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    Life is about to get a whole lot busier in Austin’s startup and tech ecosystems. Article by Brent Wistrom From ATX Startup Week to Dell-EMC World and Austin Inno’s 50 on Fire, there’s a lot to pack your calendar with this fall and early winter. So, we’re breaking it down so that you can plan […]
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    We’ve got an abbreviated version of the inno-approved events listing today so we’ll cut to the chase and let you know everything you need to know about startup and tech events going on this week. Article by Billy Utt Tuesday October 11th Today is National Coming Out Day and what better way to celebrate diversity […]
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    The number of festivals, carnivals, fairs, and cook-offs is heating up as the weather cools off. It’s time to go exploring. Article by Gerald E. McLeod Artist Donald Judd arrived in Marfa in 1973 and made lasting changes to the desert landscape until his death in 1994. His legacy is a world-class art center that […]
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    The Atlantic’s video series “Saturday Night in America” is about uncovering pockets of nightlife across the nation. This episode takes place in Austin, Texas, and profiles a pedicab driver, the owner of a honky-tonk bar, and members of a band called The Octopus Project. Despite a continuous influx of new people into the city, small […]
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    Walk the streets of Austin, and sooner or later you’ll encounter Willie Nelson. Visions of our city’s greatest living icon pop up all over town, from SoCo to the Drag to the Red River District to, well, of course, the stretch of Second Street now known as Willie Nelson Boulevard. Recent new murals that have […]
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    AUSTIN – Austin police data from 2015 reveals which areas in Austin have the most crimes in town. Article by Brandon Jones The Riverside zip code 78741, which borders Town Lake and runs from Congress Avenue to Ben White Boulevard, was the most crime-ridden area out of all the Austin zip codes. Investigators say several […]
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    Welcome to Eater Austin’s events roundup of the best upcoming local dining and drinking festivals, classes, workshops, pop-ups, dinners, fundraisers, and more. Updated twice a week, this is your one-stop-stop for Austin and beyond events worthy of your time and stomach. Article by Elizabeth Leader Smith Have an event you’d like to see listed here? […]
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    It’s no secret that the Austin Food and Wine Alliance can throw one heckuva party. Indeed, when I broke my arm the afternoon before Live Fire! this spring, I did what any other red-blooded American would have done – I walked over to H-E-B to buy a sling and drank a quick glass of bubbles […]
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    AUSTIN — Women have been registering to vote at a faster pace than men in Texas while people with Hispanic surnames represent about one fourth of the newly registered voters across the state. That’s according to an analysis of new voter information done by a veteran Republican data consultant. Article by The Texas Secretary of […]
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    AUSTIN (KXAN) — Seven people die each day due to home fires and 36 are injured, which the Red Cross says is preventable. Aritcle by Claire Ricke As a part of National Preparedness Month, the Red Cross is offering the Austin community a chance to potentially save a life by having a free smoke alarm installed […]