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Perspectives on the LBJ Library From the Directors
Perspectives on the LBJ Library From the Directors
Three of the LBJ Library's directors offer their unique views on the institution

Robert Faires, Aug. 26, 2021

Stinky Jewelz Ascends From the Necks of Local Club Kids to Pop’s Biggest Stars
Stinky Jewelz Ascends From the Necks of Local Club Kids to Pop’s Biggest Stars
Chart toppers Olivia Rodrigo, Tinashe, and Post Malone sport Madeline Modesti's custom designs

Rachel Rascoe, Aug. 26, 2021

Charles Stites' New One-Man Show <i>Straitjacket</i> Is Fun – Scary Fun
Charles Stites' New One-Man Show Straitjacket Is Fun – Scary Fun
The veteran Austin actor loves frightening audiences, and now he's turned Jack London's novel The Star Rover into variations on a theme of horror

Robert Faires, Aug. 26, 2021

This Austin Teen Is a Star of Horseback Archery (But She’ll Use a Skateboard in a Pinch)
This Austin Teen Is a Star of Horseback Archery (But She’ll Use a Skateboard in a Pinch)
Annabelle Davis on her journey to the ancient martial art of mounted archery

Morgan-Taylor Thomas, Aug. 26, 2021

LBJ Library at 50: All the Cake
LBJ Library at 50: All the Cake
Getting some free cake on LBJ's birthday is a rich tradition

Kate X Messer, Aug. 26, 2021

LBJ Library at 50: An Interview With Mark A. Lawrence
LBJ Library at 50: An Interview With Mark A. Lawrence
The Library's current director takes a historian's view

Robert Faires, Aug. 26, 2021

LBJ Library at 50: An Interview With Betty Sue Flowers
LBJ Library at 50: An Interview With Betty Sue Flowers
The Library's director from 2002 to 2009 on her time at the helm

Robert Faires, Aug. 26, 2021

"If These Walls Could Talk" at Cloud Tree Studios & Gallery
The artists in this exhibition get the walls not only to talk but to spin some fantastic tales

Robert Faires, Aug. 19, 2021

"Beyond Van Gogh" Is a Three-Dimensional Perspective With a One-Dimensional Outlook
Touring immersive exhibition continues at Circuit of Americas through Sept. 5

Cody Song, Aug. 19, 2021

Moontower Comedy Gets Bigger!
Moontower Comedy Gets Bigger!
New additions to this fall's lineup just announced

Aug. 18, 2021

A Reimagined Waterloo Park Invites the Public to It on CommUNITY Day
A Reimagined Waterloo Park Invites the Public to It on CommUNITY Day
It was 10 years in the remaking, but finally the Waterloo redo is ready for you

Robert Faires, Aug. 12, 2021

Ishida Dance Is Back at Last With <i>Faraway, so close</i>
Ishida Dance Is Back at Last With Faraway, so close
Nineteen months after its debut, the company dances again

Robert Faires, Aug. 11, 2021

"Black Is Beautiful: The Photography of Kwame Brathwaite"
Images from a decade of building Black identity and community say it loud

Robert Faires, Aug. 5, 2021

Artist Fabian Rey Drums Up Support for Austin FC
Artist Fabian Rey Drums Up Support for Austin FC
Painted bombo drum makes for a new Verde tradition

Hannah Williford, Aug. 5, 2021

Moving <i>In the Ether</i> With ARCOS Dance Company
Moving In the Ether With ARCOS Dance Company
Local dance troupe explores the interzone of real and virtual

Wayne Alan Brenner, Aug. 5, 2021

Ventana Ballet Opens Season Three With a Flock of <i>Night Birds</i>
Ventana Ballet Opens Season Three With a Flock of Night Birds
The company's avian-themed program includes five dancers, three cellists, and art from the atxGALS collective inside the Cathedral

Robert Faires, July 29, 2021

Classic Game Fest 2021
Classic Game Fest 2021
Photos by David Brendan Hall

Photos, July 26, 2021

After 43 Years, Women & Their Work Lands a Permanent Address
After 43 Years, Women & Their Work Lands a Permanent Address
The Austin arts organization had to search for two years, but it finally founded a home of its own

Robert Faires, July 22, 2021

"Reweave: 2021"
With her exhibition, artist Jade Walker entwines viewers in the future of the planet

Robert Faires, July 22, 2021

Texas Book Festival 2021: First Authors Announced
Texas Book Festival 2021: First Authors Announced
Colson Whitehead, Elizabeth McCracken, Amor Towles lead the list

Robert Faires, July 21, 2021

Halloween Begins in Summer This Weekend
Halloween Begins in Summer This Weekend
Haunted houses get ready to shake the chains again

Richard Whittaker, July 16, 2021

Seven Decades and One Wall Apart: Finding Friendship on Either Side of a Bouldin Creek Duplex
Seven Decades and One Wall Apart: Finding Friendship on Either Side of a Bouldin Creek Duplex
Two women at different stages of life keep company during a pandemic

Ali Montag, July 15, 2021

An Austinite Rides Across the Lower 48 to Honor His Father
An Austinite Rides Across the Lower 48 to Honor His Father
Ian Michaud raises more than $18,000 dollars for mental health support

Hannah Williford, July 15, 2021

How Austin's Performing Artists Are Reopening Their Spaces
How Austin's Performing Artists Are Reopening Their Spaces
After months behind screens, the folks who run the city's theatres, concert halls, and comedy clubs are welcoming audiences back inside

Robert Faires, July 15, 2021

Esther's Follies Returns to Lighten Austin's Post-Pandemic Load
Esther's Follies Returns to Lighten Austin's Post-Pandemic Load
Guess what long-running comedy troupe is vaccinated, back onstage, and ready to make the city laugh again

Wayne Alan Brenner, July 15, 2021

Summer Stock Austin Gets Fired Up to Go Back Onstage
Summer Stock Austin Gets Fired Up to Go Back Onstage
Cheer up with Bring It On: The Musical

Robert Faires, July 15, 2021

Playwright Carlo Lorenzo García Paints His Mother's Sacrifice
Playwright Carlo Lorenzo García Paints His Mother's Sacrifice
A Portrait of My Mother staged by Jarrott Productions, depicts maternal perseverance in loving strokes

Robert Faires, July 8, 2021

Bullock Museum Cancels
Bullock Museum Cancels "Forget the Alamo" Program Under Pressure
Right-wing outrage scuttles writers' virtual event (for now)

Mike Clark-Madison, July 1, 2021

Artist Calder Kamin Envisions
Artist Calder Kamin Envisions "A World Without Waste"
With animals crafted from plastic bags, the Austin native turns our eyes to nature

Barbara Purcell, July 1, 2021

Fresh Takes on Gilbert & Sullivan by Gilbert & Sullivan Austin
Fresh Takes on Gilbert & Sullivan
The company's series of unconventional spins on the comic operas actually do the duo a service

Robert Faires, July 1, 2021

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