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Miao culture uses embroidery to share stories at HOPE Farmers Market
September 20, 2018
For a tribe with no written language or history, stories of the Miao people are passed down in a different way: embroidery.
Spend your day tripping with these central Texas day trips
May 2, 2018
Central Texas has some worthwhile sights so go ahead and fill up your tank.
Eeyore’s Birthday celebrates those who make Austin unique
April 25, 2018
What better way to celebrate a sad donkey’s special day than by wearing full costume and eating a chicken fajita?
Texas Revue displays an array of extraordinary student talents
April 10, 2018
This Saturday, UT students will perform the show of their life, competing for a $1,500 grand prize.
Class registration gets on everyone’s nerves, but it’s a necessary evil
April 8, 2018
The two words “class registration” have the capability to send a chill down students’ spines, bringing to mind prior struggles with the system.
Che Malambo reinvigorates the legacy of South American dance
March 25, 2018
Dusting off the style of traditional Malambo dance, dance group Che Malambo will soon be presenting their rich culture and heritage in a theater near you.
Houseplants offer a variety of mental and physical health benefits
March 19, 2018
Indoor plants are making a comeback as popular house décor, but what you may not realize is that these photosynthesizing friends offer more for your room than just an aesthetic.
Blues concert venue adds to Austin's rich legacy
March 8, 2018
What do a DNA and software company, famous Austin concert venue Antone’s — of Stevie Ray Vaughan fame — and UT Austin all have in common? Spencer Wells holds a place in his heart for all of them.
SXSW: Food trucks reunite for Austin’s SouthBites
March 8, 2018
To help combat rumbling tummies as you take in the sights and sounds of Austin, South by Southwest has you covered.
Local, hand-crafted boots walk all over globe
February 22, 2018
Noel Escobar is the owner of the shop Texas Custom Boots that has produced boots of all shapes, sizes, leathers and detailings as unique as Austin for nearly four decades.
The Fear of Missing Out might cause you to overload your life
February 18, 2018
College is supposed to be the best four years of your life. So why does it feel like you’re missing out?
Pros, cons: having a dog in college
February 12, 2018
While pursuing a degree, it can be tempting to get a dog to fill the void in your heart. While the addition of a furry friend sounds like a great idea on the surface, it’s important to evaluate whether or not your lifestyle is suitable for a pet.
Austin experts offer plenty of ways to lift up your life
February 2, 2018
Lift up your life with health tips from experts around the Austin area.
Austin's bats can't stand Texas' cold either
January 26, 2018
From late February to October, Austin natives and tourists alike flock to Lady Bird Lake to see 1.5 million bats emerge from under the Congress Avenue Bridge. As temperatures drop, fewer bats emerge nightly, and the bridges that once housed these creatures are left almost entirely empty. But where do they go?