SXSW Homegrown Goings On

So you probably have a pretty good feel on all the parties and everything else in town for South by Southwest this year–and if you don’t, go outside, throw a rock, and it probably hit a party. But what else is going on? Here’s a little preview of some special stuff happening in the coming weeks.

Paul Varghese, the “Funniest Comic in Dallas” will be at Cap City Comedy Club for those wanting to stray a little farther from downtown for some laughs.
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The Blue Starlite will be having all kinds of movies thrown up on both their drive-in screens throughout the next few days, ranging from indie greats, like tonight’s Gabi on the Roof in July–with the Director and star in tow–to favorites like Dr. No & Teen Wolf.
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On the last day of the music fest, bring back what’s rightfully ours and go to the Capitol for Pickin’ for the Record II. It should–hopefully–be the biggest gathering of people playing guitar that the world has ever seen. Because who else should be able to hold that title than Texas?
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Celebrate the greatest day of the year with the people who know what they’re talking about at the Celtic Cultural Center of Texas’ Saint Patrick’s Day Festival.
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And check out B. Iden Payne winning, Austin Chronicle honored, Jim Henson Grant getting super puppet masters at the Trouble Puppet Theatre company putting out Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle.

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