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Are any of my fellow HOMEGROWNers heading to SXSW? I'd love to meet up, take a break from the chaos and share notes about who to see/where to go. Ready? Go.

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I'm attending Interactive and Film. For Music, trying to find as many free shows as possible.

work in progress:
http://my.sxsw.com/user/schedule/nworb
do you know about Red Gorilla Fest? it's one of the many free festivals in tandem with SXSW, and all venues are ON 6th St. I actually have a few bands playing that. I'll have a looksee at your list + send you mine. would love to meet up!

michael said:
I'm attending Interactive and Film. For Music, trying to find as many free shows as possible.

work in progress:
http://my.sxsw.com/user/schedule/nworb
I had not heard of that fest - but it looks like a full line-up. I'd like to make it to this:

http://ultra8201.blogspot.com/2010/03/sxsw-2010-unofficial-mog-part...

But I'm pretty sure it will be at capacity quick. I'm very curious about Demolished Thoughts. Most of my time will be spent at interactive and film,but hope to make it to a few shows.

What are your picks?

Notorious Liz said:
do you know about Red Gorilla Fest? it's one of the many free festivals in tandem with SXSW, and all venues are ON 6th St. I actually have a few bands playing that. I'll have a looksee at your list + send you mine. would love to meet up!

michael said:
I'm attending Interactive and Film. For Music, trying to find as many free shows as possible.

work in progress:
http://my.sxsw.com/user/schedule/nworb
The Eat Well Guide has tips for eating well during SXSW
In anticipation of SXSW, Eat Well Guide teamed up with Edible Austin on a free interactive map to sustainable food in the City of Weird. The festival, in its 24th year, began last week with SXSW film and interactive, with SXSW music kicking in this Wednesday, the 17th. If you’re lucky enough to be in Austin, take the time to treat yourself to some amazing sustainably-raised food. There are plenty of choices where you will definitely be able to eat well. You can view the online map here, or download the PDF below. Post widely and share these yummy treasures!
many many thanks for this!!!

Cornelia said:
The Eat Well Guide has tips for eating well during SXSW
In anticipation of SXSW, Eat Well Guide teamed up with Edible Austin on a free interactive map to sustainable food in the City of Weird. The festival, in its 24th year, began last week with SXSW film and interactive, with SXSW music kicking in this Wednesday, the 17th. If you’re lucky enough to be in Austin, take the time to treat yourself to some amazing sustainably-raised food. There are plenty of choices where you will definitely be able to eat well. You can view the online map here, or download the PDF below. Post widely and share these yummy treasures!
yes - a great guide. some of my personal favorites from the list:

Casa de Luz
Magnolia


Also - not on the list: Daily Juice - best way to start your day. Go there.

For BBQ, go to Ruby's (NOT Rudy's) on 29th & Guadalupe - Austin's only all natural BBQ. http://rubysbbq.com/ Vegetarian option available and Royal Crown Cola on tap FTW!

Cornelia said:
The Eat Well Guide has tips for eating well during SXSW
In anticipation of SXSW, Eat Well Guide teamed up with Edible Austin on a free interactive map to sustainable food in the City of Weird. The festival, in its 24th year, began last week with SXSW film and interactive, with SXSW music kicking in this Wednesday, the 17th. If you’re lucky enough to be in Austin, take the time to treat yourself to some amazing sustainably-raised food. There are plenty of choices where you will definitely be able to eat well. You can view the online map here, or download the PDF below. Post widely and share these yummy treasures!

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