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Uncorking the Story to the True Crime/Comedy Podcast <i>Wine & Crime</i>
Uncorking the Podcast Wine & Crime
Amanda Jacobson pairs vino reviews with different varietals of lawbreaking

Rosalind Faires, July 11, 2019

Divine Desires
Immortal Longings at Zach Theatre
In this new play by Terrence McNally, Diaghilev and Nijinsky seek revolution and godhood in the 20th century

Robert Faires, July 11, 2019

<i>Fishbowl</i> at ColdTowne Theater
Fishbowl at ColdTowne Theater
In Stephanie Thoreson's one-woman show, a gallery of awkward characters show us that it's okay to be pathetic if you laugh about it later

Laura Jones, July 11, 2019

<i>An Accidental Cuban</i>
An Accidental Cuban
Joan Moran's up-to-the-minute page-turner exposes the dark and gritty side of Cuba with schemes full of treachery, double-dealing, and murder

Jay Trachtenberg, July 11, 2019

<i>gen:LOCK</i> Coming to Adult Swim
gen:LOCK Coming to Adult Swim
Rooster Teeth's mecha anime heads to cable, plus more comic news

Richard Whittaker, July 7, 2019

July Is Crime Month: The Crime Blotter, Week 2
July Is Crime Month: The Crime Blotter, Week 2
A curated guide to unlawful activities around town July 8-14

Robert Faires, July 7, 2019

DC Announces <i>gen:LOCK</i>, <i>RWBY</i> Comic Details at RTX
DC Announces gen:LOCK, RWBY Comic Details at RTX
Creative teams confirmed, plus first cover image

Richard Whittaker, July 5, 2019

Crime Month: <i>Dr. Death</i>
Crime Month: Dr. Death
True-crime podcast is every patient's worst nightmare

Barbara Purcell, July 5, 2019

Crime Month: Encyclopedia Brown
Crime Month: Encyclopedia Brown
Can you solve our fondness for Idaville's favorite sleuth?

Laura Jones, July 3, 2019

What Happened to Bonnie and Clyde's Missing Gun?
What Happened to Bonnie and Clyde's Missing Gun?
In which we hear the report of a gun and a secret is revealed

Wayne Alan Brenner, July 3, 2019

July Is Crime Month
July Is Crime Month

Robert Faires, July 3, 2019

Hyde Park Theatre's <i>Death Tax</i>
Hyde Park Theatre's Death Tax
This production of Lucas Hnath's play questions who really pays when the Reaper comes calling – and before

Elizabeth Cobbe, July 3, 2019

"Mathieu Grenier: Expanded Nomenclature" at grayDUCK Gallery
In his first solo show in Austin, this Montreal photographer blurs language and lines

Barbara Purcell, July 3, 2019

July Is Crime Month: The Crime Blotter, Week 1
July Is Crime Month: The Crime Blotter, Week 1
A curated guide to unlawful activities around town July 1-7

Robert Faires, July 1, 2019

10 Must-Visit Independent Austin Bookstores
10 Must-Visit Independent Austin Bookstores
For those still enamored by the written word

Sam Russek, June 29, 2019

Austin Dance India Calls on Us All to Respect Mother Earth
Austin Dance India Calls on Us All to Respect Mother Earth
Multimedia, multicultural production Sacred Earth Stories appeals to the heart

Sumaiya Malik, June 27, 2019

Georgetown Palace Theatre's <i>Evita</i>
Georgetown Palace Theatre's Evita
In this engaging production, the saga of Eva Perón is told with immediacy and power

Laura Jones, June 27, 2019

“Rehab El Sadek: The Memory Palace” at Big Medium
“Rehab El Sadek: The Memory Palace” at Big Medium
The exhibit is a personal chamber about the artist’s past wherein she recovers memories but also reveals their fragility

Robert Faires, June 27, 2019

Texas Book Festival Announces First 15 Authors
Texas Book Festival Announces First 15 Authors
Fall lineup includes Susan Choi, Attica Locke, Hafsah Faizal

Kimberley Jones, June 26, 2019

Five Arty Things To Do this Weekend
Five Arty Things To Do this Weekend
What’s happening in the Austin arts scene this weekend?

Wayne Alan Brenner, June 20, 2019

Local Married Couple Flaunts Public Comedy Habit
Marriage? Comedy!
Chloe and Lane Ingram are ... Chlane

Wayne Alan Brenner, June 20, 2019

The Satire's Still Timely in Gilbert & Sullivan Austin's <i>Iolanthe</i>
The Satire's Still Timely in Gilbert & Sullivan Austin's Iolanthe
And the topsy-turvy team's show delivers a fanciful fairy tale, to boot

M. Brianna Stallings, June 20, 2019

Austin Playhouse's <i>The Book of Will</i>
Austin Playhouse's The Book of Will
Playwright Lauren Gunderson shows how the Bard's works came to be collected in a story of devotion and loss

Trey Gutierrez, June 20, 2019

<i>An Evening With Chlane</i> at ColdTowne Theater
An Evening With Chlane at ColdTowne Theater
In a light, enjoyable sketch show, comic couple Chloe and Lane Ingram show the cost to intimacy with just one person over others

Laura Jones, June 20, 2019

<i>Rub a Duck</i> at Blue Genie
Rub a Duck at Blue Genie
These are the kinds of movements that will make everyone moist

Wayne Alan Brenner, June 20, 2019

Review: <i>black girl love: an adaptation project</i>
Review: black girl love: an adaptation project
GenEnCo play emphasizes range of gender roles, relationships

Lilli Hime, June 18, 2019

Bullock Museum Commemorates 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage in Texas
Bullock Museum Commemorates 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage in Texas
“Sister Suffragist” tackles the timeline of women’s rights

Savana Dunning, June 14, 2019

Five Arty Things This Weekend
Five Arty Things This Weekend
What’s happening in the Austin arts scene this weekend?

Wayne Alan Brenner, June 13, 2019

Local Exhibitions Point to Ways People of Color Were Freed but Still Aren't Free
Local Exhibitions Point to Ways People of Color Were Freed but Still Aren't Free
The Carver Museum asks: Freedom when?

Robert Faires, June 13, 2019

Penfold Theatre's <i>Henry V</i>
Penfold Theatre's Henry V
This production in the park makes Shakespeare's epic history into a satisfying show for a summer evening

Elizabeth Cobbe, June 13, 2019

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