We were happy to welcome, local blues and rock band, Big Cat, to chat about what they’re up to.
Our friend John Smith was here with the latest in film and all things Alamo.
April Rose taught a fun belly dancing lesson!
Luke Wade performed for Studio512.
Video games will no doubt be a popular choice for under the tree this year, but how about putting yourself *inside the game? That’s exactly …
We had fun sipping wine, and learning more about the Lost Pines Christmas Swirl.
We’re off to Bastrop for a Lost Pines Christmas!
You can find fun online activities all month long at destember.org.
For a store and restaurant directory, as well as their events and happenings, go to hillcountrygalleria.com.
Alamo Drafthouse joined us to talk about upcoming movies releases.
For more go to WizardWorld.com.
You can call 1-800-582-4673 for more information or go to MoodyGardens.com to check it out.
The Book People join us to tell us all about great new titles that are being released.
Edgar Barguiarena with what’s hot with the temperatures drop!
Studio 512 visited Fredericksburg‚ where Texan hospitality and German traditions thrive.
The Tom Lea: Life and World War II exhibit is free to the public and runs October 17th through January 17th.
Alamo Drafthouse has created some fun new shows that are coming up soon.
Get great tips for ACL from San Marvelous.
The Fredericksburg Theater brings high-caliber live performance to the Hill Country.
Learn more about history at the National Museum of the Pacific War in Fredericksburg.