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    Five bills that would change the way craft beer brewers and brewpubs do business in the state have been approved by the Texas Senate and could go before the Texas House of Representatives this week, potentially becoming law before fall.


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    Get ready to mingle! This week, you can share a drink at either the north or downtown Door64 Happy Hours, enjoy a beer with fellow C/C++ coders, or meet Austin’s solar power specialists. There are also plenty of user groups plus a space themed app Hackathon on Saturday.

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    Old Settler’s Music Festival, the legendary annual get-together that unites musicians, would-be musicians, music lovers, pot smokers and hula-hoopers will once again rear its melodic head out in Driftwood this weekend. Here’s a preview of who you should make a point of seeing, and hopefully run into after hours.

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    Where in Austin can you go to see a physical reminder of the city’s birth? Does anything remain in our modern metropolis that greeted Texas President Mirabeau Lamar upon his triumphant 1839 entry into the city he helped create?

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    Get ready for goths to descend on downtown this weekend for Convergence XIX. If you’re more a fan of primary colors, check out Give to Game, a two day boardgame event raising money for charity. For those of you who want to enjoy a unique combination of culture and the outdoors, enjoy Merchant of Venice at Austin’s own scale reproduction of Shakespeare’s Globe Theater.

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    Ask Waterloo Records proprietor John Kunz the secret to his store's success for three decades and counting, and, typical of his nature, his answer is not about himself. He says that "it's so much about Austin, and Austin getting it."


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    I know I’m not alone when I ask, “What the hell is going on this week?” It seems everywhere you turn, terrible things are happening.


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    We spent 12 days in West Texas in late March, mostly in Big Bend National Park, mostly hiking – 55 miles over nine days, to be exact. It was a trying, rewarding, educational and enlightening experience that made me more appreciative of not only Texas but life and the universe, if you’ll allow me to be so trippy.

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    There are a lot of firsts this week. Check out Austin’s brand new communications apps group, new web game developers group, and new API developers group. If that’s not enough newness for you, check out UT’s Journalism Apps Demo Day.

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    It’s with great sadness to me that Run Tex has bitten the dust. After falling behind on rent for more than 3 months, the store was forced to shutter its downtown location doors.

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    Well, it’s a little over a month after South by Southwest, so by my calculations, approximately 2,000 new residents are now settling in, after “discovering” Austin in March. Being the kind person I am, I’ve put together a dozen pointers to help these newbies get acclimated.

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    Amidst all the big news last week, one local incident also managed to make headlines here: Travis County District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg's DWI arrest.


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    In a city as fit as Austin is, it’s always strange to me that people don’t walk more here. I think part of the reason is that Austin isn’t a very walkable city yet, but part of it is the car culture that perpetuates in Austin and its surroundings.

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    Mobility activists and City officials say efforts like new hybrid pedestrian crosswalks represent a step in the right direction to making Austin more pedestrian friendly, even if there is still a long way to go.

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    You’ve got some hard choices ahead of you this festival-tastic weekend. Will you spend Saturday at the Weekend of Whedon, Eeyore’s Birthday Party, or the Dragon Boat Festival? In addition to Saturday’s dilemma, this week you can also enjoy everything from burlesque to geeky watch parties. It’s a good week to be an Austin geek.

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    Performers and music fans from around the world will converge this weekend at Carson Creek Ranch for the Sixth Annual Austin Psych Fest. Here are a few we’re excited to see.

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    We’ve trolled Facebook, LinkedIn, and odd corners of the internet looking for the tech jobs you won’t find on Craigslist. Most of these come from people at the company in question hoping a friend of a friend can help them find a good person to hire. Luckily for you, The Austin Post is your friend.

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    The legend of Faust has travelled down many paths, including the writing of Goethe and the music of Gounod. Last night’s opening of the Austin Lyric Opera’s (ALO) rendition was an impressive and delightful episode in the journey and left intriguing questions for future pondering.

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    Gigabot’s slogan is, “This is huge!” If you’ve ever had a chance to see (or, in my case, fondle) a MakerBot or Cube, you know most 3D printers can only make objects that will fit into the palm of your hand. Gigabot can print up to an incredible two feet by two feet. In the 3D printing world, that’s not just huge, it’s incredible. To put it in perspective, the Cube can print objects about the size of an apple. Gigabot can print objects bigger than the entire Cube.

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    The Austin Animal Center (AAC) is asking for the community's help to mitigate their current overcrowding.


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