#TXVoices: Sue Foley, Blues Musician

by Lisa Davis on January 22, 2020

“When I meet another great player, it doesn't matter whether they're black, brown, yellow, male, female, or whatever---music is about transcending all that anyhow,” says Sue Foley. The Canadian grew up mesmerized by her father’s...

#TXVoices: Kelly Sticksel, Special Effects Expert

by Lisa Davis on January 16, 2020

Kelly Sticksel is a special effects expert and knows how to turn a live show into a spectacular, awe-inspiring event. Sticksel was on his way to becoming a banker, but life had something different in...

Garden Your Way to Better Health in 9 Easy Steps

by Melinda Myers on January 16, 2020

Gardeners know (and research proves) that getting outdoors, digging in the soil and gardening help strengthen muscles, increase flexibility, reduce stress and elevate our mood.  So, here's how to break out the tools and garden...

Running the Cap10K? How To Make Sure You Perform Your Best

by Alicia Holroyd on January 15, 2020

Whatever the distance or event you’re tackling, whether it’s the first time you’ve run competitively or you’re a seasoned racer, these tips can help you level up. The Capitol 10,000 was established in 1978 and...

#TXVoices: Robin Brown, Fashion Designer & Boutique Owner

by Lisa Davis on January 13, 2020

“My language is thread and sewing has shown me how we’re all connected,” says Robin Brown. Brown has been designing apparel most of her life but it wasn’t until 2001 that she decided to open...

Five Minutes With Ruby Walker, Formerly Depressed Teen

by Leona Barr on January 10, 2020

A book for people who hate self help... and themselves. Ruby Walker is an 18-year-old creative writing and art student at Trinity University in San Antonio. When Walker was 15, she went from a numb,...

Music Fan’s Last Minute Gift: Tool Concert Tickets

by Brian Maass on December 25, 2019

Stuck searching for the perfect gift to get this holiday season for a special music lover in your life? How about tickets to Tool's "Fear Inoculum" concert coming to Austin and Dallas in January?  For...

Greta Gerwig’s “Little Women” Reaches New Generation

by Lisa Davis on December 23, 2019

"Little Women" is more than a story of feminism---it's about determination, the love of friends and family, but mostly, it's a story of an unbreakable bond between sisters. The vision Louisa May Alcott had when she wrote “Little...