Lessening millennial migration leads Austin's 5 most-read headlines this week
Editor’s note: It’s that time again — time to check in with our top stories. From moving millennials to old businesses staying put, here are five articles that captured our collective attention over the past seven days.
1. Austin is no longer the No. 1 magnet for millennials on the move, report says. For the past two years, Austin has been the No. 1 destination for millennials making the move to a new city. But that's no longer the case.
2. East Austin barbecue family holds strong against neighborhood developers. The owner of Sam's, Brian Mays, remembers what it was like when his father first bought the restaurant from his friend, Sam, in 1957.
3. Worldly restaurant with fancy plating and views floats to Austin lakefront. Quince LakeHouse will offer menu items inspired by all types of international cuisines, pulling flavors from Peru, Mexico, New Orleans, and more.
4. Court sentences Kaitlin Armstrong in famous Austin trial for cyclist's murder. Armstrong was sentenced to 90 years in prison after being convicted of murder. She faced a maximum of 99 years.
5. Iconic Texas beer cracks open first-ever non-alcoholic brew. It all starts with one beer: Rodeo Golden Brew, which according to a news release, will still taste like a Shiner beer even without the alcoholic kick.