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Austin-Bergstrom International Airport and COVID-19: Guide and updates

How to get around when you’re on the ground—during a pandemic

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How the SXSW cancellation is hitting some Austin homeowners

Emergency declaration leads to canceled reservations for many short-term rentals

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Austin’s best hotels for design lovers

These chic hospitality spaces are a cut above the cookie-cutter international chains.

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The best things to do in SF this winter

Explore the city’s architecture, art exhibits, and outdoor attractions.

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Black history in Austin: 15 notable landmarks

Where to see the historic spaces and learn more about the people that shaped black culture and civil rights in the city

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Where to see holiday lights in Austin

From the luminous Zilker Trail of Lights to the quirky indie humor of West 37th Street

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10 top holiday markets for local gifts

Markets, bazaars, and pop-ups full of artisanal Austin cheer

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Downtown ‘ball drop’ on New Year’s Eve canceled for second year in a row

Event producers blame lack of sponsorship funding.

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Winter Blast returns in 2020 for one jam-packed weekend downtown

The Quicken Loans–sponsored event starting February 7 will feature a bevy of activities at Campus Martius.

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Where to admire holiday lights in Washington, D.C. this season

Deck the District with boughs of holly.

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12 holidays markets happening in the D.C. area this year

Get your gifts early at these local spots.

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East Austin Studio Tour 2019: 15 must-see designers

Essential stops for fans of the beautiful and the functional

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Thanksgiving events happening this week in New Orleans, mapped

Grab a turducken po-boy and get out there.

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What to do in wine country besides drink

Museums, mud baths, and everything in between.

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Upcoming AIA exhibit will showcase D.C.’s school architecture

Dozens of the city’s schools have been modernized over the past decade-plus.

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Community leaders to discuss the future of Georgia Avenue NW

They’re launching an "Equitable Development Project" for the avenue’s lower part.

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Voting in Austin: Where to go, what to bring, what to know

All the basics for casting your ballot, whether you’re voting early or on Election Day

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Over 75K D.C. streetlights could be changed to incorporate LED technology

Two public meetings on the project are scheduled for this week.

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The NYC Marathon is this weekend—here’s what you need to know

The 2019 TCS NYC Marathon is coming! Here are all the details on its route, street closures, subway changes, and more.

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New hiking trail to open east of the Anacostia River this weekend

The Pope Branch Trail is the first unpaved trail managed by the city.

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What to know for the Washington Nationals victory parade Saturday

They won the fight! Now it’s time to party

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CoMotion LA’s annual conference brings a heavy-hitting lineup to DTLA

Hear from Curbed urbanism editor Alissa Walker, Mayor Eric Garcetti, and more during the third annual urbanism conference.

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Everything you need to know about the 2019 Village Halloween Parade

Where to line up, how to join the festivities, and how to avoid the parade altogether.

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How to watch the Village Halloween Parade from your own couch

How to watch the Halloween parade if you don’t actually want to go to the Halloween parade

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What’s haunting the Bay Area’s historic buildings

Check out these four architectural stunners while getting your spook on this Halloween season.

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The best holiday lights around Philly, mapped

From spectacular holiday light shows to entire Philly blocks adorned in twinkling bulbs, prepare to be dazzled by these holiday lights.

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Austin’s most haunted places, mapped

Austin is a relatively young city, but it has had plenty of rapscallions, shady ladies, gunplay, and tormented souls that make for good ghost stories and the fun frights that go with them.

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Where to celebrate Dias de los Muertos 2019

We've mapped out some places to make sugar skulls and papier-mâché skeletons, dress up and join processions, hear music, play music, dance, watch dancing, and join the all-important building and visiting of altars for the deceased for Day of the Dead.

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Officials to present design concepts for Georgetown C&O Canal rehabilitation

A public meeting on a required environmental review is set for November 7.

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Long-running High Heel Race returns to Dupont Circle tomorrow

The beloved drag race will close 17th Street NW to cars for several hours.

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Viva la Vida y más: Austin weekend street closures

Texas Book Festival, Austin Film Fest, and more

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What to know for World Series-related street closures near Nationals Park

The Washington Nationals come home Friday for the third game of the series.

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The best pumpkin patches in and around Austin

11 fun places to seek out the orange orbs and other family fall festivities

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Coalition to rally in support of stronger rent control laws this weekend

The organizing comes as D.C. considers extending rent control for another decade.

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Marine Corps Marathon to shut down roads in D.C. and Arlington this Sunday

The annual race will take over much of the National Mall and the Potomac riverfront.

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Dig the designer dog houses of Barkitecture 2019

A sneak peek at pics of this year’s pooch palaces

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Everything you need to know about the 2019 Detroit Marathon

The international race takes place this Sunday, October 20.

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Everything you need to know about NYC’s Columbus Day Parade

The 75th annual Columbus Day Parade will march up Fifth Avenue on October 14—here’s what you need to know.

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Columbus Day will be Indigenous Peoples’ Day for the first time in D.C. this year

Lawmakers passed emergency legislation Tuesday to make the change.