#MusicMonday: ‘90s Alternative Rock Royalty Unites in Cedar Park

by Brian Maass on November 4, 2019

For one night in 2019, the ALTimate Tour brought two of the biggest alternative bands from the 1990s together at the HEB Cedar Park Center. Live and Bush joined forces to celebrate the 25th anniversary...

Glamorous and Galvanizing: Firehouse Theatre’s Gala Previews 2020

by N.L. Thi-Hamrick on October 31, 2019

In show-stopping style, The Firehouse Theatre announced its 2020 season with glam and glitz. Firehouse’s Curtain Call Gala brought guys and gals glittering with sequins, bejeweled headpieces, sharp fedoras and shimmering flapper gowns to the...

#MusicMonday: Southern Avenue Brings R&B to Texas

by Lisa Davis on October 28, 2019

Southern Avenue fuses gospel R&B with gritty rock undertones to create a musical style all its own. Guitarist Ori Naftaly had a deep-rooted passion for American soul, blues and funk music despite growing up in...

It’s Here! Our UTOPiAfest Ticket Giveaway + Discount Code

by Bebe Brown on October 23, 2019

Texas Lifestyle Magazine is proud to partner with UTOPiAfest, a truly family-oriented music festival that doesn’t quash the party. Our giveaway for two free tickets to the November 14-16 11th Annual UTOPiAfest is live now!...

#TravelTuesday: Solo Travelers Can Artfully Linger in Taos, New Mexico

by Haven Lindsey on October 22, 2019

Solo travel is an art form that blends well in Taos, a small town with a world-renowned art history. Solo travelers agree that one of their favorite aspects of traveling alone is the ability to...

Five Minutes With David Finkel, Co-Director Austin Jewish Film Festival

by Lisa Davis on October 22, 2019

The Austin Jewish Film Festival is “For Jew and You Too.” David Finkel grew up surrounded by the rich green landscapes of Ireland where he developed an appreciation for visual arts and photography. It was...

Get Ready for Film & Food Fundraising Party 2019

by Daniel Ramirez on October 21, 2019

This Wednesday night, in the heart of downtown Austin, a 17 year-long love affair with two of the city's most cherished exports – food and film – opens yet another chapter. The 17th Annual Film...

#MusicMonday: Austin’s Ley Line are Laying it on the Line

by Brian Maass on October 21, 2019

Austin's ACL Music Festival provides attendees a unique opportunity for exposure to new bands inside the massive annual event’s setting.  Some of today’s hottest up and coming acts played in their early days on the...

New Briscoe Exhibits Add Extra Dimensions to Tales of the West

by Bebe Brown on October 18, 2019

A stunning art deco/neo-classical-style building with sculpture reliefs of William Shakespeare and Miguel de Cervantes flanking the entrance seems like an odd home for a museum that features spurs, saddles and all things American West....