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A Justine’s Sister Restaurant Is Opening at the Blanton Museum of Art
If you’ve been to Justine’s Brasserie, the much-loved Eastside French bistro and perennial Best of Austin winner, you already know it’s a place of beauty – beautiful people, beautifully composed plates. Imagining all that transposed to an art museum is no stretch.

1:31PM Mon. Apr. 22, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

200 Ryans Converge Downtown to Celebrate Their Ryan-ness
Skeptical passersby peer into the bustling bar, barely lit by the late afternoon February sun. It’s too early for the typical Saturday night crowd on Austin’s Dirty Sixth Street. But not too early for Ryans.

4:27PM Wed. Apr. 17, Athena Hawkins Read More | Comment »

Ernest Cline and Felicia Day Are Waiting Under the Bridge to Bat City
The eclipse may have been a cloudy bust, but there’s still time for some twilight fun today with a special book signing for and reading from the new book from local author Ernest Cline.

3:58PM Mon. Apr. 8, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Theatre in Motion in Overheard on a Train
Many plays have two acts, but not many are two legs of a journey. That's just part of what makes new production Overheard on a Train so unique.

5:10PM Fri. Apr. 5, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Broadway in Austin Announces 2024-25 Season
The best of Broadway keeps making its way to Austin, with Texas Performing Arts announcing the titles for its 2024-25 Broadway in Austin season at the Bass Concert Hall. The schedule is filled with beloved classics like Hamilton and Funny Girl, and red hot new smashes like MJ and Shucked.

8:30PM Tue. Mar. 5, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

South by Southwest Sends in the Clowns
Funny women are headlining this year's South by Southwest Comedy Festival, with solo shows from BAFTA Breakthrough artist Luisa Omielan and WGA award-winning writer Yamaneika Saunders just part of this year's celebration of laughter (running March 8-12 and open to all badgeholders).

12:00PM Wed. Feb. 28, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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Cirque du Soleil Performer Guillaume Blais Crystalizes His Art
Based out of Montreal, queer trapeze artist and aerialist Guillaume Blais has performed in over 5,000 shows in more than 30 countries. But before all that, Blais was a hairdresser who made wigs for Cirque du Soleil – the very same company he’ll be performing with this Wednesday through Sunday, Feb. 21-25, in CRYSTAL at the H-E-B Center in Cedar Park.

9:00AM Wed. Feb. 21, James Scott Read More | Comment »

Frozen Live Show Tickets Go on Sale Friday
The Bass Concert Hall may not have 8,000 salad plates, but it will be opening the gates this June for the touring production of the stage version of Frozen – and now you'll be able to get the best seats in the house.

1:50PM Tue. Feb. 13, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Free Outdoor Soundwalk “Eclipsing” Comes to the Long Center
Walk this way in cosmic wonder, citizen! Media artists Andrew Schneider and Annie Saunders of Point A have partnered with the Long Center and the Simons Foundation to present a once-in-a-lifetime experience, specifically tailored to the place where it happens: Your city.

8:00AM Tue. Feb. 13, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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