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Metro Issue: Mar 23–Mar 29, 2018

Metro Cover Story Photo: How the Weird Was Won

How the Weird Was Won

Austin’s quirky culture and the SXSW music, film and interactive festival contributed to its rise as the new technology mecca.

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Cordoba Outcry

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Renewed plans for South County mosque stokes Islamophobia.

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United in Struggle

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Art exhibit PTSD Nation covers breadth of our trauma.

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Hayes’d & Confused

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Hayes Mansion’s Palm Plaza Lounge has excellent happy hour deals for such an upscale environment.

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Everything Zen

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DJ Qbert achieves equilibrium balancing old-school turntablism and cutting-edge technology.

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Dark Comedy

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The simplistic line drawings of mr. harada tackle complex human emotion.

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Lady Gaga

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In ‘Hello, My Name is Doris,’ Sally Fields falls for a much younger man.

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Frag Radius

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‘Eye in the Sky’ examines emotions behind the ‘kill chain.’

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Deluxe: A Lavish Brunch

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The Eggs Woodhouse makes no half-steps in its decadence.

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