Austin comings and goings dominate the week's most popular stories
Editor's note: All those new Austinites and another restaurant closure lead this round of top stories. Read on for more of the week's most popular headlines.
1. Here's where all the new people in Austin are really coming from. An average of 157 people move to Austin each day, but where exactly are they coming from? Austin-based startup SpareFoot analyzed data from the U.S. Census Bureau from 2009-2013 to find out, and the answer may surprise you.
2. Popular Austin neighborhood restaurant shutters as wave of closures continues. Austin's wave of restaurant closures has claimed yet another. On June 7, Fork & Vine announceed it would be closing its doors immediately.
3. The complete list of ride-sharing companies available in Austin right now. With the recent exit of Uber and Lyft after Prop 1, getting around town has been a little more difficult. These seven companies have promised to comply with the regulations laid out by the City of Austin and hope to fill the void for Austinites in need of a ride and those in need of a job.
4. Meet Austin's favorite CEO — and one of the highest rated in America. Meet Mark McClain, Austin’s most loved CEO. At least according to reviewers on Glassdoor. The founder and CEO of Austin-based SailPoint Technologies is the fifth highest rated CEO among small and midsize businesses in the U.S.
5. The 10 best outdoor date night ideas for summer lovin' in Austin. It's time to grab your honey for a romantic night under the stars (or city lights, depending on where you go). We rounded up some romantic options.