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Meditations on memory, politics, and sexuality, brought on by the Beach Boys.

Louis Black, Dec. 26, 2003

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The very nature of the police's job should earn more consistent praise, but at the same time it demands monitoring.

Louis Black, Dec. 19, 2003

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Readers seeking "objectivity" won't find it here; the Chronicle is dedicated to advocacy and opinion, and always has been.

Louis Black, Dec. 12, 2003

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The Planned Parenthood boycott is about moral bullying, not a commitment to preserving life.

Louis Black, Dec. 5, 2003

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The United Way and the Boy Scouts have both acted admirably in their parting of ways; their decisions call for a sense of moral nuance that is lately all too rare.

Louis Black, Nov. 28, 2003

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Our political differences are rarely as black and white as partisan politicking makes them seem.

Louis Black, Nov. 21, 2003

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The Planned Parenthood construction boycott is thuggery, pure and simple; conservatives' hysteria about Bush-bashing is ahistorical and largely fantasy-based.

Louis Black, Nov. 14, 2003

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If you think we're asinine, don't blame it on our advertisers.

Louis Black, Nov. 7, 2003

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Critical response to Kill Bill ignores the current cultural resonance of cinematic vengeance.

Louis Black, Oct. 31, 2003

Tom 'Leatherface' DeLay
Halloween Mask Instructions

Mike Clark-Madison, Oct. 31, 2003

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Kill Contemporary Film Criticism: Vol. 1.

Louis Black, Oct. 24, 2003

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Contemplating the devastating effects of redistricting on democracy and the transformational effects of knowing Ondine and Ed Lowry.

Louis Black, Oct. 17, 2003

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If you want to cut government spending, legalize pot, plus more pearls on government spending (or lack thereof) and the Austin Film and Green festivals.

Louis Black, Oct. 10, 2003

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Meet our new Web site; local film news; and tackling denial, from the city budget to the Republican right.

Louis Black, Oct. 3, 2003

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Welcome to the "Best of Austin," in what in some ways feels like the worst of times.

Louis Black, Sept. 26, 2003

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Attending the Toronto Film Festival provides some perspective on global perceptions of the United States -- as well as a truly great film experience; the City Council's budget performance is embarrassing, as is Rick Perry's state of vacuous denial.

Louis Black, Sept. 19, 2003

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It's been two years since 9 / 11, and we're under attack.

Nick Barbaro, Sept. 12, 2003

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Harvey Pekar's two Chronicle covers have been a rare, and deserved, exception to our 22-year focus on local news, culture, and events.

Louis Black, Sept. 5, 2003

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Proposition 12 indicates the problems with Texas constitutional amendment process as well as the current administration's and legislative majority's cynical agenda.

Louis Black, Aug. 29, 2003

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Mirroring those on the state and national levels, current city budget battles reflect the fact that we are not willing to pay for the quality of government we demand and expect.

Louis Black, Aug. 22, 2003

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We're now posting our ever-expanding letters section online, with new letters daily. This, of course, brings up a whole new set of quandaries.

Louis Black, Aug. 15, 2003

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If he were CEO, and not governor, of Texas, Rick Perry's lazy disloyalty would never be tolerated; look for new "Postmarks" online daily; Screens Editor Kimberley Jones decamps for graduate school; and we honor the righteous life of Marjorie Hershey.

Louis Black, Aug. 8, 2003

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The Republican right's hypocritical rhetoric machine has become so dazzling and effective it can only be viewed as (highly successful) conceptual art.

Louis Black, Aug. 1, 2003

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The Rodriguez and Avellán film team rocks; the guv and Lege do not; waiting on Will Wynn & Company; and in Let Us Now Praise Famous Chroniclers.

Louis Black, July 25, 2003

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Republicans' special-session maneuvering shows contempt for Texans and mischaracterizes Texas' political history; the same party asks for the same kind of blind allegiance on foreign policy.

Louis Black, July 18, 2003

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Louis Black, July 11, 2003

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Louis Black, July 4, 2003

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Despite the Supreme Court's recent decision, affirmative action is alive and well -- for the dominating elite.

Louis Black, June 27, 2003

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We struggle with the obscenity of a special legislative session aimed at redistricting, and we mourn the passing and celebrate the life of Al Ragle, an almost unsung hero of the Austin music scene.

Louis Black, June 20, 2003

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Louis Black, June 13, 2003

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