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Sustainable Living: Part 2
Green Growing

Nature is self-sustaining and we can learn her secrets
by Cecilia Nasti

Stephen Harrigan
His latest novel, ‘Challenger Park,’ about life as a mommy astronaut, comes out this month
by Laura Ohata

A Juvenile Book Club
The Second Chance Books program at the Travis County Juvenile Justice Center is helping kids escape...into a good book
by Ian Dille

City Ink
Enjoy a bigger, better magazine
by Ken Martin

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

Your lifestyle, diet and libido are intricately interconnected
by Karen Kreps

Seeking Spirit
Playful experimentation can jolt you out of complacency
by Becca Hensley

When worrying overwhelms, breathe and have faith
by Lindsey Lane
April Family Events
Kid’s Summer Camps

Eating from the garden: Spring salad of beets and mâche
by Dawne Anderson Spinale
April Food Events

Train yourself how to adopt the right pooch
by Spike Gillespie
April Pet Events
Pet Resources

In the Garden
Tomatoes are simple to grow and absolute heaven to eat
by Cecilia Nasti
April in the Garden
April Garden Events

Build smaller and smarter
by Pete Gasper and Laurie Smith
Give your home a spring color bath

No last minute reprieve
by Robert Singleton
April Environmental Events

Wheels: Hers
2006 Pontiac Torrent
The wedge is back—and we’re not just talking shoes
by Ann Guidry

Wheels: His
2006 Saab 9-2X Aero
Please put your tray in the upright position
by Rob D’Amico

Austin Originals
Sandy’s Shoes
Established 1979
by Barbara Wray





The Silent Thief
Why hearing loss in children needs early detection, intervention
by Michelle Moon Reinhardt

Perfecting the Pearly Whites
Dental and orthodontic care for your child
by Michelle Moom Reinhardt

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

Enjoy spring wildflower rides by coping calmly with the cars
by Tam Thompson

It’s vital that families openly discuss their medical history
by Darline Turner-Lee

Put on your spa face and put out your welcome mat
by Joanne Liu