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Five Posh Options for Your Favorite Liquor Cabinet
We totally enjoy the basics, sure, especially when they’re of the worthiest qualities. And we’ve even become rather chummy – thanks, pandemic! – with the recent upsurge of canned cocktails in this world. But.

10:00AM Wed. Nov. 24, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Making the Flowers Bloom in Encanto
In Encanto, the latest animated musical from Disney, flowers bloom everywhere Isabela, the oldest and most perfect daughter of the Madrigal, lays her feet. But who plants the magical and technological seeds from which they spring? That would be Jay Jackson and his team of environmental animators.

7:00AM Wed. Nov. 24, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Join the Austin Indie Record Store Crawl This Black Friday
Record Store Day is an annual event that celebrates the culture of the independently owned record store. Bringing together fans, artists, and thousands of independent record stores across the world. It may be slightly adjusted this year due to the pandemic, but there are still plenty of ways to support your local record stores this Black Friday!

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Delicious Tamales, Local Foods, Cask Strength Bourbon, Texas Fine Wine, and Something New South of the River
Here's some of what's happening in Austin's culinary scene, as wrangled from numerous PR releases, words on the digital street, and even the occasional (verified) IRL eavesdroppings.

1:45PM Tue. Nov. 23, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

IV, III, II, I... Contact! The Latest in the Williams Country Music Dynasty is Keeping Things Warm in Some Very Long Shadows
“I don’t wanna be in a genre” is a familiar mantra amongst young musicians. No true artist would want to be limited to someone else's idea of what their art should be, right?

9:00AM Tue. Nov. 23, Gary Lindsey Read More | Comment »

Johannes Roberts Says Welcome to Raccoon City (Hope You Survive the Experience)
Across 25 years, 28 games, six live action films, and four animated films, Resident Evil has changed beyond recognition. But when Johannes Roberts was tasked with rebooting the films for his new adaptation, Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City, he went back to the source. "I wanted to go back to the tone of the first two games."

7:00AM Tue. Nov. 23, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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The Sensual Kitchen: Julie Cohen Explores How Julia Child Changed Cuisine
It's not unreasonable to say that Julia Child's Mastering the Art of French Cooking changed America's relationship with food. Before then, as documentarian Julie Cohen politely put it, the situation was terrible. Delve into any 1950s cookbook, and if the shortening doesn't get you then the margarine will.

7:00AM Tue. Nov. 23, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Wait, Where Do We Get Local Foods?
Because we’re not just talking about local foods, we’re talking about Local Foods.

8:00AM Mon. Nov. 22, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

The Rolling Stones Let it Bleed Over Austin – in Second Ever Local Concert
May 24, 2020: a mild morning forecast sold short what would transpire: hail, lightning, and severe rain over Austin. Had the original local date of the Rolling Stones No Filter tour not been cancelled due to the pandemic, it might have been called for safety – or we’d have all been cold and muddy.

1:20PM Sun. Nov. 21, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

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