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Chat at 9 Tonight

October 14, 2010 Leave a comment

Just a reminder, join us at 9 p.m. tonight for our online chat with Rego-Forest Preservation Committee Chair Michael Perlman to hear about the latest Tennis Stadium developments, and other subjects of concern to our community.

You can access the chat here:

Edge of the City Chat Room

The Hills Are Alive…

October 14, 2010 Leave a comment

… with the sounds of stores opening — — Greenline Organic on Austin opens this Saturday, October, 16th — and lively chatsĀ  — such as the one in our chat room tonight at 9 pm with Michael Perlman, local preservationist. We hope you join us!

Morning Coffee

October 13, 2010 Leave a comment

Just a couple of things this a.m.:

  • I have confirmed that local preservationist and activist Michael Perlman will be our special guest in a live chat tomorrow (Thursday) at 9 pm where he will be taking your questions and discussing where we go next with the Stadium, and pretty much anything else that comes up (last week’s discussion with Michael was pretty wide-ranging). So stop on by our chatroom around 9 tomorrow night if you have some time.
  • And on a totally unrelated note, did you happen to see the spectacular sunset last evening? If you didn’t, here’s what you missed:

A Big Thanks

October 5, 2010 3 comments

A big thank you to Michael Perlman who was our special guest tonight in our first live chat. The discussion covered everything from the future of the Tennis Stadium to how Michael became involved in preservation efforts, to even what to do about the local Farmer’s Market.

If you missed the chat, we are planning to have Michael back sometime after this Thursday’s Tennis Stadium vote, so stay tuned.

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