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After a Fashion
With 'Fashion Star' a wrap, even Your Style Avatar is poking around for some Summer Fun ...
Columns  May 25, 2012, by Stephen MacMillan Moser
"...That is definitely one of the ways I could spend the rest of my life. Fortunately, I got a little taste of that last week at a masked ball of sorts, put on by an event company called By Mojo (www.bymojoaustin.com)..."

After a Fashion
Witty Style Avatar seeks travel daddy. Or mami. Enquire within.
Columns  May 18, 2012, by Stephen MacMillan Moser
"...I'm looking forward to Masque: Les Liaisons Dangereuses, a By Mojo production that promises glamour, mystery, and intrigue in the form of a masked ball this Friday, May 19, in a palatial 12,000-square-foot estate overlooking the lake. Cocktail attire and masks required..."

Detroit 9000
Blaxploitation classic re-released in 1999 by Quentin Tarantino's Rolling Thunder distribution company.
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Film Review  July 23, 1999, by Marc Savlov
"...First released in 1973 and directed by a man who would later move on to the simple pleasures of Starsky and Hutch, this is grade-A prime silliness, a gooey dollop of cops and robbers Velveeta that manages to make Rudy Ray Moore's Avenging Disco Godfather look like an auteur-driven masterpiece by comparison. When a fundraising ball held by black gubernatorial challenger Clayton (the aptly named Challenger) is raided by a band of ski-masked hoods toting both CAR-15s and Luger pistols (how's that for diversity?), white Detroit Police Department Lt..."

Change of Aria Code
Leaving "Lyric" behind, Austin Opera launches a new era
Arts Story  November 6, 2014, by Robert Faires
"...If all those ads for Verdi's A Masked Ball have you wondering just what Austin Opera is and what happened to that other company with those two words in its name – the one that's been producing Verdi and Puccini and Mozart and all those other music-drama heavyweights for more than a quarter of a century, well, there's no real mystery. The companies are one and the same..."

Austin Opera to Mount Manchurian Candidate
Kevin Puts' take on political thriller opens 2016-17 season
DAILY Arts  January 27, 2016, by Robert Faires
"...2, and Feb. 5, 2017; and • Giacomo Puccini’s ever popular Madame Butterfly, pairing soprano Yunah Lee, in her first appearance with Austin Opera, and tenor Dominick Chenes (Riccardo, A Masked Ball), April 29, May 4, and May 7, 2017. For more information, visit austinopera.org...."

Art Par Excellence
The nominees for the 2014-15 Austin Critics Table Awards
DAILY Arts  May 20, 2015
"...Earning the most attention from the group were two premieres: Ballet Austin's Belle Redux/A Tale of Beauty & the Beast and the UT Department of Theatre & Dance's Refugia, created with the Moving Company, each of which received seven nominations. Four productions captured six nods apiece: Zach Theatre’s Texas premiere of the Robert Schenkkan political drama All the Way; Austin Opera's modern-day staging of Verdi's A Masked Ball; Salvage Vanguard Theater's undead riff on Chekhov, Thr3e Zisters; and the Texas State University Department of Theatre & Dance's spirited revival of Cole Porter’s Kiss Me, Kate...."

Top 10 Dance/Classical Music Treasures of 2014
It was a year in which the personal shone through in dance and classical works small and large
Arts Story  December 31, 2014, by Robert Faires
"...3) A MASKED BALL (Austin Opera) Verdi's name was on the bill, but it could have been Hitchcock's, as this modern-dress staging was rife with tension and arresting visuals from projection wizard Wendall Harrington...."

Exhibitionism
Blood Wedding: Folk Tale Under a Glitter Moon
Arts Review  April 29, 1999
"...My Fair Lady: Not the Embassy Ball..."

Bats Left, Sings Right
With help from Esther's Follies, Austin Lyric Opera turns Strauss' Viennese waltz into a Texas two-step
Arts Story  May 30, 2008, by Robert Faires
"...Though it preserves the music of the original and the basics of the plot, this adaptation by Lyova Rosanoff, Steve Saugey, and Shaun Wainwright-Branigan transports the popular operetta from the capital of Austria to the capital of the Lone Star State, where one may easily find a "flutter-mouse" (to translate the German literally) or two million making their summer home under the bridge of the city's main avenue. Aristocrats of the 19th century are now technocrats of the 21st, a masquerade ball at a prince's palace is an Eeyore's Birthday-style costume party at the Driskill Hotel, and Rosalinde, the female lead, has become a yellow rose of Texas, hailing from Luckenbach..."

I Call B.S.
Playback hates on Grizzly Bear
DAILY Music  April 15, 2013, by Kevin Curtin
"...Spanning the varied sub-genres of Austin’s metal community, the lineup features the poisonous sludge of Rust, led by Dustin Bolf’s demonic howl over bone-saw guitar riffs and a wrecking ball rhythms. They share the bill with Sweat Lodge, an epic psych metal band with wailing vocals and the ubiquitous Hotel Vegas rhythm section of Caleb Dawson and Austin Shockley...."

That Wild Man
Gary Cartwright: The mad, mad, mad life of a Texas wordsmith
Arts Story  June 25, 2015, by Joe O'Connell
"...Later, Cartwright, now remarried, joined Shrake in waving to President Kennedy's motorcade moments before JFK was assassinated. The sportswriters were in Cleveland for a football game that the Dallas Cowboys inexplicably agreed to play the following Sunday, the day Ruby shot suspected assassin Lee Harvey Oswald...."

Panic Room
Fight Club. Se7en. The Game. Say what you will of David Fincher's films – too violent, too loud, too flashy, too convoluted – but like a toothy rottweiler with its...
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Film Review  March 29, 2002, by Kimberley Jones
"...The Game. Say what you will of David Fincher's films – too violent, too loud, too flashy, too convoluted – but like a toothy rottweiler with its eyes fixed firmly below the belt, David Fincher's films get you by the ball sac and don't let go..."

Benefits
  February 20, 1998
"...FRI 20 Mardi Gras Masked Ball to benefit Jack Sansing HIV Dental Clinic, at Four Seasons Hotel, 98 San Jacinto, 8pm-12:30am. Cost is $125 reserved; $75 general..."

Benefits
  February 13, 1998
"...447-8906. FRI 20 Mardi Gras Masked Ball to benefit Jack Sansing HIV Dental Clinic, at Four Seasons Hotel, 98 San Jacinto, 8pm-12:30am..."

Benefits
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  January 24, 1997
"...928-1144. THU 30 The Hamicks, Sap, and other bands perform to benefit Brown Hornet, at Flamingo Cantina. 474-9336. SAT 8 Mardi Gras Masked Ball Gala to benefit the Jack Sansing HIV Dental Clinic, at Four Seasons Hotel, 8pm..."

SXSW Music List 10
The Damned, 2 Chainz, War on Drugs, and 242 more added
DAILY Music  March 6, 2015, by Kevin Curtin
"...Locally, 30 more acts join the music conference, among them melodic punks Riverboat Gamblers, recent Chronicle coverboys DoWrong & Eric Dingus, former Johnny Cash pianist Earl Poole Ball, and Marcia Ball’s cosmic country survivors Freda & the Firedogs...."

Gay Place Top 10s: IIIII-dentity!
Ring it in gaily!
Columns  December 31, 2015, by Kate X Messer and Andy Campbell
"...NYE @ CUC Shake it down one last 2015 time against a backdrop of Total Unicorn 3-D vizualz, all set to the ear clang of Thelma & the Sleaze, Sailor Poon, Ramesh, the Sour Notes, Roses, Basketball Shorts, DJ GirlFriend (Ezra Edwards!) & DJ Side One Track One (John Laird!). Thu., Dec..."

Gay Place: Merry Soxmas
Ebony Stewart holds a sock drive as the holidays are upon us
Columns  December 23, 2015, by Kate X Messer
"...NYE @ CUC Shake it down one last 2015 time against a backdrop of Total Unicorn 3-D vizualz, all set to the ear clang of Thelma & the Sleaze, Sailor Poon, Ramesh, the Sour Notes, Roses, Basketball Shorts, DJ GirlFriend (Ezra Edwards!) & DJ Side One Track One (John Laird!). Thu., Dec..."

Benefits
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  January 31, 1997
"...477-6007. Mardi Gras Masked Ball Gala to benefit the Jack Sansing HIV Dental Clinic, at Four Seasons Hotel, 8pm..."

Texans Look To Snare Dolphins
Not your Same Ol' Texans!
DAILY Sports  September 15, 2011, by Barrett Walton
"...Indianapolis' offensive line is one of the worst in the NFL. It has always been masked by Peyton Manning and his ability to read defenses and deliver the ball quickly...."

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