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Fine Dining Restaurants in Austin with Private Rooms for Your Holiday Party!
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Your Austin Film Festival Go-to Guide | October 24-31 in Downtown Austin
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19OctAFS Presents: THE MAN FROM PLANET X
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Tomorrow at 14:00 – 03:30 pm

AFS Cinema

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19OctDAIQUIRI DASH - Austin
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Tomorrow at 13:00 – 05:00 pm

Old Settler's Park

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19OctFall + Halloween Trios
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Tomorrow at 13:00 – 04:00 pm

Toast and Timber

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19OctIndependence Brewing's 15th Fiesta Pre-Sale
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Tomorrow at 12:00 – 10:00 pm

Independence Brewing Co.

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19OctHops & Grain 8th Anniversary Party
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Tomorrow at 11:00 – 10:00 pm

Hops and Grain

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KXAN News has new update
11 hours ago Some Central Austin neighbors against proposed land development code
Homeowners have put up yard signs that read: "CodeNEXT is BACK - Let's Save Our City."
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11 hours ago Austin photographer’s craft beer photos raise money for breast cancer group
Austin beverage and food photographer Julien Fleury captured the images last month and will auction them off Saturday, Oct. 19, as part of his 4th annual Beers on Pink event to support the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
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17 hours ago Texas wins if, Texas loses if: Williams presents problems out of backfield
Last week, the Longhorns fell to the Oklahoma Sooners in the 115th edition of the Red River Rivalry. There were some bright spots, such as the defense showing up to play with several injuries to key contributors. However, the offense struggled to score on a generally porous defense. The team was constantly deep within its own territory, and struggled to get anything going offensively. This week, Texas will try to get back on track against the Kansas Jayhawks. Here’s how the game against Kansas could go: Texas wins if …  … the defense can stop Pooka Williams Jr.  Sophomore running back Pooka Williams Jr. did something no Longhorn could do against Oklahoma, rushing for over 120 yards against the Sooners in the week before the Red River Rivalry. Last year, Williams ran for over 100 yards and a touchdown against Texas in a tense game the Longhorns had to win in order to advance to the Big 12 championship game. As a proven force of nature in the rushing game, Williams could be trouble for a Texas defense that was just gashed by the Sooners’ running offense. If the Longhorn defensive line, led by senior Malcolm Roach and freshman standout Keondre Coburn, can shut down Williams and help out the short-handed secondary, it will be much easier to pull off the win. … the offense gets back on track.  Heading into last week, most people assumed the game would result in a shootout between two high-octane offenses. However, out of the gate the Longhorns suffered several quick three-and-outs. While the offense recovered a bit in the second half, it was too little too late. The offense is capable of much more, having scored at least 36 points in every other game this season. Led by junior quarterback Sam Ehlinger, freshman running back Roschon Johnson, and senior receivers Devin Duvernay and Collin Johnson, the team should be poised and ready for a resurgence against the Jayhawks. Texas loses if …  … the defense regresses.  While the offense was scrambling to produce any points, the defense was fighting hard to make sure Texas wouldn’t be out of the game. Forcing two turnovers in the red zone allowed the Longhorns to have a chance to make a comeback, and the depth in the secondary proved up to the task against graduate transfer quarterback Jalen Hurts. While Kansas’ offense is not nearly as formidable as the Sooners’ offense, it should not be taken lightly. Senior quarterback Carter Stanley put up three touchdown passes on the Oklahoma defense, and strayed from turnovers. An undisciplined effort on the defensive side of the ball could lead to an early deficit that would be difficult to overcome. If the team suffers from a letdown after last week’s loss, the Longhorns could be looking at another disappointing result. … Roschon Johnson takes a step back.  The freshman has been one of the best stories in Longhorn football. He has quickly adjusted after transitioning from quarterback to running back, and has led the team in rushing for the past two games, with over 200 combined yards of rushing offense. He has arguably performed better than sophomore running back Keaontay Ingram, and has provided a spark on offense for weeks. In the game against Oklahoma, his 57-yard run led to the first touchdown of the game that he also scored, and finally got the offense into some kind of rhythm. The offense would suffer if Johnson were to take a step back, which could lead to trouble against Kansas. 
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17 hours ago Women’s cross country prepares to run through final leg before championship season
Texas women’s cross country will reignite the famous in-state rivalry with Texas A&M when it travels to College Station, Texas, to compete in the Arturo Barrios Invitational on Saturday. It will be the final meet for the Longhorns before the Big 12 Championship on Nov. 2. The race this weekend will be the first 6k for the Longhorns since Sept. 28 at the Bill Dellinger Invitational in Springfield, Oregon, where the team finished seventh overall. Senior Kathryn Gillespie was the Longhorns’ top finisher, posting a time of 20:34.2 to beat out fellow Longhorn senior Destiny Collins by a tenth of a second. Both times were impressive. However, the Horns will have some serious competition in College Station. Several ranked teams will make up the field this weekend, including Texas A&M, California Baptist University, Florida and LSU. The Gators are the defending champions of the invitational, and both Cal Baptist and Florida have runners who have posted faster times in the 6k event than Gillespie and Collins this season. Texas is no stranger to performing in College Station. In 2018, Collins finished fourth overall in the 6k, and Texas came away fourth on the leaderboard as well. Texas is coming off of a second overall finish in the 5k two weeks ago at the Chile Pepper Cross Country Festival in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Texas women’s distance coach PattiSue Plumer said the second-place finish was “a good springboard for championship season.” The end of October is a crucial time for the team as it decides who’s going to make it into November. #mc_embed_signup{background:#fff; clear:left; font:14px Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif; width:100%;} /* Add your own Mailchimp form style overrides in your site stylesheet or in this style block. We recommend moving this block and the preceding CSS link to the HEAD of your HTML file. */ Want more content like this in your inbox? Sign up for Tailgating with Texas! With less than a month before the Big 12 Championship on Nov. 2 and the South Central Region Championship on Nov. 15, Texas will get a chance to measure its strength against competition it will be facing shortly. Of the teams competing this weekend in College Station, 16 are from the South Central Region and four are from the Big 12. The Longhorns are currently ranked No. 2 in the South Central Region. If they are able to keep up that positioning, it will mean they will get an automatic bid to the NCAA championship in late November. As far as the Longhorns being able to compete for a championship, “They decide,” Plumer said. “If they can do it, we take them. We’re super capable and they deserve to be there.”
Nicholas Day
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Things To Do in Austin This Weekend | October 17-20
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Jillian Conway
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LifeAustin Amphitheatre
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I've seen a few shows here and they were totally awesome! I absolutely love seeing live music and this is my favorite theater in Austin!


Nicholas Day
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AFS Cinema
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One of the coolest theaters and performing arts venues in Austin!

The Nook Amphitheater
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One of the best music venues in Austin! Definitely a staple for live music in Austin


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Pool Burger
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Solid creative burgers and meals with a fun atmosphere and great service.

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Brunch cocktails and offerings are really solid, as is the late night menu. Service is great, it's pricey but well worth it.


Nicholas Day
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Things To Do in Austin This Weekend | October 10-13
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Friday Specials in Austin

Z Tejas| West 6th

1110 W 6th S , Austin Tx, 78703
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

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620 W 6th St , Austin TX, 78701
POP Bottle Night
Every Friday Night
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