Austin swimming holes and Austin pools are where the action is in central Texas come Summer time. Here are 12 spots you will love!
Lexus Broadway in Austin brings a touring production of The Phantom of the Opera to Austin’s Bass Concert Hall April 19–30, 2017 — and you could win tickets for yourself and a friend!
the Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center is an Austin treasure waiting for residents and tourists alike to explore. Here's what you'll find!
Take a step back into Texas' varied history, catch a movie, or just stock up on Texas themed gifts at Bob Bullock History Museum in downtown Austin.
The bluebonnet fields are beginning to bloom in earnest, and that means one thing to Central Texans: It’s photo time! If you’re wondering where to go for the perfect state flower photo op, look no further.
Easter egg hunts, Earth Day celebrations, and Eeyore’s Birthday Party: April is full of FREE events where you can maximize your family’s outside time!
March 2 marks a very significant day in Texas history, and for those who want to celebrate Texas' independence, here are a few of our favorite activities.
If you’re looking for ways to celebrate the day of love with the entire family, then check out our list of FREE family friendly Valentine’s Day events here in Austin!
Make a kite, make a friend, practice bird yoga and make snow angels in real snow! Here’s the scoop on free pre-Valentine’s fun this weekend in Austin.
It's almost time to celebrate the Year of the Rooster, and Austin has plenty of opportunities to celebrate this vibrant tradition.
If you're a published author looking to really get their book out there, you'll want to submit your work to the growing Texas Book Festival.
If you read Austin author Kat Kronenberg’s new book Dream Big, you’ll find a baboon can teach you -- and your kids -- a lot about believing in yourself.
This weekend marks another chance for Central Texas families and paleontology fans to take a big step back in time at Austin Paleo’s annual Fossil Fest in Round Rock.
Towards the end of summer, deep in the heart of the hottest month of the year, Austin holds its Annual Ice Cream Festival. Trust us, you'll want to train at one of these locations to maximize your enjoyment.
The free outdoor production of 'Shrek The Musical' closes it’s six-week run on August 13, so you only have a few performances left. Don't miss out, Austin!
Once upon a time, before Pokémon Go took over the world, there was another game that captured the attention of young gamers.
The adult coloring book trend is showing no signs of slowing down. In fact, a quick search of Amazon yields a result of nearly 30,000 options!
Pokémon Go in Ausitn is still something of a novelty, yet it is already turning our world upside down.
For a taste of why we love them so much, don't miss Riders Against the Storm's third annual RAS Day Festival!
Sorry John Cena fans, it looks like an Austin elementary school will not bear the name of the leader of the Cenation. Nor will it be called Schooly McSchoolerson.
The next generation of Austin musicians are pushing their way into the spotlight, thanks to a great local nonprofit organization and some high profile mentors.
This month we will be decorating birdhouses, with wood burning, paint, etching, and stain. The troop with the best design, wins a free party!
Curator Beverly Adams will moderate a discussion among three artists featured in Fixing Shadows: Luz María Bedoya (Lima), Fernando Castro (Houston), and Pablo Hare (Lima).