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Can New Republic Studios Be a Game Changer for Austin?
It's no newsflash that Austin is a film town. The last few years saw the local scene expand and fill in many of the blanks, both technical and infrastructure, required for production. Now there is a proposal to turn a local studio into a massive creative campus, matching those that turned Atlanta into Hollywood's rival.

1:15PM Tue. Nov. 21, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

First Look: Yuyo
Austin has fallen into a rut of unimaginative restaurant openings, with few new flavors making a debut. But as Newton’s third law outlines, we’re already beginning to see chefs eschewing homogeneity in favor of innovation. This correction course has resulted in a refreshing menu of experimental restaurants, the latest of which is Yuyo.

4:45PM Mon. Nov. 20, Jessi Devenyns Read More | Comment »

More Galleries Going, Going, …
The East Austin Studio Tour is intended to be a celebration of the city's vibrant visual arts scene. But the second weekend of the 2017 EAST felt more like a funeral as word circulated that Eastside mainstay Pump Project Art Complex was losing its home after 12 years, a move that would displace 40 artists who had studios there.

4:12PM Mon. Nov. 20, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Five Differences Between Donald Trump and a Thanksgiving Turkey
But, you know, we think there’s blame on both sides.

3:15PM Mon. Nov. 20, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Kay Odyssey Topples Zeus
When Kristina Boswell penned “Mountains in My Step,” an obvious highlight from her psych outfit Kay Odyssey’s summer LP What’s a Woman to Do, she employed images of western America’s towering landscape to describe the sensual passion she felt for someone – a boulder metaphor (pun intended) rather than the key to one’s heart.

1:30PM Mon. Nov. 20, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Kay Odyssey Topples Zeus
Weekend Wine

Sparkling Wines

A good sparkling wine goes with everything from apps to desserts, from a pre-dinner shellfish to an after dinner cheese tray. Champagne is the gold standard, but there's no way we’ll ever find a $15 Champagne. Luckily, there are plenty of other wonderful options.

8:05AM Sat. Nov. 18, Wes Marshall Read More | Comment »

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ELO Calling America
This week, the Electric Light Orchestra announced it would be Calling America next summer for the first time in 35 years. So far, only 10 U.S. dates have been announced, but 20% of those fall in our fair state: Houston’s Toyota Center on August 10 and Dallas’ American Airlines Center three days later. Local social media lit up with plans to rent party buses.

3:30PM Fri. Nov. 17, William Harries Graham Read More | Comment »

Art & Beer Bazaar Brings HOPE This Weekend
Connecting artists with a cause is what HOPE does. And on November 18-19, from 3-9pm, they’ll be showcasing their mission through art, beer, and community.

2:11PM Fri. Nov. 17, Reanna Zuniga Read More | Comment »

Drawn to Batman at Wizard World
It's been a long time since Kevin Conroy has been to Austin. Forty years ago, he performed at UT in touring productions of King Lear and Mother Courage. "It was a light tour of comic plays," he laughed. Now he returns under the cowl of one of the great dark characters, for he is the Batman.

8:00AM Fri. Nov. 17, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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