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Dolce Neve Debuts New Collaboration
The Italian-born gelato makers at Dolce Neve (1713 S. First) take a great deal of pride in making everything in the shop from scratch with the best quality ingredients they can find. Lately, they've been inviting chefs they admire to join in the fun.

12:20PM Mon. Jul. 6, Virginia B. Wood Read More | Comment »

The Roost Seeks Investors
Novel idea: Putting a first-class music venue in entertainment-deprived North Austin. Result: After 18 months in business, the Roost has fallen on desperate times.

10:35AM Mon. Jul. 6, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Drowning in Mystery on The Midnight Swim
What scares Sarah Adina Smith? It's not jump scares or gore. It's films like Australian metaphysical mystery Picnic at Hanging Rock, where the characters are engulfed by the wilderness. She said, "What is terrifying is the existential crisis the movie puts off."

10:00AM Mon. Jul. 6, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

News Roundup: Death and Lawsuits
In this week's News Roundup: APD officers were involved in two shootings this weekend; Attorney General Ken Paxton faces an ethics complaint and a fraud investigation (from Houston!); BP agrees to pay damages to Gulf states for the 2010 oil spill; and more.

8:30AM Mon. Jul. 6, the News Staff Read More | Comment »

Texas Republicans, Defiant as Always
As America equates Independence Day with a meat hangover, consider instead freedoms, like the First Amendment: a right to free speech, but not to be heard. Over the last few weeks, it's become blindingly clear: whether you're in the press or on the Supreme Court of the United States, Texas Republican leaders are defiantly deaf to you.

9:00AM Sun. Jul. 5, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

One in a Crowd: Devil's Horse
The links between Texas and Louisiana are long and deep. So while UT film student Michael Roberson is in the Bayou State working on his new dark, dramatic short Devil's Horse, he's hoping the Lone Star State (and everyone else) will help him through crowdfunding.

9:58AM Sat. Jul. 4, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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Texas AG Faces Ethics Complaint
As if Attorney General Ken Paxton didn't have enough troubles with a potential felony indictment, now he'll be fighting off an ethics complaint over his opinion on same-sex marriage.

1:35PM Fri. Jul. 3, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Stars and Stripes Forever!
Sure, sure, the fireworks are what everyone wants to hear about on the Fourth, but what good's all that rockets' red glare and bombs bursting in air without John Stafford Smith's melody and Francis Scott Key's lyrics to swell our hearts with patriotic pride? What kind of Independence Day would it be without a rousing fix of patriotic music?

12:31PM Fri. Jul. 3, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

DVDanger: Horror Roundup
Occasionally, a horror film comes along that jolts the genre. In 2010, that was Gareth Edwards' microbudget and revalatory Monsters. Inevitably, there would be a sequel.

11:56AM Fri. Jul. 3, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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