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Texas Whiskey Worth Shouting About
Still Austin, located in The Yard right off St. Elmo Road, is the first whiskey distillery within city limits since Prohibition.

1:00PM Mon. Jun. 4, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Street Mural Tour of Austin
Austin is a city that wears its art on its sleeve. Sure, there are plenty of museums and galleries to visit, but beautiful paintings have been created on the sides of buildings and in other public places where you can take them in for free.

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The Texas Whiskey Festival Is This Saturday
These days, you don’t have to go outside Texas to get great whiskey. And this Saturday, you don’t have to go outside Austin – or even beyond the welcoming space of the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum – to get many of the great whiskeys that the Lone Star State has to offer.

11:30AM Tue. Mar. 27, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

SXSW Panel Recap: Immerse Yourself: AR & VR in Museums and the Arts
I attended the "Immerse Yourself: AR and VR in Museums and the Arts" panel at SXSW on Thursday – the day after experiencing Michael Jacobs’ five-minute VR work called GFE in the Festival’s Virtual Cinema.

5:00PM Fri. Mar. 16, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

The Horrors of SXSW Can’t Touch Nate Southard
Of course there’s a plethora of horror-genre stuff going on at SXSW. Because the festival boasts a ginormous film component – one of its original big tracks, after all – and because horror is a perennial draw, audiencewise, and even auteurwise, right?

2:30PM Fri. Mar. 9, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

UT Textile and Apparel Hosts High School Design Competition
This March, high school students from across the country have the opportunity to participate in the UT Textile and Apparel High School Design Challenge.

11:45AM Fri. Mar. 2, Tinu Thomas Read More | Comment »

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With Amplify Austin, One Day Makes All the Difference
Get ready to give back on Amplify Austin Day, March 1, the annual 24-hour digital giving campaign hosted by I Live Here I Give Here.

3:12PM Wed. Feb. 28, Tinu Thomas Read More | Comment »

The Soup Peddler Yellow-Bikes Its Way to 16 Years
In most growing cities, the beloved funk is too often replaced by the corporate fake. Talk to anyone in this town who’s still crying over the lack of Les Amis and Liberty Lunch, for instance, and they’ll tell you that it’s true, it’s so sadly fucking true, of Austin. But it ain’t all gray skies, citizen.

11:45AM Wed. Feb. 21, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Here We Go Yet Again
Nineteen years ago – May 28, 1999 – the Chronicle published a "Letters at 3am" column concerning the Columbine High School massacre in Littleton, Colorado. Two boys murdered 13 and wounded 20 before killing themselves. I looked up that column again after 17 were murdered at a Florida high school, the umpteenth school shooting this year so far.

10:11AM Fri. Feb. 16, Michael Ventura Read More | Comment »

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