Style Guide

Below is the style guide for posts. This demonstrates the various ways that text will be displayed, based on html tags. KLRU supports the following styles in posts:

  • Headlines
  • Unordered Lists
  • Ordered Lists
  • Quotes
  • Links
  • Bold, Italic & Additional Tags

Headlines

Headlines can be displayed in many different ways. Below are examples of the four headline choices

H1 headline tag

Turducken short ribs pastrami, venison tail pork loin sausage filet mignon jowl ribeye corned beef brisket ham beef pork. Ground round strip steak fatback, jerky brisket short loin swine turkey. Hamburger tongue jowl, turducken biltong cow tri-tip. Shank meatball beef ribs brisket pork chop frankfurter.

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Turducken short ribs pastrami, venison tail pork loin sausage filet mignon jowl ribeye corned beef brisket ham beef pork. Ground round strip steak fatback, jerky brisket short loin swine turkey. Hamburger tongue jowl, turducken biltong cow tri-tip. Shank meatball beef ribs brisket pork chop frankfurter.

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Turducken short ribs pastrami, venison tail pork loin sausage filet mignon jowl ribeye corned beef brisket ham beef pork. Ground round strip steak fatback, jerky brisket short loin swine turkey. Hamburger tongue jowl, turducken biltong cow tri-tip. Shank meatball beef ribs brisket pork chop frankfurter.

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Turducken short ribs pastrami, venison tail pork loin sausage filet mignon jowl ribeye corned beef brisket ham beef pork. Ground round strip steak fatback, jerky brisket short loin swine turkey. Hamburger tongue jowl, turducken biltong cow tri-tip. Shank meatball beef ribs brisket pork chop frankfurter.

Other styles

Ordered Lists will display like this:

  1. First Item
  2. Second Item
  3. Third Item

Unordered lists will display like this:

  • First Item
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Also, quotes or tweets can be displayed using the quotes tag, also known as a blockquote.  They will display like this:

Here’s an important tweet, or quote from an artist.

Finally, links, bold, italics, and other styles can be applied to the text.  When creating links, try to link to other ACL posts, artists & pages within the site whenever applicable.  For links outside of the acltv.com website, be sure to check the box that causes the link to open in a new window.

KLRU Promotes Use of 2-1-1 for Families in Need

This month, KLRU has been re-airing the original broadcast of Sesame Street’s one-hour special “Growing Hope Against Hunger.” In this show, guest stars Brad and Kimberly Paisley meet Lily, the newest Muppet. Together, they reach out to viewers who may be hungry and those who may be in a position to help others. At the conclusion of the episode, viewers of all ages who may need additional food are directed to call 2-1-1, the call center for local health and human services.

“Growing Hope Against Hunger” will air four more times this month:

  • Monday, August 20th at 1:00 pm
  • Wednesday, August 22nd at 12 noon
  • Friday, August 24th at 12 noon
  • Tuesday, August 28th at 12:30 pm

What if you put a dollar amount on how much you value KLRU?

What if every parent who trusts KLRU with their children….

What if every concerned citizen who tunes into KLRU for election coverage…
What if every artist who sees inspiration in KLRU Collective and Arts in Context…
What if everyone who laughs with Brit-Coms or cries with Masterpiece…

gave a gift to KLRU today?

This August, we’re trying to raise $240,000 to remain a strong and beneficial service in this community. Many of you have already put a price on what you love about KLRU and we’re $30,000 closer to our goal. Thank you for doing your part. But we need everyone who can to support KLRU right now.

What if you took this opportunity to think about what you value in KLRU and made adonation today?

Your tax-deductible gift of $5, $35, $50, $100 or any amount that is right for you, ensures that KLRU will create possibilities, trust, knowledge, inspiration, and entertainment for everyone in Central Texas…right now and for generations to come.

For supporting during this August pledge drive, choose from some great thank you gifts including t-shirts, DVDs, CDs, and posters!

Create culinary masterpieces withThe French Chef!
We’re celebrating Julia Child’s 100th birthday tomorrow night at 7pm with classic episodes of The French Chef and Austin chefs from incredible restaurants like La Condesa, Franklin BBQ, Uchi/Uchiko, and more! Consider making a gift and get automatically entered to win one of 20 gift certificates to some of the finest dining Austin has to offer!
British Beat to British Drama

Going through some London Olympics withdrawal? We’ve got you covered with British Beat, a fun and funky concert featuring the Zombies, the Animals, and many more UK legends, Thursday at 7pm. And for all you Downton Abbey Fans, get your costume drama history lesson this Sunday at 8pm with Story of the Costume Drama.
Sing it, Tony!

Tony Bennett is joined by a tour-bus-load of talented musicians for Great Performances: Duets tonight at 9pm! Guests include Queen Latifah, Aretha Franklin, Willie Nelson, Sheryl Crow, Andrea Bocelli, and Lady Gaga. You won’t want to miss this beautiful concert – and get the CD for your own collection!

Celebrate KLRU's Women and Girls Lead: Austin on 8/23

Women and Girls Lead: Austin showcases extraordinary women and girls who are changing our community. Join KLRU and other Austin organizations as we celebrate women who are making a difference.

On Thursday, August 23, KLRU will honor the women currently featured as part of the Women and Girls Lead: Austin project and will announce the next group of women to be profiled.  The free event takes place in KLRU’s Studio 6A at 7 pm (doors at 6:30) and includes light refreshments.  RSVP now

KLRU’s Women and Girls Lead: Austin project currently features:

  • Beverly Kearney, University of Texas Women’s Track and Field coach
  • Sonia Castellanos, Con Mi Madre
  • Jen Grogono, uStudio Inc.
  • Suzanne Santos, Sustainable Food Center
  • Nessa Higgins & Andrea Day Boykin, Flip Happy Crepes
  • Taryn Davis, American Widow Project
  • Sarah Herburger, Truckstop Trixie Rhinestone Cowgirls roller derby team

The global outreach partnership of Women and Girls Lead amplifies the voices of women and girls acting as leaders, expands understanding of gender equity, and engages an international network of citizens and organizations to act locally and reach out globally.

#CookForJulia: ACL's Music in the Kitchen!

Thanks to Glenda Facemire, ACL’s long time makeup artist and stylist, we unearthed a Julia Child Pot Roast recipe from Music in the Kitchen: Favorite Recipes from Austin City Limits Performers, a beautiful book that Glenda created a few years ago.

Robbie Fulks, alt-country singer-songwriter, chose Julia Child’s Pot Roast because “it never fails.”

Hope you join us tonight for Julia Child’s 100th Birthday Celebration at 7pm on KLRU – we’ll be airing some of the greatest French Chef episodes and have Austin chefs answering your phone calls – we’ll also have tons of giveaways so tune in and support KLRU tonight!

Watch and Win! Celebrate Julia Child tonight at 7pm

We have been looking forward to this night for a very long time! In celebration of Julia Child’s 100th birthday, some of the best chefs and foodies in Austin will be joining us LIVE in studio during a special presentation of three classic episodes of The French Chef featuring Julia’s take on omelettes, boullaibase, and roasted chicken, tonight at 7pm on KLRU.

If you call in during the evening with your support for KLRU, you might be talking with one of these wonderful people on the phone: Rene Ortiz (La Condesa, Sway), Laura Sawicki (La Condesa, Sway), Philip Speer (Uchi/Uchiko), Aaron & Stacy Franklin (Franklin BBQ), Karla Loeb (Slow Food Austin), Larry McGuire (Lamberts, Perla’s, Elizabeth Street Cafe, Fresa’s, Jeffrey’s), John Bates (Noble Pig), Sonya Cote (Hillside Farmacy, Homegrown Revival) and Casey Wilcox (Justine’s), and Patty Cater (Central Market).

This is the perfect opportunity to support the great history of cooking shows on public television and celebrate the incredible culinary scene here in Austin. We love when we can connect the awesome programming on KLRU with our local community and who better to showcase the KLRU vision of inspiration and creativity than Julia herself.

Every gift made tonight (or made online here) will automatically be entered to win one of several gift certificates to the places above and others: Olive & June, Parkside, OliviaThe Back Space, Foreign & DomesticLenoir, Chez Nous, Trace, Dai Due, Second Bar + Kitchen, and Barley Swine. A gift of just $25 could mean a dinner at a critically-acclaimed Austin restaurant – and you’ll be supporting Austin’s only locally owned and operated television station at the same time – what’s not to love about that?!

KLRU needs your support during this August pledge drive – if you love food, you won’t want to miss out on tonight’s special tribute to Julia Child beginning tonight at 7pm. Thank you for celebrating with us.

What if you put a dollar amount on how much you value KLRU?

What if every parent who trusts KLRU with their children….

What if every concerned citizen who tunes into KLRU for election coverage…
What if every artist who sees inspiration in KLRU Collective and Arts in Context…
What if everyone who laughs with Brit-Coms or cries with Masterpiece…

gave a gift to KLRU today?

This August, we’re trying to raise $240,000 to remain a strong and beneficial service in this community. Many of you have already put a price on what you love about KLRU and we’re $30,000 closer to our goal. Thank you for doing your part. But we need everyone who can to support KLRU right now.

What if you took this opportunity to think about what you value in KLRU and made adonation today?

Your tax-deductible gift of $5, $35, $50, $100 or any amount that is right for you, ensures that KLRU will create possibilities, trust, knowledge, inspiration, and entertainment for everyone in Central Texas…right now and for generations to come.

For supporting during this August pledge drive, choose from some great thank you gifts including t-shirts, DVDs, CDs, and posters!

Create culinary masterpieces withThe French Chef!

We’re celebrating Julia Child’s 100th birthday tomorrow night at 7pm with classic episodes of The French Chef and Austin chefs from incredible restaurants like La Condesa, Franklin BBQ, Uchi/Uchiko, and more! Consider making a gift and get automatically entered to win one of 20 gift certificates to some of the finest dining Austin has to offer!

British Beat to British Drama

Going through some London Olympics withdrawal? We’ve got you covered with British Beat, a fun and funky concert featuring the Zombies, the Animals, and many more UK legends, Thursday at 7pm. And for all you Downton Abbey Fans, get your costume drama history lesson this Sunday at 8pm with Story of the Costume Drama.

Sing it, Tony!

Tony Bennett is joined by a tour-bus-load of talented musicians for Great Performances: Duets tonight at 9pm! Guests include Queen Latifah, Aretha Franklin, Willie Nelson, Sheryl Crow, Andrea Bocelli, and Lady Gaga. You won’t want to miss this beautiful concert – and get the CD for your own collection!

#CookForJulia – Mussels & Mousse: Recipe Recap from Susannah Winslow!

Susannah Winslow, an incredibly talented and creative staff member here at KLRU, made a mouth-watering dinner to celebrate Julia’s 100th birthday! We’re happy to have her thoughts (and the recipes!) to share with you today.

In my mind, Julia Child has always been and will always be the pinnacle of French cooking. So it’s not surprising that until this weekend, I had never made or followed a Julia Child’s recipe in my life. They just seemed too intimidating, even though the grande dame herself is the one that made French cooking so easily accessible to people like me. In honor of what would be her 100th birthday, I gladly rolled up my sleeves and got to work making a dinner I’m sure Julia would be proud of: moules à la marienière (mussels steamedin white wine) avec les pommes frites (french fries) et pour le dessert, mousse au chocolat (chocolate mousse). In true Julia Child’s fashion, everything turned out marvelous, even though I’m sure I made a few mistakes along the way. Bon Appetit!



- Susannah Winslow, KLRU Membership Team

Cook your own Julia Child recipe and we’ll share it on our blog, too! Celebrate Julia’s birthday by supporting all the great creative shows on KLRU and make a gift during our August pledge drive.

How do *you* keep creativity alive in Austin?

There are countless ways to support Austin’s creative sector. Attending opening night at a theater, playing in a band, taking an improv class. Creativity is what makes Austin unique…so what do *you* do that keeps creativity alive?

Tell us how you keep creativity alive in Austin. Make a quick video and upload it to YouTube. Tag it “CivicSummitCreativity” and your comments may be used in our upcoming broadcast.