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Power to the Plaza

Written by | Published January 27, 2009
Over coffee at Sweetish Hill on West 6th St in Austin, Architect Hal Box shared his thoughts on the new…

Beyond Barbecue in Llano

Written by | Published January 26, 2009
When we're hungry, but not in the mood for 'cue in our favorite Hill Country town, we find a booth…

The Squeeze

Written by | Published January 23, 2009
I was recently visiting with a friend who works in the hotel business in Austin, and she and I discussed…

Go West!

Written by | Published January 6, 2009
We're excited about the February issue of Texas Highways (which is in the mail). This issue includes feature articles about…

Christmas Eve at the Museum: Body Worlds 2

Written by | Published December 31, 2008
Visits to the Houston Museum of Natural Science on Christmas Eve have become a holiday tradition for my family. The…

Well Worth It

Written by | Published December 29, 2008
I-35 through Fort Worth has been a construction-congested mess for as long as I can remember. So imagine my delight…

Chai Time

Written by | Published December 22, 2008
As part of my birthday celebration this past weekend, some girlfriends and I signed up for chef Chaya Rao's afternoon…

Blazing Trails

Written by | Published December 22, 2008
Spent a delightful evening last Friday at the Trail of Lights in Austin's Zilker Park. Our group (which ranged in…

'Slumdog Millionaire' at Austin Film Festival

Written by | Published December 12, 2008
The wide release of Danny Boyle's film, Slumdog Millionaire, as well as the attention the film attracts, takes me back…

Surprises in Plano

Written by | Published December 3, 2008
My husband, Randy, and I spent most of this past Thanksgiving holiday visiting his folks in Plano, a north Dallas…

Show Us Your Tex-Mex

Written by | Published November 26, 2008
The December issue's Top Tables article on old-school Tex-Mex restaurants—"Candy or Sherbet?"—makes my taste buds crave that extra cheesy enchilada…

Sarah's on the Square

Written by | Published November 25, 2008
I make the trek up to the Red River and beyond on I-35 several times a year to visit family…
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