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New York City-based group Vampire Weekend has scheduled a date on its upcoming tour in Austin, much to the delight of local music fans disappointed by the fact that the popular act did not play a night show while it was in town during ACL Fest this year.
From classic Christmas tales to more off-beat, quirky seasonal fare, theaters all over Central Texas are celebrating the season this year.
Take your seat at the Paramount on Wednesday evening, and get ready for the performers from NYC-based storytelling collective the Moth to spin you some stories.
After dissolving their Philly-based punk group P.S. Eliot in 2011, Allison Crutchfield and Kyle Gilbride moved to Brooklyn and began anew, alongside bassist Keith Spencer and drummer Jeff Bolt.
Notorious party animal Andrew W.K. has Austin next on his list of cities that have been naugty and nice enough to merit a stop along his holiday tour.
Let's face it. You're probably not going to see much (if any) sunshine this Sunday... or Monday, or Tuesday, or Wednesday... But that doesn't mean you have to go stir-crazy around your house or apartment with your heat blasting.
The Austin Children's Museum located at 310 W. Second St. closed earlier this year, but it hasn't said goodbye for good -- it's evolved, and it's hosting its grand opening this chilly, rainy weekend.
Unless you've been living under a rock -- or have already started your winter hibernation -- you've probably surmised it's going to be a cold, rainy weekend.
Time to suit up. Cold weather and a chance of snow (OK, probably sleet or freezing rain, but still) usher in a weekend of holiday revelry, as hordes of bearded, Santa suit-wearing Austinites are set to take to the streets for holiday pub crawls.
Austin's Trail of Lights at Zilker Park, open from 7 to 10 p.m. through Dec. 22, isn't the only place to take the family for dazzling displays of holiday cheer (although it is a good place to start).
Virginia Yapp is the event administrator for Austin360.com, and the voice behind the blog Austin Scoop.