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20SepDeadmau5 at ACL Live

Tomorrow at 19:00 – 11:00 pm

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20SepMorrissey with special guest Interpol

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20SepGypZee Heart Festival

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19SepNitzer Ebb @ Mohawk

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Fun atmosphere and a great crowd!

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I love their margarita specials on Thursdays! That alone will keep me coming back for more!

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Live music & great happy hour in a romantic setting - perfect for a date night! Food is tasty & moderately priced. Service is near perfect. Definitely recommend!

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Unique menu items that taste great! Very cool & fun place to bring a group of friends. Parking is tough and can be pricey so consider an uber!

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One of the best restaurants in downtown Austin! Definitely a must-try in Austin

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Really cool performance space that has some awesome bands and comics come through.

512Area has new update 16 hours ago Amazon to bring 600 more workers to North Austin
Amazon.com Inc. is growing even bigger in North Austin than previously announced, with 600 more jobs now in the pipeline, the company told Austin Business Journal. ABJ first reported in May the e-commerce giant had leased more than 100,000 additional square feet in the 15-story Domain 10 office tower under construction. That was in addition to 145,000 square feet it had already leased in Domain 10. On Sept. 19, Amazon (Nasdaq: AMZN) confirmed to ABJ the bigger lease and said it will bring 600 more…
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AUSTIN (KXAN) — Austin fire crews are battling a massive three-alarm fire at a construction site in south Austin early Thursday morning. The fire was first reported at about 3:40 a.m. at a construction site at the 4000 block of Banister Lane in South Austin. KXAN has crews at the scene and the situation is […]
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22 hours ago Austin Transportation Department uses tool to identify high-injury network on street grid
The Austin Transportation Department utilizes a data-informed planning tool to identify areas in Austin that have a relatively high number of serious traffic injuries and fatal crashes.   These areas, called the High-Injury Network, are where 70% of the city’s accidents occur and consist of 8% of the Austin street grid, said Joel Meyer, Vision Zero transportation planner. Vision Zero is an international movement to eliminate traffic fatalities by 2025, and part of the Vision Zero movement includes creating the High-Injury Network. Guadalupe Street, 24th Street, MLK Boulevard and San Jacinto Boulevard are all part of the network.  According to the Vision Zero website, city officials use the network to determine areas where safety, infrastructure and education efforts should be focused to have the greatest impact on improving safety. “What (the High-Injury Network) is looking at is concentrations of serious injuries and fatal crashes across the (city street) network,” Meyer said. “(The tool) helps capture longer street segments where we think there is the highest risk of crashes.” The High-Injury Network looks at where individual crashes occur to determine high-risk areas, Meyer said. He said the network independently evaluates motor vehicle, motorcycle, bicycle and pedestrian high-injury networks and then combines them.  “We’re going to mainly use it as … a high-level tool to identify streets across the city that all have common characteristics that we think crashes are likely to occur in the future,” Meyer said. “We consider every street on this network to be a very high-crash street.” He said the network does not include highways and solely focuses on the city street grid.  “We try to separate highways out, because they have different characteristics and different strategies that are going to be required to address those types of crashes,” Meyer said. “So this looks at … a lot of streets that the city controls (and) has jurisdiction over that we can do things about.” The Austin Transportation Department partners with the Austin Police Department to enforce safety in the areas within the network by hiring overtime officers to go work the specific areas to increase safety, APD detective Patrick Oborski said.  Meyer said the transportation department also funds safety infrastructure in the network, such as working with the markings division, which is in charge of road markings and crosswalks.  “We gave them the High-Injury Network, and they were able to reprioritize how they allocate crosswalk maintenance dollars,” Meyer said. “So rather than restriping every few years, they’re actually going to go out every one or two years and just by default go and restripe every crosswalk on the High-Injury Network.” Biochemistry freshman Kevin Shi said he could see how an increased police presence in these areas could lead to drivers’ compliance with traffic laws. “If it’s that many accidents … then they could cut down on the amount of accidents,” Shi said. “If people see police there, it might make a difference in their driving.”
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Unique Themed Bars in Austin
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The Most Instagram-Worthy Food in Austin
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Z Texas is the spot to go before or after the game! The food is hot, the drinks are cold, and the service is stellar!

Thursday Specials in Austin

Z Tejas| West 6th

1110 W 6th S , Austin Tx, 78703
Live Music Thursday - We feature live music from a local musicians from 7p-9p

Happy Hour 3-7 PM
$3 off all Apps except the Ceviche, Tableside Guacamole, & Nachos
$3 off all 6th St Signature Cocktails
$2 off all Margaritas
$1 off all Beer
$2 off all Glasses of Wine

Amped Austin

300 East 6th Street , Austin TX, 78701
Happy Hour:
$3 wells and domestics

DJ Spinning All Night
Bottle Specials
$3.25 SoCo anything shots and cocktails .

The Nook Amphitheater

309 E 6th St , Austin TX, 78701
College Night
$2 Wells and Domestics
$4 Soco and Lime Shot

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