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Labor Day Deal at Ike’s Love and Sandwiches

August 30 - September 2
Ike’s Love and Sandwiches, 5207 Brodie Ln Suite 210
Sunset Valley, TX 78745 United States
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Free fountain drink and chips when you buy one sandwiches. At participating locations. No online or phone orders. In store only. Must show screenshot or email to redeem offer.

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Austin Restaurant Week at Cover 3

August 15 @ 11:00 am - September 2 @ 5:00 pm
COVER 3 Anderson, 2700 W Anderson Ln #202, Austin, TX 78757
Austin, TX 78757 United States
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Cover 3 Anderson is participating in Austin Restaurant Week, directly benefiting Central Texas Food Bank, from August 15 - September 2. Prix fixe meal options include a full-course lunch for $20 and dinner for $35. Enjoy Austin Restaurant Week pricing while helping fight hunger in the Central Texas area by making your reservation today! Visit https://www.austinrestaurantweeks.org/ for the full menu and additional information.

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5:00 pm

Red Fez 3: The Finale

August 30 @ 5:00 pm - 2:00 am
W Austin, 200 Lavaca Street
Austin, TX 78701 United States
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The W is bringing back Austin’s favorite, Red Fez, for the third time. This Pop-Up gives you all a chance to go back to the 90s and party at one of Austin’s best and weirdest. It will feature Atash, DJ Kurupt, DJ In/Verse, Mike Swing and more! RSVP and Bottle Service Info: redfez.tablelist.com

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5:15 pm

AFS Presents: RAISE HELL: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF MOLLY IVINS

August 30 @ 5:15 pm - 6:45 pm
austin film society cinema, 6259 Middle Fiskville Road
Austin, 78752 United States
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$9

RAISE HELL is the story of Molly Ivins, the political columnist and Texas maverick that spoke truth to power and gave voice to those that had none. The first woman to co-edit The Texas Observer, she took on the good ol’ boys, cracking wise and drinking them under the table. At the height of her popularity 400 newspapers carried her column. She railed against “Big Bidness” in government, and often said, “Texas is the national laboratory for bad gub’ment.” Prescient words as the “Texification” of U.S. politics: anti-intellectualism, public religiosity and machismo is here. With her death in 2007, the

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