The Whiskies of the World Expo gathers the world’s most fascinating distilled spirits along with their makers for an evening of sampling, learning and delicious spirited fun. Enjoy a full buffet dinner, live music, artisanal food pairings, cigars and more. Learn, celebrate, experience!
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The Texas Book Festival hosted an author announcement, poster unveiling, and literary salon featuring James Magnuson on July 23 in The W Austin Residences, at the gorgeous home of Nona Niland.
Hit the road this weekend for a New Mexico True road trip, and say goodbye to summer by exploring a part of New Mexico you've never seen before. Click here to learn more.
"Every year, thousands of ducks, geese and cranes migrate south along the Rio Grande corridor. I used to watch them - until I realized I could join them." - Chris Dahl-Bredine, Photographer & Pilot
On June 18, senior executive editor Brian D. Sweany moderated a panel on whether marijuana can help veterans with PTSD, and if it’s time for Texas to legalize the drug.
The Contemporary Austin's inaugural Art Dinner on May 3 celebrated the new Betty and Edward Marcus Sculpture Park at Laguna Gloria and honored the Edward and Betty Marcus Foundation for its founding gift. Click through for photos.
Texas Monthly and Silverton Custom Homes invited guests to the Texas Monthly Star Home VIP reception at the Parade of Homes Preview Party. Click through to see pics.
Gruene Music & Wine Festival is gearing up for another year! We are excited to welcome wine enthusiasts, music lovers, beer connoisseurs, and anyone who appreciates a great Texas festival to Gruene Historic District during October 9-12. Click here to learn more.
The 2014 Houston Symphony Centennial Ball celebrated the first 100 years of the Houston Symphony and paid tribute to those that support the Houston Symphony. Click for more photos.
At the 2014 TACA Lexus Party on the Green, guests wined and dined at the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek to support the performing arts. Click through to view pics.
Yes, you can relax. But with so much to do, who wants to? With miles of pristine beaches, golfing, birding, fishing, snorkeling, shopping, theater, and museums, you’ll want to experience it all. And then follow up all that activity with a great, fresh seafood meal.