CI NATION ROUNDUP: the Nutty Brown amphitheater will move; Grand Parkway extension fuels development in East Montgomery County, and more news


In 2015, HEB purchased the 65-acre property that currently houses the Nutty Brown Cafe & Amphitheater. (Archive photo from Community Impact Journal)

Take a look at the top five trending stories in all Community impact journalcoverage areas from September 28.

Note: The following articles were published between September 24-27.

Central Texas

Nutty Brown Amphitheater announces closure November 28, last shows before move to Round Rock

“Nutty Brown was one of the first places to shoot us. The first place in Austin to support Randy Rogers Band and believe in the music we made, ”Randy Rogers said in a Sept. 27 statement. “It is an honor to be the last performers of such a historic and important part of music. community in Austin.

Dog Haus Biergarten arrives at Cedar Park

Dog Haus Biergarten restaurants sell hot dogs, sausages, burgers, craft beer and more.

6 local restaurants serving unique burgers in Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto

With unique flavor combinations and ready-made roll substitutions, these spots will surprise your taste buds.

Greater Houston

Grand Parkway extension fuels peak in East Montgomery County development

Over the past five years, East Montgomery County has seen an explosion of growth as commercial and residential sites have sprung up along the region’s landscape.

Dallas-Fort Worth

Richardson ISD Board Chair Karen Clardy delivers letter of resignation, effective immediately

“I made the difficult decision to leave the Richardson ISD school board, effective immediately,” Clardy wrote in her letter.

Olivia Aldridge, Taylor Girtman, Emily Lincke, Morgan O’Neal, and Wiliam C. Wadsack contributed to this report.


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