Teatro Vivo Produces La Pastorela: A Bilingual Comedy The Whole Family Can Enjoy

Directed by Rupert Reyes  Get ready to laugh and celebrate Hispanic culture this December 3-20 at the Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center Teatro Vivo presents “La Pastorela” December 3 through 20, Thursdays through Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. at the Emma S.Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center located at 600 River Street in Austin, Texas. The traditional play, an adaptation … Continue reading Teatro Vivo Produces La Pastorela: A Bilingual Comedy The Whole Family Can Enjoy

Zumbathon Fundraiser to help in Disaster Relief Efforts

By Liz Lopez The storms that hit Central Texas on the morning of October 30th caused extensive damage to many homes. In efforts to help those in need, the Hispanic Women’s Network of Texas – Austin chapter in collaboration with the Austin Disaster Relief Network, is hosting a Zumbathon Fundraiser to help those families and individuals that were affected. Get your workout gear and join … Continue reading Zumbathon Fundraiser to help in Disaster Relief Efforts

Women of the Moose 2nd Annual Christmas Bazaar this Saturday!

By Liz Lopez The Women of the Moose is host to the 2nd Annual Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, November 14, from  8 am-4 pm. They will be having a Santa hour for the children and a few other attractions. The event is open to the public and families are welcome to attend have a fun afternoon at the Austin Moose Lodge 1735, located at 2103 … Continue reading Women of the Moose 2nd Annual Christmas Bazaar this Saturday!

Hays Veteran’s Music Fest

We invite you to join us at the Hays Veterans Music Fest on November 7 & 8th at Gregg-Clarke Park 1300 W. Center Street Kyle Texas 78640. The event is free and everyone is welcome. The Hays Veterans MusicFest offers variety of foods from some of the best local food vendors and an array of eclectic merchant vendors, games, prizes, a train ride throughout the … Continue reading Hays Veteran’s Music Fest

Miss You Already

By Liz Lopez Rating B The eight days of the Austin Film Festival wrapped this week and among the multiple films were sixteen in the Marquee Features category. On the second day of the festival, director/executive producer,  Catherine Hardwicke (Twilight, Thirteen, Lords Of Dogtown) was to be in attendance at the Austin Film Festival for her new film Miss You Already, but had to cancel … Continue reading Miss You Already

Round Rock Dia de los Muertos this weekend!

Join City of Round Rock City in the Procession/Parade for Dia De Los Muertos on Saturday, November 7, 2015 at 4:15pm. Meet point will be at the parking area of Round Rock Serving Center on 1099 East Main Street, Round Rock and will leave at 4:55pm, be traveling West on Main Street and will turn right on North Sheppard Street then go left on Right … Continue reading Round Rock Dia de los Muertos this weekend!

No mas bebes screens at the Austin Film Festival

By Liz Lopez In Austin for the Texas premiere of their documentary, No Mas Bebes (No More Babies), an official selection of the 2015 Austin Film Festival, producer Virginia Espino and director Renee Tajima-Peña spent nearly a decade uncovering and documenting the little known story of the ten women from among the hundreds forced to undergo tubal ligation surgeries who finally stood up for themselves … Continue reading No mas bebes screens at the Austin Film Festival