#TravelTuesday: 5 Hidden Gems to Find in Austin

by Tarek Morshed on August 14, 2018

Austin is undoubtedly a special place that fosters creativity and adventure. Whether you’re visiting the city for the first or the hundredth time, explore these five hidden gems for a little adventure of your own!...

#Music Monday: Imagine Dragons Evolve in Austin

by Brian Maass on August 13, 2018

In 2009, an unknown band played in a “Utah’s Got Talent” contest and won. Their prize was $2500 and the opportunity to be one of five bands to open for Kelly Clarkson. Imagine Dragons was...

19 Top of the Class Picks for Back To School

by The TLM Team on August 9, 2018

With school right around the corner, we have the perfect gift guide to help any student (and their family!) survive the late nights, study sessions and whatever else it takes to make the grades. Tip:...

#WineDownWednesday: Brilliant Pairings ~ Steak Salad with Rosé

by Robin Barr Sussman on August 1, 2018

Introducing this week’s recipe pairing: 44 Farms steak salad with Duchman Family Winery rosé. With the Texas temps hovering around triple digits, we are all looking for a little relief from cooking over a hot...

“25 Years and Counting” in Austin Combines Crows & Live

by Brian Maass on July 26, 2018

On a hot summer night recently at the Austin360 Amphitheater, fans were treated to a nostalgic performance from not just the headliner Counting Crows, but also from the opening act Live. The name “25 Years...

Behind the Scenes with the Crazy People Dancing, Singing and Changing in Zilker Park

by Kaitlin Street on July 20, 2018

" It’s kind of like running laps in a sauna." As an Austinite, I’ve grown up going to the Hillside Theatre with my family to see the annual Zilker Summer Musical. This year I decided...

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...

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!...

Five Minutes With Melissa Deuter, Trendsetting Psychiatrist

by Judy McDonough on August 14, 2018

You’ve updated their school wardrobe, their new backpacks are filled with the right school supplies – but are your teens emotionally ready to start a new school year? Dr. Melissa Deuter, a board-certified psychiatrist based in San...

Marching to the Tune of The Music Man

by K. L. Romo on August 10, 2018

Apple pie, summer barbeques, and parades—the epitome of classic Midwest Americana. A nostalgic comfort of the simple life in years past is what you’ll experience from the Tony Award-winning musical and film, “The Music Man,”...

Five Minutes With Giselle Alvarado, Miss Teen Fort Worth Latina 2018

by Bob Valleau on August 8, 2018

At 15, Giselle Alvarado  is no stranger to the spotlight. Since the age of 7, she has modeled for companies like American Girl, JCPenny and Great Lodge. She has been in TV commercials for Peter...

Celebrate Summer Dog Days with Boozy Popsicles + Pupsicles

by Cris Mueller on August 6, 2018

The slight dip in blazing temperatures this week is proving just enough motivation to lure Austinites outdoors for the final weeks of Stephen F’s Bar 7 Flavors of Summer boozy popsicle cocktail series---adding frozen fun...

Dishing Up 3 Modern Diets: Paleo, Keto & Gluten-Free

by Stewart Dunlop on August 6, 2018

The difficult part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle isn’t going for a jog three times a week or hitting the gym after a tiring day at work. It’s the dietary part of the plan that...

Front Door Fashion: A Texas Twist to Personal Styling

by Alex Temblador on August 1, 2018

The exterior makes you think of New York fashion designers working in a secret warehouse in Brooklyn, but inside this particular building is an exciting world of fashion and styling with a truly authentic Texas...