Aerial Tour of Austin

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Explore some Austin favorites with this aerial tour by Cloud Craft Studios!

Austin’s Best Spots to See Bluebonnets

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Hunting for bluebonnets?  This handy map from Curbed.com includes some of the best places to see wildflowers in and around Austin.  See map and full article here.       

Bevo-Approved Holiday Gifts

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If you’re brainstorming what to get someone who loves the University of Texas, look no further than this Austin.com-curated list of UT- and Longhorn-themed items.  Read the full article here. ...

America’s Next Great Metropolis Is Taking Shape In Texas

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If you drive south from Dallas, or west from Houston, a subtle shift takes place. The monotonous, flat prairie that dominates much of Texas gives way to a landscape that rises and ebbs. The region around Highway 35 is called the Hill Country, and although it does...

Texas’ Best Suburbs to Raise a Family

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West Lake Hills and Rollingwood were voted top two places in Texas to raise a family. Not only are they ranked in the Lone Star State, they are also awarded the #13 and #24 spots in the United States. Read more here on Culture Map.  

A Day in the Life – Barton Creek

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One of the newer neighborhoods in Austin, Barton Creek is nonetheless one of the most picturesque in Central Texas. Located just eight miles southwest of Downtown Austin, the neighborhood has been a popular destination for golfers, tennis players, and those who...

Neighborhood Spotlight – Pemberton Heights

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Bounded by 24th Street and 29th Street on the north and south sides, and MoPac and Lamar Boulevard on the east and west, Pemberton Heights is one of the smaller and more exclusive neighborhoods in Austin. There’s also not much to do here in this sleepy haven....

A Day in the Life – Clarksville

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Just west of downtown Austin lies Clarksville, one of the most unique neighborhoods in the entire state of Texas. The area’s rich history began in 1871, when Charles Clark settled here after being freed from slavery. It was added to the National Register of Historic...

A Day in the Life – Deep Eddy

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Deep Eddy began as a simple swimming hole in the Colorado River, but has evolved into one of the most important landmarks in Austin. The concrete pool we know today was built in 1915 when A.J. Eilers bought the land surrounding what is now known as Deep Eddy. It became...