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Defend Our Hoodz Gets Mixed Up With Arts District, Presidium, Chronicle
News Story  February 14, 2019, by Michael King
"...Last Friday morning, Feb. 8, about 3am, a small group of people vandalized the offices of Jim Hightower on San Marcos Street..."

On the Edges of Gentrification, Planning a Different East Riverside Drive
City’s declared goals for the corridor and those of private developers do not necessarily coincide
News Story  February 14, 2019, by Michael King
"...Meanwhile, additional projects have been announced or are in progress to join the Lakeshore and South Shore District PUDs. The online site, which tracks real estate news, recently summarized (in part) the current plans in the area of just one firm, the Presidium Group: "The company's portfolio includes the roughly six-acre shopping center at 2015 East Riverside Drive, the Element Apartments at 1500 Royal Crest Drive, the Solaris Apartments at 1601 Royal Crest Drive, and the recently-completed Edison Apartments at 4711 East Riverside Drive – and that's just the beginning..."

Defend Our Hoodz Denies Responsibility for Vandalism at Austin Creative Alliance
Group “applauds the hood for defending itself from greedy sellouts”
DAILY News  February 12, 2019, by Michael King
"...Last Friday morning, Feb. 8, at about 3am, a small group of people vandalized the offices of Jim Hightower on San Marcos St..."

“Anti-Gentrification” Protesters Target Austin Creative Alliance
“Hoodz” vandalize Jim Hightower offices, next to ACA
DAILY News  February 8, 2019, by Michael King
"...Early Friday morning, around 3am, a small group of people apparently connected to “Defend Our Hoodz” vandalized the offices of Jim Hightower on San Marcos Street. They threw rocks through two windows and spray-painted slogans on the front wall...."

Faster Than Sound: Pop Goes the Arts District
Fight over an empty lot near Riverside Drive intensifies, Xetas’ Kana Harris will open Bluebonnet Records in Lockhart, and Why Bonnie get a peachy opening gig
Music Column  January 10, 2019, by Rachel Rascoe
"...It's planned to house a new "Pop-Up Riverside Arts District," which was supposed to be up and running by Jan 1. Or at least that's what Sun Radio Founder Daryl O'Neal was told when his station entered into an agreement with Austin Creative Alliance and the Presidium Group last year...."

Riverside Development in Crosshairs of Activist Troupe
Defend our old domainz
News Story  September 20, 2018, by Sarah Marloff
"...Neighborhood activists Defend Our Hoodz have identified a few new targets: real estate firm JLL, developers Presidium Group, and private investor Nimes Capital, the stakeholders behind the proposed "New Domain" mixed-development project eyed for roughly 97 acres of land northeast of Pleasant Valley and East River­side. The catch? Existing, reasonably priced housing already sits in that location..."

Widow of Contractor Killed on Worksite Files Suit
Lourdes Kaman seeks over $1 million
News Story  September 13, 2018, by Jack Craver
"...Lourdes Kaman has filed a lawsuit seeking an unspecified amount of damages ("over $1 million") against four corporate entities whose alleged negligence she blames for her husband Amir Bahman Kaman's death. The suit, filed in Dallas County District Court, names Dallas real estate developer Presidium Group, general contractor Cadence McShane, and two subcontractors: Consolidated Crane and Coreslab, the company Kaman worked for as an independent contractor when a concrete panel crashed onto him at a construction site in Southeast Austin...."

Slow Food Nation '08
Slow Food Nation works to support local food tradition, and it tastes good, too
Food Story  September 19, 2008, by MM Pack
"...Attended by an estimated 60,000 people, Slow Food Nation was organized by Slow Food USA, affiliated with Slow Food International, an eco-gastronomic, nonprofit group founded in Bra, Italy, in 1989. With 85,000 members in 131 countries, Slow Food's purpose is "to counteract fast food and fast life, the disappearance of local food traditions and people's dwindling interest in the food they eat, where it comes from, how it tastes and how our food choices affect the rest of the world."..."

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