July/August 2009

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“I arrived at UT as a homophobic gay male.” That’s how Jake Gonzales recalls the start of his freshman year in Austin. Though he knew...

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The gospel story about loaves and fishes could be interpreted as a metaphor for how good deeds multiply themselves – propelled by some effective...

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Kevin Heady knows a thing or two about sophisticated fashion. As a custom jeweler, creating one-of-a-kind pieces for an urban and chic clientele, Heady...

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One of the many economic silver linings emerging these days is the first time home buyer program that will give you a tax credit...

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For many people, a night at a restaurant is like a night at the theatre. They take their seats with anticipatory enthusiasm, share what...

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When most Americans think of rum drinks, what most likely comes to mind is rum & Coke, a daiquiri, or perhaps something served poolside—frozen...

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Pasha Sabouri is a late-blooming musical prodigy. The San Francisco-born, Nevada-raised violinist moved around as a child – his father served in the military –...

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On a recent Saturday morning, West Lynn Avenue in the Clarksville neighborhood looks like a 21st Century Norman Rockwell painting. Kids run ahead of...

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