#TravelTuesday: Six Flags is Back in Houston & Perfect for Family Fun!

by Gabi De la Rosa on July 16, 2019

The biggest amusement park announcement to hit the Houston scene in years was made just in time for the 2019 summer season. Wet & Wild Splashtown is now Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Splashtown. The park...

#MusicMonday: The Stars Align at Willie’s Fourth of July Picnic

by Christian De Massis & Julie Tereshchuk on July 15, 2019

Willie Nelson’s Fourth of July Picnic just wouldn’t be the same without—-of course—the red headed stranger himself. Yet, it’s not just about Willie. In fact, the iconic headliner puts together a line up of music...

#FoodieFriday: Top 5 Reasons to Dine at Lucienne Right Now

by Gabi De la Rosa on July 12, 2019

Whether you want to expand your restaurant repertoire or are just looking for your next best meal, we’ve done the hard work of wining and dining at Houston’s Lucienne to sniff out the best of...

Five Minutes With DFW New Country 96.3-FM KSCS’ Hawkeye in the Morning

by Bob Valleau on July 11, 2019

Popular on-air personality Mark “Hawkeye” Louis has been waking up DFW-area residents, on 96.3-FM KSCS, since 1988. (That was the year before the Dallas Cowboys drafted Troy Aikman!) Over his career, Louis has been awarded...

Five Minutes With Emily Jones, Texas Rangers Sports Reporter

by Lisa Davis on July 10, 2019

Emily Jones isn’t your typical sports announcer. This mother of two keeps herself busy as a philanthropist, published author, actress, entrepreneur and Texas Rangers reporter.  Growing up in Plainview, Texas, had aspirations from a young...

1915 Farm is Where all the Livestock Want to Graze

by Lisa Davis on July 8, 2019

When Tanner and Catherine Klemcke first started on their search for less than 20 modest acres of land, they had no way of knowing they would end up with 57 sprawling acres and a rundown...

#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...