The mixer and game night will focus on the importance of creating regional dialogue among cities and municipalities about transportation.
On Nov. 5-6, 290 authors ranging from cookbook writers to celebrities-turned-authors will gather at the Texas State Capitol for a weekend of nearly 150 free panels, book signings, cooking demonstrations, and children’s activities.
The consolidation of San Antonio and Austin into a single statistical “megaregion” offers some obvious appeal to civic boosters and those concerned about future economic growth.
This political season keeps getting stranger.
Donald Trump is holding a rally Tuesday in Austin, his first public event in Texas as the Republican presidential nominee.
Voters rejected Proposition 1 on Saturday, 56% opposed and 44% in favor, marking a defeat for rideshare companies Uber and Lyft.
San Antonio-based Lake/Flato Architects is expanding with a new office in Austin early next year.
Editor’s note: Noted Texan architect and educator David Heymann, the Harwell Hamilton Harris Regents Professor in Architecture at UT-Austin’s School of Architecture, will read from his recent book, My Beautiful City Austin, Wednesday, 6 p.m., at the Twig Bookstore at the Pearl. The following review was originally posted on the Overland Partners blog, Bird’s Eye View.
To be certain, anyone who has ever attended a lecture by David Heymann understands his gift for storytelling.
Another year of South by Southwest has come and gone.
Icy roads and freezing rain couldn’t stop more than 200 people from making their way to the second annual Pollinator PowWow in Austin this weekend.