Louisa C. Brinsmade

23 entries
Independence Day
The Damnations

Music, March 6, 1998

Prime Time Irony?
The Future of Liberty Lunch

Music, Jan. 30, 1998

The Spiritual Vanguard
Eliza Gilkyson

Music, Nov. 28, 1997

There Are No Guidelines
The Sixth Street Sound Ordinance

Music, Nov. 21, 1997

Where Have All the Cowgirls Gone?
Austin's Female Country Singers

Music, Nov. 14, 1997

First Things First
Paradise by UT's Stadium Lights

News, May 2, 1997

Shifting the Burden
A New Day for Taxes, Electric Retail Market

News, April 18, 1997

Houston's Long Shadow
Austin-Bashing: It's Not Over Yet

News, April 4, 1997

(Gasp!) Watson Was Right
The Former Chief, the Audit, the Research All Say: We Need Community Policing

News, March 21, 1997

(Gasp!) Watson Was Right
The Former Chief, the Audit, the Research All Say: We Need Community Policing

News, March 21, 1997

Been Down So Long
Piecemeal Relief Is Recommended for Retired Teachers

News, Feb. 28, 1997

Shock to the System
Brace Yourselves: Deregulation Is Coming, Eventually

News, Feb. 21, 1997

Going by the Rules
A New Water Plan Avoids an Old Problem

News, Jan. 31, 1997

Bloody Murders
Gay Rights Lobby's Quiet Fight for Hate Crimes Bill

News, Jan. 24, 1997

Bad Medicine?
If Austin's Public Clinics Go Private, the Poor Could Suffer

News, Nov. 22, 1996

Geek Love
Protector of Cyberspace Mike Godwin

Screens, Nov. 1, 1996

Pushing Priorities
Councilmembers Lay Down Their Cards

News, Sept. 6, 1996

Clear-Cutting at Parks & Rec
Budget Pruning Kills Horticulture Unit

News, Aug. 30, 1996

Cruel to Be Kind
The Sting of Austin's 1996-97 Budget

News, Aug. 23, 1996

Back ~ In Black?
SOS Is Arisen: Let the Confetti Rain Down

News, Aug. 9, 1996

Nature's Water Clinic
Drought Has San Antonio Over a Pump

News, July 26, 1996

The EUD's Last Good Years
We're Gonna Party Like It's 1997...

News, Feb. 23, 1996

1995-96 City Budget: Health Care Relief Comes Painfully

News, Aug. 18, 1995

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