Articles | september 2016

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Based on Adair

Sandra Adair, the longtime Austinite and Oscarnominated film editor, details the challenges of the cutting-room floor, her more than two-decades-long collaboration with director Richard Linklater and stepping into the director role for the first time. Read on »

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The Marvelous Sophie Parrott

We caught up with the tour de force who plays host to some of the most glamorous grown-up tea parties in town. Read on »

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Bridge: There’s a New Game in Town

​Fall classes for this trending activity are starting soon. Read on »

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Looking Back: The Year in Review

A compilation of memorable quotes from this year’s cover women. Read on »

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A Detour in the Right Direction

Cyndi Lauper performed at ACL Live Saturday night. Here’s what we took away. Read on »

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Food News: Picnik

The beloved South Lamar coffee spot has expanded its menu with a new brick-and-mortar location in North Austin. Read on »

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Checking In: Kayla Elizondo, Discover LOLA

This resilient, budding tech entrepreneur hasn’t let life’s curveballs stop her from pursuing her dream career in fashion. Read on »

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Catching Up: Shannon Sedwick

It’s been more than 12 years since Shannon Sedwick appeared in the cover of Austin Woman, and she has been busy. In 2009, she won the B. Iden Payne Award, which recognizes outstanding... Read on »

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How to Host a Football Watch Party for the Ages

Football season is back, and it’s time to show all your friends you’re the best watch party hostess of the season. Read on »

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Slideshow: Game Day Fashion

Whether you’re in attendance at this year’s UT vs. OU showdown or are watching the Red River Rivalry game from afar, Tricia Roberts of Adelante Boutique has a few fall outfit ideas in mind to keep you on your game. Read on »

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From the Publisher

As I sat down to write this letter, I kept trying to remember back to 2002, and what—if anything—I was thinking the future looked like for Austin Woman. Back in... Read on »

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Kristy’s Top 10: September 2016

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

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Women In Numbers: September 2016

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

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Let’s Taco ‘Bout It: School of Thought

Just in time for class, Austin Woman Publisher Melinda Garvey talks candidly with Donna Balser about role models, GPAs and finding quality time with your kids that doesn’t include homework. Read on »

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Austin Gives With Seek Wander Share

Armed with a passion for fashion, business partners Melissa Rivera and Jennifer Harding are on a mission to support talented artisans from throughout the world. Read on »

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Pulling Rank

After relocating from New York, Rank & Style is finding its fashionable feet in Austin, thanks to the three women now in charge. Read on »

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Dressed for Success

With Bellgray, Annie Shafran is taking the work out of choosing your professional wardrobe. Read on »

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Travel: The Allure of the Detour

These three weathered West Texas outposts continue to play host to passersby in search of a brief respite from the road. Read on »

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Walk the Walk

Two new authors tell Austin Woman Publisher Melinda Garvey how they did more than just talk the talk. Read on »

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Roundup: Fashionably Great

These five must-have Austin finds are in our rotation for the month of September. Read on »

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Little Luxuries: Stay on Your Grind

This is not your next run-of-the-mill electronic kitchen gadget. Read on »

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The Happiest Hour

Transition from conference room to cocktail lounge in flawless style this fall. Read on »

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Beauty: Falling For You

Evoke a subtle, autumnal glow with soft, sunset hues. Read on »

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Rooftop Reflections

Say goodbye to summer with a shimmering, sparkly outdoor soiree. Read on »

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The Smart Girls Have Arrived

Meredith Walker is a woman on a mission. As the executive director of Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls, headquartered in Austin, and with the help of Poehler herself, Walker is determined to empower young girls to be themselves, especially if, like her, they’re more than a little unconventional. Read on »

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Gourmet: Bowl of Berries

Sample the latest superfood sweeping through Austin. Read on »

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Off the Leash

As the hazy days of summer slowly start to fade, raise a toast to these four dog-friendly bars ready to host your next outdoor drinking excursion. Read on »

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Food News: The Golden Aura of L’Oca d’Oro

Humble Italian cooking comes of age in an era of refined, contemporary cuisine. Read on »

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The Add-one-thing Challenge

Break up with dieting for good with this lasting approach. Read on »

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The Truth About the Thyroid

Don’t get knocked off the hormonal balance beam. Read on »

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Fear of the Unknown

“Do you miss being on the radio?” That is a question I get almost daily. Assuming most of you don’t know me, I was on a radio morning show... Read on »

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Making a Difference Through Friendship and Service

From her early years with the king of Texas football to her unwavering commitment to Alzheimer’s research, Edith Royal recounts to Austin Woman the joys of being surrounded by loyal loved ones. Read on »

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