Tina Phan is a multimedia producer at the Austin American-Statesman.
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The Barton Hills Choir, with Barton Hills Elementary music teacher Gavin Tabone, performs on the Austin Kiddie Limits Stage during weekend two of the Austin City Limits Music Festival at Zilker Park in Austin, Texas, on Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017. TINA PHAN / FOR AMERICAN-STATESMAN
Yard Bar is hosting a live version of the Puppy Bowl, during which local dogs will play football and adoptable pups will participate in a halftime show.
TINA PHAN/AMERICAN-STATESMAN. 12/11/16. DIY: Recycle newspaper into gift wrap. A gift bow, envelopes, gift bag and pom-pom bows are shown here.
Bobby Bones poses for a portrait on Congress Avenue on Oct. 29. Dustin Safranek FOR AMERICAN-STATESMAN
Jacob and Trisha Sherwood watch as Alden participates in an archery tournament. Alden, 16, is in a wheelchair after treatments for brain cancer. Jacob, 13, is on the autism spectrum and had a malformation of his brain. Their health struggles began when Trisha, 40, was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Suzanne Cordeiro for American-Statesman
Trisha Sherwood: Madre soltera y sus dos hijos enfrentan múltiples retosMadre soltera con esclerosis múltiple tiene un hijo de 16 años de edad que ha estado en una silla de ruedas desde que lo diagnosticaron con cáncer del cerebro, der., y un hijo de 13 años de edad que tiene autismo y una malformació...
Salado running back Aaron Torczynski leaps to celebrate a touchdown against Columbus on Friday night. The Eagles posted a 42-14 victory in the Class 4A, Division II playoff game. CREDIT: Dustin Safranek/For American-Statesman
Catch Dale Watson in his annual Thanksgiving night show at the Continental Club on Thursday. TINA PHAN / FOR AMERICAN-STATESMAN
Employees at the new University of Texas Target store greet customers during a ribbon-cutting ceremony and soft opening held Saturday. Joe Michelbook, center, is the store team lead.
Taylor running back Delane Hornsby carries against Canyon Lake on Friday night. After losing to Canyon Lake 28-14 to close the regular season, the Ducks will open the Class 4A, Division I playoffs against China Spring. Dustin Safranek for American-Statesman
Floyd “Shorty” Sanders, a member of Taylor High’s Class of 1945, participates in a special coin toss at Memorial Field on Friday night before the Ducks faced Canyon Lake in their regular-season finale. Along with the game, fans witnessed a ceremony to bid farewell to the stadium, which has been the site of Taylor football...