Witty statements and clever turns of phrase fill the air at the annual competition with two main events, Punniest of Show and Punslingers. more »
Peter came to Community Impact Newspaper in August 2012 and reports on the happenings of Central Austin, including the Austin City Council. He has previously worked in public radio and at other newspapers, covering topics including crime, courts, features, education, city and business.
With the start of the City of Austin's 2014 budget season, city officials are looking to engage the public about what programs and services residents find to be a priority. more »
The area around East Riverside Drive between Lady Bird Lake and Hwy 71 has a new regulating plan that to make the area more pedestrian friendly and create more density. The plan reached final approval from the Austin City Council at the May 9 meeting more »
The new Central Library project is moving forward after Austin City Council approved 7-0 funding a construction manager with Hensel Phelps Construction at the May 9 council meeting. more »
here are a lot of things going on at Southside Flying Pizza, from airborne pizza dough to colorful murals surrounding the building, but David Hatley, general manager of the restaurant, said the real show is the pizza. more »
Business has been good for Neworld Cafe, a restaurant serving sandwiches, burgers, soups and salads at 3742 Far West Blvd., Ste. 101, according to co-owner Dean Bontempo. more »
Rounders Pizzeria has been baking up authentic New York–style pizza and calzones for about 10 years, and owner Adam Garber gave the restaurant even more local flair in 2012 by bringing on 12 Texas and local draft beers. more »