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What to expect at the Texas Book Festival 2021

[ad_1] Rather than congregating on the grounds of the Texas State Capitol where it is difficult to track attendance and adopt proper safety guidelines, this year’s Texas Book Festival (TBF) will include both in-person sessions (reunion at venues such as the Austin Central Library and the Symphony Square Open-Air Amphitheater …

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The members of the municipal council denounce the problem buildings and the companies which escape the sanctions: “Continuation after continuation”

[ad_1] City council members across town on Tuesday expressed frustration at “restaurants turning into nightclubs” and problematic buildings being dragged to court, only for judges to grant “prorogation after prorogation.” Buildings Commissioner Matthew Beaudet was testifying at budget hearings and Council members took the opportunity to offload – even though …

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Texas ranks third on list of most insect-friendly states

[ad_1] Here’s a survey with shocking news: Texas tops the list of pest-friendly states. Thanks to its combination of climate, population, and insect-friendly environment, Texas is the # 3 most pest-hospitable state, offering a welcome mat specifically for cockroaches, mosquitoes, and rats. The Lone Star State comes behind Florida and …

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A Yelpy Guide to Austin Restaurant Weeks | Bark

[ad_1] Fall just got a little more exciting with the return of Austin Restaurant Weeks! From Friday October 1 to Sunday October 10, diners can take advantage of fixed prices ranging from $ 20 lunches to $ 50 dinners, Tito’s® Handmade Vodka signature cocktails and offers at specialty food stores. …

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Titles / Quote of the week – News

[ad_1] Leaders of the Other Ones Foundation are joined by community members at the groundbreaking ceremony at the Esperanza community in southeast Austin on Monday, September 27. TOOF will develop a transitional housing complex in the state-sanctioned settlement for homeless Texans. (Photo by John Anderson) This week in COVID: Austin …

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The Kilwins confectionery opens in Georgetown; Round Rock Chalk Walk is about to return and more information on central Texas

[ad_1] Kilwins is now open on the Square in Georgetown. (Brittany Andes / Community Impact Journal) Read the latest business and community news from the Central Texas area. Georgetown Confectionery now open on Georgetown Square Kilwins is a nationwide confectionery store selling handmade fudge, crunch, caramel corn, chocolate, and original …

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A conversation with Chris Beard

[ad_1] In 2019, coach Chris Beard led the Texas Tech Red Raiders on an exciting title race that culminated in a relentless overtime loss in the championship game. A historic achievement in Lubbock, Beard was recognized with the honors of the AP National Coach of the Year and public recognition …

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GoTab unveils all-in-one restaurant point of sale

[ad_1] ARLINGTON, Virginia., September 22, 2021 / PRNewswire / – At the forefront of innovation in the hotel technology sector, catering trade platform Go to tab unveiled a new all-in-one restaurant outlet to help further knowledgeable operators to deliver a solid customer experience. Go to tab A cloud-based point of …

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Austin COVID-19 admissions reach Stage 4 territory

[ad_1] Health officials will be monitoring the situation closely over the next few days to determine if the area leaves stage 5. AUSTIN, Texas – As of Tuesday night’s COVID-19 dashboard update, Austin-Travis County has officially reached territory that could downgrade the area from Stage 5 to Stage 4. Currently, …

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Austin unemployment rate drops to 3.8% in August

[ad_1] In the latest sign that Austin‘s economic recovery from COVID-19 is continuing, the region’s unemployment rate fell last month to its lowest point since the start of the pandemic. The unemployment rate in the Austin metropolitan area stood at 3.8% in August, according to the Texas Workforce Commission. That’s …

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Brownsdale Bites – Austin Daily Herald

Brownsdale Bites – Austin Daily Herald

Can bad-credit loans affect your credit rating? While it’s true that bad credit can affect your credit score however the impact can be either positive or negative. Negative credit history could result in the rejection of loans. Most lenders don’t check your credit score as well as credit report prior to …

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TABC at Texas restaurants: Comply with state vaccine law and we don’t have beef: SB 968 liquor license suspension is “last resort,” agency says of State – News

[ad_1] The dust continues to fall following recent reports that two local restaurants have returned, proof of COVID-19 vaccination requirements for in-person meals after being informed that such measures violated Texas Senate Bill 968. Following Austin‘s decision earlier this month to Step 5 local precautions in the event of a …

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Keep Austin Donuts Weird | Open

[ad_1] Austin, Texas, is a city of paradoxes. It’s the capital of one of the most conservative states in the country – a state where you probably won’t feel out of place in some localities if you don’t hide a gun in your underwear, but Austin is one. city ​​widely …

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Austin City Manager Proposes Budget for Next Fiscal Year

[ad_1] Austin City Manager Spencer Cronk on Friday proposed a $ 4.5 billion budget for fiscal year 2021-22 to city council members, prioritizing investments in infrastructure, affordable housing, the fight against homelessness and the reinvention of public safety. According to a press release, the proposed budget is “the smallest increase …

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Pandemic production, one year later: Aaron Arizpe, cinematographer / editor / production assistant: Then: “I have a mask and 70% ethanol to wipe everything off.” Now: “I am extremely impatient to get back to it. – Screens

[ad_1] Screenshot courtesy of EH Films on YouTube As grocery stores lift their mask requirements, restaurants open their dining rooms, and the streets start to fill with crowds, Austin‘s film industry is still not back to 100%. Most of the shoots Aaron Arizpe is familiar with, if they happen, typically …

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Oasis on Lake Travis advocates for employees

[ad_1] AUSTIN (KXAN) – The additional $ 300 per week of federal unemployment assistance for the COVID-19 pandemic ends in Texas on Friday. According to Indeed data, in states where they’ve already ended that extra money, fewer people are looking for jobs compared to the rest of the nation. In …

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A laboratory for innovation – UT News

[ad_1] What starts at the University of Texas at Austin is changing the world – and Austin has certainly changed over the past few decades, with a growing population and economy. The city is called a new hub for tech startups, but some may not know that the longest active …

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