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Jingle All the Way
Jingle All the Way is yet another scary, mean-spirited, holiday “comedy” that's about as much fun as a stocking full of dead spiders. Producer Chris Columbus scored a huge hit...

Film Review  November 29, 1996, by Marc Savlov
"...Starring: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sinbad, Phil Hartman, Rita Wilson, Robert Conrad, Martin Mull and James Belushi. Jingle All the Way is yet another scary, mean-spirited, holiday “comedy” that's about as much fun as a stocking full of dead spiders..."

All the Way With LBJ's Play
Bill Rauch talks staging 'All the Way' and 'The Great Society'
DAILY Arts  October 9, 2014, by Robert Faires
"...In two years, Robert Schenkkan's LBJ drama All the Way premiered at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival; moved to Broadway with Bryan Cranston starring; broke box-office records and won a slew of awards, including two Tonys; and was picked up by HBO for a film version. Now a sequel, The Great Society, is up and running at OSF...."

Going All the Way
A period piece set in 1954, Going All the Way captures the growing pains and the unlikely friendship that's formed between two young men who have returned to their hometown...
Film Review  October 24, 1997, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Starring: Jeremy Davies, Ben Affleck, Amy Locane, Rose Mcgowan, Rachel Weisz, Jill Clayburgh and Lesley Ann Warren. A period piece set in 1954, Going All the Way captures the growing pains and the unlikely friendship that's formed between two young men who have returned to their hometown of Indianapolis following their military service in the Korean War..."

All the Way
In Zach Theatre's staging of this epic political drama about LBJ, the fight for civil rights feels particularly urgent
Arts Review  April 30, 2015, by Robert Faires
"..."Is this America?" asks the woman, her voice ablaze with disbelief and outrage. She's just described her arrest, imprisonment in a county jail, and beating at the behest of a state highway patrolman – who ordered two prisoners to batter her with a blackjack as she lay face down on a bunk – all because she sought to register African-American citizens to vote in Mississippi..."

All the Way to State
A high school play contest might not sound like a big deal, but it is to the 18,000 students in 1,200 schools across Texas who participate in the state's UIL one-act play every year -- and here's a look at why.
Arts Story  May 12, 2000, by Sarah Hepola
"...Arriving at Bowie at 4:30 on a Wednesday afternoon, I see students spilling into the parking lot, making plans to hook up later, climbing aboard one of the yellow buses lining the curb. Just watching them, with their spangled butterfly clips and baggy pants, makes me seize up: I wonder about the clothes I am wearing, the way I should talk, the awkward in between-ness of my age -- an adult to them but not to me..."

Jimmy Buffett: A Good Life All the Way
The Parrothead behind the empire
Music Story  July 20, 2017, by Doug Freeman
"...Jimmy Buffett: A Good Life All the Wayby Ryan White Touchstone, 354 pp., $26.99..."

Jimmy Scott: Always All the Way
The legendary jazz singer died last week at 88
DAILY Music  June 19, 2014, by Bill Bentley
"...Over the next several months every time I’d visit New York I would look in the newspapers to see if Scott was performing. I didn’t know any other way to find him..."

Rob Reiner Goes All the Way With LBJ
Tackling the contradictions of the unexpected presidency
DAILY Screens  November 3, 2017, by Richard Whittaker
"...Taking that sliver of time, which is when he comes under the most pressure of having to assume the presidency with the death of a beloved president, feeling that the country will never accept him or love him the way they loved Kennedy, that to me is the opportunity to examine who this guy really was, and how he was able to overcome that, and then move forward with this great legislative agenda. [inset-1-right]..."

Swingle All the Way!
Stritch, Caruso deliver hit holiday cabaret from Birdland
DAILY Arts  December 20, 2016, by Robert Faires
"...JC: Well, a couple of years ago, I looked at my list of amazingly talented friends, and I thought, “Why aren’t we all working together?” I grew up watching … It always comes down to the Osmonds. It always comes down to the Osmonds..."

MLK All the Way
Over 10,000 folks came out to manifest Dr. King's vision
DAILY News  January 22, 2013, by Kate X Messer
"..."A person who helps society advance. Let's put it this way: A pearl doesn't happen if it doesn't have an irritant in the shell!"..."

When You're a Jet, You're a Jet All the Way
West Side Story revisited, and why Josh is an asshat
DAILY Screens  August 19, 2008, by Kimberley Jones
"...After reading your snarky cut-down of West Side Story – and, jeez, what did Russ Tamblyn ever do to you anyway? – I thought long and hard about whether or not it was ... hmmm....."

Cine Las Americas and LatinWorks Are Laughing All the Way to the Bank
Faux heist ad campaign is trying to raise $50,000
DAILY Screens  January 15, 2014, by Monica Riese
"...There's only one way to find out. Play along at"

The Way of the Gun
It should be obvious that a movie called The Way of the Gun is an unrepentantly violent and remorseless tale, as is fitting for a story about a couple of...
Film Review  September 8, 2000, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Starring: Geoffrey Lewis, Kristin Lehman, Dylan Kussman, James Caan, Scott Wilson, Nicky Katt, Taye Diggs, Juliette Lewis, Benicio Del Toro and Ryan Phillippe. It should be obvious that a movie called The Way of the Gun is an unrepentantly violent and remorseless tale, as is fitting for a story about a couple of hard-core criminals to whom mercy represents nothing but a river in England..."

That's the Way I Like it
Disco dead? Perish the thought. At least not in Singapore, circa 1977, an Americanized era of pleated bell-bottoms, white polyester sport coats, and the wandering spirit of youthful rebellion as...
Film Review  October 22, 1999, by Marc Savlov
"...Goei's feature debut is a wistful, humorous, but ultimately fluffy look at those halcyon days, before punk, junk, and the onslaught of the Eighties. Talented newcomer (to our shores, anyway) Pang plays Ah Hock, a teenage misfit who spends his days stocking shelves at the local mini-mart and his nights laboriously practicing kung fu moves before his mirror while a poster of the late Bruce Lee looks down from above..."

The Way Back
In this film set in 1940 and directed by Peter Weir, seven multinational prisoners in a Siberian labor camp escape and walk 4,000 miles to safety in India.
Film Review  January 28, 2011, by Marc Savlov
"...Smith, puts it bluntly right off the bat when he tells new gulag arrival Janusz (Sturgess) that "kindness will get you killed here," and, indeed, small mercies are in woefully short supply as this sextet of the damned makes a mad dash out of the gulag and into the teeth of a howling blizzard (the better to hide their tracks), and from thereon into all manner of natural and man-made perils. Essentially a tale of the indomitable human will to survive, The Way Back is more notable for its mind-bending visual depiction of this insane trek (the film was shot on location in Pakistan, Morocco, and Bulgaria) than anything it has to say about either Stalin's brutality or the human spirit (surprise! it's uncrushable!)..."

Breakin' All the Rules
Despite the title of this sugar-coated fluffbomb of an urban romantic comedy, precious few rules are broken, cinematically speaking, during its quick, painless 90 minutes.
Film Review  May 14, 2004, by Marc Savlov
"...Foxx plays Quincy, a book editor who, as the film opens, has gathered his friends and co-workers together to announce his impending nuptials to sex-kitten-cum-girlfriend Helen (Lawson). As so often happens in these situations (and you’d think by now Hollywood males would have the foresight to do away with these potentially emasculating gatherings altogether), Helen announces she has no intention of marrying Quincy and instead is flying off to Paris with his best man..."

All the Real Girls
There’s a Silver Jews song called "Inside the Golden Days of Missing You" that laments the twin states of getting over love and getting over getting over love: "and then...
Film Review  April 25, 2003, by Kimberley Jones
"...Starring: Paul Schneider, Zooey Deschanel, Patricia Clarkson, Benjamin Mouton, Maurice Compte, Danny McBride and Shea Wingham. There’s a Silver Jews song called "Inside the Golden Days of Missing You" that laments the twin states of getting over love and getting over getting over love: "and then the feeling fades away, but you sort of wish it would have stayed." All the Real Girls is those words put to pictures, but not at first..."

All the Pretty Horses
This much-storied and long-in-the-making film adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's widely cherished Western novel is neither the sacrilege that McCarthy's true believers feared nor the epiphany for which fans of the...
Film Review  December 29, 2000, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Perhaps it's a lack between the two leads of that ineffable thing called “chemistry,” or maybe it's a lack of vision. Either way, this centerpiece does not have the weight to anchor the film..."

Vortex Repertory Company's The Way She Spoke
At the Vortex, Isaac Gomez's drama made us remember the lost women of Juárez
Arts Review  January 25, 2018, by Robert Faires
"...It was when the names were spoken that things got real. Up to that moment, everything happening in The Way She Spoke: A Docu-Mythologia felt contained within a fictional frame, that of an actor arriving at a darkened theatre to read a new play by someone she knows..."

Getting Bitter All The Time
Daniel Clowes' new book presents a cretin with a heart of, well, flesh.
DAILY Books  July 2, 2010, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...You have to read Daniel Clowes’ new graphic novel Wilson at least twice. You read Wilson the first time, you might come away with an overwhelming feeling of what an unsympathetic schmuck the main character is. Not bitter and arch in an entertaining Lloyd Llewellyn way or with the slapstick angst of Ivan Brunetti, ho ho ho, but …..."

Showing the Way
The 2006 class of the Austin Arts Hall of Fame
Arts Story  June 2, 2006, by Robert Faires
"...They seek out promising new talent and give them the space and resources to develop into strong, vital creators. They explore new outlets for making and appreciating art, founding organizations and events that can connect culture with the community in innovative and invigorating ways..."

Point Austin: The Way Things Are
Another victory for judicial fairness leads to … more discrimination at the polls
News Column  April 13, 2017, by Michael King
"...That fact suggests some of the desperation underlying these persistent attempts by Anglo Republican officials, accustomed to being in charge of everything Texan, to make certain that the way things are remain the way things are. It was only last month that another federal court ruled that the 2011 congressional district maps, drawn by that same Legislature, unconstitutionally discriminated on the basis of race..."

The Way of Wrenfro
Fastballer Tony Scalzo delivers heat in Strange Brew residency
DAILY Music  November 4, 2014, by William Harries Graham
"...The sextet’s guitarist Chris Gebhard chimes in: “Wrenfro is the band I’ve always wanted to be in – great songwriting, great band.”..."

The Way of the 'Food Forest'
Locavores planting seeds for the next phase of urban agriculture
News Story  February 14, 2014, by Anna Toon
"...For Walsh, one of the greatest joys of the food forest project has been seeing the way it inspires such a diverse range of people, from neighborhood seniors to environmental justice advocates looking for ways to expand food access. The East Feast Coalition came to fruition in November 2012 when 20 people representing different parts of an emerging sustainable food system in East Austin gathered in Walsh's backyard..."

Better All the Time
Cabaret and musical legend Barbara Cook is still learning
DAILY Arts  September 19, 2013, by Robert Faires
"...You may think Barbara Cook hit the heights musically on Broadway in the Golden Age of Musicals, but the original Cunegonde in Candide, Marian the librarian in The Music Man, and Amalia in She Loves Me begs to differ. This stage treasure, performing at Bass tonight, insists she's a better singer today than she was five years ago...."

The Way It Is and Isn't
Ben Rubin's art installation at UT shows the gap between TV news in Cronkite's time and now
Arts Story  September 7, 2012, by Robert Faires
"..."Like everyone else, I associate him with the space program, with 1960s optimism. He represented the aspirations of America in a great way, and that's a voice that's hard to find right now..."

City Council: All the Agenda That Fits
Mobility, budget, lobbyists, density … and more
DAILY News  August 17, 2016, by Michael King
"...At 94 items, Thursday’s City Council meeting agenda is about as lengthy as they come. It’s your chance to weigh in on the budget planning – public hearings begin in the early evening – along the way, the Mobility Bond is up for final approval, and plenty more on the to-do list...."

Party All the Time
'Much Ado' and much fun with Whedon, Acker, and Denisof
DAILY Screens  June 21, 2013, by Robert Faires
"...Denisof: No, no. I mean it in a good way...."

Alamo South Pulls Out All the Stops For Closing Bash
Cramming everything you love about the Drafthouse into one night
DAILY Screens  December 19, 2012, by Kimberley Jones
"...GIRLIE NIGHT: PRETTY IN PINK To celebrate the end of an era at the Lamar theater, Girlie Night is kicking it high school style and throwing a cinematic prom. Come dressed in your finest pink ensemble (bonus points if you sew it yourself) and enjoy the John Hughes classic that created teams (Blaine vs Duckie!) way before Edward and Jacob..."

The Way We Watch Now
Is theatrical-on-demand the next big thing?
Screens Story  June 22, 2012, by Richard Whittaker
"...Then think of all the indie filmmakers whose films never make it to a regular cinema. And now think of all the film fans staying away in droves – wishing an archive print of Battleship Potemkin was playing rather than Battleship..."

Sillakh Wants To Change the Way You Look at Boxing
And save his sport in the process
DAILY Sports  April 26, 2012, by Kenny Pailes
"...If audiences could just see higher-quality fights, they would view boxing as the cunning, fast-paced battle of wits as much as fists that it is. He doesn't approve of the way boxing's current curators seem to allow the best fighters to avoid each other, and he is willing to be the voice of a new era that would put an end to exhausting dramas like the Mayweather-Pacquiao perpetual card tease..."

The Q&A Hole: Considering All the Different Gods Available to Humanity, How Do You Choose Which One to Believe In?
With Russell Glasser, Cristine H. Legare, David Wheeler, and more.
DAILY Chronolog  October 25, 2016, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Russell Glasser, president of the Atheist Community of Austin: None of them, obviously. We should believe things based on available evidence. People always try to cope with the unknown by inventing stories about all-powerful beings that explain everything ....."

Maybe, In Heaven, All the Toothpicks Taste Like Single Malt Scotch
But you can get 'em that way – and more – at Austin's STAG shop.
DAILY Design  November 3, 2014, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...So: These toothpicks come 12 at a time, each dozen in a small Daneson-branded brownglass test tube that's been corked & sealed. As noted above, they're sturdy, tapered microcylinders of northern white birch; and their taste is not overpowering at all (unlike those cinnamon toothpicks from back in gradeschool days, always the rumor of that one kid who chewed too many & had to go to the emergency room with a chemically burned mouth, remember?)..."

Checking All the Connections
Intersections of the inside and outside and queerness...
DAILY Qmmunity  November 10, 2010, by Julie Gillis
"...The show seemed very queer to me in the way it was shaped, the vision of how the audience was to experience the life in question, the levels of permission the audience gave or refused in bearing a physical witness to a life. It wasn't narrative, so while I learned a great deal about her, I have no idea who she is..."

The Way We Were
On the eve of his move to New York City, playwright and Austin Script Works Artistic Director John Walch reflects on the development of Austin's theatre scene during his time here.
Arts Story  December 13, 2002, by Molly Beth Brenner

Homemade and Horny: Just the Way We Like 'em
New Gay Placer Lola Houston celebrates the gay old season with some fab gift suggestions.
DAILY Qmmunity  December 13, 2009, by Lola Houston
"...For those of you less interested in a very horny Christmas, Etsy is great for all things handmade and not off an assembly line. I always feel good giving a person money for something they personally made..."

Hate To See Austin go the Way of Other Cities
Postmarks  March 31, 2012
"...Austin needs a lot more affordable housing. What about building more affordable housing in the Mueller development area and in the East Riverside area? I hate to see Austin go the way of Boulder, Colo.; Portland, Ore.; and Palo Alto, Calif..."

Doesn't Let Mere Facts Stand in the Way of His Agenda
Postmarks  June 10, 2004
"...Dear Editor, The U.S. taxes more corporate income at higher rates than most of the world but mere facts won't stand in the way of Jim Hightower's class-warfare agenda ["The Hightower Report," June 4]. The U.S..."

The Way to a Fan's Heart
15 Minutes of Good Service
  September 5, 1997, by Bernadette Noll
"...I was walking through my neighborhood not too long ago with a friend whose band had recently had some success. As we walked, we spotted a woman, about a block away, who appeared to be making a beeline for us..."

Letting Facts Get in the Way
Postmarks  August 19, 2012
"...Or, in the case of Mr. Hightower, "Scalia bad, and don't let the facts get in the way of a good takedown." But I hold The Austin Chronicle to a higher standard..."

Why Do Texans Let Weather Get in the Way?
Postmarks  January 17, 2007
"...C'mon, folks; if it's bad enough to close down much of the city, it's bad enough to salt. Obviously, there are a lot of people who will have to drive in it anyway; certainly they deserve to have safer roads under their wheels..."

The Way They Get By
Spoon ladles up another winner
Music Story  August 23, 2002, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Britt Daniel: It's really hard for me to describe things like that, I just know that when we set out to record it, we wanted it -- in a very basic, and not good way of describing it -- to be more like Series of Sneaks. I wanted it to be a little bit weirder than Girls Can Tell..."

All the Pain Platinum Can Buy
Music Story  December 11, 1998, by Andy Langer
"...It's hard not to notice that in separate interviews, months apart and fully outside each other's earshot, Miles Zuniga and Joey Shuffield both quote the same music industry dictum as a way of explaining what keeps them going when they're already going around the clock. "Anytime I start to lose focus, I remind myself of being in the van and wondering if my day job was going to take me back six weeks later," says Shuffield, Fastball's drummer..."

Pao's Shows the Way Beyond Kung Pao ChickenModern Chinese Secret
Food Story  February 23, 1996
"...Several friends, many of them longtime Austinites who eat out often, had never heard of this unassuming source of authentic Chinese cuisine. While always packed during weekday lunch, Pao's is rarely more than half full in the evenings or during weekend dim sum...."

All the King's Men
Collaborators paint a picture of the Pearl King
Music Story  May 4, 2007, by David Lynch
"...I think Rajamani's way out there, routinely conjuring the essence of what makes music interesting rather than getting hung up on the pedantic particulars of its creation. When done well, music should appeal to a fundamental sameness of people on a human and, dare I say, spiritual level, which makes all cultural and ethnic divides superfluous..."

All the Gory Details
The Maestro of movie make-up Tom Savini talks about George Romero, the increasing popularity of CGI, and what it felt like to shoot a crotch-gun.
Screens Story  March 24, 2000, by Jerry Renshaw
"...It's a thrill, seeing a picture of the place with a poster for a Douglas Fairbanks movie in front. But anyway, I went to college and enlisted in the service to stay out of Vietnam..."

Where Have All the Cowgirls Gone?
Austin's Female Country Singers
Music Story  November 14, 1997, by Louisa C. Brinsmade
"..."I think they saw me as someone who could be a big money-making artist," recalls Willis, "but the records [I made for MCA] always suffered, because there was a huge difference of opinion. I wanted to take my time to become somebody -- like Iris DeMent, who is an artist trying to make good music..."

n all the universe,
Columns  January 19, 1996
"...It's a monstrous misconception to think, as many do, the great 49ers teams were pass-happy units. Those teams always had great running backs..."

The Way We Watch Now: Case Studies
Five experiments in theatrical-on-demand
Screens Story  June 22, 2012, by Richard Whittaker
"...Tugg reached out to Snyder last fall. "I wasn't sure that it was going to be the right fit, but I'd always wanted to do features," notes Snyder..."

Texans 'Undefendable' Offense Leads the Way in '11
Playoffs or bust
DAILY Sports  September 9, 2011, by Barrett Walton
"...It's hard to do. The expansion rules have always put new teams at a decided disadvantage with two noteworthy exceptions, the Carolina Panthers and the Jacksonville Jaguars..."

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