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A Spoonful of Salt & Time

Salt & Time talks the new brick-and-mortar shop and roots of butchery

By Layne Lynch

For several years, Salt & Time has sold their charcuterie, salami and bacon selections exclusively at farmers markets around town. In early February, the artisanal company finally opened its lo ...

a new era

Farewell Books picks up where Domy left off with community-oriented, ship-like space

By Caitlin M. Ryan

Mikaylah Bowman and Travis Kent aren't ones to take bad news lying down. Rather, they're an impressively industrious pair.  Upon news of Domy's December closure (the beloved of ...

Bikinis Takeover

Scoot Inn purchased by Bikinis breastaurant chain owner Doug Guller

By Michael Graupmann

Good news for lovers of the down and dirty Scoot Inn. It's opening back up again, thanks to the philanthropic actions of Austin's newest downtown developer, Doug Guller of Bikinis Restauran ...

second act

Hoover Alexander re-opens "Texa-Mexi-Que" Soular Foods Trailer on the East Side

By Layne Lynch

Last year when Hoover Alexander first explained the details behind his veggie-centric, East Side trailer — Soular Foods Trailer— I told Hoover that I thought the trailer was s ...

Creative Space

Co-Lab launches first show, Row Home, at downtown N Space in time for WEST Studio Tour

By Michael Graupmann

This weekend is the inaugural West Austin Studio Tour (WEST), where established and unexpected gallery spaces in the wide geographic area covering "the rest of Austin" will show off their ...

East Side Eats

Gourmands: A gastronomic delight of epic (pro)portions

By Caroline Fabacher

When it comes to food, I revel in the complexities, creativity and thoughtfulness that come with Austin’s upscale dining options. But when I put down the silver spoon, and back away from the ...

market report

Farm-fresh and free: HOPE spreads the market love in different locations during SXSW

By Amy Gentry

The HOPE Farmer’s Market is bringing fresh produce, live music and free beer to the East Side! With its usual downtown Pine Street Station location converted to a SXSW venue, the community ma ...

shaping the look of austin

Our top tour picks by foot, bike or car for the 10th anniversary of E.A.S.T.

By Adrienne Breaux

Clear your calendar for the next two weekends! It's the 10th anniversary of the East Austin Studio Tour, a free, self-guided tour of local East Austin studios and exhibition spaces.  F ...

Inner City Sanctums

Clay Smith, literary director of the Texas Book Festival, on his Old World meets Modernity home

By Ramona Flume

Fall is the busiest time of the year for Clay Smith, literary director of the Texas Book Festival, and in October, especially so. For the latest installment of Inner City Sanctums, I spent some tim ...

Shaping the look of austin

Hatchworks: Beautifying the east side, from Victorian to ultra-modern

By Adrienne Breaux

I support a lot of what’s going on in terms of businesses, buildings and people moving in on the east side. But every now and then, I’ll take a drive and spot some newly built residenti ...

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