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News Roundup: Council, Court, and the Lege
In this week's News Roundup, the new City Council lays out a plan to (hopefully) streamline meetings, a former APD detective tries to get into federal court, the 5th Circuit contemplates abortion and marriage equality, and more.

7:00AM Mon. Jan. 12, the News Staff Read More | Comment »

Standing for Pine Street Station
The Friends of Pine Street Station plan to lend support to Reji Thomas and Pine Street Station by attending the October Public Hearing of the Historic Landmark Commission on Monday, October 27, 7pm at One Texas Center, 505 Barton Springs Rd. Meanwhile Capital Metro is giving Thomas until Sunday to get out.

4:45PM Wed. Oct. 22, 2014, Kate X Messer Read More | Comment »

Candidate Forums for the Creative Sector
In this year's historic expansion of the City Council, the creative sector wants to be sure that its role in Austin's economy and quality of life are understood are taken seriously. So the Austin Creative Alliance, Austin Music People, and the Austin Technology Council have teamed to sponsor their own series of candidate forums.

4:10PM Tue. Sep. 23, 2014, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Letter from Edinburgh
Scotland is on the brink of radical transformation. As we write, the people of Scotland are debating the future of their country. At stake is the preservation of the United Kingdom. Scots will go to the polls on 18th September 2014 to vote whether Scotland should be an independent country.

11:45PM Wed. Sep. 17, 2014, Akwugo Emejulu and Robert Fisher Read More | Comment »

Update: 3805 Red River Historic Zoning Efforts
At 11pm last night, as the City Planning Commission voted 5-3 not to recommend historic zoning for 3805 Red River, both sides in the debate put forth compelling arguments.

5:45PM Wed. Aug. 27, 2014, Anne Harris Read More | Comment »

Update: 3805 Red River Historic Zoning Effort
Update: The City of Austin Planning Commission meets at 6pm, tomorrow, August 26, in Room 325 of One Texas Center to vote on a zoning change for the International Modern house at 3805 Red River. The change has been recommended by the Texas Historic Landmark Commission.

3:57PM Mon. Aug. 25, 2014, Anne Harris Read More | Comment »

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Queen of the Hill: 3805 Red River Stands Another Day
Entering Room 325 of One Texas Center on Monday night, one had the idea that this routine meeting of the Texas Historic Landmark Commission was more well-attended than most. As the room quickly filled, there was buzz was about one property – Case No. CH14-2014-0007, the long-beloved, creme stucco International Moderne house at 3805 Red River.

10:00AM Wed. Jul. 30, 2014, Anne Harris Read More | Comment »

Queen of the Hill: 3805 Red River Stands Another Day
History as Moving Target
If you’ve been following the Chronicle’s continuing coverage of the SB 5 battle – and judging by our exploding pageview count, a heck of a lot of you have been – then you know we’ve been tracking every high and low, every ebb and flow of this ever-developing story.

4:19PM Wed. Jun. 26, 2013, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

News Ticker: April 3
Mike Rice commits a flagrant foul, Jay Leno says goodnight, and Rick Perry get some bragging rights. Hubris is on the News Ticker.

12:30PM Wed. Apr. 3, 2013, Brandon Watson Read More | Comment »

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