In the late-90's, something funny happened in Downtown Austin, and that something was Leslie Cochran.
It’s easy to brag on University of Texas students and professors, and now another UT affiliate is making news for something literally out of this world.
We don't know about you, but we cheered crazy hard for the 25 athletes and coaches from the University of Texas who competed in the Rio 2016 Olympics.
The Rio 2016 Olympics might have been hosted in Brazil, but Austin was present throughout the whole affair -- sometimes in unexpected ways!
Austin, meet UT graduate Jessica Jin. Jin is a certified violin instructor, a multi-disciplined athlete, and an accidental community organizer who is going balls-deep to stick it to the man.
Austin filmmaker Andrew Takano is getting plenty of hits on YouTube for his incredible short films featuring Austin’s landscape. His latest is no exception.
Sprinkles, a Los Angeles-based chain, is now coming to Austin via a cupcake dispenser which will be placed at The Domain in North Austin.
Over the past few years, the city of Austin has had to come up with creative ways to make sure its creative and cultural scenes stay a part of the city’s lifestyle.
In the spirit of keeping Austin weird, here are ten events that should definitely be included if anyone ever created an Austin Olympic Games.
With a flourish of ink and a heaping helping of cheese, Mayor Steve Adler proclaimed August 20 as "Quesoff Day," in honor of Austin's love of queso.
Things get a little weirder south of Lady Bird Lake, and that’s just how south Austinites like it. Black Sheep Ranch is one of the reasons why.
It is no secret that Austin highly values its natural spaces and inherent beauty. Austinites regularly take advantage of this lush Texas valley to swim in her greenbelts, play in her woods, and walk near her waters.
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.
Texas has a fair share of athletes at the Olympics, but Austin's share are special to us. In all, 25 current and former Longhorns are doing us proud!
The fans have spoken, and My All American is the movie to watch on Netflix right now, even if you’re not an Austinite or a football fan.
It’s been a long time coming for those who have helped make HOPE Outdoor Gallery such an icon, but the day for them to pack up and move is finally near.
Everyone in Austin seems to be in love with their books. What's with that? Well, science asked that very question, and now we have an answer!
Austinite, citizen-journalist, ACC student, and activist Phillip Turner was driving towards Jarrell, TX, at around 10 p.m. on August 1st when a State Trooper went sailing past him
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!
Considering the popularity of xeriscaped lawns and Plaid Pigeon's friggin' awesome dinosaur planters, it follows that we Austinites are quite enamored with succulents.
Excuses for not voting (besides frustration with the current political landscape) have just dropped tremendously, as Travis County has just made it significantly easier to register to vote.
The Pokémon Go phenomenon has been catching a lot of flack for placing people in potentially dangerous situations. Headlines of Pokémon...
Consuela, one of Austin’s premiere fashion and lifestyle brands, is celebrating their 10 year anniversary this weekend!