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Into the Woods With Fede Alvarez
No one would ever confuse Lisbeth Salander, the eponymous girl with the dragon tattoo of the successful neo-cybernoir stories, with a Disney princess. But for the latest film in the franchise, The Girl in the Spider's Web, director Fede Alvarez has brought a fairy tale element to her story.

7:00AM Thu. Nov. 8, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Review: Until the Flood
There is a serenity to the space, with its dozens of glowing candles, flowers, and stuffed animals ringing the raised stage. It’s clearly a memorial to someone gone, the kind that springs up for victims of tragedy, those who have been killed unexpectedly, unjustly, and since we’ve seen so many of these – too many – we sense the sorrow surrounding it.

6:05PM Wed. Nov. 7, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

2018 B. Iden Payne Award Winners
In all the drama of Election Day, some of the drama of the day before was a bit overlooked – that would be the drama of the B. Iden Payne Theatre Awards. The 44th annual awards ceremony was held at the Austin Scottish Rite Theater Monday, and more than 30 shows from the 2017-18 season received awards, with three of them earning four awards apiece.

5:30PM Wed. Nov. 7, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

"Best of" Scooter Outrage
Now that the deeply divisive elections are over, we can all go back to a common cause: hating on scooters.

4:06PM Wed. Nov. 7, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

State of Mind Event Opens Up Dialogue on Mental Health
We may live in the Age of Communication, but the topic of mental health doesn’t always seem to. Young Austin filmmaker Nate Araya aims to change that.

3:30PM Wed. Nov. 7, Shalavé Cawley Read More | Comment »

Album Premiere: Sydney Wright
Years in the making and ever delayed by the detours of life and creative growth, Sydney Wright’s debut full-length amounts to a greatest-hits-so-far for the Austin pop polymath, whose lush, layered compositions are hallmarked by slow-burning verses erupting into gargantuan hooks.

1:25PM Wed. Nov. 7, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

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“A Watershed Night”
“The city spoke with a single voice tonight,” declared re-elected Mayor Steve Adler in his victory speech at the Belmont on Sixth. “People want us to look forward, and to act in big ways.”

10:20PM Tue. Nov. 6, Michael King Read More | Comment »

Frank & Angie’s: Closing Forever After Nov. 17
Pardon our language, hey? But Frank & Angie’s was a well-loved place in this town and we’re sad to see them go.

4:50PM Tue. Nov. 6, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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