Sorry, Texans, this Austin woman took the best ‘bluebonnet’ photo of all time

Tis the season. Wildflower season, that is. Your Facebook and Instagram feeds are probably full of photos like this:  Or maybe like this: Well, I’m sorry, but if you were competing for the best bluebonnet photo of all time, Austinite Mary Musgrave...

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Chuy’s is donating $1 to St. Jude for every burrito sold on National Burrito Day

Listen, Chuy’s may not serve the best Tex-Mex in the state, or even the best in Austin. But there’s something comforting about the chain, which started in 1982 in an old abandoned barbecue joint on Barton Springs Road. The margs are great, the happy...

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‘Fixer Upper’ is over, but you can get your fix with these homes for rent in Waco

The last episode of “Fixer Upper” aired Tuesday night, but don’t worry -- Chip and Joanna Gaines aren’t going anywhere. They still own Magnolia Homes and operate Magnolia Market and the bakery next door in Waco. They also just opened Magnolia Table...

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Sorry, Texans: ‘mosquito hawks’ don’t actually eat mosquitoes

If you’ve had your windows or doors open lately at your house (and who wouldn’t? It’s spring in Texas!), you may have noticed some pesky little visitors. They look like oversized mosquitoes, and in Texas they’re fondly nicknamed “mosquito hawks” or “skeeter...

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WATCH: Doorbell camera captures snake slithering around Texas woman’s front door

Usually when your security camera app awakes you in the middle of the night, it’s because there’s an intruder in your home. That’s sort of what happened to Allison Keller and her husband at their Spring home on Tuesday night -- but it was a different...

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Alamo Drafthouse is selling ‘Sandlot’-inspired baseball caps for its 25th anniversary screenings

It’s almost summertime -- and almost baseball season. To celebrate, the Alamo Drafthouse is offering screenings of everyone’s favorite (don’t fight me on this one) baseball movie: “The Sandlot.”  It all kicks off on Saturday at The Long Time, Austin’s...

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