Keep Austin Weird
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.
Pokémon Go madness is taking over our city more and more every day, and now we know who to blame.
Pokémon Go in Ausitn is still something of a novelty, yet it is already turning our world upside down.
Thinking about moving to Austin, Texas? It can be an expensive prospect for millennials, and a new study in Zillow really breaks it down.
So, this is awesome -- Oscar-winning actor Matthew McConaughey is teaching a film class at UT Austin!
Have you ever watched a movie with a burly blacksmith pounding out molten steel into a sword and thought, ”OH, YES... I want to freakin’ do that"?
Poker may not still hold the mainstream popularity that it once did, but there is still a significant group of people who participate in this hobby/sport.
Did you know that Austin is having an identity crisis? Austin is trying to decide what kind of city it wants...
“Keep Austin Weird” is more than just a motto that Portland stole from us, it’s a way of life. And a marketing tool. And a popular hashtag. And, also, a festival!
In what may have been some sort of Renaissance fair hazing ritual (not really, but we can dream), 20 year-old Simon Austin was arrested around 4 p.m. Saturday on East Riverside Drive near downtown.
Some super jerk has been lurking the streets of Austin, stealing knowledge and adventure from those who seek to escape into a world unlike their own.
Austin has the proud distinction of being placed on a new “best of” or “top 10” list nearly every week.
It’s no secret that Austin is blessed with amazing food trucks. But how many of those trucks are run by...
If you want to get to know more about Austin’s comedy scene but have an aversion to being around other humans, you’ll want to check out the new PBS series “Stand Up Empire.”
For any fans of Joss Whedon’s big and little screen heroine Buffy Summers, that quote can stir up some serious emotions.
If some of the streets and landmarks on Spike TV’s season 29 premiere of “COPS” (29 seasons?!?!) looks familiar, it’s because the show finally filmed in Austin for the first time.