Daily Arts
Mexican American Cultural Center Prepares for Phase 2 of Its Long-Term Renovations
The Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center threw its 15th annual Viva México celebration on Saturday Sept. 17, ringing in the event’s quinceñera and the first non-restricted celebration since before the pandemic. And the event certainly returned with a bang.

7:00AM Wed. Oct. 5, 2022, Ali Juell Read More | Comment »

The Greatest Kaiju Return to Guzu With Strange Beasts VII
Brace yourself for the biggest Godzilla show at Guzu ever, as the collectibles store and gallery unleashes the king of the monsters in another gallery show of original prints and creations celebrating everyone's favorite chaos-wreaking kaiju.

5:15PM Fri. Sep. 30, 2022, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Austin Trail of Lights Returns to Its Traditional, On-Foot Format
The Austin Trail of Lights is returning to its original walk-through format. The annual holiday tradition will offer brilliant light displays, food and drink, live music, and more starting Dec. 8.

5:03PM Thu. Sep. 29, 2022, Claire Stevens Read More | Comment »

Girl God Checkmates Comedy
Girl God, the trans comedy team of writers Grace Freud and April Clark, met as kids. Or, at least, that’s what they say.

9:00AM Thu. Sep. 29, 2022, James Scott Read More | Comment »

Art Heals Festival Aims to Eliminate HIV, Mental Health Stigma Through Artwork
Through the lens of art, perspectives both similar and strange to us become understood.

12:20PM Wed. Sep. 28, 2022, James Scott Read More | Comment »

Review: Broadway in Austin’s Hadestown 
While Hadestown premiered off-Broadway prior, to its Broadway debut in 2019, Bruce Springsteen was busy warming up the stage at the show’s future home, the Walter Kerr Theatre.

1:09PM Thu. Sep. 22, 2022, Bob Abelman Read More | Comment »

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A Pair of Porcupines in Zilker
There's a snuffling, and chewing. The newest resident at the Austin Nature & Science Center, a four-month-old male porcupine, is gnawing on on some treats: fresh fruit, veggies, and especially his favorite, sweet potatoes.

6:00AM Sun. Sep. 18, 2022, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Indoor Queers Club: History’s No Mystery!
Temperatures have come down a hair or two, but there’s never a bad time to sit back in your favorite indoor space for an intellectual refueling. This month, the Qmmunity crew's Indoor Queers Club is looking to the past to find our queer future with media recs covering LGBTQ histories.

11:00AM Fri. Sep. 9, 2022, James Scott, Mazzy Oliver Smallwood and Valeria Valdez Read More | Comment »

Margo Price, Will Hurd Headed to Texas Book Festival
Clear up your schedule and some shelf space: Award-winning country star Margo Price and former Texas Congressman Will Hurd have just been announced as part of this year's Texas Book Festival (Nov. 5-6, online and at the Texas State Capitol).

7:30PM Wed. Sep. 7, 2022, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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