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Merlot gets such a bad rap. Lots of folks blame the movie Sideways for its reputation, but wine snobs had been turning their noses up at California Merlots long before that.

8:30AM Sat. Sep. 22, Wes Marshall Read More | Comment »

Fluff Meringues Opens Tuesday on Burnet Road
Austin’s bakery landscape just got a little more genteel, with the soft opening of delightfully design-forward modern patisserie Fluff Meringues & More on Tuesday, September 22.

6:37AM Sat. Sep. 22, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

Travel Channel’s Food Paradise Films at Easy Tiger
It’s a running joke for most longtime Austinites that there seems to be some kind of Los Angeles-to-Texas pipeline, bringing clear-framed-glasses-wearing, flat-white-sipping young creative types from one Eastside to another. This is a much-lamented fact of life here in the biggest little city, but what if, my salty friends, the pipeline went two ways?

9:00PM Fri. Sep. 21, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

The British Are Coming! The British Are Coming!
You might’ve seen the ads and promotions already, emblazoned across various pages of paper and screens of pixels all over town, announcing Central Market’s “Passport: United Kingdom” initiative?

11:00AM Wed. Sep. 19, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

ATX A-List Female Chefs Join Forces for Parkside Chef's Table Event
Like many workplaces, professional kitchens are a notoriously difficult space for women to thrive in.

7:00AM Wed. Sep. 19, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

Still Austin Whiskey Co. Is Throwing a Free Country Fair on Saturday
It’s been a year since Still, the first Austin whiskey distillery to obtain a liquor license since Prohibition, opened its doors. Fortunately for us locavore barflies, Still Austin Whiskey Co. is going strong, and marking the occasion with what sounds like it’ll be one heck of an anniversary party on Saturday, Sept. 29.

2:37PM Tue. Sep. 18, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

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St. Elias' Mediterranean Festival Turns 86
Next weekend, St. Elias’ Orthodox Church celebrates the 86th anniversary of its Mediterranean Festival, Austin’s longest running celebration of food and culture. Since 1932, the parish at St. Elias has been celebrating Mediterranean food and culture with a weekend of family friendly feasting and exhibitions of traditional dances.

7:00AM Tue. Sep. 18, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

Hyde Park's Dolce Vita Is Closing
Is this where we say, “Another one bites the dust,” Austinite?

1:45PM Mon. Sep. 17, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Support Texas Women’s Rights With Tacos and Beer
The nomination of a certain Supreme Court justice (who shall remain unnamed) has left many people, this author included, thinking about choice.

8:00AM Thu. Sep. 13, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

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Hyde Park's Dolce Vita Is Closing Beloved neighborhood gelato joint to shutter in October
Trumpet Colossus Kenny Dorham Towers Alongside the Jazz Gods The Austin musician stands alone in showing up Miles Davis in his autobiography
Big Bill Spins Heads With 360° Video Freak-punk quartet “Loitering” in VR
Cody Wilson Charged With Sexual Assault Local man behind 3D printed gun debate allegedly paid for sex with minor

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