2019 NOEL Tower Photo by Woody Lauland

Mueller Ten Years Later:  Reflections on a Holiday Tradition

Dusty Harshman Article, Front Porch Flyer

In this series, Mueller Ten Years Later, we’ll take a look at our neighborhood’s early history and the ways we’ve evolved over our first ten years. In the December 26, 2006 issue of the Austin Chronicle, urban historian Katherine Gregor described the upcoming transition of Mueller from an airport to a neighborhood. She commented about her drive down Manor Road: …

2018 Annual Fourth of July Parade and Festival

Kathy Sokolic and Woody Lauland Article, Front Porch Flyer, Photo Essay

Mueller’s 11th Annual Fourth of July Parade was another huge success! It was hot as usual, but this year we had a little relief with some cloud cover. Mueller Neighborhood Association Steering Committee members Bill Berman and Bill Kirwin planned the largest Fourth of July event to date! Before the parade, neighbors decorated bicycles with the promise of prizes and …

Zach Scott Block Captains Woody Lauland, Anita Roberts, Katie Lauland, and Teddy Tierney

Third Annual Mueller Community Zach Scott Birthday Party

Woody Lauland Article, Front Porch Flyer

 Zachary Scott was born in Austin on February 21, 1914, the son of a wealthy doctor. After attending UT, he abandoned the idea of following in his father’s footsteps and decided to become an actor. He acted in local theater productions before being “discovered” and moving on to Broadway and Hollywood. Zach Scott was often cast as a suave villain …

Monarch

Memories of Mueller: Tale of the Monarch

Vicky Bergin Article

On a Saturday in the middle of October, my husband and I walked out of the Mosaic garage gate, intending to “pole” (vigorously walk with the use of two nordic poles) to Paco’s Tacos for our usual Sunday breakfast. We turned left on Ragsdale until we got to the park, then turned right and started poling along the sidewalk that …

Audomaro Castro

A Family Shares Paella

Helen Marak Walker Article

Mueller social media offers many occasions for “uber” neighborly connections that are in keeping with the lore and legend of the Mueller community experience. It was one such posting that especially highlighted “radical Mueller hospitality” and exemplified just one way in which our Muellertopia neighbors promote community. Last June, Veronica Castro de Barrera posted something extraordinary. With a simple affirmative …