States with the Most Street Racing
An open road is not a personal racetrack, but some seem to think differently. In these top ten states, road racing occurs at unprecedented rates. Rates of street racing are on the rise. Over the past year, the coronavirus pandemic provided the perfect opportunity for speed racing enthusiasts to spend time at home fixing up and modifying their cars, according to a 2021 report from Associated Press
Cities with the Worst Drivers
Drivers in these twenty U.S. cities have racked up the most moving violations in the nation, earning them the title of America’s worst drivers in 2021.
RIP Austin venue Barracuda
Beloved 7th and Red River venue Barracuda has been forced to close for good.
SXSW 2020 cancelled due to coronavirus
"'The show must go on" is in our DNA," SXSW says in a statement, "and this is the first time in 34 years that the March event will not take place. We are now working through the ramifications of this unprecedented situation."
SXSW still on despite large companies dropping out
”Today the threat of community spread is low [in Austin], but we are prepared for that to happen here,” a doctor with Austin Public Health said in a press conference yesterday.
2020 BrooklynVegan SXSW Day Parties returning to Mohawk — RSVP NOW
Lost Weekend returns to Austin for its fourth year, happening across two days at Mohawk.
StubHub 2020 SXSW showcase lineup: Phantogram, 070 Shake, White Denim, more
StubHub's two-day, day-and-night SXSW showcase also includes Yumi Zouma, Sudan Archives, Great Grandpa, Night Moves, and more...
more SXSW 2020 lineup additions
The music portion of SXSW runs March 16-22 in Austin, TX.
SXSW adds 350+ artists to 2020 lineup
New additions include Shopping, Soccer Mommy, Great Grandpa, Caroline Rose, Soul Asylum, Beach Slang, Nadia Reid, The Posies and more.
Ghostemane/Jesus Piece show at Mohawk shut down due to altercation
Mohawk issued a statement on Twitter about the cancellation, calling it ”purely a safety issue driven by an altercation and the subsequent escalating aggression inside and outside our venue that forced us to take action.”