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Ramona Flume

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Ramona Flume is a freelance writer, editor, photographer and design enthusiast with a penchant for foolish, fresh laid plans. Outside of her Culture Map column, "Inner City Sanctums," her work is featured regularly in several print and online publications, including Austin Monthly, Texas Highways, Gogobot, Austin HOME and In the Know Traveler. Follow her adventures at www.ramonaflume.com.

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Inner City Sanctums

Ann Lowe Design delivers chic, affordable style for any space and shares how

By Ramona Flume

The natural world is the main inspiration for local designer and stylist Ann Lowe, whose unique aesthetic is typified by organic materials, natural light and a streamlined minimalism. “I love ...


Inner City Sanctums

What in the Sam Hill? Treasure hunting with Austin's newest vintage menswear shop

By Ramona Flume

Before opening vintage menswear shop, Sam Hill, Kyle Muller had always wanted to be Indiana Jones. Just without the boring day job. He actually gave archeology the old college try ...


Inner City Sanctums

The East Side's new Canopy studios aim to create a collective home for local artists

By Ramona Flume

“My first thought when I saw the construction was ‘condos,’” Miguel Alvarez, a local filmmaker, says about the time he first noticed the new Canopy studio spaces going up on ...


Inner City Sanctums

The GoodeTime Gals serve up classic cocktails with timeless chic and modern flair

By Ramona Flume

Lindsey Reynolds and Cameron Cooper are modern women. They’re both graduates of UT’s prestigious Texas Creative program and are now full-time execs at two of the city’s ...


Art Openings

MASS Gallery opens the doors to its new East Side home

By Ramona Flume

MASS is back, Austin. The unique visual arts and live performance gallery — founded in 2006 by emerging local artists and University of Texas grad students, with the help of Fusebox ...


Inner City Sanctums

Inside Kong Screen Printing of "Welcome to Austin, Please Don't Move Here" fame

By Ramona Flume

I almost expected to find an assembly line layout, teeming with designers, assistants and interns, when I first approached the sprawling, 4,000 square-foot Quonset hut studio of Kong Screen ...


Psychedelic Premieres

Texas' Longest Hammer Choir debuts Thursday at Jo's Coffee on South Congress

By Ramona Flume

In November 2011, local artist Andy Rihn invited hundreds of denim-clad Texans to an isolated, otherworldly dirt farm to be a part of something strange: Texas’ Longest Hammer Choir. Now ...


Inner City Sanctums

The spirit lives on at legendary Hyde Park raucous party house turned immaculate creative space

By Ramona Flume

Hyde Park is an exciting place to live and work. Just north of the UT campus, it’s an historic neighborhood filled with 19th century Victorian homes and 1920s bungalows ...


Inner City Sanctums

Noah Marion Quality Goods brings people home, proving art is not useless

By Ramona Flume

On a recent afternoon, Noah Marion is hunched over one of his three worktables in his West Austin home studio. He’s just finished up a perfectly uniform stitch on ...


Inner City Sanctums

Adam Young's Songs of the Early Riser makes art gallery and collective Common House feel like home

By Ramona Flume

Arriving at Common House, on 49th Street and Airport Blvd, is more like pulling up to a friend's house than an art collective or gallery space. Faded yellow paint ...


Inner City Sanctums

Shelter for the Soul: Jack Sanders of Design Build Adventure talks good design, summer camp and the Sandlot way of life

By Ramona Flume

Every day, Jack Sanders owner and founder of the full-service East Austin design company Design Build Adventure, is outside working on some sort of design or construction project under the ...


Inner City Sanctums

A look inside Shearwater drummer Thor Harris' handcrafted East Side home

By Ramona Flume

I can’t see the street address when I drive up to local drummer Thor Harris’ house, but I know I’m at the right place. Hanging skulls and ceramic ...


Inner City Sanctums

Jackie Young and the effervescent spirit of Hotel San Jose

By Ramona Flume

Tastemaker. It's a role that sounds as enigmatic and unattainable as a shaman or Willy Wonka to most people, but can inevitably be found in every walk of life ...


Inner City Sanctums

Treat yourself to a SXSW detox retreat at Lake Austin Spa Resort

By Ramona Flume

Finally, the masses of skinny jeaned hipsters and badge-wearing out-of-towners have evacuated our city. Now thoroughfares are navigable. Our favorite brunch spots have available tables. The only thing still experiencing ...


Inner City Sanctums

AMOA-Arthouse's Art on the Green exhibit lets you hit the links at Laguna Gloria

By Ramona Flume

Art on the Green (March 9-May 20), AMOA’s new interactive exhibition on the Laguna Gloria grounds, has opened up a temporary portal into the childlike world of imagination and ...


Articulating Art

Jules Buck Jones’ animal installations go wild in Blanton’s plaza

By Ramona Flume

Local artist Jules Buck Jones has just set his wildlife-inspired installations loose at the Blanton Museum’s Faulkner Plaza, just in time for this past Saturday’s Explore UT, the ...


otherworldly escapes

El Cosmico offers a mystical disconnect for modern day travelers

By Ramona Flume

Something happens to you in the West Texas desert. Anyone who has driven through the tiny towns of Marathon or Marfa or explored Big Bend National Park can attest to ...


Inner City Sanctums

East Austin's Monofonus Press cranks out creative collaborations

By Ramona Flume

Something new is in the works at Monofonus Press. But that’s pretty standard here at this East Austin record label and multimedia organization.  I stopped by recently to talk ...


pamper and save

Luxe for life: Award-winning Hiatus Spa opens new Austin location, offering new members some serious benefits

By Ramona Flume

The award-winning Hiatus Spa + Retreat has just opened its second location in Austin with grand opening discounts— just in time for the new year. The new 6,000 square-foot day ...


Epistolary Engagements

The Postcrossing Project connects the world, one letter at a time

By Ramona Flume

Times are tough for the United States Postal Service. You might have seen the recent “Too Big to Mail” Daily Show sketch, making light of the recent and widespread budget ...


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