Here’s my look back to 2004, when I became smitten with Austin, and soon found it vanishing.
An 18-story tower arises from a humble print shop in downtown Austin.
When you find the creative winds deflating in your sails, try a different tack. Take a time out.
Treasures that have been centuries in the making, found along the hiking trail, have the power to inspire.
Get a panoramic view of Austin’s condos and cranes by kayak, from the center of Lady Bird Lake.
Bauhaus artist Paul Klee found himself possessed by color after an influential trip to Tunisia. But time spent in Italy informed his art as well.
Being a publisher lets me do what I love to do: write, paint, photograph, read, design, learn, share, repeat.
As the year ends, an unexpected prize is awarded to What’s Vanishing Next? and an opportunity to pay it forward is bestowed.
The question that emerged from the Vanishing Austin interview on KOOP 91.7 FM today was, what kind of city will Austin be? Will we become another Dallas (as some fear); will […]
KOOP Radio Host David Kobierowski has generously scheduled an hour this Wednesday, February 10 from noon-1 pm on 91.7 FM KOOP Radio’s “A Neighborly Conversation” for an interview with me […]
We’re still reeling from the news that the Cactus Cafe is closing, and now this: Preservation Texas announces that Austin’s entire downtown is endangered. Fans of Vanishing Austin have long […]
The Austin-American Statesman’s Michael Barnes is out and about Austin alot (as implied by his column’s name) and has been for a long while–a point he makes eloquently in a […]