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A Dog’s Purpose
Reincarnated dog film is full of cliches

Film Review  January 27, 2017, by Josh Kupecki
"...Directed by: Lasse Hallström. Starring: K.J..."

Imposters Take Toll On Me and Mack Brown
DAILY Sports  September 4, 2007, by Joe O'Connell
"...You’ll recognize me at Mack Brown’s Monday morning press conference as the reporter sucking on his green pen trying to bring it back to life. Brown’s catchphrase for the week is “imposter,” and I sure felt like one as I wandered among the media regulars at Bellmont Hall..."

SXSW Picks & Sleepers
Music Story  March 16, 2001
"...Recently signed to the Catamount label, her third CD Sleepy Eyed Sailor comes out at the end of March. (Saengerrunde Hall, 11pm) -- Jim Caligiuri..."

Greg Beets' National Top Ten
Music Story  January 10, 1997
"...Chino XL, Here to Save You All (American) Andy Langer's Local Top Ten 1. Doyle Bramhall II (Geffen)..."

So, Where Were the Vampires in Before Sunrise?
Music Column  January 19, 1996
"...The CD is on Berlin-based Zensor Musikproduktion and won't otherwise be available in the US... New albums from Elliott Murphy and Michael Hall are out this week on DejaDisc....."

SXSW Music Festival
Picks & Sleepers
Music Story  March 17, 2000
"...The hometown and baby face remain, as does Treviño's sweet-voiced croon and country-pop playfulness, and most importantly of all, his fervent audience. (Austin Music Hall, 10pm) -- Raoul Hernandez..."

Hot Movie Previews
Sneaking Into Summer
Screens Story  May 23, 1997, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...D: Caroline Thompson; with Rene Russo, Robbie Coltrane, Alan Cumming, Irma P. Hall...."

Playback
What's happening today at SXSW? Read on.
Music Column  March 14, 2014, by Kevin Curtin
"...• Gig-poster artists from around the world come together for the Flatstock poster show, which begins today at 2pm and will be open Friday and Saturday, 11am-6pm, at the Convention Center's Exhibit Hall 4. The free, public event also features live music each day, including local underage phenomenon Residual Kid on Friday, 4pm, and equally homegrown classical-pop orchestra Mother Falcon on Saturday at 5:30...."

Sanders Lawsuit: 'A Deal Is a Deal'
Family attorney argues city's rejection of settlement was breach of contract
News Story  September 24, 2010, by Jordan Smith
"...In fact, city officials have argued that if anyone screwed the pooch on the settlement, it was actually Loewy, who, after the mediation was over, came out to say that the settlement was the city's way of acknowledging wrongdoing. That clearly ticked off the folks at City Hall – most settlements have a no-fault caveat attached..."

Republicans: Who Cares?
Postmarks  August 11, 2009
"...7]. I don't care if you protest; I don't care if you disrupt town hall meetings..."

Naked City
News briefs from Austin, the region, and beyond
News Story  December 26, 2008
"...Songbirds, squirrels, and lizards: Welcome! If critters could read, that's how they'd interpret the "Certified Wildlife Habitat" signs dotting yards around Austin. The Jester Estates neighborhood recently took first place in the city of Austin's Habitat Challenge, encouraging people to create pocket habitats in their own back yards..."

Love Is …
Love is in the air at City Council chambers
DAILY News  June 21, 2007, by Wells Dunbar
"...Exempting the previously discussed business regarding the Morales murder (APD sure did screw the pooch there), it's been a regular love-in at City Hall this morning. First, self-described consumer advocate and environmental activist Paul Robbins – a prickly-pear if ever there was one – was read a proclamation by Lee Leffingwell naming Downtown's first district chilling plant for him. "This may be the first award the city ever gave for stubbornness," said Robbins, whose spent 30 years advocating for smart energy policy in Austin (his Austin Environmental Directory is here)..."

Naked City
News Story  June 15, 2007
"...• What's your opinion on the city's budget priorities? If you're one of 12,000 randomly selected households, you can let City Hall know. With budget season well under way (see "Beside the Point," p.18 for details), the city will be sending out surveys to gauge the citizenry's opinion on the fiscal year 2008 budget – like, where the hell's all the money for it? Three hundred people will also be selected for a phone survey..."

After a Fashion
Stephen gets on all fours for the holidays. You heard it here first.
Columns  December 19, 2003, by Stephen MacMillan Moser
"...DOGGIE STYLE Lounging in the lounge at the Four Seasons recently, I viewed a large collection of fine jewelry for canines from DoggieWorks.com. For the best-dressed pooch in town, partners Stacy Paulson, an interior decorator who also owns the stylish Home Works store in Tarrytown (www.abouthomeworks.com), and Katy Gaffney, entrepreneur and chair of the gala for the Texas Film Hall of Fame, have produced unusual and delightful dog collars of glass beads, crystals, and pearls..."

To Dog or Not to Dog
The leash-law controversy continues in Old West Austin
News Story  August 23, 2002, by Lauri Apple
"...If nothing else, the lingering dispute over a proposed six-month pilot off-leash period for dogs in West Austin Park demonstrates that dog poop and the threat of dog bites can generate more tension in one neighborhood than a family custody battle. After a March 5 community meeting on the issue drew 150 residents and a cadre of City Hall celebrities, a volunteer committee of residents, supposedly divided evenly between supporters and opponents of the trial, formed to develop a tentative plan of operation..."

Big in Austin, Big in Japan
If a holiday gift trend is big here this year, chances are, it was already big over there
Features Story  December 7, 2001, by Kate X Messer
"...So what has brought so much attention to the game now? The answer lies in a comic called Hikaru no Go (Hikaru's Go) that uses Go as its theme." Hmmmm, there's that comic influence again. Locally, Great Hall Games features a large selection of Go stones and boards, as well as "Shogi" or Japanese chess sets, and extensive WWII miniature figures..."

Postmarks Web Extra
Our readers' letters regarding the September 11 terrorist attacks
Columns  October 19, 2001
"...Nothing could be further from the truth. But until all people can accept the differences in others as being our strength rather than weakness, we shall never know peace...."

Postmarks
A right, a left, another right: our letters column takes it on the chin.
Columns  October 12, 2001
"...Rick Hall..."

Postmarks
Losing Our Lunch
Columns  February 11, 1999
"...He's a major player in what's going on in Austin's core. I challenge him publicly, if he wants to hang on to that gain, to see that Austin builds a downtown SRO for entry-level workers, a facility which would provide the equivalent of housing provided in every city of any size by the YMCA and YWCAs during this nation's urbanization last century until the 1960s when the Ys mysteriously gave up their mission..."

The Big Flamingo
Music Column  September 27, 1996
"... Mixed Notes You may have heard rumors that this was coming, but you probably didn't believe your ears. It's true, though; the Lumberyard, that big ol' country dance hall in Round Rock, is now booking "alternative" nights on Wednesdays. New manager Mike Webb says that "Since there's no place in North Austin and Round Rock that has that kind of music, we thought we'd give it a try." The Jels, Million Sellers, and Dilly are tentatively set to play the first Wednesday show October 9....."

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