5 Reasons Why River City Rockfest 2018 is a Must-Do

by Brian Maass on September 18, 2018

San Antonio’s River City Rockfest is known for bringing in the biggest rock bands, and this year is no exception. Industry rock legends Nine Inch Nails will be the headliner Sept. 22 of what many...

Five Minutes with Jerry Milani, Wizard World National PR Manager

by Brian Maass on September 17, 2018

Calling all Central Texas fans of Doctor Who, Charmed, Vampire Diaries and more. (Leave It To Beaver, anyone?) Make sure you’re in the Capitol City this weekend. That’s right, Wizard World is coming to Austin...

#MusicMonday: The Wonder of Alice in Chains

by Brian Maass on September 17, 2018

On a stormy night in Austin, TX, where thunder boomed overhead at the Moody Theater, Alice in Chains rocked the sold-out crowd at ACL Live. Touring in support of their latest album, “Rainier Fog,” the...

With “Monroe,” Austin Playhouse Explores Horrors of Racial Violence

by Nancy Miller Barton on September 14, 2018

Dateline: Monroe, Louisiana, 1946. Setting: The stage of the Austin Playhouse. Opening scene: Simple, quiet, yet beyond powerful. A handful of people stand solemnly. A young African-American man wearing denim overalls with large side pockets...

#WineDownWednesday: Brilliant Pairings ~ Edible Centerpiece + Jordan Chardonnay

by Robin Barr Sussman on September 12, 2018

Texas is starting to usher in cooler weather and more opportunities to enjoy outdoor entertaining or just hanging out on the patio. Celebrate end-of-summer produce with this nifty idea from Jordan Winery’s Hospitality and Event Director...

Red Carpet: David Spade Movie Premieres, Filmed in Corsicana, TX

by Ashley Allen on September 11, 2018

Corsicana residents recently walked the red carpet at the Los Angeles premiere of “Warning Shot,” which was filmed in their hometown. The September 6th premiere, held at the prestigious Writers Guild Theater in Beverly Hills,...

#TravelTuesday: 5 Austin Events You Can’t Miss This Fall

by Tarek Morshed on September 11, 2018

Autumn in Austin is arguably the best time of year. The heat of the summer finally fades (well, mostly fades) into some beautiful weather. Of course, it wouldn’t be Austin without lots of activities and...

Five Minutes With Maria Sotolongo, Documentary Filmmaker

by Gabi De la Rosa on August 20, 2018

Maria Sotolongo, award-winning documentary filmmaker is debuting her second documentary, Changed: When the Dams Opened about the devastation Hurricane Harvey caused along the Texas Gulf Coast one year ago. Tickets for the first screening of...