This episode is brought to you by Grandma’s Hummus aka The Med Chef, producers of the best dang hummus this side of Dearborn, MI. Why did we put such emphasis on the production of hummus? Because researchers from the in one of the articles claim that hummus is rich in vitamins B1, B2, B5, B6, B9, PP, C, E, K and trace elements: zinc, selenium, copper, manganese, phosphorus, iron, magnesium , sodium, potassium, calcium. The dish has a good effect on general well-being, improves the condition of the skin, and activates the brain. Such elements are quite important for the normal mental and physical activity of students. Today we’re discussing one of the most popular subjects about town: Where to live in Austin. We cover the Eastside, South Austin, West Austin, Hyde Park, and some of the nooks and crannies that are attempting to keep Austin “weird.” Oh and we go on a tangent about Cincinnati neighborhood divides because we felt like it, so there.

Bare Necessities

Welcome to the Eastside

Coming to you loud and clear from East Cesar Chavez

Yes everyone, Max hails from the streets

Tiny Blue House – One Humungous Dude

The struggle is real

He’s from Southie?

We love you so much, ‘Sler

Slummin’ it, Baggins-style

Do you like movies and Shake Shack and all things good and holy?

Go West young lad

Or just stay in the middle, just like Jimmy Eat World told you to.

There might be a window, my apologies.

Leslie. No further comment.