Michael King

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Enron's Lengthening Shadow
Enron's Lengthening Shadow
Plenty of political aces in the tumbling house of cards

News, Jan. 25, 2002

What's In a Name?
What's In a Name?
Would the real Austin Film Commission please stand up?

News, Jan. 25, 2002

Simpler Justice
Simpler Justice
The Justice for All anti-abortion display will return to UT-Austin this semester but on a smaller scale.

News, Jan. 18, 2002

A Way Out of the Desert?
A Way Out of the Desert?
Sanchez and Morales hustle for the AFL-CIO.

News, Jan. 18, 2002

Gus and the Others
Gus and the Others
Gus Garcia takes the mayoral election.

News, Nov. 9, 2001

Capitol Chronicle
Capitol Chronicle
Breathless in Texas: The Lege Takes Yet Another Look at Cleaning Up the Air

News, April 6, 2001

Naked City
Naked City
Will Clerk for Perks

News, March 23, 2001

Is a Picture Worth a Thousand Words?
Is a Picture Worth a Thousand Words?
Giant Mutilated Fetuses Spark a Free Speech Controversy at UT

News, March 23, 2001

Los Trabajadores/The Workers
Every Austinite should see this film, the human underside of our relentless growth; filmmakers should see it as a testimony to letting the story come to you.

Screens, March 16, 2001

Capitol Chronicle
Capitol Chronicle
Hit and Run: Surveying the Texas Wreckage of George W. Bush

News, March 16, 2001

Abandoned: The Betrayal of America's Immigrants
This documentary recounts numerous distressing human stories -- oppression of immigrants by a country of immigrants -- and a few small but important victories

Screens, March 16, 2001

Caesar's Park
In her documentary about the residents of east side Milwaukee's "Caesar's Park," Sarah Price captures many of the idiosyncrasies and quirks of her over-the-fence characters, but we're left, like the local walkabout, looking in vain for real "friends."

Screens, March 16, 2001

Store Wars: When Wal-Mart Comes to Town
Corporate behemoth Wal-Mart plans a new store in Ashland, and the local "Pink Flamingos" organize against the mega-mart while town fathers want business to continue as usual.

Screens, March 16, 2001

Tinkering With the Machinery of Death
Tinkering With the Machinery of Death
The Lege Considers Capital Punishment

News, March 9, 2001

Turn Out the Lights ...
The Lege Has Barely Begun, and the Official Accountants Say We're Broke

News, Feb. 23, 2001

Spinning the Story
Spinning the Story
The APD and U.S. Attorney's official position on Mala Sangre

News, Feb. 16, 2001

Capitol Chronicle
Capitol Chronicle
You Have a Right to an Attorney ... In Texas Courtrooms Fair Legal Defense Is Often an Empty Promise

News, Feb. 9, 2001

Naked City
How a Law Becomes a Bill

News, Feb. 9, 2001

Capitol Chronicle
Capitol Chronicle
The State of Whose State? The Governor Runs for Governor and the Rest of Us Run for Cover

News, Feb. 2, 2001

What the Governor Didn't Talk About

News, Feb. 2, 2001

Naked City
Naked City
Innocence Abroad

News, Feb. 2, 2001

Capitol Chronicle
In One Pocket and Out the Other: When the Lege Says They're Saving You Money -- You'd Better Check Your Wallet

News, Jan. 26, 2001

Capitol Chronicle
Capitol Chronicle
A Thousand Points of Darkness: Bush's Voluntary Pollution Reduction Program Reduced No Pollution

News, Jan. 12, 2001

Naked City
The Party Never Ends

News, Jan. 5, 2001

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