Seven years after the ATF's raid on the Branch
Davidians' Waco compound, the government
continues to blame the media for tipping off the
Davidians about the raid while hiding information that
tells a different story.
T.J. Higginbotham, a landowner in Hays County, wants
to drill a well to produce 50 million gallons a year,
reportedly to serve two proposed subdivisions in
Dripping Springs, but Barton Springs-Edwards Aquifer
Conservation District board members aren’t biting.
The city and the Anderson Community Development
Corp. part ways over the Anderson Hills development
in East Austin, which suffered from costs overruns
and excessive developer’s fees, but the project will
likely still be built with loans and private funds.
"The moment I walked into Lucky Dog on Spicewood
Springs Road," Cuisines writer MM Pack writes, "I
knew I wasn't in Austin hot-dog land. For one thing,
people working there were wearing Bulls' caps, and
they hadn't learned to pronounce those flat As in
Iron Chef, the addictive and absorbing
which presents cooking as a sports event, comes to
Manhattan with Iron Chef NY Battle, which pits
Japanese chef Masaharu Morimoto against American
The new photo exhibitions “Kosova24: Life After
Wartime” and “The Welcoming Table” may document
radically different experiences, but they share a sense
of life turning from season to season, generation to
generation, persisting even in the face of dramatic
upheavals. Life goes on, and both shows offer
portraits of human resilience and perseverance.