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West Austin Studio Tour Recommendations
Yes, just 10 here, OK? Just 10 recommendations of studios and/or galleries not to be missed this weekend or the next – out of all the hundreds of options available during this year’s iteration of the West Austin Studio Tour.

10:00AM Wed. May 10, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Ten Good Bites of Prose
While we’re busy distending our guts with the most succulent of victuals, citizen, and maybe simultaneously enjoying the Chronicle’s coverage of the best in local noms, let’s also partake of a little non-journo food for thought: Descriptions of culinaria that flavor the prose of contemporary authors.

4:00PM Fri. May 5, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Out of Silence in Austin
A student political organization at the University of Texas is hoping to change the tenor of the abortion debate by staging a play based on real-life stories of women who have experienced it. Titled Out of Silence: Abortion Stories from the 1 in 3 Campaign, the play will be performed this Thursday evening on the UT campus.

5:10PM Wed. May 3, Tucker Whatley Read More | Comment »

In Memoriam: Jason Tremblay
"Jason Tremblay – Our Theatre Hero." So read the Paramount Theatre marquee on April 3, and on Sunday, April 30, people will gather to explain just why this local man of the dramatic arts – playwright, director, producer, stage manager, educator – deserved that title. They'll be celebrating his life, which ended far too soon this month at the age of 39.

7:45AM Fri. Apr. 28, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Day Trips & Beyond: Of Texas Rivers & Texas Art
The human race has a tenuous relationship with water at best. We love it, we hate it; there’s too much, or there’s not enough. It says something of the arrogance of humans that we have such arguments at all.

2:18PM Wed. Apr. 26, Gerald E. McLeod Read More | Comment »

Frankenstein’s Babymama & Friends
That whole thing with Lord Byron and Mary & Percy Bysshe Shelley and John Polidori and all, up in that mansion near Switzerland’s Lake Geneva back in the more Romantic day, right?

12:15PM Wed. Apr. 26, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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Moontower Review: Austin Towers
The Austin Towers showcase helped close this year’s Moontower Comedy Festival. The lineup featured many of Austin’s comedy darlings, like Maggie Maye, Amber Bixby, Brently Heilbron, and Vanessa Gonzalez. And, like any other authentic Austin experience, it had its share of Californians, too.

12:30PM Mon. Apr. 24, Ashley Moreno Read More | Comment »

Moontower Review: Ali Wong
Moontower Comedy Festival headliner Ali Wong no longer has what she called “the luxury of anonymity.” As she noted in her set Friday night, sure, you’re rich, but it means you can’t be “shitty to people in public.” She went on to explore her struggle with this newfound fame and the literal shit she deals with as a new mom.

11:33AM Mon. Apr. 24, Ashley Moreno Read More | Comment »

Austin's Weird Homes Tour Returns!
Some houses are weirder than others.

12:35PM Fri. Apr. 21, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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