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Opera for All

Austin Opera debuts new name, new show and new art installation at the Long Center

By Sofia Sokolove

On a recent Saturday night along the south shore of Lady Bird Lake near Riverside Drive, an eclectic crowd shuffled together toward two very different live music experiences. A bearded skateboarder ...


Links We Love

Shake It Off aerobics, Rick Ross praises pears and more links we love right now

By Claire St. Amant

Editor's note: There's so much that's beautiful, funny, smart and informative on the Internet. Problem is, there's also a bunch of garbage. Here's the best of the web right now. ...


One-Man Tour de Force

Jake Gyllenhaal is at his creepy best in Nightcrawler

By Alex Bentley

With both of his parents, not to mention his sister, involved in filmmaking, Jake Gyllenhaal has every reason to live off his name and make easy, unremarkable movies. Instead, except for a couple o ...


Alton Brown's Antics

Food Network star Alton Brown does what he can't do on TV during Texas tour stop

By Eric Sandler

Why did an almost sold-out crowd of Dallasites fill the Majestic Theatre twice on Sunday to see Food Network star Alton Brown? What could they possibly see in two hours that 200-plus episodes of Go ...


The CultureMap Interview

Ahead of Austin appearance, Jim Gaffigan talks Texas cuisine, gluttony and why mean comedy sucks

By Dixon Milner

A little more than a decade ago, stand-up comic, actor and writer Jim Gaffigan caught the attention of audiences with hilarious observations, voices and viewpoints on life in America. His smash suc ...


Yet Another War Movie

Fury suffers from war fatigue with same old movie tropes

By Alex Bentley

If someone is going to make a movie about World War II, he had better have a strong reason for doing so. Definitive movies about the Holocaust, military conquests and other aspects have already bee ...


Snow In Texas

$215 million resort will bring world's longest indoor ski run to Texas

By Claire St. Amant

If all goes according to plan, the Dallas suburb of Grand Prairie will have a grand new addition in 2018. Dubbed The Grand Alps, the $215 million development is an indoor ski resort and hotel that ...


Diamond in ATX

Neil Diamond says "Hello Again" to Austin with first concert tour in six years

By Alex Bentley

It's been six long years, but music icon Neil Diamond is finally going out on tour again in 2015, including a stop at the Frank Erwin Center on April 19. The Neil Diamond Tour 2015 will vis ...


Action Hero Time

Even Denzel Washington can't rescue The Equalizer from cheesy thriller fate

By Alex Bentley

Denzel Washington has taken a long and winding road to becoming an action star. He nearly started out as a perennial Oscar contender in the 1980s, and it wasn’t until 2001’s Training Da ...


Links We Love

Taylor Swift lip dub, Jimmy Fallon turns 40 and more links we love

By Claire St. Amant

Editor's note: There's so much that's beautiful, funny, smart and informative on the Internet. Problem is, there's also a bunch of garbage. Here's the best of the web right ...


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