Must-See Events and Must-Read Books from our Favorite Texas Authors at the 2021 Texas Book Festival

by Leona Barr on October 21, 2021

I am over-the-top excited that it’s Texas Book Festival time again and, like many of you, I’m planning my weekend around the amazing in-person panel discussions and virtual author talks throughout the week!  This festival...

#MusicMonday: ACL Festival 2021 Brought the Music Back to Zilker Park

by Brian Maass on October 18, 2021

After an open arms welcome to ACL Fest, the music in Zilker Park came to an end. More than 100 performers took to the stage representing a wide variety of music genres over the course...

#FoodieFriday: Modern Texas Food at Houston’s Indianola

by Gabi De la Rosa on October 15, 2021

An intentional exploration of Indianola’s menu from start, to cocktail, to sweet finish will take you on a tour of what makes Houston and Texas great - a convergence of culture and flavor.  [caption id="attachment_31989"...

Kerrville Triathlon: The Most Scenic Tri in Texas

by Brook Benten Jimenez on October 14, 2021

If you’re going to be swimming, biking, and running for miles (up to 70.3 miles, to be exact), you might as well do so in the Texas Hill Country and take in the most scenic...

4 Must-See Virtual Texas Book Festival Sessions for Foodies

by Bebe Brown on October 12, 2021

Here's foodies news you can use! The 26th annual Texas Book Festival kicks off on October 23 and runs through October 31. For 2021, TBF features both virtual and in-person author appearances. With nearly 200...

#TravelTuesday: 3 Best Texas Places to Reunite for the Holidays

by Marika Flatt on October 12, 2021

Make up for lost time by completely losing track of it, with your family by your side.  The majority of families did not gather in 2020, with individuals and immediate family members celebrating the holidays...

#AdventuresAroundAustin: 3 Fall Foodie Finds

by Marika Flatt and Dana Maass on October 8, 2021

Dine and play like a local! We’re featuring some of the best food finds around the city. Get a taste of some of the delicious wine, espresso-based drinks and Tex-Mex that Austin has. Bonus: Adventures...

Hear Ye, Hear Ye! A Photo Tour of the Texas Renaissance Festival

by Julie Tereshchuk on October 7, 2021

Come take a tour through the nation’s largest Renaissance event.  Every year over 450,000 eager patrons enter through the gates of the Texas Renaissance Festival into an extraordinary 16th century European village. From October 9...