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Lyrics of Love

College student Frances Sheinberg harnesses her musical talent to connect with her peers. Read on »

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Minds of Change

A shift in thinking is setting the next generation apart—and ahead. Read on »

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Take Her Mark

Olympic sprinter Courtney Okolo is on track to win more gold. Read on »

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Snack Attack

Buying locally made nutrition bars is beneficial, in more ways than one. Read on »

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The Signs Of Cervical Cancer

Here’s the info women need to know now. Read on »

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Drinks on the DL

Neighborly vibes abound at these two downtown locales. Read on »

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A Taste of Peru

This new East Austin food bus packs a punch. Read on »

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Flavors of Summer

An afternoon outing to the farmers market is all you need for a spark of meal inspiration. Read on »

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East Austin Living

Eclecticism is on display inside interior designer Jennifer Fisher’s entertainment area. Read on »

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Dress Debut

The University of Texas’ fashion seniors show glimpses of their final collections. Read on »

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Five Books for Summer

Rejuvenate your reading list with these young-adult novels. Read on »

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A Musician’s Guide to Havana, Cuba

Rising Cuban artist Dayme Arocena follows her rhythm in the city of eternal summer. Read on »

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It Takes Two

Young filmmakers Selen Flores and Hannah Smith go behind the scenes of their first post-graduation film, Margot Read on »

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Young and Restless

Two college students, Angela Jin and Nishiki Maredia, channeled their love for boy band One Direction into a social-justice movement. Read on »

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To College and Beyond

Ashley Moyer turned her love for teaching and education into a full-time job, but not in the way she originally expected. Read on »

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Drop the Mic

We listen in on a candid conversation with some of Austin’s youngest radio hosts. Read on »

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Your Child Can Start a Business

As a parent, here are six approachable steps to take. Read on »

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Women in Numbers June 2017

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

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Save the Date June 2017

Check out the June agenda from our favorite local insiders. Read on »

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From the Editor June 2017

Support is crucial to success. I’m sure you don’t need me to tell you that, but it’s a reminder I found reiterated throughout this issue. Whether that... Read on »

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The Business of Blogging

Three hustling bloggers and social-media mavens divulge the truth behind what it takes to be an influencer. Read on »

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Striking a Chord

Rising phenom and classical pianist turned blues guitarist Jackie Venson discusses the journey behind establishing her music’s genre-crossing message. Read on »

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Just Passing Through: Phoebe Hunt

Phoebe Hunt, one of Rolling Stone’s Country Artists to Watch, returns home June 2 to celebrate the release of her new album, Shanti’s Shadow. Read on »

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From Facts to Fiction: Olga Campos Benz

After an extensive career in front of the camera, former broadcast journalist Olga Campos Benz captures life in the newsroom in her new novel, It’s News to Me. Read on »

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Fem and Fashionable

As the owner and designer of Austin-based lifestyle brand Daisy Natives, Sarah Eckett is using her fashion sense to empower women. Read on »

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Running Forward, Taking the Next Steps

​​BANGS Shoes Founder and CEO Hannah Davis shares the story of her company’s unexpected start and subsequent growth. Read on »

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Let’s Go Camping

​ Are you looking for a weekend getaway? Check out Camp No Counselors, the ultimate adult summer camp with luxury bunks and booze included. Read on »

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ATX Art: the Women Behind the Work

​Women & Their Work Executive Director Chris Cowden and painter Laura Lit discuss the gallery and Lit’s new show. Read on »

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