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Fri., Oct. 17, 2014 Vol.34, No.7

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Day Trips: Gonzales Jail Museum

Crime and punishment in Central Texas

BY Gerald E. McLeod

Gay Place

It's Coming Out Month big time in Austin this week

BY Kate X Messer

Letters at 3AM: The Future Dot-Dot-Dot

Ellipses express exactly my sense of the future

BY Michael Ventura

Mr. Smarty Pants Knows

BY Mr. Smarty Pants

The Good Eye – Killer Outfits: Anna's Blue Dress

Isabelle Adjani is a devil in a you-know-what

BY Amy Gentry

The Luv Doc

If your GF actually cared what you thought, she would have asked you before she bought that dress

BY LuvDoc

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OOPS!

Fri., Oct. 17

Last week's story "TNCs: Disrupted Market, Disrupted Council" contained an inaccurate detail concerning the insurance coverage plans belonging to both Uber and Lyft. Both companies offer primary coverage to drivers at any point in which they're actively engaged in commercial activity – from the moment a connection has been made to the moment the transaction is complete – not just any point in which they're providing a ride to a customer.

In the story "S-Comm Emails," an editor inadvertently used an illustration of a deputy Travis County sheriff's badge that included a specific badge number associated with a particular reserve officer. We have replaced that illustration online with a TCSO insignia, and the story neither made nor intended to make any association of the report with any TCSO personnel other than Sheriff Greg Hamilton, quoted in the story. We apologize for any confusion.

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