With a reputation as one of the drunkest cities in America, it’s no wonder Austin’s as full as a pint glass as far as boozy beverages are concerned. In addition to having a lot of venues, Austin’s bars have a lot of history from different eras — so if you forget what happened during a night out, you’re in good company. In order of oldest to youngest, a night at these dive bars will take you on a ride through our city’s storied past (with a few stops at boozetown along the way).
As mental health awareness grows, so does representation in popular media. Though representation in this arena has a troubled past and even a troubled present in film — see: “Split” — some television characters are making strides to destigmatize mental disorders. “BoJack Horseman,” Netflix’s first foray into the packed field of adult animated comedy, surprised viewers when it arrived in 2014 with a willingness to dive deep into the reality behind mental illness.
When the only laughs you hear are the deep hoho’s of male theater attendees over 50, you know you did something wrong. The movie-going experience at Galaxy Highland Theater during the prescreening of “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” felt more like a screening of “The Expendables” than the anticipated release of a director known for his wit.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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