Tickets are running out for our Jan. 23 ATXplained Live show at the Hogg Auditorium. Details and tickets here.
Austin’s 37th St. lights aren’t the only holiday light display in town, but it did draw this question about its origins.
Christine Hannon wanted to meet this postal worker who seems to know everyone who come into his East Austin post office.
The aging population is growing fast in Austin. So Becky Rhodes said we should meet a couple trying to keep seniors active in the community.
Billboards are all over I-35 — but not MoPac and a few other freeways in Austin. Why not?
Everyone’s an architecture critic. But why does the crown on “The Independent” look the way it does?
In our latest, “Hi, Who Are You?” story, we hear the story of a man and his bird — and the family that wanted to meet them.
We get a lot of questions for ATXplained that don’t really have answers. So KUT’s Andrew Weber put some of those to longtime KUT/X host John Aielli.
For the next episode in our Hi, Who Are You? series, KUT’s Nadia Hamdan introduces us to Burrell W. Lankford.
Their signs looked oddly similar. The names were pretty darn close, too. Is the origin of Dan’s and Fran’s an urban legend?
Are there people in your life that you see all the time, but have never stopped to meet?
The spiced ham product was the centerpiece of this longtime festival. For a time, the event was insanely popular — so what why did it go away?
So, About The Origin Of ‘The Live Music Capital Of The World’… We Were Wrong. Here’s The Real Story.
OK, now we have the definitive story of Austin’s official nickname (we think).
The families who once lived on Rainey Street all left. One man is still there.
Who were Miranda, Esther, Lisa and Rufus?
Mose Buchele takes a walk with our question-asker to learn the science behind this fall’s colorful trees.
What are the experiences that bind Austinites together? Send us your answer at ATXplained.org or call/text to 737-443-9466 or email us at [email protected]
Basements are common in other parts of the country. So why not here? Is it the rock? The flooding? Nope.
For decades, Aqua Fest was an annual celebration in Austin. Then, it stopped. One ATXplained listener wanted to know why.
Join us on Friday, September 21 at 7 p.m. at the Texas Union Theater on the UT campus. Details and tickets (they’re free) are right here.