Browsing: July

Featured Stories
A Passion for Persistence

By Steve Uhler, photos by Keith Trigaci, styled by Ashley Hargrove, hair and makeup by Laura MartInez, shot on location at Sellers Underground, 213 W. Fourth St., sellersunderground.com Teresa Granillo…

Featured Stories
Ripple Effect

Lila Igram, founder of the global crowdfunding platform Connecther, shows what powerful, impactful changes are possible when we start to consider all the women in the…

Food
Pop Sensation

Cool off with this flavorful twist on a sweet summer recipe.    By April Cumming Natalie Gazaui was raised in Montevideo, Uruguay, in a home with…

Food
Outside the Box with Lucky Lime

Lucky Lime, Austin’s newest meal-delivery service, is lunchtime’s main squeeze.       By Amanda Pinney Browse one of Lucky Lime’s weekly menus and you’ll find…

Health & Wellness
The Infertility Dilemma

Dr. Simone Scumpia of Austin Thyroid & Endocrinology highlights the warning signs of malfunctioning hormones that can lead to infertility. By Shelley Seale Today’s high-tech world…

Eat This, Not That
How Sweet It Is

Here’s the best alternative to your daily spoonful of sugar. By Lauren Delaney and April Cumming Eat this: stevia sweetener Not that: sucralose, aspartame and saccharin…

Memo from JB
Rite of Passage

Humor is a much-needed, free form of therapy when raising a teenager. By JB Hager, photo by Rudy Arocha I have always heard the rumors and…

Health & Wellness
Orange Burn

Fitness fanatic Kelly Faldyn has a theory about how to stay fit. By Gretchen M. Sanders Kelly Faldyn only wears orange these days. Ever since the…

I Am Austin Woman
Haircuts for the Homeless

A new film project, spearheaded by Director Lisa Donato, gives Austin’s homeless population a platform to share their stories. Tanya faces her final days at The…