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Abe Louise Young

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Creating Change: USDA Protects Gender ID

Saturday at the conference: Dr. Joe Leonard, Jr.

The Gay Place Daily, Feb. 2, 2014 9:00 AM

Creating Change: Resting on Breasts and Peeing in Peace

Friday at the conference: Breastival Vestibule and bathroom salons

The Gay Place Daily, Feb. 1, 2014 5:20 PM

Creating Change: "Take It In"

Thursday at Creating Change conference: Laverne Cox

The Gay Place Daily, Jan. 31, 2014 3:15 PM

Reporting From Creating Change

The national conference on LGBTQ equality hits H-Town

The Gay Place Daily, Jan. 29, 2014 2:00 PM

A Cure for the Two-Party Hangover

Washington rally offers political street rally

News Feature, Nov. 5, 2010

Public Art

Two artists are arrested while painting a mural on a wall in East Austin

Arts Feature, Nov. 13, 2009

A Revolution of Spirit

Ritual jazz theatre pioneer Sharon Bridgforth premieres a new work, her last in Austin

Arts Feature, Jan. 9, 2009

Ride to Live

Local biker clubs share the secrets of the open road

Features Feature, Jun. 13, 2008

Off the Tracks: How fast was it

Cap Metro still investigating train derailment

News Feature, Oct. 12, 2007

Going Green

Going green is easier than it seems

Features Feature, Aug. 3, 2007

love conjure/blues

Sharon Bridgforth's love/conjure blues is a ritual steeped in the magic of the Southern black oral tradition and West African spirituality but encircling all of us

Arts Review, Jun. 22, 2007

In Person

BookPeople, Thursday, Nov. 11

Books Feature, Nov. 19, 2004

Love Song to the Changing Room

Features Feature, May. 14, 2004

Gathering Up the Wanderers

The Austin International Poetry Festival

Books Feature, Apr. 16, 2004

Prescriptions for Survival

When it comes to going back to school, what will be, will be…

Features Feature, Aug. 8, 2003

The Living Library

Grassroots historians team up with local agencies to bring past and future history to light

Features Feature, Jul. 4, 2003

The Project in Interpreting the Texas Past

Features Feature, Jul. 4, 2003

Writing Austin's Lives

Features Feature, Jul. 4, 2003

In Person

"Cvetkovich opened by blasting Le Tigre's punk jam 'Keep on Livin'' from the overhead speakers, then led the audience in yogic chanting," writes Abe Louise Young of the UT professor and literary / social critic's April 25 Book Woman appearance. "'Partly this is about survival, and breath is critical to survival,' she said, bringing the audience to a deep, vibratory tonal convergence that reminded me of Annie Sprinkle's 'group energy orgasm' with a literary tilt."

Books Feature, May. 2, 2003