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June 18, 2004

Volume 23, Number 42

news

  • 'It All Leads Back to Texas'

    Robert Bryce on the Texas-Washington-international crony network

    BY MICHAEL KING

  • Mission, Not Accomplished

    The city's draft budget is on the table, and the cuts just keep on coming

    BY MIKE CLARK-MADISON

  • Scott Appeals Conviction in Yogurt Shop Case

    A recent Supreme Court decision may undercut both verdicts

    BY JORDAN SMITH

  • Endorsements

    Austin Community College Board of Trustees Place 6 run-off
  • Naked City

    Headlines and happenings from Austin and beyond

    BY MIKE CLARK-MADISON

  • Austin @ Large: Mueller in the Middle

    Whatever disasters City Hall hath wrought, the old airport isn't one of them

    BY MIKE CLARK-MADISON

  • Bait and Switch

    We may get another special session, but school funding remains a poor bet

    BY MICHAEL KING

  • The Hightower Report

    Oh, the indignity! Royalty gets the commoner treatment, sort of; and 'offshoring' gets a new name

    BY JIM HIGHTOWER

food

  • Hatching a Plan

    Austin's emerging culinary creative class is sharing talent and resources to find the right recipe for success

    BY VIRGINIA B. WOOD

  • Second Helpings

    Snow cones
  • Food-o-File

    Osteria Amerigo's on hold, while 7's expanding

    BY VIRGINIA B. WOOD

music

screens

the arts

  • In Search of the Wild Art

    'Cracks in the Pavement' leaves art objects in unexpected spaces throughout the city

    BY ROBERT FAIRES

  • A Piece of Work

    A combination of inscrutability and aristocratic beauty seduces the viewer of Ray Donley's 'Figure in Black Cap'

    BY MOLLY BETH BRENNER

  • Saltz Exposes Himself

    The senior art critic for 'The Village Voice' kept everyone laughing during his lecture at Arthouse

    BY RACHEL KOPER

  • Arts Bullets

    It's Edinburgh for 'Bolero,' the Big Apple for 'Flawed' and 'St. Enid,' and AMOA for PR guy David Wyatt

    BY ROBERT FAIRES

  • Arts Reviews

columns

  • Page Two

    The rhetorical extremes about Ronald Reagan belie a country balanced on a rhythm of democracy

    BY LOUIS BLACK

  • Postmarks

    Our readers talk back.
  • After a Fashion

    Stephen's date gets hit on, and, remarkably, there's no word of bloodshed. Read all about it.

    BY STEPHEN MACMILLAN MOSER

  • Mr. Smarty Pants Knows

    There's something familiar about the Japanese weasel

    BY MR. SMARTY PANTS

  • To Your Health

    Are there natural alternatives to the prescription cholesterol-lowering medications?

    BY JAMES HEFFLEY, PH.D.

  • The Common Law

    Deciding whether to file suit in small claims court

    BY JESSICA MANGRUM

  • Day Trips

    Is there anything better on a lazy summer day than lounging around in a cool pool watching the world go by?

    BY GERALD E. MCLEOD

  • The Luv Doc: In Through the Out Hole

    Like singing and dancing, everyone is a self-appointed expert when it comes to anal sex

    Postmarks

    Letters to the editor, published daily

books

  • News/Print

    Choose your own adventure

    BY SHAWN BADGLEY

sports