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Lighting Up the Town

Artist Sharon Keshishian of sign shop Ion Art tells the story of how her iconic Austin creations came to be. By Rachel Rascoe It would be…

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Young and Restless

Two college students, Angela Jin and Nishiki Maredia, channeled their love for boy band One Direction into a social justice movement. By Kat Sampson Entrepreneurs Angela…

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The Business of Blogging

Three hustling bloggers and social-media mavens divulge the truth behind what it takes to be an influencer. By Sarah E. Ashlock Meet three of Texas’ most…

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The Funding is Female

Venture capitalist duo Kerry Rupp and Sara Brand, leading ladies behind True Wealth Ventures, discuss why investing in women is a smart business move and why…

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Banking on Austin

As the presidents of three of the largest banks in Texas, Nikki Graham, Kerry Hall, and Rina Patel are building up the Austin community through better…

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At the Top of Her Game

High above downtown Austin’s bustling streets, on WP Engine CEO Heather Brunner’s office windowsill sits her very first cellphone. At first glance, the square, bulky device…

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The Human Connection

Elaine Garza, the cool and collected chief behind Giant Noise, the public-relations behemoth she founded more than 10 years ago, has mastered the art of engaging…

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Three

That’s the number of female African-American architects in Austin. By Shelley Seale, Photos by Dustin Meyer The year was 2007. The setting was New Orleans. Trinity…

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