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Art City Austin 2010

Art City Austin 2010

Art City Austin is an event organized by Art Alliance Austin. I had heard of it but attended this year for the first time on April 24th. They close off about five blocks in Austin’s 2nd Street District downtown and 190 artists, many local, but most (all?) national set up a booth where they show off their goods. Lots of very good painting, some very impressive metal work, sculpture, glass, etc.

Read more for more details, photos, and the ever important description of the food available.

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Photo of the day #23

Downtown AustinAs I walked back to my car after the 2008 Hanukah (Channukkah? Chanuca? Hannukka?) Casino party, in which I lost all my fake money but walked away with six chocolate coins, I was surprised to see my car surrounded and completely trapped by police cars. “LA MIGRA!!!” yelled my hypothalamus – the same thing I yell when looking to clear out some seats in a packed soccer stadium north of the border.

Then I remembered I’m here legally. The policemen were just enjoying some mediocre pizza at Roppolo’s and promptly let me out. But I thought I’d post this since a) It’s a cool photo and b) I’ve been looking for an opportunity to blur out a license plate.

Ugly Nun 2008

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No one guessed the answer for the question posed in the last post. That’s the thing about being wild and unpredictable.

Good times once again in downtown Austin last night, with a big group of friends and all the people dressed up. Photos in The MKX® Photo Central.

More about the legendary Ugly Nun in The MKX® and The MKX® Gift Shop.