Chick Flick Picks: Laggies

Chick Flick Picks: Laggies

Men have been getting the arrested-development-leads-to-comedic-results treatment for years now, which is what makes “Laggies” such a breath of fresh […]

Nov 7, 2014     1 Comment
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The Revamped SoLa Alamo and Highball

The Revamped SoLa Alamo and Highball

Like me, you might not have yet visited the revamped Alamo and Highball combo because you weren't convinced they were open. (The construction between them and the street makes it hard to tell.)

Sep 28, 2014     No Comments
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HBO GO Pick of the Week: Girls

HBO GO Pick of the Week: Girls

HBO GO has all three seasons of Girls (2012) and I binge-watched them all this weekend.

Sep 14, 2014     No Comments
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Whedon Watch: “In Your Eyes”

Whedon Watch: “In Your Eyes”

"In Your Eyes" is well-worth the $5 and once again proof of Whedon's unmatched writing abilities.

Jul 6, 2014     1 Comment
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Netflix Instant Pick of the Week: Rectify

Netflix Instant Pick of the Week: Rectify

Of all the shows I watch, I can’t think of any that packs as much of an emotional wallop as […]

Jun 18, 2014     2 Comments
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ATX Television Festival: Day Three: Roswell’s 15-year reunion

ATX Television Festival: Day Three: Roswell’s 15-year reunion

For me, day three of the ATX Television Festival was all about “Roswell"...

Jun 9, 2014     1 Comment
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ATX Television Festival: Day Two

ATX Television Festival: Day Two

Day two of the ATX Television Festival had an amazing line-up, including screenings of “Orphan Black”, “Parenthood”, “Fargo” and Guillermo del Toro’s “The Strain”...

Jun 8, 2014     1 Comment
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ATX Television Festival: Day One

ATX Television Festival: Day One

The day one lineup of the ATX Television Festival shows just how eclectic people’s TV watching preferences can be. Women’s […]

Jun 7, 2014     3 Comments
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Tune into the ATX Television Festival This Weekend

Tune into the ATX Television Festival This Weekend

You’ve got one night left. That’s one night to binge-watch as many series as you can so you’ll be ready […]

Jun 5, 2014     3 Comments
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Odd Duck

Odd Duck

I've driven by it about a dozen times on South Lamar, but finally gave Odd Duck a try this past Friday.

May 25, 2014     2 Comments
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The Remembering Process made this Chickster time travel

The Remembering Process made this Chickster time travel

I don't read outside the Dummies canon very often for self-improvement, but the concept behind a new book recently caught my attention...

May 24, 2014     1 Comment
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Netflix Instant Mother’s Day Pick of the Week: The Guilt Trip

Netflix Instant Mother’s Day Pick of the Week: The Guilt Trip

Thought it didn't get stellar reviews, you can't watch this realistic comedy without thinking of your own mother, which is why it's perfect for Mother's Day

May 11, 2014     1 Comment
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Chick Flick Picks: Fed Up and Neighbors

Chick Flick Picks: Fed Up and Neighbors

By this point, we all know that the U.S. is in the middle of a food crisis. Between detoxes, juicing, […]

May 9, 2014     1 Comment
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Bookworm Reviews: Angel Sometimes and Austin Author Helen Ginger

Bookworm Reviews: Angel Sometimes and Austin Author Helen Ginger

We here at Chickster have all dreamed of hitting it big as novelists, so when I was introduced to local […]

May 8, 2014     9 Comments
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Chick Flick Picks: The Other Woman

Chick Flick Picks: The Other Woman

Last summer, we raved about the buddy-cop comedy “The Heat,” which was the only studio movie release over those prime […]

Apr 25, 2014     5 Comments
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Beautimous: Beauty Subscription Boxes

Beautimous: Beauty Subscription Boxes

Beauty subscription boxes first popped up on my radar a few years ago with the rise of Birchbox, and from […]

Apr 20, 2014     5 Comments
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Guest Post: Yoga for Wellness #6

Guest Post: Yoga for Wellness #6

A lot of people use yoga as a form of exercise when they have an injury. Just the other day...

Apr 19, 2014     1 Comment
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Periphery

Periphery

Since I decided to become my own publishing company, KEL Publishing has put out two titles...

Apr 9, 2014     4 Comments
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Chick Flick Picks: The Machine

Chick Flick Picks: The Machine

With “The Machine,” newcomer Caity Lotz looks poised to join the ranks of ass-kicking sci-fi/action-movie babes like Milla Jovovich and…well, […]

Apr 8, 2014     4 Comments
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End Credits: 2014 SXSW Film

End Credits: 2014 SXSW Film

See 30 movies in nine days, and it’s only natural that some of the movies start blending together in your […]

Apr 7, 2014     3 Comments
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Q&A with CRAFT DIY studio owner

Q&A with CRAFT DIY studio owner

Austin's only walk-in DIY studio CRAFT is a special public space that sets the perfect stage for creativity. I was fortunate enough to meet owner Elisabeth...

Mar 12, 2014     3 Comments
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