What is Forest Bathing, Anyway?

by Lisa Davis on January 10, 2019

If the image of forest bathing conjures up funny pictures in your mind, you aren't alone. Forest bathing isn't at all what you might be picturing. Although it is a relatively new concept in the...

BowiElvis Fest Celebrates Rock Icon Birthdays In Houston and Austin

by Julie Bonnin on January 10, 2019

On the Saturday before Elvis and David Bowie’s shared birthday, Pecos Hank wailed his fast-paced version of “Blue Moon of Kentucky,” then segued seamlessly into “Suffragette City,” and people dressed as Ziggy Stardust, Princess Leia...

#FoodieFriday: The Unusual Story of Luscombe Farm Specialty Food Store

by Bob Valleau on December 28, 2018

Fourth-generation owner Leslie Luscombe is the first to admit that she had to overcome a lack of self-confidence to successfully operate a north Texas gift basket business and specialty food farm. Luscombe Farm, located in...

Happy New Interior! 4 Easy Design Tips to Kick-Start Your 2019

by Leah O'Neill on December 27, 2018

A home should be all about the people living in it. When I’m creating a space I want to know everything about the people— their style, preferences, and how they live their life so I...

Party Time! Where to Ring In the New Year Across Texas

by Bebe Brown on December 26, 2018

2019 is right around the corner and with a new year come holiday celebrations. We’ve got some of the best New Year’s Eve parties, packages and specials across Texas---guaranteed to make 2018 go out with...

A Comical Perspective on the Holiday Hustle: Santaland Diaries at Austin’s ZACH Theatre

by Britni Rachal on December 20, 2018

Back for a second year, and with a new elf, The Santaland Diaries has a new look and new showtimes. The play is showing through December 30 on the Whisenhunt stage at ZACH Theatre. A...

Cheers! 7 Sips for Holiday Partying, New Year’s, Bowl Games & More

by The Elves at Texas Lifestyle Magazine on December 17, 2018

Looking for the perfect cocktail for a holiday shindig, New Year’s or even a bowl game viewing party? Check out where to find them, recipes to concoct them at home plus a fun twist on...

The Pink Parachute Project: Recasting Resilience

by Margaret Richards on December 12, 2018

Texas is known for its resilience, strength and sharpshooters. Throughout the Lone Star state’s history, Texas women have become recognized and renowned for these traits. Now, photographer Teodora Pogonat follows in their footsteps. Through January...