In the midst of the Hurricane Harvey madness over the weekend, the Austin music scene lost one of its greatest boosters, when former Austin Chronicle writer and Austin Music Awards director, Margaret Moser died late Friday night.
Margaret Moser smiles after receiving a proclamation signed by governor Greg Abbott thanking her for her server to Texas Music for more than 3 decades and while severing as Producer for the Austin music awards and being a Journalist for 30 plus years. BRAZZIELL/AMERICAN-STATESMAN RELATED: Margaret Moser was the Austin music scene’s greatest champion In 2014, facing what she brushed off as a “stage 4 death sentence,”colon cancer, Moser moved from Austin to San Antonio with her husband, Steve Chaney and set up shop in the city where she came of age.
For those who enjoy alternative lifestyles and exploring the realms of couple-swapping, Players ATX is a lounge for just that kind of thing.
This private club offers members a safe haven for like-minded couples to socialize and potentially "get together." Since this is a private club, you will have to pay for a membership -- but it is a BYOB, so drinks are on you! There are no strange dark corridors in the back, and it is not one of those taboo places where you will feel timid or embarrassed.
If you are unfamiliar with Air Sex, it is a competition of men and women performing hardcore sex acts with an invisible partner in front of a large audience. Events pop up at different venues around town, so you will have to follow them for the latest events. This event shares short stories and spoken word of various sex-oriented topics, including anonymous confessions from the audience.
Men and women are welcome to explore/expose their sexuality (verbally, that is) to the audibly aroused audience.
RELATED: A Margaret Moser primer: Essential reads There’s no word yet on whether an Austin memorial event for Moser is in the works.
Austin is a laid-back, welcoming city, open to all sorts of people and the various sex stuff they may or may not be into.
The second suspect who shot and wounded two people while running away was captured later Sunday night."It was obvious it was a very dangerous situation and that lives were being threatened and (the two robbers) were armed with weapons and ...
the good Samaritan with the (concealed handgun) license could have been injured as well," said Greene.
Attendees dress up in elaborate costumes or show up wearing next to nothing.
Austin sure knows how to keep it sexy and weird -- just don’t be shocked when you run into your boss wearing nipple clamps.
"We just ask people to use their best judgment when they get into situations like this."The man with the concealed handgun saw the shooting and fired multiple times at the robber who had shot Murphy, Greene said.