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Can the New Clutter App Help Solve Our Clutter Mess?

By Kathryn Hawkins   October 29, 2013

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Self-storage facilities originally were intended to be short-term solutions for people who were planning to sell goods or move them into a bigger house. But for many Americans, self-storage now is a “leave it and forget it” solution–they store stuff that won’t fit into their homes and frequently leave it in storage for long periods.

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Dear Paul Resnikoff: Why Austin Isn’t ‘Very Sucky’

By John Egan   September 11, 2013

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I’m not a regular reader of Digital Music News. Yes, I enjoy music, but not enough to read about it in-depth. A few days ago, I somehow stumbled upon a Digital Music News article with this headline: “10 Reasons Why Austin Is Starting to Suck.”

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DJ Jayceeoh Talks Super 7: The SPARE BEATS Interview

By Matthew Stites   March 20, 2012

We’re still recovering from the heavy bass and libations of our SXSW SPARE BEATS event, but no black-out can fully erase the huge set from DJ Jayceeoh that closed the party. A talented true turntablist, international headliner Jayceeoh spun Molotov Lounge into a frenzy that left heads spinning. Insane beats spanning hip-hop, electronic, dub-step and beyond took our laid-back day party into the night. It went off in a rage of pure, giddy energy. → Keep Reading

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Self-Storage Musician Spotlight: Dave Gironda, Jr.

By Matthew Stites   February 16, 2012

Multi-instrumentalist Dave Gironda, Jr. (pictured on right) recently moved to Austin, but speaks fondly of his hometown Phoenix, Arizona. Phoenix’s relatively unsung music scene is the birthplace of Dave’s band, The Whisperlights, whose fluctuating membership ensures the music is always evolving.

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BLOOD SHED: The Horror of Self-Storage

By Rachel Greenfield   October 24, 2011

This Halloween, SpareFoot wants to remind you just how spooky self-storage can be. So we spoke with filmmaker Patrick Hasson, whose upcoming movie, “BLOOD SHED,” has 24-hour access to our climate-controlled facility of fear. And the climate, dear readers, is chilling.

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