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An Inside Look at Austin’s Biggest Used Bookstore
Elsewhere in the Chronicle, we told you a little bit about the rare books room in the back of Half Price Books at 5555 North Lamar, and about its connection to the alchemist John Dee. But that – as the saying goes – that ain't the half of it.

7:00AM Thu. Oct. 19, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Five Arty Things to Do This Weekend: Sept. 28-Oct. 1
That’s right, we’re starting the list with something on Thursday this time. Yes: Thurrrrrrrsday. And you, what, you have a problem with that? Like it’s just a little too early, weekend-wise, to start indulging in some life-enriching art?

10:00AM Thu. Sep. 28, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Five Arty Things to Do This Weekend: Sept. 22-24
We’re going to narrow the proverbial playing field for you, so it’s not too big – so your agenda of fun won’t stumble like those Longhorns did, amirite? Especially if you’re taking a break after helping our Hurricane Harvey-racked neighbors, you lovely human, here’s an array of sweet diversions for your pleasure:

12:01PM Thu. Sep. 21, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Ink & Paper & the Dark Ambience of Demdike Stare
A man named James Renovitch is ultimately to blame. I’ve been listening to the intense, tenebral noisefests of Demdike Stare for about a year now, having been introduced to their work only because of the brand of notebook I tend to write in and which I tend to write in mostly because that brand of notebook works really well with this fountain pen I’ve got.

10:00AM Mon. Sep. 18, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Paging Through the "Page Two" Archive
In early August, Louis Black, this paper’s co-founder and co-owner, announced his retirement from the Chronicle. In this week's issue, he files his final “Page Two” column.

12:01AM Thu. Sep. 7, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

Uncle Staple and Austin’s 13th Annual Independent Media Expo
Here comes the 13th iteration of Staple!: The Independent Media Expo, now having ditched its longtime Marchesa location to release a weekend of fan-mobbed revelry and DIY merch and so much indie-comics-and-related-subcultural-goodness at Austin’s Millennium Youth Center.

9:00AM Mon. Sep. 4, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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Campus Hacks: St. Edward's
Starting your journey on the Hilltop not only means you’ll be attending school in Austin, but you’ll experience a whole new world that brings endless possibilities, friendships, and memories.

11:59PM Wed. Aug. 23, Sierra Diaz Read More | Comment »

Campus Hacks: Huston-Tillotson
Located at 900 Chicon, Huston-Tillotson (abbreviated as HT) is a private historically black university. Established in 1875, Huston-Tillotson is the first and oldest institution of higher learning in Austin.

11:59PM Wed. Aug. 23, Ashton Washington Read More | Comment »

Campus Hacks: Texas State University
With a river running through campus and the two booming metropolises of Austin and San Antonio only a stone’s throw away, Texas State University offers students a unique backdrop for their college experience. If starting anew in one of America’s fastest growing cities seems like an intimidating task, these tips have you covered.

11:59PM Wed. Aug. 23, May Olvera Read More | Comment »

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