Keep Austin Weird
This past weekend on both Saturday and Sunday, four Austin-area businesses were robbed at gunpoint by an unidentified woman.
Christian and Aly Pickersgill, also known as The Hipster Gypsies, recently stopped through Austin and fell utterly in love with the city. Here's what they did, so you can too!
On September 14, Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” aired a segment featuring Roy Wood Jr. as he visited UT to uncover the ongoing drama between...
Former Texas Governor Rick Perry made his anticipated debut on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars" Monday night, and it didn't go down so well.
In preparation for Fantastic Fest, Alamo Drafthouse’s annual film festival of the strange, they’ve put out a call to action that will keep everyone entertained.
There is a hanging car sticking out of a parking garage in downtown Austin just blocks from the Frost Tower, and nobody is quite sure how it got there.
Austinites noticed a very odd thing happening to their dogs recently. After visits to Zilker Park, they were literally turning green! Here's why...
At the base of the UT tower, around 400 people congregated on Wednesday for a "Cocks Not Glocks" protest against so-called "campus carry."
A note recently left on a Car2Go in Austin has local Redditors up in arms with a heated discussion about parking an a-hole. You'll want to read this.
In the late-90's, something funny happened in Downtown Austin, and that something was Leslie Cochran.
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.
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.
With Austin's 26th Annual Hot Sauce Festival coming up, the Austin Chronicle decided to make this year's press release one to remember.
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.
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
Considering the popularity of xeriscaped lawns and Plaid Pigeon's friggin' awesome dinosaur planters, it follows that we Austinites are quite enamored with succulents.
The Pokémon Go phenomenon has been catching a lot of flack for placing people in potentially dangerous situations. Headlines of Pokémon...
This itinerary will take you through some of Austin’s most upscale Sunday spots for drinks, dining, and leisure. Ready? Let's go!
Ask most people how they feel about bats and you'll probably receive overwhelmingly negative replies. Fact is, most folks think bats are ugly, gross, creepy, smelly, and dangerous. None of these are true, as most Austinites can tell you.
Not all heroes wear capes, especially in the middle of the summer in Texas. This Central Texas man managed to save a baby deer and win over the hearts of a few local ladies when he jumped into Lake Buchanan to save this struggling fawn.
A man has allegedly been posing as Pit Master of Franklin BBQ to scam rideshare drivers into giving him free rides in exchange for a later-day hook-up.
Austin is nothing if not full of wonderful artists, and we love when they get big opportunities to shine.