Is the dirty sixth living up to its name, or is rainy street just getting too crowded? Are the bars with live music too loud or do you need a change of scenery for your late night shenanigans? Many places around Austin are entertaining their customers differently than just cheap drinks and live bands.
Fresh cut grass and the crack of the bat! Man oh man it's great to back! The MLB season has come to a close, and the Boston Red Sox are World Series Champions. That means in a few months college baseball will start yet another season, and our Hilltoppers will retake the field in the spring. Our baseball team is working hard towards another Heartland Conference Tournament Championship, and another appearance in the regional playoffs fighting towards the teams first Division 2 College World Series appearance.
This past Sunday was the annual Austin Museum Day event where many local museums around Austin were free and open to the public. Museum Day itself is an initiative started by the Smithsonian Magazine. Now many cities around the country, including Austin, created their version of Museum Day, which is the same day as the Smithsonian Magazine's national day.
Another Comic-Con has come and gone and we are left with some amazing things to look forward to in the not so distance future for TV and film. Almost 150,000 people flocked to San Diego to be the first to see exclusive content from their favorite TV shows and see new trailers for the most anticipated blockbusters.
This movie was amazing. The comedy was amazing and sustained throughout the whole film and the few action scenes were well done. My favorite type of comedy is when you can get a group of friends together and all they can do is make fun of each other and at the end of the day still love each other. The chemistry amongst the cast is felt throughout the movie and you can feel the deep love that each other has for the other.
Monday, June 11 marks the day that the FCC rolls back the Net Neutrality Rules and Title II classification on Internet Service Providers (ISPs). Now a lot of what public interest groups are scared about these rollbacks is all speculative, though everyone should be scared about what these rollbacks could do to every internet user.