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Watch: Chronicle Hosts Discussion of Prop B (aka the Camping Ban)
With every election cycle, the Chronicle News team and editorial board take seriously the trust our readers have given us to navigate the issues and make our recommendations for who and what deserves your vote. This year, we've added opportunities for you to see and hear firsthand from the people behind the propositions on the May 1 special election ballot.

4:30PM Thu. Apr. 8, News Staff Read More | Comment »

The Austin School of Fiber Arts Wants You
Here in our river city, where the Lower Colorado flows like a ribbon of blue through the greens and browns of Lone Star substrate, you can follow the bright threads that lead from embroidery – as highlighted in this article by Jessi Cape – through other forms of stitching, and into wider realms of textile-based artistry.

7:00AM Thu. Apr. 8, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

This Is Your Brain on Conspiracies As Duncan Hits Panic Fest
What's that old saying? If everyone's out to get you, you must be doing something right? That's kind of how Austin filmmaker John Valley feels when it comes to his Pizzagate satire Duncan, which is part of this week's streaming Panic Fest.

6:44AM Thu. Apr. 8, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

SXSW Film Review: When Claude Got Shot
After an evening spent with old friends, Claude Motley stepped into his car and closed the door. Someone knocked on his window, and Claude found himself with a gun pointed in his face. He slammed on the gas. The gunman fired a single round at the car, which struck Motley in the jaw.

7:26PM Wed. Apr. 7, Shane Pfender Read More | Comment »

What Is the Livestreamed, Interactive, Cross-Country, Music-Fueled, Comedy of Natatorium?
How far would you go to live The Good Life? Would you rip-off the hardwon possessions – or the ill-gotten booty – of other people? Would you steal yourself a few magnitudes higher than where you’re languishing right now?

5:00PM Wed. Apr. 7, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Mohawk, Daniel Johnston, and Peelander Yellow Release NFTs on Emergent Online Marketplace
Non-Fungible Tokens, or NFTs, one-of-a-kind digital collectibles selling for surprising sums, now arrive in Austin. One featuring the art and music of late songwriter Daniel Johnston comes up for sale on Friday. Another NTF, a visual representation of local music venue the Mohawk, auctions tonight.

3:05PM Wed. Apr. 7, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

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Crab Rangoon Pizza, Justine's Justin Returns, Lutie's at the Commodore Perry Estate, Rosen's Goes Brick-and-Mortar, and More
Here’s some of what’s happening in Austin’s culinary scene in the first week of April, as wrangled from numerous PR releases, official posts, words on the digital street, and even the occasional (verified) IRL eavesdroppings …

12:30PM Wed. Apr. 7 Read More | Comment »

The Music Will Flow Wherever You Go
So many problems to solve in this world, when all you want to do is listen to the music you love. But when it comes to the very act of listening to the music you love, those problems are only five in number – and we’ve solved them for you right here.

8:00AM Wed. Apr. 7, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

SXSW Film Review: Disintegration Loops
Art is about context. At its worst, it's Whistler being accused of throwing paint in the audience's eye, or Marty McFly telling a baffled audience that their kids will love it. But when a work connects at a level that the creator could never have anticipated, then "timeliness" is too weak a word.

8:00AM Wed. Apr. 7, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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