Articles | Austin Woman June 2015

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Five Summer Reads Perfect for Father’s Day

A great gift for Father’s Day, these top literary reads of the summer are suitable for a relaxing late night or a productive weekend. Read on »

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More Young Women to Watch

Girls have dreams, but we often dismiss them as lofty and temporal. We don’t realize the potential these bright minds have. Here are three girls who overcame their age to pursue their goals. Read on »

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A Healthy Way to Detox: Daily Greens 4-Day Cleanse

In her new book, Daily Greens 4-Day Cleanse, former AW cover woman Shauna Martin aims to share her story in order to empower others to take control of their health. Read on »

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Summer Kids Camp Returns to Alamo Drafthouse

Alamo Drafthouse is offering children and parents affordable summer entertainment with weekly movie screenings at all Austin locations. Read on »

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Shaken, Not Stirred: National Martini Day

In honor of National Martini Day on June 19, we tasted some of the best martinis offered in Austin to help you celebrate in style. Read on »

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Best of the Blogs: Butterlust

Melt into baker’s bliss with this sinfully delicious peanut butter chocolate cake, exclusively brought to you from the baking blog by Austinite Katie Wahlman. Read on »

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Will Run for Food

A participant’s highlights from the Fit Foodie 5K Race Weekend. Read on »

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On the Right Track

Movement Tracks Project will enable the Center for Music Therapy to treat a greater number of patients and positively impact more lives through the power of music. Read on »

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Stars Under the Stars: Austin’s Outdoor Movies

This complete outdoor summer movie calendar, from the classic cool of the drive-in to the vibrancy of the music scene, gives the opportunity to spend a fun evening beneath the Texas sky. Read on »

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ATX Staycation Directory

​In our July issue, we took you to four different staycation ideas, each based around a different hotel and locale: the Four Seasons, Heywood Hotel, Lake Austin Spa Resort and the W. We’re now bringing you a directory of every place mentioned in the staycation guide including the recommended hotels, restaurants and shopping spots. Read on »

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From The Editor

Transcending age and time: It is a concept that fascinates people, including me. I loved the variety of answers from our contributors when they were asked, “What is something that transcends age... Read on »

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Kristy’s Top 10

June’s to-do list from 365 Things To Do In Austin, Texas. Read on »

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Art Bra Austin

Inspiring survivors model creative designs for local breast cancer services and resources. Read on »

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Three Times the Impact

The third annual ATX Man Golf Classic on March 27 had twenty-five teams challenge the pristine Hill Country layout at Austin’s River Place Country Club. There were 18 charities—one for each hole on the golf course—creating awaremeness for their specific causes and raising money. Read on »

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Horoscopes

Happy Birthday, Gemini!  (May 22–June 20)  Your month: You’re a human dynamo, an  exploding volcano, Mighty Mouse coming to  save the day. And like the song says,... Read on »

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Taking a Bite Out of the Big Apple

Three itineraries for visiting New York City based on location, location, location. Read on »

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Good Reads, Poolside Edition

The summer is the ideal time to catch up on your   reading list. With a handmade cocktail and a pool to   lounge by, who says only college kids have... Read on »

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Austin Fashion Week Comes of Age

Austin Fashion Week is one of the most anticipated fashion events in town, and this year marked a very impressive seven years for the week-long focus on fashion. Events during the week included... Read on »

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The Last Straw

Staw accessories will keep you cool and stylish this summer. Read on »

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Love Ding

Summer décor essentials from design authority Denise Roberts. Read on »

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Claire Brody on the Rise

Interior-designer Claire Brody’s top tips and tricks for elevating your outdoor space into the sanctuary you always dreamed of. Read on »

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Addicted to Peaches

Recipes for those who cannot get enough of this luscious and healthy fruit. Read on »

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Your Sexual Health

What you need to know at any age. Read on »

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Yoga for All

Have a Zen summer with one of Austin’s many yoga options for people of all ages. Read on »

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Isabella Rose Taylor

At age 14, Isabella Rose Taylor is a prodigy. She was recently named to Fast Company’s list of 100 Most Creative People in Business, and her fashions are carried by Nordstrom nationwide. She has garnered national attention from both the business community and fashionistas for her design savvy and entrepreneurial bent. Taylor set out to express herself creatively and to share the realization of her vision with other women, no matter what their age. Read on »

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Young Women To Watch

Keep your eyes peeled for these three young women looking toward the horizon and moving in the direction of their dreams. Read on »

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Timeless Style

We talked with four bloggers and four stylists from Austin to gauge their thoughts on timeless fashion, how personal identity is achieved through clothing and what it means to have style at any age. Read on »

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Walking in High Cotton

Baby boomers are creating successful and satisfying second acts. Read on »

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When Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder

I’m starting to believe that I might be far better at a virtual relationship than actually interacting with my wife. I’ve never been great in public settings, and the... Read on »

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Settling into the Calm Before the Storm

The joys of offering advice via text messaging and connecting through shared experiences and modern technology. Read on »

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Magatte Wade

Founder of Austin-based Tiossan on her unique approach to well-being and starting a revolution. Read on »

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Guiding your Reputation

Advice from communications and crisis-management expert Bonnie Caver. Read on »

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Meet The WBENC Co-Chairs

CEO advice on how to make the most of the WBENC conference. Read on »

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Age Is Just A Number

Countering stereotypes and mobilizing as a millennial. Read on »

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