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In the wake of the Republican Dream Team's electoral sweep, expect the governmental services you depend on to be diminished.

Louis Black, Nov. 8, 2002

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Bite the bullet and vote.

Louis Black, Nov. 1, 2002

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Instead of ideas, this year's election campaigns are serving up character assassination from all sides.

Louis Black, Oct. 25, 2002

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The impending misadventure in Iraq is almost too heartbreaking to write about.

Louis Black, Oct. 11, 2002

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Leaving us no time to catch our breaths after the Austin City Limits, Pecan Street, and Cinematexas festivals, our little city is graced next with the Heart of Film Screenwriters Conference and Austin Film Festival, unofficially kicked off by a screening (co-sponsored by the Austin Film Society) of Jonathan Demme's new film, The Truth About Charlie.

Louis Black, Oct. 4, 2002

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Over time, our "Best of Austin" issues have become an ongoing catalog of all things Austin, truly capturing the city and conveying a deep sense of place.

Louis Black, Sept. 27, 2002

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Anyway you cut it, I-35 is a major problem with no easy solution.

Louis Black, Sept. 20, 2002

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To completely pretend this week isn't somehow special was ludicrous, but we're paying our respects with silence.

Louis Black, Sept. 13, 2002

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Editor in Chief Louis Black reflects on the Chronicle's 21st anniversary.

Louis Black, Sept. 6, 2002

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Returning from vacation offers a new appreciation for the city -- and for uniquely Austin events like the Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Festival.

Louis Black, Aug. 30, 2002

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Returning from vacation offers a new appreciation for the city -- and for uniquely Austin events like the Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Festival.

Louis Black, Aug. 23, 2002

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Nick Barbaro, Aug. 16, 2002

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A decade after SOS, we need to develop a realistic vision and useful political tools to address future development in the Barton Springs watershed.

Louis Black, Aug. 9, 2002

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The Newspaper That Came to Breakfast: The Statesman's coverage of the Stratus deal is very hard to swallow.

Louis Black, Aug. 2, 2002

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The City Council should negotiate the Stratus deal from a position of strength; we remember the tragic life and brilliant filmmaking of indie pioneer Eagle Pennell.

Louis Black, July 26, 2002

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Saving what we can of Barton Springs -- most recently threatened by a proposed development deal between the city and Stratus Properties -- requires pragmatism and compromise.

Louis Black, July 19, 2002

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We mourn the loss of the Hole in the Wall, where many post-publication nights were lost and at least one marriage was born.

Louis Black, July 12, 2002

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We change printers, resize the paper, and go to press a day early, all in the same week. At some point this must have seemed like a good plan.

Louis Black, July 5, 2002

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Soccer Watch

Nick Barbaro, June 28, 2002

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The movement to replace traditional film stock with High Definition video is under way, and some notable local directors are leading the charge.

Louis Black, June 21, 2002

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Our cover story delves into the complex legacy of Townes Van Zandt, an artist who cared more about music than business, who literally lived his whole life for the sake of the song.

Louis Black, June 14, 2002

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If loving new City Manager Toby Futrell is wrong, we don't want to be right; longtime Books Editor Clay Smith departs, to the chagrin of almost everyone.

Louis Black, June 7, 2002

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An exhilarating account of how the Zephyr Skating team changed skateboarding forever, Dogtown and Z-Boys finally opens at Dobie on Friday; in a summer of some truly great movies, it's a ripping piece of street storytelling not to be missed, even if you don't care about the sport.

Louis Black, May 31, 2002

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Are you sure about that Rodney Reed death penalty? And, the second installment World Cup "Soccer Watch" from our esteemed publisher.

Nick Barbaro, May 24, 2002

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Dave Marsh is a writer of passionate convictions whose work is designed for engagement. Which is why we're excited that he wrote our cover story on as great a talent as Patty Griffin.

Louis Black, May 17, 2002

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Saturday's election results show that election reform isn't necessary when you have a thoughtful electorate.

Louis Black, May 10, 2002

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Endorsements are a pain, but we think they are also a service to our readers.

Louis Black, May 3, 2002

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The city of Austin claims to support live music and film, but its actions speak louder than its slogans.Chronicle AISD Endorsements, 2002Endorsements in Austin Community College Board Election. The Chronicle Endorsements for the Barton Springs Edwards Aquifer Conservation District

Louis Black, April 26, 2002

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The misleadingly named Austin Fair Elections Act proposes an unneeded "cure" for a healthy body politic.

Louis Black, April 19, 2002

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Like all morality-based movements designed to eat away at our most basic freedoms, term limits and campaign finance reform are inherently anti-democratic.

Louis Black, April 12, 2002

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