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Mr. Smarty Pants

The First Rule of Trivia Is: You Gotta Talk About the Trivial.

Mr. Smarty Pants, Column, Mar. 30, 2001

After a Fashion

Since the SXSW dissipation, your Style Avatar looks to the International Scene for his dirt …

Stephen MacMillan Moser, Column, Mar. 30, 2001

Day Trips

Wings over the West: The Fredericksburg Butterfly Ranch and Habitat.

Gerald E. McLeod, Column, Mar. 30, 2001

About AIDS

The Cost of Treatment.

Sandy Bartlett, Column, Mar. 30, 2001

To Your Health

I will be undergoing surgery in about a month. Are there certain nutrients that I should take before surgery?

James Heffley, Ph.D., Column, Mar. 30, 2001

Coach's Corner

Live sporting events? Barely. TV is choking them to death.

Andy "Coach" Cotton, Column, Mar. 30, 2001

Page Two

A personal SXSW wrap-up from Louis Black.

Louis Black, Column, Mar. 23, 2001

Postmarks

What destroys a neighborhood? How can bikes help? What's wrong with the Julia Roberts/Brad Pitt vehicle THE MEXICAN? A few answers to these questions---and more!---right here, right now.

Column, Mar. 23, 2001

Public Notice

Our weekly calendar of activist and volunteer events and fundraisers.

Kate X Messer, Column, Mar. 23, 2001

After a Fashion

Dissing Daryl K's Big Apple show and heralding the spring crop of local presentations.

Stephen MacMillan Moser, Column, Mar. 23, 2001

Mr. Smarty Pants

More off-the-rack trivia in your cerebral boutique.

Mr. Smarty Pants, Column, Mar. 23, 2001

Day Trips

The idyllic River Haven Cabins near Garner State Park.

Gerald E. McLeod, Column, Mar. 23, 2001

To Your Health

I have lived in Texas for 20 years. I have a great tan and have always supposed this protected me against skin cancer. Am I right?

James Heffley, Ph.D., Column, Mar. 23, 2001

About AIDS

HIV-Infected People Become Infectious Almost Immediately

Sandy Bartlett, Column, Mar. 23, 2001

Coach's Corner

Four seed? Six seed? It really doesn't matter if you lose your first game. UT basketball teams have gotten way too used to early exits from the NCAAs.

Andy "Coach" Cotton, Column, Mar. 23, 2001

Page Two

The cover of this issue is a reprint of the cover from the first Chronicle Music Poll results 20 years ago. The poll results in this issue are just the latest chapter.

Louis Black, Column, Mar. 16, 2001

Postmarks

Our readers talk back.

Column, Mar. 16, 2001

Public Notice

This week is "Public Notice"'s SXSW special. Oh, special.

Kate X Messer, Column, Mar. 16, 2001

Letters at 3AM

Our secret fantasies were made public by Elvis Presley.

Michael Ventura, Column, Mar. 16, 2001

After a Fashion

Welcome to our style column's third in a series on local fashion photographers. This week, find out all about Bob Sherman and why frogs , lambs, and satanic pom-pom girls love him.

Stephen MacMillan Moser, Column, Mar. 16, 2001

Mr. Smarty Pants

Mr. Smarty Pants, Column, Mar. 16, 2001

Day Trips

Gerald E. McLeod, Column, Mar. 16, 2001

To Your Health

I don't know what to believe about vitamin C! It was always promoted as safe and helpful for flu and colds, and now I hear that it may increase the risk of cancer and heart disease. Is it worth that risk just to take care of a cold?

James Heffley, Ph.D., Column, Mar. 16, 2001

About AIDS

Women Should Decide Treatment Initiation Differently Than Men

Sandy Bartlett, Column, Mar. 16, 2001

Coach's Corner

Maybe the old coach has been out in the desert too long, but if there's anything to these rumors about Bobby Knight and Texas Tech, it sounds too good to be true.

Andy "Coach" Cotton, Column, Mar. 16, 2001

Page Two

SXSW: The glorious onslaught begins with film.

Louis Black, Column, Mar. 9, 2001

Postmarks

Hyde Park Baptist foofaraw and assorted cultural allegations.

Column, Mar. 9, 2001

Public Notice

This week's "Public Notice" goes techy and says, 'Let's tear down the digital divide and give all these laid-off geeks something to do!'

Kate X Messer, Column, Mar. 9, 2001

After a Fashion

Our Style Avatar's career in fashion design dons funeral black.

Stephen MacMillan Moser, Column, Mar. 9, 2001

Day Trips

The Painted Churches of Fayette County.

Gerald E. McLeod, Column, Mar. 9, 2001

Mr. Smarty Pants

The farandolae of trivia's mitochondrion.

Mr. Smarty Pants, Column, Mar. 9, 2001

About AIDS

Don't Touch the Monkey.

Sandy Bartlett, Column, Mar. 9, 2001

To Your Health

Are soy foods really good for us or not?

James Heffley, Ph.D., Column, Mar. 9, 2001

Coach's Corner

Juwan Howard's negative image is almost entirely a media invention; moreover, he could be the key piece in the Dallas Mavericks' growth into a championship team.

Andy "Coach" Cotton, Column, Mar. 9, 2001

Page Two

There are 40 blocks closed in downtown Austin due to various construction and cable-laying projects. When the Empire State Building was built in New York City, the city closed no blocks. Also, news on the upcoming SXSW festival and the Texas Film Hall of Fame.

Louis Black, Column, Mar. 2, 2001

Postmarks

Our readers talk back.

Column, Mar. 2, 2001

Public Notice

This week, "Public Notice" travels far and wide across gender limits and the Kalahari to bring you're the best in Austin community events.

Kate X Messer, Column, Mar. 2, 2001

Letters at 3AM

The experience of jazz is the experience of beauty

Michael Ventura, Column, Mar. 2, 2001

After a Fashion

This week, After a Fashion goes south -- South Congress, that is, to visit with old friends and discover new faces.

Stephen MacMillan Moser, Column, Mar. 2, 2001

Day Trips

Gerald E. McLeod, Column, Mar. 2, 2001

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