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    Although the growing season in Austin is really year-round, springtime makes the farmers markets more fun. The weather is nice, the variety of vegetables expands and during the season of rebirth, we get to connect with the people growing our food.


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    There’s a trend among Austin restaurants right now that I really wish would end. It confuses customers, it makes for a hurried experience, and it takes away the “luxurious” aspect of dining out. It’s the counter service model.


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    Get ready for a Pop-Culture-Palooza this weekend! We have a premier party for the return of Doctor Who, a premier party for the return of Game of Thrones, and a chance to pitch in and help build the only 1:1 replica Star Wars Starfighter in America. Along the way, there’s also LARPing, gaming, and plenty of other geeky get togethers.

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    Three of Guy Town's "soiled doves" flaunt themselves for the camera.


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    I normally use this space to show off a little-known Austin project that deserves some extra love. This week, I have something a little bigger in mind. By “a little bigger” I mean “already has over $4 million in pledges.” That’s right - The Veronica Mars Movie Project is actually based out of our fair city.

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    If anyone has their finger on the pulse of Austin's über-dynamic Downtown, it's Jude Galligan, publisher and primary writer of Downtown Austin Blog.


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    A few days a week for almost six months out of the year, you’ll find a group of 30 Austin teens and adult volunteers working together to learn on a farm in East Austin. They're not just growing vegetables; they're developing leadership and job skills, and giving back to the community .


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    It’s easy to think Austin is still a small town with big ideas. Then you run into a group of recruiters sent here by the mayor of London to find innovative local tech companies interested in expanding overseas.

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    Nerd Nite is back, bringing you another month of TED Talk style goodness. This week you can also enjoy Burlesque for a good cause, meet fellow Star Wars fans at the Fan Force meeting, meet fellow Ren Faire lovers at the premier of Faire: An American Renaissance, plus play plenty of board games.

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    Ben Riseman, proprietor and spearhead of Infest Austin, is talking on his cell phone, nervously pacing the sidewalk and smoking a cigarette in front of the Fifth St.


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    "King Me" is a beautiful album from start to finish by locals O Conqueror. The band produces a soft, somber, and almost floaty sound which remains alluring from track to track.

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    It’s one heck of a week for networking. The always awesome BASHH is back on Thursday, plus the Black Social Media Summit, Bootstrap 2013 Conference, and Door64 Happy Hour. It’s also a good week for space enthusiasts with Yuri’s Night, the International Space Apps Challenge, and a meeting of the Austin Machine Learning Group.

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    It’s no surprise Erik Zapata, Jenna Green and Matt Valentine of SyFy’s Face Off all came from Austin. For a small city, we have a surprisingly large indie special effects and costumer subculture.

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    The City of Austin and Google announced today that Austin will become the second test city to roll out Google Fiber, a (very) fat-pipe Internet connection that will launch in Austin neighborhoods in the next few years.


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    Austin prides itself on being the “weird” part of Texas. We have goats, chickens and bees in our backyards. We shop local. We have events like the oldest kite festival in the world. We have food trailers and breakfast tacos.


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    The City of Austin began thinking about what would replace the Robert Mueller Municipal Airport decades before it closed, holding hundreds of meetings with 16 neighborhood associations in the 1980s and 1990s to decide wh


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    While multiple Hugo Award and John W. Campbell Award winning science fiction and fantasy author Elizabeth Bear isn’t exactly an indie author, she did spend the last five years collaborating on an indie web serial called Shadow Unit. The serial has just been collected into a print book.

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    This week, you can play a special effects filled LARP with the folks from SCARE for a Cure, honor the first human in space at Yuri’s Night, enjoy some Tesla-Tastic music with Arc Attack’s not-so-secret show, and, of course, enjoy plenty of boardgames and laid back geek clubs.

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