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Skip Big Box Shopping and Spend Your Black Friday Dollars Locally Instead
Austin businesses need your support more than ever
"...The goal here is to be conscious of the environmental impact shopping – the packaging, the delivery – can..."

Nov. 24, 2020 Chron Events Post by Kimberley Jones

Tell Our Own Stories
"...continue today to advocate for social, political, economic, and environmental reform. Their social consciousness transcends well beyond our community..."

Nov. 23, 2020 Postmarks

Austin at Large: Too Late to Turn Back Now?
The long, slow slog to a new I-35 could still change direction
"...billion plan to rebuild the highway within the Austin city limits. The Texas Department of Transportation is currently conducting..."

Nov. 20, 2020 News Column by Mike Clark-Madison

A Long Activist Legacy Survives on the Eastside
Holding on to El Barrio
"...a civil rights lawsuit, Rivera cut a deal with city officials to drop the charges on the remaining defendants...."

Nov. 20, 2020 News Feature by Brant Bingamon

Public Notice: I-35 Cap(ital Express) and Stitch
Pondering the future of a road with so much baggage
"...expanding and rebuilding I-35 through the heart of the city, all the way from Koenig Lane to Ben White..."

Nov. 20, 2020 News Column by Nick Barbaro

Austin Freshmen Survive in Unflipped House as the County Sees a Dem Landslide
The blueberry abides (barely)
"...according to Goodwin. "Not a lot of movement on environmental issues."..."

Nov. 6, 2020 News Feature by Lina Fisher

Austin at Large: The Big Engine That Must
Proposition A is wobbling around the final curve. We can’t let it derail.
"...The mayor, his fellow electeds, and the city's most visible social justice activist did not assemble in..."

Oct. 30, 2020 News Column by Mike Clark-Madison

Opinion: Medical Students Support Ballot Measures
Propositions A and B are key to a healthier future
"...Dell Medical School, we discussed chronic diseases and the environmental factors that contribute to them. Diabetes, heart disease, obesity,..."

Oct. 23, 2020 Column by Daniel R.Bamrick-Fernandez and Scott Spivey Provencio

A Reasonable Tax
"...this is the best plan and option for our city, based on any alternative options 3) No engineering or..."

Oct. 21, 2020 Postmarks

Council Weighs Choices on Eastside Housing and SAVES Fund
Trying to find the best worst option
"...After it was postponed at the last City Council meeting, a volatile Eastside zoning case returns this..."

Oct. 16, 2020 News Feature by Austin Sanders

City Council District 2: Young Progressives Square Off for Open Seat
Candidates pledge to protect Austin’s working class families in Southeast Austin
"..."I am the working man that our so-called 'progressive' City Council claims to care so much about." He champions..."

Oct. 9, 2020 News Feature by Beth Sullivan

Feed Your Dog Tasty Crickets
New local dog food company promotes canine health and sustainability
"...and treats after being laid off in New York City due to COVID-19 cutbacks and returning to his hometown...."

Oct. 9, 2020 Food Feature by Jessi Cape

Chronicle Endorsements for the November General Election
Our picks for the local, state, and national races you'll see on your ballot
"...County Commissioner, Pct. 3: Ann Howard CITY COUNCIL District 2: David Chincanchan..."

Oct. 2, 2020 News Feature by The Chronicle Editorial Board

Red Team Comeback?
Races south, west of town too close for Democrats' comfort
" her first term, serving on the House's main environmental committee and passing legislation to protect groundwater, reduce night-sky..."

Oct. 2, 2020 News Feature by Lina Fisher

New Austin Music Worth Your Bandwidth This Week
What we’re listening to
"...Saustex Records blowout runs 2-6pm all weekend, with Saturday's multi-city broadcast growing increasingly heavy via Harvey McLaughlin, Stefan Murphy,..."

Oct. 2, 2020 Music Feature by Kevin Curtin

Will the Third Time Be a Charm for an Austin Rail System?
Project Connect looks to help make connections
"...unsustainable. Traffic congestion has steadily risen along with the city's population; according to Inrix, a transportation data firm, the..."

Sept. 25, 2020 News Feature by Jack Craver

From Light Rail to a Downtown Tunnel: The Parts of Project Connect
Diving into the plan
"...Transportation Partnership (a separate agency formed jointly by the city and Capitol Metro) will embark on engineering and environmental..."

Sept. 25, 2020 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Austin at Large: Mobility Is a Civil Right
The new Austin electorate, for whom equity is non-negotiable, considers transit
"...even more controversial and even longer-­running debate about building big-city transit – the Project Connect proposal, Prop A on..."

Sept. 25, 2020 News Column by Mike Clark-Madison

Austin Parks Foundation Discusses Racial Equity in Green Spaces
Panelists consider how Austin leadership should help dismantle racism in public spaces
"...Austin Parks Foundation's Parks Summit series, community members and city staff addressed racial equity in parks and public spaces...."

Sept. 18, 2020 News Feature by Lina Fisher

Chatting With Camila Alves McConaughey About Her Women of Today Community
Living well takes a village
"...doing awhile. Born and raised in a big Brazilian city in a big family of farmers, Alves McConaughey said..."

Sept. 11, 2020 Food Feature by Jessi Cape

Aquifer Storage and Recovery Project Could Mitigate Effects of Climate Change
Council approves phase 1 of project that could store 60,000 acre-feet of water underground by 2040
"...On Aug. 27, City Council approved Austin Water's contract with an engineering firm..."

Sept. 11, 2020 News Feature by Lina Fisher

Public Notice: Which CAMP Are You In?
Privatizers launch new strategy for school board elections
"...The window to apply for grants from the city's $10 million Relief in a State of Emergency (RISE)..."

Sept. 11, 2020 News Column by Nick Barbaro

Faster Than Sound: Remembering Chet Himes, Johnny Limón, and Riley Osbourn
Three Austin music scene stalwarts passed in late August
"...and Himes met while growing up in the Alamo City, where the latter played in Sixties psych act Homer,..."

Sept. 4, 2020 Music Column by Rachel Rascoe

Council: Too Little Affordable Housing, or Too Much?
Two southeast projects divide dais; APD's state grants OK'd
"...At its Aug. 27 meeting, City Council voted to accept several state grants to the..."

Sept. 4, 2020 News Feature by Austin Sanders

Council Recap: Too Little Affordable Housing, or Too Much?
Two Southeast projects divide dais; APD’s state grants OK’d
"...At its Aug. 27 meeting, City Council approved several state grants to the Austin Police..."

Aug. 28, 2020 News Post by Austin Sanders

Local Activists Call Out Police and Find Themselves Flagged as Threats
Doesn't take much to get on the watchlist
"...protesters to visit the homes of local police officers, environmental activist and Austin native Louis Mon­civ­ias unwittingly accomplished just..."

Aug. 28, 2020 News Feature by John Anderson

Can Architecture Provide a Blueprint for Our Post-COVID Existence?
Forge Craft Architecture's COVID Companion is a field guide to the world of the Aftertimes
"...Marcos – and was busy with more when the city was shut down in March. "All the work dried..."

Aug. 14, 2020 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Kevin Curtin Hung Out With All of Austin’s “Tree of the Year” Winners
A socially distanced journey through the city’s green spaces
" Tree of the Year website, or even a city of Austin page archiving past winners. So I called..."

July 31, 2020 Arts Feature by Kevin Curtin

Walking Waller Creek Is a Tour Through Wildlife, Wild Flora, and Wild History
Take this self-guided tour from UT's Office of Sustainability, and learn how much wildness this waterway is home to
"...School and the Dell Seton Medical Center. Over three city blocks, you get a vivid picture of the care..."

July 31, 2020 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Public Notice: Full Speed Ahead
City, AISD unfazed by public criticism
"...of somewhat surreal meetings Tuesday night, July 21, first city staff and then the Austin ISD board of trustees..."

July 24, 2020 News Column by Nick Barbaro

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