Austin has many entertainment venues that create buzz around the City of Austin all year long. These venues help drive traffic and employment opportunities to the City of Austin. This buzz and demand helps influence the Austin Lifestyle and Real Estate market.

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Being a girl born and raised in New York, getting that email on Friday morning informing me of the cancelation of all UT classes was extremely confusing. I immediately jumped out of bed and looked out of my apartment window shocked to find the sidewalk slightly dusted with snow. I pulled up the weather app on my iPhone only to become even more surprised when the screen reads that it was only 38 degrees. If I was confused I can't imagine what people from Minnesota, Wisconsin or Chicago were thinking. This is what Austin calls a "Snow Day"? I could totally get used to this! Now with all of this free time I newly discovered I had, I started planning my day to make sure I didn't waste any of it. I called a few of my friends to confirm that this email was

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Looks like P Terry's will finally start getting some competition in Austin. See the Article below from the Austin Business Journal.

For those who still are wondering “Where’s the beef?” one answer might be that it’s in Round Rock on Tuesday. That’s when In-N-Out Burger officially opens after months and months of waiting. The California headquarters made the announcement Monday.

The doors open at 10:30 a.m. and stay open until 1 a.m. weekdays. The iconic burger joint will remain open until 1:30 a.m. on the weekends.

In-N-Out officials still aren’t saying when its other store near I-35 and Airport Boulevard in Central Austin will open, though it appears to be soon with much of the construction complete. A timeline for a third location in Cedar Park

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