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The Gay Gems of Austin: Diamond Hotels

Sep 28, 2015 No Comments by

Whether you’re visiting the great City of Austin for the glitz and glamour of Formula One or the invigorating experience of South By Southwest (SXSW); When in the blue oasis that is Austin, you need to sleep like you’re in paradise. Not all hotels are made the same, and not all hotels can cater to […]

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We Are Looking for a Real Estate Salesperson to Join Our Sales Team

Sep 13, 2015 No Comments by

  We want you to be the first to know – We’re growing! The Varela-Kosarek Team at REATX Real Estate is looking to hire an experienced, energetic, results-driven real estate salesperson to join our top-notch sales team. As a licensed real estate agent for our team, you’ll work with the team leader and other team members to turn sales […]

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50+ Non-Drinking Things to Do in Austin at Night

Sep 12, 2015 No Comments by

Go out, get drunk, and wake up with a hangover. Feel like your weekend routine doesn’t change and you’re going to the same places in Austin? Check out our list of 50+ non-drinking things to do in, and around, Austin! Just as a quick note – Always call ahead to make sure these places are […]

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Austin’s Gay Sports and Social Clubs

Sep 11, 2015 2 Comments by

Joining a gay sports league is one of the easiest ways to meet people and build a group of friends here in Austin. No matter your athletic ability, there’s a group that will be a match and welcome you to play with their team.

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Meeting Professionals in Austin – Straight, Gay, and Progressive

Sep 10, 2015 No Comments

A few months back I attended my first Downtown Austin Urban Happy Hour. I’ve heard people talk about this happy hour and I was looking to expand my circle of friends to include a few more straight professionals, so I definitely wanted to check it out. I was a little curious how the happy hour […]

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Getting Involved in Austin

Sep 09, 2015 No Comments

When moving to a new city, one of the best ways to network and meet new folks is by immersing yourself in the community. Depending on the crowd you’re looking to network among, getting involved with an organization or non-profit will introduce you to many people you may not otherwise meet at the gay bars.

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Equality Party TONIGHT at Highland Lounge

Jun 26, 2015 No Comments

Congratulations America!! This Historic Moment was long delayed and so was the celebration. Join us at the official EQUALITY Party at Highland Lounge today starting at 8:00 pm. It will be THE place to celebrate the decision tonight in Austin, TX! We will be raffling champagne bottles and the party will go on until […]

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Where Can I Buy Liquor on Sundays in Austin?

May 22, 2015 No Comments

When moving to a new city more specifically, Austin, you have to figure out where to purchase the basics… like groceries, produce and let’s not forget the alcohol.  Depending on where you moved from, you may be used to buying all of your goods at one store on any day of the week. Well, that […]

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Discovering Austin’s 809 Acre Jewel

Apr 30, 2015 No Comments

If you’ve recently moved to Austin, you may or may have not heard of “the greenbelt”. Especially when the weather is nice and water is flowing, it seems like everyone is talking about it. I know you’ve definitely heard of Barton Springs Pool, which is right where the greenbelt ends before entering Lady Bird Lake. […]

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Perfect Saturday in Austin’s Wine Country

Apr 17, 2015 Comments Off on Perfect Saturday in Austin’s Wine Country

My sister and brother-in-law recently came to visit Austin. With my brother-in-law being from Spain, and his brother being a wine maker, I knew I definitely wanted to show off Austin’s wine country. With over 35 wineries scattered throughout the Hill Country, there’s plenty to choose from.

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