Articles | March, 2012

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Editor Picks

MUST SEE: Stargazing at the Austin Film Festival You don’t have to hang around Whole Foods Market all week hoping to catch a glimpse of celebrity during this year’s Austin Film... Read on »

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All the Right Questions

Year-End Financial Cleanup Independent financial planner and investment advisor Laura Barnett Lion talks about moves you should make before the year ends / By Susan Lahey and Laura Barnett Lion 1. What strategic investment moves... Read on »

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Peter Max: In Living Color

An impressive collection of pop icon Peter Max’s paintings and works will be available and on display at the Russell Collection Fine Art Gallery March 16 through March 25. View and purchase Max’s... Read on »

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Celebrating Hope

The Nobelity Project prepares to host its fourth Artists and Filmmakers Dinner / By Erica Todd Fancy a fun-filled evening sharing a table with a Texas legend and enjoying the talents of incredible performers... Read on »

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Happy Birthday, Pisces

By Deborah Mastelotto Pisces is the last sign of the Zodiac, so it’s said that you contain an element of each sign. You’re a natural psychic so we should all trust... Read on »

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Work and Play

Seamlessly take this look from the office to happy hour just by swapping accessories / By Erika Cerda and Christine Imperatore / Photos by Caleb Kerr Office Neutralize the brightness of the orange shift dress... Read on »

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Fab Five

Work these five hot trends in to your wardrobe this spring / By Erika Cerda and Christine Imperatore Tribal Vince Camuto platform, $159.98, available at Nordstrom, 2901 S. Capital of Texas Highway, 512.691.2500. Neon Marc by Marc... Read on »

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The Inaugural Austin Food & Wine Festival

C3 and Food & Wine Magazine aim to put Austin on the culinary map / By Nicole Carbon By now, you’ve certainly heard the buzz surrounding this year’s Austin Food & Wine... Read on »

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Stargazing During SXSW

The legendary Continental Club and low-key Hotel San Jose offer the perfect view for celebrity sightings / By Nicole Carbon Each year in March, South By Southwest brings the world to Austin and revs... Read on »

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Training for a Triathlon

Nine things I wish I knew before I jumped in to the sport / By Chrissie Jarrell & Natalie Yerkovich Training and racing in triathlons is an amazing way to stay fit, particularly in... Read on »

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Saving Face

Non-surgical alternatives to plastic surgery / By Jill Case Crow’s feet, frown lines, wrinkles on the forehead— these are the things that prompt women to look for the best ways to make their... Read on »

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Suzi Sosa

Changing the world, forging the next generation of entrepreneurship / By Julie Tereshchuk / Photos by William Russell Michael John Novak fled his home country of Czechoslovakia to escape political oppression. As a globetrotting career... Read on »

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Up and Coming

Four women put aside their fears, trust their guts and follow their hearts / By Joelle Pearson / Photos by Sadie Barton and Caleb Kerr The word “entrepreneur” is often associated with images of Silicon... Read on »

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Austin Woman Magazine 2004-2005

Building community through philanthropic support / By Deborah Hamilton-Lynne By the second anniversary, Austin Woman went glossy, continued to grow, increasing its distribution locations to 500, and became the go-to publication for women in Austin.... Read on »

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Metamorphosis for the Newly Single

Become a beautiful butterfly by breaking out of your cocoon / By Eric Leech You made it through the holidays (Christmas, New Year’s Eve and Valentine’s Day), so put aside the nagging... Read on »

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Roger Davis

Feverish for this fearless firefighter / By Molly McManus / Photo by Rudy Arocha Have you ever had a burning desire to be swept off your feet by a hero? Your prayers have just been... Read on »

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Review: Discover Your CEO Brand

Secrets to Embracing and Maximizing Your Unique Value as a Leader by Suzanne Bates. REVIEWED BY: Erica Todd What do Oprah Winfrey, Mary Kay Ash and Michael Dell all have in common? They... Read on »

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Review: Entrepreneurial DNA

The Genetics of Business: Joe Abraham urges entrepreneurs to accept themselves for who they are REVIEWED BY: Molly Keith Joe Abraham knows people. He’s what you’d call a people person. More... Read on »

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The Passport Party in Austin

A New Kind of Party: Six young women ages 11 to 15 will win a free international trip in a contest hosted by The Passport Party Project and Expedia.com The early teen years are... Read on »

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Recapturing Your Youth

Nothing says “I love you” like a mix tape / By JB Hager / Photo by Rudy Arocha You have probably heard or seen advertisements targeting adult males looking to recapture the energy and virility... Read on »

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Morgan Jackson

Finding the love makes all the difference in a successful and satisfying business / By Meg Haley “I finally realized that I was what made the inn special. It was a hard thing to... Read on »

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Unstoppable Women

The wonderful world of three wise women / By Molly McManus / Photos by Korey Howell “Have you ever been around a group of really powerful women?” asks Maya Watson, marketing manager of Harpo Studios,... Read on »

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Everything an Entrepreneur Needs

A simple visit with the Small Business Development Program can give new and existing business owners the tools and tips they need to succeed / By Claire Cella You know that business endeavor you... Read on »

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Creating Entrepreneurs

The Herb Kelleher Center for Entrepreneurship fosters young entrepreneurs as they enter the business world / By Jane Field Visitors to the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas first see an... Read on »

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Making the Entrepreneurial Leap

By Dianna Amorde / Illustration by Sarah Quatrano Some people know from their first lemonade stand that they’re meant to be entrepreneurs. Some are forced to mold themselves in to entrepreneurs because their... Read on »

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Review: High Octane Women

Burnt Out? Psychologist Dr. Sherrie Bourg Carter knows why working women are perpetually exhausted- and what you can do to manage your stress before it all becomes too much to handle REVIEWED BY:... Read on »

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Foodie Alert: Easy Tiger

A Bakery and Beer Garden Taking Dirty to Dynamite Easy Tiger opens on East Sixth Street By Nicole Carbon It’s a bakery. No, it’s a beer garden. Actually, it’s both!... Read on »

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What If…?

What If...? With the benefit of new capital and credibility, Dell Social Innovation Challenge winners are changing lives throughout the globe. BY: Julie Tereshchuk What if every student believed they could change the... Read on »

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SXSW Tips and Film Picks

Traffic: With parking at a premium ($30 in some lots), the Austin Police Department suggests using the city and state lots, where the prices will not be jacked up for South By Southwest. City... Read on »

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SXSW Street Eats

By Rachel Merriman Hungry South By Southwest attendees braved the rain Saturday afternoon for some trailer-food treats at the third-annual Foodspotting Street Food Fest, where some of Austin’s best names in the... Read on »

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Best of the Blogs: Growing Your Business

Record numbers of women are starting their own businesses. It's the road to independence--and it's a 24/7 challenge. Don't let the entrepreneurial life overwhelm you. Here's a collection of tips and techniques to keep... Read on »

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Editor's Pick:

Bernie The true story of the murder trial of funeral director Bernie Tiede taken from the pages of TX Monthly and written by Skip Hollingsworth. Jack Black gives a stellar performance as Tiede... Read on »

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Girl Model at SXSW

By Joelle Pearson Girl Model is a  documentary that follows a 13-year Russian model (Nadya) and her ambivalent scout (Ashley Arbaugh) as Nadya is caravanned across Tokyo in hopes of landing a contract.... Read on »

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The Multifarious Faces of Austin

The first installment of community screenings showcases a collection of new short films depicting a variety of subjects. By: Erica Todd With their melange of topics including refugees, rowers and vegetable growers, the... Read on »

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Modern Manufacturing at the GE Garage

Tech experts share their expertise about a variety of innovative machinery that produces exciting inventions. By: Erica Todd   Nestled on the corner of 4th and Guadalupe is the GE Garage, an interactive... Read on »

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Cover Women 2004–2005

In 2004–2005, Austin Woman featured a successful screenwriter, the First Lady of Texas, politicians, educators and role models for businesswomen everywhere. By: Jane Field Linda Burzynski and Georgia Jones’ (September 2005) company, CMIT solutions, continues... Read on »

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SXSW Review: Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines

SXSW Review: Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines (Dir. Kristy Guevara-Flanagan, Prod. Kelcey  Edwards) By Joelle Pearson "Superheroines" is not a word that my spellcheck recognizes. After seeing this film, I... Read on »

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Nurturing the New and Notable

Early this year, Austin hatched a new program aimed at nurturing and encouraging the city’s diverse industries. By Claire Cella Before anything in this world is born entirely ready, it—whatever it... Read on »

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