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une 7, 2007, 5:30pm, Austin City Council Chambers, the cast of Esther’s Follies are rehearsing a newly conceived skit in the back staircase... showtime. Producer Shannon Sedwick and cast perform a side-splitting routine dedicated to longtime friend Mayor William Wynn who in turn decrees with a PROCLAMATION THE YEAR 2007 AS ESTHER’S FOLLIES 30TH ANNIVERSARY YEAR IN AUSTIN. Having moved through four venues and more then a million audience members from around the world, Esther’s continues to sell out its historic Sixth Street Theater, night after night, five shows a week. Flashback, April Fools Day 1977, Michael Shelton and Shannon Sedwick throw a party in an old narrow bar, where you literally had to enter through the alley, giving birth to Esther’s Follies. Notorious for its wild combination of vaudevillian style skits, and political satire Esther’s found a home on Sixth Street. “We’ve had more than a hundred professional and not so professional performers join our show over the years. William Dente, (whose portrait hangs in the Esther’s current home and remains on the payroll) our first star, a.k.a. “Dame Della Diva” was visiting from Rhode Island when he stopped by the original “Pool” and we wooed him to join the troupe. Margaret Riley, our “Chi Chi LaBamba,” came to us directly from stripping as “Red O’Hara,” with snakes and burlesque moves. Past performers have been sword swallower, people who make sandwiches with their feet, fire dancers and jugglers of bowling balls. Esther’s attracts the most eccentric of artists. Today’s cast is a good example: the tightest group of performers yet, with great professional skills. Ray Anderson, our magician, is touted among magic circles as the best the southwest has to offer.” says Shannon Sedwick.

Co-Producer and founder Michael Shelton, “The wild card of the show is our window, open to the street. All the stage action has to stop when something happens in the window and the audience loves it when the actors rise to the occasion and respond to the street crazies! I like to leave the windows uncovered most of the time, because it gives the stage room to breathe, and the show continues from the theater to the street and beyond, to all of Austin.” On a recent visit to the “Pool” I gained new found respect for the Follies players. No matter how vintage the skits, they are delivered as if they had just been written. Veteran actor Kerry Awn who has been named “Texas State Comic” by the Texas Legislative portrayals of George W. Bush and Ronnie Velveeta the Patron Saint of the Velveeta room, the adjacent comedy club also owned by Sedwick and Shelton are timeless classic crowd pleasers. New material is literally ripped from the headlines thanks in part to the weekly writers meetings, and Musical Director Doug Ewart whose credits include writing and performing with comics Jon Lovitz, John Goodman and the Second story continued page 6

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City of Chicago’s Touring Comedy. On a personal note I tip my hat to Shaun Wainright-Branigan fellow Emerson College alumni, Boston MA., known for his role in “Sam I Am”, with Cynthia Wood who also assists Ray with his magic. Through the decades Shannon has portrayed country singer Patsy Cline, singing her classic “I’ve Got These Little Things” while pulling out everything from a crutch to fuzzy dice from her evening gown while audiences cry out in laughter. This brings us to Esther’s new sibling Patsy’s Cowgirl Café born four months ago at 5001 E. Ben White Blvd. From Michael Shelton: “We saw that the corridor to the airport was barren, with only mobile home dealerships, and we wanted people’s first impressions of Austin to be more uniquely Austin – so we put the Esther’s characters, Austin artists, and a Texas menu together to form Patsy’s Cowgirl Café.” Indeed upon entering Patsy’s you recognize the Esther’s touch from the triangular, whimsical entrance to the murals on the walls painted by Kerry Awn, Michael Priest, and Neil Cronk, the look Cowgirl meets Vargas Girl. The food is billed as traditional roadhouse; the dinner menu adds ‘Flair to the Fare’. The comical menu includes signature sandwiches and burgers named after Austin legends, Ann Richards, Sandra Bullock, Kinky Friedman and Willie Nelson. Willie bottled water is sold for a buck, no kidding, and the newest additions the Lance Armstrong, and Matthew McConaughy a big hunk of savory beef brisket, sliced thin and piled high, served on whole wheat Kaiser roll Patsy’s caters to the local business as well with themed Happy Hour parties including The LoneStar Roller Girls who have made Patsy’s their stomping grounds as their practicing faculty is just around the corner.

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TEXAS SWING KINGS appearing August 4 & 31

holding true to Austin premise ‘Everyone in Austin plays in someone else’s band, with the result being rocking jams.’ Patsy’s veteran band booker Brad Reed, “South Austin grows music, and we’re blooming at Patsy’s, ‘expect the unexpected’ on any given night.” Austin perennial favorites TEXANA DAMES take the stage for First Fridays, August 3 and September 7. At their July premiere gig they were joined on stage by the comedic, Barefoot Father Tommy ‘X’ who brought down the house with a song whose title I can’t mention here, you’ll just have to think about that one! Texas Swing Kings play everything swing, western swing, country and the group notes they’re likely to get you dancing and singing along. The group in past gigs have welcomed guitar master Rick McRae, songbird Jessie Lee Miller, and very special guest 91 year-old former Bob Wills drummer Johnny Cuivello. Jon Emery, the King of Hillbilly Rock-n-Roll takes the stage with his six piece band on August 18 a welcome home party, returning from a European Tour. Jon is also known as the ‘Music Man’ to hundreds of Austin children playing local show in AISD schools and children’s centers with three albums recorded for kids. Jon will play an early set for families which Patsy’s caters to on Saturdays. Children can play on the whimsical outdoor playground while their parents sit out on the deck dining and listening to music.

Share your memories and anniversary wishes of Esther’s Follies with us by emailing: jgianas@austin.rr.com. Shannon and Michael are never standing still; Esther’s Follies and the Austin Lyric Opera will share the spotlight for an Austin-tacious take on Strauss’ memorable entitled THE BAT at the Long Center in 2008, more to come on this what promises to be a season highlight in upcoming issues of AustinWideOpen.

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Local writer/director/producer Bryan Poyser has chugged along, creating his own type of movement and film. With features like Dear Pillow and The Cassidy Kids under his belt, he has silently made a name for himself as a local filmmaker with a lot of talent and potential.

ver the last few years, there have been many independent feature films from Austin filmmakers making it to the big screen. Somewhere during all this, a new local movement that’s been dubbed ‘Mumblecore’ has emerged. Local filmmakers like Andrew Bujalski (Funny Ha Ha, Mutual Appreciation), Joe Swanberg (LOL, Kissing on the Mouth, Hannah Takes the Stairs), and the Duplass brothers (The Puffy Chair) have led the performance-based, improve-driven Mumblecore charge. Meanwhile, local writer/director/producer Bryan Poyser has chugged along, creating his own type of movement and film. With features like Dear Pillow and The Cassidy Kids under his belt, he has silently made a name for himself as a local filmmaker with a lot of talent and potential. I spoke to Bryan (who now functions as the Director of Artist Services at the Austin Film Society) about his newest projects: AWO: Congrats on ‘Grammy’s’ making such an impressive festival tour and the short’s acceptance into the Texas Filmmakers Showcase. When are we going to see the short here in Austin?

BP: Grammy’s actually had its premiere here in Austin at the SXSW Film Festival in March. It played before a horror feature called Trigger Man, directed by Ti West. Ti saw an early cut of Grammy’s and cast Rusty Kelley (who has been in the last three films I’ve done) in a lead role in Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever, which should be coming out from Lionsgate soon. That, to me, is kind of the best thing that came out of making Grammy’s. Now that I’ve been through the festival circuit with two features, Dear Pillow, which I wrote and directed and The Cassidy Kids, which Jake Vaughan directed and I produced and co-wrote, I know that you can’t get much from the festival circuit from a short. For a filmmaker just starting out, it’s an incredible experience getting to follow any film around the circuit, seeing how audiences react. But, following Grammy’s around has mostly just inspired me to get off my butt and make another feature. You get invited to better parties and get nicer gift bags. As far as when people can see it again in Austin, I believe the entire Texas Filmmakers Showcase program will screen during the Austin Film Festival in October.

AWO: For people who have not seen ‘Grammy’s,’ you casted director Joe Swanberg in the role of Clarence—an awesome choice by the way. Was this your first time collaborating with Swanberg?

BP: Yes, it was my first time working with him. We’d been email friends for a couple years and I hung out with him and his crew when he came to Austin for SXSW with Kissing on the Mouth and LOL. Even when I saw KOTM on DVD, well before we met, I knew that I wanted to put him and Rusty together in a movie as brothers. I just knew it would work since they looked and acted similar. It worked out perfectly and I’m proud that Joe got to run around and scream and fight in Grammy’s, things he doesn’t do in his own movies. Those mostly take place in apartments, not in the woods. AWO: I just read in the newest issue of Filmmaker a great piece about the whole ‘mumblecore’ movement of Austin. I was surprised, however, that your name was not mentioned. In addition to working with the Duplass brothers and Swanberg, your own film ‘Dear Pillow’ has also contributed to this scene. How do you see yourself and your films within this community? BP: “Mumblecore” is kind of a misnomer. That term seriously was conceived as a joke over a meal at Noodleism during SXSW 2005. Andrew Bujalski mentioned it

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in an interview on Indiewire, again as a joke, and suddenly it took off. I think it’s used as shorthand for journalists and other film industry folks to talk about a group of struggling filmmakers without having to seriously consider them as individuals with individual tastes and styles. Except for The Puffy Chair, none of these films got into Sundance or got much wide distribution. For the most part, these filmmakers work with non-famous non-actors and shoot very cheaply on video because that’s all they can afford. Because of that, they focus more on performance and process rather than on trying to make their films look slick and commercial. As far as Dear Pillow being a mumblecore movie, it doesn’t really follow the formula – no one in it is in their twenties, we had a script and we scrupulously avoided shooting it handheld. I do think, though, it shares a common aspiration with films like The Puffy Chair, Hannah Takes the Stairs, Mutual Appreciation, etc., to make a very small, very honest character-based movie with seamless performances, where it’s hard to tell if the actors are playing themselves or not. AWO: So, having read your latest entry in your ‘Poyboy’ journal online, it appears your next project “Housewife” is well underway. What kind of details can you give us?

BP: Not many. I’m actually writing it for a very good friend of mine, Athina Rachel Tsangari, to direct. She was my TA back in Film I at the University of Texas in the mid-Nineties and we co-founded the Cinematexas Film Festival together. She mentored a lot of filmmakers here in town up until she went back to her native Greece in 2001. Housewife will be her second feature, after The Slow Business of Going, a really amazing experimental globe-hopping film she made as a grad student at UT. She has kind of forbid me to talk about it, but I can say that it will be shot in Austin and will involve sex. AWO: Do you consider yourself more of a writer that has started directing, or a director that has learned how to write?

BP: I guess I consider myself a writer first, a director second. You just have more movies in you as a writer. With Dear Pillow, I wrote the script in 2001, didn’t shoot it until 2003 and didn’t finish it until 2004. But, in the interim, I wrote two other feature screenplays. I like collaborating with other people and writing gives me a chance to do that. In that Film I class where I met Rachel, I also met and worked with Jacob Vaughan and Jay Duplass. We collaborated on our final project together, which I wrote. Jake & I continued to work together on 5 other films together, two of which he directed from my script, 3 of which I directed from my own script. I used to take that whole “am I ‘just’ a writer?” thing more seriously but now I know it’s something I can do more easily than other people who are also very creative and full of ideas. It takes discipline to put one word in front of the other. I’m barely disciplined enough to do it myself, but I’m grateful to have enough skill and patience every once in a while to get a script done.

AWO: When I speak to local indy filmmakers here in Austin, there seems to be a perception issue that goes along the lines of, ‘If I’m going to make it in Austin, I have to get into one of the local established cliques.’ How has working at the Austin Film Society changed your perspective of the Austin film scene and making it as an independent filmmaker?


BP: I used to have a similar attitude, felt that I wasn’t part of the “Austin Film Mafia.” It may feel somewhat exclusive, especially when you’re first starting out, because this is a pretty small town and everyone in the film scene seems to know everyone. I think the key is to just stick with it. Don’t expect people to take you seriously until you do serious work. That’s when people take notice and gravitate toward you. That was true of my film school experience at UT. It was quite clear, quite quickly, who was serious about making films and who was just messing around. The people who sat around and complained about bad equipment or not enough guidance from their teachers or the inadequacies of the program as compared to the “big” film schools or, worst of all, worried what grade they were gonna get, were really missing the point. All that matters is the work, making the best film you can with the tools you’re allowed to have (and some you weren’t allowed to have but used anyway). It was the same thing outside of school. I spent five years not making films and those were a hard five years, where I felt somewhat excluded and alienated from the film scene. But, I was working on film festivals (Cinematexas and SXSW) and those gave me an invaluable education on how to make films and get them noticed. Same thing at the Austin Film Society. I feel like I can do a better job helping out filmmakers now because I have a much better perspective on it, on how long it takes to make anything good, on how dedication and hard work will pay off in the long run. I’d say if people are concerned about “making it in Austin,” they should be grateful to live in a town where all it takes to get noticed is to get a film into a major film festival or to just get your film on DVD and carried at Vulcan or I Love Video. We don’t have to worry about box office grosses here. Let’s hope we never do. This is an incredibly special, incredibly supportive film community, especially when you compare it to Los Angeles.

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Quiet Valley Ranch Kerrville 830-257-3600

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Nutty Brown Dripping Springs 512-301-4648

PRIDE AND JOY

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San Marcos Veramendi Plaza 512-393-8400

ZADA WEST SHOW

Lake Marble Falls 830-693-2815

LAKEFEST DRAG BOAT RACES

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Nutty Brown Cafe 512-301-4648

SUMMER IN THE PARK SERIES

Nutty Brown Dripping Springs 512-301-4648

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BOB SCHNEIDER

Uptown Marble Falls Theatre 218 Main St. • 830-639-9996

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WYLIE HUBBARD ZADE WEST RAY Lorraine’s • 909 Third Street SHOWCASE 830-798-8313 Carlos & Charlie’s JOHNNY DEE & Lake Travis THE ROCKET 88s

Continental Club 1315 S. Congress 512-441-2444

THE MOTHER TRUCKERS

Blanco County Fairgrounds 830-868-7684

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September 3 - Gary Allan at Nutty Brown Cafe • Dripping Springs • 512-301-4648

Lucky Lounge 209-A W Fifth 512-479-7700

THE SWELLS WAVE

Elephant Room 312 Congress • 512-473-2279

MORDECAI’S JAZZ JAM

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Lucky Lounge 209-A W. 5th 512-472-7700

Maggie Maes 323 E 6th 512-478-8541

LITTLE STEPH & THE CHROMANTICS

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ROCK & ROLL KARAOKE

Speakeasy 412 Congress Ave 512-476-8017

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JIMMY LEE JONES/DEBBI WALTON

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Johnny Fins Lake Travis 512-266-2811

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A U S T I N W I D E O P E N E N T E R TA I N M E N T M A G A Z I N E


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LEAGUE STUDIO AND GALLERY is quaintly nestled in the hills of the Texas Hill Country at 18218 W. Hwy 71 and Bee Creek Road just before Spicewood. The beauty of this unique area can be seen in the work of Martha LeagueCalhoun’s large oil paintings. Martha’s paintings portray pristine water and water areas, inspired by the crystal clear creeks and rivers of the region. Being a professional artist since she was 18, and coming from a family of artists, it was a little more than destiny that she moved to this part of Texas and surrounds herself with the beauty of the area in her work and daily life. Martha has had much success in her work-a television series with an episode featuring her home studio and work will be aired next year in a show entitled “The Art of Living”-as well as having paintings showcased in a home show on HGTV. Some of her large water paintings can currently be viewed downtown at Austin City Hall’s “People’s Exhibition” until 2008. Martha has been involved in the art community in Austin for the last 11 years, working in several local art galleries, teaching, coordinating events and showing her own work. Her work can be viewed at www.LeagueStudio.com and www.WetPaintings.net. Expanding her business away from her home, the new studio is a workshop for canvas building and an art gallery. With much experience in the business of art, she decided to represent local artisans in her own gallery. League Studio and Gallery represents over 15 local artisans. Representing several different mediums the gallery carries fabricated silver jewelry and beading from 3 different artists, pottery by Julie Isaacson and Alejandra Almuelle, wood turning by Larry Walrath, bronze sculpture by Christopher Rains as well as paintings by Tom Music, Charity Wood and Mindy League.

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“Inventions and Discoveries” collection by Tom Music

“I feel it is very important to represent local artists in the day of the big box store. In this area there are so many wonderfully talented people we need to support. By supporting local artists a community can truly thrive. Purchasing work made in the United States by artisans is unique in that you are supporting a way of life. Artists work just as hard as any other profession-a misnomer by many patrons and artists. Only a true working artist will not be starving!” At the grand opening of the Gallery last month, many turned out for a delightful evening of food, wine, music and art-as well as belly dancing! The event was catered by Austin’s Fricano’s Deli and several friends chimed in on strings. The evening was the first of many events planned for the small venue. A fall show for Friday, November 2 is underway to unveil several new large pieces by Martha as well as a few friends.


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AUGUST 10TH/11TH/12TH In 2006 Tom Music, pictured above with musician Ray Benson, was chosen by the Gibson Guitar Company to be one of the artists to participate in the “Austin Guitartown” project. Tom’s ten foot guitar “Flight”, is displayed at Austin Bergstrom International Airport. It will be offered in a worldwide online auction and sale in the fall of 2007. The profits will be donated to various charities and social benefits.

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e may not have any jungles in Central Texas, but rumors have been flying nonetheless. Out in Spicewood, it is said, people have figured out how to return to their evolutionary roots. From the road you can hear them, hollering like modern-day apemen as they swing from tree to tree. The rumors are true. At Cypress Valley Canopy Tours, located west of Austin off Paleface Ranch Road, adventurous spirits gather to hitch themselves to special steel cables, called zip lines, that stretch from platforms built 40 feet up in the cypress trees. And on those zip lines, people do indeed fly through the air at estimated speeds of 30 miles an hour, many of them screaming as they go. David and Amy Beilharz own and operate Cypress Valley Canopy Tours. As David’s father Bill tells it, neither he nor any of the rest of his family ever imagined what David would eventually do with 88 undeveloped acres that were once part of the original Paleface Ranch. “We were all down in Florida, me and David and his brother, and they found a sailboat there. They fixed it up and got it ready for a trip. One of the stops they made was in Costa Rica. When David got back, he told me about this thing they’d done up in the trees with the cables and the lines. It really struck something in him. He said, ‘I think we could do it here. We’ve got the hillsides, and we’ve got trees big enough.’ And that was it—he was off.” Cypress Valley is the only canopy tour operation in the continental United States. “It’s been kind of nice,” says David Beilharz. “We’ve been open three years already and still we have no competition.” Every Cypress Valley Canopy Tour begins with ground school. A short cable is strung just feet off the ground, and guides teach adventurers how to use their left hands to brake and how to execute a self-rescue, the hand-over-hand maneuver that will get them back to a platform if they succumb to inner fear and brake too hard, too soon. The canopy tour itself consists of six zips ranging in length from 40 to over 100 feet. For some people, the hour or so it takes to complete the canopy tour is enough time in the trees. For others, it whets the appetite for more. The second group has two options. The first is Lofthaven, a nextgeneration bed and breakfast. Built 40 feet up on a dogleg from the canopy tour, the room is big enough to accommodate a small family for a night, with stars and owls above and the flowing creek far below. Guests zip into Lofthaven, but a bridge leads from the room to the parking lot, making solid ground always accessible. The second option is the Canopy Challenge, a sort of obstacle course set up several stories above the ground. Zip tour adventurers are welcome to take the Canopy Challenge after the zip tour, or they can return to take the challenge another time. The Canopy Challenge course consists of three sets of crossings from one cypress platform to the next. At every crossing, adventurers have three choices. There’s the hard route, one that’s harder, and finally the one that a monkey might do for fun. While the zip tour teaches people to let go and lighten up, the challenge helps people overcome the fundamental human fear of falling. So you end up dangling at the end of a rope for a minute or two—with a handy guide to help you back on your feet, the experience quickly becomes no big deal. It’s one of mankind’s most abiding and unattainable desires, the freedom of natural flight. That urge may be hidden under a lifetime of caution and care, but as a curious, living, growing human being, it is part of your nature. You want to fly. At Cypress Valley, it couldn’t be easier. The harness cradles you securely. The sun shines down through cool cypress, the flowing creek burbles up from below. All you have to do is lift your feet. YOU FLY.

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Long-time Cypress Valley guide Andy Stough demonstrates the proper use of the zip tour equipment. Rated to handle weights up to thousands of pounds, the harnesses and cables are strong and secure enough to give any adventurer a safe, smooth ride.


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RACING GENERATES EXCITEMENT

â&#x20AC;&#x153;The smell of racing fuel in the cool morning air on race day... the roar of raw horsepower screaming across the flat calm of the lake... the adrenaline rush from the starting line to the nearing of the finish line as you reach top speeds of over 175 mph. THAT IS WHY I RACE,â&#x20AC;? explains Jim DeGroot who has taken three second place finishes. Jim DeGroot, pictured left working in his machine shop, is a resident of Dripping Springs and owner of J. D. Machineworks on Highway 71 West near Hamilton Pool Road, has been involved with the boat races for the past six years.

Among the activities at Lakefest is a concert featuring Junior Brown which will be in held in Lakeside Park. Friday and weekend passes include access to the concert. Gates open bright and early on Saturday at 7 a.m. for qualifying races that last all day.

Early-birds can arrive Sunday at 7 a.m. to get a great seat for opening ceremonies at 11 a.m. Top-fuel boats thrill crowds with astonishing speeds that can top 240 miles per hour. The day will end with the awards ceremony following the last race. Food, beverages and merchandise vendors will be available to visit between races. Coolers, pets, umbrellas and personal golf carts are not allowed on festival grounds. Seating is on a first-come, first-serve basis.

To order tickets, call 800-7598178/ 830-693-2815 or email kerri@marblefalls.org Visa and Master Card accepted.

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Focus on Marble Falls:

Lake-life After the Flood

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magine after 19 years of living in the lovely State of Oregon coming back to the beautiful hill country I call home to 19 inches of rain in one day! As a teenager on Lake Austin, I grew up with a good knowledge of the lakes rising & falling. How much fun it was to chase the carp in small pools and march through the muck. It was so exciting to see the power of the open floodgates and rushing lake. How oblivious I was to the workings of this magnificent mechanism of the Lower Colorado River. So, I spent today studying the lovely City of Marble Falls. I was amazed at what I found. First, I looked around town. Although, there was still some evidence of the Floods of June, they were mostly subtle with a few obvious reminders. As, I approached the Lake herself, at first glance you couldn’t even tell! She was calm, inviting and breathtaking as ever. Despite the fact that she was still a bit swollen, she was gentle and clean as the sun glistened across her surface. I decided to ask around and see how others felt about the day. I went to the LCRA office and asked how we were doing as a whole. There I met Mr. Bill McCann, Manager of Corporate Communications. Bill was quiet informative and friendly. He told me although the lakes were still in flood operations, everything was running smoothly. The waters are within the flood planes. Billions of gallons of water dumped into the lakes which made their way to Lake Travis. Lake Travis was built to catch and protect our beautiful Capital and that it did. All in all, the authorities, LCRA and the public responded very well. The flood pool has built up from the rains of March and May. The late heavy rains of June topped it off. Therefore, LCRA would like to remind us, “The area is not called Flash Flood Alley for nothing! No matter what season, Christmas, Memorial Day, Fourth

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of July, be alert to threat of bad weather, especially along creeks and low lying areas.” I then headed down to the Marble Falls Chamber of Commerce where I met Christian Fletcher the Executive Director. Christian reassured me that it was business as usual and the town was as beautiful as always. All the shops and restaurants were open. Then he encouraged me to go talk to some of them. I visited O’Neill’s Sports Tavern on Main Street. I was greeted by Cameron Smith who explained how Coca-Cola had come to flush and sanitize their system to bring it up to code. They are open and ready to rock! They offer live music five nights a week, with special talent brought in weekly. They have billiards, karaoke and poker, be sure to ask them about their Poker Cruise Give-away. Look forward to the opening of their new restaurant next door, in 30-45 days. My visit to Hampton Inn on the Lake showed them operating at 100%. They assured me they were never affected by the flood waters and suffered no property damage. With the lake back to her calm beautiful self, they offer 64 rooms for a wonderful stay with a view. As for myself, I’m extremely impressed and deeply, thankful to authorities and volunteers. I am looking forward to a kick - “A” summer on the lakes. What a great place to live and play. A place full of everyday heroes such as Lieutenant Wes Aiken, who was awarded the Medal of Valor for saving a lady from her car with a rope and life jacket moments before the car was swept away by rushing waters.

Now that we have recovered from the rains get ready for the BOAT RACES!


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