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    See the new Downtown Austin skyline that sprouted over the last decade or so? Take a good look at it, maybe snap a pic for posterity. Because over the next few years it's going to change even further.


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  • 07/24/13--12:20: Guadalupe River State Park

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    I’m not saying ATX Hackerspace is trying to create a new superhero, but they have a lot of powerful electrical equipment, bodies of water, and robots to play with this Saturday. You do the math. For those of you who prefer to read about heroes rather than becoming one, you have multiple book clubs to choose from this week, plus LARPing, boardgames, and movie nights.

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  • 07/25/13--06:00: Overrated: Mother’s Café
  • Why does “vegetarian” so often have to mean “flavorless”?


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    UPDATE (July 25, 2013): MetroRapid today unveiled some of the new buses that will be used for MetroRapid service when it begins in 2014. The clean diesel fuel vehicles were desgined by Nova Bus, a New York-based company that's also designed buses for Chicago, Houston and New York City.


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    It’s just about August, and that means we’re sort of, kind of, relatively close to the end of the absolute worst part of the eight-month stretch of year we call summer.


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    Just when you thought our technology and geek life reporter couldn’t get any whiter, Chris-Rachael goes nearly translucent when handed a musical instrument.

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    From the standpoint of a renter in the market for a $750 per month apartment, two bad things can happen when the rental market is tight.

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    We scour the blogs so you don't have to...

    "Beer by the Bay Festival at Horseshoe Bay"


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    We’ve trolled Facebook, LinkedIn, and odd corners of the internet looking for the tech jobs you won’t find on Craigslist. Most of these come from people at the company in question hoping a friend of a friend can help them find a good person to hire. Luckily for you, The Austin Post is your friend.

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    Austin's Dead Music Capital Band may appear dead and disfigured, but their music makes you want to dig yourself out of the ground and move it around a little.


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  • 07/27/13--07:32: W 5th St

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    If you build it, will they come?


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    We’ve seen “Master Plans” come, go, sit on the shelves of City Hall, but the UT Medical District is more or less guaranteed to happen in the next couple of years, at least the first phase.

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    This week Austin is showing a lot of love for web designers. There’s a meetup just for helping designers and developers communicate better, another for dynamic website prototyping, and one for web speed optimization. You can also meet and mingle with the good folks at Refresh Austin, LinkedIn, and local Green companies.

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    Today, July 30, marks the 48th anniversary of Medicare, the national health insurance program for Americans 65 and older, signed into law by Texas' own President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1965 as an amendment to the Social Security Act.


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    With the PlayStation 4 and X-Box One battling it out for your holiday dollars, it’s easy to miss the newest entry into the console gaming market. Say hello to the Ouya.

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    Put on your fanciest of pants, trim that facial hair, and stuff that koozie back in the kitchen drawer because it is time to step up your drinking game. If you’re looking to impress a new date or simply take a break from Fireball shots and dirty dance clubs, we know a few good places to get it done. Check out this list of places to find craft cocktails in Austin.

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    For this week's Austin Postcast, we stopped by Austin Technology Incubator to talk to Antonio Arocha, CEO of local tech startup Nuve.

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    Our Kickstarter of the week comes from Minicore Studios, which is asking for an ambitious $100,000 to complete their 2D platformer game "Laika Believes."

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