Nick Yezierski

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The 11 best hiking trails in Austin and beyond

Austin is adorned with a host of outdoor gems just beckoning to be explored. Maybe you've always wanted to try hiking, but you weren't sure where to …

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Austin's 11 Hottest New Brunches, July 2018

The most important meal of the week<p><b>Brunch</b> is the cure-all for weekend hunger and hangovers with the right combination of breakfast, lunch, and lots of drinks. It's when it is acceptable to arm yourself with cocktails and coffee, while you hunker down with pancakes, burgers, and so many eggs. The …

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12 incredible US destinations that haven't been discovered by tourists

A recent Quora thread discussed unique places in the United States that aren't frequently visited by tourists.<p>From the picturesque False Kiva in Utah's Canyonlands National Park, whose exact destination remains a secret, to the crystal-blue Havasupai Falls in Grand Canyon National Park, here are 12 …

Everything You Need to Know About Eeyore's Birthday Bash

Costumes are encouraged at Eeyore’s Birthday! (Credit: Mark Stevens via Flickr CC)<p>The last Saturday of April marks one of the weirdest and longest …

Winnie-the-Pooh

What sets Austin apart from everywhere else? Austinites weigh in

For most Austinites, "Keep Austin Weird" still adequately reflects what's happening in our gem of a town. We learned that and more in the Zandan …

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9 totally free things to do in Austin this spring

Spring is the perfect time to check out these quintessential Austin activities — all of which happen to be free. From festivals to family outings to …

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33 Excellent Austin Dates to Go on Right Now

Summer doesn’t officially start until June 21st, but Austin receives an early delivery of sweltering days and balmy nights, which means plenty of …

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Actually Cool Things to Do in ATX When Someone Visits

When it comes to cities that everyone wants to live in or visit, Austin continuously tops lists and it’s easy to understand why: we have live music …

Where to Drink and Eat on a Roof in Austin

Great sunny weather means it’s the best time to drink and eat outside before it gets too hot. Why not kick it up a notch by heading up to the roof, with food and drink at hand?<p>Enjoy the breeze and views from the <b>best rooftop patios</b> Austin has to offer. Look down on Sixth Street from <b>Parkside</b>, drink …

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The Ultimate Guide to North Austin Bars

You may be pleasantly surprised to learn that some of the best watering holes in town are in North Austin. Tucked away in strip malls and surrounded …

Long live the neighborhood

As Austin continues to expand, new neighborhoods are being defined — not necessarily by new names or borders, but by what they represent to the …

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5 hot spots to check out right now

Austin has no shortage of new spots to check out this season. These five new Austin bars represent the best of the city, with sleek patios, signature …

Dining Rooms

24 Hours in Austin

As an avid world traveler, I've been to many places. I have seen beautiful countries and visited cities people only dream about. Of all the cities …

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12 Month Guide to the Biggest Austin Events

Austinites are an active bunch and like to have fun. But with hundreds of fun activities on the calendar, it’s hard to decide which ones to attend.<p>We …

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Trail of the Month: Butler Trail, Austin, Texas

In the middle of downtown Austin, Texas, runners enjoy this path that borders Lady Bird Lake.<p><b>Trail Stats:</b> <br>10.15-mile loop, with shorter loop options<p><b>Summed Up:</b> <br>Right smack in the middle of downtown Austin, Texas, locals and visitors alike enjoy the outdoors on the mostly dirt and gravel surface path …

Just Back: Austin, Texas

<i>National Geographic Traveler</i> researcher Christine Blau (on Twitter @Chris_Blau and on Instagram @christineblau) touched down in <b>Austin, Texas</b>, hoping to take a break from winter. Instead, she was greeted with unseasonably cold and rainy weather that shocked locals.<p>While visions of frolicking in …

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