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April 26, 2002

Volume 21, Number 34

news

food

  • Home Grown

    Why Chef Louis Lambert's Palate Is a Product of his Texas Roots

    BY BARBARA CHISHOLM

  • Food-o-File

    Great food and creative fundraising go hand in hand here in Austin for the next few weeks.

    BY VIRGINIA B. WOOD

  • Second Helpings

    Food Editor Virginia B. Wood reveals Austin's catfish hot spots in the first of a two-week series.

music

screens

  • Online, Unplugged

    Wireless Internet is cost-effective, accessible, of the people rather than gouging the people. So what are you waiting for? It's time to cut the cord.

    BY MICHAEL CONNOR

  • Crimes and Misdemeanors

    Right stuff, 'Wrong Numbers': 26-year-old Alex Holdridge's feature debut is not only the little movie that could, but did, and in the process could become very big, indeed.

    BY KIMBERLEY JONES

  • Reel Women Host Movie Hoot

    Local femme-centric film collective Reel Women presents Movie Hoot: local bands covering film's classic sounds

    BY WILL ROBINSON SHEFF

  • Hold the Mayo

    The Lucky Bum Film Tour rolls into town with tasty treats for local cineastes with the munchies for movies that bypass the run-of-the-mill.

    BY MERLE BERTRAND

  • Short Cuts

    Support local film and bunk out at Club DeVille for their two benefits this week. Plus, Austin film den mother Anne del Castillo heads for greener pastures.

    BY MARC SAVLOV

  • TV Eye

    Technology is making great strides in the development of interactive TV. Now when are TV execs going to start paying attention?

    BY BELINDA ACOSTA

  • Screens Reviews

  • Film Reviews

the arts

columns

  • Page Two

    The city of Austin claims to support live music and film, but its actions speak louder than its slogans.Chronicle AISD Endorsements, 2002Endorsements in Austin Community College Board Election. The Chronicle Endorsements for the Barton Springs Edwards Aquifer Conservation District

    BY LOUIS BLACK

  • Postmarks

    Our readers talk back.
  • Day Trips

    BY GERALD E. MCLEOD

  • Mr. Smarty Pants

    BY MR. SMARTY PANTS

  • To Your Health

    I was born six weeks premature, and as a result I have some visual problems. I'm now 28 years old and I need to make a decision soon about starting a family. I've been concerned that there might be problems if I had a premature baby. Can these problems be avoided now?

    BY JAMES HEFFLEY, PH.D.

  • About AIDS

    BY SANDY BARTLETT

  • After a Fashion

    Is hair there and everywhere? Do the Eighties give you the Shiverz? And who's got Anthony's Nak? Read inside to see!

    BY STEPHEN MACMILLAN MOSER

  • Coach's Corner

    Kings?Blazers?Mavericks? Forget it -- the only team with a chance to unthrone the Lakers is the San Antonio Spurs. And that second-round series will likely be decided by a couple of injuries.

    BY ANDY "COACH" COTTON

  • The Luv Doc: A Piece of Work

    Sometimes when you art it stinks, but that shouldn’t keep you from arting

    Postmarks

    Letters to the editor, published daily

books

  • Those Were the Days

    Earlier this spring, University of Texas Press began publishing a series of books about politics in Texas. Because the editors of the series, which is spearheaded by Don Carleton, the director of UT's Center for American History, understand that it's more interesting to read about underdogs than the ruling class, all three books in the series are about Texas liberals. Here's a brief overview of the series.

    BY CLAY SMITH

  • Book Review

    Jonathan Safran Foer's 'Everything Is Illuminated' has appeared under an unusually beneficent conjunction of stars for a debut novelist. The first chapter was excerpted in 'The New Yorker'. The book was featured on the very cover of 'The New York Times Sunday Book Review'. Reviewer Roger Gathman explains why all the fuss is being made.

    BY ROGER GATHMAN

  • Recommended

    BY CLAY SMITH