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UT students spend the summer performing at Shakespeare at Winedale

August 3, 2015

Out in the Texas countryside, in a quiet 19th century barn, birds chirp and trees rustle as a group of UT students perform Shakespearean plays into the midsummer night.  UT’s year-long Shakespeare...

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Stay active with these places to workout daily in Austin

July 24, 2015

With the blazing heat and lazy summer days, motivation to stay fit is quickly melting away. Whether it’s eating a juicy watermelon after a pick-up game of volleyball or sharing a cold pitcher of...

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Spider House hosts Spider Hitched! marriage equality ceremony

July 17, 2015

When news of same-sex marriage spread across Austin, Spider House Cafe immediately began planning wedding ceremonies, ordering rainbow-themed party favors and recruiting drag queens for flower girls. In...

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Austin Chamber Music Festival hosts musicians from around the world

July 11, 2015

From classical compositions to indie-rock songs, sounds of cellos, violins and drums echo throughout the city as world-class musicians take the stage at this year’s 19th Annual Austin Chamber Music...

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UT alumnus ‘Austin Van Gogh’ encourages creativity through project ArtTree

July 5, 2015

When UT alumnus James Forrest isn’t in his law office sifting through court cases, he’s traveling city streets as “Austin Van Gogh” with Sharpies and paper in hand. Forrest adopted...

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UT alumni host benefit for Nepal earthquake victims at Austin Beer Garden Brewing Company

June 25, 2015

Austinites can drink craft beer, have their minds read and bid on festival tickets at Austin Beer Garden Brewing Company’s benefit for Nepal on Thursday night. UT alumnus Mark Jensen, co-owner at...

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UT alumnus aims to create community at Texas Rowing Center

June 20, 2015

On most sunny afternoons, hundreds of multi-colored stand-up paddle boards float across Lady Bird Lake as the Texas Rowing Center’s synchronized rowers zip past them. Since UT alumnus Matt Knifton...