A construction worker walks away after securing an iron beam which constitues part of the framework of a new building under construction next to the SAC on Wednesday morning. The finished building, projected to open to the public on January 2013, will be the home of a new computer science center and will feature a receding facade resembling that of stepped pyramids.
People walk past the McGarrah Jessee advertising company, a former bank, on West 6th street Monday afternoon.
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Comedian Doug Mellard incorporates crowd surfing as part of his comedic act at the yellow stage Sunday afternoon.
A keyboardist of Architecture in Helsinki performs on the orange stage Sunday night.
Concert enthusiasts with P.I.P. passes were allowed on an exclusive viewing deck for performances.
Victoria Kennedy rides a mechanical bull, one of the free activities available at Fun Fun Fun Fest.
Pu Ying Huang | Daily Texan Staff
Stephen “ST 2 Lettaz” Harris of Huntsville, Alabama hip hop duo G Side performs on the Blue Stage during Sunday of Fun Fun Fun Fest.
Mates of State drummer and vocalist Jason Hammel performs on the Orange Stage on Sunday of Fun Fun Fun Fest.
Australian band Architecture in Helsinki performs on the Orange Stage at Auditorium Shores on Sunday during Fun Fun Fun Fest.
Kerry King of Slayer plays on the Orange Stage during Sunday of Fun Fun Fun Fest. Slayer headlined the festival.
Tom Araya of festival headlining American thrash metal band Slayer performs on the Orange Stage on Sunday of Fun Fun Fun Fest.
Actor Ryan Gosling eats a popsicle backstage at Fun Fun Fun Fest. Gosling was spotted watching and talking to bands while being followed by a film crew.
Trent Lesikar | Daily Texan Staff