Articles | December 2016

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Memo from JB: Simple Gifts

A tribute to my grandmother and the little things in life. Read on »

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Take a Hike

Trails never fail to work the mind and body. Read on »

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Hydration Station

IV therapy services tout numerous health benefits. Read on »

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Seeing Red

From lush, red-velvet settees to crimson leather loungers, these three tucked-away locales add an air of decadence to the art of imbibing. Read on »

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Entertain the Past at Eberly

South Lamar Boulevard’s latest dining establishment serves up contemporary American cuisine with a side of history. Read on »

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Heck of a Hanukkah

Celebrate the festival of lights for all eight nights with a Texas twist. Read on »

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Northern Lights

Allison Jaffe illuminates the holidays with a merry and modern Nordic design philosophy. Read on »

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Monochromatic Mood

This season, pick a color and commit to it, head to toe. Read on »

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Bronze Metal

Add some copper to this winter’s smoky eye. Read on »

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All I Want for Christmas…

…is to go home with something from the Armadillo Christmas Bazaar. Read on »

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A Sunday in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, with Jeannie Ralston

How the author and budding entrepreneur—and the former owner of a lavender farm in Blanco, Texas—spends her ideal weekend abroad. Read on »

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Where the Treetops Glisten

From now on, your troubles will be out of sight. Read on »

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A Toast of Two Cover Women Past

Susan Dell and Rochelle Rae dish on the changes in their lives since each graced the cover of Austin Woman. Read on »

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Delivering Hope

The CareBox Program team is putting the ‘treat’ back in treatment. Read on »

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Making Spirits Bright

Margaret Jabour spills her holiday entertaining secrets to Austin Woman Publisher Melinda Garvey. Read on »

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Always on Call

On the heels of the National Domestic Violence Hotline’s 20th anniversary, CEO Katie Ray-Jones discusses the importance of picking up the phone and starting a conversation. Read on »

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Women in numbers

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

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ON THE SCENE: Kristy’s Top 10

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

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From the Editor: December 2016

Chestnuts roasting on an open fire Jack Frost nipping at your nose Yuletide carols being sung by a choir And folks dressed up like Eskimos That stanza was not written about Christmas in... Read on »

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A League of Their Own

Four creative confectioners remind us why, when it comes to chocolate, you never know what you’re going to get. Read on »

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The Pursuit of Purpose

When Melissa Hinnant became pregnant with her first child, she didn’t know she’d lose the baby. She also didn’t know that six years later, she’d... Read on »

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In Review: Dolly Parton

At Austin’s Frank Erwin Center in front of 15,000 worshipping fans, the incomparable Dolly Parton performed like the musical icon she is. Read on »

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Checking in: Tawny Hammond

As the director of Austin Animal Services, Tawny Hammond is leading the largest no-kill community in the U.S., and helping rescued pets find a home for the holidays. Read on »

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Recipe Reveal: Holiday Sweet Treats

Two of our town’s most creative and beloved pastry chefs spill the secret recipes behind their best-selling desserts. Read on »

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Her Story: Keri Anderson on the Art of Growing

As the owner of East Austin’s build-your-own-terrarium bar, Slavonk & Hortus Terraria, Keri Anderson is riding out the succulent trend with notable success. Read on »

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Checking In: Ashley Lynn Sherman

When Ashley Lynn Sherman was a young girl, she dreamed of being a dancer in The Nutcracker. This year, she celebrates her 15th year dancing center stage in Ballet Austin’s production at The Long Center. Read on »

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Her Story: Leah Davies

As the board president of the Trail of Lights Foundation, Leah Davies helps empower those around her with a spirit of positivity and excitement for the season of giving. Read on »

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Milk and Cookies With Mrs. Claus

Deborah Parsons and her husband, Guy Benson, have been dressing up as Santa and Mrs. Claus for the last eight years. In partnership with the Operation Blue Santa program, it’s their small way of helping children in need have a brighter Christmas. Read on »

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Mush!

After dog sledding through Alaska, Austinite Carla Luna Smith discovered a spirited history of the women who revolutionized the snowy sport. Read on »

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