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Tomorrow at 15:00 – 05:30 pm

Hibbs Insurance Agency

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24MayBellydance Cohesion Stage 1
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Tomorrow at 10:00 – 05:30 pm

Rose Movement Studio

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24MayTest Before You Invest: The Lean Startup Method
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Tomorrow at 10:00 – 01:00 pm

Entrepreneur Center of Austin

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23MayEl Gran Silencio - Live In Austin
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Today at 09:00 PM - May 24, 02:00 AM

Flamingo Cantina

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23MayWomenHack - Austin Employer Ticket 5/23
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Today at 08:00 PM - 10:30 pm

Looking for a great company to host this event! email lisa@womenhack.com

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23MayHot Luck Fest (May 23–26, 2019) - The All-in Whole Enchilada Passes
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Today at 07:00 PM - May 27, 12:30 AM

Various Venues

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23MayLake Travis Start of Summer Party
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Today at 07:00 PM - 07:00 pm

Northshore Marina At the Hollows

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Leslie Dymock on Copper Restaurant & Dessert Lounge
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Copper Restaurant & Dessert Lounge
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This is my favorite brunch spot in Austin! They have bottomless mimosas and a great menu selection with savory and sweet options. They also have great happy hour options as well!

Danny Grandez on Fado Irish Pub
Review 8 hours ago
Fado Irish Pub
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Great Irish Pub with some awesome live music.

Lisa Osorio on Kerbey Lane Cafe (NW)
Review 10 hours ago
Kerbey Lane Cafe (NW)
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Love this cute breakfast spot! so good!!

Winnie Su on The Belmont
Review 11 hours ago
The Belmont
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Really cool place!

LeeAnn Huntoon on CRU Food & Wine Bar 2nd Street
Review 11 hours ago
CRU Food & Wine Bar 2nd Street
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Great place for happy hour in Austin

Austin Hersh
Review 12 hours ago
Hank's Austin
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Love the decor and atmosphere! The food is fantastic as well!

Iron Cactus (North)
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I had a great experience with the staff! Plus they have really good Tex-Mex!


Maggie Jones
Review 12 hours ago
The Driskill
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Maggie Mae's
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Maggie Mae's has great happy hour prices, rooftop bar and live music! Perfect spot for a fun night in Austin!

Pros: Multiple levels, rooftop bar, young crowd & affordable prices

Cons: Parking is a headache - take an uber!


Anqi Yu on Azul Rooftop Pool Bar + Lounge
Review 12 hours ago
Azul Rooftop Pool Bar + Lounge
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Great view and live music. Will be returning soon.

Nicholas Day
Review 14 hours ago
Maggie Mae's
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Definitely one of the best bars in Austin with live music

Madras Pavilion Austin
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One of the best all you can restaurants in Austin!


Matthew Strickland on Kerbey Lane Cafe (NW)
Review 15 hours ago
Kerbey Lane Cafe (NW)
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Everyone needs a 24-hour diner with exceptional breakfast food near them, and Kerbey Lane is that diner! Just great breakfast and brunch items, and the lunch/dinner fare is also a hit.

KUT Austin has new update
16 hours ago Her Dad Didn’t Pay Child Support. So This Austin Woman Helped Change The Texas Constitution.
Susan Morrison was two years old when her dad left. Her mother, Eleanor, was left to care for Susan and her two siblings. The experience led to Susan on a journey to change the Texas Constitution to make sure other kids didn't have the same experience she did growing up.
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22 hours ago Longhorns offer 4-star SF Jabri Abdur-Rahim
The son of former NBA standout Shareef Abdur-Rahim is now officially on the Longhorns’ radar. Yet another out-of-state prospect now has a Texas Longhorns offer in hand, as Blairstown (N.J.) Blair Academy small forward Jabri Abdur-Rahim took to Twitter on Wednesday evening to announce an offer from Shaka Smart’s program. Blessed to receive an offer from the University of Texas! pic.twitter.com/7Q3AwAFXBI— Jabri (@jabri404) May 23, 2019 The son of Shareef Abdur-Rahim, who enjoyed a 13-year NBA career and earned an NBA All-Star appearance in 2002, Abdur-Rahim is now owner to 31 scholarship offers, with the Longhorns joining Villanova, Michigan, Kansas, Maryland, Virginia, and Florida in the mix, among numerous others. The four-star wing stuffed the stat sheet as a junior, averaging 17.7 points, 9.2 rebounds, 2.6 assists, and 1.7 blocks per contest en route to New Jersey Gatorade Player of the Year honors, and his stock has only continued to soar throughout the EYBL circuit. Thus far, only Georgia has earned a Crystal Ball pick for the nation’s No. 60 prospect and No. 16 small forward, per the 247Sports Composite. The 6’5, 185-pound Abdur-Rahim now joins fellow four-star wings such as Mount Pleasant (Utah) Wasatch Academy product Caleb Lohner and Duncanville standout Micah Peavy on Texas’ radar.
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1 day ago Will Texas use its final scholarship spot after missing on Jaden McDaniels?
The departure of Elijah Mitrou-Long early this month opened up a chance for the program to add another player. With a single emoji and an edit, the recruitment of Federal Way forward Jaden McDaniels ended without warning late Tuesday evening on the West Coast in favor of the hometown Washington Huskies: pic.twitter.com/wr12lgZjBO— Jmac (@Jmcdaniels7) May 22, 2019 The tweet ended a mysterious recruitment that came down to Washington and Kentucky in the final days, though Texas was in the mix when McDaniels released his top five last fall. In early May, guard Elijah Mitrou-Long opened up a scholarship spot when he announced his intentions to become a graduate transfer after spending two seasons in Austin, so officially missing on McDaniels raises questions about whether head coach Shaka Smart will elect to use that spot at all. Mitrou-Long’s two years at Texas illustrated the downsides of taking a multi-year transfer making a jump to a bigger program — he sat out a year during which his scholarship was unable to contribute on a court, then wasn’t able to translate his high-usage game from Mount St. Mary’s to a much smaller role in the nation’s best conference. Regardless of any lessons learned by Smart due to the Mitrou-Long experience, there are several options for the Longhorns regarding this scholarship spot. Texas could pursue a 2019 prospect, perhaps someone surfacing on the radar late like former UTEP guard signee Brendan Wenzel, who ended up at Utah. Smart could take another transfer without immediate eligibility or a transfer with immediate eligibility. Finally, if there aren’t any ideal fits from any of those avenues, Smart could simply choose not to use the final scholarship and deploy it in the 2020 class. Let’s walk through those options. The most appealing option available is former Michigan signee Jalen Wilson, a small forward from Denton Guyer. If the Longhorns hire former Wolverines assistant Luke Yaklich, Wilson’s primary recruiter, it’s possible that Texas could become a factor in Wilson’s recruitment. However, Smart didn’t extend an offer to Wilson during his first recruiting process and the nation’s No. 50 prospect, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings, has already set up official visits to Kansas and North Carolina. Wilson also seemingly took notice of Juwan Howard’s reported hire at Michigan. So any interest between Wilson and the Horns seems relatively unlikely, even if Yaklich does end up in Austin. Taking a multi-year transfer who has to sit out a year would impact the limited openings in what will likely be a small 2020 class, so that doesn’t loom as the best option. If Smart does decide to go that route, one potential option is former Oregon point guard Victor Bailey, an Austin McNeil product. On the negative side, Bailey fell out of the rotation for the Ducks late last season, but he did shoot nearly 40 percent from three-point range and protected the basketball well, both skills that would fit well with the Longhorns. There isn’t any buzz about graduate transfers connected to Texas and there aren’t any major gaps on the roster, either, though perhaps an experienced defender and rebounder in the frontcourt would make sense. The best available graduate transfer who fits that mold is former UNLV standout Shakur Justion, once a highly-regarded junior college transfer who suffered a knee injury last season and only played in eight games. He scored 14.6 points per game as a junior and added 10.0 rebounds — the 6’7, 220-pounder is an efficient scorer and strong on the glass. However, he’s not a long-range shooter, struggled at the free-throw line, turned the ball over frequently, and isn’t a shot blocker. Another option is currently in the NBA Draft — former Virginia Tech power forward Kerry Blackshear Jr., who is also under pursuit by Florida, Kentucky, and Texas A&M. The 6’10, 250-pounder has some offensive skill, but he’s not a strong enough defender or rebounder to make him especially appealing for Texas given his other interest. It’s possible that a player emerges from off the current radar to end up taking that final scholarship spot for the 2019-20 season, but given the lack of a strong graduate transfer fit, the best guess right now is that Texas saves that spot for the 2020 recruiting class.
512Area has new update 1 day ago Texas Legislature approves small expansion of medical cannabis program
If Gov. Greg Abbott signs on, it means Texans suffering from ailments such as autism and Parkinson’s could be prescribed low-THC cannabis by a doctor.
Holly Hargett on Edis Chocolates
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Locally owned Edis Chocolates is a go-to-place for some of the best chocolates in town! They're famous for their gluten-free baked goods like their hazelnut amaretto torte or their peanut butter mousse cake.

Thursday Specials in Austin

Amped Austin

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

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

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

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