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Through History’s Long Lens
Professor Tom Palaima gives ancient perspective on modern day issues of education, war and politics.
By Michelle Moon Reinhardt

Becoming Nature at Balcones
By Stephen W. McGuire

Guide to Health & Wellness
Our advertisers offer professional advice for your health and well-being


City Ink
Bike Helmets? Let adults choose.
by Ken Martin

Letters
The readers write

Out & About
The lowdown on what’s going on
Compiled by Rita Debellis

Intimacies
Ask, “Is sexual chemistry real?” and you’ve yet to experience it
by Karen Kreps

Seeking Spirit
Taking practice to the streets
by Becca Hensley

Family
Three things I learned (and remembered) on my summer vacation
by Lindsey Lane

August Family Events

Food
But I don’t even feel like cooking! Salad Niçoise, even when you’re hot and grumpy
by Clane Hayward

August Food Events

Pets
Cool cats (literally) and dogs, too
by Spike Gillespie
August Pet Events
Pet Resources

In the Garden
Don’t let the temperature fool you, it’s time to plant fall vegetables
by Cecilia Nasti
Augustin the Garden
August Garden Events

Shelter
Sustainable design for Central Texas
by Steven V. Levy
Interiors

Environment
Nuclear powwe, dead mules and Judas goats
by Robert Singleton
August Environmental Events

Austin Originals
Melba’s Boutique
Established 1965
by Barbara Wray

Wheels: Hers
2007 Toyota Yaris sedan
A truly moving vehicle
by Ann Guidry

Wheels: His
2006 Volksvagen GTI MkV
Oh yeah, I found my fast
by Ian Dille

 

 

 

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Health Savings Accounts
Transforming patients into savvy health consumers
by Kathy Lesko

Flying Saucers for Golf
A firsthand look at the competitive world of disc golf
by Ian Dille

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

Fitness
Fitness after fifty involves understanding of how it works
by Tam Thompson

Healthcare
Stop bugging me! Six effective tactics to stop bugs from biting
by Darline Turner-Lee

Pampering
Nourish, nourish, nourish, or leave your face high and dry
by Joanne Liu