I only have my kids for spring break every other year so the plans that I make are pretty important to me.
Tucked among the flashy new restaurants and chic boutiques on East Cesar Chavez is a small pottery studio recognizable only by the colorful murals that swirl along the outside.
On the connection between food and art
An Insider's Guide to Austin's Hidden Gems.
Caitlin M. Ryan
A staff that eats together, stays together. The tradition of family meals at three culinary hot spots.
Step inside four dream kitchens to find out what's cooking.
Fresh looks for spring inspired by the garden.
You may not know these artists, but you certainly know their work.
Austin's new dining destinations feature cuisine from across the world.
Lauren Smith Ford
Meet the Ryans - this stylish couple has worked in some of the greatest restaurants in the world.
This stylish east Austin eatery keeps diners coming back for more.
This recipe is a riff on one of my favorite Nigella Lawson pasta dishes from her book "Forever Summer".
While we cover some of the biggest lifestyle stories around town, here at TRIBEZA we’re a pretty small operation. Working closely together to craft Austin's premier arts and culture magazine and to throw some of the city's most popular events can make our team feel as close as family.
Last week our family welcomed its newest member, Katie Friel. Our new editor is already hard at work, but she’s taken some time out of her hectic schedule to answer a few questions about herself. Get to know a little more about Katie below, and be sure to give her a warm congratulations if you see her running around town working on the latest issue (or just enjoying some downtime at places like Hotel San Jose or Highball).more