Does Austin have a rat problem? Maybe. But this reporter sure does.
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by Matt Largey
1w ago
Audrey McGlinchy on the prevalence, psychology and behavior of what are maybe humans’ most vexing pest. The post Does Austin have a rat problem? Maybe. But this reporter sure does. appeared first on KUT & KUTX Studios -- Podcasts ..read more
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How does Thomas J. Henry make any money when he spends so much on ads all over Austin?
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by Matt Largey
3w ago
He’s everywhere: TV, radio, billboards, YouTube. What’s the marketing strategy for this personal injury lawyer? The post How does Thomas J. Henry make any money when he spends so much on ads all over Austin? appeared first on KUT & KUTX Studios -- Podcasts ..read more
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A tower has loomed in Austin’s Clarksville neighborhood for 72 years. What does it do?
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by Matt Largey
1M ago
At one point, this tower was Austin’s main communication link to the outside world. Decades later, is it a landmark — or an eyesore — for the neighborhood? The post A tower has loomed in Austin’s Clarksville neighborhood for 72 years. What does it do? appeared first on KUT & KUTX Studios -- Podcasts ..read more
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What’s the oldest tree in Austin?
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by Matt Largey
5M ago
The full transcript of this episode of ATXplained is available on the KUT & KUTX Studio website. The transcript is also available as subtitles or captions on some podcast apps. The post What’s the oldest tree in Austin? appeared first on KUT & KUTX Studios -- Podcasts ..read more
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What happened to the time capsule UT Austin buried at Centennial Park?
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by Matt Largey
6M ago
The full transcript of this episode of ATXplained is available on the KUT & KUTX Studio website. The transcript is also available as subtitles or captions on some podcast apps. The post What happened to the time capsule UT Austin buried at Centennial Park? appeared first on KUT & KUTX Studios -- Podcasts ..read more
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What happened to Juarez-Lincoln University in downtown Austin?
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by Matt Largey
7M ago
Before there was an IHOP, there was a university that attempted to revolutionize higher education for immigrants at the corner of I-35 and Cesar Chavez Street. The post What happened to Juarez-Lincoln University in downtown Austin? appeared first on KUT & KUTX Studios -- Podcasts ..read more
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What are those towers for in West Austin and why are they all there?
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by Matt Largey
7M ago
Off to Austin’s west, you may have seen a collection of towers with their red lights blinking through the night. ALSO: You can get tickets to our next ATXplained Live show here. The post What are those towers for in West Austin and why are they all there? appeared first on KUT & KUTX Studios -- Podcasts ..read more
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What’s the story behind the colorful Maria de la Luz Cemetery in South Austin?
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by Matt Largey
8M ago
We question a question about the history of this Mexican-American cemetery — one that stands in contrast to many of the more staid cemeteries around Austin. The post What’s the story behind the colorful Maria de la Luz Cemetery in South Austin? appeared first on KUT & KUTX Studios -- Podcasts ..read more
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What’s the oldest music venue in Austin?
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by Matt Largey
11M ago
It seems like a simple question, with a simple answer. But there’s more to it ..read more
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Why does the Texas Legislature meet for only 140 days every two years?
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by Matt Largey
11M ago
Army veteran Denise Gordon questioned whether it makes any sense for lawmakers from the second-largest state in the country and one of the largest economies in the world to meet so infrequently ..read more
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