—Texas Monthlyexposedabout the differences between kolaches (sweet) and klobasniks (salty) and about the Czech-Texas roots of these items. Writer Abby Johnston delved into how the word "kolache" became an umbrella term for the two and what it means for traditional baked goods. Kolaches are usually stuffed with fruit and cheese, while klobasniks are filled with meat, vegetables, and the like.
- Longhorn The Horn radio station will host football events and live coverage of all University of Texas at Austin away games at various Pluckers Wing Bar locations throughout the city beginning Saturday, September 1 at 9070 Research Boulevard.
“The city of Austin isrecommendthat a nine-acre piece of land in Southeast Austin at 4711 Winnebago Lane will be turned into an urban farm for the nonprofit Urban Roots.
“Since the reopening of the university, Spun's ice cream parlor on East 7th Street has beenofferall current students receive a 15% discount on all orders.
— Actor and musician Jackson Rathbonearrestedyesterday at Valentina's Tex Mex BBQ for a brisket taco.