Nature Nights At The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center In Austin

Nature Nights educating a student (Photo Credit: wildflower.org)

Bluebonnet season may have passed, but that does not mean Austinites will have to go without wildflowers for the next year. On June 12, Nature Nights at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center will come again for this summer and run for six Thursdays. This educational tradition allows families to experience nature and learn […]

TRIO For Paws Dinner 2014 In Austin At Four Seasons Hotel

(Photo Credit: TRIO)

The Four Seasons Hotel Austin’s TRIO will host the 2nd Annual TRIO for Paws dinner kicks-off on June 19. The event will run through August 28, 2014.

(Photo Credit: TRIO)

For this special dinner, TRIO will have a special three for $39 menu available, starting at 5 p.m. Four animal organizations will benefit […]

Recap: Lemonade Day Austin 2014

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It was just another beautiful Sunday in Austin with the inner city streets saturated with colorful pedestrians; unique storefronts with doors open to invite shoppers and restaurants and food trailers busy creating savory eats. But was this really a typical Sunday? If you looked hard enough through the normal activity, dotted here and there, […]

Lap of Luxury 4th Annual Wag The Dog To Benefit Texas Humane Legislation Network

(Photo Credit: Texas Humane Legislation Network)

Join The Texas Humane Legislation Network and Retreat Nail Bar as they celebrate our four-legged friends. The Lap of Luxury 4th Annual Wag the Dog fundraiser will feature raffle items, silent auction, salon specials and more.

(Photo Credit: Texas Humane Legislation Network)

Four years ago, the inaugural Wag the Dog kicked-off with just […]

Interview With Jesse Herman, Co-Founder Of Violet Crown Management

Jesse Herman and Delfo (Photo Credit: Austin Chronicle)

One of the premiere restaurant companies in Austin, Violet Crown Management has many projects under its belt. Including the restaurants Sway and La Condesa and event spaces: 901 and Fair Market. The team at Ask Miss A had a chance to chat with Jesse Herman about the business.

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Perfectly Pink Party 2014 In Austin To Benefit Susan G. Komen

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Susan G. Komen Austin will be continuing their tradition of giving the greater Austin area better access to breast cancer resources with this year’s Perfectly Pink Party. Komen Austin serves Bastrop, Caldwell, Hays, Travis and Williamson counties by helping to provide screenings, medical services and education to its residents. Because one in eight women […]

10th Annual ATLAS Ride For Texas 4000 In Austin

2013 ATLAS Ride

Each year a group of University of Texas at Austin students embark on a 70-day cross-country journey from Austin to Anchorage to help fight cancer. To kick-off this annual event, Texas 4000 hosts the ATLAS Ride.

2013 ATLAS Ride (Photo Credit: Texas Tigers)

With a 25, 50 and 70-mile routes, it’s […]

Golden Walk For Autism At Austin’s Dell Diamond

(Photo Credit: Golden Hat Foundation)

The second annual Golden Walk for Autism will be a fun-filled gold-themed parade. Besides the parade, there will be live music, food, and games and activities for the whole family. This event will help raise awareness for those individuals with autism spectrum disorders.

(Photo Credit: Golden Hat Foundation)

In order to […]

Interview with Austin’s Apothecary Cafe & Wine Bar’s Niraj Mehdiratta

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Austin is known for its treasures. Those hidden gems that you hear about, and make it a point to go an visit. Whether it is a fancy restaurant on Lamar, or a trailer on the East side, every neighborhood has that gem that brings a little something extra. The Rosedale neighborhood is no different. […]

Recap: Fusebox Festival Kicks Off With Mozart Requiem Undead

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Graham Reynolds speaks to the crowd gathered to hear Mozart Requiem Undead at the French Legation Museum (Photo Credit: Rob Johnson)

Nearly everyone with an ear for classical music has heard Mozart’s famous Requiem in one of its incarnations. Last week, Fusebox Festival opened with a new collaboration that reimagined the old music […]

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