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Travel Channel’s Food Paradise Films at Easy Tiger
It’s a running joke for most longtime Austinites that there seems to be some kind of Los Angeles-to-Texas pipeline, bringing clear-framed-glasses-wearing, flat-white-sipping young creative types from one Eastside to another. This is a much-lamented fact of life here in the biggest little city, but what if, my salty friends, the pipeline went two ways?

9:00PM Fri. Sep. 21, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

ACL Headliner Brockhampton Dreams Big
Brockhampton’s high from inking a record deal with RCA and snagging ACL Fest’s headlining hip-hop slot only lasted a few weeks. In May, they were forced to fire lead MC Ameer Vann amid sexual abuse allegations. Sixty-two minutes, The Longest Summer in America captures the comedown in black and white.

4:30PM Fri. Sep. 21, Jeremy Steinberger Read More | Comment »

Fantastic Fest Review: The Wind
When European settlers made their way from the bustling cities to the windy Great Plains, they didn’t quite know what waited for them out in the wide open grasslands.

1:00PM Fri. Sep. 21, Jenny Nulf Read More | Comment »

Fantastic Fest Review: In Fabric
A woman walks into a department store. Its employees are all dressed like they belong in an adaptation of Roald Dahl’s The Witches, gliding around and spouting gibberish to their customers, trying to land a sale with their hypnotic language.

12:45PM Fri. Sep. 21, Jenny Nulf Read More | Comment »

Chron of Us: Fantastic Fest Day 1
Day one of Fantastic Fest is in the books with some big premieres, and our team was on the ground for all of it. Now you can catch up on the action with our daily Chron of Us podcast, courtesy of the One of Us network.

12:00PM Fri. Sep. 21, Chronicle Film Staff Read More | Comment »

Fantastic Fest Review: Halloween
When David Gordon Green announced he was taking on the Halloween franchise, there was general befuddlement. But seeing what he has achieved with a sequel that is both loving and insightful, it makes all the sense in the world.

11:39AM Fri. Sep. 21, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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Fantastic Fest Review: The Man Who Killed Don Quixote
It isn’t often a behind-the-scenes documentary receives a theatrical release 16 years before the actual film is finished, but then again, nothing has been predictable about Terry Gilliam’s The Man Who Killed Don Quixote.

11:16AM Fri. Sep. 21, Matthew Monagle Read More | Comment »

Our Free TribFest Picks
The Texas Tribune Festival is back for its eighth year of star-studded panels, (discussions of) political intrigue, and enough book signings to populate your whole shelf. But for those not looking to splurge on a badge, the fest will be taking over Congress Ave. all day Saturday for non-stop, no-badge-required events.

7:00AM Fri. Sep. 21, Ray Emerson Read More | Comment »

Live Music Recommendations for the Weekend
Seismic Dance event escapes the Carson Creek curse, the Jesus Lizard wiggles at ACL live, and Yo La Tengo continue their renaissance tour.

7:00AM Fri. Sep. 21, The Music Staff Read More | Comment »

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Hyde Park's Dolce Vita Is Closing Beloved neighborhood gelato joint to shutter in October
Trumpet Colossus Kenny Dorham Towers Alongside the Jazz Gods The Austin musician stands alone in showing up Miles Davis in his autobiography
Big Bill Spins Heads With 360° Video Freak-punk quartet “Loitering” in VR
Cody Wilson Charged With Sexual Assault Local man behind 3D printed gun debate allegedly paid for sex with minor

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