Steven Dietz’s “Dracula” Takes a Feminist Bite at ZACH Theatre 

by Lisa Davis on October 9, 2019

Arriving in time for the Halloween season, Steven Dietz’s “Dracula” is a 21st century spin on an old, wickedly seductive tale, playing at Austin’s ZACH Theatre. The Dracula-esque atmosphere begins in the eerily transformed lobby of...

#WineWednesday: A Day in the Life of a Winery

by Robin Barr Sussman on October 9, 2019

What do grapes, bees, vegetables, pups, parties, yoga, roses and sleep deprivation have in common? They are all part of day-to-day living on the property of a winery. And here’s a behind-the-scenes look of that...

2019 Bayou City Art Festival Brings Artistic Diversity

by Lisa Davis on October 7, 2019

Houston’s largest art festival transforms downtown streets into artistic avenues bursting with colors and culture October 12-13. As one of the top fine art festivals in the country, the 48th annual Bayou City Art Festival...

Five Minutes With Founder of Houston Latina Bloggers, Connie Leon

by Gabi De la Rosa on October 7, 2019

Creating a collective of women who support, inspire, and learn from one another is a challenging task. But, when Connie Leon and her friends realized there was a gap in representation for Latinas in Houston,...

#MusicMonday: deadmau5’s Cubev3 Tour 

by Lisa Davis on October 7, 2019

DJ deadmau5 is bringing his signature dancefloor-friendly sound and dynamic visuals to life for music lovers everywhere with a one-night festival of electronic dance music. Six-time Grammy nominee deadmau5, pronounced “dead mouse,” is easily one...

Texas Teen Book Festival Welcomes All Bookworms 

by Lisa Davis on October 4, 2019

Tech-savvy Gen Z-ers will exchange social media influencers for notable young adult authors at the 11th annual Texas Teen Book Festival in Georgetown October 12. The Texas Teen Book Festival (TTBF) promotes life-long reading and...

Five Minutes With Caroline Kraddick, Singer & Kidd’s Kids Chief Happiness Officer

by Lisa Davis on October 3, 2019

Caroline Kraddick’s love of music and heart for philanthropy help keep her father’s legacy alive. As the daughter of Dallas-based radio DJ Kidd Kraddick and named after Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline,” Kraddick grew up surrounded...

Kendra Scott launches Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute

by Britni Rachal on October 2, 2019

“The question isn’t who’s going to let me. The question is who is going to stop me.” From jewelry designing to designing a new leadership program that will ultimately change the world, Austin’s favorite jewelry...

2019 ACL: Our Top Picks for Your Bottom Line

by Brian Maass on October 1, 2019

In Austin, Texas, summer doesn’t end until ACL Fest returns to Zilker Park.  The festival, which has grown into a Texas-sized two-weekend experience, attracts some of music’s biggest acts. This year is no exception, with...

Jesus Christ Superstar: 50th Anniversary Tour Launches in Austin

by Britni Rachal on September 30, 2019

Rock opera and Broadway musical Jesus Christ Superstar is beginning a 50-market North American tour, and the launch is at Austin’s Bass Concert Hall October 8-13. Set against the extraordinary series of events during the...

Fit for Fall: 19 Items to Amp Up Your 2019 Fitness

by Marika Flatt on September 27, 2019

Fall is my favorite time to get fit. The debauchery of summer (travel, boozy happy hours, no morning alarm...) is over and it’s time to buckle down and focus on healthy living. That means different...

Five Minutes With Kathryn Whitaker, Mom of 6 & “Live Big, Love Bigger” Author

by Lisa Davis on September 26, 2019

Kathryn Whitaker is a Dr Pepper super fan, Aggie-loving, Type A mom of six with a personality the size of Texas. As a native Texan, Whitaker's southern twang matches her Texas-sized sass. She met her husband...

Celebrating New Album, Paranoyds with Bleached in Dallas

by Sage Howell on September 24, 2019

The Paranoyds have made a name for themselves as one of the most exciting Los Angeles bands since forming in 2015. Playing festivals like Coachella, the buzzy four-piece has toured with the likes of DIIV,...

11 Texas Latinas You Need in Your Instagram Feed

by Gabi De la Rosa on September 18, 2019

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month by adding these fabulous Latinas to your daily IG feed! Beauty, travel, food and a whole lot more can be at your fingertips. We’ve done the hard work for you and...

Five Minutes With Anayancy Nolasco, Star of Bravo TV’s ‘Texicanas’

by Gabi De la Rosa on September 16, 2019

Anayancy Nolasco is a Latina to be reckoned with. She’s already conquered San Antonio, and is now set to take the whole country by storm as the star of the hit Bravo series, ‘Texicanas.’ Influencer,...

Muralist Jon Pucci Has Gone to the Dogs

by Christian De Massis & Julie Tereshchuk on February 27, 2019

Muralist Jon Pucci first made his way to Austin after falling for a girl from Texas, who said they should move to her hometown after college. It turns out, the boy and girl fell out...

#FoodieFriday: San Antonio’s Restaurant Gwendolyn

by Dawn Robinette on October 4, 2019

Step Back in Time for Forward Flavors at Restaurant Gwendolyn Tucked away on a quiet perch above a bend in San Antonio’s River Walk, Restaurant Gwendolyn makes you feel as if you’re sitting somewhere in...