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Shoot Wildlife—With a Camera
Photo tourism promoted to help ranchers preserve open spaces
by Melissa Gaskill

Home for the Holidays
It’s time to get ready for holiday guests and festivities. Our advertisers help you make the best selections.

Scooter Town, Texas
Whether it’s vintage or new, European or Asian, you’ll find somebody riding a scooter in Austin
by Ian Dille

The readers write

Out & About
The lowdown on what’s going on
Compiled by Whitney Angstadt

After twenty years of marriage new life and new loves lie ahead
by Karen Kreps

Seeking Spirit
Inspiration at the Fringe
by Becca Hensley

Of love, language and the Tower of Babel
by Lindsey Lane
October Family Events

Simply complex: Carmelized onions
by Clane Hayward
October Food Events

With this leash, I thee wed (the kids are another story)
by Spike Gillespie

October Pet Events
Pet Fest San Marcos

In the Garden
To survive drought, make simple changes
by Cecilia Nasti
October Garden Events
October in the Garden

Recipes for green design and zero energy capable homes
by Joseph Bennett


Bond campaign brings together charter amendment foes
by Robert Singleton

October Environmental Events

Wheels: Hers
The 2007 Volkswagen Rabbit
A hopping success-—again
by Ann Guidry

Wheels: His
The 2006 Mustang GT Premium
How cool are you?
by Ian Dille

Austin Originals
Bark ‘n Purr Pet Center
Established 1955
by Barbara Wray





A Fresh Spin for Cycling
At two of Austin’s most popular gyms, indoor cycling classes produce great workouts
by Ian Dille

Cut Calories to Live Longer?
Proponents believe calorie restriction with optimal nutrition can extend their lifespan
by April Dykman

The Buzz
Health, wellness & fitness activities abound
Compiled by Whitney Angstadt

Work your core to develop your
foundation for fantastic fitness
by Tam Thompson

Nothing fishy about the risks and benefits of eating more fish
by Darline Turner-Lee

Oh my, what beautiful lashes: glue on a lovely, lustrous look
by Joanne Liu