Award-Winning Looks, Not Just For Oscar

by Ashley Allen on February 20, 2019

It's awards season, a time when Hollywood walks the red carpet and the world watches to see the latest glamorous fashions. Feathers, florals, tulle and embellishments are trending for the Oscars and I have curated...

#FilmFriday: “The Gentleman Driver” Speeds to Netflix

by Alexis Higgins on February 15, 2019

Take a ride into the lives of four business tycoons as they combat negotiations at 200 miles per hour. This exploration of man against minutes shows a side of racing that finishes at a line...

Tales of a Rock Goddess: Hedwig Shines at Austin’s ZACH Theatre

by Lindsay Sageser on February 7, 2019

Created by John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask, the multiple Obie and Tony Award®-winning musical “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” has found its rightful home at Austin’s ZACH Theatre. “Hedwig” is pure, unadulterated rock ‘n’...

Destination: SXSW, TX

by Daniel Ramirez on February 5, 2019

From the slopes of Vail and Beaver Creek to the beaches of Tulum... ... there are no end of travel locales that provide the same wonderful amenities for all: an escape from the daily routine,...

Celebrating a Texas Life & Legacy: “The Buddy Holly Story”

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

“The Buddy Holly Story” is a must-see! Nimble fingers with a lanky frame, power chords on a legendary Fender Strat, and iconic horned-rimmed spectacles: witness the timeless Lubbock-born man behind the music in the award-winning...

Five Minutes With Shy Beast, Austin’s Genre-Defying Band

by Rhonda Jenkins on January 30, 2019

It was a winning and productive end to 2018 for Shy Beast. Once called MCG after the lead singer and creative catalyst, Mariclaire "MC" Glaeser, the band’s new branding more adequately represents the deep connections...

Baked with Heart: Broadway’s ‘Waitress’ in Austin

by Britni Rachal on January 21, 2019

One of the only musicals to be produced by a team of all women, Waitress is making a stop in Austin January 22-27 at Bass Concert Hall. This empowering show, which has received rave reviews,...

Sounds of Turkuaz: a Little R&B, Psychedelia & a Whole Lotta Funk

by Lisa Davis on January 21, 2019

With a kaleidoscope of colors, sounds and individual personalities, the vibrant and explosive funk music of Turkuaz is winning over fans and critics alike. Since hitting the music scene in 2011, the Brooklyn-based nine-piece ensemble...

BowiElvis Fest Celebrates Rock Icon Birthdays In Houston and Austin

by Julie Bonnin on January 10, 2019

On the Saturday before Elvis and David Bowie’s shared birthday, Pecos Hank wailed his fast-paced version of “Blue Moon of Kentucky,” then segued seamlessly into “Suffragette City,” and people dressed as Ziggy Stardust, Princess Leia...