Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Life and Times of an Urban Farmer–Meet Aaron Morris

I recently met Aaron Morris, owner of Austin Urban Farm, at his home and farm, which is situated in a crowded neighborhood just east of I-35 in Austin. It was a slightly drizzly Texas morning when I stood on his stoop, ringing the bell, wondering if I had the right address. I checked my phone—few […]

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60 in Sixty–A Tsunami of Ordered Chaos

Last night I attended Fusebox’s 60 in Sixty for the second time. That makes two years in a row, and I’m wondering how I’ve gone 30+ years without ever having been to one of these events. Before the actual 60 in Sixty performance, we attended the VIP culinary pre-performance at HOPE Market Gallery. Fusebox asked […]

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SXSW Eco and The Homegrown Revival: An Unforgettable, Ecologically Conscious, Culinary Collaboration

This past Wednesday, my wife and I had the unique pleasure of attending the SXSW Eco Welcome Dinner. SXSW Eco, if you’re unfamiliar with it, is “a three-day conference addressing the need for a concerted, cross sector approach to solving the recognized challenges facing the economy, the environment and civil society.” Currently in its sophomore […]

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