This dance-and-music work will move you in ways you won't expect
Maker Faire Austin Returns
Celebration of DIY tech & creation lights up the Palmer Events Center
by Wayne Alan Brenner
Free Comic Book Day, Yo
Annual giveaway of popular sequential art stirs area interest, desire
by Wayne Alan Brenner
Mayor's Book Club Befriends Lincoln
Our 2016 read is Stephen Harrigan's A Friend of Mr. Lincoln
by Robert Faires
Austin Opera's Joseph Specter Departing
General director since 2012 is off to lead Arizona Opera
by Robert Faires
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Gross In
Is any writer in Austin as revolting and entertaining as Andrew Hilbert?
François Pointeau • Apr. 22 issue
Let's Look for the Purple Banana With Princess
Judging by their tribute band, Maya Rudolph and Gretchen Lieberum would die 4 U, Prince
Chase Hoffberger • Apr. 22 issue
David Cross Goes Cross Country
In "Making America Great Again!!," David Cross cracks up fans from sea to shining sea
Robert Faires • Apr. 22 issue
Bryan Gutmann: A Stand-Up Guy
Telling jokes at a mic has always been the main thing for Bryan Gutmann
Ashley Moreno • Apr. 22 issue
A month flooded with movement closes with Jennifer Sherburn's Arena and Tapestry's Passing It Forward
Robert Faires, Apr. 29 issue
Aaron Brooks' skill at shaping bits of life into laugh-filled tales may soon put him out of a job
Apr. 22 issue
Underground comic Jim Norton has changed the way he looks but not the way he speaks his mind
Sean L. Malin, Apr. 22 issue
Among Moontower comics, Jenny Zigrino is the Ren fairest of them all
Ashley Moreno, Apr. 22 issue
The service organization moves beyond talk with four ideas on how the city can expand its cultural infrastructure
Robert Faires, Apr. 15 issue
This production at St. Edward's University knows just how to bring forth this modest musical's many charms
Robert Faires, Apr. 15 issue
There's much to ponder in the second draft of the Rude Mechs' mash-up of Dostoyevsky, stand-up comedy, and spiritual belief
Elizabeth Cobbe, Apr. 15 issue
The dark physicality of these figurative sculptures brings an exquisite imposition of memories into the waking world
Wayne Alan Brenner, Apr. 15 issue
Money Doesn’t Talk, It Swears Uber and Lyft spending $8 million-plus to sell Proposition 1
Chronicle Endorsements Vote no on Prop. 1
Page Two: The Problem With Prop. 1 When someone is lying to you about something, it is usually best not to endorse and empower them
Prop. 1 Campaign Switches Into High Gear As more take sides on the Uber / Lyft debate, allegations of being bought out are traded