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Past articles by Emily:

New ‘Halloween’ — and Jamie Lee Curtis — slashing into Austin’s Fantastic Fest

Fantastic Fest has scored the U.S. premiere of the most anticipated horror movie of the season. → Read More

Five places that are actually hotter than Austin today

Listen, folks: It’s Austin. It’s July. IT IS GOING TO BE HOT. → Read More

WATCH: Austin artist creates colorful grackle mural as part of Capital Metro project

Heat, beeping buses and squawking real-life grackles couldn’t keep artist Christy Stallop from... → Read More

Summer reading list: Books we’re rescuing from the shelf

Find some literary inspiration for your own summer reading challenge, from new releases to old favorites. → Read More

Get to know the founders of Austin’s Indie Meme Film Festival

The third annual Indie Meme Film Festival -- a celebration of South Asian cinema -- opens April 19... → Read More

Austin theater review: ‘Noises Off’ at City Theatre

Michael Frayn’s 1982 play "Noises Off" is perhaps the most-produced English-language farce, popular with professional and community theaters across the United States and the United Kingdom. → Read More

Think Valentine’s Day sucks? House of Torment has a vampire-themed haunted house for you

Austin’s House of Torment is adding some vampires your Valentine's Day with “Love Bites: A Valentine’s Day Haunted House.” → Read More

Austin choreographer of trash truck dance gets national recognition

Forklift Danceworks co-founder and artistic director Allison Orr -- known for her creative productions that use everyday performers in unexpected spaces -- is one of 45 artists and creators from across the country to be named 2018 fellows by the Chicago-based United States Artists. → Read More

This giant Willie Nelson nutcracker is perfect for your holiday photo ops

Sure, you could get a photo of your kid/dog/self with Santa this year, just like everyone else. → Read More

Holiday events that will get your season started right away

Here’s a look at some of the places where you can get in the holiday spirit in and around Austin before the calendar turns to December. → Read More

Halloween in Austin: Where to watch scary movies

Find special screenings of scary movies all over Austin in October. → Read More

Halloween costumes in Austin: We want your pet and kid photos

We're looking for photos of your favorite kids and pets in Halloween costumes. → Read More

How to save money on tickets for ‘Rent’ in Austin

Broadway hit "Rent" is coming to Bass Concert Hall for a short run Oct. 13-15, and you can score a great ticket for not a lot of dough. Seats in the first two rows of the orchestra section of every performance will be available for $25. → Read More

Halloween in Austin: Where to find scary plays and comedy shows

Check out these Halloween-themed theater, comedy and musical performances coming up in October. → Read More

Halloween in Austin: Where to find pumpkin patches, haunted houses

You can feel the Halloween spirit all through October with pumpkin patches, haunted houses and more in Austin. → Read More

WATCH: Taylor Kitsch is cult leader David Koresh in ‘Waco’ trailer

Taylor Kitsch stars as cult leader David Koresh in “Waco,” a six-part series coming to the Paramount Network in 2018. → Read More

Watch: Pennywise from ‘It’ dancing to pop music may make you reconsider your clown phobia

Twitter users are setting a scene from "It" to different pop tunes, and the results are hilarious (but still a bit terrifying). → Read More

Puppets, shadows and live music combine for low-fi Long Center show

Chicago-based theater troupe Manual Cinema brings its unusual brand of artistic expression to the Lo... → Read More

Find out when the Trail of Lights will return to Zilker Park for 2017

Sure, we haven’t even made it to Halloween, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start... → Read More

Scared of clowns? You might want to avoid the Alamo Drafthouse this weekend

Remember the Great Clown Scare of 2016? → Read More