Late Afternoon Links


The Daily Texan Life and Arts section is happy to complement your afternoon procrastination with a smattering of news from across the cultural spectrum.

We have a really awesome article about the moving South Congress food trailers.

The Harry Ransom Center has Robert De Niro's costume from "Silver Linings Playbook" on display, even though he lost.

The crazy wind outside is breaking things. First victim: the "walk" sign on Dean Keeton Street and Whitis Avenue.

People are trying to bring back Tumblr. We weren't really sure that it had ever left, but I guess it wasn't being used well for journalism or something?

Here's the only unique article about "Girls" to be produced in months. Here's a story about why "Girls" is important to fiction and how it changes the way we enjoy and think about stories.

Are there realistic role models for working mothers?

Here's Jennifer Lawrence meeting Jack Nicholson. "I love all of your movies." – How cute. She kind of freaks out which is obviously adorable.

Ang Lee went straight for the In-N-Out Burger...with his Oscar.

Here's a little-known documentary of Ray Bradbury talking about being a writer.