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14th Annual Texas Community Music Festival

Schedule of Events:April 26, 2019:5:30 - 6:30pm: Bubba Coletrane and the Train Wrecks6:45 - 7:45pm: The 512 Four Saxophone Quartet8:00 - 9:00pm: Rhythm CongressApril 27, 2019:11:00am - 12:00: Austin …
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The best and worst U.S. airlines based on passenger complaints

U.S. airlines took a beating in early 2018 amid several high-profile clashes with disgruntled passengers, and they appear to have responded accordingly. Complaints lodged against major U.S. air carr…
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Rep. Cuellar Calls for an End to the Crippling Government Shutdown

WASHINGTON  Today, Congressman Henry Cuellar (TX-28), a member of the U.S. House Appropriations Committee and Subcommittees on Homeland Security, Defense, and Agriculture, Rural Development, Food a…
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El Congresista Cuellar pide que se ponga fin al cierre de gobierno que debilita a la nación

WASHINGTON- Hoy, el Congresista Henry Cuellar (TX-28), miembro del Comité de Asignaciones de la Cámara de Representantes y los Subcomités de Seguridad Nacional, Defensa y Agricultura, Desarrollo Rura…
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31-story boutique hotel would be something new for downtown Austin site

The Avenue, which will be built next to the State and Paramount theaters, was originally planned as a mixed-use residential tower. The project from Congress Development Partners Ltd. was first announ…
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West Texas ranch with herds of cattle, ties to 'Giant' film on sale for $30 million

Spanning about 9,155 acres, Gearhart Ranch is nestled among the Davis Mountains in Jeff Davis County. The property, which has been a working cattle ranch since 1890, has hit the market at $30.45 mil…
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PacWest to 'retire' Square 1 brand

More than three years after its acquisition by California’s Pacific West Bank, the Square 1 brand is scheduled to disappear. A spokeswoman confirms that the Square 1 “name and brand will be retired …
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Vote Now! ACC student nominated for two Austin Music Awards

It’s not unusual to grow up with dreams of becoming an astronaut, actor, or even president. For one dual-credit Austin Community College student, those childhood dreams are her reality. Madi Meeks is…
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M&A wrap: Deals in accounting, oil tech & 3D printing

Here are the latest mergers and acquisitions that caught our attention.
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Fast-growing Austin tech company to move HQ to small suburb of Hutto

Titan Development's Innovation Business Park just scored another tenant — an IT and security infrastructure provider that's grown like mad in the last several years.
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Capital Factory exec hired as Alamo Drafthouse VP

She was a "project ninja" at Capital Factory, orchestrating high-profile events such as a visit from President Obama. But when Georgia Thomsen needed a change of pace, she went looking for another "b…
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ScaleFactor to double headcount after raising $30M

With software that helps small and medium-size businesses automate their accounting, ScaleFactor has seen rapid growth since it was founded in 2014. Now comes another eight-figure funding round.
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SecureLink co-founder steps down as CEO, replacement named

Joe Devine has been promoted to CEO at SecureLink Inc., a cybersecurity software company that helps businesses keep their networks secure while managing access for third parties who need to get in.
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Community Impact expands to Nashville area

Some Nashville area residents will soon have a new source of news delivered directly to their doorstep. Austin-based Community Impact Newspaper will launch its free monthly print publication coverin…
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Capital Gains: H-E-B lauded, builder cited, networkers wanted

In this week's Capital Gains columns of news tidbits and speculation, we look at Texans' fierce pride for H-E-B, the latest on last month's shutdown of Barton Springs Pool and some upcoming events to…
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