Up a back staircase, in what was once a few small efficiency apartments above the Viscardi Family Grocery in the historic Clarksville neighborhood, there is now a classroom. Long gone is the grocery ...
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On a gray, windy afternoon 10 days before Christmas and a week after the most spectacular snow in the memory of most Central Texans, I’m heading across the flat ranchland east of the Balcones Fault ...
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For years, Sergio Marsal had dreamed of sharing the Spanish cured-ham delicacy, jamón Ibérico de bellota, with the rest of the world—especially with the U.S. It was a dream borne of urgency after ...
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If you’re ever in South Austin and forget the street address of your musician friend, pick the house with the beat-up van in the driveway. There’s a fairly solid chance that the person who ...
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