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The sun shines in the background casting light over a wild plant at Purgatory Creek Natural Area.

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Six Great Nature Spots in San Marcos and Austin

By Autumn McGowan Web Content Assistant Manager The weather is finally warming up, the green is returning to the trees and summer is well on its way. This means we can finally start to enjoy time outside and soak up the sunshine. Thankfully, living in San Marcos and near Austin means there are no shortages of charming nature spots to spend the day with a group of friends or even […]

todayApril 6, 2022 36 1

Up close image of the band Bon Iver in a large concert venue. There is a drummer, singer playing the guitar, and another performer playing the bass behind a layered keyboard. They are each surrounded by diamond diagonal lighted blue and orange light structures. Each structure consists of individual bars of light connected at points in the air and on the ground. Above the band is a square structure with double lined orange lights. Individual lights are facing the stage between the two light beams around the square. The bottom of the photogram has many people's heads as they watch the show.

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Concert Review: Bon Iver

By Clara Blankenship Music Journalist My concert bucket list is extremely long. I started it in middle school, so it fittingly features a strange assortment of artists and bands. It's ambitious, and I probably won't get to see most of the artists I have written down. However, this weekend, I was able to cross off a band that has always been at the top of my list: Bon Iver. Bon […]

todayApril 5, 2022 1141

Events

Boy Harsher and Drab Majesty Show Review

By Samantha Oesch Music Journalist Boy Harsher and Drab Majesty bodied their officially sold-out, jam-packed Levitation show on Thursday, October 28th, at Empire Control Room & Garage. Supporting acts included No Joy, Nation of Language, Rosegarden Funeral Party, Public Practice and Vacant Lots. Empire Control Room & Garage had the show split in between two stages: Nation of Language, Drab Majesty and Boy Harsher performed outside on the big stage […]

todayNovember 1, 2021 71

A crowd gathered, holding signs at the bottom of the picture in front of the Texas Capitol building while participating in the women's march. 

Events

My First Women’s March

By Lea Mercado Web Content Assistant Manager On Oct. 2, thousands rallied at the Austin Capitol building to participate in this year's Women's March. The rally, which Women's March ATX organized, was intended as a response to Texas' recent legislation that enforces a near-total ban on abortions in the state. While the 2021 Women's March was crucial for many, it was a first for me. Growing up, I always marveled […]

todayOctober 27, 2021 17 1

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Kingdom Nightclub: Austin’s Underground Shrine

By Claire Hansen Blog Content Contributor Hidden in an alleyway off Fifth Street is a one-of-a-kind nightclub called Kingdom. If it weren’t for the small sign out front, you seriously wouldn’t have any idea it was there. However, the thumping bass that comes from inside draws crowds from all over the country. If electronic music is your jive and you haven’t checked this place out, here’s a rundown of everything […]

todayApril 20, 2018 90

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Living Art: Why the Demolition of Graffiti Park is Problematic

By Hannah Alvarado Blog Content Contributor If you’ve ever been to Texas, chances are you’ve visited 1012 Baylor St. in Austin, Texas. A once-large landmass that stood as cement ruins, abandoned, overgrown and quite the eyesore--until the 2011 South By Southwest event, when those ruins first evolved into the beautiful living art installment that remains fondly in many of our hearts. Graffiti Park, or “Hope Gallery” as is the area’s […]

todayMarch 9, 2018 392

Events

MR Fest Artist Profile: Comforter

By Ashley Galvan Music Journalist Looking for a good band to listen to when you are basking in the summer sun? If so, Comforter is definitely the band you need to be jamming out to. With their contemplative instrumental riffs, Comforter gives their listeners a taste of that glo­-fi melody in their tunes. The Austin­-based band is playing their solo album To­Go for those who are attending MR Fest in April […]

todayApril 27, 2016 81

News

2015 Texas Tribune Festival Keynotes Talk Respect in Politics

KTSW News Department The 2015 Texas Tribune festival was held this weekend, where a variety of speakers shone spotlights on different panels and sessions that took place. Topics such as higher education, environment, transportation and more were covered. However, the crowds grew largest at the Special Events, National and State keynotes that took place throughout the weekend. The Festival kicked off Friday evening, featuring a Special Event one-on-one with Texas Lieutenant […]

todayOctober 19, 2015 8

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Texas State Warns of Possible Threats

KTSW News The Texas State University Police Department is responding to inquires regarding threatening posts on the internet. Last night, at approximately 11:00 p.m., Texas State sent a timely warning to students, faculty and staff regarding "menacing posts" being reported on multiple social media sites. One post warned students attending school in the Austin area. Texas State's UPD, the University of Texas Police Department and St. Edwards Police Department are […]

todayOctober 6, 2015 4

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