Sam Sumpter: Write On! Five authors who are keeping Austin weird with words

Aaron Franklin You likely know Franklin as the owner and pitmaster of a highly lauded—and obsessed over—barbecue joint on East 11th, but what you might not know is that the […]

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Faces of Austin #19 & 20: The Duo, Lynn Osgood & Sarah Gamble

As Austinites, we’re blessed to live in a city that is progressive, experiential, experimental, game-changing, conscious and, lets face it, awesomely cool. In such a city, you’d expect the population […]

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Faces of Austin #13: The Historian, Harold McMillan

As Austinites, we’re blessed to live in a city that is progressive, experiential, experimental, game-changing, conscious and, lets face it, awesomely cool. In such a city, you’d expect the population […]

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Faces of Austin #12: The Leader of Local, Joah Spearman

As Austinites, we’re blessed to live in a city that is progressive, experiential, experimental, game-changing, conscious and, lets face it, awesomely cool. In such a city, you’d expect the population […]

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Ways to Give Back, Vol. 1

If you’re interested in getting involved with any of the organizations, groups and nonprofits mentioned in the Philanthropy 101 story found in our November/December issue, please see the below listing. […]

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Faces of Austin #11: The Virtuoso, Thor Harris

As Austinites, we’re blessed to live in a city that is progressive, experiential, experimental, game-changing, conscious and, lets face it, awesomely cool. In such a city, you’d expect the population […]

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Faces of Austin #9: The Provider, Reenie Collins

As Austinites, we’re blessed to live in a city that is progressive, experiential, experimental, game-changing, conscious and, lets face it, awesomely cool. In such a city, you’d expect the population […]

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Faces of Austin #3: The Creator, Chelsea Howe

As Austinites, we’re blessed to live in a city that is progressive, experiential, experimental, game-changing, conscious and, lets face it, awesomely cool. In such a city, you’d expect the population […]

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Image of the Day: November 17th, 2015

Waller Creek looking amazing as part of the “AT/x” interactive projection on the bridge under 7th St. The show is on until the 21st (weather permitting, I assume). Photo by […]

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