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Day Trips & Beyond: November Events Roundup
It’s time for chili cook-offs, festivals, and all sorts of November fun
"...day of trying the full lineup of one of Texas’ premier craft breweries...."

Nov. 5, 2021 Travel Post by Gerald E. McLeod

Suerte x la Barbecue, Blurred Vines’ Assured Wines, Kiin Di at Corner Bar, Paperboy’s Bourbon Library, and We <3 Little Ola’s …
All the news that’s fit to get your taste buds quivering
"...the multifarious marvels of the Austin Food + Wine Festival will be enjoyed this weekend. Yes, all the tickets..."

Nov. 3, 2021 Food Post by Wayne Alan Brenner

Texas Book Festival Lineup and Schedule Goes Online and IRL
Big names for hybrid celebration of literature and literacy
"...Between the pandemic reducing in-person events, and the ongoing Texas legislative session taking over the Capitol grounds, this year's..."

Oct. 5, 2021 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

Day Trips & Beyond: October Events Roundup
Enjoy fall foliage, festivals, and fairs
"...Most of the time the old dance hall in..."

Oct. 1, 2021 Travel Post by Gerald E. McLeod

We Have an Issue: Hats Off to a Maestro
Farewell to Arts Editor Robert Faires
"...of awards and accolades, including induction into the prestigious Texas Institute of Letters in 2019. If you're a member..."

Sept. 24, 2021 Column by Kimberley Jones

The Texas Book Festival Unveils Its List of Participating Authors
In-person and virtual panels and discussions abound
"...The Texas Book Festival, one of the largest literary festivals in..."

Sept. 22, 2021 Arts Post by Adrienne Hunter

Texas Book Festival Scales Back In-Person Programming
COVID puts the kibosh on State Capitol as a venue
"...The Texas Book Festival had already planned for a hybrid festival..."

Sept. 13, 2021 Arts Post by Kimberley Jones

Veracruz All Natural's in L.A., Jack Allen's in Our Hearts, Otoko's Got Kaieki-Ryori, Austin Food + Wine Festival Releases Tickets, and More …
All the news that’s fit to get your taste buds quivering
"...All across the country – across This Great Nation..."

Sept. 1, 2021 Food Post by Wayne Alan Brenner

We Have an Issue: And Now for Some Good News
In this week's issue, an optimistic story about Camp Esperanza and a heartfelt sendoff to retiring Music Editor Raoul Hernandez
"...goes to teaching full time at the University of Texas' journalism school. UT is lucky to have him, just..."

July 23, 2021 Column by Kimberley Jones

Texas Book Festival 2021: First Authors Announced
Colson Whitehead, Elizabeth McCracken, Amor Towles lead the list
"...October may feel like a lifetime away. But the Texas Book Festival has just helped shorten that time span..."

July 21, 2021 Arts Post by Robert Faires

Cancel Culture Comes After Forget the Alamo
Controversy erupts after museum caves to political pressure
"...On July 1, the Bob Bullock Texas State History Muse­um, with three hours' notice, pulled out..."

July 9, 2021 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Texas Book Festival Goes Hybrid in 2021
October fest blends the virtual and a return of live events
"...The Texas Book Festival survived the pandemic in 2020 with a..."

May 17, 2021 Arts Post by Robert Faires

Day Trips & Beyond: May Travel Roundup
Flowers, birds, and more to spy on spring road trips
"...of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, the Asia Society Texas Center in Houston will provide docent-led art tours of..."

May 3, 2021 Travel Post by Gerald E. McLeod

Day Trips & Beyond: April Events Roundup
It’s a beautiful time of year to get your daytrippin’ on
"...Just in time for State Parks Month, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department announced new or renewed public..."

April 1, 2021 Travel Post by Gerald E. McLeod

SXSW Online to Feature Stacey Abrams and N. K. Jemisin in Conversation
James Cameron, Ted Lasso team, Bill Hader also announced
"...The multidiscipline festival – which is going 100% virtual this year –..."

Feb. 11, 2021 SXSW Post by Kimberley Jones

Top 10 Arty Ways 2020 Was the Best Year Ever
Barbara Purcell shares art highlights from a year that tested our sanity and humanity
"...7) ONLINE BOOKING This year's virtual Texas Book Festival gave us a..."

Dec. 18, 2020 Arts Feature by Barbara Purcell

The Arrest by Jonathan Lethem
EXT. RURAL MAINE, POST-COLLAPSE: 3 old pals, one nuclear-powered car
"...The Arrest is Lethem’s own version of a Pillow Book, vignettes of musings strung together by a retrofitted tunnel..."

Nov. 12, 2020 Arts Post by Evan Rodriguez

Texas Book Festival 2020: Mychal Denzel Smith and Isaac J. Bailey in Conversation
The two authors discuss Black Americans and life post-America
"...the first day of adult programming for the 2020 Texas Book Festival. I didn’t have to walk further than..."

Nov. 10, 2020 Arts Post by Evan Rodriguez

Day Trips & Beyond: November Travel Roundup
Port A's Harvey recovery, Millican's pecan pie, and fall travel news
"...Lord, for the blue skies and bright sunshine of Texas autumn. This is why we live in Texas. Now..."

Nov. 6, 2020 Travel Post by Gerald E. McLeod

The Sword and the Shield Shows Malcolm X and MLK Were More Alike Than Different
Dr. Peniel E. Joseph's book argues that the civil rights leaders are two sides of the same revolutionary coin
"...of the same project for Black liberation. In his book The Sword and the Shield: The Revolutionary Lives of..."

Nov. 6, 2020 Arts Feature by Sara Hutchinson

We Have an Issue: “The Light That’s Leaving”
On Bill Callahan’s likably melancholy new record, and another month of painful closures of Austin fixtures
"...will rep his new memoir, Greenlights, at this year's Texas Book Festival, one of over 125 authors announced Wednesday..."

Sept. 18, 2020 Column by Kimberley Jones

Texas Book Festival 2020: The Full Line-Up
All 150 authors announced for the 25th anniversary lit celebration
"...Texas Book Festival No. 25 – aka Virtual Texas Book..."

Sept. 16, 2020 Arts Post by Robert Faires

We Have an Issue: Staying Present, Preparing for the Future
This week’s cover story looks at how the pandemic is shaping architecture and design
"...Texas Book Festival: has announced another 15 for its planned..."

Aug. 14, 2020 Column by Kimberley Jones

Texas Book Festival Announces 15 Authors for 2020
Virtual fest hosting Dean Koontz, Julia Alvarez, Kevin Kwan
"...cowgal astride a Hereford-sized horny toad in the 2020 Texas Book Festival's official poster – a hand tinted creation..."

Aug. 12, 2020 Arts Post by Robert Faires

Children’s Authors Jarrett and Jerome Pumphrey on Finding Hope While Taking Things Slow
Wondering how to talk to kids? Try pictures.
"...air – do we even need backpacks anymore? – books might be the most reliable part of a child's..."

Aug. 7, 2020 Arts Feature by Selome Hailu

Texas Book Festival Goes Virtual!
Annual literary event stretches from Halloween to Nov. 15
"...Have you ever wished the Texas Book Festival lasted more than one weekend? Well, this..."

June 24, 2020 Arts Post by Robert Faires

In Lawrence Wright's Novel, an Imagined Pandemic That's Frighteningly Real
If disease-ravaged world of The End of October feels like our own, that’s because the author did his research rigorously
"...Very few authors have the foresight to write a book on a..."

May 1, 2020 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Day Trips & Beyond: Daytripping in the Age of a Pandemic
Houston Art Car Parade goes virtual, and more travel news
"...Houston Art Car Parade will be a series of Facebook Live tours, a re-broadcast of the 2019 parade, and..."

April 17, 2020 Travel Post by Gerald E. McLeod

Day Trips & Beyond: Pandemic's Effect on Travel
Out of town closings due to the threat of COVID-19
"...Texas State Parks are all open as of March 13...."

March 17, 2020 Travel Post by Gerald E. McLeod

Lit in the Time of Coronavirus
From emerging writer to potential vector at AWP in San Antonio
"...I make plans to come to the Association of Authors and Writers Programs (AWP) conference because it is being..."

March 12, 2020 Arts Post by Mark Gozonsky

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