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Beat the Texas heat with sangria
August 11, 2010
August in Texas can be defined by a few things: trips to the river, anxiety about upcoming fall classes and, of course, 100-degree temperatures in the shade. To combat the onslaught of late summer heat and worries over starting that dreaded statistics course, sangria can be the easiest way to chill out.
Gelato offers all the flavor of ice cream with less fat
August 9, 2010
The ice cream man doesn’t seem to exist anymore, at least around campus. Even though Amy’s Ice Creams is a local favorite for frozen desserts, Austin’s diverse selection of gelato makes this Italian treat another worthy summer indulgence.
Military-inspired fashion marches through town
June 13, 2010
Whether it’s cruising with your aviators on and listening to The Doors like you’re in “Apocalypse Now” or throwing on some combat boots with a pair of jeans, aspects of military fashion are becoming ingrained in the regular Austin chic of plaid and cutoffs.
Prototype Vintage Design breaks out of mold
June 1, 2010
With its vibrant green walls, Prototype Vintage Design lures the crowds exploring South Congress Avenue off the beaten path of the main street and onto its side of the block.