In a move that's certain to anger nonexistent film critics both in Austin and the world over, the Federal Trade Commission announced last week they'll be undertaking a review of how endorsement blurbs can be used in promoting films.
When he's not covering canvas with acrylic-based images of Japanese toys and Italian scooters and good old American action-figures, Tim Doyle dabbles in the art of the comic book, distilling his day-by-day existence into three black-and-white segments each in monthly issues of Amazing Adult Fantasy.
It's time again for that annual performance jamboree FronteraFest, and time to mark its first decade of presenting Austin with adventuresome new theatre, comedy, dance, and spoken word by anyone with the courage or folly to take a stage.
In the Sharir + Bustamante Danceworks program States of Grace, eight Austin choreographers showcase their new work in a program of dance that includes video dancers, classical Indian stories, martial arts, and blind performers and their guide dogs.
Next Tuesday's Creating a Liveable 6th and Lamar: Community Forum, meant to address the proposed Borders store at Sixth and Lamar, raises the complexity of issues involving economic choices, and the lack of a clear right or wrong.