Austin, Texas—As we approach the end of the second month of quarantine, I’m taking a look back at the past seven weeks, as my husband and I pass the long days enjoying nature and time with our pets. Adventures in Cooking I began my quarantine on March 13, and I quickly realized I needed a […]
I needed the world to pause. I needed my world to pause. Quarantine, for me, has been a heaven-sent. Find out why.
By: Jay Prather East Austin Studio Tour, EAST, is a free, self-guided event every year for two weekends in November. The event allows the public access to meet Austin artists in their creative spaces. This year East tour dates were November 16-17 and 23-24, 12 p.m. – 6 p.m. each day. We had the pleasure […]
Story and Video By Elizabeth Perryman The Coconut Club, the newest addition to the Hotel Vegas entertainment group, opened its doors on November 22nd at 10 PM. This was the soft opening of the night club, which had originally been scheduled to open during SXSW but they had run into problems with their permits because […]
Among the crowd of elected officials and political donors roaming around the JW Marriott Ballroom in Austin is a group of young adults and college students from all backgrounds, exchanging business cards and reaching out to individuals with political connections. As eloquent speeches were made, fancy drinks were poured and campaign goals were presented, the […]
This year Eeyore’s Birthday Party will be taking place on Saturday, April 28th in Austin Texas at Pease District Park. The event will kick off at 11 a.m. and will feature live performances by the following bands, Barton Hills Choir, Fun Bunch, World Gone Mad, Day Eater, Danger Cakes, Miss Guilty, Rickshaw Billy’s, Tusk Her, Big […]
Michael Fojtasek (Olamaie) and Bryce Gilmore (Barley Swine) have received finalist nominations in the “Best Chef: Southwest” category for this year’s James Beard Award. Along them in the category are Steve McHugh (Cured), Martin Rios (Restaurant Martin) and Alex Seidel (Mercantile Dining & Provisions). Here’s a glimpse of Austin’s nominated finalists. Photos by Josue […]
Article and photos by Blayne Turner Austin, TX – It was a picture-perfect fall morning at the Long Center, just south of the Colorado River from downtown Austin. The sky was clear, the temperature was chilly and the streets and green areas were filled with throngs of people stretching, pinning on numbered bibs or just […]