Category Archives: Austin Events

Berry Pickin’

Earlier this week we packed up and headed out towards Marble Falls to do some berry pickin’ at Sweet Berry Farms. I’d never been berry picking before and we had just narrowly missed strawberry season. You see, strawberries don’t last long in the Texas heat. But you know what thrives in this ridiculous heat? Blackberries! […]

Austin: Grand Opening of The WonderCraft

The Wondercraft is a new group of crafters that travel around Austin in their refurbished Airstream trailer, teaching classes and spreading the crafting love. Last night they had their grand opening at the Art Pad and Jason, Jude and I decided to go check it out! A few shots of the set up in the […]

Christmas Photos

So really, this was an accidental Christmas photo. Our friends Claire and Chance launched their new company WholeNine at the relaunch of our friend’s restaurant Obee’s a couple weeks ago and our other friends, Elizabeth and James of Vignette Photography, were there with a photo booth. Whew. Lots of friends! Anyways, we stepped into the […]

I was asked to repost some of my blog posts on this cool new website called Check out my first repost! I’ll probably be reposting a few of my favorite recipes posts on there. Any suggestions of your favorites that I’ve suggested to you guys?

Oh Lisa.

So, I did a review of Lisa Hannigan’s debut solo CD Sea Sew awhile back, and then I found out she was going to be at South by Southwest (SXSW). And then I found out, not only is she going to be at SXSW, she was going to play a free show during lunch today. […]

Austin Restaurant Week!

It’s here again! March 1-4 and 8-12, Austin Restaurant Week is a good way to get out and experience three course meals at some of the restaurants that are typically too expensive for your normal budget. Some of the standout restaurants on the list, to me, are: Green Pastures – $25 per person; All of […]

No One Told Me

Peter Nevland is a local Austin poet. I read about him on a Relevant Magazine post the other day and I really enjoyed his reading and thought I would pass it on. This and several other Austin poets make me really want to go to some slams because there is some serious talent here.