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Austin Film Festival 2018 | Everybody Knows

by Daniel Ramirez on October 27, 2018

Photo Courtesy © Memento Films The wisdom goes, “the truth shall set you free,” and rarely is this maxim challenged.  To that end, few films have challenged the age-old saying as much as “Everybody Knows (Todos...

#FoodieFriday: Find Out What’s Hopping at Vista Brewing

by Dana Kent & Brian Maass on October 26, 2018

Tucked along the Hill Country Wine Trail, down the road from some of the best-known barbecue in the country at the Salt Lick, you'll find a Driftwood establishment called Vista Brewing. Although Vista Brewing is...

Five Minutes With Rodney Rice, App Creator

by Rilee Wong on October 26, 2018

Rodney Rice is the founder of Waldo Photos, a facial recognition-powered photo-sharing app. The Waldo app is used for events, occasions and more to help deliver photos right to parents' phones. With his app, Rice...

5 Fab Reasons to Flip To the 2018 Texas Book Festival

by Bebe Brown on October 25, 2018

The ACL of the book world is going on this weekend, October 27-28, in downtown Austin. So, grab everyone in your family (it’s super family friendly) and head to Congress Avenue and the Capitol.  Most...

Five Minutes With Sallie Knudsen, Member, Orangetheory Fitness Pflugerville

by Kinsley Fisher & Marika Flatt on October 24, 2018

Sallie Knudsen needed to lose weight and was ready to make a lifestyle change when she discovered there was an Orangetheory Fitness opening nearby. This is her story about losing weight, gaining energy and taking...

F1 Fires Up Surprises in Austin at 2018 US Grand Prix

by James Stacy on October 23, 2018

After rain early in the weekend, the Capitol City put on the charm for Sunday’s seventh running of the Formula 1™ United States Grand Prix. With Lewis Hamilton arriving in Austin prepared to battle Sebastian...

Head to San Antonio for Texas-Size Day of the Dead Celebration

by Bebe Brown on October 23, 2018

When it comes to Día de Los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, there's no place in the United States that observes this traditionally Mexican holiday quite like San Antonio.  This year, as the city...

Mamma Mia at Plano’s Courtyard Theater Brings Electric Chemistry to Hit Musical

by Christian Welch on October 22, 2018

If Mamma Mia 2 reignited your love for the classic musical (or maybe it just reminded you how great the original was), you can get your fix at the Courtyard Theater in Plano from October...

Raising A Very Creative Child | Austin Film Festival Founder, Barbara Morgan

by Daniel Ramirez on October 20, 2018

As any parent can tell you, it's tough to raise a child from birth to fully-grown. Most parents will explain that they're never done steering, counseling, advising and generally guiding their children, well into adulthood....