By Jeremy Walther Some might say that of all the colors, gray is the most befuddling. Gray can be gloomy, dull, sullen, boring. It’s the color of haze, noncommittal, inconclusive, wishy-washy; ...
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When Josh Hudgins was a kid, his family lived near North Lamar and Rundberg Lane—an area, at that time, considered outside the city limits of Austin. Things have changed a lot since ...
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Story and Photography by Judy Barrett One of the great things about autumn in Austin is that we get to experience the whole range of the seasons within about a 24-hour period. It’s winter when we ...
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Community garden space is a precious and scarce commodity all across the country. Many popular community gardens have waiting lists filled with anxious gardeners twiddling their green thumbs for ...
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Story and Photography By Amy Crowell Everything we eat is related to something that was once wild. Our ancestors began collecting, domesticating and cultivating wild foods nearly 10,000 years ago, ...
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