Giving Tuesday: Housing a Homeless Austinite Just in Time for the Holidays

by Bebe Brown on November 26, 2018

Central Texas real estate agents are bringing some much-needed holiday cheer in the form of a new house and new way of living to a homeless Austinite. This fall, Carol Dochen, founder of Dochen Realtors, along...

Five Minutes With Lauren Bush Lauren, CEO & Co-Founder, FEED Projects

by Emily Bond on November 20, 2018

Former model and granddaughter to President George H.W. Bush and the late First Lady Barbara Bush, Lauren created FEED Projects to help end global hunger after serving as a World Food Programme spokesperson. It was...

#Brilliant Pairings: Giving Thanks With American Wines

by Robin Barr Sussman on November 19, 2018

A cheat sheet for procrastinators! Thursday, November 22 is Thanksgiving, an American holiday started in 1621 by the Pilgrims at Plymouth with a feast to celebrate the harvest and to thank the Wampanoag Indians for...

#FoodieFriday: Catching the Flavors of Mexico at La Fisheria

by Gabi De la Rosa on November 9, 2018

Want to take a culinary trip to Mexico without leaving Houston? Head over to La Fisheria in the Bayou city’s downtown area for the next best thing to visiting the Mexican coast. La Fisheria has...

Lighting Up the Night at Creek Show, 3 Reasons Not to Miss

by Lisa Davis on November 7, 2018

A kind of supernatural beauty will be finding its way around the water and along the trails of downtown Austin’s Waller Creek November 9-17. Combining unique storytelling through artful displays of illumination, the Waller Creek...

Five Minutes With Andy Grammer, Pop Singer & Songwriter

by Analise Flatt on November 7, 2018

Andy Grammer is a multi-platinum pop singer and songwriter with six certified gold hits who believes in inspiring and empowering the world by communicating his truths through his music. Grammer’s concept of what it means...

#Music Monday: 15 Ways To Relive UTOPiAfest 2018

by Hannah Varnell on November 5, 2018

UTOPiAfest recently celebrated its 10th anniversary of gathering music, community and nature enthusiasts for one amazing weekend. Combining the things we all love about music festivals, and minimizing the rest, UTOPiAfest is a total experience,...

November is American Diabetes Month: Taking a Deep Dive Into Vein Health

by Samantha Cook on November 5, 2018

Diabetes is a disease that many Americans do not take as seriously as we should. Many people think Type 2 Diabetes is something someone “gets” because they are overweight with a poor diet. This is...

With BBQ, Brews and Blues, Smoke Session Kicks Off Foodie Weekend in Austin

by Bebe Brown on November 2, 2018

The James Beard Foundation awards are the Oscars of the culinary world. So, on November 15, when the James Beard Foundation Smoke Session event arrives in Austin, that’s something no self-respecting foodie fan will want...