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Blood Over Texas connects horror community through local events
November 28, 2015
At Sunday’s “Horror for the Holidays” market, shoppers can swap out their typical photo with jolly old Saint Nick at the mall for a sentimental snapshot on evil Santa's lap.
UT alumnus captures life of local music legend Doug Sahm in film
November 19, 2015
During Joe Nick Patoski’s many decades as a journalist capturing the lives of Texas legends such as Selena and Willie Nelson, the UT alumnus feared that one story would get away.
Biochemistry doctoral student bridges arts and sciences with Bearcat Zine
November 12, 2015
Biochemistry doctoral student Amanda Vaughn balances her time between growing mutated rats, performing with her scientifically named shoegaze band Telomere, making zines and spending summers in China performing outreach for her research lab.
Five female-centered comics and graphic novels to diversify your reading list
November 9, 2015
Through various mediums and storytelling styles, the writers and illustrators of these works create honest, powerful female narratives.
Andrew Jackson Jihad frontman Sean Bonnette discusses songwriting, life changes
November 6, 2015
Inspired by skate tricks and inside jokes, Andrew Jackson Jihad lyrics are often existential, sometimes political and other times self-deprecating.
Online favorite Alex G chats about new album
November 6, 2015
Alex Giannascoli, who makes music under the pseudonym Alex G, was regarded over the past few years as the Internet’s best-kept secret.
Electro-pop Reptar discusses home roots, most recent album
October 29, 2015
Borrowing their name from the green T. Rex in the animated show “Rugrats,” the band Reptar creates electronic indie-pop grooves incorporating dissonant sounds and '80s influences.
UT alumni host "Gilmore Girls"-centric podcast amid series revival
October 22, 2015
When news of a Gilmore Girls Netflix revival hit the Internet earlier this week, many fans offered praise and congratulations to UT alumni Kevin T. Porter and Demi Adejuyigbe.
'He Named Me Malala' focuses on family bonds of teen activist
October 7, 2015
Malala Yousafzai’s story captivated the world in 2012, when the Taliban shot her in the head as punishment for speaking out against the ban on female education. Since her recovery, she’s become a global leader in education equality.
Professor publishes book on classical Mexican cinema
September 23, 2015
When radio-television-film professor Charles Ramírez Berg went searching for books analyzing Mexican cinema, and he couldn’t find any, he decided to publish one of his own.
Merdurhaus Records champions local Austin bands
September 8, 2015
On a muggy Wednesday night at Seventh Street’s Holy Mountain, local band Hovvdy took a break in their set to give special mention to Phil Hutchinson of Merdurhaus Records.