Aztex, amongst others, host Austin Soccer Kicks Cancer Camp
The Austin Aztex are among several local soccer organizations presenting the Austin Soccer Kick Cancer Camp Dec. 14-16 to benefit the Curing Children's Cancer Fund. The camp targets players aged 5-18, with technical training and plenty of small-and full-sided play. The fee of $55 includes a camp T-shirt; register by Monday, Dec. 10, at www.cccfund.org.
The European Champions League group stage ended this week, with Manchester City and defending champ Chelsea both knocked out early, but Glasgow Celtic saved some British pride by becoming the first Scottish team to reach the knockout stages since 2007. Arsenal and Man U also advanced, along with all four Spanish teams, all three Germans, both Italians, and one each from France, Turkey, Ukraine, and Portugal. The draw for the Round of 16 will be held on Dec. 20; play begins in February.
Nick Barbaro, Fri., May 24, 2013
Fri., May 24, 2013
Danielle White, Fri., May 17, 2013
Nick Barbaro, Fri., May 17, 2013
Richard Whittaker, Fri., May 10, 2013
Nick Barbaro, Fri., May 10, 2013
Nick Barbaro, Fri., May 3, 2013
Nick Barbaro, Fri., April 26, 2013
Nick Barbaro, Fri., April 19, 2013
Nick Barbaro, Fri., April 12, 2013
True Believers at Antone's
at The Scoot Inn
Lady for a Day at Paramount Theatre
Film Review Misses Mark Please make a note not to print any more movie reviews of big action movies by Kimberley Jones. She gets ...
What's the Big Deal? I'm baffled by this obsession with Mueller. I drove through it out of curiosity and it's a suburban nightmare that ...
No Mystery in School Bond Failures How out of touch has the Chronicle become with the voting populace of this city? From the article “Bonds: Death ...
Program Is Vital Resource I am responding to your article on ACCESS News, the program by and for the deaf and hard-of-hearing community. The ...
Finding Rail Route Complicated Michael King, in “The Reading Railroad”, while making valuable points, seems to state that finding an initial route for urban ...
- Follow us@AustinChronicle