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The Builders and the Butchers at Antone's . It's difficult not to compare Portland band the Builders and the Butchers to the Decemberists - both play dark, epic folk songs full of thumping percussion, mandolins and banjos.
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Things got a little awkward during Chelsea Clinton's speech at the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas, Tuesday, when she proudly told a full house of tech and digital enthusiasts: "I'm obsessed with diarrhea."
"We're seeing a huge growth spurt within the augmented reality market, particularly in the last six months," said Annie Weinberger, the HP general manager overseeing Aurasma.
Former security contractor Edward Snowden, addressing a sympathetic crowd at a tech-heavy event in Austin, Texas, on Monday from a secret location in Russia, said proposed reforms at the National Security Agency show that he was vindicated in leaking classified material.
Speaking at the South By South West festival in Austin, Texas, the star recalled what had made him aspire to become an actor but complained about how Hollywood has changed.
In the past five years, 27,000 people have been arrested in Austin, Texas, for the offense known as "public intoxication," making up a whopping ten percent of all arrests.
Looks like things are heating up once more for on-again, off-again couple Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez.
This photo provided by The Guardian Newspaper in London shows Edward Snowden, who worked as a contract employee at the National Security Agency, June 9, 2013, in Hong Kong.
The 20-year-old pop star surprised a small crowd at Banger's Sausage House & Beer Garden in Austin, Texas, on Sunday night.
Plans are in motion to build a "sobriety center" to accommodate our city's large population of drunkies and essentially decriminalize public intoxication in Austin.
Now TV could be rocked by another game changer. Say hello to Robert Rodriguez, who, down in the Lone Star State at his aptly named Troublemaker Studios, is ready to rewrite some more rules.
Sure, there is concert footage in the documentary -- and much of it is quite impressive.
Texas writer Elroy Bode, 82, has retired. He describes his final book, "El Paso Days, as "sort of equivalent to the word-shavings gathered on the front porch as an old guy sits there, alone, whittling on his stick day after day, staring at the fading afternoon."
It's like nothing we expected. Calendar editor James Renovitch, photographer John Leach, and I got to spend a morning with professional falconer Steve Oleson and his noble pal, Meego.