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...

Miron Crosby, Authentic Designer Cowboy Boots

by Lisa Davis on August 28, 2019

Miron Crosby boots fuse the authenticity of Texas with the fashionable creativity of New York City.  Growing up on their family’s cattle ranch in West Texas, sisters Lizzie Means Duplantis and Sarah Means were no...

For Your Dallas List: Mi Dia From Scratch

by Adam Zoblotsky on August 26, 2019

What's on your list? In a recent heated conversation amongst local aficionados, the topic was the importance of having a Top 5 list. Why only five? Turns out, it seems to be the perfect number...

#FoodieFriday: Savors & Senses in San Antone

by Lee Ann Herring-Olvedo on August 23, 2019

There is something powerful about simply stopping and intentionally savoring a dish to the last bite. The connection evoked by each of our senses when we allow ourselves to take in not just the food...

Superstars of Basketball & Hip-Hop at BIG3 Ballout in Dallas

by Aki Wada & Julie Tereshchuk on August 22, 2019

Question: What do you get when you mix a fast and furious basketball league with fan favorites of hip-hop? Answer: The BIG3 Ballout. The 3-on-3 half-court pro basketball league co-founded by Ice Cube and Jeff...

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,...

#TravelTuesday: Find Your Inner Texan in the Highland Lakes Region

by Susie Oszustowicz on August 20, 2019

Texas is 268,820 square miles. That gives us plenty of unique adventures to take and wildly varied terrain to see. A less explored region with a great deal to offer is Burnet County, also known...

Five Minutes With Julianna Crowder, Founder, “A Girl & A Gun”

by Lisa Davis on August 19, 2019

Julianna Crowder is a dreamer, teacher and community leader.   Crowder spent much of her life surrounded by firearms, but it wasn’t until 2004 when her interest in competitive action shooting, hunting and self-defense was piqued. ...

#MusicMonday: “In Event of Moon Disaster,” Cut Throat Finches

by Sage Howell on August 19, 2019

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the successful 1969 Apollo 11 mission. But what if the spaceship’s crew of Armstrong, Aldrin and Collins hadn’t made it back from the moon? Well, there was a...