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Rapper Mama Duke Queers Up Austin's Hip-Hop Scene
It’s the early Aughts and Kori Elroy is a ninth grader living in Palacios, TX. She’s just started writing her first rap songs. Or, as she calls it, “writing little poems to girls.” And, did we mention she’s just come out to her mom?

9:00AM Wed. Aug. 15, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Late Night Bar Meals at 15 Local Spots
Whether you’re just getting off a night shift, you need something to soak up that booze mid-bar crawl, or you’re just generally a nocturnal creature, dining later than most people has its ups and downs. So more than just beer nuts and a whiskey-coke, here are some of our favorite late night bars and restaurants that serve meals and quick bites.

7:00AM Wed. Aug. 15, R.T. Frank Read More | Comment »

Austin’s Best Summer Salads
With temperatures staying in the upper nineties all week, this is no time to get ambitious in the kitchen. Even when eating out, the idea of someone else turning on the stove in a packed restaurant kitchen is enough to give us sympathy sweats. The solution, of course, is salad.

3:45PM Tue. Aug. 14, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

Austin Restaurant Weeks Raises Money for Central Texas Food Bank
Hunger is a serious problem in Texas. According to the Central Texas Food Bank, one in six Texans aren’t sure where their next meal is coming from. That’s why we’re so excited for Austin Restaurant Weeks, where a portion of every sale of the offered prix fixe menus will benefit Texans in need.

12:40PM Tue. Aug. 14, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

What's Fantastic at Fantasia
The film festival calendar is a packed, year-round experience (and that's just in Austin). Yet with the fall rampage just about to bear down on us, it's across the Northern border we gaze for our first clues for the hot titles we may yet see – to Montreal's Fantasia Film Festival.

12:00PM Tue. Aug. 14, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

The Time I Ruined a Marriage Proposal
“What would you like to confess?” asked a voice from behind a thin wooden door as I sit in the back of an old travel trailer.

11:30AM Mon. Aug. 13, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

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The Titmouse That Roared
If you're ever looking for Chris Prynoski, he's not hard to spot. Just look for the trademark hat. At a distance, it looks like a beer company freebie, but close up it's a barrage of logos for one of the most subversive and ubiquitous of animation companies in America – Titmouse.

8:00AM Sun. Aug. 12, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Weekend Wine
Whenever possible, I always like to bring a Texas winemaker to the fore, and even though he no longer lives in Texas, ex-Austinite Adam Lee certainly still qualifies as a hometown guy.

7:31AM Sat. Aug. 11, Wes Marshall Read More | Comment »

Follow the Walkers on the Fear the Walking Dead Trail
Follow the undead! If you've been paying attention to season four of AMC's Fear the Walking Dead, you'll have noticed a few Austin landmarks besieged by zombies. Now the Texas Film Commission is making it easier to trace their footsteps, as today they launched the official Fear the Walking Dead film trail.

6:01AM Sat. Aug. 11, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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