New Year’s Resolutions Worth Keeping

New Year’s Resolutions Worth Keeping New Year’s resolutions are hard to keep. After 1 week, 75% of people are still successful in keeping them. After two weeks, the number drops to 71%. After 1 month, the number drops again to 64%. And after 6 months, only 46% of people who make a resolution are still […]

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Georgetown’s 11th Annual Boo Bash

Georgetown’s 11th Annual Boo Bash The Downtown Georgetown Association’s 11th Annual Boo Bash will take place on Sunday, October 30th, from 1-4 PM in Georgetown Square. Everyone’s invited to come in costume and enjoy trunk or treating, a live DJ, and activities hosted by Downtown Georgetown Association, Wag Heaven, and Williamson Museum.    It’s a […]

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Coffee in Georgetown, TX

Gourmet Coffee In Georgetown   America runs on coffee, and Texas is no exception. 7 in 10 Americans drink coffee weekly and 62% drink coffee every day. Every year since 1959, Americans drink more coffee than the year before.    In the 1960s, people typically drank coffee brewed from freeze-dried robusta beans from a sealed […]

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Food, Health, and Learning: Sanctuary Holistic Kitchen

Food, Health, and Learning: Sanctuary Holistic Kitchen   Sanctuary Holistic Kitchen in Georgetown is more than just a place to get amazing locally-sourced food prepared with love. Sure, you can swing by Sanctuary and pick up herb-roasted chicken with dilly potatoes and French braised Brussels sprouts for dinner anytime…   But did you know that […]

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#GeorgetownEats: Jimmy Vega’s Smokehouse

#GeorgetownEats: Jimmy Vega’s Smokehouse   Craving some real, Texas Hill Country BBQ?   You can find the best BBQ and smoked meat in the world in Texas, so any BBQ place around had better be special. Jimmy Vega’s Smokehouse is that type of special. From brisket, ribs, and sausage to German potato salad and poached […]

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Rodeo Austin: March 12-26

Rodeo Austin

  One of the best things about Georgetown’s newest planned community, Parmer Ranch, is its proximity to Austin proper. Future residents can hop on I-35 and be in downtown Austin in roughly 45 minutes, making it incredibly convenient for work or a night out on the town, but far enough away to escape the hustle […]

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