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Wallace Shawn's 'A Thought in Three Parts': The author approves
After making a special visit to Austin to see Rubber Repertory's production of his play A Thought in Three Parts, Wallace Shawn called it 'an incredible moment in his life'
Arts Story  June 1, 2007, by Robert Faires
"...Matt Hislope and Josh Meyer of Rubber Repertory had been thrilled just to have Wallace Shawn give his blessing to their production of his notoriously sexual 1975 play, A Thought in Three Parts. Then Wally came to town..."

Page Two: Mutiny: A Ballet in Several Parts
Part II, Illustration Not Validation
Columns  May 14, 2010, by Louis Black

Top 10 Most Memorable Locally Produced Live Performance Offerings that I Chanced to See in 2007 (A Hierarchical List)
Chronicle Arts writer Barry Pineo on the most memorable moments onstage in 2007
Arts Story  January 4, 2008, by Barry Pineo
"...1) A Thought in Three Parts (Rubber Repertory) This unashamedly obscene, relatively old Wallace Shawn script was considered by many to be unstageable, until Austin's Rubber Rep took it on. Challenging? You betcha..."

Top 10 Favorite Arts Events Across The Disciplines (In No Particular Order)
Chronicle Arts writer Wayne Alan Brenner on his favorite arts events in 2007
Arts Story  January 4, 2008, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...3) A Thought in Three Parts (Rubber Repertory) Rubber Rep brought Wallace Shawn's previously "untouchable" play from the Seventies – featuring a middle section with more extreme sexual hijinks than a "Ron Jeremy Live at Fuckfest '82" highlights reel – to the stage fully realized, treating all parts of the triptych with unerring accuracy. Funniest goddamn thing I've seen in years, and it reportedly brought playwright Shawn (in town to attend the opening) to tears with its excellence...."

Three for the Barre
With a serious amount of movement taking place on the Austin dance scene, the Chronicle asked three of its dance critics to review recent programs by Ballet Austin, Tapestry Dance Company, and the Latino dance festival Collectivos.
Arts Story  October 29, 1999, by Ada Calhoun, Dawn Davis and Barbejoy A. Ponzio
"...She was this pretzel. I was wondering what that part was about because it was so different from the other parts..."

Doug Dorst puts the S. in 'Ship of Theseus' with this JJ Abrams Collaboration
The author presents his new literary creation at BookPeople tonight
DAILY Books  December 9, 2013, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...No, let's instead sit down at a coffeehouse with the author and a few other local literati and have a gabfest about it. Many voices, many opinions, much arcane information explained or hinted at – kind of like parts of the book itself, right?..."

I Hear a Symphony
Composer Kent Kennan has been an essential voice in America's musical counterpoint since 1936 when he won the Prix de Rome Composition Prize. Now, at age 90, he'll hear the Austin Symphony play his composition for the very first time.
Arts Story  January 31, 2003, by Jerry Young
"...Kennan's towering musical gifts had a way of humbling his students -- to illustrate a musical point, he often would open up a full orchestral score at the piano and play it up to speed, transposing the clarinet, horn, and trumpet parts on the fly -- but the man was humble himself, and in an often divided faculty, he played the peacemaker...."

The Kids in Ed Hall
Ed Hall in La-La Land
  May 19, 1995, by Greg Beets
"..."I was terrified," says Hardy. "It took me a tour to learn the parts, and it took me another tour to feel like I was in the group because they play so weird and different..."

Buck Dharma in the 21st Century!
Epic Q&A with Blue Öyster Cult’s “Reaper”
DAILY Music  August 9, 2017, by Raoul Hernandez
"...AC: How much was a song like “Golden Age of Leather” completed before the band began working on it, because there’s so many moving parts to it...."

An Austin D.A. Turns to Detective Novels
Q&A with Mark Pryor on his Paris-set Hugo Marston mysteries
DAILY Books  October 10, 2012, by Jordan Smith
"...Austin Chronicle: I've never been to Paris, but reading this book made me want to go. I've read other books that are set in Paris or have parts that touch Paris, but they've never made me really want to go..."

Scott McCloud in Austin with The Sculptor this Weekend
The affable theorist of Understanding Comics waxes all fictional.
DAILY Books  February 4, 2015, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Brenner: Are there parts of The Sculptor, whether intentionally or otherwise, that sort of provide examples of your observations and theories from Understanding Comics?..."

Watson Wants Travis Whole in SBOE
Senate committee moves map keeping Travis split
DAILY News  April 27, 2011, by Lee Nichols
"...In the letter, he complained that, “Travis County has a population of 1,024,266, enough to serve as the anchor of a complete State Board of Education district without dividing the county. Instead, the proposed map cuts the county in two parts for no apparent reason.”..."

Girl in a Band: Kim Gordon
Q&A with Sonic Youth bassist about her new memoir
DAILY Music  February 26, 2015, by Neph Basedow
"...KG: I’m a little nervous about things getting pulled out of context, like in the press. Like, The Guardian ran some “10 Things You Didn’t Know About Kim Gordon”-type list, which surprised me for them, and of course they only pulled the really gossipy parts..."

Terry Maker's "Holy Fool" is a Divine Manifestation of Art
New show at grayDUCK Gallery rewards your closest attention
DAILY Arts  April 24, 2015, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...3) By providing evidence of extreme craft, of hours upon hours upon days and weeks and months spent in skilled efforts to render, finally, the artist’s vision in corporeal form. We don’t especially like Thomas Edison in these parts (because Tesla), but that thing he supposedly said about “10% inspiration and 90% perspiration” really resonates inside our handiwork hearts...."

The Hottest Race in Texas
The David Fisher-Todd Staples Senate Contest in East Texas Will Decide the Fate of the State Senate -- and the U.S. House
News Story  October 27, 2000, by Michael King
"...Those include the northern area District 11-Palestine (Staples' now-open and traditionally Democratic seat), where Democrat Hopson is battling Republican bank vice-president Woodard; the mid-East Texas District 9-Nacogdoches, where far-right Republican incumbent Wayne Christian is being strongly challenged by Nacogdoches County Sheriff Joe Evans; and the southern District 18-Livingston, where Democratic incumbent Dan Ellis is once again facing a well-funded Republican challenger, Ben Bius. (The mostly rural Senate District 3 is spread north and south across East Texas, including all or parts of 17 counties, from just outside Tyler to the edge of Beaumont..."

Sculpting a School
David Deming on the Art of Being a Dean
Arts Story  August 29, 1997, by Robert Faires
"...DD: The college has matured, I think, in this way. When I got here 25 years ago, major parts of the college hadn't been paying much attention to what was going on everywhere else..."

Playback: Lost in the Silent City
Crowdsourced sci-fi, getting steamy with Black Pistol Fire, and a mighty storm of music
Music Column  September 28, 2017, by Kevin Curtin
"...Christ. Had I ruined the show by noodling beyond my designated parts?..."

A Hollywood Twist
Ilan Mitchell-Smith, the "other dude" from Weird Science, reflects on his Teen Beat past and on co-star Anthony Michael Hall.
Screens Story  November 8, 2002, by Sarah Hepola
"...How did that happen? After a 10-year career in films, including parts in The Wild Life and The Chocolate War and several subsequent years of painful bottom-scraping, Mitchell-Smith came to realize that his passion and talents might lie beyond panties-on-the-head comedy. "One of my first memories is looking at a little knight that I have and thinking, 'This is the neatest thing I own in the world,'" he says..."

How to Be a Popular Girl
What will shy novelist Sarah Bird do now that she's back in the limelight, Dick Holland asks in this profile of the author of The Yokota Officers Club.
Books Story  June 22, 2001, by Dick Holland
"...Terry Galloway, creator of Jake Ratchett, Short Detective, for Esther's Follies, "married" us, reading from my romance novels. She made George vow to "fondle" all appropriate parts and me to promise to surrender to the "whirling vortex of desire" and for both of us to fill all "aching chasms." A surprise wedding -- it was a great, great evening...."

Media Watch: The Rag in the Modern World
Olde Austin Ragsters revive in a digital age
News Story  February 12, 2010, by Kevin Brass
"...They're working in a media landscape light-years removed from the offset printing presses of their youth. While the original Rag would be lucky to sell 15,000 copies on Austin street corners, the 3-year-old Rag Blog attracts 45,000 unique visitors a month, drawing comments from Russia, Japan, and all parts of the globe..."

A Recipe for Revolution
Food, Inc. serves up some scary facts on food production in America
Screens Story  June 19, 2009, by Nora Ankrum
" by no means the first documentary to tackle the topic, either – an increasing number of similarly themed efforts have been making the film fest rounds, including The Future of Food, Super Size Me, The Price of Sugar, and King Corn. But while each of those focuses on particular parts of a broken system, Food, Inc..."

A Theatre Mecca?!?
Honest, Some Folks Move to Austin for the Theatre
Arts Story  July 18, 1997, by Adrienne Martini
"...No, that doesn't mean that it's easy. But it does appear to be much easier than in other parts of the country..."

Q&A: Austin’s Coastal Neighbors
How Galveston looks to its past to prepare for its future – and what that means for Austin
News Story  September 11, 2009, by Kate X Messer
"...If you were above that, which Brandon was – his ground floor is at five, but he's elevated so he has a house on stilts, and Lyda Ann's house is in the inner core of the city, which was higher – [then you fared better]. Tying this into her comments earlier, not only was there a Seawall, but there was a grade raising [mandated after the 1900 storm, which makes parts of the island higher than others]..."

In Memoriam
The Austin State Hospital Cemetery is the long final home for thousands
News Story  May 27, 2005, by Cheryl Smith
"...First, no bodies are buried above one another, he says, despite the fact that the practice is legal in Texas. (At least one row of the cemetery, however, is dedicated to random body parts..."

Gricelda Silva, Equal Parts Pragmatism and Whimsy
For five years, the actress has been among the busiest and best on Austin's stages
Arts Story  September 24, 2015, by Caitlin Greenwood
"...This is the ebb and flow of Silva: insatiable curiosity that resolves into a solution. She's equal parts pragmatism and whimsy..."

The Most Dangerous Man in Austin?
Cody Wilson's day-to-day life is pretty routine. But the product he's selling threatens to make gun control laws obsolete.
News Story  November 19, 2015, by Chase Hoffberger
"...The Ghost Gunner may use old technology, but it truly is the first product of its kind: a hands-free machine made to produce the most coveted piece of a gun. Other parts – the stock, sight, and barrel, for example – can be purchased online with a credit card..."

Five Years of No-Kill in Austin
What has the city learned about animal welfare, and how far does it have to go?
News Story  December 22, 2016, by Nina Hernandez
"...Austin's animal loving community worked to weave no-kill into the city culture. But there were also questions in the early stages of no-kill from parts of the animal welfare community who remain skeptical of the city's policy to this day..."

Preserving a 'Special Kind of Place'
Scott Swearingen on the ‘environmental city’
News Story  April 23, 2010, by Nora Ankrum
"...The real effect was not planning; it was politics. It was the case that the people who did Austin Tomorrow hoped they were crafting a plan that would guide growth and preserve those parts of Austin they felt gave it its distinctive identity..."

Page Two: A Constant Marvel
Binder, Beck, and the Big Red Cheese
Columns  December 18, 2009, by Louis Black
"...When talking about Captain Marvel's success, he always made it clear that he wrote for Beck. Visually, Beck was simply a great storyteller; he had an outstanding story sense and would often change the scripts that Otto sent him to improve the narrative flow or eliminate or revise the weaker parts...."

Three Faces of Steve
Actor Steve McDaniel Shows His Different Sides
Arts Story  September 6, 1996, by Robert Faires
"...So, last fall McDaniel made a commitment to himself. He would spend the next year pursuing parts that would show the breadth of his talent, that would allow some of his hidden personalities to surface..."

Theatre in the Round (Rock)
Penfold Theatre makes its entrance up north – where it's always wanted to be
Arts Story  August 6, 2010, by Robert Faires
"..."Despite all the planning we have done and continue to do, it sometimes still feels like we're making it up as we go," adds Jerkins. "It's all a surprise, and that is equal parts invigorating and nerve-racking."..."

A Veteran's Voice
Playwright Johnny Meyer returned from war to learn that theatre is essential to life
Arts Story  March 22, 2013, by Jillian Owens
"...It changed my life for the better and allowed me to slay a demon in front of a public audience." On working with Meyer, Loehlin said, "The interesting thing about Macbeth is that he is a soldier who has the imagination of a poet, and Johnny certainly fit the bill in both of those categories. I had a lot of reasons for wanting to see him in that role – his interest in verse, his leadership, his experience at Winedale the previous summer, and some of the parts he had taken then – but certainly his military service provided him with one angle of approach to the character that other students wouldn't have had..."

Chinese New Year in Austin: A Sort of Parallax View
Leng Wong and Cindy Soo tell it like it is
DAILY Chronolog  February 18, 2013, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Wong: It's Taiwanese Mandarin-speaking, but I would say, um, half of them? So half of them are originally from various parts of East Asia, I guess. And, again, that's an example – like the Vietnamese community would have their own thing that's pretty much all the Vietnamese people...."

Half a World Away, and at War
How one journalist went from a desk job to covering the war in Congo
Books Story  May 16, 2008, by Kimberley Jones
"...I'm now writing another book with a 20-year-old Malawian kid who builds windmills out of old tractor parts and blue-gum trees and powers his village. It's inspirational and hopeful, and exactly the remedy I needed after Congo...."

Three Canyons
The Southwest Edge of Texas Hill Country -- Home to Lost Maples and Garner State Park -- Is Rich in Both Beauty and History
Features Story  May 18, 2001, by Brant Bingamon
"...No one name sums up this three-canyon region; the inhabitants identify themselves with whichever canyon they live in and with the Hill Country in general. It includes the counties of Real, Bandera, and parts of Edwards, Uvalde, and Kerr..."

It Was a Very Good Year
Jason Phelps on 12 Months of Exceptional Stage Projects
Arts Story  August 7, 1998, by Robert Faires
"...It's a pretty safe place to learn from your mistakes, and that's incredibly valuable. I think when people come to do theatre here from other parts of the country, they are aware of that in the audience..."

Fantastic Fest Is Here To Bash Your Brains In
Shock, schlock, and awe at America's premier genre fest
Screens Story  September 21, 2012, by Marc Savlov
"...Ascher steps through parts of The Shin­ing frame-by-frame, and then backwards, all while the conspiratorial – and often disconcertingly convincing – commentators reveal the obvious to be both ominous and arcane. The effect is akin to watching a quintet of Shining scholars try to out-master each other with a Kubrick's Cube..."

Brothers in Arms
Jeff Nichols' Southern Gothic family saga, 'Shotgun Stories'
Screens Story  June 27, 2008, by Spencer Parsons
"...But he showed up totally into it and bringing so much. Most of the cast were friends of mine, and I'd written their parts for them, but they just saw him and what he put into it and went, "Yeah, this is it." I'm gonna look back on it and see it as a learning curve that Mike Shannon helped me with..."

Down & Out in Atlanta
The Official Crock of the '96 Summer Olympics
Features Story  September 22, 2000, by Jonathan Hennessey
"...Scott was in his late 20s. He worked at an auto parts store in Stone Mountain, Georgia, but lived in Atlanta..."

The Other Stars in the Galaxy
Screens Story  May 20, 1999
"...Kate Winslet plays a single mother who packs up her two daughters and departs with them from London for the exoticism of Morocco. This filmed-in-Marrakech indie is the first film Winslet chose to make after her success in Titanic..."

A Nightmare for DREAMers
Ending DACA affects an estimated 124,000 Texans
News Story  September 28, 2017, by Mary Tuma
"...When Judge Orlando Garcia temporarily blocked the law in August, said Greg Casar, the area's representative on City Council, the market resumed in full swing. And now, another wave of unease has fallen over the community because of the DACA decision and recent ruling from the 5th Circuit reversing certain parts of Garcia's ruling ("Travis County to Comply With All ICE Detainers After 5th Circuit Ruling," Sept..."

Our Country Mapped in Music
The Austin Symphony's concert with Grantham's Southern Harmony, Copland's Appalachian Spring Suite, and Gershwin's Second Rhapsody gives audiences a chance to hear how some composers describe an American sense of place through music
Arts Story  March 19, 2004, by Robert Faires
"...The astonishing thing about this journey through the eastern United States – besides the fact that you can make it in less than two hours without ever leaving your chair – is that you're seeing all those landscapes with your ear. George Gershwin, Aaron Copland, and Austin composer Donald Grantham have managed to evoke the distinctive characters of New York City, Appalachia, and the South, respectively, through music, using tools of their trade – melody, rhythm, tempo, harmonics, and the like – essentially to "map" these parts of our country...."

Boxed In
Trying to Get Organized
  January 3, 1997
"...And let's face it: Cabinets and closets have doors for a reason. If your closets and cabinets are spotlessly clean, color-coded and perfectly organized, why would you want to hide them behind closed doors? The truth is, houses, like people, have parts of them that should be kept private--places that are somewhat out of order, or even in complete disarray..."

No Way To Pick a Senator
It's Sadler vs. Yarbrough and Dewhurst vs. Cruz in this month's primary run-offs
News Story  July 20, 2012, by Richard Whittaker
"...... Now you're stuck in the end of July, with heavy vacation time and heat that's just unbelievable." In the Texas summer, simple but essential parts of a campaign, like blockwalking, are now officially dangerous for your health..."

A Place To Land
With 'A Place To Land,' dancer Leticia Rodriguez realizes a longtime dream of producing an event that encompasses the idea and meaning of home inside an actual residence
Arts Story  June 9, 2006, by Barry Pineo
"...As with Home Entertainment, A Place to Land is less a show than a concert, a gathering. Presented in two parts, the first focuses on five women who live in the past, present, and future of the house, utilizing music, dance, video, and spoken word, both live and recorded, by Rodriguez, vocalist Suzi Stern, and choreographer Sharon Marroquin..."

Safety in Words
If there is drama in Laura Furman's stories, Robin Bradford writes, it is not usually the life and death kind. It is the daily, wearing, ineffable drama of living as a human island among others who invariably seem more attractive, more connected, or simply more "normal."
Books Story  April 20, 2001, by Robin Bradford
"...And she stopped being able to cope with her life at all. Her writing was a way of dealing with different parts of her personality, an outlet for her individuality." She pauses to consider the question again..."

Smoke Gets in Your Mouth
Food Story  May 20, 1999
"...Yet the Mikeskas have nevertheless carved a comfortable niche for themselves in the pantheon of Texas barbecue all-stars. All five of Rudy Mikeska's brothers have opened barbecue joints of their own in other parts of Texas..."

Up in Smoke
Centennial Residents Get Fired Up, Then Shafted
News Story  January 24, 1997, by Kayte VanScoy
"..."The purpose of security was to keep people out of the building, not for the purpose of protecting stuff," she says. Neimann points out that because the building was so destroyed, allowing renters to retrieve their belongings without first assessing which parts of the building were safe to enter would have risked lives...."

Three Businesses Sprout in New Development, the Yard
Trio makes their way through Austin’s burgeoning artisan food world
Food Story  September 29, 2016, by Adrienne Whitehorse
"...But even after construction wraps, the Yard will maintain an industrial vibe. "All these buildings have always had people in there making motorcycle parts, buses ....."

To Build a Courthouse
Current civil courthouse leaves a lot to be desired
News Story  September 17, 2015, by Michael King
"...In any case, we receive 200,000 people passing through this building a year, climbing the stairs or using one of the two elevators," which have become increasingly difficult to maintain. "We can't order parts for them anymore; they have to be specially fabricated."..."

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