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The oddest part of the next week or so is not how much will happen but how very little really will.

Louis Black, Column, Dec. 31, 1999

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Downtown development keeps coming; the Chronicle family keeps growing

Louis Black, Column, Dec. 24, 1999

Letters at 3AM

What does a Dark Age demand of a good person?

Michael Ventura, Column, Dec. 24, 1999

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The next four days will be the hardest three weeks of the year.

Louis Black, Column, Dec. 17, 1999

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Austin owes Clifford Antone.

Louis Black, Column, Dec. 10, 1999

Letters at 3AM

When the new Millennium begins, we should be asking the same questions about life we always have.

Michael Ventura, Column, Dec. 10, 1999

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The Evil Regents Return.

Louis Black, Column, Dec. 3, 1999

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Saying goodbye to a friend and a hero.

Louis Black, Column, Nov. 26, 1999

Letters at 3AM

Where will you be on New Year's Eve and why?

Michael Ventura, Column, Nov. 26, 1999

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The Hyde Park Baptist Church development may be legal, but it's wrong; and it's time for Statesman editor Rich Oppel to go.

Nick Barbaro, Column, Nov. 19, 1999

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Column, Nov. 19, 1999

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The Austin American-Statesmanmanipulates a non-story to slam enviro board.

Nick Barbaro, Column, Nov. 12, 1999

Letters at 3AM

Poetry is an act of faith.

Michael Ventura, Column, Nov. 12, 1999

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Ooooh, politics.

Louis Black, Column, Nov. 5, 1999

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The history of the intermittent Halloween mask covers and of burgeoning staff dinners.

Louis Black, Column, Oct. 29, 1999

Page Two: The Bar Witch Project

Carole Keeton Rylander Halloween mask instructions

Margaret Moser, Column, Oct. 29, 1999

Letters at 3AM

What does this so-called "boom" mean to most Americans?

Michael Ventura, Column, Oct. 29, 1999

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Peckinpah rides again at the Alamo Drafthouse.

Louis Black, Column, Oct. 22, 1999

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The Statesman is back to its old ways.

Louis Black, Column, Oct. 15, 1999

Letters at 3AM

Is "progress" an unconscious compulsion?

Michael Ventura, Column, Oct. 15, 1999

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Close your eyes in Portland, and it sounds a lot like Austin.

Louis Black, Column, Oct. 8, 1999

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Memoir of a former Daily Texan.

Louis Black, Column, Oct. 1, 1999

Letters at 3AM

A week of truth.

Michael Ventura, Column, Oct. 1, 1999

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Welcome to the 1999 Best of Austin issue.

Louis Black, Column, Sep. 24, 1999

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The Statesman's editorial positions on the LCRA water deal continue to be astonishing.

Louis Black, Column, Sep. 17, 1999

Letters at 3AM

How to be and not to be.

Michael Ventura, Column, Sep. 17, 1999

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The LCRA water deal with the city of Austin is suspicious.

Louis Black, Column, Sep. 10, 1999

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And I bet Carole Keeton Rylander can't stuff two twinkies into her mouth.

Louis Black, Column, Sep. 3, 1999

Letters at 3AM

The stakes were suddenly higher. There was more possibility in the night and in their lives than they'd yet considered. The work of art itself gave them the energy to fulfill its expectations...

Michael Ventura, Column, Sep. 3, 1999

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Louis Black, Column, Aug. 26, 1999

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Louis Black, Column, Aug. 19, 1999

When the Long Night Comes

Michael Ventura, Column, Aug. 19, 1999

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Louis Black, Column, Aug. 12, 1999

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Around the issue

Nick Barbaro, Column, Aug. 5, 1999

A Way They'll Never Be

Michael Ventura, Column, Aug. 5, 1999

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Louis Black, Column, Jul. 29, 1999

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Louis Black, Column, Jul. 22, 1999

Little Fleshlets, On the Run

Michael Ventura, Column, Jul. 22, 1999

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Louis Black, Column, Jul. 15, 1999

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Louis Black, Column, Jul. 8, 1999

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