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July 4, 2003

Volume 22, Number 44

features

news

food

  • Jimmie and Georgia

    At their Southern Dinette, family-style soul food took on a whole new meaning.

    BY MICK VANN

  • From Scratch

    Starting in the Seventies with an old house and old equipment, Sweetish Hill soon baked its way into Austin lore

    BY VIRGINIA B. WOOD

  • Food-o-File

    Virginia B. Wood invites you to a BookPeople celebration of Chronicle Food writers, asks for your help on a story, and tells you to look for Austin on the TV Food Network in this week's "Food-o-File."

    BY VIRGINIA B. WOOD

music

  • Bright Lights, Inner City

    When Austin's Eastside music scene was lit up like Broadway

    BY MARGARET MOSER

  • TCB

    Willie, ghosts, and the White Stripes … all in all, a good week

    BY CHRISTOPHER GRAY

screens

the arts

  • Up for Grabs

    How a Harlem-born photographer came to capture East Austin at the end of an Era

    BY CINDY WIDNER

  • Articulations

    The city is hot to find "a creative, energetic, and innovative leader" to head its revamped Cultural Arts Program, now located in the city's Economic Growth and Redevelopment Office, where it will coordinate support and advocacy for Austin's performing arts, visual arts, music, film, and interactive communities.

    BY ROBERT FAIRES

  • Arts Reviews

columns

books

  • Salon of the West

    They may not notice us every time we go to Barton Springs -- after all, they are thinking, passionate men, deep in conversation. But we sure notice them: the men at Philosophers' Rock. Who are they? And why does Austin owe them such a debt of gratitude?

    BY STEVE MOORE

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