Among the hundreds of people that came to Austin to testify in opposition of Senate Bill 4 on Thursday was San Antonio Police Chief William McManus.
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.