“Music is the lifeblood of Austin and the musicians carry that legacy forward for us every day, often at low pay and with no benefits. I am proud to give back to our musicians, and HAAM is that lifeline that gives us all the chance to participate and say thank you,” said Shelley Meyer, [...]
(Photo Credit: Andrew Dorer)
CASA of Travis County made a splash at their CASABlanca Gala this year when they raised almost 300,000 for their mission with the live and silent auctions alone, including an anonymous donor who agreed to match the night’s fund-a-need up to 100,000. Now it is time for their annual [...]
Come one, come all for I Live Here, I Give Here’s The Big Give Under The Big Top! On September 27, this event will honor the best in philanthropy.
Besides honoring Austin’s best, this event will feature music from the White Ghost Shivers, circus entertainers, carnival-style games, a silent auction, and [...]
The 2013-2014 Ballet Austin season opens with Shakespeare’s classic, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” We talked to Choreographer Stephen Mills to get his thoughts on the season opener and upcoming season.
Q. Last season opened with another Shakespeare play, The Taming of the Shrew. What made you decide to follow suit and open this season [...]
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Come celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Komen Austin Race for the Cure at the Project Pink Fashion Show on September 21. Bring your girl friends to what promises to be a runway show like no other.
Designers from the University of Texas at Austin, The Art [...]
Early image of the band (Photo Credit: Asleep at the Wheel)
Forty years of touring dance halls across the country is sure to produce some grand escapades and spectacular stories. From humble beginnings in Paw Paw, West Virginia to nine Grammy Awards, Asleep at the Wheel has kept rolling along doing what they [...]
Photo Credit: John Anderson
This was my first year at The Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Festival and I admit I felt and tasted the summer and sauce heat. It was a steamy Austin afternoon at 96 degrees, and Fiesta Gardens was packed!
When I arrived, of course, I realized that I forgot to [...]
Walking into Searsucker, it immediately feels like home. This “Americana-style” decorated restaurant has found a place in Austin’s Warehouse District. From the first sip of my The Maiden and the Buccaneer, to the last bite of the Pretzel Bar with Ice Cream, I was relaxed as I made new friends and caught up [...]
As we all know and view every day, our awesome city of Austin is expanding in all sorts of ways. One feature of the city’s growth that I am really loving and enjoying is all of the new, unique and creative restaurants. Foreign & Domestic (F&D) is among those innovative restaurants that [...]
Valerie Do, Brent Bulger, Mary Aviles and Cindy Yang, riders in this year’s race. (Photo Credit: Rob Johnson)
Friends and family joined together to support the riders who participated in the ten-year anniversary trek from Texas to Alaska. These University of Texas students ended their long journey by being recognized at the Tribute [...]