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National Bike Month-Austin

Austin is a city big on biking and being green, and the month of May has been deemed National Bike Month across the country. Austin has a growing bicycling network, and to acknowledge the month of May, the city has … Continue reading

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South Congress: Fulfilling Your Souvenir and Gift Needs

South Congress is an excellent spot to buy souvenirs and gifts, especially if you’re looking to avoid the generic, overpriced options available at the airport. Plenty of local boutiques, vintage furniture and clothing shops, craft stores, and toy shops are … Continue reading

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A Free Festival With Food, Music, and Even Art

If you’re looking for food, music, or even art, and all at a single venue, look no further than the Pecan Street Festival (May 7-8). The Pecan Street Festival is a free, biannual arts and crafts festival happening in downtown … Continue reading

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It’s fun to be smart: Weekly trivia nights in Austin

Looking for a way to exercise your brain and competitive spirit over food and drinks? Then Austin is the place for you; every night of the week, there are trivia nights and pub quizzes being held in bars and restaurants … Continue reading

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Food Trailers: Blazing a trail for Austin Cuisine

A friend of mine said recently that the most authentic food in Austin is the trailer food, and I’m inclined to agree with him. The food trailers in Austin host a wide variety of food, from cupcakes to tacos. While … Continue reading

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The Oasis: Sunset Capital of Texas

By Annika Erdman Located right on Lake Travis, The Oasis restaurant is a must-do when entertaining visitors in Austin. It’s open year-round, but I suggest going when the weather is warm enough to eat out on one of the many, … Continue reading

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Hickory Street

By Lauren Abram Located in downtown Austin, Hickory Street Bar and Grill can be considered a Chili’s with an Austin twist. There are plenty of choices on the menu, including queso and an all you eat salad, soup and dessert bar. … Continue reading

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