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After postponing their wedding twice, Janay Green and Renondo Wilson were married in front of 15 family members and friends in Cedar Park on May 1. (Janay Green)

She had the white dress, the handsome groom and the perfect ring. But twice in 2020, Janay Green's intended wedding day came and went with no nuptials.

After two postponements due to the coronavirus pandemic, the third time was finally the charm for Green and her husband, Renondo Wilson, who tied the knot May 1 in front of 15 friends and family members on the outdoor patio of a Cedar Park home they rented through Airbnb.

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Zoho, a global tech company, is moving its U.S. headquarters to 375 acres in Del Valle that includes a farm. (Zoho)

A jackrabbit hops across the field as an employee on break plucks and samples arugula straight from the garden bed.

It may not look like the traditional U.S headquarters of a 9,000-employee international software company, but thanks to a pandemic pivot, a day at the office is also now a day on the farm for Austin-based employees of Zoho.

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Shaunna Contreras and Stacy Johnson share a hug at Contreras' apartment in Round Rock. Johnson started a program called Grace365 that pays for apartments for former foster youth who are aging out of foster care such as Contreras. (Kristin Finan/Austonia)

It could be the pictures on the wall that perfectly reflect her personality. Or the full kitchen where she recently cooked up steak, asparagus and mashed potatoes for dinner.

But if 18-year-old Shaunna Contreras had to pinpoint her favorite thing about her new apartment, it would be the balcony, where she loves to sip her morning coffee while listening for the crickets and frogs that inhabit the creek below.

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A sign welcomes visitors to the "Live Music Capital of the World" at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport on Thursday. (Kristin Finan)

A tender brisket plate at The Salt Lick. A perfectly crafted latte at Jo's Coffee. A sudsy pint at the Saxon Pub.

Certain things are just part of the quintessential Austin experience—even if you're just passing through the airport.

Austin-Bergstrom International Airport in recent years has become well known as a microcosm of what people love about Austin, from the live music that streams through the terminal to the local art that adorns the walls to the outposts of popular Austin shops and restaurants, including those named above.

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