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Amy’s Ice Cream: A Delicious Part of Austin Culture

March 5, 2012

Amy’s Ice Creams has been the place to go for fresh ice cream in Austin since 1984. The employees and patrons of Amy’s embody the “Keep Austin Weird” vibe, with employees launching high-flying ice cream tricks while patrons decide which made-daily ice cream they will enjoy. Located all over Austin, including locations in Olympic Heights,Read More

Femme Film Texas Promotes Filmmaking for Girls

January 31, 2012

With only a fraction of films directed by females, Femme Film Texas aims to give young girls a chance to do exactly what the boys do. Femme Film Texas is a week-long program in South Austin that puts advanced film equipment into the hands of young girls, grades six through twelve, allowing the girls anRead More

Book People, the Number One Independent Bookstore in Texas

January 25, 2012

Book People, on first glance, may appear to be a local version of a Barnes & Noble. On closer inspection, though, the handwritten recommendations from staff beneath hundreds of books, the multitude of signed editions by authors who drop in to visit or speak, helpful fellow book worms with nametags around every shelf, an appreciationRead More

Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library Gets A Makeover

January 20, 2012

LBJ Library, located on the University of Texas campus in Central Austin, is getting a makeover beginning March 1, 2012. The redesign focuses on highlighting legislation that President Lyndon Baines Johnson, for whom the library is named, pushed through Congress, much of which we still use today. Library Director Mark Updegrove said, "We want peopleRead More

Philanthropic Opportunities in Austin

January 13, 2012

Economic security, or even better, prosperity, is a gift many Austinites generously share with less fortunate neighbors – human, animal, and environmental. Gifts come in many packages, including volunteer hours, monetary funds, sponsorships, and in-kind donations. Hundreds of charitable organizations exist in Austin that work to better lives, the city, and the world, and allRead More

Client Testimonial for Northwest Austin Home Purchase

January 7, 2012

Northwest Austin From Jane Thompson, Communications Director, Dell: "I was living in San Francisco, CA and landed a new job with Dell in Round Rock, Texas. I immediately began searching for homes in the greater Austin area via the web and ran across the Regent Property Group website, which was very user friendly and helpfulRead More

Client Testimonial for Kyle Home Purchase, South of Austin

January 6, 2012

Kyle, South of Austin From Ed and Pat Ortman: We live in Maryland, work for the government, and are just a few years from retirement. We had been speaking with our daughters – one lives in Memphis, TN and the other in Mechanicsburg, PA – about all of us moving to the Austin area soRead More

Client Testimonial for West Austin Home Purchase

January 6, 2012

West Austin From Tod Meinke and Jill Holup: Our family recently moved to Austin and we are very pleased with our new home and the experience we had working with Brian Talley. Before our initial meeting, we discussed with Brian our needs and what the Austin real estate market had to offer. He then previewedRead More

Client Testimonial for Georgetown Home Purchase, North of Austin

January 6, 2012

Georgetown, North of Austin From Debby and Greg Verheyden: Dear Brian Talley, Thank you so much for all the hard work and time you put into finding us our perfect home. We love our new home in Georgetown! You understood how important it was to find the right home for us. Every time we calledRead More

Client Testimonial for West Austin Home Purchase

January 6, 2012

West Austin From Song and Sarah Han: Brian Talley took care of us during our house buying process from the time we initiated the search while in China to the closing of our house in Austin even when the seller’s realtor dropped the ball on their end. We started our house buying process when weRead More