ARTS & CULTURE
Half Price Books: Where Rare Is Well Done
Does the rare books room at Austin’s North Lamar location owe its success to alchemy?
Half Price Books: Where Rare Is Well Done
Does the rare books room at Austin’s North Lamar location owe its success to alchemy?
Does the rare books room at Austin’s North Lamar location owe its success to alchemy?
Do Androids Dream of a Screening This Cool?
Blade Runner 2049 at the Alamo makes a Golden Hornet buzz
by Wayne Alan Brenner
Moontower Comedy 2018:
First Headliners Announced
"Weird Al," Birbiglia, and Haddish inked for joke jamboree
by Robert Faires
Artists, Assemble!
Generous Art starting a professional association for artists
Five Arty Things: Oct. 13-15
So much! So good! So much good!
by Wayne Alan Brenner
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Into The Adventure Zone With Griffin McElroy
Local podcaster tells how his brother, his brother, and he turned a game of Dungeons & Dragons into storytelling magic
Rosalind Faires • Oct. 13 issue
Rolling the Dice
Behind the scenes of The Adventure Zone with Griffin McElroy
Rosalind Faires • Oct. 12, 2017
Dick Clark Leaves UT Major Gifts
Late architect funds chair, scholarship at Architecture School
Robert Faires • Oct. 6, 2017
Five Arty Things to Do This Weekend: Oct. 5-8
Because, look, it’s not all about that ACL, is it now?
Wayne Alan Brenner • Oct. 5, 2017
Five decades into his career, the brilliant science fiction writer still isn’t taking any shortcuts
Elizabeth Banicki, Oct. 6 issue
The studied, steady cast make bold choices with Pinter’s familiar script and show us a side of adultery not often considered
Shanon Weaver, Oct. 6 issue
The interactivity of Aeromoto’s installation seizes the spirit of collective action seen in the response to the Mexico City earthquake
Melany Jean, Oct. 6 issue
To curate this edition of the contemporary art survey, Leslie Moody Castro took an epic road trip across the Lone Star State
Robert Faires, Sep. 29 issue
Soaring above Seaholm with Blue Lapis Light and discovering Pinocchio in hip-hop with Abraham.In.Motion
Sep. 29 issue
The opposing worlds of John Patrick Shanley’s textured script are conjured with powerful stillness and restless energy
Shanon Weaver, Sep. 29 issue
This production of Max Langert’s brave play breaks the silence about autism and the stigma and shame surrounding it
T. Lynn Mikeska, Sep. 29 issue
Peralta’s deconstructed machines and Geisler’s encaustic abstracts turn painstaking toil into patterns of brilliance
Wayne Alan Brenner, Sep. 29 issue
THE MOST
Into The Adventure Zone With Griffin McElroy Local podcaster tells how his brother, his brother, and he turned a game of Dungeons & Dragons into storytelling magic
Pearl Moen: Out of Jail Already? Your parole hearing hardly means you’re out on parole
ICE Found Snooping on Council Member Greg Casar The Intercept uncovers monitoring of elected officials' social media
ACL Review: Tove Lo Swedish sensation bares all