• Lori Lindsay

Love where you live

• Whole Foods began in Austin in 1978, when 25-year-old college dropouts John Mackey and Rene Lawson Hardy borrowed $45,000 to open a small natural foods store. In 2017, Amazon paid $13.4 billion to acquire the upscale grocery chain.

• Constructed from sunset red granite, the Texas State Capitol building in Austin is the largest state capitol in the United States.

• With 200 live music venues and as many as 2,000 bands and performing artists, Austin is considered the Live Music Capital of the World.

• “Austin City Limits” — the longest-running live music television show in the U.S. –began broadcasting on October 14, 1974

• Since 1963, Austin has celebrated the birthday of Eeyore, the fictional character from Winnie the Pooh. Eeyore’s Birthday Party generally occurs on the last Saturday in April.

• Austin is home to America’s only Formula 1 race, the United States Grand Prix.

• According to the Nielsen Company, adults in Austin read and contribute to blogs more than those in any other U.S. metropolitan areas.

• U.S. News & World Report named Austin the best place to live in the U.S. in 2017.

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  • Lori Lindsay

Love where you live

Orange County has large sandy beaches and small cove beaches. You can enjoy sunbathing, walking on the piers, exploring tide pools and for the more adventurous there are surf breaks too. And of course, whatever you choose to do, you will be amazed by the rock arches.

Here is our list of the 10 best beaches in Orange County:

  1. Laguna Beach Main Beach

  2. Victoria Beach

  3. Table Rock Beach

  4. Dana Point Harbor Beach (Baby Beach)

  5. Pearl Street Beach

  6. San Clemente State Beach

  7. Newport Municipal Beach

  8. Huntington State Beach

  9. Huntington Dog Beach

  10. Trestles Beach

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  • Lori Lindsay

Do something Green Today

By simply making a list with weekly meals in mind, you can save money and time and eat healthier food. If you buy no more than what you expect to use, you will be more likely to keep it fresh and use it all. 

Prepare perishable foods soon after shopping. It will be easier to whip up meals or snacks later in the week, saving time, effort, and money.

When you get home from the store, take the time to wash, dry, chop, dice, slice, and place your fresh food items in clear storage containers for snacks and easy cooking.

Shop in your refrigerator first! Cook or eat what you already have at home before buying more.

Have produce that’s past its prime? It may still be fine for cooking. Think soups, casseroles, stir fries, sauces, baked goods, pancakes or smoothies.

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