Articles | November 2016

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Her Story: BookWoman Owner Susan Post

She’s spent the past 41 years keeping her feminism-focused bookstore alive. Today, it’s one of only 15 women-owned and -operated bookstores in the U.S.—and the only one of its kind in Texas. Read on »

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Top Tips: Holiday Snafus No More

Kim Shrum, founder of Austin-based travel service Key Concierge, divulges her top tips for making this holiday season a seamless and happy one. Read on »

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In the Studio:

The owner of Iona Handcrafted Books didn’t set out to spend her life making artisan journals, but she wouldn’t want her path to have led her any other way. Read on »

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Modern Love: A Q+A with Elizabeth Danze

As the interim dean of the UT School of Architecture, Danze wears a number of hats, two of which she says are her main loves: teaching and practicing architecture. Read on »

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A Walk Through Magnolia Market

Before the holiday rush, we took a trip to Magnolia Market in Waco, Texas, to scope out all the fuss. Read on »

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Recap: Bitchin’ Babes Brunch

For a foodie town, Austin is lucky to be represented by such an amazing array of female chefs. Read on »

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Don’t Miss: Art From the Streets

Nov. 19 and 20, more than 40 artists from Austin’s homeless and formerly homeless community will display their masterpieces at the Austin Convention Center. Read on »

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From The Editor: November 2016

My husband and I inherited—and by inherited, I mean we casually took from my parents’ garage—a vintage black traveling trunk that now serves as our coffee table. My... Read on »

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Kristy’s Top 10: November’s to-do list

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

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Women in Numbers: November 2016

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

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Cupcakes With A Cause

Lori Schneider, founder and CCO (chief cupcake officer) of The Cupcake bar, is brightening the lives of children in need, one customized cupcake at a time. Read on »

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Let’s Taco ‘Bout It: Extinguished Service

Miraculum founder Ann-Christine langselius chats with Austin Woman Publisher melinda Garvey about her growing business and how she’s working to not set the world on fire. Read on »

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Playtime By Design

With her Popup Play app, Amelia Cosgrove is turning little iPad lovers into the tinkerers of tomorrow. Read on »

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A Sunday in NOLA with Chef Sarah McIntoSh of Épicerie

She knows where to go for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner and drinks. The rest is up to you. Read on »

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Little Luxuries: Spell-Bound

For the past 22 years, a studio owner in East Austin has been putting pen to paper, handcrafting leather into miniature masterpieces. Read on »

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Story Time

Clear your nightstand. The Texas Book Festival and Texas’ most famous librarian have your reading list covered. Read on »

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Cape Town

You don’t have to break the bank when putting together your coolest fall looks. Read on »

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Tassel Mania

The smallest detail makes the biggest statement when it comes to this season’s bags. Read on »

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Table Talk

Place settings don’t have to be perfect—just perfect for you. Read on »

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Kim Possible

Kim Lewis calls herself a little lady with big ideas. It’s an apt description, as her petite stature puts her height well below that of most people. But most people probably... Read on »

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Their Big Fat Gypsy Dream

Perhaps you’ve tuned to their show, Junk Gypsy, on HGTV. Perhaps you’ve bartered over a shabby-but-chic relic at the Junk Gypsy Co. World Headquarters in Round Top, Texas. Or... Read on »

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Spice Advice

Just in time for Thanksgiving, three Austin chefs share their Southern seasoning secrets. Read on »

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The Taste of Time

Hudson’s on the Bend is back from its summer hiatus and luring locals to fall in love with the critically acclaimed (and now rejuvenated) restaurant all over again. Read on »

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Home Brews

Toast the cold-and-flu season with these immune-boosting household concoctions. Read on »

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Snack Attack

We asked nutrition-and-wellness blogger Jennifer Fisher of thefitfork.com for a few of her favorite go-to healthy holiday snacks. Read on »

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Memo from JB: Dinner’s Ready!

How I responded when I found an unlikely cook in the kitchen. Read on »

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Hall of Flame

Austin’s first female fire chief (and former Austin Woman cover woman), Rhoda Mae Kerr, discusses glass ceilings, role models and the word she wants to extinguish. Read on »

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