Mind Alive Now, Massage for the Brain

by Lisa Davis on September 18, 2019

The Mind Alive Now Experience brings the type of clarity, focus and inner peace usually seen after years meditating. Bruce Meleski, or Dr. Mel as he’s called, has coached athletes, CEOs, working moms, and older...

Locking Horns with the LSU Tigers

by Brian Maass on September 17, 2019

The game was the talk of the town. When LSU came to meet the Texas Longhorns September 7 at the burnt orange sanctum of Darrell K. Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium, Austin was awash with...

Super Sleuth Sherlock Holmes Opens Austin Playhouse Season

by Sarah Ribeiro on September 11, 2019

A Victorian mental asylum. A thrilling arch nemesis. And, the inimical detective duo of Holmes and Watson. What better way for Austin Playhouse to celebrate their 20th anniversary? Written by award-winning playwright Jeffrey Hatcher, ‘Holmes...

#FoodieFriday: Lucky Robot, the Little Restaurant That Can

by Rhonda Jenkins on September 6, 2019

One of the best things about Austin is the increasing cultural diversity as the city grows.  Being a part-time foodie, I love to meet and learn from people who have a passion to share their...

Back by Popular Demand, Les Misérables to Dazzle Austin

by Britni Rachal on September 4, 2019

They’re calling it “Les Mis for the 21st century.” September 10, glorious new staging and dazzling reimagined scenery will debut in Austin, with the return of Cameron Mackintosh’s production of Les Misérables for one week...

Five Minutes With Judith Knotts, Friend & Advocate for Austin’s Homeless Community

by Cullen Parker on August 21, 2019

Most people wouldn’t jump at the idea of living on the streets for three days. However, when Judith Knotts was given the opportunity in 2003, she took on the challenge without hesitation.  Following that experience,...

Texas Essentials: Crista Bailey, Hideaway Report’s CEO & Travel Aficionado

by Lisa Davis on August 14, 2019

Crista Bailey is empowering people and changing their world perspective through one-of-a-kind hideaways and luxurious travel experiences. Bailey joined Austin-based Hideaway Report, a curated travel website, in 2017 to reboot their brand.  She brought her...

Austin Restaurant Weeks, Feeding Central Texans

by Lisa Davis on August 12, 2019

One in seven Central Texans suffer food insecurity. The Central Texas Food Bank serves almost 46,000 people every week in 21 Central Texas counties. That’s the reason Austin restaurants, breweries and bars are banning together...

Hilarious and Historic, “Ann” Draws Crowds to ZACH Theatre

by Britni Rachal on August 7, 2019

“Ginger Rogers did everything Fred Astaire did. She just did it backwards and in high heels.” Motivating, uplifting, powerful, comical and with several thought-provoking underlying messages – that’s ZACH Theatre’s latest production of Holland Taylor’s...