The Donald Trump/Mike Pence campaign trail is winding its way down south through Austin, Texas this Tuesday. Whether you are...
So, this is awesome -- Oscar-winning actor Matthew McConaughey is teaching a film class at UT Austin!
It’s not often that Austinites are glad to have someone from Oklahoma on their turf, but when that person happens to be former Longhorn basketball player Kevin Durant, we welcome him with open arms.
Keep your eyes peeled for swoon-worthy Pierce Brosnan in coming months, as he’ll be in town shooting AMC’s “The Son,” reports Deadline.
Yep, EvelynFromTheInternets, the Beyoncé-loving, joke-cracking, magical woman who we know and love from YouTube... Is an Austinite.
Get ready to deal with ALL THE FEELS. If you haven’t yet seen this video from KVUE that goes a bit more in depth into that now viral video of Florence Welch of Florence + The Machine performing for a fan in hospice, drop everything you’re doing and watch it.
Austin may not be the film industry haven that it once was, but there are still some opportunities available in the Central Texas area if you know where to look.
You've seen his movies. You've cheered him at the Oscars. But we guarantee, you have never seen Matthew McConaughey like this before.
Did your Facebook invite box just inexplicably become full of invitations to weird events that sound like secret SXSW parties planned by Uncle Rico from Napoleon Dynamite?
It’s so nice to be celebrating a musician for another orbit around the sun, especially when it’s someone so near and dear to us.
I’ve got a theory that Joss Whedon may have enjoyed his recent trip to Austin, and local folk musician Shawnee Kilgore has the proof on her Instagram.
We got all that we expect from a GoT premiere -- death, drama, and gratuitous nudity. Here are just a few reactions about the premiere from Austinites:
Austin was lucky enough to have witnessed one of Prince's amazing performances, during a no-cameras show at SXSW 2013. But now, you can watch it too!
Because doves shouldn't cry alone, lots of Austin musicians and venues are putting together tribute events for Prince.
If you were at Austin City Limits or Fun Fun Fun Fest in 2012, you have yet to forget the abundance of hot celebs around that year, thanks to Terrence Malick shooting a film during those festivals.