Community events + the I-35 Series = Spurs Week. The San Antonio Spurs are bringing the party to Austin with dozens of events, community enrichment, and activations.
This extra day is added to the calendar every four years to keep it synchronized with the Earth’s revolutions around the sun, so we want to know what you’re going to do with the extra time.
We’re giving you the 4-1-1 on this annual event that features a ProRodeo, carnival, and classic fair fun.
Amplify Austin Day is considered one of Central Texas’ largest giving events — here’s what you need to know to maximize your impact.
Lifting weights, indoor rock climbing, personal training, dance fitness, boxing classes, and martial arts programs — we’ve rounded up 34 gyms and fitness offerings around Austin.
The 2024 Texas Travel Awards honored a host of attractions in Central Texas, so don’t miss this vacation-worthy spots that are an hour or less from ATX.
Check out these brunch restaurants, cafes, and diners in town, serving a variety of egg dishes, mimosas, micheladas, and more.
From making sandwiches with feet to raising the oldest cat alive, Austinites are a talented bunch.
We asked readers to share the closed Austin businesses they miss the most, so for the sake of nostalgia, we’re sharing their stories to keep the memory alive.
Before you head to Q2 Stadium, get to know the new players on the pitch.
Let’s party, Austin.
“The spirit of the ‘Dillo is still alive today,” according to Austin FC Minister of Culture Matthew McConaughey, as the sports team and iconic venue join forces.
We asked Preservation Austin Executive Director Lindsey Derrington to talk about what will make this year’s Homes Tour special.
Playground ATX’s ZiNG! Wine Workshop will help you understand how to break down wine based on its structure for optimal food pairing.
History exists in more than just books — these local resources will show you the impacts of Black Austinites across our city.
At least 104 Austin-based bands, musicians, and DJs will hit the stage at the upcoming SXSW 2024 festival. We’ve got a guide to all the locals you can jam out to this March.
The local flower boutique sells flowers that are painted by hand to give petals a “whole different personality” and create a unique gift.
Average daily walking trips dropped by 36% in the US between 2019 and 2022 — see how Austin compares.
The fair, which puts thousands of art pieces under one roof, is making its Texas debut while sharing art from local and international artists.
Shop Valentine’s Day chocolates, couple’s games, cookware, candles, and fuzzy socks to spread the love.
We want to make it a bit easier to make your Valentine’s Day plans, so we rounded up a few specials to keep in mind before the big day rolls around.
Cast your vote on your favorite 2023 photos submitted by readers.
Rethink the way you shop and consume with custom-made fashion made with items you love to perfectly fit your style and body type.
The annual summer music series will not be held at Zilker Park this year.
Locals have been relaxing at Barton Springs Pool for more than a thousand years, dating back to Native American settlers.
Try a Dry January mocktail at one of 11 participating venues in support of the mental health awareness and the SIMS Foundation.
Help us put our city on the map by submitting your love stories.
UT lost the 2024 College Football Playoff Semifinal. Now, ATXtoday is paying the price in the form of goodies.
We spoke with the 12-year chancellor of Austin Community College and education enthusiast, who will receive his award in February.
The sixth annual local holiday pays tribute to local artist Daniel Johnston through live music, kind conversations, and a fundraiser in support of mental health.
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