Miss A Columnist

Meera Rajagopalan is the Austin Editor for Miss A. A proud Longhorn, Meera earned her journalism degree from UT. Some of her hobbies include event planning, writing and baking. She loves trying new recipes and experimenting with food. Her latest creation was Pistachio Fudge. A tech nerd at heart, Meera loves cool iPhone apps and geeking out with friends about social media trends. Aside from the tech stuff, Meera also enjoys discovering new fonts. There’s something about finding the perfect font to help enhance titles. Besides her hobbies, Meera loves free stuff. So far besides tons of samples, she’s won concert tickets, movie passes (compliments of Do512) and a cooking class.

Business Spotlight: Center for Music Therapy, Inc.

Hope Young, Stephen Bartlett Co-producers, Ray Benson, supporter and brought producers together for project, Dick Reeves, advisor to: Movement Tracks Project (Photo Credit: Movement Tracks Project)

Name: Center for Music Therapy, Inc. Website: www.centerformusictherapy.com Facebook Page: Center for Music Therapy

Mission/About: Center for Music Therapy, Inc. has been dedicated for 25 years to making music therapy and other sensory-based interventions more accessible to consumers by providing traditional and non-traditional therapies, treatment services, programs, classes, technologies and products.

Hope Young, […]

Business Spotlight: American Music Water & Texas Music Water

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There are many things that are basic necessities to survive. Water is among them. One Austin-based company is using water to help musicians and the music community. American Music Water and Texas Music Water is more that just another bottle of water. It is something the communities rally around during events. We chatted with […]

Recap: Jay Leno At Austin’s Long Center

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Jay Leno brought the audience to tears from laughing during his performance at The Long Center in Austin. The stand-up comedian covered many ends of the spectrum and shared childhood memories with the audience.

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From politics to pets, and Thanksgiving dinner to his interns at the Tonight show, […]

Austin Over The Edge For Make-A-Wish

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Make-A-Wish Central & South Texas challenges you to face your fears, go over the edge and rappel 38 stories down the W Austin. The first 200 fundraisers that raised a minimum of $1,500 earned their spot to go Over The Edge for Make-A-Wish.

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There are still 26 spots available […]

Alamo Drafthouse and Do512 Present Sound & Cinema At Austin’s Long Center

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Back for its third season, Sound & Cinema 2015, presented by Alamo Drafthouse and Do512, pairs classic movies with local musicians. The movies are played on the Drafthouse’s giant inflatable screen, against the backdrop of the beautiful Austin skyline.

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The teams at the Drafthouse and Do512 carefully curate and pair […]

Interview With Austin’s Anisha Srivastava Of Daana

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Inspired by a friend’s painting of a Hamsa, Anisha Srivastava took the painting, put it on a one-shoulder t-shirt. And so her Shakti collection and daana were born. It’s not just about creating beautiful pieces though. Anisha created daana provide two tools that would simplify philanthropic engagement: financial support and advocacy. For each collection, […]

13th Annual Keep Austin Weird Festival + 5K

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There are a couple of mantras that can be heard shouted from Mt. Bonnell. Besides being the “Live Music Capital of the World,” Austinites like to “keep it weird.” This idea of embracing who we are and not being afraid of being different or weird is celebrated year ‘round. One event that truly exudes […]

ATX Television Festival Season 4

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In its fourth “season,” the ATX Television Festival is a celebration of television. It looks back at the past, where it is now and participants even get a glimpse at where it is headed. The jam-packed weekend gives guests a chance to meet with actors, writers, directors, creators, showrunners, […]

Texas 4000 Atlas Ride 2015 To Benefit MD Anderson Cancer Center

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Each year, a very special group of University of Texas at Austin students set off on a mission. A 70-day mission to be exact. The Texas 4000 team will start their journey to Anchorage, Alaska on May 30. The Texas 4000 Atlas Ride allows friends, family and supporters ride the first 25, 50 or […]

Comedian Jay Leno Comes to Austin’s Long Center

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Former “Tonight Show” host Jay Leno is coming to Austin’s Long Center for one night only. During this showcase, Leno will give Austin his best comedy routine and demonstrate the personality that made him a star on late night television.

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Leno made his late night television debut on […]

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