Due East is the official kick-off party and fundraiser for the East Austin Studio Tour and takes place Nov. 11th. Guests of this event receive a 2016 East catalog and are first to experience the opening of the East Group Exhibition, presenting the work of nearly 300 East artists. This year’s event takes place at 916 Springdale Rd. You can purchase tickets now
Entertainment is provided by performance artist Katelena Hernandez Cowles, Austin Phonograph Company, and Austin Maker Faire.
On the menu for Due East 2016 are some of Austin’s best restaurants, including La Condesa, Sway, Salt & Time, Hillside Farmacy, Weather Up, and Gelateria Gemelli. Drinks from Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Austin Beerworks, The Austin Shaker, Austin Eastciders, Topo Chico, JuiceLand, Wunder-Pilz Kombucha, and Chameleon Cold-Brew are also featured.
KLRU is a media sponsor of the East Austin Studio Tour.
Leslie gets thrown out of the house and ends up in court with Theo and Spiros as his attorneys on Durrells In Corfu On Masterpiece at 7 pm Sunday.
xamine the ways the USO has lifted the spirits of American service personnel for more than 75 years on USO – For The Troops at 7 pm Monday.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are two of the most polarizing presidential candidates in modern history. Frontline The Choice at 8 pm Monday goes beyond the headlines to investigate what has shaped these two candidates, where they came from, how they lead and why they want one of the most difficult jobs imaginable.
Under the starlit, intimate setting of Rain Lily Farm, En Route Productions presents Shakespeare on the Farm. By bringing theatre off of the stage and farming into the city, the two groups take their respective passions to the masses on Arts In Context Shakespeare On The Farm at 10:30 pm Monday and 7:30 pm Thursday.
Watch live coverage of election results with co-anchors Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff and Mark Shields, David Brooks, Amy Walter and Andra Gillespie on PBS Newshour starting at 7 pm.
Track the story of cats into the Americas, from battles with the rival Canids, to the rise of domestic cats Nature The Story Of Cats: Into The Americas at 7 pm Wednesday.
Overheard with Evan Smith at 7 pm Thursday features Shawn Colvin, a multi-Grammy-winning singer-songwriter based in Austin, Texas.
Chet heads to Big Bend in back-to-back episodes of The Daytripper at 8 pm Thursday.
Great Performances at 8 pm Friday presents Imelda Staunton as the indomitable Momma Rose in London’s hit revival of Jule Styne and Stephen Sondheim’s classic musical Gypsy, about stripper Gypsy Rose Lee’s rise to fame.
Squirrels, raccoons and mice like our comfy quarters, too. See how to keep them out of your house on Central Texas Gardener at noon Saturday.
Dig the best in modern rock with artists My Morning Jacket and Ben Harper on Austin City Limits at 7 pm Saturday.
Visit pbskids.org/apps for free apps that can build skills while making learning fun!
We want to highlight our community partner E3 Alliance, a regional, data-driven education collaborative based in Austin, Texas, and are happy to shine a spotlight on their work. E3 Alliance has helped build the strongest education pipeline in the country to drive regional economic prosperity by breaking down barriers and building better alignment across the education continuum. Their name E3 stands for: Education Equals Economics, which captures their mission that only through greater educational achievement can Central Texas realize sustained economic prosperity and a higher quality of life.
This year, E3 Alliance is celebrating their 10th anniversary after being founded in 2006 by Susan Dawson, their President and Executive Director. In the decade they have been operating, they have led successful campaigns including a cross-sector effort with over two dozen industry, higher education, and district partners to increase the STEM student pipeline by over 634 percent. They also successfully launched the expansion of RAISEup Texas to transform middle school teaching and learning for 28,000 students and 1,100 teachers in 16 schools across our region.
In celebration of their 10-year anniversary, E3 Alliance is hosting “Geeks In Boots,” a fundraising party to raise awareness about their mission, celebrate and honor educational leaders and the region’s achievements, and build support for the innovation required to fuel success for students over the next decade. Ticket proceeds will be matched to support their RAISEup Texas Initiative. The event will be held on Tuesday, November 15, 2016 at 6:00pm at the Brazos Hall. For more information and to buy tickets click here.
With the election right around the corner, students from Cedar Ridge High School in Round Rock, TX have created videos for PBS NewsHour’s Student Reporting Labs with support from KLRU, talking about the issues that matter to them.
This election season, the Student Reporting Labs network of more than 100 schools across the country asked middle and high school students to talk to the next president about the issues they feel need to be addressed.
KLRU is also working with Austin, Eastside, Lanier, Pflugerville, and Manor High School.
In this video, students want the next president to make the American dream more accessible to people of color.
Michael Lobsenz wants the next president to enforce gun-free zones in schools.
Gerry’s new soulmate has a surprising background on Durrells On Masterpiece at 7pm Sunday.
George maneuvers Poldark toward checkmate and the law hunts down free traders. Poldark Season 2 On Masterpiece at 8 pm Sunday.
Three rivals vie for Sooni and the Maharajah tests Ralph and Madeline on Indian Summers Season 2 On Masterpiece at 9 pm Sunday.
Go inside the very first girls’ school in a small Afghan village on POV What Tomorrow Brings at 9 pm Monday.
The House of Songs connects international & U.S. songwriters to bridge cultures & spark creativity on Arts In Context at 10:30 pm Monday and 7:30 pm Thursday.
Examine the campaign strategies of George W. Bush and Barack Obama, candidates at opposite ends of the political spectrum on Contenders – 16 For ’16 at 7 pm Tuesday.
Revisit this pivotal 1950 Korean War battle through the eyewitness accounts of participants on Battle Of Chosin: American Experience at 8 pm Tuesday.
Discover how the first cats arose in the forests of Asia, how they spread across the continent and later came to conquer Africa on Nature The Story Of Cats: Asia To Africa at 7 pm Wednesday.
Overheard with Evan Smith at 7 pm Thursday features Kelly McEvers, host of NPR’s Embedded and co-host of All Things Considered.
Chet visits Conroe and Boerne on back-to-back episodes of The Daytripper at 8 pm Thursday.
Join Lincoln Center at the Movies at 8 pm Friday as Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre showcases its spectacular range, diversity and artistry in this special presentation, which includes the company’s signature work, Revelations, along with three other pieces.
Plant a permanent tree to celebrate your garden all year long on Central Texas Gardener at noon Saturday.
Enjoy the contemporary Latin sounds of Natalia Lafourcade and Grupo Fantasma on Austin City Limits at 7 pm Saturday.
This fall, kids are in for a delightfully spooky treat on KLRU Kids. On October 28, PBS KIDS will premiere The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About Halloween! on television and streaming devices. The new movie follows Nick and Sally as the Cat in the Hat takes them on an exciting Halloween ride. Additionally, PBS KIDS will premiere new Halloween-themed episodes from Dinosaur Train, Nature Cat, Ready Jet Go!
KLRU airs The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About Halloween special at 7 am and noon on the 28th; 7 am on Oct. 29th; 7 am on Oct. 30th; 8 am, noon and 2 pm on Oct. 31st!
Dinosaur Train Spooky Tree / Spinosaurus Super Model airs at 10 am on Oct. 28 and Haunted Roundhouse / Big Pond Pumpkin Patch airs at 10 am on Oct. 31st.
Nature Cat Runaway Pumpkin / Lady Bug Tough airs Oct. 27 at 7 am and 2:30 pm and Oct. 28 at 2:30 pm.
Ready Jet Go! Jet’s First Halloween airs on KLRU Oct. 28 at 6:30 am and 3 pm; Oct. 30 at 8 am and Oct. 21 at 6:30 am and 3 pm.
The treats keep coming in October when PBS KIDS will offer a variety of Halloween-themed games for kids to play on the free PBS KIDS Games App and pbskids.org, including the Cat in the Hat Corn Maze Craze, Cat in the Hat Camp Time, Nature Cat Park Builder and Peg + Cat Parade. A new Spooky Street and set of rewards will be launching on PBS KIDS’ popular virtual world Kart Kingdom as well. Hands-on activities, including pumpkin-carving templates with favorite PBS KIDS characters, are available on PBS Parents.
This fall, PBS will also offer PreK-12 teachers an easy way to integrate Halloween themes into their instruction with a range of curriculum-aligned videos, lesson plans and games. Teachers can use these resources to enhance homework assignments or kick-start classroom discussions. These free resources are available to teachers nationwide on pbslearningmedia.org. Examples include Peg + Cat’s Tiger Trick or Treat, PBS LearningMedia’s All About the Holidays: Halloween, PBS Digital Studios’ Frankenstein, M.D. and more.
When fall comes around, the temperature starts to cool a bit, the sweaters start coming out, and you start seeing pumpkins everywhere. And, let’s face it, if you’ve gone out of your way to read this, you know you can never go wrong with pumpkins when it’s fall.
Here are a few of our favorite pumpkin recipes from PBS Food that you should try!
Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Pancakes for Breakfast
The smell of fresh pancakes will make it easier to get out of bed in the morning! Whip up this batch of Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Pancakes for breakfast and you’ll be the star of the house.
Ricotta Stuffed Shells with Pumpkin Alfredo for Lunch or Dinner
If you thought you couldn’t add pumpkin to your main dish, think again. These ricotta stuffed shells with pumpkin alfredo are perfect for the season and will make a lovely centerpiece at the dinner table.
Pumpkin Apple Baked Beans for a Standout Side Dish
Add pumpkin AND apples to your baked beans and you’ll be the master of fall with this side dish. These pumpkin apple baked beans will surely stand out at Thanksgiving dinner or at your next potluck.
Pumpkin Maple Crème Caramel for a Creamy Dessert
No meal is complete without a dessert! But don’t stick to the same-ol’ pumpkin pie you’ve always made. Branch out and give this pumpkin maple crème caramel recipe a try. If you love flan and pumpkins, you’ll definitely keep on coming back to this dessert.
Salted Pumpkin Caramels as a Seasonal Snack
If you’re in need of a sweet kick to fuel your day, why not try making these salted pumpkin caramels as a snack. The balance of sweetness from the caramel and pumpkin with a dash of salt make for a great treat.
Get a hands-on look at Innovation in Austin by joining us for our fourth and final KLRU NEXT Night of 2016!
Starting at 6:30 pm at Google Fiber (map) on November 9, you’ll get to see the latest advances from innovators right here in Austin, and how they’re working on the cutting edge to make us a more connected community. Tickets are $10. Make sure to get them today!
Enjoy bites from The Capital Grille, locally brewed beer from Austin Specialty Distributors and drinks from Austin Cocktails!
Our featured innovators are:
And a big thank you to our sponsor, Thrivent!
In 2019, PBS will air Country Music, a major documentary film series on the history of country music, produced and directed by Ken Burns.
To help them tell this story, they would like to collect home movies from fans and musicians for possible use in the film: families enjoying country music parks; crowds at fan fairs and concerts; behind the scenes and on the road with musicians. They are specifically looking for home movies from the time period of the 1950s through the mid 1990s.
If your home movies are used in Country Music, you will receive a DVD of the series, a poster signed by Ken Burns, and will be thanked in the film’s credits.
Please send home movies from the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, and/or 1990s. Do not send original footage: DVD or digital copies only. THE MATERIAL WILL NOT BE RETURNED. If your home movie gets selected for use, Florentine Films will contact you about getting access to the original footage. Clearly mark the disc with your name, address, phone number and e-mail (if available), so they can contact you if your footage is selected. Include a brief description, e.g., Sunset Park, Pennsylvania, July 1962; Fan Fair, Nashville,1996.
Send your movie(s) by December 31, 2016 to:
CM Home Movies
c/o Florentine Films, PO Box 613
Walpole, NH 03608