On Amplify Austin Day (March 4-5), our community’s biggest day of giving organized by nonprofit I Live Here I Give Here.
With her griyo and bannan peze recipe, Chef Nahika Hillery offers fresh perspectives to change the Haitian narrative in America.
Inspired by the moon and her love of the theatrical, Florist Leanna Rinaldi conveys a warm, desert-inspired aesthetic in her unique floral designs.
Environmental activism in Central Texas is essential to conserve its biodiversity. Texans like Rae “Purly” Gates and Katherine Romans fight for justice.
With most of the world desperate for live shows, the Long Center offers their Good Vibes Only virtual concert series to fill the void.
Woman To Watch Roll Call featuring the inspiring women leading the charge for social good in local nonprofits.
Meghan Ross finds her voice in comedy and raises it for all women and nonbinary people in the industry, setting the stage for real inclusivity.
The Austin Chronicle’s Editor-in-Chief, Kimberley Jones, recommends five films featuring women stirring up revolutionary trouble.
Karen Evans encourages kids to have an open mind when learning Black history with the online learning platform Outschool.
As Kendra Scott steps down from her role as CEO, her philanthropic efforts step up.
Influencer and Austin native Amber Lee Diamond chats about love, representation and her life-changing experience on MTV’s “Are You The One?”
Whether you’re looking for something safe and fun to do with your bestie, or searching for some socially distanced #seflcare, our Galentine’s Guide has everything you need right here.
Nigerian-American designer Chinyere makes protective headwear fit for all queens. By Brianna Caleri, Photos courtesy…
With Rhae, Rachel Daugherty and Ashley Kriegel are determined to make shopping fun for every body, allowing women to embrace the skin they’re in.
With these tips, you’ll be able to start new holiday traditions that are a little outside the box. Social distancing shouldn’t dampen your holiday spirit!
Nan Blassingame uses fashion to educate people about Native American culture. Through her work she shines a light on Texas’ indigenous culture.
Sweet Pea Delivery delivers healthy, fun and fresh school lunches to the doorsteps of kids stuck at home during the pandemic.
With grains stone milled from Barton Springs Mill, Abby Jane Love reimagines “heritage” with her whole wheat cranberry and pistachio scone.
Siete Foods is reimagining Mexican-American cuisine with their Mini Buñuelo Nachos, a fun spin on a Mexican tradition that’s perfect for the holidays.
Regina Estrada opens up about traditions in the new normal. by Kristi Willis, Photo of…
Since last March, I’ve lived in four different states, five cities, and nine homes. Here are some tips for living a mobile life.
Whether staying home or driving to visit family, there are some things to keep in mind when hitting the road. Here are seven tips for driving this holiday.
There is so much to see and do in Comfort, Texas. Story and photos…
Sponsored Content by Roger Beasley Mazda, Written by Chelsea Bancroft, Photo courtesy of Mazda. Hurricane season…