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Mohawk Austin

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18AprEaster Prayer Space
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Journey Imperfect Faith Community

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18AprACL Radio's Unplugged at the Grove with Ray Wylie Hubbard
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Shady Grove Restaurant

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18AprThis is the Zodiac Speaking!
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Fallout Theater

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18AprAnthony David: Love Unplugged
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Hanovers 2.0

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18AprNight of Murder & Mystery
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Jillian Conway
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Plush
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PLush is a great place to go with friends for a night filled with dancing and drinking! Celebrating a birthday? Head to Plush to celebrate in style!

Torchy's Tacos
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Torchy's Tacos has some of the best queso in Austin! If you like great tacos and some ooey-gooey cheese to go alongside them, this is a must try!!


Holly Hargett
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Roaring Fork Austin
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The Roaring Fork's wood fired cooking makes for bold and powerful flavors. It's not just beef - you can get lamb, chicken, pork or fish. It's all prepared by a wood fire rotisserie on an open flame grill or wood oven roasting. They've been serving Austin for over a decade, so they're doing something right!

Hyatt Regency Austin
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On Lady Bird Lake and close to the 6th Street entertainment district, this is a perfect spot to enjoy Downtown Austin. It's a five-minute walk to South Congress Bridge to watch Austin's famous bat show, featuring over 1.5 million Mexican free-tailed bats!


Matthew Strickland
Review 6 hours ago
Duchman Family Winery
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Really fun restaurants as well as a great winery! Can't wait to visit again.

The Aquarium on Sixth
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LOVE the atmosphere and fish tanks. Very unique decor, drinks, and great service.


Austin Monthly has new update
10 hours ago What to Do in Austin Today: April 18
Swing by the Spring Oddities Market and discover the creepiest trinkets and art pieces.
The Daily Texan has new update
12 hours ago Groups seek to honor cyclist killed in crash, call for change
Bike Austin sent a letter to the University calling for immediate changes to San Jacinto Boulevard after the death of Tony Diaz, the 39-year-old cyclist killed in a collision with a CapMetro bus on Jan. 28.  “The University is very saddened by (Diaz’s) fatality,” said Jim Walker, Campus Master Plan Advisory committee member. “We never want that kind of thing to happen. When it does, it … sharpens our focus and the efforts that we have going.” The letter was sent on behalf of 23 individuals and groups, including Colton Becker, 2018–2019 student body president, James Lentz, Campus Bike Alliance president, and Elizabeth Meuller, director of the graduate program in community and regional planning. The letter urges the University to “consider immediate implementation of protected bike lanes on San Jacinto.” “(The University) should make changes to make the road a safer street for students,” civil engineering senior Lentz said. “The best way to do that would be to have separate lanes for bicycle traffic. There are a lot of ways they could do a temporary fix that would allow a separate lane for cyclists without having to reconfigure the street entirely.”   #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 every morning? In 2013, the Campus Master Plan advisory committee created plans that included the addition of bike lanes to San Jacinto Boulevard. However, this plan has not yet been acted upon. The Campus Bike Alliance is also working with members of Student Government and the office of the Dean of Students to put up a permanent memorial for Diaz, following the University’s removal of Diaz’s “ghost bike.” A ghost bike is defined by Macmillan Dictionary as “a bicycle which is painted white and left in a particular place in memory of a cyclist who has been killed.” “I think it’s important to remind us that there are things that the University should be doing … to guarantee the safety of students,” Lentz said. “I think it’s good to have a ghost bike there to remind people that when someone dies on the street, it’s not just a number. It’s something that has repercussions.” University spokesperson J.B. Bird said the University is encouraging the Campus Bike Alliance to seek out a long-term memorial for Diaz. “We were grateful to host (the ghost bike) on a temporary basis,” Bird said. “It’s great that we have students that are advocating for safety and honoring (Diaz).”
Burnt Orange Nation has new update
15 hours ago 4-star CB Joel Williams includes Texas in his Top 13
The Longhorns are in contention for another Baton Rouge product. The No. 7 rated prospect from the state of Louisiana took the next step in his recruiting process on Tuesday evening by releasing his Top 13 schools. The Texas Longhorns are among one of the many programs still under consideration by Joel Williams. “For I know the plans I have for you, plans to give you hope and a future” #Jeremiah29:11 #Top13 •Recruitment is still open pic.twitter.com/AICNeYluTV— Joel Williams (@sayyjoee) April 16, 2019 The other programs still in contention for the Louisiana athlete are Arkansas, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, Oklahoma, Oregon, Penn State, Tennessee, and Texas A&M. In order to land another talented recruit from the boot state, Tom Herman and Jason Washington will have to out-recruit the hometown LSU Tigers and rival Texas A&M Aggies to do so. The Aggies hold a slight edge over the Tigers in the Crystal Ball predictions for Williams, thus far. Standing at 6’2 190-pounds, Williams plays both sides of the ball (WR/CB) for Madison Prep Academy (Baton Rouge). Along with his 75.2-inch wingspan, an impressive 35.2-inch vertical jump posted at the Opening Regionals speaks for his dual-threat athletic ability. Williams visited the following three SEC programs over the last two months — LSU, Tennessee, and Texas A&M — and made an unofficial visit to Texas last month.
Austin Hersh
Article 1 week ago
Popular Bar Aquarium on 6th in Austin is a Perfect Spot to Get Your Drink On!
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Jacob Skidmore
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Best Queso in Austin
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Austin Hersh
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Best Craft Breweries in Austin
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Austin Hersh
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Best Underground Music Clubs in Austin
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Thursday Specials in Austin

The Pitch

700 N LBJ #113 , San Marcos TX, 78666
Happy Hour 3pm-7pm
$2 off Signature & Classic Cocktails | $1 off ALL beer

Amped Austin

300 East 6th Street , Austin TX, 78701
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