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#GetInvolved: Wild Woman Weekend

by Alex Hay on March 27, 2017

The City of Blanco, Texas is often overlooked when thinking of fun destinations. Covering roughly three square miles and home to just 1,800 residents, it’s easy to understand how it gets lost being nestled between...

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Pop-Up Magazine Comes To Austin

by Natalie K. Gould on March 23, 2017

Earlier this month, Austinites were wowed and amazed by the latest installment of Pop-Up Magazine, the acclaimed and star-studded live-action magazine performance that’s been traveling the country. It’s filled with deeply moving stories, lots of humor,...

Orna Feinstein Returns For Sixth Solo

by Helen Jones on March 20, 2017

Orna Feinstein returned to Houston’s Anya Tish Gallery for her sixth solo exhibition March 17. Her latest exhibition, Asherah, continues to highlight Feinstein’s 20-year-long admiration of nature and tree rings. Feinstein’s artwork goes through an interesting...

#TravelTuesday: Adventures In Beautiful Beaumont

by Rita Cook on March 14, 2017

What part of Texas offers a little bit of swamp and gator, a little bit of black gold with a lot of the bigger and better things in life a la the State of Texas? It’s...

Best Of The Fest: 25 Things You Shouldn’t Miss At SXSW

by Khrysi Briggs on March 13, 2017

Whether you sprung for credentials or just wanna hit free day parties like the rock star you are, we’ve compiled all the can’t-miss events at this year’s SXSW South by Southwest is one of the...

8 Tips To Hosting A Dinner Party Like A Pro

by Nick Bailey on March 10, 2017

If you’ve got a home (or apartment), a sturdy table and the culinary prowess to read a few recipes — or watch videos from the Tasty Facebook page — then you have just about everything you...

Keeping SXSW Funky With Mama K & The Shades

by Alysha Kaye Mendez on March 9, 2017

Mama K & The Shades are definitely a local must-see with their jazz-soul-R&B-funk combo of high-energy sound of a 10-piece band you have to see to believe. If you’re a night owl, catch them on...

‘An American in Paris’ – A Visual Feast in Houston

by Gabi De la Rosa on March 8, 2017

“An American in Paris” made its debut at Theater Under the Stars and Houston audiences were in for a treat. The love story adapted from the 1951 movie has been revamped from the original version...