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Texas fails miserably when it comes to caring about the environment

By Alex Bentley

Austin may lead the nation in wildlife preservation, but Texas as a whole is downright pitiful when it comes to eco-friendliness. According to a new study by WalletHub, Texas ranks second ...

Hanging Around Austin

Hanging Around Austin: 4 March art shows that roar in like a lion

By Justin Boyle

March has been one beast of a month so far, but by all accounts it should be better soon. With both spring and SXSW coming, preliminary reports suggest that it may actually be pleasant outside ...

Texas' Most Popular Burger

Texas' most popular burger revealed: In-N-Out gets completely dissed

By Elizabeth Rhodes

Ever wondered which burger chain is the most popular in the state of Texas? To be honest, the answer probably won't surprise you. Thrillist examined more than 20 million check-ins on ...

Couch Potato Land

Texas is the worst state for an active lifestyle — except for these 2 cities

By Jonathan Rienstra

It appears that many Texans ought to put “be more active” on their list of New Year’s resolutions, although the odds may be stacked against them. According to a new study by W ...

Lone Star Pride

Totally legit state flag ranking shows Texas is second best in U.S.

By Diana Oates

We might normally ignore rankings with little to no data to support them, but a recent roundup stroked our egos — and tickled our funny bones — a little bit. Supercompressor has ranked ...

Texas Politics

Most big cities in Texas lean liberal — and Austin leads the pack

By Alex Bentley

Thanks in large part to former President George W. Bush and the high profile of Gov. Rick Perry, Texas is generally viewed as overwhelmingly conservative. But a new study profiled by The Econo ...

Real Estate Report

Texas housing market finally sees increased inventory — even in Austin

By Jennifer Chininis

The story right now in the Texas housing market: quarterly gains in inventory for the first time in three years, according to the latest report from the Texas Association of Realtors. Because of a ...

Homestate Shame

These Texas cities must not be very fun places to live

By Jennifer Chininis

A new survey suggests that three Texas cities offer little in the way of fun. According to personal finance website WalletHub, Irving, Houston and San Antonio rank among 10 worst cities in the Unit ...

Cool Art for Hot People

Hanging Around Austin: 5 cool summer art exhibits for your hot, hot life

By Justin Boyle

Astounding installations and intergenerational collaborations are hanging around Austin this month. Here are five cool summer exhibits not to miss.  A Place Beyond Wally Workman Gallery, ...

Where the STEM Jobs Are

Texas is the land of opportunity for science, technology and math nerds

By Claire St. Amant

Math and science nerds may not have been the most popular in high school, but their passions are paying off. According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the annual mean wage for a scienc ...

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