Looking forward to seeing Bill Bradley, Kasie Hunt and Lawrence Wright at the Texas Tribune Festival…

Looking forward to seeing Bill Bradley, Kasie Hunt and Lawrence Wright at the Texas Tribune Festival Sept 26-29 in downtown Austin, Texas

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Austin, TX – January 9, 2018 – On January 20, 2018 the Omelettry restaurant marked its 40th year of …

Austin, TX – January 9, 2018 – On January 20, 2018 the Omelettry restaurant marked its 40th year of doing business in Austin, TX. Opened in 1978 by 23-year old Kenny Carpenter, the restaurant thrived for 37 years on Burnet Road before moving to 4631 Airport Blvd. in May, 2015 after losing its lease at the original location. Now generally managed by son Jesse, Kenny remains as Chief Financial Officer and all-around facilitator.

“We were worried about leaving behind our old location and taking on so much debt at this point in our lives,” said Kenny, “but the restaurant is busier than ever. We had a number of record days over the recent holidays and everyone seems to love the new location.”

Kenny’s career in the restaurant business started as a dishwasher at a Mexican restaurant in Denton, but took off after his dad loaned him $10,000 to start a restaurant in Austin. Not having a formal business background, Kenny created a very different kind of business environment that emphasized cooperation over competition and service over scene making. To this day, waiters pool their tips so that all benefit equally, and the back of the house shares in the profit through bonuses. The Omelettry has always been family-owned and operated, which the owners feel is a big reason for its longevity. In this day of restaurants owned by groups and distant corporations, it’s not that common to see the owners working hard alongside their employees. But it’s part and parcel of the neighborly and family-oriented vibe the Omelettry maintains after all these years.

If you would like more information about the Omelettry’s anniversary or to schedule an interview with Kenny and/or Jesse Carpenter, please call 512-453-5062 or email Jesse at jesse@theomelettry.com

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Small Home Village with airstreams, energy efficient homes, tiny homes, coworking spaces, fast fiber…

Small Home Village with airstreams, energy efficient homes, tiny homes, coworking spaces, fast fiber internet, fishing creek, trails, and more . . . Dreaming of El Cosmico? Don't have to go to Marfa, it's right here just minutes from downtown Austin. Call Tommy at 512.775.0146

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Visit to two very different coworking spaces, ATX Factory, and to Createspace. One is very upscale, …

Visit to two very different coworking spaces, ATX Factory, and to Createspace. One is very upscale, large and advanced, the other is very homey, comfortable and small. Both great spaces. Since then ATX Factory has had to change it's name because of some brouhaha with Capital Factory. Need to revisit both spaces to update http://texascoworking.com

AfterStages.com podcast where we follow up Lance Armstrong’s Stages podcast and discuss the Tour de …

AfterStages.com podcast where we follow up Lance Armstrong's Stages podcast and discuss the Tour de France Stage 18 from Briancon to Izoard. The last mountain stage.

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SXSW Photowalk on March 10!

SXSW Photowalk on March 10!

I’m hosting a free photowalk on March 10th before the kickoff of SXSW 2017! Grab a friend, your camera, and join us for a fun walk around the city taking in the sights and sounds. We’re meeting on the front lawn of the Long Center! It doesn’t matter how experienced you are as a photographer. Come walk with us! I intend to capture some aerial photo/video afterward.
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I had a dream. Last night. This is the tip of the iceberg of what it was. They had managed to fix the…

I had a dream. Last night. This is the tip of the iceberg of what it was.

They had managed to fix the evidence that Matthew Mcconaughey had been a crew member on the spaceflight to Mars, so at the end of the dream Matthew was in the tail of the spacecraft digging in the linoleum like floor and taking the strips of cloth and embedding them where he, we could find them in the future. He was using some kind of green putty.

There was more to the dream. You know how you struggle to remember the incredible dreams and they are just out of your grasp when you first wake up. I just woke up. It's 5:18 am. I feel it slipping away …

There was the first launch and someone in the dream had taken the evidence and bundled up and brought home to earth and disposed of it. So when I tried to show Matthew it was no longer there.

But somehow we got this second chance and it would let Matthew find out about the spaceflight in the future. He would let himself find it. My eyes are closed as I type this so I can remember more. Desperately trying to float back in to the dreamspace but can't get there. And there's so much more . . . but sadly that's all I can remember. Don't you just hate it when you can't put the whole dream back together.

I remember the awful scene where I went in to a low cabinet to dig out the evidence to show him, found it but had to put it back. Then someone got it and it wasn't there any more.

You'll have to believe me when I say it was an incredible dream where way more happened.