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Last Bow of an Accidental Critic
Last Bow of an Accidental Critic
Lessons and surprises from a career that shouldn’t have been

Arts, Sept. 23, 2021

"Daniel Johnston: I Live My Broken Dreams" Tells the Story of an Artist
The first-ever museum exhibition of Daniel Johnston's work digs deep into the man, the myths

Arts, Sept. 16, 2021

Women & Their Work's
"We Know Who We Are. We Know What We Want."
In this inaugural exhibition at W&TW's new permanent home, nine artists provide an inquiry of breadth and depth

Arts, Sept. 9, 2021

Penfold Theatre Gives Live Readings of Radio Plays in the Ransom Center Archives
Penfold Theatre Gives Live Readings of Radio Plays in the Ransom Center Archives
The company has dusted off radio adaptations of Shakespeare, Fitzgerald, and Thackeray for the 21st century to hear – live

Arts, Sept. 2, 2021

The Reporting Life
The Reporting Life
Oh, the places you'll go

Features, Sept. 2, 2021

LBJ Library at 50:
LBJ Library at 50: "Lady Bird Johnson: Beyond the Willdflowers"
The LBJ Library exhibit shows sides of the First Lady you may not know

Arts, Aug. 27, 2021

LBJ Library at 50: An Interview With Mark Updegrove
LBJ Library at 50: An Interview With Mark Updegrove
The Library's director from 2009 to 2017 on LBJ's evolving legacy

Arts, 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

Arts, Aug. 26, 2021

The LBJ Presidential Library at 50
The LBJ Presidential Library at 50
For five decades, the LBJ Library & Museum has been not only keeping history but also making history

Arts, Aug. 26, 2021

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

Arts, 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

Arts, 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

Arts, 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

Arts, Aug. 19, 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

Arts, 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

Arts, Aug. 11, 2021

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

Arts, 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

Arts, July 29, 2021

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

Arts, July 22, 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

Arts, 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

Arts, July 21, 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

Arts, 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

Arts, 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

Arts, July 8, 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

Arts, July 1, 2021

Opening of Waterloo Park Set for Aug. 14
Opening of Waterloo Park Set for Aug. 14
Gary Clark Jr. to headline park's first concert on Aug. 20

Events, June 23, 2021

A Soccer Stadium Built in Line With Austin's Love of the Outdoors
A Soccer Stadium Built in Line With Austin's Love of the Outdoors
How Gensler architecture's home for the Verde keeps it green

Features, June 17, 2021

ATXFC Artist Initiative Puts Austin Artists' Work Front and Center
ATXFC Artist Initiative Puts Austin Artists' Work Front and Center
Austin's next art gallery?

Features, June 17, 2021

Nathan Harris Pens an Intimate Civil War Tale in <i>The Sweetness of Water</i>
Nathan Harris Pens an Intimate Civil War Tale in The Sweetness of Water
In his debut novel, the Michener Center alumnus brings "a new story to the table"

Arts, June 17, 2021

Balm: New Paintings by Bradley Kerl
Painter Bradley Kerl leads us from inside to outside and beyond

Arts, June 17, 2021

Moontower Comedy Comes Back in a Big Way!
Moontower Comedy Comes Back in a Big Way!
Festival celebrates its tenth year with 100 comics – live!

Arts, June 10, 2021

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