AUSTIN (KXAN) — The road from the Blanton Museum of Art all the way to the Texas Capitol could soon be turned into a public, pedestrian plaza. 454 more words
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Lawrence Da Silva, who posts frequently on sites devoted to Old Austin, shared this sharp image of a split-level cafe photographed by Neal Douglass… 446 more words
AUSTIN (KXAN) — Austin’s iconic Congress Avenue is usually bustling with traffic, but what would the street be like without cars?
That’s what Bike Austin hopes to discover next year. 415 more words
AUSTIN (KXAN) — One of Austin’s most well-known addresses is having a challenging time keeping up with the resurgence of business coming into Austin. Congress Avenue, from the river to the Texas Capitol, is about to undergo a design change. 312 more words
The succulent aroma of Llano wafted through Guy Town this morning, which reminded me of the last time Llano infamously invaded Austin, back in 1876. The resulting altercation, just 4 blocks up Congress Avenue from our “Cooper’s Old Time Pit Bar-B-Que of Llano” outpost at the corner of Cypress (3rd Street) and Congress, was reported in every newspaper in America, in many different versions. 492 more words
Recent images of shoppers along Congress Avenue, posted on Austin Found, prompted Forrest Preece to find these three similar candid shots of his folks, all on Congress Avenue. 198 more words