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KUT Austin has new update
6 hours ago One In Four Texas Women Of Childbearing Age Don’t Have Health Insurance.
Texas has the highest percentage of uninsured women between the ages of 18 to 44, according to a new study from the Georgetown University Center for Children and Families.
Burnt Orange Nation has new update
15 hours ago 2022 California QB Maalik Murphy picks up Texas offer
A West Coast phenom is the first 2022 quarterback to land an offer from the Longhorns. The Texas Longhorns coaching staff is continuing their efforts to make California a priority by sending out another offer to a young quarterback from the Golden State, and the first quarterback offer for the 2022 cycle. Tuesday afternoon, Gardena (Cali.) Junipero Serra quarterback Maalik Murphy posted on Twitter about receiving an offer from the Longhorns. Extremely blessed to receive an offer from the University of Texas #HookEm pic.twitter.com/skz7ykkErO— MAALIK ? (@SmvOperator) May 21, 2019 It’s exceptionally early in the recruiting process for Murphy, but he’s already caught the attention of many Power Five coaches across the nation — he holds 11 offers from programs like Arkansas, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Michigan, Ohio State, and Oregon. Expect the gunslinger’s offer sheet to continue increasingly quickly throughout the remainder of his high school years. The connection that head coach Tom Herman has established to California in recruiting through the first few years can’t go unnoticed, especially after the prospects he landed in this past recruiting class. In the last two recruiting cycles, the Horns have been able to sign five prospects out of California — linebacker Caleb Johnson, wide receiver Bru McCoy, inside linebacker DeGabriel Floyd, safety Chris Adimora, and former quarterback Cameron Rising. Murphy has yet make a trip to Austin, but with the Texas staff jumping in the mix fairly early, the young signal caller could be a potential visitor in years to come. At 6’4, 205 pounds, Murphy is currently unranked.
Eater Austin has new update
17 hours ago Tyson’s Tacos Owner Under Fire For Alleged Controversial Political Tweets
Tyson Blankemeyer denies sending one of the tweets in question, others say he deleted it Tyson’s Tacos’ chef and owner Tyson Blankemeyer is facing the internet’s wrath due to some of his alleged tweets. The impetus for most of the outrage seems to be a public Facebook post from Kathryn Gonzales that contains six screenshots that appear to be from Blankemeyer’s account, some of which encapsulate tweets that date back to April. The tweets, however, do not currently appear on Blankemeyer’s Twitter page. Here’s the post from Gonzales: Found the Twitter account of Tyson's Tacos owner Tyson Blankemeyer. https://twitter.com/ChefTysonB/Posted by Kathryn Gonzales on Monday, May 20, 2019 Gonzales told Eater she initially looked into Blankemeyer’s Twitter after overhearing a conversation that he may have some views insensitive to her community. Because she loves the tacos and “adores” the staff, she said, “I didn’t want to have to not eat there again.” She did her own research and found the tweets. Gonzales says she posted screenshots of the tweets so that others can “be aware and make their own decisions.” Blankemeyer regularly tweets about politics. See this one to Senator and presidential candidate Kamala Harris and several tweets to Senator and presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. The tweet that is drawing most ire is from April 19, according the screenshot. Representative Ilhan Omar tweeted that “Trump and his administration have infected the White House with a culture of dishonesty and corruption,” linking to a New York Times article. Blankemeyer allegedly responded, “You are the virus Trump is the cure.” Today, Blankemeyer tweeted “that tweet never existed. It’s photoshop. I never even followed Ilhan It’s lawsuit time.” Gonzales has not yet heard from Blankemeyer. As noted by other users embedded below, many believe he simply deleted the tweet. JaJa, that tweet never existed. It’s photoshop. I never even followed Ilhan. Check my history. Check hers...nothing. It’s lawsuit time.— Tyson Blankemeyer (@ChefTysonB) May 21, 2019 Tim, I did not make that comment.— Tyson Blankemeyer (@ChefTysonB) May 21, 2019 Other tweets included in Gonzales’s Facebook post included Blankemeyer saying “I hate those people” in response to a Bernie Sanders tweet about millennials and responding to a tweet about children dying from school shootings with “If we abort them all, that would solve your problem.” While Blankemeyer denies sending the tweet about Trump to Ilhan Omar, Gonzales provided Eater with a downloaded archive of Blankemeyer’s account from 6:38 p.m. on May 20, which includes this and all of the tweets in her Facebook post. The tweet to Representative Omar seems to exist in a Google search, but does not appear directly in Tweet Tunnel, where deleted tweets sometimes show up. While Blankemeyer has not explicitly denied the other tweets contained in Gonzales’s post, they are not on his Twitter timeline or in Tweet Tunnel. Blankemeyer also retweeted himself from April 19 disparaging Trump (possibly to counteract online ire), and has posted other tweets defending himself, though his account has been silent today. Meanwhile, many Facebook and Twitter users are spreading the word about Blankemeyer’s alleged tweets and calling for a boycott of Tyson’s Tacos. Its Yelp page is currently in active cleanup mode, indicating that there’s a barrage of commentary on Yelp that could affect Tyson’s business. Oh that sucks. I really liked their tacos. Guess I'll have to find other taco joints.— Conqueror Nova (@NovaMcQuoid) May 21, 2019 Others have defended Blankemeyer, saying he has the right to express political opinions. In what way did he supremely mistreat anyone other than expressing his thoughts in various issues? If there is an example of serious mistreatment, even I would be willing not to buy from him.— Cory Richardson (@Corytana) May 21, 2019 Your complacency in the fact that he may lose his livelihood because some authoritarian nuts wanna lie about him, insult and degrade his mixed family and dismiss their relevance is not of the heart of what liberals are. Or were. Compassion, truth, liberty, and honesty...— DarkGift Comics (@DarkGiftComics) May 21, 2019 Eater reached out to Blankemeyer and Tyson’s Tacos for comment. Watch this space for updates.
KUT Austin has new update
19 hours ago Art Students Find A New Way To Sell Their Work
Eric Culver, one of the co-founders of the online marketplace ArtStartArt , got a degree in art and later went to business school, so starting a business that helps art students sell their works online was a natural use for all of his schooling. “Yes, it’s certainly kind of the culmination of all my both education and professional experiences,” Culver says. “This definitely makes sense, at least on paper.
Nicholas Day on Madras Pavilion Austin
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Madras Pavilion Austin
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One of the best all you can restaurants in Austin!

Austin Hersh
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Iron Cactus (North)
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I had a great experience with the staff! Plus they have really good Tex-Mex!

Kerbey Lane Cafe (NW)
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I love their breakfast! I can't recommend their cinnamon roll pancakes enough!


Holly Hargett
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Edis Chocolates
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Locally owned Edis Chocolates is a go-to-place for some of the best chocolates in town! They're famous for their gluten-free baked goods like their hazelnut amaretto torte or their peanut butter mousse cake.

Amy's Ice Creams
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Amy's provides some seriously good homemade ice cream! Plus, you get a show while they're fixing your cone or cup. They've got a great variety of candies and cookies and make it fun to watch them put it all together!


Maggie Jones
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Maggie Mae's
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Maggie Mae's has great happy hour prices, rooftop bar and live music! Perfect spot for a fun night in Austin!

Pros: Multiple levels, rooftop bar, young crowd & affordable prices

Cons: Parking is a headache - take an uber!

The Alcove Cantina
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Large food portions & great outdoor area with friendly service!

Pros: Outdoor patio or otherwise known as the "alcove lounge"


Anqi Yu posted on Copa Bar and Grill
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Great place to hangout with friends~~
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Jillian Conway on Rollin Smoke BBQ
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Rollin Smoke BBQ
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Rollin Smoke is one of Austin's best food trucks!

Matthew Strickland on Round Rock Donuts
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Round Rock Donuts
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Just some of the tastiest (and biggest) donuts you've ever seen. If you're in the area, stop by soon. You will see why they are so popular.

Jacob Skidmore
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Guero's Taco Bar
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Even though this restaurant is in the middle of a tourist destination it definitely isnt tourist food. One of the best Tex Mex restaurants in Austin by far.

Pros: Great food and even better drinks.

Cons: As with any business on south congress, there's not a lot of parking.

Terry Black's Barbecue
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Easily my favorite BBQ restaurant in Austin. The atmosphere and service are top notch and the brisket and sausage are amazing.

Pros: Great food that's always fresh.

Cons: There can be long waits and lack of parking.


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The Nook Amphitheater

309 E 6th St , Austin TX, 78701
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700 N LBJ #113 , San Marcos TX, 78666
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