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Community First!

Alamo Drafthouse opening its first outdoor cinema in local homeless community

By Shelley Seale

Local nonprofit Mobile Loaves & Fishes has long been known for its innovative work with the city's homeless community while the Alamo Drafthouse has become one of Austin's favorite ...

West Texas Weekends

Lou Lambert's Big City Camp Cooking weekends offer an immersive West Texas experience

By Shelley Seale

We know that Marfa is a high-desert oasis for the creatively minded. And while the artsy West Texas town serves as inspiration for artists, writers and designers from around the globe, its her ...

JAK'ed Up Thanksgiving

60 pies and counting: Jack Allen's Kitchen feeds hundreds and aids Community First! homeless village

By Veronica Meewes

“Sixty large turkeys, 24 bone in spiral hams, 250 pounds of potatoes, 50 pounds of green beans, 20 pounds of neck bone and giblet gravy, six gallons of cranberry and 60 blondie and pumpkin pe ...

Everything's Cooler in Marfa

The coolest small town in Texas lures big names to Trans-Pecos Festival of Music & Love

By Shelley Seale

Marfa could have been like any of the hundreds of tiny Texas towns that no one has ever heard of, relegated to dying a slow death while young people fled in droves. Lucky for us, it was destined fo ...

Design in Nature

Hijo: A Marf-ican inspired garden shop from JM Dry Goods

By Caitlin M. Ryan

Living in Marfa for 18 months as a film costumer married to a fabricator — one who was integral to the design and construction of Liz Lambert's famed El Cosmico, no less — is a sure ...

West Texas Vacay

Marfa getaway: Camp and cook with chef Lou Lambert at trailer-chic El Cosmico

By Austin Morton

Sleeping in a tent? Cooking all of your meals outdoors? No, it’s not summer camp; it’s a weekend in Marfa with the Lambert siblings. The brother-sister and, respectively, chef-hotel ...

Inner City Sanctums

Shelter for the Soul: Jack Sanders of Design Build Adventure talks good design, summer camp and the Sandlot way of life

By Ramona Flume

Every day, Jack Sanders owner and founder of the full-service East Austin design company Design Build Adventure, is outside working on some sort of design or construction project under the sha ...

Inner City Sanctums

Jackie Young and the effervescent spirit of Hotel San Jose

By Ramona Flume

Tastemaker. It's a role that sounds as enigmatic and unattainable as a shaman or Willy Wonka to most people, but can inevitably be found in every walk of life and time period.  ...

otherworldly escapes

El Cosmico offers a mystical disconnect for modern day travelers

By Ramona Flume

Something happens to you in the West Texas desert. Anyone who has driven through the tiny towns of Marathon or Marfa or explored Big Bend National Park can attest to that.  ...

drink up

The Inaugural San Antonio Cocktail Conference: A toast to the future of Texas' spirits

By Nicole Carbon

The buzz about the inaugural San Antonio Cocktail Conference started weeks before the actual event. While seated at the bar at Peché on a recent weekend night, the gentle ...

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