Go on a Nature Conservancy adventure during lunch

3:46 pm Mar. 30, 2017

The Nature Conservancy Lunch is one midday repast that I rarely miss.

Folks from worlds of business, government and conservation gather in a big room each year to hear about measurable results around the state from this nonpartisan, science-based advocacy

Soaking up the glamour of the Texas Medal of Arts

2:01 pm Feb. 23, 2017

I could have chilled all night. And still have chilled some more.

These days, I’m looking for the exit earlier and earlier at Austin affairs. Chalk it up to social supersaturation.

Not this night. Or nights, if you include the

Report: Toasty winter parties in Austin

8:15 pm Feb. 5, 2017

This long week, we learned about child advocates, savored an opera, lingered over a humanities exhibit, mingled at a block party, toasted a nonagenarian and shared an Austin history book with the masses.

CASAblanca for CASA

1921-2016: Farmer, leader Rubert Ceder dies

9:44 am Nov. 28, 2016

Farmer. Auctioneer. Tax collector. County leader. Park land banker.

Rubert Ceder, who died Nov. 23, was many things to Austin and Travis County. His Swedish family worked the land east of the city continuously since the 1870s.