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The public fury over the potential closure of nine AISD schools has become an object lesson in how not to break bad news to people. But the Jan. 13 meeting at the Tony Burger Center had a double misstep in the district's PR offensive: One that snubbed an old ally and opened the door to old critics.

1:05AM Fri. Jan. 21, 2011, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

The Daily Hustle: 1/20/11
Continuing campaign coverage here at Hustle HQ, we hack and slash through the candidates Jan. 15 campaign finance reports. And with three incumbents collecting tens of thousands of dollars from mega-bundler David Armbrust, we had our work cut out for us.

2:51PM Thu. Jan. 20, 2011, Wells Dunbar Read More | Comment »

Guilty Until, and After, Proven Innocent
Here’s a thought: It’s hard for people to forget about you – and what you’ve done – if you won’t let them. That idea seems not to have impressed former Burleson County District Attorney Charles Sebesta, who was responsible for the prosecution of Anthony Graves for a grisly 1992 multiple murder in Somerville.

7:20AM Thu. Jan. 20, 2011, Jordan Smith Read More | Comment »

The Daily Hustle: 1/19/11
Campaign kick-off season hit high gear as Laura Morrison greeted some 200-plus constituents at Nuevo Leon last night, steering (largely) clear of controversial topics to tout her intelligence and independence in her Place 4 re-election run.

1:38PM Wed. Jan. 19, 2011, Wells Dunbar Read More | Comment »

Newsgeist: 1/19/11
Come learn enough current information to double your Qrank score with Newsgeist! Today's edition has stories on Gov. (again) Perry, Alzheimer's Disease, and Lance Armstrong. Click through to read more.

8:43AM Wed. Jan. 19, 2011, Eric Pickhartz Read More | Comment »

The Daily Hustle: 1/18/11
If there's one thing the Hustle loves more than politics, it's free food. Therefore, you can only imagine his joy at Laura Morrison's campaign kick-off tonight, going down at Nuevo Leon.

11:25AM Tue. Jan. 18, 2011, Wells Dunbar Read More | Comment »

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The Daily Hustle: 1/17/11
City Council took its time last week, staying into the AM to address a clutch of controversial cases. We've already delved into the Park PUD dust-up, so now our attention turns to two others: potential disc golf at Guerrero Park, and pulling an outdoor music permit for Rainey Street bar Lustre Pearl.

1:51PM Mon. Jan. 17, 2011, Wells Dunbar Read More | Comment »

Newsgeist: 1/17/11
An MLK Day edition of the Newsgeist brings you stories on Tunisian governmental conflict, Glee's Golden Globes, and an NFL Playoff upset. Read more for the links.

8:23AM Mon. Jan. 17, 2011, Eric Pickhartz Read More | Comment »

Al·der·man: a member of a city legislative body Mens·wear: clothing for men (duh!) Al·der·mens·wear: a swagged-out addition to Chronique covering style and savoir-faire at City Hall.

1:05PM Sat. Jan. 15, 2011, Wells Dunbar Read More | Comment »

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