Archive for October, 2010

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Gluten Free Fun

Article by Sandra Rascon
Living gluten free for both adults and children can be an exciting time to discover the simple joys of fun foods and happier days ahead.  While many persons newly diagnosed with celiac disease, gluten intolerance or wheat […]

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Pay It Forward – Give Realty

Article by Laurie Loew
“Eat your vegetables…Chew with your mouth closed….Count your blessings…”  Like so many other children, I was raised hearing this from my parents. That and to drop a few dollars in the collection plate every Sunday. Growing up, […]


Tor Hyams – The Musical Magician Behind Austin Kiddie Limits

Story by Brent King and Lene Saint-Orens. Photos by Tor Hyams/Austin Kiddie Limits
For The Live Music Capital of the World, nothing’s bigger than the three-day musical feast served up by the Austin City Limits Festival. More than 60,000 wristband-clad people […]


And the Award goes to… A look at the Austin Film Festival

Every child has a dream. Whether it’s to become a star athlete, a scientist, a doctor or a lawyer, a dentist, or maybe a pilot, the path can be found within the textbooks of public education. But what about the ones who dream of becoming a screenwriter, or a filmmaker, where do they look?

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When Your Ex Gets the Kids for the Holidays: A How-To Guide

Article by Michelle Savage-Mena
“He who binds to himself a joy does the winged life destroy. But he who kisses the joy as it flies lives in eternity’s sunrise.”
-William Blake
If you have children and are divorced, the holidays can quickly go […]


Anthropos Arts

Article by Allen Beuershausen – Photo by Carol He
Opportunity, hope, and encouragement are three of the most essential elements in helping a child to grow into a healthy, mature adult, yet for many disadvantaged and at-risk children these ingredients are […]


Fresh, Natural and Local: The Growth of Austin’s Farmer’s Markets

Sun, Soil, and Seeds. Add some water, and the garden sprouts with life. For many Austinites, the backyard garden is more than a food-source, more than stress relief, more than a hobby.


Ask an Attorney: Family Law and Holidays

Text by Ann Del Llano
Have you ever found it difficult to get reliable information about family law without spending a small fortune? Here, you can ask your question and get an answer from an experienced family law attorney. My goal […]


The LONG Good Parent To Do List

Article by Alissa Magrum, parent and charity athlete. Photo by Lauren Ward Hammonds
I am the first to agree when I hear someone say that parenting is a tough gig. Of course, our children are an incredible gift and there are […]


Whole Kids Sprouts

Article by Rachel Butler – Photo by Lene Saint-Orens
Busy as a bee. It’s a great little saying. The words seem to “buzz” right off the tongue. The imagery is delightful as well—little workers dancing from flower to flower pollinating and […]

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