Embrace Adventure, Cuisine & Culture in San Antonio

by Visit San Antonio on November 8, 2019

Historic. Authentic. Friendly. Delicious! San Antonio is filled with fun things to do, inspiring places to see, and delightful new spots to eat and drink. Tucked below street level and only steps from the Alamo,...

Jimmy Fallon and his Tonight Show visit Austin

Fallon Tonight Stuns at UT Austin

by Daniel Ramirez on November 7, 2019

Earlier this week, Jimmy Fallon, host of the Tonight Show, fell back into the fountain waters on the University of Texas at Austin campus. If you’re from Austin or went to UT, you know the...

F1’s 2019 U.S. Grand Prix: A Bumpy Weekend at the Races

by Lisa Davis on November 7, 2019

Austin was at least 130 decibels louder over the weekend when F1’s elite automotive speedsters made their way to the 2019 U.S. Grand Prix at Circuit of the Americas. The Circuit of the Americas (COTA)...

#TXBites: Three Reasons to Eat at Roka Akor Right Now

by Gabi De la Rosa on November 6, 2019

Houston, Texas has become one of the most food-centric cities in the nation. You’d be hard pressed to find a city where meals prepared by James Beard Award-winning chefs and fine dining restaurants coexist harmoniously...

Five Minutes With Chad Mathews, Lone Star Film Festival Executive Director

by Lisa Davis on November 5, 2019

The Lone Star Film Festival in Fort Worth continues growing each year. After graduating from TCU with a Bachelor of Science in Film & Television, Chad Mathews began his career working as an actor in...

ZACH Theatre’s “Jungalbook,” Tale of Loyalty & Betrayal

by Lisa Davis on November 4, 2019

Adventure awaits in a jungle where danger lurks in every tree and only the brave dare enter!  ZACH Theatre opens its 2019-20 Family Series season with the retelling of Rudyard Kipling’s Mowgli stories, “Jungalbook.” Adapted...

Luminaria: A Weekend of Light, Art & Community in the Alamo City

by Lee Ann Herring-Olvedo on November 4, 2019

Art is more than just taking paints to a canvas, putting notes to music or taking pen to paper. It truly is about opening up a portal to another place and time. It is like...

Texas Essentials: Heath Riddles, CEO Pease Park Conservancy

by Lisa Davis on November 1, 2019

Heath Riddles is passionate about Austin’s green spaces and believes Pease Park represents all that makes Austin great. For more than 15 years, nonprofits have been pivotal in Riddles’ life and front and center in...

#FoodieFriday: Dough Not Miss this Donut Tour Round Houston

by Gabi De la Rosa on November 1, 2019

National Donut Day only comes around twice per year. Yes, you heard that right – the fried doughy treats are so good they are celebrated once on June 1st and a second time on November...