Daily Arts
Ten Years of "Unreal Estate" at Cloud Tree Gallery
In February of 2012, Austin’s renowned pop-culture posterista Tim Doyle had his first solo art show – featuring silk-screened, hand-pulled prints – at the Spoke Art Gallery in San Francisco. The level of response, as well as the subjects of that artwork, was unreal.

4:30PM Wed. Aug. 10, 2022, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Get a Clue: Janet Evanovich is Coming to the Texas Book Festival
It was 10am when I got a call from dispatch. "The big boss of crime fiction is headed your way." I grabbed my hat and my copy of One for the Money and headed for the door. Yeah, writing great cops-and-robbers fiction is hard - unless you're Janet Evanovich.

10:00AM Wed. Aug. 10, 2022, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Remembering James “Prince” Hughes, Atomic City Owner and Austin Punk Luminary
The more Austin changes, the more important it is to remember what once was but is, sadly, no more. Even magic has an end date, apparently.

10:30AM Sun. Aug. 7, 2022, Marc Savlov Read More | Comment »

“Trailheads and Transmutations” at Davis Gallery Honors the Reparative Quality of Nature
In all dimensions, we say – because Felice House’s new works are paintings, and Dana Younger’s new works are sculptures, and together they’re bringing the timeless grandeur of the outside world into the elegant interiors of Davis Gallery on West 12th.

3:15PM Fri. Aug. 5, 2022, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Austin Playhouse Opens New Venue with Lowell Bartholomee’s Previews of Departing Attractions
Lowell Bartholomee is an Austin playwright who’s been making people laugh for decades.

8:00AM Fri. Aug. 5, 2022, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Tarek Atoui's 'The Whisperers'
You’re a person who enjoys experiencing new things, especially gambits of aesthetic expression.

8:00AM Wed. Aug. 3, 2022, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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Beloved Costume Store Lucy in Disguise Closing
Get ready to say farewell to the Carmen Miranda zebra on South Congress. After 38 years of operations, costume store Lucy in Disguise With Diamonds will be closing at the end of the year.

7:00PM Tue. Aug. 2, 2022, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Malvern Books Founder Joe W. Bratcher III Dies
A sad day for Austin's literary community: the family of Joe W. Bratcher III – publisher, filmmaker, and cofounder of Malvern Books – has announced that he died on July 28 at the age of 64 from complications from Covid.

5:45PM Mon. Aug. 1, 2022, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Beloved Costume Store Lucy in Disguise Closing
Queer Comic Clara Blackstone Is Creating Good Pollution
Austin’s comedy scene is full of pollution: the obvious straight dude stand-ups and the podcast impresarios who claim they’ve made the scene what it is. But deep within the dumpster trenches, gleaming in filth and freakiness, is what comedian Clara Blackstone aims to elevate in her new Wednesday night Fallout Theatre show – Good Pollution.

1:35PM Fri. Jul. 22, 2022, James Scott Read More | Comment »

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