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Street lights out on Cal Rodgers & Tom Miller
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Street lights out on Cal Rodgers & Tom Miller
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Car stolen out of garage on Cal Rodgers
posted by Cynthia on May 19th, 2015 7:04 AM
Neighbors who live on Cal Rodgers woke up to find their car missing from the garage yesterday morning (Monday, May 17). The thief broke into a car they had parked on the street, found a garage door opener in there, then went to the back and opened the garage. Took their car and an air compressor. We seem to have a rash of car break-ins during the summer.
Found Black Lab Mix on Cal Rodgers/Antone
posted by Lake Watson on May 17th, 2015 8:12 PM
Black Lab Mix Found Sunday Afternoon. Sweet lost dog. Please contact Lake @ 512.659.7526
2 EXPERIENCE HENDRIX (Jimi Hendrix) Tickets Tues 9/30 MEZZANINE at Cost!!!
posted by Sandy on September 29th, 2014 11:25 AM
I have 2 tickets to the Experience Hendrix show at the Moody Theater on Tuesday September 30 in Mezzanine 3 Row D that I am selling at Cost. The original price on these was $106.25 per ticket from the box office. This is the Jimi Hendrix tribute show featuring a Supergroup of musicians. Those of you who went 2and a half years ago, know that this wil be one of the best shows to come through Austin this year. See Below for details. The Moody Theater is where Austin City Limits tapes their shows and the Mezzanine is a very special, small area, that sits just above the crowd with a really great view of the Stage. This is where the VIP boxes are. The details of the show are as follows: Experience Hendrix Celebrating the Music and Legacy of Jimi Hendrix The eighth edition of the celebrated Experience Hendrix Tour returns to Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater with special event performances that represent an ongoing tribute to the music and legacy of Jimi Hendrix. The tour brings together a diverse group of musical greats paying homage to the abiding genius of Jimi Hendrix. This year’s line-up ranges from metal legend Zakk Wylde [Ozzy Osbourne/Black Label Society], blues icon Buddy Guy, Jonny Lang, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Texas guitar gods Doyle Bramhall II and Eric Johnson, blues rocker Rich Robinson of The Black Crowes, and Mato Nanji [Indigenous]. The rhythm section, as always, includes bassist Billy Cox, the only player, apart from Jimi Hendrix himself, who was part of both the Band of Gypsys and the Jimi Hendrix Experience and Chris Layton, the drummer who, along with the late Stevie Ray Vaughan, was a founder of Double Trouble. In terms of format, the tour offers multiple opportunities for performers and audiences to witness unique collaborations among the participating artists such as Buddy Guy with Jonny Lang, Zakk Wylde with Chris Layton and will highlight these artists and the others performing their favorite Hendrix signature songs including “Little Wing,” “Fire,” “Purple Haze,” and “Voodoo Child (Slight Return)”. As has been the case with previous Experience Hendrix outings, special guests are expected to sit in at many of the dates, making the concerts all that much more memorable for both new and veteran Hendrix fans. Past special guests have included Paul Rodgers, Joe Satriani, Hubert Sumlin, Steve Vai, Susan Tedeschi, Robert Randolph, Carlos Santana, Robby Krieger, and others. Doors: 6:30 PM · Show: 8:00 PM
Free furniture and some inexpensive pieces
posted by mimimcnamee on July 23rd, 2014 12:35 PM
I have bookcases, chests of drawers, filing cabinets all available for free to the first taker. Also have a few pieces that are for sale, matching sofa table and end table, an armoire in two pieces, coat rack I will open the garage tonight for anyone to come and check it out from 6:30 to 7:30 tonight , WED. Address is 3812 Cal Rodgers.
Moving Sale
posted by mimimcnamee on July 15th, 2014 9:52 AM
We are about to put our house up for sale so we're having a sale to empty it out. There's furniture, (armoire, couches, bedroom set, old tvs), small electric like a Keurig, blender, bedding, towels, planters, lamps, clothing, shoes, etc., . In other words, we have it all. Its too much to move outside so come by and check it out! This Saturday, July 19 starting at 8am. Please don't come earlier! 3812 Cal Rodgers.
Kaffir Lime Tree Free w/Pot
posted by Lake Watson on July 7th, 2014 10:16 AM
Dangerous thorns make this plant a bad choice for my new dog. Leaves are used in Thai cooking. Located in alley of 3916 Cal Rodgers. First come, first serve.
Free shelving units
posted by jill binford on January 5th, 2014 8:15 PM
Three free shelving units. Take as many as you need. In the alley between Mattie St. and Cal Rodgers. Also a round pot, some weed barrier, and a shephard's hook for hanging pots. Help yourself!
Curl up with New Scientist mags!
posted by misselaine on December 11th, 2013 8:54 AM
I have a stack that I will leave on my porch for anyone to take! Great reading to curl up on the couch next to the fire with (for those few that have fireplaces in Mueller) 3904 Cal Rodgers Elaine
Looking for a babysitter/recommendations
posted by Christine Ho on November 25th, 2013 4:24 PM
Hi, My name is Christine and I live at Mosiac at Mueller and love babysitting for families in the neighborhood. I'm a PhD student in English and have a substantial amount of babysitting experience, especially with babies in your son's age range. In fact, I was actually a nanny for a family on Cal Rodgers street for a year. Also I can provide you with great references. I hope I'll get to meet y'all and your son! Thanks, christine
Help stop thefts in Mueller
posted by Lewis Burton on June 20th, 2013 11:01 AM
Just a reminder that we Muellerites are still the best defense against criminals. This is an encouragement to please report suspicious behavior to the police. The other night about 3:00am I drove past an SUV or hatchback type vehicle, the occupants of which were clearly up to no good. I called 311 and requested Austin PD, but the operator transferred me to 911 instead. I explained the situation. The 911 operator promised to send officers over to investigate. I have personally witnessed criminals casing our neighborhood on 3 separate occasions across 4 years. Most of these signs were present in each case, and each occurrence was after dark. Appropriating the lessons learned, here are some things to watch for: 1. Vehicles cruising unusually slowly -- Criminals looking for an easy steal have to drive slowly enough to get a good look. Law abiding citizens tend to drive with less indecision. They will not, in general, sway from right to middle to left then back again in the road despite having clearance to do so. They will not be constantly looking sideways while attempting to drive down the road at, say, 3:00 in the morning. 2. Vehicles making concerted efforts to pull over and park as you make your approach or drive past them -- Do not draw attention to yourself by remaining near them too long or by following. However a good portion of the time, they will amazingly and coincidentally have "just found" the house they are looking for and proceed to park in front of it as you are approaching. The other night, I watched them back into reverse and parallel park in front of a house on Tom Miller. I drove past them (seemingly unaware) but made a deliberate choice to turn left at an intersecting street a short distance ahead. (Just maybe, that is where I live. Who knows?) At the end of that street I pulled over, turned off my lights, and watched in the rear-view mirror. Yes as surely as the sun rises, the profile of their vehicle continued on Tom Miller past the street where I was stationed. They won't wait long to continue what they were doing. 3. Vehicles systematically exploring intersecting streets -- Inherently lazy people like criminals don't like work. That's why they steal. They take the minimum risk and effort for the biggest payoff, and this means casing everything in the area as quickly as possible. The other night it was Tom Miller --> Cal Rodgers --> Mattie. I was able to partially observe their driving path from several streets over, using a discreet view through the alley unavailable to them. 4. Vehicles making lots of turns in a short distance (lots of zig-zagging) without use of turn signals -- This goes back to the first point. Criminals looking for a quick hit don't usually, you know, drive politely or with purpose (other than taking what doesn't belong to them). This is a different issue during the day when we feel rushed and may look for a faster path through busy Mueller. But especially after dark, a slow moving vehicle making lots of short turns in an indecisive manner (with hesitation) and without turn signals is someone looking to steal. 5. Vehicles with occupants who otherwise act or look out of place, particularly at night -- Without this devolving into anything confrontational or divisive, there are people we intuitively recognize as being out of place. This isn't about stereotyping but rather common sense. The first time I saw someone casing our neighborhood, it was quite obvious he did not live here. He looked like he just hit the crack pipe. His eyes were all crazy, and his window was rolled down while he ogled cars and front porches. And it was only 8:30 at night, during the winter. Report that kind of stuff to the police. Who knows what people like that are capable of, so it's best to act completely naive. Don't let them see you put the phone to your ear or they will leave before police arrive. 6. Vehicles with drivers or occupants unnecessarily interested in where you are looking -- Do not stare at them, but use your peripheral vision to see if they are unusually concerned with who is around and observing them. One of the most important skills for career criminals is knowing when to leave. Deny them that a privilege. Save a nasty surprise for them by acting like you never noticed a thing. This will be your little inside joke later when the Po-Po shows up and ruins their night. I never heard anything more of this incident, but I did my part to keep my neighbors safe. I hope we can all start really looking out for each other. It's time to take these folks out the legal and lawful way -- by getting them caught. Lewis
Anyone missing a fluffy grey kitty?
posted by misselaine on April 24th, 2013 10:50 AM
I just saw a lovely, grey, fluffy main coon type kitty with a collar walking around my neighbors yard in Cal Rodgers. I have never seen it before, so maybe it is lost?
Cell service in the house
posted by Michelle McGovern on March 19th, 2013 9:54 AM
First, I have no reception issues. I have an Android device and I'm over on Antone between Cal Rodgers and Sahm. I'd be happy to wander over to one of your homes to check there.Second, don't go to the AT&T store to report problems with your service. They are incented to sell you things :) Call 611 and report the issue. Keep doing it so that there is a record in your account. When is your contract up? You can ask the agent that question. Mentioning that you're thinking of switching due to the poor reception is never a bad idea!At my last office, we got an AT&T signal booster for free. We didn't even have to pull strings (We are one of AT&T's vendors). The signal booster used our internet connection and we registered specific phone numbers on it so not everyone in the building was using it.Finally, while all service providers use the same basic towers and physical structure, they then connect to their own networks. It is a combination of your handset, your surroundings, the physical towers, and the network that can cause connectivity issues. And boy is it frustrating!
Layla, still missing
posted by Lorene Wallace on March 13th, 2013 11:00 AM
We already have two traps on loan (one from a Mueller neighbor, thanks!), and we are setting them every night. We could move one to that area if there is anyone who would let us put it on their property. These are humane, live traps. Please pm me if you live near either Antone or Sahm and Cal Rodgers. I am so grateful. My cell number is 512-826-6579, day or night.Best, Lorene
my little black cat got out again
posted by jillians on March 12th, 2013 9:15 PM
I just heard/saw the same cat on the corner of Cal Rodgers & Antone.
Events in the Park
posted by jillians on March 2nd, 2013 2:10 PM
Was that coming from Lake Park? I could hear it on Cal Rodgers (granted I was outside at the time). Maybe we should have some guidelines for PA volume and speaker placement. It could be a realatively simple fix.
Front Porch Flyer Delivery Problems
posted by Katie & Woody L. on February 12th, 2013 10:06 AM
Based on responses to my recent inquiry, Front Porch Flyer delivery problems seem to be limited to duplicate deliveries to some households on Camacho and no deliveries to some households on Cal Rodgers. I'll do my best to correct these situations. Woody
Layla, all black cat with purple collar and tag is still missing
posted by misselaine on February 5th, 2013 6:30 PM
Not to get hopes up, but I did see a larger black cat with a collar running up Cal Rodgers just now, the north side running towards Ella Wooten. I yelled "Layla" but no response, not that I'd expect that.
USB dvd drive
posted by Hon on February 1st, 2013 10:36 PM
Anyone in the neighborhood has a usb dvd drive I can borrow for one day to load a program on my notebook computer? I live on Cal Rodgers Street. Please call 215-4774 or email me at I'll come and get it. Thanks. Hon
Winner of the 2012 Mueller Holiday Block Contest
posted by Drew on January 11th, 2013 11:22 PM
Each year, the Front Porch Flyer newsletter recognizes the Mueller neighborhood block with the most holiday spirit. This is a block competition, not an individual competition, so you need to get with your neighbors to show the rest of Mueller why your block has the most holiday cheer. The winning block has a photo published in the Front Porch Flyer. Prior winning blocks include Lawless, the southern end of Berkman, and Cal Rodgers. For 2012, the winner is Gochman Street! Strong participation from several neighbors, along with whimsical decorations like the Christmas pigs and geese, helped make Gochman a place of grand holiday cheer. Other notably decorated streets include the western end of Antone and "upper Camacho," as well as Garden Court 2. Congrats to the winner, and we look forward to your holiday cheer next year! -The Front Porch Flyer team
Nature Mill composter for the taking
posted by misselaine on December 30th, 2012 11:23 AM
I just put mine out for bulk pickup. It works, just needs some TLC. It cost about $200 when it was new. THere is a box of wood pellets to be used with it sitting on top. I just didn't have luck and was tired of it sitting in my backyard. 3904 Cal Rodgers St.
Traffic operations: signage and alley traffic flow
posted by misselaine on December 7th, 2012 9:33 AM
That is exactly what I stated in my first post. If it's going to happen, it needs to be merited on an alley to alley basis. We have a narrow alley and our "T" looks more like an anchor shape. There is no easy way to see down the "T". You'd probably get creamed turning into it If someone decided to cut through from Cal Rodgers to Sahm. Especially if they are driving a hybrid. You can't even hear them!
Cal Rodgers Chili Cook off - happening now.
posted by Chester Skorupa on December 3rd, 2012 9:16 AM
Thank y'all for hosting this chili cookoff. I enjoyed it very much. It was nice to meet some of my new neighbors, as I moved into Wildflower about a month ago. I look forward to next year's cookoff and to meeting more of my new neighbors.
Cal Rodgers Chili Cook off - happening now.
posted by HornsFan on December 2nd, 2012 2:23 PM
We've got 8 pots of chili. All we need now are lots of judges. Come on over now!
Veteran's Day Celebration - Rally in the Alley - Saturday 11/11/12
posted by Daniel Colimon on November 6th, 2012 11:35 AM
Alexa Manza 10:48pm Nov 4 2nd Annual Veteran's Day Celebration is this Saturday (Nov 11) from about 6 to about 9. Hosted by the 2000 block of Antone - we invite our McCloskey, Cal Rodgers, Pinckney, Mattie and Mendez neighbors and more to join us. Live music by GOOD AS GONE ( We'll have hotdogs and goodies, you just bring your chairs and your favorite beverage. If you have a dish to share you can bring that too but there is no obligation! Let's welcome fall to our neighborhood and honor our Veteran's. Bring a chair hang out with your neighbors and enjoy some great music!
posted by CJ Barker on November 5th, 2012 9:50 AM
I'll chain myself to that light post if that is what it takes, Steve!
posted by shellrose on November 5th, 2012 9:34 AM
Steve Good luck to you in San Jose - you and (Bob Robert) have be a wonderful part of this neighborhood.Shellie & Rose
posted by sloneycho on November 5th, 2012 3:51 AM
Last April, I brought Drag to Cal Rodgers. Yesterday, I brought Blues and Drag to Contigo, When the venues don't make it for you, make it for yourself. The Contigo team couldn't have been better! -steve
posted by sloneycho on November 5th, 2012 2:54 AM
And now it's time for me to go, too I leave on Thursday to return to the working world in San Jose. Don't let them turn on that street lamp.Leaving Mueller, and my wonderful neighbors, is one of the hardest things I've ever had to do. Your support though this most difficult period of my life has meant the world to me.-steveP.S. - Really. Don't let them turn on that street lamp.
Thanks!: Dining for Life benefiting AIDS Services of Austin
posted by sloneycho on September 11th, 2012 3:37 PM
Thanks to everyone who joined us at Dining for Life at Contigo yesterday, especially my neighbors on Cal Rodgers!If you missed it yesterday, Dining for Life continues today at the following restaurants:
Annie’s Café & BarEnchiladas Y MasGalaxy Café SouthGalaxy Café on West LynnGarrido’s RestaurantMagnolia Café – S CongressMagnolia Café – Lake Austin BlvdOliviaSanta Rita Cantina – South @ Circle CSoleil AustinSouth Congress Café Trudy’s – North Trudy’s – South Trudy's - Four Star Vivo Lake CreekZocalo Café
Restaurants in bold are reasonably close to Mueller.Thanks again!-steve
Cat fights
posted by jillians on September 5th, 2012 12:46 PM
We may have a few stray/feral cats in the area. If you saw the cats, could you describe them? I've noticed a solid black cat on Cal Rodgers. It looks younger & a little skinny. It's first reaction to me calling it was to slink off between the houses.I'm just wondering if we need a little TNR in the 'hood. Making sure everyone is spayed/neutered cuts way down on bad behavior in the wee hours.
Parking reminder
posted by dodger on July 23rd, 2012 8:25 AM
Here's a reminder about the 72 hour street parking limit that is in effect to help prevent our streets becoming parking lots. I try to remind individuals who are in violation by placing a friendly note on the windshield. However, it sometimes takes days for the car owner to check the car to find the note. If you own the dark grey Prius that is parked on Cal Rodgers, just up from Tom Miller, please look for my note on your vehicle. Thanks.
2008 Legacy Spa for sale
posted by HornsFan on July 12th, 2012 3:48 PM
We've decided to sell our spa to make some more room in our back "yard" for our chocolate lab Buddy. We're asking $2000 and we paid over $5K for it new in September 2008. You'll need to arrange for a spa mover or enlist 20 or so of your stronger friends. You'll also need to have an electrician put in a 220V line with a dedicated breaker. We've got it posted on Craigslist so click here for more details: If you're interested you can PM me. Craig 3913 Cal Rodgers
Cal Rodgers Block Party 2012 this Saturday evening!
posted by sloneycho on July 11th, 2012 6:11 PM
It's that time of year. The Cal Rodgers Clan is once again inflating the bouncy castle, tapping the keg, and inviting our neighbors to join us for an evening of food, music, and fun. Festivities start at 5pm this Saturday, July 14th (Bastille Day!).-steve
Looking for recommendations for a venue to hold a birthday party
posted by HornsFan on June 18th, 2012 2:02 PM
Hi Neighbors. .. We're hosting a celebration of my mother's 75th birthday in early August and since the guest list continues to grow we've decided we'd be stretching the capacity of our house sdo we are looking at renting a venue somewhere near our home. I've checked with the folks at Wildflower Terrace to see if we could rent their activities room but was told they only allow residents to use it. We considered looking into renting the hangar but given the heat we don't feel that's an ideal facility either. Does anyone have any suggestions somewwhere close to the 'hood and also one that wouldn't be too expensive? THanks. . . Craig Cal Rodgers
Mueller Streets: Death Row for Trees
posted by jillians on June 15th, 2012 3:25 PM
The infested tree is on the corner of Antone & Cal Rodgers St. It's pale in spite of the supplemental iron I've given it. The leaves have a speckled appearance, some light & dark spots. If you take a sheet of clean white paper and shake a branch over it, you see tiny dark dots. Then you realize some of them are moving...I've seen them on other plants in my yard. There are tiny living specks in this web:I've been trying to keep them knocked back with regular water spray-downs (they like dust & dry conditions). I think the tree may need something stronger, but you need to be very careful with what you use. I'm not sure what my next step is... The pale green trees may also just be chlorotic and need some extra iron. Our soil quality is pretty low & I've read that it's harder for plants to absorb iron in an alkaline soil.
Mueller Streets: Death Row for Trees
posted by jillians on June 15th, 2012 3:24 PM
The infested tree is on the corner of Antone & Cal Rodgers St. It's pale in spite of the supplemental iron I've given it. The leaves have a speckled appearance, some light & dark spots. If you take a sheet of clean white paper and shake a branch over it, you see tiny dark dots. Then you realize some of them are moving...I've seen them on other plants in my yard. There are tiny living specks in this web:I've been trying to keep them knocked back with regular water spray-downs (they like dust & dry conditions). I think the tree may need something stronger, but you need to be very careful with what you use. I'm not sure what my next step is... The pale green trees may also just be chlorotic and need some extra iron. Our soil quality is pretty low & I've read that it's harder for plants to absorb iron in an alkaline soil.
Mueller Streets: Death Row for Trees
posted by ret1ree00 on June 15th, 2012 1:01 PM
Wilson, Here is what RVi ( The Landscape Designers) gave us some time back for each street in our phase of Mueller.-bur oaks (Quercus macrocarpa) on Tom Miller,-cedar elms (Ulmus crassifolia) on Pinckney, also Mattie and Simond (but not along the Lake Park, bald cypress there on Simond)-Drake elms (a variety of lacebark or Chinese elm, Ulmus parvifolia 'Drake') for Emma Long-lacebark elms (standard U. parvifolia) on Zach Scott-chinquapin oak (Q. muhlenbergii) on McCloskey -live oaks (Q. virginiana) on Berkman-Mexican sycamore (Platanus mexicana) on Threadgill, Scales, Sahm, Hermalinda-Mexican white oak (Q. polymorpha) (aka Monterrey oaks as original trademark) on Camacho-Shumard oak (Q. shumardii) on Littlefield, Antone-Texas red oak (Q. texana) on Lawless, Gochman, Hargis, Cal RodgersJoe
Is this someone's kitty? She seems lost and is oh so sweet!
posted by misselaine on March 19th, 2012 6:16 PM
She/he was on Cal Rodgers this afternoon. Looking skinny.
Cal Rodgers Chili Cook-off: Special Report!
posted by sloneycho on December 19th, 2011 10:33 PM
Cal Rodgers Chili Cook-off: Now until 8pm
posted by sloneycho on December 18th, 2011 4:22 PM
The bouncy castles pop up like weeds around here. Come on down and try the best chili Cal Rodgers has to offer. -steve
Events in Mueller Park
posted by jillians on December 4th, 2011 9:13 PM
I had the misfortune of arriving home from work mid-race, and my street is affected on both ends. The biggest issue I had: many runners seemed oblivious to the fact that cars were permitted on one side of Tom Miller. The orange cones meant nothing... People were literally running around them and straight at my car. Some of them acted as if I had no right to be driving on the road. We either need runners this side/traffic this side signs (used for the Cap10K) or the run needs to go along the hike & bike path perimeter of the SW greenway, leaving Tom Miller for traffic only.The route as it's currently designed blocks Sahm, Cal Rodgers, Maddie, etc... on both ends. We have no alternate way home.
Antone Block Party THIS FRIDAY
posted by Alexa Manza on November 10th, 2011 11:29 AM
In Celebration of Veteran's Day. 11-11-11 The 2000 block of Antone will be having a block party this Friday night. Special invitation to those on Cal Rodgers Street, Mattie, Mendez & Pinckney. But anyone stop in and say hey! You are welcome! Featuring live music by

Good As Gone

( Starting around 7p, music till 9p and party til?? Bring a chair and your favorite beverage. Find us in the alley behind 2045-2049 Antone. Hotdogs, snacks and keg until they run out! Hosted by the Colimon/Rappoports, Manzas and Aguirres.
Orange Cat update/Byron still missing
posted by misselaine on October 11th, 2011 8:49 AM
I keep seeing this guy on Cal Rodgers/Antone.Let me know he looks familiar.
Lost dog
posted by misselaine on October 8th, 2011 4:17 PM
A guy was driving around on a scooter Thursday night looking for a black dog, probably the same. We were on Cal Rodgers at the time.
2 ACL 3-day wrist bands for sale
posted by HornsFan on September 14th, 2011 10:04 PM
Plans have changed so we have decided to pass on this year's ACL festival. $185 ea. Prefer to sell the pair. PM me if interested. Craig Cal Rodgers.
cats in gardens
posted by misselaine on September 13th, 2011 9:14 AM
Oh, I do hope this will be an open event! :)Lorene, I noticed an orange tabby on our streed on thursday evening (Cal Rodgers), I had never seen it before. Perhaps?? What is its name?Elaine
Artificial turf
posted by HornsFan on August 17th, 2011 9:33 AM
Last winter we had what was left of our natural grass removed and replaced with rocks and a small strip of an artifical turf called tiger grass for the dog to do his business on. Sublime Lawn did the work for us. I don't have Joshua's number with me but his website is You're welcome to peek over our fence to see what it looks like. We live at 3913 Cal Rodgers.
Found: Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs
posted by sloneycho on July 31st, 2011 5:50 PM
A copy of this book was found on Cal Rodgers Street. If it is yours, you can claim it on my front steps at 3916. -steve
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