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How Many Fables in the Naked City?
Because there’s fables, and then there’s fables.

10:30AM Thu. Aug. 13, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

The Return of Ellen Fullman & The Long String Instrument
1. Ellen Fullman musically transformed a former candy factory on Austin's Eastside in the early Nineties, converting the entire space into a sonic chamber with herself and others walking among and manipulating the 100-foot-long wires of her now-legendary Instrument.

10:00AM Mon. Aug. 10, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Cruise as Cruz? Wiig for Warren?
The Race for Prez Is Already Reality TV. Let's Cast the Movie Version.
If you have followed the posturing, watched the debates, and endured television’s talking heads during the elimination rounds of the presidential race, then you are either a super-patriot, a masochist, or a bed-ridden invalid being cared for by Freddy Krueger.

11:29AM Sat. Aug. 8, James BigBoy Medlin Read More | Comment »

It's Blanco, Beeeyotch
When the Blanco River crested at 40 feet thanks to more than 12 inches of rain during Memorial Day weekend, several areas of Central Texas, including Blanco State Park, experienced severe flooding. But, like Britney Spears since her epic melt down in '07, Blanco State Park is making a big comeback.

5:05PM Fri. Jul. 31, Alexa Harrington Read More | Comment »

Artist Shawn Camp Offers a Hint of Light in the Darkness
Two questions: 1) When is an artist like an airplane? 2) What do you get when you cross the aurora borealis with several acres of land?

10:30AM Wed. Jul. 29, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Drift Toward a Perfect Coffee Experience
Coffee can flood the soul of a city, staining all it touches, putting a little caffeinated twitch into the movements of a day. Doesn’t matter where on this planet you are, really: The storied beverage drips through every human-dense metroscape under the sun.

10:00AM Mon. Jul. 27, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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The ATX Arts Scene Will Fill Your Saturday but Good
Even though my art-soaked Saturday last Saturday was a damned good time, your Saturday this Saturday can be even better – and here's how.

10:00AM Wed. Jul. 22, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

The ATX Arts Scene Will Fill Your Saturday but Good
Summer Fun: No Pressure; No Diamonds
Come with us as we slide our plastic card in the key slot and explore the carpeted halls and lobbies alongside a AAA travel expert.

10:00AM Fri. Jul. 17, Kate X Messer Read More | Comment »

The ATX Arts Scene Will Fill Your Saturday but Good
Summer Fun: 10 Uses for an Inflatable Pool
Remember the sweet days of childhood when all it took to have fun during the summer was some friends and a cheap inflatable pool?

10:05AM Thu. Jul. 16, Alexa Harrington Read More | Comment »

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Frenemies of the Grove Developer squares off against Bull Creek residents
Shades of Gray In Texas Prisons, It's Hard to Tell Who Your Enemies Are
Homelessness Rises in AISD More Austin students than ever have no permanent address