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Songbird is a brutally honest, behind the scenes look at the songwriting and recording process. Based on Marco North's experiences with his debut album, Heaven Get Behind Me, he shares demos, hard-earned lessons, triumphs and finished tracks in each episode. An expat New Yorker living in Moscow, playing 100-year-old instruments, writing songs about Fellini dying, a French stalker, Kodachrome and California divorces, North shares one bittersweet anecdote after the next in this fascinating dee ...
 
Hooman is an experiential psychedelic DJ specializing in Melodic House, Deep House, Deep Tech and Tribal Techno. His sexy uplifting tribal sounds have Middle-eastern, Mexican and South American influences. Rev. has worked with producers like GoldCap, Sabo, Be Svenden, Bedouin, Unders, Britta, Miyagi, The Soul Brothers and Behrouz. Let's share the music we love, the moments that move us and the flow that creates our inner peace. Peace & Love! Rev. For bookings email hooman@therev.me -{( Booki ...
 
SMI Radio is a weekly audio magazine that takes you inside of the local music scene here in Seattle and the Northwest. We feature great music from some of the finest local, regional, national and global music artists as well as interesting conversation with them. We cover a variety of bands and musical genres. SMI Radio invites you to follow us as we take you inside of the local music scene here in Seattle and the Northwest. We will cover a variety of bands and musical genres. We will take y ...
 
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Elgin downtown businesses, the Main Street program and the Greater Elgin Chamber of Commerce will relaunch Sip Shop and Stroll from 5 to ... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Austin American Statesman による
 
The city of Austin will host a series of Zoom meetings for the community to provide feedback on the hiring of a new police chief. Meetings will take ... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Austin American Statesman による
 
Central Texas colleges, students to split $250 million in federal COVID-19 pandemic relief ... Austin American-Statesman. Central Texas higher education institutions and students are set to ... so that Dreamers now qualify just like See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Austin American Statesman による
 
Millie Thompson. Hays County Court-at-Law Judge Millie Thompson resigned from her post ... criminal justice system, turned in a resignation letter Wednesday See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Austin American Statesman による
 
The Bastrop City Council last week decided to pass on making Juneteenth a city holiday, opting instead to add a floating holiday to its roster of employee benefits. The move sparked debate and discussion among council members, residents and people who want the city to formally recognize Juneteenth, an annual holiday that celebrates the end of slave…
 
Cedar Park-based Firefly Aerospace has raised $75 million in funding as the company moves closer to its inaugural rocket launch. Firefly, which was founded in 2014, is an aerospace company working to develop a group of launch vehicles and in-space services, and has contracts with multiple customers, including NASA and General Atomics. See omnystudi…
 
The Hays County Parks and Open Space Advisory Commission is seeking new ideas and project recommendations. The group provided recommendations that might be funded by the Hays County Proposition A, Parks & Open Space Bond on the November 2020 ballot. The bond was passed with a 70 percent voter approval. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inform…
 
A state district judge has tossed out a lawsuit by Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller, who argued that his constitutional rights were violated by a Texas Senate rule that requires visitors to take a COVID-19 test before gaining access to the Senate gallery and committee hearing rooms. In a short order issued Friday afternoon, the judge ruled…
 
The Austin metropolitan area continued to see widespread growth during the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, but growth in Travis County might be slowing, according to the latest estimates from the Census Bureau. The Austin area continues to be one of the fastest-growing in the nation, ranking fourth in total population growth and No. 1 in rate of grow…
 
An effort to ban transgender student athletes from competing in sports within their gender identity gained new traction in a last-minute House public education committee meeting Friday. The legislation, Senate Bill 29, had been narrowly voted down in the House committee earlier this week, but in a meeting Friday morning, lawmakers approved a commit…
 
The Oklahoma State University rocket team “The Space Cowboys” join us to talk about their first place placement in the Argonia Cup contest. They talk about their rocket, the payload, and some of their greatest challenges in making it all happen.A member of the Space Cowboys prepping the glider for flight...Also Bob Brown joins us to talk about The …
 
Technology giant Samsung is considering spending $673 million to build solar energy farms in Central Texas, according to documents filed with the state. Samsung C&T, a subsidiary of Samsung Group, has negotiated tax breaks for the potential projects in Milam County, north of the Austin metro area. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information…
 
The Texas House killed a bill Thursday that would have paved the way for hundreds of Lake Austin shoreline homes to secede from the city of Austin. Senate Bill 659 from Sen. Dawn Buckingham, R-Lakeway, died on a point of order from state Rep. Donna Howard, D-Austin. The bill had passed the Senate on April 15 and appeared headed for passage after it…
 
Incumbent Matt Baker and Kristin Stevens said they are ready to get to work after winning their elections to the Round Rock City Council. Final election results from Saturday show Stevens finished with 4,181 votes or 61.1 percent to Tina Steiner's 2,659 votes or 38.8 percent in the Place 5 contest. In the Place 3 race, Baker received 4,486 votes or…
 
Home construction is booming at a rapid pace across the Austin region — but it's still not fast enough to keep up with torrid demand, builders and local housing market experts say. The demand is being driven in part by the wave of people moving in from other parts of the country. Also playing a role are low mortgage interest rates and buyers who ha…
 
Local nonprofits, health departments and other organizations soon will be able to apply for state grants to aid COVID-19 vaccination outreach efforts amid declining vaccine demand across the state. State health officials earmarked $10 million for the grants, Texas Department of State Health Services spokesman Chris Van Deusen said, coming on the he…
 
The city of Austin announced Friday that Doctor Desmar Walkes [wahlks] would take over May 31st as the Austin's area's top doc in matters involving public health policy. Walkes will replace Dr. Mark Escott, who served as Austin-Travis County health authority throughout the coronavirus pandemic in an interim role. As the health authority, Walkes als…
 
Using a parliamentary challenge as the Texas House was churning through legislation early Friday, Democrats sank a bill that would have allowed the Lost Creek neighborhood to leave Austin by holding a disannexation election later this year. The successful point of order about 1:40 a.m. came roughly 11 hours after a similar Democratic challenge halt…
 
AGE of Central Texas will partner with Pflugerville [FLOO-gur-vill] Community Church to host the sixth annual Pflugerville Seniors Conference with daily seminars from 10 to 11:30 a.m. next week. The event will feature area experts discussing aging-related topics. The conference launches on Monday with the topic “Medication Management.” Baylor Scott…
 
The Austin City Council authorized a proposal to begin the process of opening sanctioned campsites for those experiencing homelessness — a potentially expensive and difficult-to-manage plan it rejected two years ago. In a separate vote, the City Council agreed to relaunch the beleaguered Austin Police Department's training academy on June 7, earlie…
 
Authorities have charged one of the state's most influential lobbyists and a top political consultant to Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller with theft after investigators said he stole money from possible investors in the state's hemp industry. An arrest warrant was issued for Todd M. Smith, 59, by a Travis County judge April 14, but Smith w…
 
The Texas House on Friday approved a bill that would penalize cities that cut police spending, inspired by the Austin City Council's move last year to trim the Police Department budget. Last-minute attempts by Democrats to add amendments and delay the measure through procedural moves failed. House Bill 1900, which passed in a 90-49 vote, next heads…
 
After a bitter partisan fight over a sweeping Republican election bill consumed most of Thursday night, the Texas House gave initial approval to Senate Bill 7 shortly after 3 a.m. Friday after adopting a series of agreed-upon amendments in rapid-fire fashion with little or no explanation provided. Many of the changes, negotiated in the early-mornin…
 
After a relatively quiet month, the political fight over GOP voting measures resumed in a big way Thursday when the Texas House began debate on a sweeping bill that would create new election-related crimes, boost penalties for existing crimes and raise the profile of partisan poll watchers. House Bill 6, which has been waiting in the wings since ea…
 
Adoption fees will be waived and no appointments will be necessary this weekend at Austin Animal Center as the shelter needs to get animals out the door after hitting capacity on Tuesday. From Thursday to Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., adopters can visit the shelter without an appointment, the center said. It will mark the first time the shelte…
 
The Texas House on Wednesday gave initial approval to a bill that would effectively ban most abortions by outlawing the procedure once a fetal heartbeat is detected, typically before a woman is aware she is pregnant. Abortion rights advocates have called the bill one of the most extreme abortion restrictions proposed in the state to date, and emoti…
 
Education advocates worry bills targeting discussions of racism and sexism in Texas public schools will hinder teachers' ability to discuss current events, history and ethnic studies with students. The Republican authors of the bills moving forward in the Legislature say their goal is to prevent the federal government and educators from pushing a p…
 
Austin FC’s Q2 Stadium will open three days earlier than planned to host the reigning world champion United States women's national team in an Olympics warmup against Nigeria. The June 16 match, slated for an 8 p.m. kickoff, will be the last match of the summer series featuring the United States, Nigeria, Portugal and Jamaica. Details on tickets fo…
 
The Williamson County and Cities Health District is hoping to see an increased demand for coronavirus vaccines when the Federal Drug Administration starts approving them for children. The FDA is expected to approve the Pfizer vaccine for children ages 12 and older in the coming days. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
St. Michael’s Catholic Academy, a high school in the Barton Creek neighborhood, announced that Heidi Sloan will take on the position as the new head of school starting in July. Sloan has worked at the school for eight years, most recently as director of academics, and she has worked closely with the outgoing head of school, Dr. Dawn Nichols, accord…
 
The St. David’s Foundation, Austin Community Foundation and the United Way for Greater Austin have awarded $415,000 in grants to 19 organizations in Central Texas to help boost the COVID-19 vaccination rates for disproportionately affected populations. The funding will help increase vaccination rates in the region, including in Bastrop County, by s…
 
Continuing down the path of loosening limits on Texas gun owners, a divided state Senate approved legislation to allow holstered handguns to be carried in public, openly or concealed, without a state-issued permit known as a license to carry. House Bill 1927 next returns to the Texas House to consider changes that senators made during almost seven …
 
The Texas House, split largely along party lines, voted Thursday to make it a crime to camp in public areas across the state. House Bill 1925, filed largely in response to Austin's struggle with people experiencing homelessness since the City Council lifted a local camping ban in 2019, next goes to the Texas Senate, where a similar bill has not got…
 
The Texas House has approved a bill that paves the way for the construction of tunnels for light-rail trains under two state-owned parks in downtown Austin. House Bill 3893 grants Capital Metro a 99-year lease to the underground rights of Republic Square Park and Brush Square. Both parks are set to have tunnels constructed under them as part of Pro…
 
A reconstituted Public Utility Commission met for the first time Thursday with two new board members taking over for the previous board, the entirety of which resigned in the aftermath of February's weeklong freeze that gripped the state. Governor Greg Abbott appointed Chairman Peter Lake and Commissioner Will McAdams to be the state's top power re…
 
Bastrop school board incumbent Kellye Seekatz fended off a challenge by Joseph Thompson for the Place 2 seat, according to Saturday’s election results.Seekatz received 2,239 votes, or 60% of the vote, for her reelection. Thompson received 1,512 votes, or 40%. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Like many parts of the country, metro Austin has been hit hard by COVID-19. And just like other areas of the country, the community has relied on medical professionals who have put their lives on the line throughout the pandemic. Among them are the community’s nurses who have been on the front lines, working tirelessly during the COVID-19 pandemic.…
 
Dell Medical School at the University of Texas has received a $2.26 million gift from Eric and Shanna Bass to study the impact of its health care approach on patient outcomes and costs. The gift to Dell Medical School will pay for resources to conduct a three-year study on the "360-degree care" model developed by the Musculoskeletal Institute at UT…
 
Austin Diaper Bank has expanded its Bright Spot Program to include a partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs of the Austin Area. The program, which started in 2019 as a pilot to provide feminine hygiene products to kids at Navarro Early College High School and Burnet Middle School, now provides tampons and pads to all 35 of Austin Diaper Bank's partner…
 
The San Marcos City Council on Tuesday approved an adjustment of wastewater rate calculations for residential customers to minimize the impact of February's historic freeze. The council approved a temporary change in the formula used to calculate residential wastewater rates to ensure customers are not overcharged in the upcoming year. See omnystud…
 
Education advocates worry bills targeting discussions of racism and sexism in Texas public schools will hinder teachers' ability to discuss current events, history and ethnic studies with students. The Republican authors of the bills moving forward in the Legislature say their goal is to prevent the federal government and educators from pushing a p…
 
Nine months after being acquired by a New York private equity firm, Waterloo Sparkling Water is making a splash at thousands of new stores. The Austin-based maker of carbonated water is adding 3,000 stores to its distribution, which brings its reach to 15,500 locations in all 50 states. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Two more federal lawsuits alleging excessive use of force in arrests have been filed in the past week against former Williamson County sheriff Robert Chody and Williamson County. Ramsey Mitchell, a Midland resident, filed a lawsuit on Monday saying that Williamson County deputies beat him until he was unconscious and left him with lasting injuries …
 
The CIA's effort to recruit a new generation of more diverse spies has faced unexpected pushback from some prominent Republicans. The agency's latest ad, which features a young Latina officer who describes herself as a "daughter of immigrants" and a "cisgender millennial," is meant to add transparency to the agency, but has attracted ridicule from …
 
An effort to ban transgender student athletes from competing in sports within their gender identity was dealt a significant setback Tuesday after a Texas House committee voted not to advance a Senate-approved bill to the full House. With a 6-5 vote in favor of the legislation, Senate Bill 29 was one vote short of the seven needed for a majority of …
 
The release of Austin police video footage from a February shooting, in which an officer fatally shot a 21-year-old Jordan Walton in East Austin, will be delayed until June 4, authorities said Tuesday. Austin police said they had to push back the release date because of delays related to releasing video from a different police shooting on Jan. 5, w…
 
WellMed is taking appointments online for the single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine clinic on Thursday. The clinics will be at both WellMed’s South Austin location on West Ben White Boulevard, and its Pflugerville location on West Pecan Street. If slots do not fill, same-day walk-ins will be accepted. See omnystudio.com/listener for privac…
 
The somewhat deflating news from the U.S. Census Bureau on Monday that Texas picked up two new seats in Congress, instead of a widely projected three, left some questioning whether politics or the pandemic might have created an undercount. Texas came up about 190,000 people short of earning a 39th seat in the U.S. House, according to state populati…
 
Incumbent Joanna Morgan handily defeated Jerry Callaghan for the mayor's office with 66 percent of support pushing her over the finish line Saturday, according to the unofficial election results. Morgan was appointed to the mayor’s office earlier this year — after Scott Saunders abruptly resigned effective Jan. 11 — until a special election could b…
 
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