ThunderCloud Subs will open its hotly anticipated new shop in San Marcos on Oct. 21. Right down the highway from its home base in Austin, the newest ThunderCloud is at 1035 North State Hwy 123 (also known as Guadalupe Street) just east of IH35. Read more
The 20th anniversary Texas Book Festival wrapped up last weekend, and our minds are still swirling from all of the literary excitement, fan girl moments, epic discussions, authors, and unforgettable experiences. It was a tremendous weekend of readers, books, words, and pictures. Read more
This weekend, 40,000 book lovers and 300-plus authors will gather at the Texas State Capitol and surrounding grounds for the 20th anniversary Texas Book Festival, Oct. 17-18. Read more
You may have noticed some of your things turning pink over the past two weeks. That’s because October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and our client Kerbey Lane Cafe is doing their part to help raise awareness and funds for the cause through its annual Cakes for a Cure.
A journalism-turned-PR major, Erin will be with us until she graduates this December. We’re excited to have Erin working with us. Get to know her through this brief Q&A.
In case you haven’t heard, we released the full author lineup for the 2015 Texas Book Festival last month. Here’s a round up some of the recent media coverage from the author announcement. Enjoy!
Sustainable Food Center has released its new cooking and gardening class schedules, offered through its programs Grow Local and The Happy Kitchen/La Cocina Alegre®. All classes take place at SFC’s headquarters, 2921 E. 17th Street, Bldg. C.
From making your own traditional Italian gelato with Marco Silvestrini of Doce Nuve, to cooking quick, healthy Asian-inspired weeknight meals with Shefaly Ravula of Shef’s Kitchen, SFC’s cooking classes cover a broad range of food preparation methods and topics with something for every skill level, from beginner to master chef.
SFC’s Grow Local food gardening classes are sure to have something for everyone as well: compost techniques, introduction to food gardening, planning a successful fall garden, vegetable gardening in small spaces, caring for fruit trees, and much more.
25th annual ThunderCloud Subs Turkey Trot announces Art Contest, event registration
ThunderCloud Subs is launching its annual competition to design artwork for the 20,000-plus T-shirts and other materials for the 25th annual ThunderCloud Subs Turkey Trot. Registration opens today for the hugely popular Thanksgiving Day tradition, which has raised more than $2.5 million for Caritas of Austin.
In honor of its 20th anniversary, the Texas Book Festival is announcing 20 authors who will be featured at this year’s Festival weekend, Oct. 17 and 18.
By: Allison Baron
We’ve all had that gut-wrenching feeling when you realize you’ve made a mistake on a document just as you’re hitting the send button. Making a mistake on your cover letter or resume is a whole other enchilada.
Your cover letter and resume are supposed to show employers how well you express yourself, and showcase your qualifications and skills. A good cover letter and resume might earn you an interview. Typos or poor writing will disqualify you immediately from almost any position, and certainly for an internship at a public relations firm, where writing is an enormous part of what we do.