Top 20 from 2018 USA FIA World Rallycross Championship

by James Stacy on October 1, 2018

Round 10 of the 2018 FIA World Rallycross Championship saw World RX visit the USA for the first time with Circuit of The Americas creating a purpose-built rallycross circuit at the COTA’s F1 and MotoGP...

3 Reasons You Have to See Antony + Cleopatra

by Julie Tereshchuk on September 25, 2018

It’s a clash of titans you won’t want to miss. Here’s why we’re excited about this weekend’s costumed staged reading of Antony and Cleopatra by Austin Shakespeare. (And there will only be three performances, so...

Five Minutes with Jerry Milani, Wizard World National PR Manager

by Brian Maass on September 17, 2018

Calling all Central Texas fans of Doctor Who, Charmed, Vampire Diaries and more. (Leave It To Beaver, anyone?) Make sure you’re in the Capitol City this weekend. That’s right, Wizard World is coming to Austin...

#MusicMonday: The Wonder of Alice in Chains

by Brian Maass on September 17, 2018

On a stormy night in Austin, TX, where thunder boomed overhead at the Moody Theater, Alice in Chains rocked the sold-out crowd at ACL Live. Touring in support of their latest album, “Rainier Fog,” the...

With “Monroe,” Austin Playhouse Explores Horrors of Racial Violence

by Nancy Miller Barton on September 14, 2018

Dateline: Monroe, Louisiana, 1946. Setting: The stage of the Austin Playhouse. Opening scene: Simple, quiet, yet beyond powerful. A handful of people stand solemnly. A young African-American man wearing denim overalls with large side pockets...

#TravelTuesday: 5 Austin Events You Can’t Miss This Fall

by Tarek Morshed on September 11, 2018

Autumn in Austin is arguably the best time of year. The heat of the summer finally fades (well, mostly fades) into some beautiful weather. Of course, it wouldn’t be Austin without lots of activities and...

How Early Testing Helped Me Beat Prostate Cancer

by Chris Hartley on September 6, 2018

It has been six months since my radical prostatectomy following my prostate cancer diagnosis at the age of 43. Prior to my diagnosis, I was not symptomatic and had no family history of prostate cancer....

#TravelTuesday: Moon Dance Ranch, a Little Piece of Hill Country Heaven

by Kinsley Fisher on September 4, 2018

It is said that small towns, with rolling hill views, provide serenity and an overwhelming feeling of peace. And if you’ve ever traveled to a town like Utopia, Texas with a population of just 227,...

Weekender: A Native Home at Austin’s Native Bar & Kitchen

by Daniel Ramirez on August 30, 2018

Native Hostel has been the name on nearly everyone’s tongue since SXSW 2018, when the new venue hosted a series of events that showcased just how relevant the east side of I-35 can be to...