Have you ever thought of yoga as a privilege?
How many of you have thought of yoga as a privilege? Let me rephrase: how many women out there have thought of yoga as a privilege?
While enjoying a vodka cranberry last weekend at a favorite watering hole of mine, I was privileged to enjoy the fascinating mating ritual of two lesbians sitting at the patio table in front of mine. All stereotypical assessments aside, I could tell that these two were clearly gay. Call it intuition.
T Bird and the Breaks is one busy band. They released an EP, Dancehall Freakin’, on March 2 and now they are leaving Austin on April 6 for a month-long tour around the country. So UWeekly pulled out an interview from the archives with the band at FunFunFun Fest in November. There the band discussed where that self-defined “chunk” sound comes from and what they do when they’re not performing.
Going to strange places, whether mentally or physically, can often seem like a lonely affair. Luckily for those spelunkers of the strange who don’t like going solo, there is a Rubber Repertory show.
Another April, another NFL draft. While fanboys from all over the country gather around the Big Apple to find out what names they should be buying jerseys of, educated football fans should know that the draft is about one thing and one thing only: hype. What else can you say about an event that won’t even speak for itself until a few years down the road?
If football is a religion in Texas, what does that make baseball? Call it what you will—a culture, a social landscape, a pastime—but no matter what you call it, the truth of the matter is that baseball is a huge deal in Texas as well. While football fans patiently await the off-season to end, another season of its own is starting to gain steam in both the collegiate and the professional ranks. Read on as UWeekly examines some of the more notable clubs in the Lone Star State and gets intimate with each and every one of them. Don’t worry, we brought rubbers.