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With an endless number of podcasts out there, how does anyone decide what to listen to? Start with the homegrown. We've put together this list of 12 local—or nearly local—podcasts you won't want to miss.
Native Texan and visiting McComb's professor Brené Brown, known to some as America's therapist, talks weekly with celebrities, authors and thinkers on topics ranging from books and movies to current events and big themes of the moment.
This podcast covers Austin's local do-gooders and non-profits. Faith in humanity restored!
Nightlight is a horror podcast that features fiction stories about murders, monsters and more.
Hosted by a group of supporters, Austin Anthem Podcast is the longest-running podcast about Austin FC, Austin's new and only Major League Soccer team.
John Hanson Jr. hosts and produces In Black America, where he interviews civil rights leaders, educators, athletes and more on the black experience in America.
Media ATX founders Tom Cheredar and Josh Rubin talk about local Austin media industry news in the Media Monday Show!
Lance Armstrong hosts The Forward, where he interviews a range of personalities on sports, politics, entertainment and more.
With a cast of kids and seasoned actors, Quaranteen'd is a virtual, all-ages audio treasure hunt.
The Beerists is produced by a group of beer-lovers in Austin who meet up weekly to judge five different beers from around the world.
The Night Owl Podcast features true stories of hauntings, mysteries and paranormal activities.
Hosted by comedians Austin Smartt and Arielle Norman, Gender Fluids dives into the depths of gender and sexuality.
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Project Connect is starting to take shape, Capitol Metro announced, and officially beginning with the scoping phase that includes an environmental report set to go on from now to 2022.
The COVID-19 therapeutic infusion center in South Austin is expanding.
The pop-up center opened outside of the Montopolis CommUnity Care location on Jan. 6 with nine infusion chairs and monoclonal antibody treatments donated by area hospitals. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced Monday that the center will now offer 33 infusion chairs, thanks to additional support provided by the Texas Division of Emergency Management.
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