RE-Designing is the latest buzzword in the interior design world. It’s all about making design when everyone else is making do. So Collectic Home is staging a RE-Design Seminar from 10am-noon tomorrow, Wednesday. Learn from designer/stager Deb Primera about the fundamentals, summed-up with her Four Ps of RE-Design: Planning – Learn how to use tools [...]
These are some seriously awesome deals, people. For Father’s Day, my bro and I used to take our dad to Outback Steakhouse every year. Unfortunately for Pops, the bro and I got into our free-range-meat-only habit, and Outback was out the window. Luckily for Dad, Austin Land & Cattle would never dream of serving up [...]
In honor of today being Monday, the day after Sunday, which is unofficial official Brunch Day, let’s talk about brunches. I’ve raved about the Four Seasons’ brunch more times than I can count, and Moonshine’s too. I was on quite the brunch kick for a little while, but athletics and sleeping have gotten in the [...]
Flyer says it all. Free wine and food. Delicious food. Delicious wine. From the cute little house atop the hill just on the other side of 35 on 7th Street. Do it. When else do you get offered free booze on a Saturday night from 5pm-close??
Loyal readers, we’re invited to a Rebel Rebel Mojito Happy Hour happening this afternoon on that little street next to GSD&M that people forget about (also sweet West Sixth parking when you’re going out at night). More precisely, 609 Wood Street, tucked away under the trees on Wood Street, on the right. Free mojitos, appetizers, [...]
For such a hipster place, it can be hard to find clothes to wear in Austin. How to achieve that laid-back but perfectly-put-together look we’re so famous for? And keep our sweat stains from showing at the same time? The cool kids can shop SoCo’s vintage stores, but some of us just don’t have time [...]
This is big news for the blogosphere: the Federal Trade Commission is looking into regulating bloggers. The proposed official guidelines are at: http://www.ftc.gov/os/2008/11/P034520endorsementguides.pdf. Basically, bloggers that don’t disclose they received freebies could become the target of an FTC investigation. Historically, it’s been up to bloggers themselves to outline their own ethics codes (in their heads) [...]
1) Champagne bubbles are not good for Monday morning 7am sprints. Not the 400M ones, not the 200M ones, and not even the 35M ones. 2) If champagne bubbles are still in your system 2 days later, you had too much champagne at the wedding. 3) True, deep forgiveness is really hard. But really worth [...]