Daily Qmmunity
Gina Chavez Sees the Light
There’s a lot of work that comes with planning a wedding: securing caterers, finalizing floral arrangements, and herding extended families. For musician Gina Chavez, add one more item to the prenuptial to-do list: coordinating the wedding cinematographer so that you can use clips in a music video.

10:15AM Fri. Sep. 14, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Reminiscing With k.d. lang
In 1992, Canadian singer k.d. lang released her monumental breakthrough, Ingénue, a defining moment both in style and for its role in the LGBTQ rights movement. Twenty-five years on, calling from a Calgary smoky from wildfires, she reflects on revisiting the multiplatinum LP and creative rejuvenation ahead of playing the Paramount Theatre on Tuesday.

12:05AM Thu. Sep. 13, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Austin Drag Gets wILD
Hive Mind Hair Co. opened less than two months ago, but it's wasting no time flexing its proverbial muscle with a full slate of drag and comedy shows scheduled for after hours.

3:30PM Wed. Sep. 12, Hannah Wisterman Read More | Comment »

aGLIFF Review: Mapplethorpe
Robert Mapplethorpe changed photography. His grasp of the symmetry and sculpture of flesh, his ability to find beauty and grace and humor in what many found obscene, and to transmit all those emotions. Perhaps it was always a tall order to think that a biography of him could come close to such an impact.

5:40PM Mon. Sep. 10, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

aGLIFF Review: Wild Nights With Emily
Since her work was published posthumously after her death in 1886, the perceived persona of Emily Dickinson has been that of a spinster and a recluse, a woman who never married (gasp!), and spent her time as a lonely poet perfecting her aesthetic.

4:38PM Mon. Sep. 10, Josh Kupecki Read More | Comment »

aGLIFF Review: Anchor and Hope
A lesbian couple want to have a child and need a sperm donor for that essential step. They could go to a clinic, but decide to get an assist from one of the women’s friends, visiting from out of town. What could go wrong?

4:00PM Mon. Sep. 10, Josh Kupecki Read More | Comment »

One click gets you all the newsletters listed below

Breaking news, arts coverage, and daily events

Can't keep up with happenings around town? We can help.

Austin's queerest news and events

Updates for SXSW 2019

All questions answered (satisfaction not guaranteed)
aGLIFF Review: Lez Bomb
Coming out can be a lot of things, but rarely is it depicted as funny, which is partially why Jenna Laurenzo wrote Lez Bomb six years ago. And before you think – not another coming out movie – rest assured, this one will make you laugh out loud.

1:50PM Sat. Sep. 8, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Your Queer Guide to Austin
Austin is a city known for many things: bats, music, “weirdness,” liberals. It’s also home to a thriving and jiving queer community – qmmunity if you will. But like many a city, Austin’s queer side is sometimes elusive – where do you go? What do you see? Who’s in the know?

11:30PM Wed. Sep. 5, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Events to Help Queer Up Your Autumn
Ah, fall in Austin. When it’s still too hot to drink pumpkin beer and the (queer) events are overflowing. Sure, we have loads of fabulous LGBTQ parties, gatherings, and get-togethers all year, but there’s something special about fall. Could it be that students are back – which means more queers! – or perhaps it’s just a banal desire for cooler temperatures.

12:01AM Thu. Aug. 30, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10     NEXT    242 »
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
Threadgill’s WHQ Will Close After Thanksgiving Eddie Wilson done “clinging to the curb”
R.I.P. MC Overlord Groundbreaking local rapper seeded ATX hip-hop like no other

Information is power. Support the free press, so we can support Austin.   Support the Chronicle