#FoodieFriday: Taste The Italian Coast At Hotel Granduca’s Summer Sardinian Long Table

by Gracie Watt on August 5, 2022

Tuscany meets Texas at Hotel Granduca, and this summer you can experience their long table events at their restaurant, Visconti Ristorante. At the Sardinian Long Table, Visconti Ristorante at Austin’s Hotel Granduca presented creative dishes...

Back to Reality! Back-to-School Roundup 2022

by Texas Lifestyle Magazine Team on August 4, 2022

Does anybody get excited about homework after enjoying the lazy days of summer? Back to School season is here, whether we're ready or not. We've put together a list of items to help your family transition back...

El Paso, TX: What’s Got the West Texas Town Buzzing

by Brook Benten Jimenez on August 3, 2022

Known for gastronomy, Franklin Mountains, its Mexican border, rich history, Fort Bliss, UTEP, and a reimagined downtown, there’s plenty to buzz about in El Paso.   Tequila Buzz Ambar Restaurante, downtown El Paso, houses the...

#TXTunes: August 2022

by Gracie Watt on August 1, 2022

New releases and tours in Texas– we have some of the best of the month of August rounded up here for you in this month’s #TexasTunes.   #1 easy life  [caption id="attachment_34774" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Courtesy...

Five Minutes With Award-Winning Actor, Houstonian Sean Patrick Flanery

by Bob Valleau on July 28, 2022

Sean Patrick Flanery stars in his directorial debut feature film that he also wrote, “Frank & Penelope,” which was released on June 3. We caught up with him to ask about the film and his...

Southern Oregon: Get Stuck Between a Rock and a Beautiful Place

by Marika Flatt on July 19, 2022

A breath of fresh air on the West Coast, Southern Oregon is naturally created for outdoor living. Whether it’s fly fishing, hiking, river rafting, mountain biking or simply strolling small towns on a brisk day...

48 Hours in New Orleans: How to Make History

by Brian & Dana Maass on July 14, 2022

Hosting over 130 annual festivals, the city of New Orleans (NOLA) boasts a long history of celebrating a tapestry of cultures along the banks of the Mississippi River. From Mardi Gras to the annual Spring...

Five Minutes With Former Texan And Country Music Legend Radney Foster

by Bob Valleau on August 18, 2022

Singer/songwriter, Radney Foster, is a country music legend. His 1990s songs, like “Nobody Wins” and “Call Me Lonesome,” catapulted him to national fame and helped him take his place among some of country music’s greats....

#TXVOICES: Drew Irwin Talks About Her Love Of Flying And How She Helps Others Fulfill Their Dreams Despite All Odds

by Bob Valleau on August 15, 2022

North Texas resident, Drew Irwin, always dreamed about flying a plane one day. She talked to us about her challenges to becoming a pilot and, eventually, becoming the first female flight simulator instructor for Dallas-based...

5 Minutes with Johnnie Bernhard

by Leslie Barrett on August 10, 2022

The I-10 corridor between Houston and El Paso connects saints, demons, and victims in the new thriller, Hannah and Ariela (August 2022, TCU Press), as readers follow the underbelly of  cartels, human trafficking, and the...

Switching Gears at The Cape, Cabo San Lucas

by Brook Benten Jimenez on August 8, 2022

‘Pivot’ was the 2020 “Word of the Year.” But it’s 2022. It’s passé to pivot. We’re Switching Gears.   The Cape, a Thompson Hotel, in Cabo San Lucas, MX, offers a once-a-year event called “Switching...

Five Minutes With Award-Winning Actor and Country Music Singer/Songwriter Alexander Ludwig

by Bob Valleau on August 4, 2022

Former Canadian resident, Alexander Ludwig, recently moved to Austin, TX, and will release his debut country music album, “Highway 99,” on August 26, 2022. We had a chance to briefly talk to this award-winning actor...