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National Night Out

This is a Great Way to get out and meet your neighbors and help reduce crime in your neighborhood......... National Night Out is a great opportunity for citizens and law enforcement to partner up against crime. We invite you to attend the event, meet your neighbors and commit to helping law enforcement reduce crime in your community. This ...

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Haunted Austin

Haunted Austin Posted on October 5, 2015 by Guest Blogger If you’re looking for a good ghost story, not only does Austin have some ghoulish ones to tell, the city is also full of festive ways to celebrate Halloween. Many of Austin’s paranormal experiences are not limited to All Hallows’ Eve, but can be enjoyed any time ...

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Things to do in Austin September 2015

Kids are back in school but there are still many things to do in September in this great city Austin Texas.   Here are a few of our favorite events going on this September in Austin: Event Location / Time Website Date Out of Bounds Comedy Festival Venues and times vary www.outofboundscomedy.com Sept 1 - 7 Slipknot Austin 360 Amphitheate ...

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  • The Texas stars come out at night: McConaughey, Ingram and Brown walk red carpet 21 Apr 2017 19:24:31 +0000

    The Texas stars were shining bright Thursday night at ACL Live at the Moody Theater with the gala and concert that kicks off the annual Mack, Jack & McConaughey fundraising event. Oscar winner Matthew McConaughey and his wife Camila Alves took to the red carpet along with former University of Texas football coach Mack Brown and his wife Sally, as well as country singer Jack Ingram and his wife Amy. Ingram performed later that night with country superstar Miranda Lambert. The event has raised more…

  • Austin still sets pace in Texas for unemployment, but labor force growing faster than jobs 21 Apr 2017 19:11:24 +0000

    Austin's unemployment rate remains one of the best in the state, tied for second lowest with College Station. But the rapid growth of the labor force continues to outpace job creation. The metro's unadjusted jobless rate was 3.6 percent in March, according to the latest jobs report from the Texas Workforce Commission. That's down slightly from 3.7 percent in February, but up from 3.1 percent in March 2016. The biggest reason was an imbalance between the number of workers living in the area and…

  • Rising costs could wipe out Austin's Red River live music scene, report says 21 Apr 2017 13:06:38 +0000

    Is the Red River Cultural District, an integral part of Austin's live music scene, in jeopardy of losing its rock-and-roll soul? That is the question posed in a new report from the Urban Land Institute to be released in May and was obtained recently by the Austin Monitor. The report cautions that without dramatic change, the Red River area could forever be changed. Encroaching development and a worrisome safety situation have cut into venues' profit margins. "Austin is in the effective ‘11th…

  • UT Austin diversity boss leaves to take top post at alma mater 21 Apr 2017 13:01:58 +0000

    Gregory Vincent is leaving a top administrative post at the University of Texas at Austin to become the head of his alma mater, Hobart and William Smith Colleges in New York state. Vincent, a professor in UT's School of Law and the university's first vice president for diversity and community engagement, is set to start his new job as president of HWS July 16, according to a Thursday announcement. Over 11 years, Vincent played a pivotal part in recruiting diverse faculty and graduate students,…

  • Bebe plans to close all stores by the end of next month 21 Apr 2017 12:58:27 +0000

    Add another retailer to the casualty list: Bebe. Bebe Stores Inc., a women's apparel store with a pair of locations in the Austin area, announced plans to shut all 168 of its stores nationwide by the end of May. The announcement, disclosed in a filing Friday with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, followed news March 22 that it had hired financial and real estate advisers to discuss options about its leases. Thursday's SEC filing said Bebe (Nasdaq: BEBE) had reached a deal with Great…

  • See where Austin-area cities ranked among the best places to live in the U.S. 20 Apr 2017 21:56:29 +0000

    Round Rock is among the top three cities to live in Texas, according to a recent report. The growing community just north of Austin ranked No. 3 in the Lone Star State and sixth overall in the U.S. in Niche's 2017 "Best Cities to Live in America" list. Thirteen Texas cities were ranked in the top 100. Niche used several different data sets to compile the list. The percentage of residents who have a bachelor's degree or higher weighed the heaviest in the rankings. Other factors, like nightlife,…

  • Art-filled abodes to houses made from shipping containers: Sneak peek of 2017 Weird Homes Tour 20 Apr 2017 14:39:29 +0000

    Kooky, quirky and out of the box. That’s the vibe promoted by the annual Weird Homes Tour. The fourth edition is coming up on April 22. Click on the photo to get a sneak peek at some of the homes on the tour. The self-guided tour this year will benefit Foundation Communities, the Austin-based affordable housing developer. It takes place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and features 10 homes, some which have been on the tour before — but for many newcomers present a introductory lesson in Austin’s legacy…

  • Austin urbanist group slams draft CodeNEXT map for perceived lack of density 20 Apr 2017 13:09:03 +0000

    AURA, Austin's most prominent pro-urbanism group, is not happy with the first draft of CodeNEXT's proposed zoning map, calling it fatally flawed. Unveiled April 18 at City Hall, the maps chart boundaries that could govern every inch of development within Austin — what gets built and where — for decades to come. Mayor Steve Adler, anticipating blowback from the release of the map, earlier this week encouraged the public to "chill out" and get involved in the policy discussions that will shape…

  • Mike's Take: Here's a better way to see proposed Austin zoning changes in CodeNEXT 19 Apr 2017 15:42:05 +0000

    Though Austin officials have finally unveiled the eagerly awaited (but already controversial) first draft of a new zoning map, the online interactive mapping tools leave a lot to be desired. Enter the Austin Business Journal's re-colorized CodeNEXT map, presented above. It tries to make chromatic sense of the city's original map that is confusing just by the sheer, fractious nature of Austin's current and proposed zoning schemes. Too small? Here's a full-screen version. Clicking within the map reveals…

  • Global warming may speed up Austin's population boom, study says 19 Apr 2017 12:59:32 +0000

    Few things rile up Austinites faster than the environment and all those newcomers moving from the coasts, so a new study projecting that rising sea levels will force people to pour into Austin like never before by the end of the century should be fodder for the office water cooler. Forbes has already jumped on the study with the headline "A coming migrant crisis will hit Las Vegas, Austin and other U.S. cities." Here's the source of the information: A paper published April 17 in Nature Climate…

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