#FoodieFriday: ‘Tis the Time to Indulge

by Julie Tereshchuk on December 18, 2020

Punting our healthy eating resolutions to January, we’ve gathered a Texas-wide round up of sweet indulgences and seasonal sips for this holiday time. After all, is this not the year to (safely) indulge?  AUSTIN [caption...

Happy Holiday Happenings Around Texas for Everyone

by Julie Tereshchuk on December 10, 2020

Take your pick from our rollicking roundup of events and happenings around Texas this holiday season. For 2020, we’ve sought out virtual and outdoor events, with safe social distancing in mind. Happy Holidays, y’all! VIRTUAL...

Randal Ford’s 7 Tips: How to Photograph Your Dog

by Bebe Brown on November 4, 2020

What says holidays more than a photo of your four-legged loved one to share far and wide this season? Here’s how to ace it for 2020, courtesy of award-winning Austin-based animal photographer Randal Ford. “As...

Revealed: The Secret Sauce of Hollywood’s Original Blockbusters

by Julie Tereshchuk on October 26, 2020

Just how did the great Hollywood studios make doorbusting blockbuster movies back before CGI, drones and other modern day techno wizardry? All is revealed in a first-time collaboration between San Antonio’s McNay Art Museum and...

#FoodieFriday: Trick or Treat Yourself, Y’all!

by Julie Tereshchuk on October 23, 2020

We might not be heading to our favorite costume party, or handing out candy to neighborhood kiddos, but we can still have fun, be safe and treat ourselves during the season of all things boo....

Boo! 8 Witchy Ways To Scare Up Your 2020 Texas Halloween

by Julie Tereshchuk on October 15, 2020

Ready for all things spooky and scary? Want some gruesome ghoulish glee? We’ve got a boo-tiful bundle of family-friendly events across the Lone Star State, all with social distancing and safety rules in mind. ALL...

#FoodieFriday: Sweet Gluten-Free Surprises from SorBabes Gourmet Sorbet

by Julie Tereshchuk on October 2, 2020

Founded by two moms who started selling out of farmer's markets back in 2013, SorBabes has broken the rules of sorbet and added an indulgence factor to this centuries old dessert. Today, founders Nicole Cardone...

Saving Performing Arts in Texas, One Artist at a Time

by Julie Tereshchuk on September 10, 2020

What does it take to bring two dramatically different arts organizations together? Simple. A pandemic that has roiled theater and the arts across the globe. Rolling up their sleeves to give vital support to artists...