Articles | Austin Woman April 2016

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Austin Gives With Metropia

What if you knew there is a way to reduce carbon-dioxide emissions, plant trees, donate meals and earn free breakfast tacos, all while navigating traffic on your way to work? Save time on your commute and give back to the community, all from the palm of your hand. Read on »

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Ann Returns to Austin Feistier and Better Than Ever

Holland Taylor brings her critically acclaimed play to the Topfer Theatre at Zach Theatre. Read on »

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Sneak Peek: Playing House

Austin’s rental home market has experienced a boost in recent years, and these party homes are set to surpass every one of your standards. Read on »

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Austin’s Top 9 Co-working Spaces

Even if you’re not a freelancer, contract worker or new entrepreneur, these top co-working spots might just have you working remotely tomorrow. Read on »

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Veronica Beard: One Fashion Line, Two Sisters-in-law With the Same Name

AW caught up with the founders of New York-based elevated sportswear brand Veronica Beard, who will debut their Spring 2016 collection at this years MJ&M fashion show April 15. Read on »

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Recap: International Women’s Day Awards

To celebrate International Women’s Day April 8, Ten Thousand Villages recognized these fine Austin women for their achievements in the community. Read on »

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Setting Her Own Pace

Meet Ileana Abounader, the triathlete, software engineer and mother of two who’s running the Boston Marathon for her first time on April 18. Read on »

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Redefining The Typical Engineer

As the director of the Women in Engineering program at the University of Texas, Tricia Berry spends her time encouraging more women to enter science and technology fields, which are still largely male-dominated. Read on »

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Letter From The Editor: April 2016

This is our first-ever technology issue. According to Merriam- Webster, technology is “the practical application of knowledge, especially in a particular area.” That’s one of several definitions i found,... Read on »

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Kristy’s Top 10: April 2016

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

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Women In Numbers: April 2016

Facts and figures on females from throughout the world. Read on »

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2016 Women Of Distinction

Girl Scouts of Central Texas celebrates five of austin’s most esteemed women. Read on »

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The Power of Youth

Three women take on their male-dominated industry. Read on »

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Let’s Taco ‘Bout It: Raising Hell in the Tech Realm

Listen in on a candid conversation with Austin Woman publisher Melinda Garvey and Dell’s entrepreneur-in-residence, Elizabeth Gore. Read on »

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Technical Advice

Rise to the top with these tips from five female tech executives. Read on »

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Travel: See-worthy

It turns out, there’s more to Galveston than massive cruise ships and months-long Mardi Gras celebrations. Read on »

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Don’t Worry; Be Appy!

From sun up to sun down, here are the must-have apps to help get you through the day. Read on »

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Style: April Showers

Sprinkle your wet-weather wardrobe with puddle-jumping-worthy style, and you’ll be singing and dancing (dryly) in the rain. Read on »

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Rapt Up

Designers flaunted their favorite Fall trends—and fought an industry norm—at New York Fashion Week. Read on »

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Beauty: Battle Lines

Wage a war against breakouts and blemishes. Read on »

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Playing House

Invitations sealed and sent—check. Bottles of Champagne chilling—check. Now all you have to do is pretend like you own the place. Read on »

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Day and Night

Whitney Wolfe describes Bumble, her delightfully vibrant dating app, more like a 2 p.m. spin class than a 2 a.m. dingy nightclub. Now, Wolfe and Bumble are spreading their wings, empowering women and rethinking what it means to live the happiest life possible. Read on »

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Now Hiring: Diversity

As the founders of recruitHer, Ashley Doyal and Gina Helfrich have one mission: to advance diversity in the technology industry. Now, with clients like Pinterest, Pandora and RetailMeNot, these two women and their Austin-based recruiting firm are proving why diversity is critical to candidates as well as companies. Read on »

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To Market, to Market

Even though the Austin winter weather could easily be mistaken for springtime, April is the first month when real spring produce is officially available. Strawberries, carrots and corn—yes, corn—are ripe for the picking from local farmers markets, and are the perfect ingredients for revamping a few recipes. A little sweet, a little salty and a little savory, these three dishes will be the talk of the season. Read on »

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Out With the Old, In With the New

Revamped restaurant spaces are taking over the town. Read on »

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It’s Conceivable!

The answer to your pregnancy prayers is a fertility app personalized just for you. Read on »

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Smartwatch Study

Austin Woman took to the streets to ask local women about their favorite fitness gadgets. The results are in. Read on »

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Those Tech-Savvy Teens

What getting schooled by my daughter means for her generation. Read on »

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Breaking Free From Technology

Canoe oars lap rhythmically into the emerald- green water beneath Barton Springs; two bikers bicker about who’s been living here the longest and how much they’ve seen the city... Read on »

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