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Into the Woods, In Search of Sator
Sator is real. At least, that's what June Peterson believed. It was her belief in a spirit that communicated with her that became the core of Sator, the supernatural woodland horror created by her grandson, Jordan Graham.

12:30PM Sat. Apr. 10, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Select Austin Public Library Locations to Reopen on May 10
The library has always been a quiet place, but it has never been completely silent, that is, until 2020 rolled around. For a long, lonely year, the stacks have sat unbrowsed, and the books have remained idle in their well-ordered positions.

10:00AM Sat. Apr. 10, Vivie Behrens Read More | Comment »

If or When I Call: Will Johnson Discusses His Debut Novel
Set along the rivers and highways of Southeastern Missouri where he was born, If or When I Call titles the debut novel from Austin singer-songwriter and painter Will Johnson, creative force behind beloved Texas bands South San Gabriel and Centro-Matic, acts he co-founded and toured around the world after moving to the Lone Star State in early youth.

10:10AM Fri. Apr. 9, Matt White Read More | Comment »

15 Best Online Personals - List of Sites That Replaced Craigslist Personals (Local Sex Classifieds)
Craigslist Personals is dead, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t other places to get your kicks online. Whether you want hookups, strippers, sexting… whatever.

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Watch: Chronicle Hosts Discussion of Props D, E, G, & H (aka Democracy Dollars)
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. 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.

5:15PM Thu. Apr. 8, News Staff Read More | Comment »

Watch: Chronicle Hosts Discussion of Prop F (aka Strong Mayor)
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. 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.

4:55PM Thu. Apr. 8, News Staff Read More | Comment »

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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 »

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