Camille Graham is a freelance reporter and digital content creator. She graduated with a degree in journalism and a concentration in music from the University of Florida in 2020, where she was editor-in-chief for The Orange and Blue Magazine. A native Floridian, she specializes in local arts and culture coverage and is a recent transplant to Austin. Twitter: @camgrayham
While the last thing some people want to see is another political ad, a local plumbing company is adding some laughter to the political (and plumbing) discourse with its latest commercial.
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Austin is adding a new social media start-up to its growing list of tech businesses—TUBBR.
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Author and University of Texas professor Brené Brown signed a deal with Spotify for the platform rights to her new podcast "Dare to Lead," available Oct. 19.