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Six Ways to Have a Nostalgic Austin Summer
Austin has developed a lot of labels over the years. You’ll hear that it’s the live music capital of the world, that it’s a pocket of blue in a sea of red, that it’s “weird.” But maybe the most unique part of our city is its commitment to nostalgia, to the romantic ideal of an America that you might remember from the warm summer nights of your youth.

7:00AM Tue. May 23, Will McCarthy Read More | Comment »

2017 Austin Sketch Festival: What To See
The Austin Sketch Festival kicks off tonight and goes madly, gloriously, all the way until Sunday’s over and the last afterparty has disintegrated in a cloud of weary laughter, stale Doritos, and the faint tang of instant nostalgia.

1:00PM Mon. May 22, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

The Q&A Hole: What’s Your Favorite Comfort Food?
That annual First Plates issue of ours, an excellent guide to the best of what’s available among a burgeoning diversity of local dining venues, worked a theme of Comfort Food a couple of weeks ago.

10:00AM Mon. May 22, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Summer Fun: Cold, Dark Holes to Crawl Into
From the long days of blast furnace-like heat and thick, sticky humidity to the unrelenting assault of mosquitoes and fire ants, the curse of summer falls upon Texas as an annual cosmic punishment for our collective sins. Our only respite is to crawl deep into the bosom of Mother Earth, away from the sun’s hateful gaze, where summer holds no sway.

7:00AM Sat. May 20, Tucker Whatley Read More | Comment »

Five Things to Do in Austin This Weekend
No, wait, that's not true at all. Of course you can just get baked and eat breakfast tacos 24/7. But sometimes even the most dopeminded sofa tubers among us like to experience a bit more of local life, of what's actually happening in this wildly metastasizing city by the river.

11:15AM Fri. May 19, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Five Things to Do in Austin This Weekend
 
Summer Fun: Bark & Zoom Opens at ABIA
Vacations are the hallmark of summertime. The airport gets busy, and the pets get sent to boarding. For many, this can put a damper on their vacation. But what if time in the kennel was like a vacation in and of itself?

8:05AM Fri. May 19, Katarina Brown Read More | Comment »

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Almuelle’s “The Silent Narrative of Things” Speaks Loud in the Shadows
Don’t let the rain, if there’s rain, keep you away from the second weekend of the West Austin Studio Tour. And while you’re enjoying the seemingly endless delights of the WEST, don’t let that keep you away from the Eastside’s excellent Dimension Gallery.

1:00PM Wed. May 17, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

No, Really, Ada Calhoun – What’s It Like Being Married?
Who the hell is Ada Calhoun and what does her marriage have to do with anything?


10:00AM Wed. May 17, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Like Bats Out of Heaven
It’s a matter of magnitude, baby. You know that there are approximately 2 million bats under Austin’s Congress Avenue Bridge, right? That’s why so many people gather nearby, both locals and tourists jockeying for position on the bridge, on the river’s grassy shores, night after night, to see those odd and wingéd varmints take to the sky.

10:30AM Mon. May 15, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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