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METRO | Beverly Baker Moore : Old and in the way in Austin

This article is a casual investigation of available cheap digs for seniors in Austin. By Beverly Baker Moore | The Rag Blog | July 13, 2014 AUSTIN — As the saying goes, getting old ain’t for sissies, especially in a … finish reading METRO | Beverly Baker Moore : Old and in the way in Austin

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METRO | Terry Dyke : Resilience and cooperative urban farming in Austin

What we’re doing is a nice, green, eco-conscious bit of ‘walking the walk.’ By Terry Dyke | The Rag Blog | April 21, 2014 AUSTIN — We grow food in our neighborhood. It’s not a huge amount, and there aren’t … finish reading METRO | Terry Dyke : Resilience and cooperative urban farming in Austin

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METRO | Life goes on at Austin’s Death Café

Death Cafés are a community-based response to a mass media-plagued modern American culture that has no place for end-of-life discussion. By Beverly Baker Moore | The Rag Blog | April 16, 2014 AUSTIN — Death Café is a nation-wide salon … finish reading METRO | Life goes on at Austin’s Death Café

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