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OFF TO THE RACES

Win, Place or Show, the legendary Santa Anita Park in sunny Los Angeles is the perfect spot to fast track your high fashion choices this season. After its $40 million dollar renovation we’re wagering you can’t resist sharing an afternoon at the races. With stunning horses, dashing jockeys and spring’s warm weather chic as a front runner for any occasion, this is a sure thing

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STAR STRUCK

A true star was born when these Texas-born glamour girls graced the silver screen. The Golden Age of Hollywood comes roaring back to life with these leading ladies as artist Michele Hogan captures them in her exclusive artful collages with the help of Austin-based vintage photography source Capitol Vault and Capital Art. Lance Avery Morgan shares his vintage insight on the stars and the style

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BUDAPEST PLACE UNDERNEATH: ON THE BEAUTIFUL BLUE DANUBE

Eastern Europe’s remarkable destination has attracted the world’s attention since the Roman Empire, but it’s appeal remains as current as ever. See history comes to life in a magnificent feast for all the senses, as our global raconteur Ashley Dobson discovers

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ARRANGE Social Planner May-June 2016

SOCIAL LIST AUSTIN May 6 Storybook Heroes Luncheon BookSpring bookspring.org May 6 Reach for the Stars Ann Richards School Foundation

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ARTFULLY INCLINED

Asian art expert And TV personality Lark Mason makes the move from the Big Apple to the Lone Star State and our San Antonio chronicler John Bloodsworth learns the secrets to Mason’s artful success

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ARTS IN THE AIR

This summer’s fine arts and performance season will dazzle you with high-flying feats of beauty and grace. Our ardent art appreciator Jonathan Spindel invites inspiration to bring art into your life.

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BRASSY AND BOLD

Holland Taylor returns to Austin with her “cantankerous and charming” tribute to Governor Ann Richards at the ZACH Theatre, as political activist Deborah Hamilton-Lynne learns more in this exclusive interview.

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PAGE TURNERS

Lounging in your breezy veranda, a bright refreshing sunroom, or poolside these gorgeous tomes will inspire your style and intellect. Because a paperback beach book leaves you wanting more, our literary liaison Alison Elberger shares her selections for your sunny days ahead.

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THE SUMMER SET

This summer abounds with irresistible opportunities across the globe. So get ready, set, and follow our style seeker Jonathan Spindel to these exciting destinations.

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THE SIX MILLION DOLLAR WOMAN

A six-million-dollar event. Its 55,000 square-foot venue space. Over 600 guests. More than 150 party planners to make it happen. Nine Rolls Royces. And, two of the hottest musicians in the world that performed.

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LIVE, LEARN & LOVE

From dinner parties to houseguest conundrums, as well as children’s behavior and the ubiquitous thank you note, our all-knowing etiquette expert Sharon Schweitzer, JD is on the scene to help smooth life’s wrinkles

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POSSIBLE PARENTING

Being a parent takes effort, and so does being a child. How can both roles synergize better on a daily basis? Austin-based Resonance Repatterning Practitioner, Mary Schneider shares insight on how parenting skills can be honed

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MYSTIC RIVER

Recently nearly 350 distinguished donors, city leaders and Witte patrons celebrated the opening of the Witte Museum’s new Mays Family Center for exhibitions and special events. The inside of this grand, 10-thousand square-foot space was dressed in tones of silver and gold with pops of fuchsia and purple to create a palette to embrace the stunning architecture, natural surroundings and the 31-foot wide mural Spring Time in the Hill Country by Porfirio Salinas.

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