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Antonelli’s x Essex Street: Behind-the-Scenes Cheese Tour
Austin’s fiercest cheesemongers team up with Essex Street Cheese’s Rachel Juhl to provide this virtual but actual-cheese-enhanced world tour to turn your Saturday night into a shelter-in-place paradise of dairy-based goodness.

5:00PM Wed. Apr. 1, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

The Foodservice Community: Keeping It Together
We’ve told you about some of the many fierce and generous efforts that are filling bellies and warming hearts throughout the ATX. But it ain’t over yet; there’s still a ways to go with this virus thing; so maybe some more about innovative solidarity and people doing whatever-they-can-for-each-other?

5:15PM Thu. Mar. 26, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

MacIvor’s House, Now In Your House
If you think your life is messed up, citizen, you’re not mistaken – but even right now it might not be as bad as Victor’s life. Victor, the contentious subject of Daniel MacIvor’s one-man show House, who didn’t need any novel coronavirus antics to turn his world into a devastated hellscape.

2:45PM Thu. Mar. 26, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Treaty Oak Distilling: Pre-Order & Pickup Grocery Service
Hope springs eternal, and Dripping Springs is eternally (or at least for the foreseeable future) blessed with this former-ranch-turned-distillery that we can’t wait to get back to for some R&R once this viral mess and its terrible consequences are last month’s news. But look at what they’re doing now:

12:15PM Tue. Mar. 24, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Are Austin Restaurants Too Small To Fail?
You know how it is right now. We know how it is right now. And our friends at the Austin Food & Wine Alliance, reeling from the impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic, are letting us know how it is all around – in no uncertain terms.

5:40PM Mon. Mar. 23, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Austin Arts Happenings Online: A Chronicle Round-up for Your Quarantined Exploration
So many Austinites doing live shows (or even something resembling what we’d call live shows) online now, it makes an isolated heart proud; it allows a person to take a brief downhome break from this waiting-waiting-waiting mess we’re in.

9:00AM Mon. Mar. 23, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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Five Local Soap Companies: You Need It, They’ve Got It
Not to throw any shade on sanitizer. Not to dis the people who are insanely hoarding that stuff, nor even to praise the likes of Desert Door and Treaty Oak Distillery (who’ve begun turning some of their alcohol into sanitizer, to give out alongside their usual, much more tasty wares).

3:15PM Sun. Mar. 22 Read More | Comment »

Invoke: Live Virtual Concert Tonight!
On this day, when music marketplace Bandcamp defers its own (already small) cut of represented artists’ sales, to add support in this coronavirus time – so get in there and buy some audio brilliance while it makes the most difference, yo – the Austin-based Invoke quartet, totally unrelated, presents a virtual concert for free for one and all.

12:15PM Fri. Mar. 20, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Southern Smoke Collection: Cookware to Support the Community
Suddenly you’re going to be doing a lot more cooking at home now, aren’t you? And you sort of wish you’d gone ahead and bought that better set of cookware, those kinds of frying pans that the professionals work with because they hold up to so much use and abuse while also distributing heat more evenly and so on?

12:15PM Wed. Mar. 18, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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