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As the unremitting heat of this past summer is about to remit, I’m seeing more and more of Austin’s street people out and about. During this endless and hellacious summer, I had noted their absence downtown and hoped that they … Continue reading
The woman known as Bicycle Annie has found her way to my pages of Austin memories on several occasions. During the 50s, 60s, and 70s, she was a frequent sight along the Drag (the part of Guadalupe on the western … Continue reading
Since I’ve been working on some other matters, including my article about traffic for Austin Post, I thought now would be a good time to spotlight some great comments by readers in response to previous entries. A wonderful gentlemen who … Continue reading
In case you noticed my absence, I escaped on vacation (Cabo San Lucas) last week and didn’t have an entry to post before leaving. If I were better organized, I would have done some pre-writing, as they call it in … Continue reading