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Day Trips & Beyond: June Events Roundup
As things are opening up there are more festivals, events, and happenings around the state. Maintain a social distance out there and still have a good time as we get back to a new normal.

2:00PM Thu. Jun. 3, 2021, Gerald E. McLeod Read More | Comment »

Texas Book Festival Goes Hybrid in 2021
The Texas Book Festival survived the pandemic in 2020 with a completely virtual version that was spread across three weeks. In 2021, the festival will be back online, but only in part. Live events will make their return during a week-long celebration scheduled for Oct. 25-31.

1:50PM Mon. May 17, 2021, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Day Trips & Beyond: May Travel Roundup
May flowers are lining the highways and the number of fun events are increasing around the area.

2:45PM Mon. May 3, 2021, Gerald E. McLeod Read More | Comment »

Guide to 4/20 Events and Resources in Austin
Legend has it that the designation of April 20 as a day of celebration for cannabis all started with a group of students at San Rafael High School in California, who used 4:20 as a secret code meaning it's time to smoke doobs around a Louis Pasteur statue on campus. The popularity of the number must've spread like a cloud of smoke over a concert crowd.

9:00AM Thu. Apr. 15, 2021, Katherine McNevins Read More | Comment »

11 Ongoing Events and Activities for Austin Kids
Looking for ways to entertain the kiddos as we gear up for summer? Local orgs and museums have so much to do every week, both virtual and IRL. Here are a few to check out, and be sure to take a look at our Summer Camp Guide, which has new camps being added regularly.

2:30PM Mon. Apr. 5, 2021, Katherine McNevins Read More | Comment »

Day Trips & Beyond: April Events Roundup
Just in time for State Parks Month, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department announced new or renewed public access sites along the Brazos, Llano, and San Marcos rivers for fishing and paddling trips. With the great majority of river frontage in Texas privately owned, gaining access to the water is often difficult at best and impossible at worst.

4:00PM Thu. Apr. 1, 2021, Gerald E. McLeod Read More | Comment »

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The Bearded Baking Company: More Than Bread Alone at Still Austin
Truth: You’ve never had biscuits & gravy this good before. You’ve seldom had any sort of brunch item this good before. So – what the hell is it doing, coming out of a food truck in the courtyard of a local distillery?

9:00AM Fri. Mar. 26, 2021, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

The Future of Food Is the Future of You
If you are what you eat, as the saying goes, then what you eat in the future is what you’re going to be.

10:30AM Wed. Mar. 17, 2021, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Monica Ceniceros and those atxGALS
We told you – a while ago, in what everyone calls the Before Times – about the art classes at Atelier Dojo, right? And that Canopy-based powerhouse of realism and figurative art is still going strong, even in these more restricted times, yes; but right now we want to tell you about a program called Creative Box Studios.

4:45PM Tue. Mar. 9, 2021, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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