Austin | Dallas | Houston
Sort By:   Most Recent  |  Most Relevant
Search within
Search Type:

9 Results. Showing to
Page 1 of 1
Refine By:   Events (5)   Lists (0)   News (3)   Places (1)

Read Local

What to read right now: Elizabeth Crook on her new novel and books every Texan should read

By Sofia Sokolove

On a Tuesday evening in late May, at the kickoff event for the 2014 Mayor’s Book Club, Austin novelist Elizabeth Crook, said very sweetly in her slight Texas-twang, “I wasn&rs ...

Austin Public Library presents: America's Music Series

Austin Public Library - Terrazas Branch

The Terrazas Branch of Austin Public Library hosts a six week long, weekly series featuring documentary film screenings and scholar-led discussions of 20th century American popular music. The serie

Austin Public Library - Terrazas Branch

East Austin public library

1105 E. Cesar Chavez St.
Austin, TX 78702

Film screening: Bernie

In small-town Texas, the local mortician strikes up a friendship with a wealthy widow, though when he kills her, he goes to great lengths to create the illusion that she's alive. Weeknight

culturemap interview

True Confessions and tough love: A conversation with Illumine Award-winning author Sarah Bird

By Amy Gentry

Novelist Sarah Bird credits the Austin Public Library with saving her from a fate worse than death. The year was 1973. Bird had followed her boyfriend to Austin, and then watched helplessly as ...

Meet the Candidates: Austin's Town Hall Meeting

Join your friends, neighbors, and candidates in your area in a moderated town hall meeting October 28th from 2:30-5:00PM at the Manchaca Branch of the Austin Public Library. This could be your

just visiting

New Fiction Confab brings four amazing authors to Austin

By Amy Gentry

When I met novelist Peter Orner, the first thing he asked me was where Austin was, exactly, in Texas. (“Central,” I said. “If you want to be fancy you can say ‘the hill coun ...

Austin Public Library Friends Foundation presents: Illumine 2011

Hilton Downtown Austin

The Austin Public Library Friends Foundation (Library Foundation)—established to increase private support for the Austin Public Library’s collections, programs and facilities—will

Extra Credit with rag & bone: Co-ed looks for guys and gals

By George

Jaclyn Burney and Jeremy Siler are representatives of clothing line, rag & bone. They welcome everyone to gain exclusive access to an expanded selection of pieces from their latest collection.

9 Results. Showing to
Page 1 of 1
Refine By:   Events (5)   Lists (0)   News (3)   Places (1)
Get Our Emails

Daily Digest

The Dining Report

Promo Alerts

We will not share or sell your email address