These Austin Sisters Are Making a Name for Themselves Within the Local CBD Scene

Many teenagers would probably be perplexed if their parents approved of their involvement with marijuana. However, Shayda and Sydney Torabi’s mom, Jennifer Torabi, was not only for it, but sparked the idea for the sisters’ successful Austin business, Restart CBD.

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Robyn Closes Out ACL Weekend Two With Free-Flowing Love

Swedish sweetheart Robin Carlsson’s, stage name Robyn, career traces back thirty years, but her ability to stick with the times and carve out immersive electro-pop made her a highlight of this year’s Austin City Limits. The 80-minute set closed out the festival on Sunday, transforming the defeated Zilker Park into a dance floor and giving tired listeners a shoulder to lean on. 

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Austin Music Community Unites to Celebrate the Late, Great Daniel Johnston

With three decades of beloved music and a famous mural on the Drag, songwriter and artist Daniel Johnston’s influence on Austin and beyond is undeniable. After his sudden passing in September, a dozen musicians joined at the Mohawk to celebrate his life and remind everyone that “Some Things Last A Long Time.” 

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TC Superstar on the Deluxe Release of "R&D"

A vibrant, young crowd surrounded the stage at the TC Superstar tour kickoff last Saturday, two weeks after the deluxe release of R&D. It may have been ACL weekend, but the venue was still packed with enthusiastic fans who were ready to dance (and maybe cry) to the local collective’s synth tunes. A long time fan myself, I finally had the pleasure of catching up with Connor McCampbell, also known as the Toyata Coralla Superstar, to find out what the deluxe album was all about.

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“True Love Will Find You In the End”: Saying goodbye to Daniel Johnston

In September 2019, Austin lost it’s very own Daniel Johnston, a singer-songwriter and visual artist behind the iconic “Hi, How Are You” mural. At the age of 58, Johnston passed away in his sleep while dealing with health issues close family said.

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Ahead of the Curve: UT students share how they’ve jump-started their careers

For most students, college is a time for self-discovery as they enjoy life before needing to commit to a full-time job. Some students, however, see college as the perfect time to cultivate their careers.

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