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Event Horizon
As festivals, crowds, and expenses proliferate – is Austin approaching major event overload?
News Story  July 12, 2013, by Mike Kanin
"...SXSW brand development honcho Brad Spies has his own, SXSW-informed take on all of this. "Austin has been an events hub for a long time – Aquafest, Eeyore's, the ROT [Republic of Texas] Biker Rally, UT football, Pecan Street – it's been this way for a while," he writes in an email..."

What Now for SXSW?
A year after tragedy, the city and the Festival look to a sustainable future
News Story  March 12, 2015, by Chase Hoffberger
"...Just as Swenson insisted that SXSW harbored no plans to pack up and relocate, his company did not agree with the Populous suggestion that the City begin to blacklist unofficial events in lieu of official business. "We never believed that was a practical solution for the future," wrote Brad Spies, who manages brand development and special projects at SXSW..."

Playback: Collateral Events During SXSW Scale Back
SXSW Music's festival sideshow contracts
Music Column  March 2, 2017, by Kevin Curtin
"...SXSW Director of Special Projects Brad Spies says 2017 brand participation lines up with numbers from last year. Still, the dearth of behemoth brand parties makes one wonder if their strategies have shifted based on the notion they can achieve festival market share via social media rather than the hordes brought in by giant open-RSVP concerts..."

Trying To Hit the Right Note
City's sound ordinance back on front burner
News Story  January 27, 2012, by Mike Kanin
"...Still, Austin Music Commission chair and SXSW marketer Brad Spies worries about the future implications of the proactive approach. At the commission's January meeting, Spies told his colleagues that he'd spoken with Romoser..."

New Music Commission Convenes
“Data is everything right now,” says newly elected chair Nakia
DAILY Music  August 4, 2015, by Kevin Curtin
"...Compared to the previous Commission, a leaner group complete with an influential industry figure in South by Southwest’s Brad Spies, this year’s appointees are relatively green. Only Reynoso, tapped by Mayor Pro Tem Kathie Tovo, returns from the previous iteration, and Garcia, who served on the Commission two decades ago, has the second most experience..."

Playback
Last chance to vote in the Austin Music Poll!
Music Column  January 29, 2015, by Kevin Curtin
"..."Brands deciding on their involvement at South by Southwest is somewhat similar to how the bands decide whether or not to come and play," reasons Brad Spies, who manages brand development for SXSW. "Do they have a new product to promote, an idea to test, a message to get out, or do they just love being involved year after year?"..."

Live Music Lands on Police Radar
Live music capital of the world, my ass
News Story  December 30, 2011, by Mike Kanin
"...Hoover and Will Rhodes, production manager of Club de Ville, whose Red River venue was recently cited as part of APD's enforcement presence, both spoke during the commission's Citizens Communication. Chair Brad Spies expressed concern and asked the two to provide the commission with written accounts..."

The Daily Hustle: 2/14/11
City Council looks to boost artistic presence
DAILY News  February 14, 2011, by Eric Pickhartz
"...of Austin Film Society), Rose Reyes (Austin Music Office Dir. for ACVB), Joah Spearman (Austin Music Commisioner), Brad Spies (Marketing for SXSW), and multi-tasking musicians Bob Livingston and Troy Campbell...."

Cars 2
This Pixar sequel pops on the screen, but the story line is stuck in neutral.
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Film Review  June 24, 2011, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...The film, which posits a world where automobiles of every stripe are the only sentient life-forms, appears to have the same effect on little kids, whose eyes and ears will open to full throttle from the barrage of stimuli. But ask them what they just witnessed, and the odds are good that they’ll only be able to tell you that there were lots of races in lots of different cities – and, oh, maybe something about some spies and a sinister SUV..."

Film Reviews
Recommended
News Story  October 20, 1995
"...In the first really silly scene, Hester abandons her plow work and follows a red canary (in Northeastern America??) into the woods. There she spies a young man cavorting in the crystal-clear water, his naked body twisting and glistening with each stroke, his long hair streaming behind him..."

Comedy Out the Wazoo and In Your Weekend: Now!
Unless you'd rather just, what, twiddle your thumbs until Moontower?
DAILY Arts  April 9, 2014, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Longform narrative is the name of this game here, and it's based on a sweet array of genres. Plays made up on-the-spot in the style of David Mamet, of Samuel Beckett? Tangents of derring-do spun from the world of pulp heroes or modern female spies? A bit of the old Yog-Sothoth in your Nyarlathotep there, eh, Mr..."

SXSW Picks & Sleepers
Music Story  March 8, 2002
"...DOUBLE O-GO-GO: Byron Scott's been a fixture on the Austin music scene for a couple of decades now with bands like Do Dat, and his current venture Double O-Go-Go finds him headed in an instrumental direction, making the kind of music spies like. If you feel like grooving to a mix of popular and obscure musical treats from the Bond/Avengers/Peter Gunn world of danger and dancing, point your guns in Double O-Go-Go's direction..."

Film Reviews
Recommended
News Story  November 3, 1995
"...In the first really silly scene, Hester abandons her plow work and follows a red canary (in Northeastern America??) into the woods. There she spies a young man cavorting in the crystal-clear water, his naked body twisting and glistening with each stroke, his long hair streaming behind him..."

Film Reviews
Recommended
News Story  October 27, 1995
"...In the first really silly scene, Hester abandons her plow work and follows a red canary (in Northeastern America??) into the woods. There she spies a young man cavorting in the crystal-clear water, his naked body twisting and glistening with each stroke, his long hair streaming behind him..."

Film
Recommended
  May 26, 1995
"...She co-writes a TV cartoon series titled Heavy Myrtle and pushes for lesbian story lines. (To emphasize her point, she takes a TV executive's troll doll hostage.) One night at the bar, Loretta spies Rachel (D'Agostino) and is instantly smitten..."

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