Downtown Austin's 2014 St. Patrick's Day festivities will be officially celebrated on Monday, March 17. If Monday doesn't work for your schedule, never fear, all three of these great downtown businesses are planning to get the St.
The Project Connect: North Corridor study team has unveiled plans for the future of transit in the rapidly growing North Corridor.
Are you attending SXSW? Or looking for a place to enjoy the festival in a comfortable setting? Then look no further than St. David's Episcopal Church: your SXSW Sanctuary! For the seventh year, St. David's will be an official venue for the SXSW music festival.
315 Congress is the newest location to get infused with the “Tribe” effect. Tribe for the Masses showcases and sells the work of emerging and independent artists and designers from around the world. Art, accessories, cloth
Stages are going up, downtown Austin is transforming, and hundreds of thousands of visitors are about to descend on our city. The 28th Annual SXSW will kick-off this Friday, March 7 and run through Sunday, March 16.
As reported last week by Joe Lanane of Community Impact News, a traffic “crisis” threatens an otherwise strong wave of momentum in the city of Austin, Mayor Lee Leffingwell said Feb. 25 during his final State of the City Address.
The University of Texas System is moving ahead with a plan to consolidate UT System offices, currently located in five antiquated buildings, into a modern, highly-efficient office building on property already owned by UT System on 7th Street between Lavaca and Colorado streets in downt
During an awards ceremony at last week's Austin chapter ULI Breakfast, the Royal Blue Parklet was honored with the 2013 Award of Distinction for Public Impact.
UT Opportunity Forum and HousingWorks Austin are hosting a forum: HOUSING + TRANSIT: Getting on Track in Austin on Friday, April 4 from 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. at the LBJ School of Public Affairs, Bass Lecture Hall, Room 2.104
On Ash Wednesday, March 5, priests from St. David’s Episcopal Church will offer ashes to busy commuters and others who may not have the time, or the initial inclination, to observe this day.
SXSW 2014 is just around the corner, and Capital Metro is encouraging the community to save money, time and reduce stress by riding public transportation during the 10-day festival, which runs March 7-16.
The interactive art project Before I die… invites people of all ages to share their personal aspirations in a public space. New Orleans–based artist Candy Chang created the original wall on an abandoned house in her neighborhood, inspired by the grief of losing a loved one.