4/15

Historic Homes Tour Spotlight: Drive-In Theatres

Opened in 1940, Eddie Joseph’s Drive-In was the area’s first outdoor movie theater. It was outside the city limits then, at today’s intersection of Justin and Lamar. At first, there was one large screen and only one speaker, which... Read More »

4/11

Historic Homeowner Spotlights, Part II

Every Monday leading up to our 2016 Historic Homes Tour we’ll feature Q/A’s with two of our wonderful featured homeowners about why they love their neighborhoods and how they’ve updated their homes while keeping them authentic. Enjoy... Read More »

4/8

Historic Homes Tour Spotlight: Capitol Roll Arena

Daniel Gay opened the Capitol Roll Arena at 812 Brentwood Road across from the Violet Crown Shopping Center in 1954. In its heyday the roller skating rink hosted skating pageants, contests, and parties, as well as fundraisers for... Read More »

4/4

Historic Homeowner Spotlights, Part I

Every Monday leading up to our 2016 Historic Homes Tour we’ll feature Q/A’s with two of our wonderful featured homeowners about why they love their neighborhoods and how they’ve updated their homes while keeping them authentic. Enjoy... Read More »

3/8

Cisco’s Restaurant & Bakery for Sale after an Iconic 68 Years

Austin is buzzing with apprehension at the news that the Cisneros family is selling Cisco's Restaurant & Bakery at E. 6th Street and Comal. This legendary diner ranks with the Broken Spoke and Continental Club as one of Austin' s mos... Read More »