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Austin City Limits Prepares For a 2021 In-Person Festival

By Amy Simon, Reporter | March 1, 2021

Out of all the fun activities you can do in Austin, the Austin City Limits (ACL) Festival charts at number one. With several performances, including ones previously made by notable artists such as Billie Eilish, Paul McCartney, Lizzo, Kendrick Lamar, and Lorde, the festival provides a recreational environment for people of all ages. The ACL Festival is gearing up for its 20th anniversary and has announced that they will be hosting in-person events, despite the pandemic. The ACL Festival Weekend One will take place from Friday, Oct.1 through Sunday, Oct.3, and the ACL Festival Weekend Two will take place from Friday, Oct. 8 through Sunday, Oct. 10. “We can't wait to see you Oct. 1-3 & 8-10, 2021 back in Zilker Park,” The ACL website said. “Until then, stay safe, take care of each...

Becky Milner and Sheri Lindsey enjoy pink tacos and “Zana Ebria” cocktails at Taquero Mucho. Photo courtesy of Mallory Milner.
Taquero Mucho: A Deliciously Pink Experience
By Mallory Milner  March 2, 2021

At first, it looked like a typical downtown Austin restaurant, just a medium-sized building that blended in with the rest of its surroundings. However, as we made our way to the host’s podium, everything from there became beyond intriguing. As soon as we were escorted to our table, we were surprised to find ourselves immersed in an eccentric pink ambiance that never once failed to entertain.  Taquero...

IB Juniors Begin Their Extended Essays
IB Juniors Begin Their Extended Essays
By Amy Simon, Reporter • February 11, 2021

Westwood juniors in the International Baccalaureate (IB) program are currently in the process of developing ideas for their extended essays (EE),...

PROS members donated gifts to Wooldridge elementary (which they do annually). "We do this so that the students would have some presents to open for that year," Claire Pitre
PROS Application Deadline Approaches
By Lipika Chatur, Reporter • January 20, 2021
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Parents Strike Out With Trustees Over Banning 'Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You’
By Amelie Puga, Reporter • February 11, 2021

A book about racism has been the source of controversy at some RRISD schools. The book, ‘Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You’, is on the...

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