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Austin Film Festival Review: The Long Dumb Road
When it comes to road trip buddy comedies, The Long Dumb Road isn’t exactly breaking new ground. It’s Planes, Trains, and Automobiles with 21st century updates, yet it’s grounded in a nostalgic sense of kismet that predates using an app to order rides from strangers.

9:10PM Sat. Oct. 27, Danielle White Read More | Comment »

Austin Film Festival Review: The Dark Red
Just because everyone tells you that you're crazy, that doesn't mean they're right. Especially when you can see into their brain and know they're lying.

8:00AM Sat. Oct. 27, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Weekend Wine
We all have our areas of expertise based on whatever we do for a living, and you can usually be sure that in a social situation, someone will ask about our career.

7:16AM Sat. Oct. 27, Wes Marshall Read More | Comment »

Community Gardens to Fulfill Your Secret Farmer Fantasy
Do you live in a dorm or tiny apartment? Have pets intent on annihilating anything with leaves but still want to grow something besides the basil mutating on your windowsill? Check out these community gardens to raise tomatoes with your own hands and guarantee you full farmer bragging rights. Just bring seeds and get your hands dirty.

7:00AM Sat. Oct. 27, Melanie Laporte Read More | Comment »

Conspirare Sings at Matthew Shepard Interment
Conspirare has garnered many honors through the years, but the one it received this week may be the greatest of all: singing at the service for Matthew Shepard as his ashes were interred at Washington National Catherdral. And the Austin choral ensemble responded by giving one of its most moving performances ever.

5:02PM Fri. Oct. 26, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

A Drinker's Guide to Literary Austin
This Saturday, October 27 is the annual Lit Crawl Austin, a literary pub crawl co-hosted by Texas Book Festival and the Litquake Foundation, which features some of the country’s best writers on stage at various East Cesar Chavez and Eastside venues.

3:26PM Fri. Oct. 26, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

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Zane Holtz is a Hunter Killer
Some actors can carry off a uniform, and some can't. With two performances this week in military clothing, Zane Holtz is definitely finding himself in the first camp. "Sometimes I'll just be dressed in regular clothes," he said, "and people will ask if I'm in the military. It's the way that I stand, or something. I have to figure that out."

2:00PM Fri. Oct. 26, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Austin Film Festival Review: Vox Lux
In Brady Corbet’s musical drama Vox Lux, a star isn’t so much born as forged and shaped by the blunt force of trauma.

1:00PM Fri. Oct. 26, Danielle White Read More | Comment »

Review: Berlin
With his long-running comics series Berlin recently collected in hardcover, Jason Lutes is now able to talk about the 18-year history of creating this masterwork. And the Texas Book Festival has wisely invited Lutes to do just that at the 2018 fest (details below). Our interview with Lutes can be found here. Now, here's a review of his novel.

10:00AM Fri. Oct. 26, Jesse Sublett Read More | Comment »

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