Before a raucous crowd, Langhorne Slim tells stories, pours his heart out and makes Austin his own and a live music venue into a church.

Music Monday (Thursday Edition) | Langhorne Slim at Antone’s

by Daniel Ramirez on July 19, 2018

In Austin and most of Texas (particularly Marfa), you wouldn't think much of him to see him walking on the street. Brimmed hat, well-worn t-shirt and jeans, he might as well be a local. He...

Float Fest: The Only Music Festival Combining Floating & Live Music

by Rilee Wong on July 18, 2018

San Marcos: Grab your tubes and some friends, then head down to the river for Float Fest 2018 this Saturday and Sunday, July 21 and 22. Now in its fifth year, Float Fest, the only...

Country Music Star Cam Opens for Sam Smith on “Thrill Of It All” Tour

by Britni Rachal on July 17, 2018

Saturday night, July 21st at Austin’s Frank Erwin Center is set to be a musical night to remember for the Capitol City’s music fans. The sweet and soulfully upbeat Grammy-nominated Country star Cam opens for...

#FoodieFriday: Time to Taste, Vote and Win in Blended Burger Project

by Robin Barr Sussman on July 13, 2018

Love beef burgers? And mushrooms? You’re in luck. Twenty-five Texas chefs are tackling the James Beard Foundation’s national Blended Burger Project contest by creating meat burgers made by using at least 25% mushrooms. Chefs have...

Summer Fun Gallivanting Around Galveston: More Than Just a Beach

by Marika Flatt, with additional writing by Jennifer Simonson on July 12, 2018

Texas beaches are among the most popular destinations for family vacations. Yet, while spending hours jumping waves, soaking up the sun from a beach chair and swimming in the ocean are the main attractions, Galveston...

Pull Up a Chair at the Copper Table Summer Supper Series

by Jennifer Simonson on July 11, 2018

Downtown Austin just after rush hour is the last place I want to be, I told myself as the honking cars and beating sun made beads of sweat roll along my forehead. I was losing...

Andrew Lloyd Webber “Phantom” Sequel Follows Beloved Characters to Coney Island

by Julie Bonnin on July 5, 2018

In the Andrew Lloyd Webber sequel to the beloved long-running musical, “Phantom of the Opera,” the story picks up 10 years after the Phantom’s disappearance from the Paris Opera House and finds him living amid...

Top Tips for Traveling Safe with Pets this Summer

by James Diehl on June 20, 2018

During this year’s traditional summer vacation season, countless Texans will be hitting the state’s highways, traveling to popular destinations located not only in the Lone Star State, but throughout the Deep South and beyond. And...

The 5 Must See Summer Movies

by Hunter Lanier on June 7, 2018

Every year, the summer movie season seems to start a little sooner. This year, it began in February with the massive release of ‘Black Panther.’ Just two months after that, the titular hero returned as...

The Best Summer Reads for Kids (Entry Level to First Chapter)

by Kaitlin Street on June 3, 2018

Beginning to read is such an exciting time for kids! Entry Level Readers As we head into the long summer days, Ken Dunn, CEO and Founder of GoRead.com, picks page-turners that the kids (and you!)...

Five Minutes With Capt. Jeff Johnson, Fly Fishing Guide

by Doug Flatt on May 22, 2018

Jeff Johnson grew up in Montana, on the banks of a blue ribbon trout stream. His interest in fishing quickly became a passion. As he traveled the world, he always had a fly rod along....

The 2018 Spring/Summer Travel Issue is Here!

by The TLM Team on April 2, 2018

TLM's team of voyagers and globetrotters have traveled far and wide to bring you this exciting Spring/Summer Travel issue. We've got the inside scoop on Park City, Beaver Creek, Queretaro, Costa Rica, Denmark and more!...

Abracadabra: A Magical Night in Dallas

by Lauren Crow on July 19, 2018

There’s more on offer at the Checkered Past Winery than good food and wine. In the historic South Side on Lamar building, you’ll find a magic show that turns date night into an enchanting evening....

Barnsley Resort: An English-style Resort in the Heart of the Deep South

by Cheryl Ng Collett on July 19, 2018

On a spring weekend earlier this year, I biked for hours in a quaint English village. I didn’t bike like the Spandex-clad Tour de France types. (I don’t even own Spandex.) I zipped about the...

Experience a Night of Enchantment | Disney’s Beauty and the Beast at ZACH Theatre

by Britni Rachal on July 18, 2018

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast is bringing a magical feel to ZACH Theatre from now until the beginning of September. Perfect for all ages, ZACH’s production of the timeless fairy tale doesn’t disappoint. From extravagant...

The Head and the Heart Meet the Outlaws

by Will Maddox on July 12, 2018

Let’s be honest. June 30 is not the ideal time for an outdoor musical festival in Texas, but by some miracle of space and time, Dos Equis Pavilion was just cool enough to forget about...