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Review: Into the Woods is a Breath of Fresh Air
Stephen Sondheim's sly interweaving of the Brothers Grimm's greatest hits may seem like an ensemble piece, but Into the Woods will always circle around the baker and his wife. With Paul Sanchez and Olivia Clari Nice as the protagonists and occasional troublemakers in the new Zach Theatre production, the audience is immediately in safe hands.

7:30PM Fri. Oct. 22, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

See How Much Austin Venues Received in Shuttered Venue Operators Grants
After the pandemic halted live performance, Austin music spaces rallied with the National Independent Venue Association for delivery of federal COVID-19 emergency relief funds. So, what came of the national Save Our Stages effort?

12:25PM Fri. Oct. 22, Rachel Rascoe Read More | Comment »

LBJ Presidential Library Set to Reopen October 21
After closing down early in the pandemic and opening back up for less than a month, the LBJ Presidential Library closed down again on August 9 of this year due to a rise in local COVID cases. But the museum dedicated to the 36th president is opening back up to the public on October 21, along with a brand new exhibit, Lady Bird: Beyond the Wildflowers.

3:15PM Mon. Oct. 18, Adrienne Hunter Read More | Comment »

Gastro Obscura Reveals a World of Food-based Weirdness
The world – not just Austin, you old hippies, but the world – has always been weirder than we think. Which is why the website Atlas Obscura is such a compelling place to visit and browse: It shows us stuff about this planet and its inhabitants that can boggle any mind.

12:34PM Tue. Oct. 12, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Female Leaders of Color Honored in Mosaic Art at Austin Public Library
Here's a great reason to celebrate at Austin's boldest bastion of books!

5:15PM Wed. Oct. 6, W. A. Brenner Read More | Comment »

Texas Book Festival Lineup and Schedule Goes Online and IRL
Between the pandemic reducing in-person events, and the ongoing Texas legislative session taking over the Capitol grounds, this year's Texas Book Festival (Oct. 23-31) has had to make some changes. However, today's reveal of the full schedule shows the celebration of literature isn't letting readers down.

3:30PM Tue. Oct. 5, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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Jeanne Thornton’s Summer Fun Will Help You Fall into Winter’s Icy Bed of Thorns
The sun is rising on a world of good vibrations somewhere, kids, so listen:

1:30PM Tue. Oct. 5, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Tiki Tatsu-ya Raises the Bar to Islander Heaven
“They’ve done it. Son of a bitch. They’ve really done it!”

3:00PM Mon. Oct. 4, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Two Austin Art Shows You Don't Want to Miss
Yes, of course there are many art shows in Austin that you don’t want to miss – but we’re spotlighting just two of them right now.

12:34PM Wed. Sep. 29, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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