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Tomorrow at 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM

Santa Baby Bingo at the Speakeasy
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Tomorrow at 10:00 AM - Dec 10, 03:00 PM

Hill Country Holiday Bazaar
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Tomorrow at 10:00 AM - 05:00 PM

6th Annual Holiday Market with SANTA CLAUS!
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Tomorrow at 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Cookies with Santa
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Tomorrow at 10:00 AM - 03:00 PM

Breakfast with Santa and Cookie Decorating: Operation Blue Santa Toy Drive
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Tomorrow at 09:00 AM - 02:00 PM

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Tomorrow at 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM

Holiday Brunch and Cocktail Crawl - Austin (Mueller)
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KXAN News has new update
14 hours ago Foxes at Huston-Tillotson University could face 'extinction' student project reveals
Wild grey foxes are a common sight on Huston-Tillotson University's campus in East Austin. A recent student revealed that their days may be numbered. A warming climate and development in the area could drive these foxes from their home and possibly to "extinction."
KXAN News has new update
19 hours ago Texas volleyball outlasts Tennessee 3-2 to keep repeat hopes alive
Behind a 16-14 fifth-set victory, second-seeded Texas outlasted the third-seeded Volunteers 3-2 in the NCAA volleyball regional semifinals at Maples Pavilion on the Stanford University campus in Palo Alto, California.
CultureMap Austin has new update
1 day ago New mac & cheese restaurant and Buddy the Elf's bagel top Austin's tastiest food news
Editor’s note: We get it. It can be difficult to keep up with the fast pace of Austin’s restaurant and bar scene. We have you covered with our regular roundup of essential food news.
Burnt Orange Nation has new update
1 day ago Updating the Texas roster matrix with players entering the NCAA transfer portal
Scott Wachter-USA TODAY Sports As of Thursday evening, the Longhorns have lost six players to the portal. Here’s how it impacts the scholarship board. Even though the Texas Longhorns are set to face off against the Washington Huskies on Jan. 1 in the Sugar Bowl in the College Football Playoff semifinals, head coach Steve Sarkisian’s program isn’t immune to players entering the NCAA transfer portal since the December transfer window opened on Monday. As of Thursday afternoon, six players either entered the NCAA transfer portal or announced their intentions to do so. Here’s how the current roster matrix looks: The Texas portal players are redshirt sophomore wide receiver Casey Cain, redshirt junior offensive lineman Sawyer Goram-Welch, redshirt freshman cornerback X’Avion Brice, senior safety Jalen Catalon, redshirt freshman safety Larry Turner-Gooden, and redshirt freshman safety BJ Allen. Of those players, Catalon was the only contributor this year, but given his extensive injury history and the fact that he fell out of safety rotation after recovering from a leg injury this season fully softens the blow of his departure. Redshirt freshman edge Kris Ross left the program in late October, but has not entered the transfer portal. He’s not currently counted against the scholarship numbers here. Texas has four super seniors who have exhausted their eligibility. Junior defensive tackle Byron Murphy accepted an invitation to the Senior Bowl, effectively amounting to a declaration for the 2024 NFL Draft. Other draftable players with a COVID year of eligibility remaining include senior wide Jordan Whittington, senior defensive tackle Alfred Collins, senior linebacker Jaylan Ford, senior nickel back Jahdae Barron, and senior cornerback Ryan Watts. Of those players, Collins faces the biggest decision about whether to return to school — the others are expected to declare for the draft. Redshirt junior Jake Majors is a December graduate who received recognition on Senior Night, but told Burnt Orange Nation afterwards that he hasn’t made a decision yet on his future. Consider him likely to return. A handful of other players also have COVID years available — senior running back Keilan Robinson, senior wide receiver Isaiah Neyor, who did not walk on Senior Night, senior defensive tackle Trill Carter, senior linebacker David Gbenda, senior safety Jerrin Thompson, and senior safety Kitan Crawford. Draft-eligible players who could declare for the draft include redshirt sophomore quarterback Quinn Ewers, junior wide receiver Xavier Worthy, junior wide receiver AD Mitchell, and junior tight end Ja’Tavion Sanders. Getting any of those players back for another season would be a bonus for this Texas program. The Longhorns currently hold 20 commitments in the No. 10-ranked recruiting class with a handful of targets still remaining on the board, including Waco Connally defensive back Kobe Black, who is set to decide next week, McKinney safety Xavier Filsaime, who is currently committed to Florida, but plans on taking an official visit to Texas, new Magnolia athlete offer Hunter Andrews, a Utah pledge, and a handful of defensive lineman, several of them committed to other schools. Texas has a number of needs in the transfer portal with some of those needs contingent on pending decisions by players with decisions to make about the NFL Draft or whether to use COVID years, but the likely number of takes is somewhere between five and seven. A number of targets are already emerging.

Friday Specials in Austin

Coyote Ugly
501 East 6th Street, Austin TX, 78701
Friday Ladies Night
$3 Malibu
$4 Jack
$3 Ultra
Come kick off the weekend!

Happy Hour
$2 Bud Light
$3 Well Drinks

$2 Bud & Bud Light
$1 Well Drinks
The Landing Strip Austin
745 S. Bastrop Hwy, Austin TX, 78753
Friday Night Live
- DJ 2DQ spinning all night
- 2 for 1 bottles
- Ladies free all night

Daily Happy Hour
- $10 dances, $4.99 NY Strip and Fries OR Burger and Fries until 8pm
- 5pm to 8pm: $4 You-Call-Its
- 8pm to 10pm: $6 You-Call-Its

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