Austin

Austin, Travis County, Texas, United States of America
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Austin FC stadium (Q56278477)
item type: football stadium / stadium project
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Austin FC Stadium is a soccer-specific stadium under construction in the North Burnet section of North Austin, Texas. It is expected to be the home of Austin FC, a Major League Soccer (MLS) team expected to start play in 2021.

Street address: 10414 McKalla Place, Austin, TX 78758 U.S. (from Wikidata)

website: https://austinfc.com/#stadium

Little Walnut Creek Branch Library (Q69969522)
item type: public library / library branch

Street address: 835 W Rundberg Ln, Austin, TX 78758 (from Wikidata)

Ralph W Yarborough Branch Library (Q69969527)
item type: public library / library branch

Street address: 2200 Hancock Dr, Austin, TX 78756 (from Wikidata)

North Village Branch Library (Q69969531)
item type: public library / library branch

Street address: 2505 Steck Ave, Austin, TX 78757 (from Wikidata)

Old Quarry Branch Library (Q69969536)
item type: public library / library branch

Street address: 7051 Village Center Dr, Austin, TX 78731 (from Wikidata)

Pleasant Hill Branch Library (Q69969537)
item type: public library / library branch

Street address: 211 E William Cannon Dr, Austin, TX 78745 (from Wikidata)

Daniel E Ruiz Branch Library (Q69969546)
item type: public library / library branch

Street address: 1600 Grove Blvd, Austin, TX 78741 (from Wikidata)

Spicewood Springs Branch Library (Q69969549)
item type: public library / library branch

Street address: 8637 Spicewood Springs Rd, Austin, TX 78759 (from Wikidata)

Terrazas Branch Library (Q69969551)
item type: public library / library branch

Street address: 1105 E Cesar Chavez St, Austin, TX 78702 (from Wikidata)

Twin Oaks Branch Library (Q69969555)
item type: public library / library branch

Street address: 1800 S 5th St, Austin, TX 78704 (from Wikidata)

University Hills Branch Library (Q69969559)
item type: public library / library branch

Street address: 4721 Loyola Ln, Austin, TX 78723 (from Wikidata)

Windsor Park Branch Library (Q69969561)
item type: public library / library branch

Street address: 5833 Westminster Dr, Austin, TX 78723 (from Wikidata)

Southeast Austin Community Branch Library (Q69969564)
item type: public library / library branch

Street address: 5803 Nuckols Crossing Rd, Austin, TX 78744 (from Wikidata)

Milwood Branch Library (Q69969566)
item type: public library / library branch

Street address: 12500 Amherst Dr, Austin, TX 78727 (from Wikidata)

St John Branch Library (Q69969572)
item type: public library / library branch

Street address: 7500 Blessing Ave, Austin, TX 78752 (from Wikidata)

37th Street (Q4635916)
item type: street
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

37th Street is a street in Austin, Texas, known for its many houses that are decorated with Christmas lights. The tradition attracts tens of thousands of visitors each year, though neighbor participation has decreased the past few years due to the original residents having moved away and more students renting homes in the neighborhood.

Street address: 37th Street, Austin, Texas (from Wikidata)

Robert Mueller Municipal Airport (Q7347861)
item type: airport
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Robert Mueller Municipal Airport ( "Miller") was the first civilian airport built in Austin, Texas, operating from 1930 to 1999. It was replaced as Greater Austin's main airport by the Austin–Bergstrom International Airport. A few miles northeast of downtown Austin, the airport was named after Robert Mueller, a city commissioner who died in office in January 1927. Mueller was identified with the airport code AUS, which was reassigned to Austin–Bergstrom International Airport in 1999.

IATA airport code: AUS; ICAO airport code: KAUS; FAA airport code: AUS; USGS GNIS ID: 1386191

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: 1999 disestablishments in Texas, Defunct airports in Texas
University of Texas at Austin Department of Radio-Television-Film (Q7896453)
item type: academic department
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Department of Radio–Television–Film at the University of Texas at Austin located in Austin, Texas, is one of the five departments comprising the Moody College of Communication. The department was founded in 1965 and has become one of the nation's premiere film schools, consistently ranking in the top 5 for graduate programs and the top 10 for undergraduate studies. The department has a very selective admissions policy, accepting fewer than 25% of applicants in its undergraduate program, and fewer than 15% of applicants in its graduate programs.

website: http://rtf.utexas.edu/

Texas State University System (Q623581)
item type: state university system / open-access publisher
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Texas State University System (TSUS) was created in 1911 to oversee the state's normal schools. Since its creation it has broadened its focus and comprises institutions of many different scopes. The other systems of state universities are the Texas A&M System, the Texas Tech System, the University of Houston System, the University of North Texas System, and the University of Texas System.

website: http://www.tsus.edu/

Cockrell School of Engineering (Q5139658)
item type: engineering school
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Cockrell School of Engineering is one of the eighteen colleges within the University of Texas at Austin. It has more than 8,000 students enrolled in eleven undergraduate and thirteen graduate programs. The college is ranked fourth in the world according to the Academic Ranking of World Universities and eighth nationally by U.S. News & World Report, while all graduate programs are ranked in the top twenty nationally. Annual research expenditures are over $150 million and the school has the fourth-largest number of faculty in the National Academy of Engineering.

website: http://www.engr.utexas.edu/

Brackenridge Field Laboratory (Q4953671)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Brackenridge Field Laboratory (BFL) is an urban research station owned by the University of Texas at Austin. Established officially in 1967, it contains 82 acres of land and research infrastructure. It is dedicated to studies in biology. The extensive historical data kept about its diverse habitats has been important to the study of biodiversity, ecological succession and ecology. Some of the key studies into the red imported fire ant (Solenopsis invicta) and potential biocontrol agents such as phorid flies have originated at the field station. It also contains the second largest insect collection in Texas. Since 1973 the Brackenridge Field Laboratory has been a subject of controversy due to the high value of the land.

Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems (Q5059756)
item type: nonprofit organization
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems (CMPBS), established in 1975, is a non-profit education, research, and demonstration organization specializing in life cycle assessment, planning and design. CMPBS undertakes projects based on their potential contribution to site, regional and global sustainability and human health, and actively pursue collaborations with associate organizations, businesses and professional firms. Projects emphasize regional contexts as bases for responsible resource use relative to materials, energy, water, waste, food, and meaningful employment. The expertise of CMPBS is accessible through green planning and design services, conference presentations, public lectures, and published papers.

website: https://www.cmpbs.org/

Constitution Society (Q5164142)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Constitution Society is a nonprofit educational organization headquartered at San Antonio, Texas, U.S., and founded in 1994 by Jon Roland, an author and computer specialist who has run for public office as a Libertarian Party candidate on a "Constitutionalist Platform". The society publishes online a large selection of works on constitutional history, law, and government.

Emo's (Q5373641)
item type: venue
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Emo's, formerly known as The Back Room, is a music and event venue located in Austin, Texas. Emo's got its start as a Houston punk club in 1989, with the Austin location opening in 1992. The Houston location closed its doors in September 2001.

The Drag (Q5304794)
item type: street
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Drag is a nickname for a portion of Guadalupe Street that runs along the western edge of the University of Texas campus in Austin, Texas.

Ethel Felder Webster House (Q5403110)
item type: house
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Ethel Felder Webster House (or Baugh-Colby House) is a historic two-story home in the Enfield historic district in Austin, Texas. The home was built in 1917 and was among the first five built on Enfield Road. All were completed by 1918 and are listed in the city directory for that year. It is the only surviving house of these originals.

2010 Austin suicide attack (Q2422134)
item type: suicide attack / aviation accident
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The 2010 Austin suicide attack occurred on February 18, 2010, when Andrew Joseph Stack III deliberately crashed his single-engine Piper Dakota light aircraft into Building I of the Echelon office complex in Austin, Texas, United States, killing himself and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) manager Vernon Hunter. Thirteen others were injured, two severely. The four-story office building housed an IRS field office occupying the top three floors, along with a couple of private businesses on the first floor. Prior to the crash, Stack had posted a suicide note to his web site, expressing his disillusionment with corporations and government agencies such as the IRS. Stack is also suspected of having set fire that morning to his two-story North Austin house, which was mostly destroyed.

KJCE (Q6331348)
item type: radio station
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

KJCE (1370 kHz) is an AM radio station licensed to Rollingwood, Texas, and serving the Greater Austin. The station airs a talk radio format and is owned by Entercom Communications. The station has studios and offices on Westbank Drive, off Loop 360, near Westlake High School. The transmitter is off Johnny Morris Road, near Loyola Lane.

website: http://www.talk1370.com/

KTSN (Q6332646)
item type: radio station
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

KTSN (1490 kHz) is an AM radio station licensed to Austin, Texas. While KTSN is commercially licensed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), it is the flagship station of the non-commercial listener-supported "Sun Radio Network" and does not air advertisements. The station is owned by Daryl O'Neal, CEO of Township Media DBA The Sun Radio Network. The network airs a mix of adult album alternative and Americana music, along with other genres such as progressive country, blues and folk music.

website: http://www.sunradio.com/

Las Cimas (Q6492132)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Las Cimas (Spanish: "Summit" or "Top") is an office complex in unincorporated Travis County, Texas, between Austin and West Lake Hills. The buildings, southwest of Downtown Austin, are about 300 yards (270 m) south of the southwest corner of Las Cimas Parkway and Texas State Highway Loop 360 (Capital of Texas Highway). It previously housed the headquarters of Dell and American Campus Communities.

Laguna Gloria (Q6472854)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Contemporary Austin - Laguna Gloria, formerly known as the AMOA-Arthouse at Laguna Gloria, is the former home of Clara Driscoll and site of a 1916 Italianate-style villa on the shores of Lake Austin in Austin, Texas. It was the original home of the Austin Museum of Art and still houses some of its collections. The building is now one of two sites of The Contemporary Austin.

NRHP reference number: 75002005

Ikkicon (Q5996039)
item type: recurring event
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

IKKiCON is an annual three-day anime convention held during January at the Austin Marriott Downtown in Austin, Texas.

website: http://www.ikkicon.com/

KVET (Q6339993)
item type: radio station
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

KVET (1300 kHz), branded as "AM 1300 / 103.1 The Zone", is an Austin, Texas, radio station. It is owned by iHeartMedia, and it carries a Sports radio format with both local sports shows and programming from Fox Sports Radio. KVET-AM can also be heard on FM at 103.1 K276EL.

website: http://www.am1300thezone.com

J. P. Schneider Store (Q6106712)
item type: construction
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The J.P. Schneider Store is a historic commerce building in downtown Austin, Texas built in 1873. Built along Second Street, the structure is the only remaining historic building in the immediate vicinity and is today surrounded by Austin City Hall and the headquarters of Silicon Labs.

NRHP reference number: 79003014

KUTX (Q6339777)
item type: radio station
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

KUTX (98.9 FM) is a non-commercial radio station licensed to Leander, Texas and serving the greater Austin, Texas area with an Adult album alternative format. The station is owned by University of Texas at Austin with headquarters at the Belo Center for New Media (A0704) on the University of Texas at Austin campus.

website: http://www.kutx.org/

KVRX (Q6340260)
item type: radio station
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

KVRX (91.7 FM) is the student radio station at the University of Texas in Austin, Texas, with an effective radiated power of 3,000 watts. Licensed to The University of Texas, KVRX shares the 91.7 frequency with KOOP, broadcasting from 7 p.m. to 9 a.m. Monday through Friday and from 10 p.m. to 9 a.m. Saturday and Sunday, with KOOP, operated by Austin Co-op Radio, broadcasting during the remaining hours. KVRX's studios are at the Hearst Student Media Building on campus, and its transmitter is located in East Austin.

website: http://www.kvrx.org/

KTXZ (Q6339364)
item type: radio station
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

KTXZ is an AM radio station, operating at 1560 kHz, licensed to West Lake Hills, Texas, and is owned by Encino Broadcasting LLC. The station airs a Tejano music format. A transmitter site is located in Northeast Austin and the station has studios along Loop 360 in Southwest Austin.

Lions Municipal Golf Course (Q6555906)
item type: sports venue
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Lions Municipal Golf Course, nicknamed Muny, is a municipal golf course at 2901 Enfield Road in Austin, Texas. Constructed in 1924, it has been praised by golf legends Ben Hogan and Ben Crenshaw and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2016. The course was Austin's first public golf course, and is historically notable for being the first golf course south of the Mason–Dixon line to racially integrate. In 2017, the National Trust for Historic Preservation included the course on its annual list of the 11 Most Endangered Historic Places in America.

KAZI (Q6325544)
item type: radio station
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

KAZI (88.7 FM) is a listener-supported, non-commercial community radio station in Austin, Texas, United States. The transmitter site is located in Southwest Austin and the station has studios in Northeast Austin. It is owned by the Austin Community Radio, Inc.

website: http://www.kazifm.org/

KFIT (Q6329006)
item type: radio station
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

KFIT (1060 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Gospel music format. Licensed to Lockhart, Texas, United States, the station serves the Austin area. The station is currently owned by KFIT, Inc.

website: http://www.gospel1060.com

KOOP (Q6335111)
item type: radio station
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

KOOP (91.7 FM) (pronounced 'co-op') is a noncommercial community radio station owned and operated by its members and staffed by volunteers. The station broadcasts in Austin, Texas on 91.7 MHz at an effective radiated power of 3 kilowatts and is licensed to Texas Educational Broadcasting Co-operative, Inc., a nonprofit organization (doing business as KOOP Radio, previously Austin Co-op Radio). The station was assigned the KOOP call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on October 27, 1993.

website: http://www.koop.org/

Texas State Highway 165 (Q2503988)
item type: road
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

State Highway 165 (SH 165) is a state highway in the state of Texas in the United States. At 0.51 miles (0.82 km) long, it is the shortest main state highway in Texas, and perhaps the only one partially locked at night. It is no longer connected to any other Texas highway system roads.

Hyde Park Theatre (Q16985375)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Founded in 1992, Hyde Park Theatre (formerly Frontera@Hyde Park Theatre) is an arts center in Austin, Texas, that has produced over 50 world and regional premieres. In addition to a mainstage season, HPT curates the largest performance festival in the Southwest, FronteraFest.

Travis Association for the Blind (Q18217517)
item type: organization
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Travis Association for the Blind (TAB) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization employing over 400 Texans of which approximately 250 are legally blind in six facilities in southeast Austin, Texas as well as a facility in Taylor, Texas. Travis Association for the Blind warehouses, distributes, manufactures, and repairs a wide variety of merchandise for local, state, and federal government as well as private industry.

Red River Cultural District (Austin, Texas) (Q16899202)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Red River Cultural District is an entertainment district in Downtown Austin, Texas, United States. The district runs along the 600–900 blocks of Red River Street. The Austin City Council approved a resolution creating the district on October 17, 2013. The resolution also directs the City Manager to address parking and loading and unloading issues in the area and to investigate the state process used to designate an area as a cultural district with the Texas Commission for the Arts.

Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument (Q17054391)
item type: war memorial
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument, is a memorial designed by New Mexico artist Duke Sundt, installed on the grounds of the Texas State Capitol in Austin, Texas, United States. It serves as a tribute to all Texans who served in the Vietnam War and a memorial to the 3,417 who died. Ground was broken on March 25, 2013 on the northeast side of the Capitol. The monument was dedicated on March 29, 2014.

Texas Travesty (Q16981859)
item type: student newspaper
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Texas Travesty describes itself as the United States' "largest student-produced satirical newspaper". All production and creative work takes place at the University of Texas at Austin.

website: http://www.texastravesty.com

Block 21 (Q17510451)
item type: venue
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Block 21 is a 300-million-dollar mixed-use development adjacent to the Second Street District of Downtown Austin, Texas. Austin's fifth-tallest building, the W Austin Hotel and Residences and ACL Live at The Moody Theater, the live venue where Austin City Limits is recorded, are located here, as well as 53,000 square feet (4,900 m2) of shops, restaurants and office space. It has been lauded for its eco-friendliness.

Penn Field (Airfield) (Q14711233)
item type: aerodrome
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Penn Field is a former World War I military airfield, located in Austin, Texas. It operated as a radio training field for the Air Service, United States Army between 1917 until 1919. The airfield was one of thirty-two Air Service training camps established in 1918 after the United States entry into World War I.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Defunct airports in Texas
Texas Public Policy Foundation (Q7707921)
item type: nonprofit organization
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Texas Public Policy Foundation (TPPF) is a conservative think tank based in Austin, Texas. The organization was founded in 1989 by James R. Leininger, who sought intellectual support for his education reform ideas, including public school vouchers. Projects of the organization include Right on Crime, which is focused on criminal justice reform, and Fueling Freedom, which seeks to "explain the forgotten moral case for fossil fuels" by rejecting the scientific consensus on climate change.

website: http://www.texaspolicy.com/

The Texas Tribune (Q7768599)
item type: newspaper / nonprofit organization
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Texas Tribune is a nonprofit media organization in Texas. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, it aims to promote civic engagement through original, explanatory journalism and public events. Its website and content in various delivery platforms serves as an alternative news source for Texas, with a goal of supplementing mainstream media sources.

website: https://www.texastribune.org/

RGK Center for Philanthropy and Community Service (Q7276650)
item type: research institute
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The RGK Center for Philanthropy and Community Service is a research center at University of Texas at Austin located in the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs. The teaching and research of the RGK Center are focused in the areas of nonprofit organizations, philanthropy, social entrepreneurship, and volunteerism.

website: http://www.rgkcenter.org/

Seminary of the Southwest (Q7449480)
item type: seminary / private not-for-profit educational institution
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Seminary of the Southwest (formally The Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest and informally SSW) is an Episcopal seminary in Austin, Texas. It is one of nine accredited seminaries of the Episcopal Church in the United States. Seminary of the Southwest forms Christian leaders pursuing ordination within the church, as well as those interested in lay forms of ministry, including chaplaincy and counseling.

website: http://www.ssw.edu

Sabah Theological Seminary (Q7395832)
item type: seminary
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Sabah Theological Seminary (STS) is an interdenominational Protestant seminary located in the town of Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, East Malaysia. Established in 1988, STS is accredited by the Association for Theological Education in South East Asia (ATESEA) and a participating school of the South East Asia Graduate School of Theology (SEAGST) from which the Master of Theology degree is awarded

website: http://www.stssabah.org/

Sarah and Ernest Butler School of Music (Q7422930)
item type: conservatory
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Sarah and Ernest Butler School of Music in the College of Fine Arts is located on the eastern side of The University of Texas at Austin.

The Real World: Austin (Q7759655)
item type: TV series season
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Real World: Austin is the sixteenth season of MTV's reality television series The Real World, which focuses on a group of diverse strangers living together for several months in a different city each season, as cameras follow their lives and interpersonal relationships. It is the second season to be filmed in the West South Central States region of the United States, specifically in Texas.

McKinney Homestead (Q6801972)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The McKinney Homestead is a former limestone home built between 1850 and 1852 by Thomas F. McKinney, owner of the surrounding land. The two-story homestead was continuously occupied until it burned in the 1940s.

NRHP reference number: 74002093

Mayfield-Gutsch Estate (Q6797162)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Mayfield–Gutsch Estate, now named Mayfield Park, is a historic cottage, gardens and nature preserve in west Austin, Texas on a bluff overlooking Lake Austin. Originally built in the 1870s, the cottage was purchased by former Texas Secretary of State Allison Mayfield in 1909. In 1922, the house passed to Mayfield's daughter, Mary Frances, and her husband, University of Texas professor Milton Gutsch. They expanded the home, adding porches on three sides and, with the help of gardener Esteban Arredondo, greatly developed 2 acres (0.81 ha) of the property around their home into a botanical garden surrounded by a rock perimeter wall. When Mary Mayfield Gutsch died in 1971, the home and grounds were left to the City of Austin for use as a park. The property was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on September 29, 1994.

NRHP reference number: 94001159

Texas Court of Criminal Appeals (Q3694688)
item type: appellate court
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals (CCA) is the court of last resort for all criminal matters in Texas. The Court, which is based in the Supreme Court Building in Downtown Austin, is composed of a Presiding Judge and eight judges.

website: http://www.txcourts.gov/cca

Andrew M. Cox Ranch Site (Q4757824)
item type: construction
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Andrew M. Cox Ranch Site is a historic collection of ruined buildings and structures in Austin, Texas, United States. The site is located on either side of Barton Creek near the intersection of Loop 360 and the Mopac Expressway. It included a small collection of wall enclosures (no habitable buildings remain onsite) and wagon tracks in the native limestone.

NRHP reference number: 75002009

Guitar Foundation of America (Q3120669)
item type: classical music competition
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Guitar Foundation of America is an American classical guitar organization that was founded in 1973 at the National Guitar Convention sponsored by the American String Teachers Association. The company offer various services ranging from guitar lessons, to a guitar shop, competitions, and events. The company is a nonprofit organization that relies on donation, events, and advertising on its web site.

website: http://www.guitarfoundation.org/

North Burnet–Gateway, Austin, Texas (Q21196511)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

North Burnet–Gateway (NBG) is a 2,300 acre neighborhood in northwest Austin, Texas.

Waters Park, Texas (Q24260723)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Waters Park, Texas (also known as Waters and Watters) was a village located eight miles north of downtown Austin, Texas defined by the boundaries of Farm Road 1325, MoPac, and the Southern Pacific Railroad. It is now part of the City of Austin.

Seaholm Power Plant (Q19630473)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Seaholm Power Plant is a historic former power station located on the north shore of Lady Bird Lake in Downtown Austin, Texas. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and designated as a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark. The facility and site were redeveloped into a mixed-use district after the power plant closed.

NRHP reference number: 13000614

Judge Sebron G. Sneed House (Q20714724)
item type: architectural structure
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Judge Sebron G. Sneed House (also, Sneed House and Comal Bluff) is a historic former limestone plantation house in Austin, Texas, commissioned by Judge Sebron Graham Sneed. It was likely designed by architect and general contractor, Abner Hugh Cook, co-owner of the sawmill where Sneed had purchased lumber for the construction of the house. Cook is most notable for designing the Texas Governor's Mansion in Austin.

University of Texas School of Law (Q7896446)
item type: law school
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The University of Texas School of Law (Texas Law) is the law school of the University of Texas at Austin. Texas Law is consistently ranked as one of the top law schools in the United States and admits roughly 20% of its applicants. Every year, Texas Law places a significant part of its class into law firms, where median base salaries start at $190,000. According to Texas Law’s 2019 disclosures, 90% of the Class of 2019 obtained full-time, long-term bar passage required/JD advantage employment nine months after graduation.

website: https://law.utexas.edu/

University of Texas at Austin South Asia Institute (Q7896457)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The South Asia Institute was established as part of a University of Texas at Austin initiative to promote South Asian programs, especially those pertaining to contemporary issues, across the entire university and in the larger community. As a National Resource Center for South Asia funded by A Title VI grant from the U.S. Department of Education, the institute sponsors major conferences, scholarly symposia and a weekly South Asia Seminar. The institute also provides Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) fellowships to students pursuing graduate degrees relating to South Asia in any department or school of the University.

Holy Family Catholic School (Q5885445)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)
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Texas Property and Casualty Insurance Guaranty Association (Q24260750)
item type: organization
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Texas Property and Casualty Insurance Guaranty Association (TPCIGA) is the state-designated insurance guaranty association for property insurance and casualty insurance claims in Texas. It is headquartered in North Burnet–Gateway, Austin.

Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (Q30296524)
item type: government organization / facility
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) is a state agency that funds cancer research in Texas. It is funded by bonds issued by the state of Texas. Researchers and organizations in Texas are invited to apply for grants that match CPRIT’s mission and goals.

website: http://www.cprit.state.tx.us/

Austin Dam failure (Q47458390)
item type: dam failure
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Austin Dam, also referred to as "The Great Granite Dam" failure was a catastrophic dam failure near Austin, Texas that killed several dozen people in 1900. The destruction of the dam drained the Lake McDonald reservoir and left the city of Austin without electrical power for a number of months.

Austin Graduate School of Theology (Q4823103)
item type: seminary / private not-for-profit educational institution
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Austin Graduate School of Theology, formerly known as the Institute for Christian Studies, is a private Christian seminary associated with the Churches of Christ and located in Austin, Texas. It is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to awards bachelor's and master's degrees.

Street address: 7640 Guadalupe St, Austin, TX, 78752 (from Wikidata)

website: http://www.austingrad.edu

West Fifth Street Bridge at Shoal Creek (Q80258460)
item type: road bridge
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The West Fifth Street Bridge is a historic cantilever concrete girder bridge in downtown Austin, Texas. Built in 1931, the bridge carries Fifth Street across Shoal Creek to link central Austin with neighborhoods that were then the city's western suburbs. It is one of only a handful of curved cantilever girder bridges in Texas, built as part of the city's 1928 master plan for urban development and beautification. The bridge was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2019.

NRHP reference number: 100004750

Carver Branch Library (Q69969513)
item type: public library / library branch

Street address: 1161 Angelina St, Austin, TX 78702 (from Wikidata)

Eustasio Cepeda Branch Library (Q69969518)
item type: public library / library branch

Street address: 651 N Pleasant Valley Rd, Austin, TX 78702 (from Wikidata)

United States Courthouse (Q26339163)
item type: courthouse
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Austin United States Courthouse is a historic former federal courthouse in downtown Austin, Texas. Built between 1935 and 1936, the building exemplifies Depression-era Moderne architecture, while Art Moderne and Art Deco finishes characterize the interior. It housed the Austin division of the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas and other judicial offices until 2012, when a new federal courthouse building was completed. Since 2016 the building has been owned by Travis County, which is renovating the facility to be used as county court space. The structure was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2001.

NRHP reference number: 01000432

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Former federal courthouses in the United States
Texas Legislature (Q2653964)
item type: bicameral legislature / legislature of a U.S. state
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Texas Legislature is the state legislature of the US state of Texas. It is a bicameral body composed of a 31-member Senate and a 150-member House of Representatives. The state legislature meets at the Capitol in Austin. It is a powerful arm of the Texas government not only because of its power of the purse to control and direct the activities of state government and the strong constitutional connections between it and the Lieutenant Governor of Texas, but also due to Texas's plural executive.

website: https://capitol.texas.gov/

Town Lake Gazebo (Q87200008)
item type: gazebo
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Town Lake Gazebo (also known as the Women in Construction Gazebo or Fannie Davis Town Lake Gazebo) is a historic gazebo on the south shore of Lady Bird Lake in Austin, Texas, beside Auditorium Shores. Built in 1969 to beautify the south shore of Lady Bird Lake, the gazebo was paid for by the National Association of Women in Construction and features eclectic architecture. The structure was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2020.

Acclaim Studios Austin (Q282658)
item type: video game developer
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Acclaim Studios Austin (formerly Iguana Entertainment) was an American video game developer based in Austin, Texas. The company was founded in 1991 by Jeff Spangenberg, previously lead designer for Punk Development, and originally located in Santa Clara, California. Iguana found first success with Aero the Acro-Bat, moved to Austin and acquired Optimus Software (later Iguana UK) in 1993. Iguana was acquired by Acclaim Entertainment in January 1995 and received another sub-studio, Iguana West in October that year. Spangenberg was fired from his position in July 1998 and filed a lawsuit on breach of contract the following October. Iguana was rebranded Acclaim Studios Austin in May 1999, and the studio was closed down in August 2004, followed by the Chapter 7 bankruptcy of its parent in September 2004.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: 2004 disestablishments in California, Defunct companies based in Texas, Defunct video game companies of the United States
Bluepoint Games (Q2708014)
item type: video game developer
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Bluepoint Games, Inc. is an American independent video game developer located in Austin, Texas.

website: http://www.bluepointgames.com/

Dobie Theatre (Q42298512)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 2025 Guadalupe Street, Austin, TX 78705 (from Wikidata)

Sixth Street (Q1079139)
item type: historic district
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Sixth Street is a historic street and entertainment district in Austin, Texas, located within the city's urban core in downtown Austin. Sixth Street was formerly named Pecan Street under Austin's older naming convention, which had east–west streets named after trees and north–south streets named after Texas rivers (the latter convention remains in place).

NRHP reference number: 75002132

Wahrenberger House (Q7959844)
item type: house
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Wahrenberger House is located two blocks from the Texas Capitol, at 208 W. 14th Street, in Austin, Travis County, in the U.S. state of Texas. The home was built between 1867–68 by Friedrich Huster and sold to Charles Klein after completion. The house is named for Klein's daughter Caroline Wahrenberger, who was deeded the house in 1882. Since it was built, the house has served as a residence for several generations of the Klein–Wahrenberger family, and was the location for two German–American schools. At different times, both Pat Morris Neff and Sam Rayburn lived in the residence when Mrs. Wahrenberger ran it as a boarding house. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places listings in Travis County, Texas in 1978, and was designated a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark in 1972.

NRHP reference number: 78002995

Austin Executive Airpark (Q2901581)
item type: airport
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Austin Executive Airpark (FAA LID: 3R3), formerly known as Tim's Airpark (in the 1960s and 1970s), was a public-use airport located in Austin, Texas, United States. It was located near the intersection of Parmer Lane and Interstate 35.

FAA airport code: 3R3

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: 1999 disestablishments in Texas, Defunct airports in Texas
Liberal Arts and Science Academy High School of Austin, Texas (Q6540586)
item type: high school
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Liberal Arts and Science Academy (LASA) is a selective public magnet high school in Austin, Texas, United States. Although LASA is open to all Austin residents and charges no tuition, competition for admission can be strong and is contingent on submission of an application, prior academic record, and the Cognitive Abilities Test.

website: http://www.lasahighschool.com

Willow-Spence Streets Historic District (Q8022250)
item type: neighborhood / historic district
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Willow–Spence Streets Historic District is a neighborhood that lies east of downtown Austin, Texas. Its houses, churches, and commercial buildings were built in the early twentieth century. It is bounded roughly by Interstate 35 to the west, East César Chávez Street to the north, and Spence Street to the south. It extends a few houses east of San Marcos Street along Willow and Canterbury Streets. It thus includes portions of Willow, Spence, Canterbury, San Marcos, and Waller Streets. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.

NRHP reference number: 85002264

Hyde Park Historic District (Q16892567)
item type: historic district
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)
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NRHP reference number: 90001191

One Congress Plaza (Q14711206)
item type: skyscraper
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

One Eleven Congress, formerly One Congress Plaza, is a skyscraper in Downtown Austin, the state capital of Texas in the United States. Standing 397 feet (121 meters) tall and containing 30 floors, the building is the 17th tallest in Austin. The building contains a sunken plaza, which include trees, a food hall, water features, and park benches, as well as the location for the AMOA Art Show.

Acton School of Business (Q4677686)
item type: business school
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Acton School of Business is a school for entrepreneurship, located in Austin, Texas. Offering a full-time program, the school is based on experiential learning. Students analyze business case studies and participate in simulations, such as building real assembly lines and selling products door to door.

Moody Pedestrian Bridge (Q26157947)
item type: truss bridge / footbridge
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Moody Pedestrian Bridge is a pedestrian bridge in Austin, Texas on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin. It connects two buildings within the Moody College of Communication across a street.

Texas School for the Deaf (Q7707954)
item type: high school / school for the deaf
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Texas School for the Deaf (TSD) is a state-operated primary and secondary school for deaf children in Austin, Texas. The oldest public school in Texas that has been continually in operation, it was first opened in 1857 "in an old frame house, three log cabins, and a smokehouse." The school struggled under inadequate funding during the American Civil War and its aftermath with the students eating food that they grew themselves on the school farm. In 1951 the State Board of Education assumed oversight of the school.

website: http://www.tsd.state.tx.us

St. Austin Catholic School (Q7587198)
item type: school
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

St. Austin Catholic School is a private, Catholic elementary and middle school with a full-time and part-time 3 year olds class, a class for 4 year olds and Kinder - 8th. St. Austin is located in downtown Austin, Texas, one block from UT campus, Dell Medical School and four blocks from the Texas State Capital. St. Austin is located within the Diocese of Austin. St. Austin offers a diverse learning environment with a great deal of individualized attention. in 2005 St. Austin received the honorable distinction of being a Blue Ribbon School. The average class size is 20 students and the teacher to student ratio is 1:9. The current enrollment at St. Austin is 215 students.

St. Dominic Savio Catholic High School (Q14711331)
item type: high school
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

St. Dominic Savio Catholic High School is a Roman Catholic high school located in northern Austin, Texas, United States. The school, a part of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Austin, opened in August 2009. It is administered by the diocese.

website: http://www.saviochs.org

Royal Arch Masonic Lodge (Q7373677)
item type: masonic temple
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Royal Arch Masonic Lodge in Austin, Texas is a three-story beige brick Masonic building that was built in Beaux Arts style in 1926. It was designed by Texas architects J. B. Davies and William E. Ketchum. It was listed as a historic landmark by the city of Austin in 2000, and it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.

NRHP reference number: 05000362

Jester Center (Q6187953)
item type: high-rise building / halls of residence
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Jester Center or Jester Center Residence Halls is a co-educational residence hall at The University of Texas at Austin, built in 1969. The residence hall was named after Beauford H. Jester, who served as the Governor of Texas from 1947 until 1949.

Barton Springs (Q4865687)
item type: archaeological site / historic district
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Barton Springs is a set of four natural water springs located at Barton Creek on the grounds of Zilker Park in Austin, Texas, resulting from water flowing through the Edwards Aquifer. The largest spring, Main Barton Spring (also known as Parthenia, "the mother spring") supplies water to Barton Springs Pool, a popular recreational destination in Austin. The smaller springs are located nearby, two with man-made structures built to contain and direct their flow. The springs are the only known habitat of the Barton Springs Salamander, an endangered species.

NRHP reference number: 85003213

Wesley United Methodist Church (Q7984016)
item type: protestant church
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Wesley United Methodist Church in Austin, Texas, United States, was founded in 1865, at the end of the American Civil War. Its original members were Austin-area freedmen, and it remains a predominantly African-American congregation. On March 4, 1865, the Reverend Joseph Welch, Presiding Elder of the Texas District of the Mississippi Mission Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, presided over the meeting at which Wesley was founded. This historical meeting was held in the basement of the old Tenth Street M. E. Church, South in Austin, Texas.

NRHP reference number: 85002281

Galindo (Q5518696)
item type: neighborhood
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Galindo is a neighborhood in Austin, Texas. The area covers part of ZIP code 78704 in south Austin.

San Juan Diego Catholic High School (Q7414577)
item type: high school / Catholic school
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

San Juan Diego Catholic High School (SJDCHS) is a private, Roman Catholic high school in Austin, Texas. It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Austin.

website: http://www.sjdchs.org

Scenic Brook (Q17087713)
item type: neighborhood
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Scenic Brook is a neighborhood located in southwest Austin, Texas. Scenic Brook is located in ZIP codes 78735 and 78736. The boundaries are the intersections of Highway 290 and Highway 71 to on the north, south, and east sides, and Covered Bridge Drive and Scenic Brook Drive on the west side. The Pinnacle Campus of Austin Community College is a landmark on the southeast side of the neighborhood.

Oak Hill (Q7073540)
item type: neighborhood
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Oak Hill is an unincorporated community and collection of neighborhoods located in southwest Austin, Texas.

Congress Avenue Historic District (Q5160787)
item type: neighborhood / historic district
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Congress Avenue is a major thoroughfare in Austin, Texas. The street is a six-lane, tree lined avenue that cuts through the middle of the city from far south Austin and goes over Lady Bird Lake leading to the Texas State Capitol in the heart of Downtown.

NRHP reference number: 78002989

General Land Office Building (Q5531996)
item type: museum
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The General Land Office Building, completed in 1857, in Austin, Texas is the oldest surviving state government office building in the city and the first building designed by a university-trained architect (German architect Christoph Conrad Stremme). The building features a dramatic medieval castle style known as Rundbogenstil, or "rounded arch" around the windows and doors. There is also a Norman style influence in the castle-like parapets. The exterior walls are limestone rubble smoothed over with stucco and scored to simulate cut stone blocks.

NRHP reference number: 70000769

Airmen's Cave (Q16002223)
item type: cave
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Airman's Cave is a cave located adjacent to Barton Creek in Travis County in south Austin, Texas. It is 3,444 metres (11,299 ft) long, and is characterized by long crawls and tight passages. The cave is within the Barton Creek Greenbelt public park, and is managed by the City of Austin's Parks and Recreation Department.

Gethsemane Lutheran Church (Q5554462)
item type: church building
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Gethsemane Lutheran Church is a historic Lutheran church in downtown Austin, Texas. Designated as a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark and listed on the National Register of Historic Places (together with neighboring Luther Hall), the building currently holds offices of the Texas Historical Commission.

USGS GNIS ID: 2108691; NRHP reference number: 70000766

Smith Rock Shelter (Q7545313)
item type: archaeological site
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Smith Rock Shelter is a natural limestone overhang in McKinney Falls State Park near Austin, Texas. The shelter is believed to have been used by Native Americans from 500 BCE until the 18th century. The last known occupants were related to the Tonkawa. It is accessible via the 0.8 mile round-trip Smith Rockshelter Trail in the park.

NRHP reference number: 74002095

Swedish Hill Historic District (Q7654700)
item type: neighborhood / historic district
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Swedish Hill Historic District is a former Swedish enclave that is now a residential area of downtown Austin, Texas. Often referred to as "Swede Hill."

NRHP reference number: 86001088

Del Valle, Texas (Q5253011)
item type: unincorporated community
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Del Valle ( del VAL-ee) is a suburb of Austin and part of the Austin–Round Rock–San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Bailey Park (Q4848382)
item type: park
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Bailey Park is located in central Austin, Texas within the vicinity of the Seton Medical Center and St. Andrews Episcopal School. Located at 30°18′09″N 97°44′48″W, the small city park was created from several residential lots clustered together to make a common public green space. In 1935 F.G Rossener paid $320 in cash for lot #14 in the George W. Spears league of land. Bailey Park eventually expanded to cover 2.3 acres (9,300 m2) or about one small city lot by the late 1930s.

John H. Reagan High School (Austin, Texas) (Q14710537)
item type: high school
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Northeast Early College High School is a public, co-educational secondary school in Austin, Texas. It is part of the Austin Independent School District. Northeast High School opened in 1965 and was originally named for John Henninger Reagan, a 19th-century U.S. Senator from Texas and the postmaster general of the Confederate States of America. Northeast High School was renamed before the 2019-2020 school year.

Big Walnut Creek Nature Preserve (Q4906655)
item type: park
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Big Walnut Creek Nature Preserve, or simply Walnut Creek Preserve, is a 47-acre (19 ha) nature preserve located in northeast Austin, Texas in the United States.

Congregation Beth Israel (Q5160607)
item type: synagogue
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Congregation Beth Israel is a Reform synagogue located at 3901 Shoal Creek Boulevard in Austin, Texas. Organized in 1876 and chartered by the state of Texas in 1879, it is the oldest synagogue in Austin.

website: http://www.bethisrael.org/

Texas Federation of Women's Clubs Headquarters (Q7707680)
item type: office building
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Texas Federation of Women's Clubs Headquarters, now referred to as simply "The Mansion," or "The Fed," is a Georgian Revival mansion located on the southwest corner of 24th Street and San Gabriel Street in Austin, Texas, United States. The building was completed in 1931 to be the headquarters for the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs, with assistance from local philanthropist Clara Driscoll. It was designed by Dallas architect Henry Coke Knight.

NRHP reference number: 85003377

Cactus Cafe (Q5016144)
item type: concert hall
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Cactus Café is a live music venue and bar on the campus of The University of Texas at Austin. Located in Austin, Texas, a city frequently referred to as "the live music capital of the world," a number of well-known artists have played in the Cactus, and Billboard Magazine named it as one of fifteen "solidly respected, savvy clubs" in the United States, "from which careers can be cut, that work with proven names and new faces."

Dorinda Pillow Elementary (Q5297857)
item type: school
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Dorinda Pillow Elementary School is a public elementary school in the Austin Independent School District in Austin, Texas.

Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs (Q14710993)
item type: graduate school / presidential school
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs (or LBJ School of Public Affairs) is a graduate school at the University of Texas at Austin that was founded in 1970 to offer professional training in public policy analysis and administration for students interested in pursuing careers in government and public affairs-related areas of the private and nonprofit sectors. Degree programs include a Master of Public Affairs (MPAff), a mid-career MPAff sequence, 16 MPAff dual degree programs, a Master of Global Policy Studies (MGPS), eight MGPS dual degree programs, an Executive Master of Public Leadership, and a Ph.D. in public policy.

website: http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/

Connelly-Yerwood House (Q5161751)
item type: house
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Connelly–Yerwood House, is an Eastlake-style cottage located in Austin, Texas. The structure was built in 1904 for Kate and Michael Connelly and their four children. In addition to his occupation as a stonemason and bricklayer, Connelly owned the Silver King Saloon at 307 E. Sixth Street. Eventually the population of the neighborhood began to change, as communities served by Samuel Huston College and St. Peter's M.E. Church were moving into the area. In 1926 the Connellys sold their home to an African-American doctor, Charles R. Yerwood, and his wife Nan. The Yerwoods divorced but Nan Yerwood continued to live in the house; she sold the south portion of the lot where their garage was located; three homes were later constructed on this lot. Daughter Connie Yerwood Odom later occupied the house. Prominent in the public health field in Texas, Dr. Connie Yerwood achieved many "first" - as a woman and as an African-American. Following Dr. Connie Yerwood, other family members owned and occupied the house through the 1990s when the structure and land was purchased by Anderson Community Development Corporation.

NRHP reference number: 03000279

Austin Independent School District (Q4823141)
item type: school district
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Austin Independent School District is a school district based in the city of Austin, Texas, United States. Established in 1881, the district serves most of the City of Austin and surrounding towns, the City of Sunset Valley, the Village of San Leanna, and unincorporated areas in Travis County (including Manchaca). The district operates 129 schools including 84 elementary schools, 19 middle schools, and 17 high schools. As of 2013 AISD covers 172.4 square miles (447 km2) of land within the City of Austin, making up 54.1% of the city's territory.

website: https://www.austinisd.org/

Circle C Ranch (Q5121393)
item type: neighborhood
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Circle C Ranch (also known as Circle C) is a large master-planned community in southwest Austin, Texas, USA. Development of Circle C Ranch began in 1982, with the first homes in the community in built in 1986. During development, the subdivision was featured prominently in a long and contentious environmental legal battle regarding urban development in the vicinity of Barton Springs and over Edwards Aquifer. The controversy surrounding its development and later annexation by the city of Austin was a landmark in municipal annexation rights in Texas.

Sri Atmananda Memorial School (Q7585791)
item type: school / school building
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Sri Atmananda Memorial School was a private school that for sixteen years (1995–2011) was located in a historic property north and east of the Hyde Park neighborhood of Austin, Texas. At the end it served grades K-12. Previously it only covered elementary school.

NRHP reference number: 01000874

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Defunct schools in Texas
Brizendine House (Q4971745)
item type: house
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Brizendine House is a historic home in downtown Austin, Texas, constructed circa 1870. The building is located on 11th Street and is today surrounded by an annex to the Travis County Courthouse and the Blackwell/Thurman Criminal Justice Center.

NRHP reference number: 74002090

Ziller House (Q8071911)
item type: house
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Henry H. and Bertha Sterzing Ziller House is a historic residence in Austin, Texas. It was originally built circa 1877 and purchased by the Zillers in 1881. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1998. It is located at 1110 Blanco St.

NRHP reference number: 98000449

Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Downtown (Q42298366)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 409 Colorado Street, Austin, TX 78701 (from Wikidata)

Harlem Theater (Q42298467)
item type: movie theater / former building or structure

Street address: 1800 East 12th Street, Austin, TX 78702 (from Wikidata)

Northcross 6 Theatre (Q42298460)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 2525 W. Anderson Lane, Austin, TX 78757 (from Wikidata)

IMAX at Bullock Texas State History Museum (Q42298475)
item type: movie theater / IMAX theatre

Street address: 1800 Congress Avenue, Austin, TX 78701 (from Wikidata)

Highland 10 (Q42298490)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 6700 Middle Fiskville Road, Austin, TX 78752 (from Wikidata)

Barton Creek Cinema (Q42298464)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 2224-B Walsh Tarlton Road, Austin, TX 78746 (from Wikidata)

Barton Creek (Q4865610)
item type: river
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Barton Creek is a tributary that feeds the Colorado River as it flows through the Texas Hill Country. The creek passes through some of the more scenic areas in Greater Austin, surrounded in many parts by a greenbelt of protected lands that serves as a habitat for many indigenous species of flora and fauna. The creek passes through Barton Creek Greenbelt and is fed by Barton Springs.

Bridge Creek 8 Cinema (Q42298504)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 7625 N I H 35, Austin, TX 78752 (from Wikidata)

Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In (Q42298499)
item type: movie theater / drive-in theater

Street address: 1901 E. 51st Street, Austin, TX 78723 (from Wikidata)

website: http://www.home-austin/mainPage

Albert Sidney Johnston High School (Q23302568)
item type: high school
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Albert Sidney Johnston High School served as a comprehensive, coeducational high school in the Austin Independent School District from 1960 to 2008. Located in Austin, Texas, the school was named after General Albert Sidney Johnston, who served as Secretary of War for the Republic of Texas and as a brigadier general for the Texian Army of the Republic of Texas, the United States Army, and the Confederate States Army.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: 2008 disestablishments in Texas
AFS Cinema (Q42298458)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 6226 Middle Fiskville Road, Austin, TX 78752 (from Wikidata)

website: https://autinfilm.org

Austin International School (Q28230280)
item type: school
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Austin International School (AIS) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit private school located in northern Austin, Texas, United States, for students in pre-kindergarten (petite section) through 8th grade (4e). AIS's primary school program follows a seamless curriculum model of trilingual education, with students studying all subjects seamlessly in French, English, and Spanish. Its secondary school program follows two tracks, preparing students to pursue the IB Diploma, the French Baccalaureate diploma, and/or an accredited American high school diploma once they reach high school.

website: http://www.austininternationalschool.org

Austin City Limits Music Festival (Q3241091)
item type: music festival
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Austin City Limits (ACL) Music Festival is an annual music festival held in Zilker Park in Austin, Texas on two consecutive three-day weekends. Inspired by the KLRU/PBS music series of the same name, the festival is produced by Austin-based company C3 Presents, which also produces Lollapalooza.

website: http://www.aclfestival.com/

Southwest Twin Drive-In (Q42298503)
item type: movie theater / drive-in theater / former building or structure

Street address: 710 E. Ben White Boulevard, Austin, TX 78704 (from Wikidata)

Texas Theater (Q42298513)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 2222 Guadalupe Street, Austin, TX 78705 (from Wikidata)

Migrant Clinicians Network (Q28455240)
item type: nonprofit organization / medical society
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Migrant Clinicians Network (MCN) is non-profit organization dedicated to health justice for the mobile poor and the creation of practical solutions at the intersection of poverty, migration, and health. It is headquartered in Austin, Texas with supporting offices in California, Maryland, Washington, and New York. MCN engages in research, develops tools and resources, and advocates for migrants and underserved populations and the clinicians who serve them. MCN's goal is to improve health care for migrants by providing support, technical assistance, and professional development to clinicians at Federally Qualified Health Centers and other health care delivery sites, in order to assure “quality health care that increases access and reduces disparities.” In 2015, MCN accounted for over 31,000 technical assistance encounters, 267 health center site visits, and 1,260 trained clinicians. MCN is featured as a Top Rated Non-Profit based on user reviews at Great Nonprofits.

website: http://www.migrantclinician.org/

Arbor 8 Cinema (Q42298463)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 9828 Great Hills Trail, Austin, TX 78759 (from Wikidata)

website: http://www.regalcinemas.com

Downs Field (Q5303260)
item type: stadium
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Downs Field is a baseball venue located in Austin, Texas and the home of the Huston-Tillotson University Rams baseball team. Downs Field was once the home of the Austin Black Senators and also was the home ballpark of Samuel Huston College before it combined with Tillotson College as one unified college in 1952. Some notable names that have taken the field at Downs Field were Satchel Paige, Willie Wells, Smokey Joe Williams, Willie Mays, and Buck O'Neil.

University of Texas School of Architecture (Q7896441)
item type: architecture school
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture (UTSOA) is a college within The University of Texas at Austin, with its major facilities located on the main university campus in Austin, Texas. UTSOA's dean is Michelle Addington. In 2016, the school's former dean, Frederick "Fritz" Steiner, stepped down citing Texas Government Code Section 411.2031, also known as "Campus Carry," which entitles licensed individuals to carry concealed handguns onto the campus of an institution of higher education.

website: http://soa.utexas.edu/

Southpark 3 (Q42298496)
item type: movie theater / former building or structure

Street address: E. Ben White Boulevard and Woodward Street, Austin, TX 78745 (from Wikidata)

Carver Theatre (Q42298478)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 521 E. Sixth Street, Austin, TX 78701 (from Wikidata)

Austin Aquarium (Q14710319)
item type: public aquarium
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Austin Aquarium is a for profit aquarium located in Austin, Texas, United States, that opened to the public December 12, 2013. It is home to thousands of different species of reptiles, exotic birds and marine animals.

website: http://www.austinaquarium.com/

Veritas Academy (Q7921380)
item type: school
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Veritas Academy is a private classical Christian university-model school located in southwest Austin, Texas. "It is a private, classical, college prep school that seeks to train hearts and minds for the glory of God through rigorous curricula, character education, competitive athletics, fine & performing arts, and an array of extra‐ and co-curricular activities.", offering primary and secondary education in grades PreSchool-12.

Monarch Event Center (Q42298505)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 6406 N. Interstate 35, Austin, TX 78752 (from Wikidata)

Studio IV (Q42298483)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 222 E. 6th Street, Austin, TX 78701 (from Wikidata)

Gateway Stadium 16 (Q42298486)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 9700 Stonelake Boulevard, Austin, TX 78759 (from Wikidata)

website: http://www.regalcinemas.com

Concordia Academy (Q5158948)
item type: school
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Concordia High School is a private Christian high school in Round Rock, Texas. The school is the only Lutheran high school in the greater Austin area. Concordia High School shares its campus with Grace Christian Center. Due to the religious nature of the school, religion plays a significant role in the education, and the school is also noted for its music program.

website: http://www.chsaustin.org

Highland Mall Cinema I & II (Q42298491)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 523 E. Highland Mall Boulevard, Austin, TX 78752 (from Wikidata)

Showplace 6 (Q42298506)
item type: movie theater / former building or structure

Street address: 10405 Lakecreek Parkway, Austin, TX 78750 (from Wikidata)

Moviehouse & Eatery Austin (Q42298494)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 8300 FM 620 North, Four Points, Austin, TX 78726 (from Wikidata)

website: http://themoviehouse.com

Showtown USA Drive-In (Q42298488)
item type: movie theater / drive-in theater / former building or structure

Street address: 8100 Cameron Road, Austin, TX 78754 (from Wikidata)

Iris Theatre (Q42298480)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 306 East Sixth Street, Austin, TX 78701 (from Wikidata)

Austin Fire Department (Q4823080)
item type: fire department
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Austin Fire Department provides fire protection and first-response emergency medical services to the city of Austin, Texas. The Austin Fire Department is the fourth largest fire department (by number of personnel) in the state of Texas. In total, the department is responsible for an area of 272 square miles (700 km2) and services a population of 885,400 (2013 estimate), the 11th largest city by population in the United States.

website: https://www.austintexas.gov/department/fire

Burnet Drive-In (Q42298459)
item type: movie theater / drive-in theater / former building or structure

Street address: 6400 Burnet Road, Austin, TX 78757 (from Wikidata)

Capital Plaza Theater (Q42298515)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 1101 Reinli Street, Austin, TX 78723 (from Wikidata)

Bell Airdome (Q42298474)
item type: movie theater / former building or structure

Street address: W. 9th Street & Colorado Street, Austin, TX 78701 (from Wikidata)

Regal Westgate (Q42298511)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 4477 S. Lamar Boulevard, Austin, TX 78745 (from Wikidata)

website: https://www.regmovies.com/theatres/regal-westgate/0953

Metropolitan Stadium 14 (Q42298509)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 901 Little Texas Lane, Austin, TX 78745 (from Wikidata)

website: http://www.regalcinemas.com

Frank Erwin Center (Q3082598)
item type: arena
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Frank C. Erwin Jr. Center (commonly known as Frank Erwin Center or UT Erwin Center and originally Special Events Center) is a multi-purpose arena located on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin in Austin, Texas. It is also sometimes referred to as "The Drum" or "The Superdrum", owing to its round, drum-like appearance from outside (not to be confused with Big Bertha, the large bass drum used by the University of Texas marching band).

Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar (Q42298382)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 1120 South Lamar Boulevard, Austin, TX 78704 (from Wikidata)

website: http://www.drafthouse.com

Varsity Theater (Q42298514)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 2402 Guadalupe Street, Austin, TX 78705 (from Wikidata)

Cinemark Tinseltown 17 (Q42298485)
item type: movie theater / former building or structure

Street address: 5501 S. Interstate 35 N, Austin, TX 787844 (from Wikidata)

Regal Riverside 8 (Q42298498)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 2410 E. Riverside Drive, Austin, TX 78741 (from Wikidata)

Queen Theater (Q42298481)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 700 Congress Avenue, Austin, TX 78701 (from Wikidata)

St. Edward's University (Q3495253)
item type: university / private not-for-profit educational institution
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

St. Edward's University is a private, Catholic university in Austin, Texas. It was founded and operated in the Holy Cross tradition.

Street address: 3001 S Congress Ave, Austin, TX, 78704-6489 (from Wikidata)

website: http://www.stedwards.edu

Downtown Austin (Q5303358)
item type: neighborhood / central business district
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Downtown Austin is the central business district of Austin, Texas. Downtown is located on the north bank of the Colorado River. The approximate borders of Downtown include Lamar Boulevard to the west, Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and the University of Texas at Austin to the north, Interstate 35 to the east, and Lady Bird Lake to the south.

Shadow Lawn Historic District (Q7460543)
item type: historic district
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Shadow Lawn Historic District is a historic district in central Austin, Texas that boasts a cohesive collection houses built in the southeast portion of Hyde Park during the late 1920s and 1930s.

NRHP reference number: 90001192

Westgate (Q7988806)
item type: neighborhood
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Westgate is a neighborhood in Austin, Texas, located southwest of the city's urban core. It includes ZIP code 78745.

Onion Creek (Q973421)
item type: neighborhood / census-designated place
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Onion Creek is a neighborhood in Austin.

USGS GNIS ID: 1867559

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Former census-designated places in Texas
Austin Daily Tribune Building (Q4823054)
item type: building
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Austin Daily Tribune Building, later known as the Ernest O. Thompson State Office Building, is a Moderne style office building located at 920 Colorado in Austin, Texas. It was built in 1941 as the headquarters of the Austin Daily Tribune, a short-lived newspaper that ceased publishing in 1942. The State of Texas purchased the building in 1945, and it was renamed in 1965 for Texas Railroad Commissioner Ernest O. Thompson. The building was designed by architect Shirley Simons and the firm of Page, Southerland & Page. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2000.

NRHP reference number: 00001358

South Lamar (Q7567783)
item type: neighborhood
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

South Lamar, Austin, Texas is a neighborhood in south Austin, Texas, United States.

Spyglass-Barton's Bluff (Q7581751)
item type: neighborhood
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Spyglass-Barton's Bluff is a neighborhood in Austin, Texas. It is located southwest of the city's urban core, and encompasses ZIP codes 78746 and 78704.

Montopolis (Q14711054)
item type: neighborhood / census-designated place
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Montopolis is a neighborhood in Austin, Texas. Located southeast of the city's urban core, Montopolis encompasses part of ZIP code 78741.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Former census-designated places in Texas
Bremond Block Historic District (Q4960599)
item type: neighborhood / historic district
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Bremond Block Historic District is a collection of eleven historic homes in downtown Austin, Texas, United States, constructed from the 1850s to 1910.

NRHP reference number: 70000764

Austin Center for Design (Q4823013)
item type: university
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Austin Center for Design (abbreviated AC4D) is an educational institution in Austin, Texas that offers a curriculum in interaction design and social entrepreneurship. Started by Jon Kolko, AC4D opened its doors to its first class in August 2010.

website: http://www.austincenterfordesign.com/

Auditorium Shores (Q4820014)
item type: park
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Auditorium Shores is an urban park located in downtown Austin, Texas, within the larger Town Lake Park. Its name refers to its location between the former Palmer Auditorium and the shores of Lady Bird Lake. The park is known as the site of major music performances at South by Southwest and Fun Fun Fun Fest, as well as a number of other events.

Roman Catholic Diocese of Austin (Q866944)
item type: diocese of the Catholic Church
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Austin (Latin: Dioecesis Austiniensis) includes 123 parishes and missions and six university Catholic student centers in 25 counties in Central Texas. The diocese stretches from West, Texas, (just north of Waco) in the north to San Marcos in the south to the Bryan - College Station area in the east to Mason in the west. Its largest metropolitan areas are Austin, Bryan – College Station, the Killeen – Temple – Fort Hood area and Waco. The diocese estimates over 598,000 Catholics live in the diocese. As of 2018, it has 221 priests (183 active, 38 retired), 230 permanent deacons (153 active, 77 retired), approximately 37 brothers and 78 sisters serving in the diocese.

website: http://www.austindiocese.org

Lyndon B. Johnson High School (Q6708698)
item type: high school
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Lyndon Baines Johnson (LBJ) Early College High School is a public high school in northeast Austin, Texas. At the time of its opening in 1974, LBJ was only the second high school in the U.S. (after the former Johnson City High School) to be named for the 36th President. In 1985, LBJ became the host of a new academic magnet program, the Science Academy of Austin, which drew students from all over the city. A second high school magnet program, the Liberal Arts Academy of Austin, was opened at Albert Sidney Johnston High School in 1987; the two magnets were merged in 2002, forming the Liberal Arts and Science Academy (LASA) magnet within LBJ. In 2007, the Austin Independent School District split LASA and LBJ into separate high schools with their own principals, faculty, and staff in order for LBJ to be eligible for a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to implement the "First Things First" educational enrichment program. Since the split, LBJ and LASA have been housed on the same campus (largely on different floors) and have generally continued to share athletic teams and certain extracurricular activities and electives (band, theater, newspaper, yearbook, choir, orchestra, etc.). In 2011, via a partnership with the Austin Community College, LBJ established a new program through which students could earn up to 60 college credits while still in high school, earning it the "Early College High School" (ECHS) designation it bears today.

Bouldin Creek (Q14710347)
item type: neighborhood
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Bouldin Creek is an older neighborhood in Austin, Texas, originally created at the turn of the 20th century. With several historic homes remaining from that era, and countless more from the period of rapid growth in the 1920s and 1930s that followed, this neighborhood has an undeniable historic charm. Bouldin Creek is also highly diverse, with a variety of cultures, backgrounds, and architectural styles blending together, resulting in a neighborhood that is uniquely Austin.

Camp Mabry (Q5027374)
item type: neighborhood / historic district
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Camp Mabry (ICAO: KATT) is a military installation in Austin, Texas that houses the headquarters of the Texas Military Department, Texas Military Forces and Texas Military Forces Museum. Established in 1892, Camp Mabry is the third-oldest active military installation in Texas, behind Fort Sam Houston and Fort Bliss. It was named for Brigadier General Woodford H. Mabry, the Adjutant General of Texas when the camp was founded. The camp was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1996.

NRHP reference number: 96000967

Blue Bonnet Court (Q4928910)
item type: hotel
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Blue Bonnet Court, originally called the Bluebonnet Tourist Camp, is a historic motor court-style motel in north-central Austin, Texas. Built in 1928-1929 by Joe and Elizabeth Lucas, the motel is situated on the northwestern corner of the Hyde Park subdivision along what was then the main road out of town. In the 1930s it featured Austin's first neon sign, which still hangs from the front (though in a dilapidated condition).

NRHP reference number: 90001188

Huntington-Surrey High School (Q5945212)
item type: high school
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Huntington-Surrey School is a private non-sectarian college preparatory high school located in Austin, Texas. It was founded in 1973 and is located northwest of the University of Texas campus.

website: http://www.huntingtonsurrey.com/

Clark Field (Q5127222)
item type: stadium
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Clark Field was a baseball park in Austin, Texas, used primarily by the University of Texas Longhorns. The field was used from 1928 until 1974. It is considered one of the most novel ballparks ever conceived thanks to its location. There was a limestone cliff in the outfield that created havoc for outfielders and made baseball games exciting. It was replaced by UFCU Disch-Falk Field in 1975.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: 1974 disestablishments in Texas, Defunct college baseball venues in the United States, Defunct sports venues in Texas
W Austin Hotel and Residences (Q7958469)
item type: skyscraper
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

W Austin Hotel and Residences is a 37-story hotel and residential skyscraper in the Block 21 mixed-use development in Downtown Austin, Texas, adjacent to the Second Street district. It opened in December 2010. Standing at 478 feet above the ground and 37 stories, it is the fifth tallest building in Austin. It is a residential building that sits behind the Austin City Hall. It holds 251 hotel units, managed by W Hotels and 159 condominiums. Earvin "Magic" Johnson's investment company Canyon Johnson Urban Fund II is the primary investor and he also attended the opening ceremony.

Old West Austin Historic District (Q7085404)
item type: neighborhood / historic district
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Old West Austin Historic District is a residential community in Austin, Texas, United States. It is composed of three neighborhoods located on a plateau just west of downtown Austin: Old Enfield, Pemberton Heights, and Bryker Woods. Developed between 1886 and 1953, the three historic neighborhoods stretch from Mopac Expressway east to Lamar Boulevard, and from 13th Street north to 35th Street. It borders Clarksville Historic District and the West Line Historic District to the south.

NRHP reference number: 03000937

South River City (Q7568328)
item type: neighborhood / historic district
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

South River City is a community located in Austin, Texas. Also frequently called Travis Heights, the neighborhood is located south of the city's urban core, just below Lake Lady Bird in South Austin. The area encompasses a portion of ZIP code 78704.

West Line Historic District (Q7985767)
item type: historic district
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The West Line Historic District is a residential community in central Austin, Texas, United States. The district encompasses an approximately 90-block tract of land located west of downtown. Bounded by Baylor Street to the east, Fifth Street to the south, Thirteenth Street to the north and Texas State Highway Loop 1 to the west. It is located south of the Old West Austin Historic District and southeast of the Clarksville Historic District.

NRHP reference number: 05001166

The Contemporary Austin (Q2872127)
item type: museum / art museum
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Contemporary Austin is Austin, Texas's primary contemporary art museum, consisting of two locations and an art school. The Contemporary Austin reflects the spectrum of contemporary art through exhibitions, commissions, education, and the collection. Locally, the museum is often referred to as The Contemporary.

website: http://thecontemporaryaustin.org/, http://www.amoa.org/

Westgate 3 (Q42298510)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 4608 Westgate Boulevard, Austin, TX 78745 (from Wikidata)

2016 WGC-Dell Match Play Championship (Q21189876)
item type: WGC-Dell Match Play
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The 2016 WGC-Dell Match Play was the 18th WGC-Dell Match Play Championship, played March 23–27 at Austin Country Club in Austin, Texas. It was the second of four World Golf Championships in 2016. The Championship was won by Jason Day, it was his second WGC-Match Play win in three years.

website: http://www.worldgolfchampionships.com/dell-match-play.html

Fox Theatre (Q42298489)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 6757 Airport Boulevard, Austin, TX 78752 (from Wikidata)

Cinemark Southpark Meadows 14 (Q42298471)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 9900 S. Highway 35, Austin, TX 78748 (from Wikidata)

website: http://www.cinemark.com

Congregation Agudas Achim (Q5160579)
item type: synagogue
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Congregation Agudas Achim is a Conservative synagogue located in the Northwest Hills neighborhood of Austin, Texas.

website: http://www.caa-austin.org/

Lucian-Hamilton Field (Q6696681)
item type: stadium
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Lucian-Hamilton Field is a baseball park in Austin in the U.S. state of Texas and the home of the St. Edward's Hilltoppers baseball team.

Lakehills Cinema 4 (Q42298507)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 2428 W. Ben White Boulevard, Austin, TX 78704 (from Wikidata)

Aquarius Theatres IV (Q42298497)
item type: movie theater / former building or structure

Street address: 1500 S. Pleasant Valley Road, Austin, TX 78741 (from Wikidata)

LifeAustin Church (Q6544600)
item type: church building
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

PromiseLand West (now LifeAustin) is a non-denominational church established on the west side of Austin, TX. The church was started in 2005 by pastor Randy Phillips, who is also a member of the musical group Phillips, Craig and Dean. The church has approximately 3,500 congregants.

Crescent Theater (Q42298479)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 920 N. Congress Avenue, Austin, TX 78701 (from Wikidata)

Capitol Theater (Q42298476)
item type: movie theater / former building or structure

Street address: 120 West 6th Street, Austin, TX 78701 (from Wikidata)

Barton Creek Cinema 5 (Q42298465)
item type: movie theater / former building or structure

Street address: 2901 Capitol of Texas Highway, Austin, TX 79746 (from Wikidata)

Cinema West (Q42298466)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 2130 S. Congress Avenue, Austin, TX 78704 (from Wikidata)

Southwood Theatre (Q42298508)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 1423 W. Ben White Boulevard, Austin, TX 78704 (from Wikidata)

Americana Theatre (Q42298500)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 2200 Hancock Drive, Austin, TX 78756 (from Wikidata)

Violet Crown Cinema (Q42298484)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 434 W. 2nd Street, Austin, TX 78701 (from Wikidata)

website: http://www.violetcrowncinema.com

University of Texas System (Q2140391)
item type: state university system
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The University of Texas System (UT System) is an American government entity of the state of Texas that includes 14 higher educational institutions throughout the state including eight universities and six health institutions. The UT System is headquartered in Downtown Austin, and has a total enrollment of nearly 240,000 students (largest university system in Texas) and employs 21,000 faculty and more than 83,000 health care professionals,researchers and support staff. The UT System's $30 billion endowment (as of the 2019 fiscal year) is the largest of any public university system in the United States. As of 2018, Reuters ranks the UT System among the top 10 most innovative academic institutions in the world.

website: http://www.utsystem.edu/

Texas State Historical Association (Q3519353)
item type: nonprofit organization / educational institution
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Texas State Historical Association (TSHA) is a non-profit educational organization, dedicated to documenting the history of Texas. It was founded in Austin, Texas, on March 2, 1897.

website: https://www.tshaonline.org/home/

Disch Field (Q5281430)
item type: stadium
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Disch Field was a baseball field located in Austin, TX that opened in 1947 and hosted many minor league teams and playoff series. The diamond is at the present time part of the park behind The Long Center for the Performing Arts and the Palmer Events Complex between W. Riverside Drive and Barton Springs Road in South Austin, along the Colorado River. The park includes an open area called Willie Wells Field, named for the Austin-born Negro league baseball legend.

Robert S. Strauss Center for International Security and Law (Q7349513)
item type: university / research institute
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Robert Strauss Center for International Security and Law is a nonpartisan, multidisciplinary global affairs research center at The University of Texas at Austin. The Center is named for renowned lawyer and public servant Ambassador Robert S. Strauss.

website: http://www.strausscenter.org

Texas Culinary Academy (Q7707618)
item type: cooking school / private for-profit educational institution
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Le Cordon Bleu of Culinary Arts in Austin (LCB-Austin) was a private school located in The Domain, a 235-acre (0.95 km2), multi-use park in Austin, Texas. The cooking school was affiliated with Le Cordon Bleu Schools North America.

Street address: 3110 Esperanza Crossing, Suite 100, Austin, TX, 78758 (from Wikidata)

website: http://www.chefs.edu/austin

University of Texas at Austin College of Liberal Arts (Q16982637)
item type: university
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The College of Liberal Arts is one of 14 divisions at The University of Texas at Austin.

website: https://www.utexas.edu/cola/

Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin (Q19867877)
item type: university / medical school
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Dell Medical School is the graduate medical school of The University of Texas at Austin in Austin, Texas. The school opened to the inaugural class of 50 students in the summer of 2016 as the newest of 18 colleges and schools on the UT Austin campus. S. Claiborne "Clay" Johnston, M.D., Ph.D., was named as the medical school's inaugural dean in January 2014.

website: https://www.utexas.edu/dell-medical-school

Glenn High School (Q25248052)
item type: high school
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Tom Glenn High School, commonly known as Glenn High School or simply GHS, is a high school located in Leander, Texas. It opened in the 2016–2017 school year as the sixth high school of Leander Independent School District. As of 2016, the school is the northernmost high school in the district. The school (as of 2016) is the district's newest school, and the school started with freshmen and sophomores for the first school year.

website: http://ghs.leanderisd.org

Jackson School of Geosciences (Q16849215)
item type: university / research institute
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Jackson School of Geosciences at The University of Texas at Austin unites the Department of Geological Sciences with two research units, the Institute for Geophysics and the Bureau of Economic Geology.

website: http://www.jsg.utexas.edu/

Lost Creek (Q977711)
item type: census-designated place
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Lost Creek is an affluent upper-middle-class neighborhood and census-designated place (CDP) of approximately 4,500 people in Travis County, Texas, United States. The census tract is bordered by Capital of Texas Highway to the east, Barton Creek to the south, Barton Creek Boulevard to the west, and Bee Caves Road to the north. The Lost Creek CDP encompasses several small neighborhoods—Parkstone, Woods of Westlake, Camelot, and Knollwood—as well as the largest and most populous Lost Creek neighborhood.

USGS GNIS ID: 2408142

West Sixth Street Bridge (Q48838573)
item type: road bridge
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The West Sixth Street Bridge is a historic stone arch bridge in downtown Austin, Texas. Built in 1887, the bridge is one of the state's oldest masonry arch bridges. It is located at the site of the first bridge in Austin, carrying Sixth Street across Shoal Creek to link the western and central parts of the old city. The bridge was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2014.

NRHP reference number: 14000499

Kirby Hall School (Q43081938)
item type: school
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Kirby Hall School is a private pre K-4 through 12th grade college preparatory school located in Austin, Texas on the historic grounds of Helen M. Kirby Hall. Dr. and Mrs. Howard F. Rase founded Kirby Hall School in 1976 as a school for academically advanced students.

website: http://www.kirbyhallschool.org/

Discount Cinema 8 (Q42298473)
item type: movie theater / former building or structure

Street address: 3407 Wells Branch Parkway, Austin, TX 78728 (from Wikidata)

KLRU (Q6333007)
item type: television station
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

KLRU, virtual channel 18 (UHF digital channel 22), branded on-air as Austin PBS, is a PBS member television station licensed to Austin, Texas, United States. The station is owned by the Capital of Texas Public Telecommunications Council. KLRU's studios are located on Guadalupe and Dean Keeton streets on rented space at the University of Texas at Austin (the station has no other direct affiliation with the university), and its transmitter is located in the West Austin Antenna Farm in unincorporated Travis County. In addition to airing program content from PBS, it produces original programming including the national music series Austin City Limits.

website: http://www.klru.org/

Borland (Q210075)
item type: business enterprise / enterprise
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Borland Software Corporation was founded in 1983 by Niels Jensen, Ole Henriksen, Mogens Glad and Philippe Kahn. Its main business was the development and sale of software development and software deployment products. Borland was first headquartered in Scotts Valley, California, then in Cupertino, California and then in Austin, Texas. In 2009 the company became a full subsidiary of the British firm Micro Focus International plc.

website: http://www.borland.com/

Astrotech Corporation (Q59507)
item type: business enterprise
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Astrotech Corporation, formerly Spacehab Inc., is a technology incubator headquartered in Austin, Texas. Astrotech uses technology sourced internally and from research institutions, government laboratories, and universities to fund, manage and sell start-up companies.

website: http://www.astrotechcorp.com/

The Texas Archive of the Moving Image (Q7768586)
item type: nonprofit organization
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Texas Archive of the Moving Image (TAMI) is an independent 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2002 by film archivist and University of Texas at Austin professor Caroline Frick, PhD. TAMI's mission is to preserve, study, and exhibit Texas film heritage. The organization has three main projects: the TAMI Online Collection, the Texas Film Round-Up, and Teach Texas. Its offices are located in Austin, Texas.

Construction Industry Institute (Q5164427)
item type: organization
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Construction Industry Institute (CII), based at The University of Texas at Austin, is a non-profit consortium of more than 130 owner, engineering-contractor, and supplier firms from both the public and private arenas. The group aims to enhance the business effectiveness and sustainability of the capital facility life cycle through research, related initiatives and industry alliances.

website: http://www.construction-institute.org/

Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation (Q6839498)
item type: business enterprise
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation (also Microelectronics and Computer Consortium, MCC) was the first, and at one time one of the largest, computer industry research and development consortia in the United States. MCC ceased operations in 2000 and was formally dissolved in 2004.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: 2000 disestablishments in Texas
Texas Attorney General (Q7707525)
item type: position
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Texas Attorney General is the chief legal officer of the State of Texas. The current Attorney General Ken Paxton has served in this position since January 5, 2015.

website: https://texasattorneygeneral.gov/

Texas Highway Patrol (Q3788793)
item type: highway patrol / state police in the United States
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Texas Highway Patrol is a division of the Texas Department of Public Safety and is the largest state-level law enforcement agency in the U.S. state of Texas. The patrol's primary duties are enforcement of state traffic laws and commercial vehicle regulation, but it is a fully empowered police agency with authority to enforce criminal law anywhere in the state. Highway patrol troopers are also responsible for patrolling the state Capitol Complex in Austin and providing security to the governor. The current Chief is Lieutenant Colonel Dwight Mathis.

website: http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/tle/index.htm

Cirrus Logic (Q1067998)
item type: business enterprise / enterprise
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Cirrus Logic Inc. is an American fabless semiconductor supplier that specializes in analog, mixed-signal, and audio DSP integrated circuits (ICs). Since 1998, the company's headquarters have been in Austin, Texas.

website: http://www.cirrus.com

Austin American-Statesman (Q3629935)
item type: newspaper
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Austin American-Statesman is the major daily newspaper for Austin, the capital city of Texas. It is owned by Gannett.

website: http://www.statesman.com/

Texas Ranger Division (Q510865)
item type: law enforcement agency
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Texas Ranger Division, commonly called the Texas Rangers and also known as "Los Diablos Tejanos"—"the Texan Devils", is a U.S. statewide investigative law enforcement agency with statewide jurisdiction in Texas, based in the capital city of Austin. Over the years, the Texas Rangers have investigated crimes ranging from murder to political corruption, acted in riot control and as detectives, protected the governor of Texas, tracked down fugitives, and functioned as a paramilitary force at the service of both the Republic (1836–1845) and the state of Texas.

website: http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/TexasRangers/

Cyc (Q1147294)
item type: computer program / knowledge base / research project / inference engine / upper ontology
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Cyc (pronounced SYKE) is a long-term artificial intelligence project that aims to assemble a comprehensive ontology and knowledge base that spans the basic concepts and rules about how the world works. Hoping to capture common sense knowledge, Cyc focuses on implicit knowledge that other AI platforms may take for granted. This is contrasted with facts one might find somewhere on the internet or retrieve via a search engine or Wikipedia. Cyc enables AI applications to perform human-like reasoning and be less "brittle" when confronted with novel situations.

website: https://www.cyc.com/

Gowalla (Q1540514)
item type: website
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Gowalla was a location-based social network launched in 2007 and closed in 2012. Users were able to check in at "Spots" in their local vicinity, either through a dedicated mobile application or through the mobile website. Checking-in would sometimes produce virtual "items" for the user, some of which were developed to be promotional tools for the game's partners. As of November 2010 there were approximately 600,000 users.

website: http://gowalla.com/

Moody College of Communication (Q7896449)
item type: college
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Moody College of Communication is the communication college at The University of Texas at Austin. The college is home to top-ranked programs in advertising and public relations, communication studies, communication sciences and disorders, journalism, and radio-television-film. The Moody College is nationally recognized for its faculty members, research and student media. It offers Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Journalism degrees as well as robust graduate curricula. The Moody College of Communication operates out of the Jesse H. Jones Communication Complex and the Belo Center for New Media, which opened in November 2012. The college has a $106 million endowment as of April 14, 2016.

website: http://moody.utexas.edu/

University of Texas at Austin High School (Q52195195)
item type: high school
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The University of Texas at Austin High School (UTHS) is a public online high school affiliated to the University of Texas at Austin. Its offices are located in the Development Office Building on the University's campus in Austin, Texas, United States. It serves students around the world and provides individual courses and diploma programs to students online.

website: https://highschool.utexas.edu/

2018 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play (Q43081119)
item type: WGC-Dell Match Play
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The 2018 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play was the 20th WGC Match Play, played March 21–25 at Austin Country Club in Austin, Texas. It was the second of four World Golf Championships in 2018.

website: https://www.pgatour.com/tournaments/wgc-dell-technologies-match-play.html

Archives of American Mathematics (Q55263586)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Archives of American Mathematics, located at the University of Texas at Austin, aims to collect, preserve, and provide access to the papers principally of American mathematicians and the records of American mathematical organizations.

2019 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play (Q62670185)
item type: WGC-Dell Match Play
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The 2019 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play was the 21st WGC Match Play, played March 27–31 at Austin Country Club in Austin, Texas. It was the second of four World Golf Championships in 2019.

website: https://www.pgatour.com/tournaments/wgc-dell-technologies-match-play.html

2017 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play (Q28128058)
item type: WGC-Dell Match Play
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The 2017 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play was the 19th WGC Match Play, played March 22–26 at Austin Country Club in Austin, Texas. It was the second of four World Golf Championships in 2017. Dustin Johnson won the final 1 up over Jon Rahm.

website: http://www.worldgolfchampionships.com/dell-match-play.html

Alexander Architectural Archives (Q96203905)
item type: archive

Street address: 302 Inner Campus Drive Austin, Texas 78712 (from Wikidata)

website: https://www.lib.utexas.edu/about/locations/alexander-architectural-archives

Blue Starlight Mini Urban Drive-in (Q99196106)
item type: movie theater

website: https://www.bluestarlitedrivein.com/austin

IBM Austin Research Laboratory (Q5968759)
item type: laboratory

website: http://www.research.ibm.com/labs/austin/