Articles | October 2015

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Texas Book Festival’s Must-Know Authors

Celebrate Texas Book Festival’s 20th anniversary with a few of the most talented women in the industry, from established veterans of writing, to those publishing their first novels. Read on »

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Braving Austin City Limits: ACL Music Festival Weekend One

Whether you spent your weekend swaying to the summery beat of alternative sets or dancing to chart-topping hits by artists like Drake and The Weeknd, Austin City Limits Music Festival offered music for any vibe. Read on »

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Stay Gold

Incorporate one of the latest interior-design trends—gold—into your home with subtle accents or bold statement pieces from home-décor stores found in Austin. Read on »

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Pack Your Bag for the Texas Book Fest

Texas Book Festival is rapidly approaching. Make sure you’re ready to go by packing your bag with everything you need for the day and leaving some room for a few new novels. Read on »

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The Great Escape

Sometimes, you just need to get away from the mess of the city. The areas surrounding Austin provide a variety of trails and sights for hikers, bird watchers and nature lovers. Read on »

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If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen

Austin restaurants and entertainment venues offering Thanksgiving entertainment. Read on »

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ACL Weekend One Artist Write-up

Eighty-degree days and 70-degree nights? Perfect weather was icing on the festival cake last weekend at the Austin City Limits Music Festival. From the vast variety of yummy local foods, to an exceptional... Read on »

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2015 Texas Book Festival

Perfect weather and perfect company make for a great weekend of celebrating literature’s most impressive authors. Read on »

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Lead Singer of Passion Pit Talks Music and Mental Health

In an interview before his show on the Mercedes-Benz Evolution Tour, Michael Angelakos of Passion Pit talked about the creative process behind his music, as well as his mental health and how he copes with the depression side of bipolar disorder. Read on »

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From The Editor: October 2015

Walt Disney once said, “It’s kind of fun to do the impossible,” to which Cervantes replied, “In order to attain the impossible, one must attempt the absurd.”... Read on »

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Kristy’s Top Ten - October 2015

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

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Muse Austin

Spellbinding live music, an enchanting ballet performance and captivating amethyst gowns swirling in a room that pulses with promise and celebration: You could almost mistake Muse Austin for a sumptuous ball from a... Read on »

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The 16th Annual Texas Conference for Women

The 16th annual Texas Conference for Women will be Oct. 15 at the Austin Convention Center. This year’s theme, “The Power of Us,” gears the conference toward inspiring women, encouraging... Read on »

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Lana Carlson

Have you ever noticed a giant melting Popsicle on the corner of Congress Avenue and Cesar Chavez Street? What about a black and white painting of a lady with bright-pink lipstick on the... Read on »

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Austin’s Best Ambassador

Liz Fudell, the Four Seasons’ invaluable resource, on living the life of a concierge. Read on »

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Pasadena

Beyond the Rose Bowl and the Parade of Roses, this iconic city is undergoing a very cool renaissance. Escape the hustle and bustle of LA traffic. Pasadena is close in yet so far away. Read on »

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Wine, Oh!

Break out this fall’s hottest hue. Read on »

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Hello, Merlot!

Drink in these smooth and balanced pieces for your closet and home. Read on »

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Five ACL Artists to check out

The Austin City Limits Music Festival is rarely one to disappoint. This year’s lineup is a fresh fusion of rap, punk, EDM, soul, rock and more—every music lover&rsquo... Read on »

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Bashert

A word with multiple meanings in the creation of the Seton Breast Care Center by lifelong friends Marcia Levy and Susan Lubin. Read on »

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Looking toward 2016 with the influencers of the 2015 Texas Tribune Festival

Even though the 2016 election is more than a year away, it seems to be everywhere: on the news, sprinkled into Facebook feeds and popping up in casual dinner conversation. If you haven’t brought yourself up to speed on the issues yet, don’t worry! We’ve got a rundown of the big issues you’ll likely see in the upcoming debates and viewpoints from three Texas Tribune Festival panelists. Read on »

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Festival Food

Check out AW’s restaurant recommendations for dining during festival season. Read on »

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Managing Diabetes through mindfulness And YOGA

Dr. Lisa B. Nelson and Annie B. Kay discuss their new book, Yoga and Diabetes: Your Guide to Safe and Effective Practice. Read on »

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The Unsettling Facts About Domestic Violence

People often think domestic violence is the act of a man hitting a woman, but it’s more complicated and involved than that. Domestic violence actually encompasses physical, sexual and emotional behaviors... Read on »

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The Most Beautiful woman in the world

The first time Lizzie and I did a sleepover at my house, I picked her up, and on our way to my house, she said, “Obviously, we are stopping to buy matching... Read on »

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Memo from JB: On The Move

When it comes to selling a house, it’s the little things that count. Read on »

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October Horoscopes

Happy Birthday Libra! Read on »

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How Books Have Changed My Life

When the words and characters shape the person you will become, there is no choice but to keep turning the pages. Read on »

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