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Frances Sneed "Fannie" Simnacher, 1912-2016

Joan Havard posted on her Facebook page today that her grandmother, Frances Sneed “Fannie” Simnacher, has died at age 104 in the home where she was born on Dogshead Bend in the Montopolis area. 265 palabras más

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Rodeo Austin picks new leader

Rodeo Austin,  one of Austin’s signature events, has a new leader. Rob Golding, who has served in the past decade as founding principal, chairman and CEO of  372 palabras más

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Literary New Orleans

4/18/16
Literary New Orleans

During the 1920s, New Orleans became known as the poor man’s Paris thus attracting the bohemian crowds. Artists and writers alike sought inspiration in its architecture, unique culture, and seedy underbelly.The cheap lifestyle was an added bonus for those striving to earn a living via their creativity.  269 palabras más

Breakfast At Tiffany's On Stage! (Review)

It’s been a while since I last checked into the blogging sphere, but I’m suddenly in the mood to write again so here I am! And what better way to end a mundane Tuesday than with a theatre review of one of the most exciting plays I have seen in a while. 447 palabras más

Internet instantly rewards World War II hero

Now how is this for a modern wonder: A man calls me from Houston. He’s in his 90s and served in World War II. Would I call him back? 133 palabras más

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3 more potent parties that altered Austin

Recently, we detailed 17 parties that altered Austin. The story and the video were hits. Still are.

Here we offer three affairs that didn’t make the first list — and probably should have. 415 palabras más

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When writing becomes an obsession - to understand a writer #amwriting

I was watching the movie Capote at the weekend. It was after a long day of painting the house, and at the tail end of a week-off -work where I had done nothing but paint, so I was shattered and only half-way interested in the movie when my husband put it on. 547 palabras más

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