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Crime Month: Dr. Death
How did a reputable Dallas neurosurgeon come to earn the nickname "Dr. Death"? A physician who was not only an MD but a Ph.D., a rising star in the health care field praised by those who had trained with him, and blessed with glowing online reviews – hardly the malpractice monster one would expect, let alone a Machiavellian type intent on harming his patients.

9:00AM Fri. Jul. 5, Barbara Purcell Read More | Comment »

Crime Month: Encyclopedia Brown
I’m no detective and here’s how I know. From the time I was 6 to 10, I spent every summer holed up with musty, dog-eared paperbacks checked out from the library of the Encyclopedia Brown series, written primarily by Donald J. Sobol, beginning in 1963.

11:59AM Wed. Jul. 3, Laura Jones Read More | Comment »

July Is Crime Month: The Crime Blotter, Week 1
Since July Is Crime Month at the Chronicle, the ruffians and reprobates at this rag want to be sure you find as much trouble as possible before August shows up like a nosy cop asking all the wrong questions. So each week, we’ll fill you in on films, readings, book clubs, and more where crime does pay – for a while, anyway.

4:20PM Mon. Jul. 1, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

10 Must-Visit Independent Austin Bookstores
The best way to learn about a new place is to find out what the people there are reading. What kind of books are they surrounding themselves with? Where do they go when they’re looking for something new to read?

8:00AM Sat. Jun. 29, Sam Russek Read More | Comment »

Texas Book Festival Announces First 15 Authors
As of last week, it’s officially the summer season, which means it’s about time to start dreaming about October’s cooler temps and one of the city’s premier fall fests, the Texas Book Festival.

8:00AM Wed. Jun. 26, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

Five Arty Things To Do this Weekend
A whole bunch of stuff is happening, as ever – which explains why there’s the Austin Chronicle Arts Listings, right? And why we’re here to mitigate that tyranny of choice, citizen, with five recommendations for a good time:

8:00AM Thu. Jun. 20, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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Local Married Couple Flaunts Public Comedy Habit
So, there’s that married comedy duo in town, Chloe and Lane Ingram, who perform together onstage as Chlane.

7:00AM Thu. Jun. 20, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Review: black girl love: an adaptation project
Adapted from Anondra Williams' poetry and prose, black girl love rips open the current void in representation of black queer women to expose an expansive range of possibilities. Four actors move seamlessly through a series of vignettes, maintaining their characters but constantly changing their characters’ relationships.

12:01PM Tue. Jun. 18, Lilli Hime Read More | Comment »

Bullock Museum Commemorates 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage in Texas
On the second floor of the state history galleries, guarded by the zinc and iron sword of the Capitol building’s original Goddess of Liberty statue, the latest exhibit at the Bullock Texas State History Museum marks the centennial anniversary of women’s suffrage in Texas.

7:00AM Fri. Jun. 14, Savana Dunning Read More | Comment »

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