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TikTok Talents, Metal Gods and Comedy Provocateurs Added as SXSW Keynotes and Speakers
Think that you had your South by Southwest schedule set? Well, throw that draft calendar out, as the festival (running March 11-20) has unveiled a whole extra slate of new speakers, panels, sessions, and podcast recordings.

1:50PM Tue. Mar. 1, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Election Ticker: The Calm in the Eye of the Storm
It's Take-a-Deep-Breath Weekend in the 2022 primary election cycle, so let's catch up with the news. We'll be live-blogging tomorrow night (Tuesday, March 1) and have a complete results package in the print issue on stands Thursday.

2:43PM Sun. Feb. 27, Mike Clark-Madison Read More | Comment »

D.A. Indicts 19 Austin Police for Assault in 2020 BLM Protest Response
Austin continues to address the excessive force used by police during 2020's Black Lives Matter protests more pointedly than any other American city.

5:40PM Fri. Feb. 18, Brant Bingamon and Austin Sanders Read More | Comment »

"People's Summit" Aims to Refocus State's Attention on Last Year's Freeze Disaster
This week’s People’s Summit, led by state Rep. Vikki Goodwin, D-Austin, and joined by many Travis County lawmakers, was intended to put a question to the Texas Legislature: How can the state walk away from a man-made catastrophe a year ago that led to hundreds of deaths?

11:03AM Thu. Feb. 17, Kimberly Reeves Read More | Comment »

Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar Employees Unionize
As of February 14, Industrial Workers of the World announced that Alamo Drafthouse’s South Lamar flagship location is forming a union.

4:35PM Tue. Feb. 15, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

Austin Water Director Greg Meszaros Resigns In Wake of Plant Snafu
In a memo this morning, City Manager Spencer Cronk announced Austin Water Director Greg Meszaros is resigning from his post following the most recent citywide boil-water notice, the third in four years.

11:30AM Fri. Feb. 11, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

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March 1 Democratic Primary Endorsements (No Filler)
The Austin Chronicle only endorses in contested races. We offer detailed reasons behind our Editorial Board endorsements in the Democratic Party primary in this annotated version; this version is for voters looking to take a printed copy to the ballot box.

11:30AM Thu. Feb. 10 Read More | Comment »

Expectations and Explanations for the Boil-Water Notice
On Saturday evening Austin experienced its third boil-water notice in four years, this one a result of human error and unrelated to last week’s winter storm (just a monumental coincidence).

5:25PM Mon. Feb. 7, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

Austin Water Issues Citywide Boil Water Notice
The city of Austin issued a precautionary boil water notice Saturday evening, citing an internal treatment process issue at Ullrich Water Treatment Plant that resulted in high turbidity within the plan. That plant is out of service while crew addresses the issue.

8:06PM Sat. Feb. 5, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

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