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San Marcos Fights to Preserve Historic First Baptist Church

First African-American church in San Marcos up for $150,000 grant

Hannah Wisterman, Daily, Oct. 19, 2018 1:08 PM

Edward Carey's Portrait of Madame Tussaud in Little

The Austin author both writes about and illustrates the grand, strange life of the waxworks queen

Rosalind Faires, Feature, Oct. 18, 2018

Snapshot: ACL Artists Pick Their Favorite Paul McCartney Songs

Because you either like the Beatles, or you haven't listened to enough of the Beatles

David Brendan Hall, Column, Oct. 18, 2018

Theatre Synesthesia's The Fault

In Katie Bender's play, an American family tries to save itself from being shaken apart

Reviewed by Robert Faires, Review, Oct. 18, 2018

"Ed Ruscha: Archaeology and Romance" at the Ransom Center

This evocative excavation into the artist's process of creating art and making books reveals the work of art is the completed book itself

Reviewed by Melany Jean, Review, Oct. 18, 2018

An American Marriage by Tayari Jones

This bittersweet novel charts a wrongful conviction's effect on a young couple

Reviewed by Rosalind Faires, Review, Oct. 18, 2018

A Dance Writer Moves On

After a decade with the Chron, Jonelle Seitz takes her leave

Robert Faires, Daily, Oct. 17, 2018 1:40 PM

The Grand Re-Opening of the Museum of Natural and Artificial Ephemerata

Local treasure comes weirdin’ on back with a new annex and guidebook

Wayne Alan Brenner, Daily, Oct. 17, 2018 1:11 PM

Lilah Sturges Releases Lumberjanes Graphic Novel

Latest in the series insists emotional vulnerability is cool now

Ray Emerson, Daily, Oct. 17, 2018 7:00 AM

Liz Fisher Wins Princess Grace Award

Austin theatre artist receives national arts scholarship

Robert Faires, Daily, Oct. 16, 2018 5:00 PM

Happy Anniversary, Marvel Cinematic Universe

Mondo Gallery celebrates a decade of heroes

Richard Whittaker, Daily, Oct. 12, 2018 11:30 AM

Austin Improv Celebrates the Day of the Dead With La Vida de los Muertos

Hideout Theatre breathes life into una vida improvisada

Trey Gutierrez, Feature, Oct. 11, 2018

Prima Doñas' LatiNacional: tu casa es mi casa

The improv troupe behind Latinauts gives 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue a makeover like the country has never seen

Reviewed by Robert Faires, Review, Oct. 11, 2018

“Ana Esteve Llorens: Correspondence” at Las Cruxes

The textiles in this solo show map a negotiation between the weaver and her surroundings, a lattice charting stretch and slack over time

Reviewed by Melany Jean, Review, Oct. 11, 2018

Suicide Club: A Novel About Living by Rachel Heng

This debut novel about a future in which people can live forever is a bittersweet yet life-affirming story of eternity versus death

Reviewed by M. Brianna Stallings, Review, Oct. 11, 2018

Austin's Paranormal Activity

Four places to check out if you ain't afraid of no ghosts

Robert Faires, Daily, Oct. 10, 2018 2:50 PM

City Arts Funding: The Resolution

Council approves FY 19 arts funding, ponders its next move

Robert Faires, Daily, Oct. 8, 2018 10:00 AM

From Slavery to Buffalo Soldier in Daughter of a Daughter of a Queen

Sarah Bird's historical novel tells one woman's unique tale of freedom

Reviewed by Marisa Charpentier, Feature, Oct. 4, 2018

The Long Road to Telling Cathy's Tale

Author Sarah Bird's journey from overheard story to screenplay to book

Marisa Charpentier, Feature, Oct. 4, 2018

Snapshot: ACL Fest Poster Artist Michael W. Hall

How hopping freight trains inspired the Smithville painter

David Brendan Hall, Column, Oct. 4, 2018

Zach Theatre's Once

This musical disarms the cynicism of our age with the sweet story of a guy and a girl who bond over music

Reviewed by Elizabeth Cobbe, Review, Oct. 4, 2018

En Route Productions' *some humans were harmed in the making of this show

CB Goodman's play is memorable for its exuberant satire, but an abrupt hairpin turn toward the serious makes the show even more memorable

Reviewed by Robert Faires, Review, Oct. 4, 2018

"Shawn Camp: Equivocation" at Northern-Southern

In this three-part installation, the artist plays with light to creates work that is atmospheric and at times beautifully comtemplative

Reviewed by Melany Jean, Review, Oct. 4, 2018

The Arts Funding Matrix: Reloaded

Arts Commission's FY 19 funding adjustments head to Council

Robert Faires, Daily, Oct. 2, 2018 5:00 PM

Romancing the Holmes

What inspired Sherry Thomas to turn Sherlock into Charlotte?

Rosalind Faires, Daily, Oct. 2, 2018 9:15 AM

Review: The Hollow of Fear

Charlotte Holmes is back, and the stakes are higher than ever

Rosalind Faires, Daily, Oct. 2, 2018 9:00 AM

Tillie Walden Returns Home With an Important Message

The prolific graphic novelist says eat spicier food; kiss more queers

Beth Sullivan, Daily, Oct. 1, 2018 1:30 PM

Midterms Matter Wants to Get Young People Voting

How a group of Austin creatives are trying to make a difference

Shalavé Cawley, Daily, Sep. 29, 2018 7:00 AM

Bach N' Beats

Austin Symphony musicians mix it up with DJs at the Parish

Robert Faires, Daily, Sep. 27, 2018 2:40 PM

Jennifer Higdon, American Voice

One of this nation's most acclaimed and active composers, on our rich melting pot of music

Robert Faires, Feature, Sep. 27, 2018

Snapshot: SAGE Studio’s Fall Show

Eastside gallery space gives artists with intellectual and developmental disabilities a place to shine

David Brendan Hall, Column, Sep. 27, 2018

Hyde Park Theatre's Confessions of a Mexpatriate

Raul Garza's solo show tells us that finding your true self in another country isn't easy

Reviewed by Robert Faires, Review, Sep. 27, 2018

Blue Lapis Light's Belonging, Part One

The work's dancers, whether on the ground or sailing through the air, were beacons of human hope and empathy

Reviewed by Jonelle Seitz, Review, Sep. 27, 2018

"Matt Rebholz and Rachel Wolfson Smith: We Can See Through Time" at ICOSA

Drawings in red and blue ink, intended to be viewed through 3-D glasses, pull the viewer in to landscapes that make the familiar look alien

Reviewed by Melany Jean, Review, Sep. 27, 2018

An Interview With HausBar Farm's Resident Goose

Gustavo the Goose talks to us about his crowdfunded children's book

Emily Beyda, Daily, Sep. 26, 2018 7:16 AM

Cookbook Bar & Cafe Celebrates Texas Cookbook Month

Kick-off event honors legacy of Chronicle Food Editor Virginia B. Wood

Emily Beyda, Daily, Sep. 25, 2018 3:35 PM

Is Anime Pop … Austin’s Primo Anime Shop?

You betcher Godzilla-sized Gundam it is, baby

Wayne Alan Brenner, Daily, Sep. 25, 2018 12:45 PM

Graffiti Gala Raises Funds for Relocation of HOPE

Doomed graffiti park needs help to move to its new and improved location

Bonny Chu, Daily, Sep. 20, 2018 3:00 PM

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