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May 5, 2000

Volume 19, Number 36

features

news

  • No Purchase Necessary

    Does Napster, the MP3-sharing software program that has spawned several lawsuits and been banned at universities across the nation, mean the end of music as we know it?

    BY ERICA C. BARNETT

  • The Plot Thickens

    Funeral Scandal Is a Real Scene Stealer

    BY ROBERT BRYCE

  • Endorsements

  • Naked City

    Will Wynn apologizes for calling himself an architect; political consultants Mike Blizzard and David Butts predict the outcome of the May 6 elections, Toritos restaurant fights sign violation case.

    BY AMY SMITH

  • A Delicate Balance: Austin Progressives Struggle to Hold the Movement Together

    Council Watch

    The Chronicle's endorsements explained; Council Watch writer JennyStaff Johnson says goodbye.

    BY JENNY STAFF JOHNSON

food

music

screens

the arts

columns

  • Page Two

    Oops, yes, goodbye.

    BY LOUIS BLACK

  • Postmarks

    The Chronicle endorsements (or lack thereof) under fire.
  • Public Notice

    "Public Notice" finds out where the Laydeez are this week, catches up on its reading, and gets ready to tune into Austin's newest radio station while finding a dress for the prom.

    BY KATE X MESSER

  • After a Fashion

    Local merchant Blackmail made a decadent splash at the recent Club DeVille Spring Fashion Extravaganza.

    BY STEPHEN MACMILLAN MOSER

  • Mr. Smarty Pants

    Can a chicken be half-chaste? Schlotzky's Deli knows.

    BY MR. SMARTY PANTS

  • Coach's Corner

    David Stern knows less about fixing the NBA than Coach knows about fixing a car.

    BY ANDY "COACH" COTTON

  • Day Trips

    The Dairy Queens and crumbling sandstone of Larry McMurtry's hometown, Archer City, Texas.

    BY GERALD E. MCLEOD

  • About AIDS

    A new study shows that bone deterioration is a side-effect of HIV drugs, not the disease itself.

    BY SANDY BARTLETT

  • The Luv Doc: Prissy Asses

    The Luv Doc tries to empathize

    Postmarks

    Letters to the editor, published daily

books