ARTS & CULTURE
Mix, edit, and release 50 albums in one summer for free?! That's just the kind of guy this Austin composer-musician is.
Duke “The Rooster” Crows!
Deposed local champ tells it like it is before Soul Grudge Showdown VI
by Wayne Alan Brenner
Mayor's Omnibus Resolution: The Arts Commission Hustle
City group gets moving on policy plan for Austin creatives
by Robert Faires
Mayor's Omnibus Resolution: Arts Commission Special Meeting
Commission seeks creatives' input on city staff's recommendations
by Robert Faires
At Camp Contemporary, Life Imitates Art
Contemporary Austin’s adult camp merges music and nature
by Emily Gibson
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The Seven Skeletons of Lydia Pyne
The local science historian debuts her new book about famous fossil hominids
Wayne Alan Brenner • Aug. 12 issue
Recommended: The Hominids
Seven Skeletons' Lydia Pyne cites Robert J. Sawyer's The Hominids as a fiction book that gets Neanderthals right
Wayne Alan Brenner • Aug. 12 issue
The Power of Art in Austin’s Overlooked Objects
Defining the city's personality from the moonlight towers to the railroad bridge
Sam Anderson-Ramos • Aug. 5 issue
Austin’s Popular Gallery of Graffiti Searches for a New Location
Keeping HOPE alive
Robyn Ross • Aug. 5 issue
Great singing and dancing make Dave Steakley's staging soar, but a spoonful of calm would help the spectacle go down
Elizabeth Cobbe, Aug. 5 issue
The company's young artists infuse the musical incarnation of those spooky, ooky Addamses with fresh blood by the buckets
Robert Faires, Aug. 5 issue
Escape rooms bring the solitary diversions to life
Marc Majcher, Jul. 29 issue
J.K. Rowling's latest brings the gang back together for one last hurrah
Rosalind Faires, Jul. 29 issue
Because we all need a little more goofiness in our lives
Brandon Watson, Jul. 29 issue
Fun with words and pictures
Jul. 29 issue
This Austin company weaves three classic tales by Zora Neale Hurston into a spirited service full of sass and grit
Robert Faires, Jul. 29 issue
The lovable ogre and company spring to life on the Hillside stage with loads of laughs and professional polish
Shanon Weaver, Jul. 29 issue
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