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Reimagining Music
As Austin City Limits gears up for its 40th anniversary (which will start airing in October 2014), the beloved television show is embracing a new medium to reimagine some of ...
Library Lovers Unite
A trio of fresh, young and über-talented writers is coming to town this weekend as part of the Austin Public Library Friends Foundation's New Fiction Confab. This one-day forum ...
Don't Mess With Texas (Monthly)
Editor's note: After publishing this piece, The New York Times ran a corrected version of its article, clarifying that Emmis Communications has not named Jake Silverstein as a co-defendant ...
Broadway in Austin
The 2014 - 15 season of Broadway in Austin will knock your socks off with its variety of classical musical favorites, contemporary masterpieces and screen-to-stage adaptations. Here's a look at ...
Austin Art News
Editor's note: CultureMap is proud to present the latest installment in our partnership with KLRU's documentary series Arts in Context. This unique series celebrates stories about the arts ...
Feast for the Eyes
Our City of the Violet Crown has almost as many art galleries as music venues. In Hanging Around Austin, we showcase the weirdest, most powerful and most interesting shows currently ...
Dream of the '90s
Think back to 1999. If you were a teenager, or at least a pop music fanatic, in the late '90s, what would your dream band have looked like? Maybe someone ...
TM New Editor
After news broke that Texas Monthly Editor in Chief Jake Silverstein would be leaving to take over The Grey Lady herself, The New York Times Magazine, industry insiders began to ...
Editor Shuffle
Texas Monthly editor in chief Jake Silverstein is leaving his post at the prestigious publication for an esteemed role outside of the Lone Star State. On Friday afternoon, the New ...
Clothes Tell the Stories
Editor's note: CultureMap is proud to present the latest installment in our partnership with KLRU's documentary series Arts in Context. This unique series celebrates stories about the arts ...
NYT May Poach One of Our Own
The esteemed editor in chief position at The New York Times Magazine, which has been vacant since Hugo Lindgren was ousted last year, may be filled with a familiar face ...
Prada Marfa's A Little Blue
The famed Prada Marfa was vandalized over the weekend, according to a report by the Big Bend Sentinel. Tourists visiting the West Texas installation on Sunday morning found the side ...
Stores with Stories
Between new literary magazines popping up left and right, local authors rising to fame, and hosting the yearly Texas Book Festival, Austin has officially become a literary hotspot. And like ...
Treasures of a Legend
On March 4-5, Christie’s offers collectors the rare opportunity to procure treasures from the estate of renowned musician Van Cliburn, who died a year ago this week at his ...
Art All Around Us
It may not be obvious to everyone, but our City of the Violet Crown has almost as many art galleries as music venues. In Hanging Around Austin, we showcase the ...
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