Golden Walk For Autism At Austin’s Dell Diamond

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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.

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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 […]

Corporate Battle of the Bands 2014 To Benefit Health Alliance For Austin Musicians

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The Health Alliance for Austin Musicians will host their annual Corporate Battle of the Bands on Friday, May 9. These bands are not your ordinary rock stars. They range from doctors to software engineers by day, to musicians by night.

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Eight bands will take the stage, stealing the […]

Austin Lemonade Day To Spark Entrepreneurship And Philanthropy In Kids


We have all done it. Standing in our front yards with our lemonade signs, created with old cardboard and crayons and markers, next to our make-shift stands and Dixie cups filled with lemonade, or oftentimes any juice we could find to entice anyone to add a quarter to our crinkled plastic bag, hopeful of […]

Spring Pecan Street Festival 2014 In Austin


As the Austin sun begins to start staking its claim on the sky, it brings with it some of my favorite Austin traditions. From Eeyore’s Birthday to Austin Fashion Week, to KGSR Blues on the Green they all help build the culture that is this amazing city.

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One […]

Fusebox Festival In Austin Kicks Off With Mozart Requiem Undead


From April 16 through 27, Fusebox Festival will hit the Austin scene to bring “adventurous works of art across a variety of different mediums” to the public. This year’s kick off event, Mozart Requiem Undead, will show audiences an ambitious collaboration between a number of talented artists and composers. Mozart Requiem Undead takes one […]

Umlauf Sculpture Garden & Museum’s 16th Annual Garden Party In Austin

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The Umlauf Sculpture Garden and Museum will host its 16th Annual Garden Party on April 24. This party will feature the best in food and wine, complimented by the beautiful Umlauf grounds.

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The garden and museum was founded around a collection of work by Charles Umlauf. It is […]

Purple Party 6 To Benefit The Long Center In Austin


The Long Center, one of Austin’s homes to entertainment, brings music, comedy, dance and more to the public eye every day. During any given week, they may have any number of performances or other events in the Rollins Studio Theatre, Dell Hall or on the City Terrace. Now, it is time to celebrate the […]

Well Aware’s Shower Strike In Austin To Raise Money For Clean Water In Africa

(Photo Credit: Brenda Thompson Communications)

This year, Well Aware’s 2014 Shower Strike hopes to raise $150,000 for three villages in Kenya that need clean water. With the money raised from this campaign, the Well Aware team will be able to help more than 10,000 people.

Cobi and Sarah (Photo Credit: Brenda Thompson Communications)

The Shower Strike […]

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