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Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Oct. 21, 2012

Ding ... dong (or however your doorbell might sound this coming Halloween eve). Once again, you pause your annual viewing of “Ernest Scared Stupid,” and head to the door to greet ...


Rick Jussel

It’s bye week, time to buy into this group of Denver Broncos

It’s Bye Week, time to take stock. Let’s buy in. We don’t need four more years. What we need is 10 more weeks followed by a bonus month. The Denver Broncos, despite the ...


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Erin McIntyre

Follow these tips for trimming, replanting iris

When I first started gardening, I quickly realized that some plants are a better investment than others. I know this is risky territory for me to wander into, the whole foray of how much money ...


Dennis Hill

Fall has own timetable for watering, fertilizing

How late in the fall should I continue to water my lawn, and should I fertilize it now? — Lottie As fall comes on and weather starts to cool, you want to start stretching out your ...


Tess Furey

Tess on the Town: Thumbs up for Kuniko’s teriyaki

The sampuru, or sample foods, are the first thing you notice arriving at Kuniko’s Teriyaki Grill. Plastic models sculpted to look like actual dishes are on display in the front window ...


David Goe

On the Goe: Music’s past, present, future come alive in Austin

What’s old is new at Austin City Limits. Making one last grasp at summer fun, two friends, 75,000 festival-goers and I hit Zilker Park with high expectations for a weekend (Oct. ...


Rick Jussel

Jussel: Lack of stars doesn’t mean Nuggets can’t win in NBA

Because every step taken and every throw made by a certain Hall of Fame-bound quarterback has been so thoroughly chronicled and because ineptitude by a certain baseball team has been impossible ...


Steve Beauregard

Turning off ‘Cinderella’ is slipper-y slope

It’s movie night, and the request is for “Cinderella.” Why not?” I grumble to myself. We may have missed something during the first 57 viewings. So a recap of the Disney ...


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Ivy Parnasius

OutFit: Cozy sweater

The one way to describe the plethora of sweaters this fall: granny chic. Far from frumpy, this season’s sweater crop will keep you looking cool but feeling toasty warm. The most popular ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Oct. 14, 2012

This time of year my email inbox fills rapidly with requests to inform readers about warm clothing drives, food drives and donations for various charities. Soon, various toy drives will be ...


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