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Lady Bird Johnson Kicks Off Women’s History Month on ABC News

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Lady Bird Johnson Kicks Off Women’s History Month on ABC News

Audio diaries reveal Lady Bird Johnson's unseen influence in husband's administration

(NEW YORK) — News will kick off Women’s History Month with its new podcast “In Plain Sight: Lady Bird Johnson,” co-produced with Best Case Studios and hosted by author Julia Sweig.

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Audio diaries reveal Lady Bird Johnson's unseen influence in husband's administration

Women’s History Month Podcast

ABC News will kick off Women’s History Month with a new podcast In Plain Sight: Lady Bird Johnson.Best Case Studios is co-producing the program hosted by author Julia Sweig.

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Women’s History Month Podcast

City sets week of COVID-19 testing

COVID-19 community testing events will take place this month, over a span of four days, from Feb. 15-18. These free events will be held at Pioneer Pavilion at Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. No appointments are required; however, pre-registration is encouraged. To pre-register, go to texas.spartancovidtesting.com. Testing can be conducted on patients under the age of five with personal assistance. Testing will be conducted on a first-come, first-serve basis. This event will have

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City sets week of COVID-19 testing

Devil’s Sinkhole celebrates 50 years of designation as National Natural Landmark

In 1971, thanks to recommendations from the recent First Lady, Lady Bird Johnson, President Nixon’s Interior Department created a group of new National Natural Landmarks in Texas. At the top of Lady Bird’s list of recommendations and the top of the resulting list in 1971 was the Devil’s Sinkhole State Natural Area! Celebrating this milestone will be the main theme of the Devil’s Sinkhole Society this year and it will allow them to bring in more tourists than usual, create some great new relationships,

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Devil’s Sinkhole celebrates 50 years of designation as National Natural Landmark

Which designer will Jill Biden wear for Inauguration Day 2021?

The First Lady's Inauguration outfit can set the tone for the Presidency to come From Lady Bird Johnson’s canary yellow dress in 1965, to Michelle Obama’s white chiffon look in 2009, the outfit which any incoming American First Lady chooses to wear to their husband’s inauguration is destined to be a global talking point. Immortalised in photographs, whatever Dr Jill Biden wears on Wednesday 20th January will also be ultimately put on display at the National Museum of American History in Washington, alongside

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Which designer will Jill Biden wear for Inauguration Day 2021?

25 Quotes about Parenting You Need in Your Life

If there’s one thing we know about parenting, it’s that whether you’re up to your ears in potty training or if you’re trying to navigate the newly-developed attitudes of a tween, there’s hardly a dull moment. We also know that some days can leave you feeling like a super-parent while others can make you seriously doubt your decision to raise another human being. That’s why it’s important to know that you’re not alone. We gathered our favorite quotes for parents—some are uplifting quotes, some

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25 Quotes about Parenting You Need in Your Life

Fun Things to Do in Austin This Weekend: Jan. 15-17

From bull riding to dog days at Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, here's the scoop on the best events happening in Austin this weekend. Photo courtesy Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. Admire Bull Riders at the Pendleton Whisky Velocity Tour (Jan. 15, 16) Slide on your boots and listen for that 8 second whistle: the Professional Bull Riders are about to kick off the 2021 season of the Pendleton Whisky Velocity Tour. Promising “white-knuckle action” and featuring some of the world’s greatest bovine

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Fun Things to Do in Austin This Weekend: Jan. 15-17

We can't ignore alarms about the need for civics education any longer

Like the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor that pulled the U.S. directly into World War II, the siege on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 by a violent mob will be remembered as a “day which will live in infamy.” Much will be written about the circumstances that led to the desecration of the Capitol, that most sacred symbol of the American ideal, by our fellow citizens. And it is both urgent and imperative that we hold to account President Trump and all who were involved. But as we move forward, it’s just as urgent

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We can't ignore alarms about the need for civics education any longer

Get Away To The Historic Gatlinburg Inn In The Mountains Of Tennessee

Whether the weather is chilly and frosty or humid in the heart of summer, there’s something about a mountain getaway that really sets the mind at ease. Gatlinburg, Tennessee, remains one of the most popular vacation spots in the entire nation, both for its kitschy tourism opportunities and gorgeous outdoor experiences like hiking and kayaking. If you’re planning a weekend away in Gatlinburg, then you may just want to book a night (or two!) at the historic Gatlinburg Inn. It’s a local legend for a reason,

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Get Away To The Historic Gatlinburg Inn In The Mountains Of Tennessee

Graduate Appointed Interim Dean of UT Austin's Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs

Starting in 2021, Dr. David Springer will step into the role as interim dean of the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin) while UT conducts a national search for a new dean. More than two decades as a professor and academic leader at UT Austin have prepared him for this new leadership role. He is a three-time graduate of Florida State University, including a bachelor’s degree in psychology (1990) and two degrees from the College of Social Work (MSW, 1992;

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Graduate Appointed Interim Dean of UT Austin's Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs

Donald Trump, Michelle Obama ‘most admired’

President Donald Trump and former first lady Michelle Obama have one thing in common at least: topping their respective polls of "most admired." Meanwhile, current first lady Melania Trump came in third this year with 4% of mentions. She joins Bess Truman and Lady Bird Johnson as the only former or current first ladies with no No. 1 ranking. Media mogul Oprah Winfrey received 3% of mentions this year while Clinton, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Queen Elizabeth II

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Donald Trump, Michelle Obama ‘most admired’

Michelle Obama Voted as ‘Most Admired Woman’ in 2020 by Gallup Poll

Black Enterprise Another milestone achieved! Former First Lady and best-selling author Michelle Obama has been named the “most admired woman” in the world for the third time. In the annual Gallup Poll, Obama, once again, earned that distinguished title with 10% of the votes and for the second straight year, was the only woman on the list to compile a double-digit percentage. Along with Obama, two other Black women made the top five: Vice President-elect Kamala Harris at number two and television queen Oprah

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Michelle Obama Voted as ‘Most Admired Woman’ in 2020 by Gallup Poll

Henry Haller, chef for five presidents, dies at 97

In this photo provided by the White House, first lady Betty Ford and White House chef Henry Haller confer at the White House in Washington in 1974. Haller, who from 1966 until his retirement in 1987 catered to five presidents of varying politics, temperaments and palates, died Nov. 7 at age 97. Henry Haller’s entree to the White House came in late 1965, after the executive chef hired by the Kennedys had quit, finding it beneath his dignity at long last to prepare food like the spare ribs, spoon bread and mashed

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Henry Haller, chef for five presidents, dies at 97

In Cities Across Texas, Activists Battle Billboard Companies

The Highway Beautification Act will be 50 years old next year. As envisioned by Lyndon and Lady Bird Johnson, it was supposed to protect the natural landscape from billboards. Ever since its passage, scenic activists and billboard companies have been at war over the views along American highways. More from NPR.

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In Cities Across Texas, Activists Battle Billboard Companies

Henry Haller, White House chef, dies at 97

Henry Haller's entree to the White House came in late 1965, after the executive chef hired by the Kennedys had quit, finding it beneath his dignity at long last to prepare food like the spare ribs, spoon bread and mashed garbanzo beans requested by the subsequent White House occupants, Lyndon and Lady Bird Johnson. Henry Haller's entree to the White House came in late 1965, after the executive chef hired by the Kennedys had quit, finding it beneath his dignity at long last to prepare food like the spare ribs,

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Henry Haller, White House chef, dies at 97

Henry Haller, Chef for Five Presidents, Dies at 97

He had the high-level skills necessary for the job but also a welcome flexibility, allowing him to thrive in the, well, pressure-cooker that is the White House. Henry Haller preparing for the White House wedding reception of Lynda Bird Johnson, President Lyndon Johnson’s oldest daughter, in 1967. Johnson was the first of five presidents served by Mr. Haller.Credit...Bettmann Archive/Getty Images Henry Haller’s entree to the White House came in late 1965, after the executive chef hired by the Kennedys had

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Henry Haller, Chef for Five Presidents, Dies at 97

Henry Haller, Chef for Five Presidents, Dies at 97

He had the high-level skills necessary for the job but also a welcome flexibility, allowing him to thrive in the, well, pressure-cooker that is the White House. Henry Haller preparing for the White House wedding reception of Lynda Bird Johnson, President Lyndon Johnson’s oldest daughter, in 1967. Johnson was the first of five presidents served by Mr. Haller.Credit...Bettmann Archive/Getty Images Henry Haller’s entree to the White House came in late 1965, after the executive chef hired by the Kennedys had

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Henry Haller, Chef for Five Presidents, Dies at 97