An ‘Austin-inspired’ food hall is headed to New York City

What is “Austin-inspired” food, anyway? According to Hill Country in New York City, it’s barbecue, breakfast tacos, fried chicken, pizza, burgers, coffee, doughnuts and more. So just ... food?  At any rate, the folks behind New York’s Hill Country...

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Are there black bears in Central Texas?

If you’ve traveled to East Texas, you’re likely aware of the danger of black bears. But black bears in Austin are unheard of, right? Well, not exactly. According to Texas Hill Country, black bears used to be plentiful all across Texas, but over the...

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Spend your summer trying Austin’s best watering holes with Austin360’s Boozery Bingo

Memorial Day weekend is upon us, which marks the unofficial start of summer. We’ve already given you some ideas for fun things to do this summer: concerts, outdoor fun, movies (and more movies), travel ... but how about some local watering holes (no...

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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott cancels shotgun giveaway after Santa Fe shooting

After eight students and two teachers were killed Friday in a shooting at Santa Fe High School, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott appears to have canceled a shotgun giveaway on his website. According to the Texas Tribune, Abbott’s re-election campaign dropped...

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Here’s how long the ‘honeymoon period’ lasts for Texas couples

Nothing lasts forever. Y’know that exciting feeling at the beginning of a relationship when all you want to do is spend time with your new partner and everything they do is endearing? Yeah, that doesn’t last forever, either. According to a survey...

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Santa Fe students protested gun violence less than a month before deadly school shooting

In April, students at Santa Fe High School in Texas took part in a national walkout protesting school shootings.  Photos from the walkout have been making the rounds on social media after eight to 10 people were killed at the school during a shooting...

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Santa Fe student: ‘... eventually it was going to happen here too.’

A Santa Fe High School student told a reporter Friday that she wasn’t surprised a shooter opened fire on her school. In the clip, posted by a Huffington Post editor on Twitter, a reporter for an unidentified TV station asks the student, “Was there...

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