#MusicMonday: Twenty One Pilots Take Off in Austin

by Brian Maass on July 8, 2019

Setting the stage on fire—literally—Twenty One Pilots’ Bandito Tour blazed into Austin.  Singer, pianist and guitarist Tyler Joseph and drummer Joshua Dun are known for their energetic performances, and on this night they didn’t disappoint...

#FoodieFriday: Rare & Well Done Dining, Perry’s Steakhouse Now in North Austin

by Britni Rachal on July 5, 2019

Ever since I saw the “Coming Soon” sign I have eagerly awaited the option of enjoying one of my favorite steakhouses in a North Austin location. With an award-winning menu, impeccable service and an elegant...

A World Premiere for Theater Enthusiasts: McNally’s Latest Opens at ZACH

by Britni Rachal on July 1, 2019

Unique, dark, mysterious, slightly comical and set against an intriguing historic backdrop. That’s how I would best describe American legend Terrence McNally’s newest play, which received a standing ovation during its premiere at Austin’s beloved...

Five Minutes With Brooke Waupsh, Swoovy Dating App Co-Founder, CEO

by Lisa Davis on July 1, 2019

Brooke Waupsh has discovered a new way for singles to meet without swiping right or left. The result? People stay together. Sound good? Read on! Austin-based Waupsh’s dating app, Swoovy, encourages singles to get to...

Destination Austin (and Willie!) this 4th of July

by Britni Rachal on June 24, 2019

The Lone Star State’s favorite red headed stranger is at it again. Texas’ most beloved son, Willie Nelson, is holding his fourth annual 4th of July Picnic at Circuit of the Americas, making Austin a...

Austin Playhouse’s “The Book of Will”: The Men Who Saved Shakespeare

by Lisa Davis on June 20, 2019

It’s hard to imagine a world without the renowned plays, the illustrious sayings or the eloquent quotes of William Shakespeare but, at one time, this unfathomable possibility was headed towards reality had it not been...

Summer Family Fun with the Kids, Texas-Style

by Marika Flatt and Cullen Parker on June 14, 2019

Things are heating up around Texas! With the kids out of school, summer vacation is the perfect time to explore our great state and get in some much-needed relaxation. Here are our top picks for...

Texas Essentials: Dave Steakley, Zach Theatre’s Beloved Artistic Director

by Lisa Davis on June 5, 2019

How do you hang on to the soul of an icon in a city that is booming beyond belief? That's the daily challenge for Dave Steakley. A native of Grandview, Texas, Steakley first came to...

Brews & Much More For All at the Hill Country’s Newest Beer Fest

by Brian Maass on June 3, 2019

Located in the middle of the destination-rich Texas Hill Country wine trail, you will find a new and worthy addition to the much lauded neighborhood: Vista Brewing. Established in April 2018, Vista has quickly become...