Sections Arts

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TFAA Director Sandra Greagor Igniting a Fire for the Arts

July 28, 1995

Microserfs Struggling in Legoland The Voice of a Generation Breaks

July 28, 1995

Winedale Lessons

July 28, 1995

You'll Never Cook Again The Deli Explosion

July 28, 1995

Awake in the Dark

Patrick Taggart, July 28, 1995

25 Years of Shakespeare in Central Texas
The Days of Winedale and Roses

July 28, 1995

Scanlines

July 28, 1995

Conversations With Builder Paul Lamb and Architect Don Crowell Is This My Beautiful House?

July 28, 1995

food-o-file

July 28, 1995

High on Pies Portents of Perfect Pizza

July 21, 1995

Post Scripts

July 21, 1995

Scanlines

July 21, 1995

food-o-file

July 21, 1995

Back From the Grave
Mexic-Arte Explores Guerrero Viejo

Chris Walters, July 21, 1995

Sudden, Silent Exit
Director Mark Ramont Leaves Austin

July 21, 1995

Civil War Landscapes and Legacies When Johnny Came Marching Home

July 21, 1995

LISA DAVIS 1963-1995The Moon Is Blue...

Kate X Messer, July 21, 1995

Leader of the Pack
An Interview With the Head Coyote

Robb Walsh, July 14, 1995

Scanlines

July 14, 1995

Eva Destruction

July 14, 1995

Live at the Apollo 13
Awake in the Dark

Patrick Taggart, July 14, 1995

Follies Faithfuls
Esther's Most Loyal Laughers

July 14, 1995

Treasure Hunting
Alternate Current Art Space

July 14, 1995

And to Top It Off...

July 14, 1995

Two for the Read
Off the Bookshelf

July 14, 1995

Lagniappe

July 7, 1995

Unheard Voices
Diverse Stories Break Through

Robert Faires, July 7, 1995

Scan Lines

July 7, 1995

Cultural Evolution
New Directions for Mexic-Arte Museum

July 7, 1995

Food-0-File

July 7, 1995

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