Safe Haven: What happens when Syrian refugees come to Austin

By Shelley Seale When the world thinks of Austin, they think of coming here to have a great time. But they have learned that they will find help here, too, […]

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YIMBY: Austinites Pushing for Urbanization

By Sam Sumpter It’s no secret that Austin’s rapid growth has been met with some serious apprehension and, in many cases, even outright opposition. Whether it’s the loud complaints cued […]

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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 #21: The Giver, Laurie Loew

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 #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 #18: The Visionary, Alan Graham

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 #17: The New Guy, Peter Mullan

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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