Horrible music, incredible wait times and an inscrutable labyrinth of phone prompts: We’ve all experienced the frustrations of being on hold. Even when we’re on hold for a minute or so, blood pressure can spike when an automated voice answers the phone.
There are no state laws that address e-cigarettes in Texas, so regulation is largely left up to individual cities. Cities in the Austin area vary widely in their regulation e-cigarettes.
The original artists behind two iconic murals in West Campus are restoring their work after the murals were defaced with graffiti. But the costly repairs to the University Co-op mural could be delayed, due to a steep price tag.
The owner of a spa in McAllen, Texas, was arrested in March after she allegedly gave her clients butt injections of liquid silicone.
Since he left office, former President George W. Bush has devoted part of his free time to painting – everything from his dog Barney to self-portraits. A year after a hacker revealed some of his works-in-progress, Bush had his first real art show Friday at the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum in Dallas.
One of the victims of the car crash into South by Southwest crowds is now in the rehab stage of her recovery.
Mason Endres can now hop on one leg and push herself in a wheelchair. But she’s still learning to walk again.
A new museum is getting ready to open in Austin, but this one doesn’t focus on art or state history. This one is all about toys.
A group of Austin collectors are creating a home to display vintage toys, ranging from the 1900s to the 1980s.
These days restaurants are spending obscene amounts of money on limes. Think about what that means for Mexican food alone: limes are used in practically everything, from margaritas to ceviche to guacamole.
Questions raised by this year’s South by Southwest festival and conference aren’t restricted to think pieces: The Austin City Council is now asking for “a full post-event evaluation” of the ever-growing event.
Tyler Okonma, who performs as Tyler, the Creator, was arrested and charged with “Riot - Class A misdemeanor.” Police released a video of Okonma telling fans outside of his show Thursday at the Scoot Inn to push past security personnel that were keeping them out of the venue.
Two people are dead and nearly two dozen are injured after Austin Police say a car plowed through South by Southwest crowds in Downtown Austin early this morning. The collisions took place along Red River Street near The Mohawk, a popular SXSW venue.
Visiting Austin for SXSW? Don’t sound like an out-of-towner.