Hyde Park has a reputation for being quaint and quirky. With an eclectic assortment of small businesses from bakeries to restaurants to a theatre, Hyde Park lives up to the hype. The neighborhood’s historic streets are full of nooks and crannies to explore, but knowing where to start can be a challenge. Here is your guide to “the musts” in one of Austin’s
“Malevolent” simply isn’t scary. Netflix’s latest horror film, set in 1980s Scotland, turns the tables on a group of scam artists performing staged paranormal investigations. While it has an interesting premise, problems surface far beyond the plot.
While you’re saying your goodbyes to the chicken fried steak at Threadgill’s on West Riverside, start saying your goodbyes to Dolce Vita located in Hyde Park. The two beloved establishments will cease operations by the end of November.
In high school, computer science junior Anthony Moeller entered the social dance world upon his dad’s recommendation. When he came to UT, he feared losing this part of his lifestyle. Thankfully, he found an outlet through Texas Ballroom.
Music festivals aren’t just a time to hear good tunes, but also an opportunity to flaunt the bold and colorful styles that may not be appropriate for class. Austin City Limits brings out some of the best musicians and the best of festival fashion.
Amanda Kramer’s debut feature film “Ladyworld” explores female hysteria and friendships in a refreshing and unsettling way. The Daily Texan sat down with Kramer after the world premiere at Fantastic Fest to talk more about “Ladyworld.”