party rumors, FFF's hype-worthy lineup &keeping Austin beered
We've survived our third — and final — Friday the 13th of the year, and that's cause for celebration! As you close out this spooky day and look ahead to a (hopefully) sunny summer weekend, join us in a quick recap of the week's most-read stories.
This week's edition of Hot Clicks is a pop culture heavy-hitter, riddled with buzz of Daniel Tosh and Bill Murray, with a side of indie music and local beer.
- Responses to Daniel Tosh's recent rape joke controversy have been circulating around the Internet all week. Austin area comedian Curtis Luciani has offered up the most eloquent one we've seen.
- In less comical news, Rick Perry took to Fox News this week to reject Obamacare and state on the record, quite boldly, that "every Texan has health care."
- Let's get back to the fun, shall we? On Wednesday, Fun Fun Fun Fest announced a killer 2012 lineup that is heavy on reunion bands and all the right hype. Now we just have to wait until November to bask in its glory.
- America's favorite party crasher could be coming to a city near you this summer. But is Bill Murray really going on nationwide party-crashing tour, or is it just one big joke?
- What's the best beer in Austin? We took to the bars for a little research, and put together a list of the best locally-brewed options to beat the summer heat.
Now go, grab one of those local brews (a Live Oak Hefe sure sounds nice right now) and enjoy your weekend, Austin. We'll see you next week.