Since his retirement, the former president has made headlines for his new hobby painting portraits and pictures of animals. Now, a small piece of his creative output can be yours.
In the Post’s interactive map, Bee Cave, Westlake, and several other Austin-area neighborhoods are named as Super Zips. In total, the Austin-area is home to eight Super Zips, all ranked between the 95th and 99th percentile. Here they are, in order of highest median household income/
These are photos from the Texas State Archives and Library Commission’s new exhibit on the assassination of Pres. John F. Kennedy.
Listen to these incredible recollections from two men that were there: Inside Parkland Hospital & Aboard Air Force One the Day JFK Was Killed
Over 100 students, faculty, staff community supporters gathered at the University of Texas campus this afternoon to protest a so-called“ Catch an Illegal Immigrant” game that was originally planned for today.
Formula 1 is over, but you can relive the action with this video KUT shot when the Circuit of the Americas was newly built. See more here: Video: German Designers Show Off Austin’s F1 Racetrack and check out the rest of KUT’s F1 coverage here.
Plans are moving ahead in the Austin area to house about 200 people who are chronically homeless. Community First Village has been about a decade in the making and in just a matter of months, it will break ground.
The property is 27 acres, with little cottages, mobile homes and even some teepees dotting the landscape. A three-acre community garden is also on site.
Time for the weekly podcast! Get a taste of Austin news, hosted by yours truly.
Many pets remain unclaimed at Austin shelters after the floods – including Panda, the German Shepherd-type dog seen hugging an Austin firefighter in this picture that went viral.
The floods last Thursday damaged or destroyed more than 1,000 homes, displacing families – many of them with children.
Bene Jacobs, her partner Lawrence, and their three children are one such family. They were rescued from the roof of her neighbor’s home.
“My five year old was holding my 16 month old on top of the roof,” she says.
Now’s your chance to name the parts of Austin that should be served by urban rail.
This week, the City of Austin and its transportation partners are inviting the public to name the subcorridor that would benefit the most from urban rail.
When her 10-year old son’s hospitalization put a crunch on costume making, Laura Wilson-Swanson got a boost from Austin’s Subreddit.
Feeling moody lately? Depressed even?
Maybe it’s your job. Maybe it’s the weather. Or maybe it’s the state you live in.
Acting on over a decade’s worth of surveys, a team of researchers have charted relative moodiness state by state across America.
We just hosted a roundtable discussion on the state of the TV entertainment industry. Big screen or small, in TV’s new Golden Age, does size still matter?
Listen to what Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas has to say: http://kutne.ws/1itWDb5
Will Forte of Saturday Night Live fame is probably best known for his character and film “MacGruber” – a mullet-sporting, inept version of MacGyver.
But the comedian takes on a serious role in “Nebraska” – a black and white film from director Alexander Payne about a father-son road trip. Forte is David Grant – a stereo salesman from Montana with a lackluster love life and a rocky relationship with his family.
KUT talked with Forte before the movie’s Texas Premiere at the Austin Film Festival. Listen: MacGruber No More? Will Forte Takes Dramatic Turn in ‘Nebraska’