For those who recognize the absurd relationship between drinking and Cinco de Mayo, take some time out on Tuesday for the 2015 Austin Recovery Speaker Series Spring Luncheon and show support for the millions of individuals suffering from alcoholism.
Photo Credit: Jeffrey Tambor
This year’s event will feature Golden Globe-winning actor Jeffrey Tambor. […]
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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, […]
Ken Oringer and Jamie Bissonnette of Toro (Photo Credit: Melissa Pont)
Tastings from the best restaurants from around the country, free-flowing wine, plus showings from award-winning and famous chefs such as Tyson Cole, Paul Qui, Andrew Zimmern, Jamie Bissonnette, and Ken Oringer? Sounds like a dream!
It’s actually called the Austin Food and […]
On a warm and humid (but luckily not rainy) April evening, the UMLAUF Sculpture Garden & Musuem transformed into a lively venue filled with delightful sights, sounds, tastes, and activities. The trees and greenery were accented with blue lighting, as well as strung lights, and Austinites dressed to impress. Around every corner of the […]
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 […]
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While we may never know exactly where the proverb came from, Leadership Austin has clearly grasped the concept of “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” Which is why this community juggernaut has discarded the tired networking/award ceremony/departure routine to throw the aptly-named Best Party Ever […]
Jennifer Stevens, co-chair of this year’s event (Photo Credit: Carrie Hunt)
For the fourth year in a row, Komen Austin brought together its supporters for a night of good food and wine and speakers who were able to tell their stories or provide further information about what’s being done in the fight against […]
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This past Saturday, nearly a thousand guests came together at Wild Onion Ranch for the 26th Annual Ronald McDonald House Charities Bandana Ball. As philanthropic supporters arrived, they were greeted by and margaritas passed around by a staff that couldn’t look more, well, Texan.
The dress and […]
Since 1977, little orphan Annie has delighted audiences in the theatre and on screen, most recently in the modernized adaptation that came out last year. Now long time fans and newly introduced Annie lovers have the chance to watch the stage version. The look and feel of the show is familiar, but that does […]
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 […]