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Making New Friends an Old-Fashioned Way – Through Letter Writing
Making New Friends an Old-Fashioned Way – Through Letter Writing
A collaboration between Austin Bat Cave, Foundation Communities, and Letterpress PLAY encourages pen pals to bridge generational divides

Clara Ence Morse, Sept. 3, 2020

<i>Good Citizens Need Not Fear</i> by Maria Reva
Good Citizens Need Not Fear by Maria Reva
Anything can happen in the wonderfully weird Ukraine of this short story collection

Robert Faires, Sept. 3, 2020

The Many Worlds of Author Marshall Ryan Maresca
The Many Worlds of Author Marshall Ryan Maresca
The Austin-based maestro of Maradaine writes and sells at a steady and impressive pace

Wayne Alan Brenner, Aug. 27, 2020

ArmadilloCon 42 Blasts Off Into Cyberspace
ArmadilloCon 42 Blasts Off Into Cyberspace
Even on Planet COVID, the long-running Texas fan convention keeps celebrating science fiction and fantasy

Robert Faires, Aug. 27, 2020

The Blanton Museum and the Umlauf Sculpture Garden Are Open Again
The Blanton Museum and the Umlauf Sculpture Garden Are Open Again
Revitalize your eyes on the hometown turf

Wayne Alan Brenner, Aug. 20, 2020

People Talk Funny at Austin Sketch Fest
People Talk Funny at Austin Sketch Fest
The annual jubilee of jokes leads off with a spoof of a Trump-Biden debate and a speech on toxic femininity

Robert Faires, Aug. 20, 2020

New Solo Performance Shows How Black Mothers Are Left Doubly Unprotected by the Constitution
New Solo Performance Shows How Black Mothers Are Left Doubly Unprotected by the Constitution
Taji Senior's amendment puts the country’s foundational document on trial

Robert Faires, Aug. 20, 2020

Blanton and Umlauf Museums Are Open Again
Blanton and Umlauf Museums Are Open Again
Two iconic visual art hubs welcome the public again

Clara Ence Morse, Aug. 17, 2020

The Breath Project: Submissions Now Accepted
The Breath Project: Submissions Now Accepted
Theatre artists of color invited to submit videos of live performances

Wayne Alan Brenner, Aug. 17, 2020

Can Architecture Provide a Blueprint for Our Post-COVID Existence?
Can Architecture Provide a Blueprint for Our Post-COVID Existence?
Forge Craft Architecture's COVID Companion is a field guide to the world of the Aftertimes

Robert Faires, Aug. 13, 2020

How Austin Is Marking the Centennial of Women Winning the Vote
How Austin Is Marking the Centennial of Women Winning the Vote
In 1920, the 19th Amendment was ratified, and in 2020, that victory is being celebrated locally in various ways. Here's how

Robert Faires, Aug. 13, 2020

Texas Book Festival Announces 15 Authors for 2020
Texas Book Festival Announces 15 Authors for 2020
Virtual fest hosting Dean Koontz, Julia Alvarez, Kevin Kwan

Robert Faires, Aug. 12, 2020

Children’s Authors Jarrett and Jerome Pumphrey on Finding Hope While Taking Things Slow
Children’s Authors Jarrett and Jerome Pumphrey on Finding Hope While Taking Things Slow
Wondering how to talk to kids? Try pictures.

Selome Hailu, Aug. 6, 2020

<i>All Things Left Wild</i> by James Wade
All Things Left Wild by James Wade
In his debut novel, the Austin author reveals a world of brotherly sin and redemption across the Old West

Wayne Alan Brenner, Aug. 6, 2020

Moontower Comedy Festival Rescheduled
Moontower Comedy Festival Rescheduled
New dates for the annual event, setting up two jokes in 2021

Robert Faires, Aug. 4, 2020

In <i>We Are Here! Living the Legacy of Dr. Givens</i>, Remembering East Austin’s Past and Fighting for Its Future
In We Are Here! Living the Legacy of Dr. Givens, Remembering East Austin’s Past and Fighting for Its Future
Eastside advocates and participants in Forklift Danceworks’ Givens Swims shared their thoughts about their community

Robert Faires, July 30, 2020

Book Review: <i>Network Effect</i> by Martha Wells
Book Review: Network Effect by Martha Wells
In this first full-length novel featuring Murderbot, the violent but endearing rogue AI is back for more adventures to delight "all the stupid humans"

Elizabeth Cobbe, July 30, 2020

<i>Walking Waller Creek</i> Is a Tour Through Wildlife, Wild Flora, and Wild History
Walking Waller Creek Is a Tour Through Wildlife, Wild Flora, and Wild History
Take this self-guided tour from UT's Office of Sustainability, and learn how much wildness this waterway is home to

Robert Faires, July 30, 2020

Kevin Curtin Hung Out With All of Austin’s “Tree of the Year” Winners
Kevin Curtin Hung Out With All of Austin’s “Tree of the Year” Winners
A socially distanced journey through the city’s green spaces

Kevin Curtin, July 30, 2020

John Mulvany’s “Pattern Days” Is Haunting Your Google Docs
John Mulvany’s “Pattern Days” Is Haunting Your Google Docs
Austin-based painter isn’t letting the pandemic slow him down

Wayne Alan Brenner, July 29, 2020

Umlauf After Dark ft. Daphne Tunes
Umlauf After Dark ft. Daphne Tunes
Popular sculpture garden presents live music to recover from burglary

Robert Faires, July 27, 2020

The Postponement of
The Postponement of "Deborah Roberts: I'm" Let the Artist Make More Timely Art
A pandemic delay allows Deborah Roberts to meet the moment in her upcoming show at the Contemporary Austin

Robert Faires, July 23, 2020

A Lagniappe About Mary Trump’s Book
A Lagniappe About Mary Trump’s Book
R.U. Steinberg recalls a childhood in the distant orbit of “the world’s most dangerous man”

R.U. Steinberg, July 23, 2020

Graphic Designers Tout the Tastiest Beverage Packaging in Town
Graphic Designers Tout the Tastiest Beverage Packaging in Town
Their choices for local labels and brand identity quench our thirst for tasty graphics

Wayne Alan Brenner, July 23, 2020

Summer Break Theatre's COVID-Era Comedy
Summer Break Theatre's COVID-Era Comedy
Area educators deliver a timely lesson in their original work Going the Distance

Robert Faires, July 23, 2020

Women & Their Work Purchases Permanent Home
Women & Their Work's New Home
Austin gallery will reopen on the Eastside in January 2021

Wayne Alan Brenner, July 17, 2020

Northern-Southern Shows Eastside Community in a Century of People
Northern-Southern Shows Eastside Community in a Century of People
Where is here? It’s everywhere.

Wayne Alan Brenner, July 17, 2020

"Ben Muñoz: Over My Head" at Flatbed Center for Contemporary Printmaking
These bold new woodcuts capture the depth and bigness of life

Wayne Alan Brenner, July 16, 2020

Tune In to Throwback Virtual Reading Sessions for Vintage TV Live
Tune In to Throwback Virtual Reading Sessions for Vintage TV Live
Scooby Doo, where are you? Online, in this new Vortex series

Robert Faires, July 14, 2020

Wild New Board Game Sculpts Itself Up a Kickstarter Win
Wild New Board Game Sculpts Itself Up a Kickstarter Win
Who dares to crush your clay, citizen?

Wayne Alan Brenner, July 10, 2020

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