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Sustainable Living: Part 4
You’ve Got the Power

You can save energy, save money and help save the planet
by Ken Martin

A Mile in Moccasins
Non-Indians practice native American traditions
by Laura Ohata

Terri Hendrix
Exploring the universe—and its ownership
by Rush Evans

City Ink
The Ride of Silence
by Ken Martin

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

Austin Originals
Tomlinson’s Feed and Pets
Established 1946
by Barbara Wray

Intimacies
In June, when wedding bells ring, singles are pressed to marry too
by Karen Kreps

Seeking Spirit
Art awakens your soul at the Blanton Museum
by Becca Hensley

Family
A complete guide to being friends with a single parent
by Lindsey Lane
June Family Events

Food
The effortless chef’s sautéed summer vegetables with herbs
by Clane Hayward
June Food Events

Pets
Other people’s pooches—pet parks and parties
by Spike Gillespie
June Pet Events

In the Garden
In the middle of the year pests kick into high gear
by Cecilia Nasti
June in the Garden
June Garden Events

Shelter
McMansion Overkill:
With the recommended design ordinance, the cure will be worse than the problem
by Ben Heimsath
Interiors

Environment
Progressives need to be aggressive about council races
by Robert Singleton
June Environmental Events

Wheels: Hers
2006 Jeep Wrangler:
Sixty-five years and counting
by Ann Guidry

Wheels: His
2006 Cadillac SRX Crossover:
For ski bums or soccer dads?
by Ian Dille

 

 

 

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Oh, My Aching Back
How needles just might relieve your stabbing pain
by Michelle Moon Reinhardt

Should You Be Taking Statins?
If diet and exercise haven’t lowered your cholesterol, the answer may be yes.
by Michelle Moon Reinhardt

The Buzz
Health, wellness & fitness activities abound
Compiled by Rita DeBellis

Fitness
Smart drinking will keep you going during the summer heat
by Tam Thompson

Healthcare
A steady squeeze is all you need to avoid a lethal blood clot
by Darline Turner-Lee

Pampering
Meeting the neighbors has never been easier or more relaxing
by Joanne Liu