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  • 5.2GuaRec

    Bill Narum memorials…

    Bill Narum, a key figure in Houston’s counterculture in the late 1960s and early ’70s, passed away Wednesday night at his home in Austin. The cause of death was an “apparent heart attack or something that took him quickly while sitting in his studio at …

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  • Guardian Recommends Trip To SAPCC

    In a post late last year, Guardian (a UK paper) travel writer Steve Rose recommended a stop to the center while in Austin. “Austin is also a fine place to eat Tex-Mex, take in live music, shoot pool in a bar, visit the South Austin …

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  • Rag Radio: Austin’s Rock ‘n Roll Art

    Thorne Dreyer of Rag Radio on KOOP, 91.7 FM talks with Leea Mechling and Henry Gonzalez of the South Austin Popular Culture Center. In the hour-long interview, they “discuss Austin culture since the 60s and 70s; its history of exhibitions featuring major graphic and poster …

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  • Political Activism And Marilyn Buck

    Click here to read News 8’s coverage of Marilyn Buck’s story, “Fundraiser for radical reigniting debate about political activism,” which previews the fundraiser and invites the audience to comment on political activism.

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  • Nels “Jagmo” Jacobson feature in Alarm Magazine

    Poster Art: Nels “Jagmo” Jacobson’s fortuitous relocation: “It was a move to Austin, Texas in 1978 that touched off my fascination with poster art,” says Nels Jacobson, better known as psychedelic-poster artist Jagmo. “That move changed my life.” Click here to read more.

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  • 6.2IntEdd

    International Eddy Day Celebration

    It’s time again for the annual celebration of the patron saint of 709, Eddy.

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