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Austin's Week in Food

This week in food: Odd Duck restaurant opening, best bartender and Bikinis

By Layne Lynch

Here’s what happened in the world of Austin fare this week: Keep Austin Weird — As if we didn't already know our city was dope, The New York Times dedicated a whole travel piece ...


recap

2012 by the numbers: Harsh truths, amazing staircases and endless bathrooms

By Claire St. Amant

Editor's note: There's so much that's beautiful, funny, smart and informative on the Internet. Problem is, there's also a bunch of garbage. Here's the best of the web right now: ...


hold the presses

New York Times' David Carr discusses who killed the traditional news industry — and it's not who you think

By Alejandra Ramirez

Before attending New York Times’ columnist David Carr’s presentation titled “Hitting the Reset Button” at UT, I had my reservations about an older journalist leading a discu ...


breaking barriers

Top 10 motivational quotes from the Texas Conference for Women

By Caitlin M. Ryan

Thousands of ambitious women gathered in Austin at the Texas Conference for Women on Wednesday where they participated in strength-building workshops, motivational seminars and skill-building break ...


Art as Theft

Austin's New York Times bestselling author Austin Kleon on how to Steal Like an Artist

By Beth Lebwohl

Wherever he goes, local artist and author Austin Kleon brings the party.  When I first meet him, it’s early evening in early June, and we head to 24 Diner. Kleon chats with ease, eat ...


Foodie News

Taking a break from Texas? The New York Times highlights BBQ exports to make you feel at home no matter where you live

By Sarah Rufca

Every Texas traveler has a story about making the mistake of trying Tex-Mex in some godforsaken place like Colorado or Vermont and the inevitably disastrous results. But does leaving the Lone Star ...


remote viewing

Everything is falling en to place: Top Chef narrows it down to five

By Bonnie Stewart

During last week’s dream come true episode, sexy blue-eyed falcon Eric Ripert swooped down and grasped the insufferable Beverly Kim in his claws and flew away. Odds-on favorite and hometown h ...


Sweaty bodies, sexy snaps

He thinks you're swell: Native Texan and current New Yorker Antwan Duncan trots the globe to capture the 'normal kid' nightlife

By Caitlin M. Ryan

In the early 2000's, a certain burgeoning party scene ran rampant in major cities like L.A. and N.Y. that considered itself the very definition of Thou Who Art Hip. And from the depths of ...


men going under

Do men age more gracefully than women? The case of Rick Perry

By Jennifer Walden

The title captured your attention, but I am going to say that the answer is “no.” As time marches on, we see graying of the temples in men (if they still have their hair), los ...


Grandma wants them bigger

Granny got breast implants! How old is too old for cosmetic surgery?

By Jennifer Walden

A woman from Orange County, California made national news recently after getting breast implants at age 83. She is now finding that her new breasts are the focus of an online controversy. It al ...


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