Austin Revealed: Tommy Wyatt & the Start of The Villager

In honor of Black History Month, Austin Revealed features stories of Austin’s civil rights history told through first person interviews.

Tommy Wyatt, founder and publisher of The Villager, talks about why he founded a newspaper for Austin’s black community.

KLRU’s Austin Revealed is an online oral history project sharing the stories of Austin’s past to encourage discussion and thought around the city’s future. Watch more Austin Revealed

Austin Revealed: Ada Anderson & John F. Kennedy’s Visit

In honor of Black History Month, Austin Revealed features stories of Austin’s civil rights history told through first person interviews.

John F. Kennedy was scheduled to speak in Austin on November 22, 1963.  Ada Anderson recounts her role in his planned visit and how she found the President had been killed.

KLRU’s Austin Revealed is an online oral history project sharing the stories of Austin’s past to encourage discussion and thought around the city’s future. Watch more Austin Revealed

Austin Revealed: Civil Right Stories

Austin Revealed is an oral history project sharing the stories of Austin’s past to encourage discussion and thought around the city’s future. In honor of Black History Month, Austin Revealed features stories of Austin’s civil rights history told through first person interviews. We’ll have new videos from each week throughout February. Watch more Austin Revealed

It’s a BBQ with Franklin Thanksgiving

Need to impress your guests with something different this Thanksgiving? We’ve got you covered.

KLRU’s original web series BBQ with Franklin tells you how to brine and smoke a turkey, make a smoked butter gravy and prepare some sides that will pair perfectly with your bird.

WARNING: These videos will make you hungry! View all three videos here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zWHOEkBLAg&list=PLJXFUkVvL7g5qh67bUxqJLiVwjmFVLnB7

 

KLRU announces Hardly Sound

KLRU is excited to announce a new addition to KLRU Q’s 11pm music block, Hardly Sound. The documentary series focuses on Texas underground music and artists but goes beyond the recording studio to tell the story of the band members with insight into the creative process.

Meet the Creators from Hardly Sound on Vimeo.

In episode one, follow Austin twang wave band, The Bye & Bye in their quest to understand their future through the telling of their past. Future episodes will feature The Bad Lovers, Royal Forest, Emcee Eats, and Ralph White

New episodes air the first Monday of the month at 11pm on KLRU-Q, beginning with the Bye & Bye airing this Monday. To keep up with Hardly Sound visit http://hardlysound.tumblr.com/.

KLRU Civic Summit: Arts in Context

Video segments from the KLRU Civic Summit: Arts in Context are now posted.

Economic Impact of Austin’s Creative Sector from KLRU-TV on Vimeo.

Living & Working as an Artist in Austin, Texas from KLRU-TV on Vimeo.

The Future of Arts in Austin from KLRU-TV on Vimeo.

Why do you think we should fund the arts?

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.

#CookForJulia: Ooh, La, La! Watch classic episodes of The French Chef online

Presented in honor of Julia Child’s 100th birthday, PBS has released full episodes of Julia’s first PBS show, The French Chef – originally broadcast in the 1960s. Today’s episodes feature French Tarts, Quiche Lorraine, and French Onion Soup. Watch them now then re-create a recipe (or two!) and share with us to celebrate Julia Child’s legacy and memory on PBS!

Congratulations to Quiet Company

Congrats to Quiet Company who racked up a slew of awards, including Band of the Year, at last night’s Austin Music Awards. We were fortunate enough to have Quiet Company tape an episode of Satellite Sets in 2010.

Here they are performing “A Nation of Two.”

Watch Quiet Company: A Nation Of Two on PBS. See more from ACL presents Satellite Sets.