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Five Don't-Miss Spots On the Austin Studio Tour
You wanted more recommendations for your Austin Studio Tour convenience on this second weekend (Nov. 12-13), citizen? Well – in addition to our main feature and relevant Arts Listings – that’s exactly what we’re providing.

3:30PM Fri. Nov. 11, 2022, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Austin Trail of Lights Preview Party Promises Food, a Ferris Wheel, and Asleep at the Wheel
Announced today: The 58th annual Trail of Lights will start with a bang on Friday, Dec. 2 with the Night Lights Preview Party, an annual fundraiser and sneak peek at the more than 2 million lights that make up the beloved Austin holiday tradition.

6:00AM Wed. Nov. 2, 2022, Ali Juell Read More | Comment »

Indoor Queers Club: LGBT-Boo!
Horror holds a special place in the queer community and everyone has their favorites they reach for. (Shout-out to Gothess Jasmine, who commented on Qmmunity’s Instagram that cave-diving horror The Descent is an all-time fave of theirs.) There’s always room for new nightmares, so check out these picks for your next late night scarefest.

11:48AM Fri. Oct. 28, 2022, James Scott Read More | Comment »

SXSW Co-Founder Roland Swenson Changes Roles
More movement at South by Southwest: Two weeks after Claudette Godfrey took over as Film and Television Festival director, Roland Swenson, who cofounded the festival in 1987, is leaving his position as CEO to become Executive Chairman.

2:50PM Mon. Oct. 24, 2022, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Get Ready for the 2022 B. Iden Payne Awards
Austin's award season starts in dramatic fashion on Monday night with the ceremony for the B. Iden Payne Awards, Austin's opportunity to laud the best and brightest luminaries of the stage - and screen.

12:01AM Sat. Oct. 22, 2022, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Reverie Books Opens a New Chapter for the Community
In September of last year, Thais Perkins took a chance. She admits the chance was taken not for financial gain but instead a risk for passion, for community, and for healing. A year and a month later, that chance – Reverie Books, Best of Austin winner for Best Tiny Bookshop – finally gets its well-due grand opening all day Saturday.

12:35PM Fri. Oct. 14, 2022, James Scott Read More | Comment »

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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 »

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