The Daily Texan made a map of some of the city's most historic music venues. From Stevie Ray Vaughn’s spontaneous 3 a.m. performances to Hank William’s last song, Austin’s music scene has heard it all. Although a few venues have closed down, Austinites can still experience music history at several sites throughout the city.
It seems that every year, cities across America are adding "music festival" to their list of tourist attractions. If you've got a free weekend, a couple hundred dollars and a reliable road-tripping car, head with your friends to the nearest music festival. But first, check out 15 of the most anticipated festivals of the summer.
Texas senators and representatives will continue filing bills for the 84th legislative session until March 13. Many of these bills pertain to higher education. This interactive map and database show these higher education bills and the legislators who filed them.
The Daily Texan made a map of some of the city’s most iconic cinematic locations. From the retro bowling alley featured in Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood” to the Texas State Capitol, featured in “Spy Kids 2,” these locations remain largely unchanged. Looking for something to do this weekend? Hop in your car and follow this map from one Austin landmark to the next.
Seventy-five candidates filed to run in this year's campus-wide elections. Candidates began campaigning Feb. 18, and students can vote on March 4 and 5. Check out the candidates' information and campaign platforms on this interactive database.