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The Austin Transit Partnership surveyed Austinites for around two months to inform future routes, costs, connections, and locations.
Here’s a play-by-play for the perfect three-day weekend.
The Broken Coconut transformed the Downtown hotel’s seventh floor into a tropical paradise.
Did you know the city and county provide interactive GIS maps of Austin to connect you to resources and help you get to know your communities?
“Beyond Monet: The Immersive Experience” and “Beyond Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience,” will be on display through summer.
Eat and Drink
We’ll be toasting to the bountiful beverage industry across Austin, TX from Monday, July 22 to Friday, July 26, 2024.
Make the most of the warm weather with this list of the best local events and activities happening this summer.
An ode to Austin, the new coffee and boba shop will celebrate its grand opening Friday, May 17-Sunday, May 19 with live music, discounted drinks, and special merch all weekend.
Sandra Bullock, is that you?
Travel and Outdoors
The Capital City’s park system ranked No. 3 in Texas and No. 44 in the US in ParkScore’s annual report.
We’re taking a look at the last year of life, work, and entertainment in Downtown Austin — what has changed?
The 21-acre green space has two playgrounds, splash pads, public art, and plenty of space for outdoor activities and community gatherings.
The city has set goals to reduce water usage and waste by setting realistic guidelines for five and 10-year conservation efforts.
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Lost Creek, Blue Goose Road, and River Place outparcels voted to leave Austin city limits over the weekend.
We’re saying goodbye to the Frank Erwin Center — which will be gone by fall — with memories of the venue submitted by readers like you.
Crews brought “The Drum” down without any use of explosives and the site is expected to be clear and ready for redevelopment in September.
The 2023 festival generated $499.9 million toward the local economy, announcing that $8.1 will go toward the Austin Parks Foundation.
Event-goers will take a first look at the art institution’s future.
The City of Austin is asking locals to share their knowledge of Downtown Austin through a new survey to help inform historical elements.

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