The games of the 31st Olympiad have been filled with both moments of amazement and moments of controversy. While most of us viewers will remember the epic achievements of Michael Phelps and Usain Bolt, the vast majority of the athletes, coaches and spectators will remember the experience. In the Athlete’s Village, memories of a lifetime were created by those who participated in the games. At the same time, we all learned many lessons about what’s important to not just the athletes, but also to everyone taking advantage of apartment living. Read the rest of this entry »
If you’re new to Austin, you probably want to visit the iconic Austin landmarks that make the city so unique. So once you’ve set up your Austin apartment, go check out the entertainment scene and discover your personal favorites. Austin has a great entertainment scene that’s perfect for showing off your new city to out-of-towners. Whether you prefer a night at the theater or a heavy metal concert at an outdoor venue, there are plenty of entertainment venues to appeal to everyone. Here are 4 Austin classics to jump start your exploration of Austin entertainment.
The Paramount Theatre
Established in 1915, the then-called Majestic Theatre opened in Downtown Austin as a vaudeville theatre house. After almost 100 years of service to the Austin area, the Paramount Theatre remains a staple of the Austin entertainment scene. From national touring theatre companies to screenings of classic movies to self-produced comedy shows like Greater Tuna, the Paramount plays host to a variety of shows year-round. Read the rest of this entry »