Daily Arts
In Memoriam: Peg Miller
The co-owner and self-proclaimed booking czarina of Chicago House, a spot where many an Austin songwriter, poet, playwright, and performer found their voice, has gone to join that dear arts space and her dear partner in it, Glynda Cox, in the Great Coffeehouse in the Sky. Peg Miller died January 13 following a long illness. She was 67.

2:30PM Mon. Jan. 27, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Dining for One at the Rubber Repstaurant
I had to sit on this review for a week, until the project was over. Because this thing, this latest happening from Rubber Repertory, if you published a review of it, if you talked about it in public, the whole thing would’ve been – like a disastrously fallen soufflé – pretty much fucked.

10:00AM Mon. Jan. 27, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Sloke One and Billie Buck Discuss Their Art This Week on The Austin Chronicle Show
You'll find fine art hanging on plenty of walls around Austin, but this weekend, the emphasis is on two art forms from the street.

3:30PM Fri. Jan. 24, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

Is FronteraFest Even Half Human?
Ah, the Brothers Torres, Vincent X. and Eric, better known by their industry name of Half-Human: They’ve got nothing and everything to do with this year’s slate of FronteraFest Long Fringe shows.

5:00PM Thu. Jan. 23, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

The Late Joys Reveal Their Revolver
Seems like only yesterday that Marc English, part of a round-up of Austin-based graphic designers, was telling me about the influence of Klaus Voormann’s art on his own sense of aesthetics.

3:00PM Thu. Jan. 23, W. A. Brenner Read More | Comment »

Review: Hello, Dolly!
A feeling of warmth and comfort came over me Tuesday night at Bass Concert Hall as soon as the house lights went down and the orchestra launched into the overture for Jerry Herman’s delectable score for Hello, Dolly!

4:30PM Wed. Jan. 22, Paul Beutel Read More | Comment »

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Grown Ups 3 Comes to Life in Austin
Grown Ups 3 doesn’t totally exist: No movie of it will ever be made, and no six-part Netflix series. But this spec script created by comedian Tom Scharpling doesn’t need to exist to make an impact.

1:30PM Wed. Jan. 22, James Scott Read More | Comment »

Do You Remember the Internet?
But, really, who doesn’t remember the Internet?

1:00PM Wed. Jan. 22, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Moontower Comedy 2020: The Second Wave
Have you been sitting around thinking, "Hey, I wonder when we're going to hear some more names of funny folk who will be attending the 2020 Moontower Comedy & Oddity Festival?" Well, friend, that would be today. The laff riot that caps off April has just announced more than 30 comics who are inked for Moontower 9, along with a slew of new podcasts.

5:30PM Fri. Jan. 17, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

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