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Snapshot: SAGE Studio’s Fall Show
Snapshot: SAGE Studio’s Fall Show
Eastside gallery space gives artists with intellectual and developmental disabilities a place to shine

David Brendan Hall, Sept. 27, 2018

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

Robert Faires, Sept. 27, 2018

An Interview With HausBar Farm's Resident Goose
An Interview With HausBar Farm's Resident Goose
Gustavo the Goose talks to us about his crowdfunded children's book

Emily Beyda, Sept. 26, 2018

Cookbook Bar & Cafe Celebrates Texas Cookbook Month
Cookbook Bar & Cafe Celebrates Texas Cookbook Month
Kick-off event honors legacy of Chronicle Food Editor Virginia B. Wood

Emily Beyda, Sept. 25, 2018

Is Anime Pop … Austin’s Primo Anime Shop?
Is Anime Pop … Austin’s Primo Anime Shop?
You betcher Godzilla-sized Gundam it is, baby

Wayne Alan Brenner, Sept. 25, 2018

Hive Arts Collective's Portraiture in the Park
Hive Arts Collective's Portraiture in the Park
Photos by Jana Birchum

Photos, Sept. 24, 2018

Graffiti Gala Raises Funds for Relocation of HOPE
Graffiti Gala Raises Funds for Relocation of HOPE
Doomed graffiti park needs help to move to its new and improved location

Bonny Chu, Sept. 20, 2018

Snapshot: Austin Discovery School’s Garden Work Day
Snapshot
Teaching kids empathy, one plant at a time

David Brendan Hall, Sept. 20, 2018

Austin Playhouse's <i>Monroe</i>
Austin Playhouse's Monroe
In Lisa B. Thompson's tender drama, young African-Americans work out where they belong in the world

Robert Faires, Sept. 20, 2018

Miró Quartet at Bates Recital Hall
Miró Quartet at Bates Recital Hall
The ensemble's opening concert for its 15th season as UT's Faculty-Quartet-in-Residence was uplifting in a number of ways

Robert Faires, Sept. 20, 2018

"Ann Wood: Quick and Quiet" at Big Medium
The artist's solo show is like a large-scale, experiential temporary memorial, with fake flowers rotting in a gloomy exuberance

Melany Jean, Sept. 20, 2018

Fast Forward Austin <i>Does</i> Compute
Fast Forward Austin Does Compute
New-music champions science the shit out of its upcoming concert with The Difference Engine

Robert Faires, Sept. 20, 2018

City Arts Funding Tempest
City Arts Funding Tempest
Unexpected Cultural Contracts cuts cause concern

Sept. 17, 2018

Who Says There’s No Art Openings This Weekend?
No Art Openings?
Are you kidding, citizen? Are you, what, pulling our cultural leg?

Wayne Alan Brenner, Sept. 14, 2018

Review: <i>Lake Success</i>
Review: Lake Success
Gary Shteyngart's novel takes a witty bite out of the 0.01%

Jay Trachtenberg, Sept. 13, 2018

"Vincent Valdez: The City" at the Blanton
The artist's epic portrait of Klanspeople is all the more frightening for the mundane character of its subjects

Melany Jean, Sept. 13, 2018

"Other Forms of Life" at the Contemporary Austin
With her mysterious and compelling artwork, Huma Bhabha puts us face to alien face

Sumaiya Malik, Sept. 13, 2018

Snapshot: Austin Groove Project
Snapshot: Austin Groove Project
Rising stars of Austin soul, blues, and hip-hop converge at Waterloo Music Festival as a supergroup to watch

David Brendan Hall, Sept. 13, 2018

Capital T Theatre's <i>The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?</i>
Capital T Theatre's The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?
This production of Edward Albee's playshows that hubris and catastrophe are as much a part of America now as in ancient Greece

Robert Faires, Sept. 13, 2018

What’s So Funny About This Thursday Night?
What’s So Funny About This Thursday Night?
Austin’s Dirty Sixth is where you’ll find the answer to that question

Wayne Alan Brenner, Sept. 12, 2018

Five Strange & Beautiful Pins You Should Know About
Five Strange & Beautiful Pins You Should Know About
Because you don’t want your lapels going around all, ugh, naked

Wayne Alan Brenner, Sept. 11, 2018

Looking For a Writing Class, Austinite?
Looking For a Writing Class, Austinite?
Calling all writers sick of their cruel inner critics

Wayne Alan Brenner, Sept. 9, 2018

Snapshot: Austin Musician-Artists Market
Snapshot: Austin Musician-Artists Market
On the first Sunday of the month, One-2-One Bar gives musicians an outlet to show another side of their artistry

David Brendan Hall, Sept. 6, 2018

Shrewd Productions' <i>The Madres</i>
Shrewd Productions' The Madres
In Stephanie Alison Walker’s new play, women’s fight for the “disappeared” in Argentina’s Dirty War proves timely

Elizabeth Cobbe, Sept. 6, 2018

Jason Phelps & Co.'s <i>Landfallen – the lost and found</i>
Jason Phelps & Co.'s Landfallen – the lost and found
This new work of dance-theatre takes us on journeys through wild wastes and personal histories, but leaves us in a place of hope

Robert Faires, Sept. 6, 2018

"ANGRY CLOUD + DESCND: Return of the Litvak"
The clouds are angry in this solo installation, but the spirit of the show is doggedly hopeful, fresh, and invigorating

Melany Jean, Sept. 6, 2018

Art Partying With Cherry Cola Dog
Art Partying With Cherry Cola Dog
Make a space with a DIY approach to art and a Burning Man vibe, and you get the wildly popular Cherry Cola Dog

Taylor Prewitt, Sept. 6, 2018

Art Will Save Us Party at Cherry Cola Dog
Art Will Save Us Party at Cherry Cola Dog
Photos by David Brendan Hall

Photos, Sept. 6, 2018

Ngozi Ukazu Hip-Checks This Year’s Staple! Expo
Ngozi Ukazu Hip-Checks This Year’s Staple! Expo
Local artist brings a hockey team’s worth of wit & bro-centric warmth

Wayne Alan Brenner, Sept. 5, 2018

Out of Bounds Comedy Festival 2018
Out of Bounds Comedy Festival 2018
Photos by David Brendan Hall, Jana Birchum, and John Anderson

Photos, Sept. 4, 2018

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