37th Street Christmas

One of Austin’s oddest traditions is a short block at 37th and Guadalupe that has turned itself into a weird little slice of the holidays every year. Houses along the block put together unusually Austin-esque light and holiday displays. Some are sweet. Others are just confusing. And in between, it’s simply a lot of fun to explore. This year included a small shrine to one of Austin’s departed heroes, Daniel Johnston (artist, musician, muralist).

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