#FoodieFriday: A Texas Take on Peruvian Food in Austin

by Britni Rachal on December 6, 2019

Peruvian favorites with subtle Texas taste hints. If you’re looking for Peruvian food in Austin, you won’t find another restaurant as unique and contemporary as Yuyo. One of only a few Peruvian restaurants in the...

#TXVoices: By the Numbers, Texans Bringing Light to the World’s Poorest Areas

by Steve Vincent on December 6, 2019

See a problem. Find a solution. Fix it. This pioneering spirit still resides deep in the heart of Texans today. It certainly moved me to act 10 years ago when the United Methodist Committee on...

Five Minutes With Barbara Horan, Owner, the historic Texan Theater

by Lisa Davis on December 5, 2019

With a history as long as the Trinity River, the Texan Theater has been brought back to life.  In 1935, the Texan Theater became one of several movie theaters in the tiny North Texas town...

Five Minutes With Paulet Del Castillo, Co-star, ABC’s New Sitcom “Mixed-ish”

by Bob Valleau on December 5, 2019

Paulet Del Castillo, a North Texas high school freshman, appears in ABC’s new sitcom “Mixed-ish” and is excited about her role.  “Mixed-ish” is based on the story of Rainbow Johnson, who recounts her experience growing...

#TXBites: Calling All Coffee Drinkers – Collaborative Trade Coffee is a Thing & It’s in Houston

by Gabi De la Rosa on December 4, 2019

Delicious coffee and scratch made bakery goods - what else could you ask for? How about drinking quality coffee with a conscience? We have all seen or heard of fair trade coffee, but do you...

“Holiday Heroes,” ZACH Theatre’s Family Musical

by Lisa Davis on December 3, 2019

“Holiday Heroes” enables kids of all ages to celebrate the differences in the world around them. There’s nothing like a ZACH Theatre holiday musical to usher in the start of the Christmas season. This 45-minute...

#TravelTuesday: Go Solo & Let Go in Lost Pines Texas

by Haven Lindsey on December 3, 2019

As I stood ready to let go for my first zip line ride, I knew that in less than a minute, I would be standing on the opposite platform with an expanded mind from learning...

#MusicMonday: Illenium Ascends in Dallas

by Aki Wada & Julie Tereshchuk on December 2, 2019

Continuing a landmark 2019, Denver-based artist Nick Miller—known professionally as Illenium—released his third full-length studio album, Ascend, August 16. November 16, Dallas-area fans got to celebrate with the great showman when he played The Pavilion...