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Austin Way - 2017 - Issue 2 - Late Spring - Brooklyn Decker

Austin Way Magazine - GreenGale Publishing - There is a place beyond the crowds, beyond the ropes, where dreams are realized and success is celebrated. You are invited.

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URBAN BETTY This salon at the 26 Doors shopping center in Central Austin is staffed by highly knowledgeable stylists with fun, big-family energy. 1206 W. 38th St., Ste. 1107, 512-371-7663; VAIN SALON Owner Emily Hatfield always makes certain that every client leaves the salon with the perfect cut and style. INSIDER TIP: For festival-perfect braids, ask for Jessie. 1803 Chicon St., 512-524- 1057; VIVA DAY SPA With three locations, this locally owned retreat uses organic ingredients. Its newest address, at Domain Northside, features a med-spa menu with many appealing treatments. 215 S. Lamar Blvd., 1811 W. 35th St., Domain Northside, 512-300-2256; WHO: CEO and founder of the Austin-based skincare brand Trufora (available at and; 866-660-0740). CURRY ON: "The incredible flavors at The Clay Pit (1601 Guadalupe St., 512-322-5131; are reminiscent of some of London's Brick Lane curry houses that I used to frequent growing up. Hands-down favorites are the vegan Bhindi Masala and the Vegetable Biryani." DATE NIGHT: "My husband Chris and I love ACL Live at the Moody Theater (310 W. Willie Nelson Blvd., 512-225-7919; It's intimate and lively, and the artists who come through are incredible." LAKE LIFE: "We love to walk the hike and bike trail at Lady Bird Lake with our daughters and three rescue coonhounds, and rent paddle boards at the Rowing Dock (2418 Stratford Dr., 512-459-0999;" SERVING THE COMMUNITY: "Growing up in London, I started raising money for homeless shelters when I was a teenager. The work in Austin that Alan Graham and his team at Mobile Loaves & Fishes ( and Community First! Village are doing is incredible. Our family participates in a MLF food truck run where we are able to serve meals to the homeless and those in need." ‒ Secret Source ‒ SARA SWEENEY PHOTOGRAPHY BY MERCI PHOTOGRAPHY The SOURCE: STYLE Exhibit On View Now Music festivals break barriers and establish common ground. Curated by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Cleveland, Ohio. Support for the Bullock Museum's exhibitions and education programs provided by the Texas State History Museum Foundation. • Muddy Waters' acoustic guitar played at the Newport Folk Festival • Hand-drawn map of Woodstock • John Mellencamp's corduroy jacket worn at Farm Aid • Photographs and videos of the top music festival performances of all time, and much more!

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