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The Tree Play
For this story of a rain forest over a lifetime, Robi Polgar created a living, breathing poem
Arts Review  August 13, 2015, by Shanon Weaver
"...The "tree" of the title, played at the start by Susan Peter­son, Bird Caviel, and Blake Robbins (and later joined by most of the remaining cast), was constantly in motion, blown both gently and ferociously by the winds of Toni Bravo's stunning choreography. April Perez Moore effortlessly embodied the girl, whose protective relationship with the tree and the forest (along with other characters throughout her life) was the core of the story..."

The Sun Also Rises
Out of tragedy blooms East Cameron Folkcore.
Music Story  April 2, 2015, by Doug Freeman
"...Frontman Jesse Moore growls aggressively to the soaring vocals of his wife, April Perez, on keys. Guitarist Blue Mongeon, trombonist Blake Bernstein, and Phil Patterson on mandolin all shout harmonies in response..."

Cream of the Crop
Nominations for the 2005-2006 Austin Critics Table Awards
Arts Story  May 19, 2006, by Robert Faires
"...Local critics have put their heads – and pens – together to recognize the year's most exceptional work in theatre, dance, classical music, and visual art. The nominations for the 2005-2006 Austin Critics Table Awards, covering the period from May 1, 2005, to April 30, 2006, were assembled by an informal affiliation of arts writers, consisting of the Austin American-Statesman's Michael Barnes (arts), Jamie Smith Cantara (theatre/music), Clare Croft (dance), Randy Harriman (music), Erin Keever (visual art), Sondra Lomax (dance), David Mead (music), Tommy O'Malley (theatre), Joey Seiler (theatre), Jeanne Claire van Ryzin (arts), and Holly Williams (dance); and the Chronicle's Elizabeth Cobbe (theatre), Heather Barfield Cole (theatre), Rachel Koper (visual art), Nikki Moore (visual art), Barry Pineo (theatre), and Robert Faires (arts)..."

SXSW Live Shot: East Cameron Folkcore
Austin’s indomitable new-era Springsteens
DAILY Music  March 18, 2015, by Doug Freeman
"...The local outfit led off its opening SXSW showcase slot with a blistering statement of intent, Mario Savio’s 1964 “put your bodies upon the gears” speech broadcasting into the explosive “Robin Hoods Rise” from standout 2013 sophomore outing For Sale. Likewise, frontman Jesse Moore pulls no punches in railing against predatory loans through “Sallie-Mae,” cast as a bitter lovers ballad...."

First Listen: East Cameron Folkcore’s Election Ode
Heavy folk orchestra’s seasonal anthem
DAILY Music  October 31, 2014, by Kevin Curtin
"...“The bill on Capitol Hill, hanging lifeless and alive, screaming, ‘Please don’t make me go in there, to the House where everything dies,’” sings Jesse Moore in the song’s refrain...."

Show and Tell
Spring Previews 2000
Screens Story  February 25, 2000, by Marjorie Baumgarten, Sarah Hepola and Marcel Meyer
"...D: Scott Elliott; with Sigourney Weaver, Julianne Moore, David Straithairn, Chloë Sevigny...."

Courting Change
Travis County needs a new civil and family courthouse – and a new way of doing business
News Story  May 4, 2012, by Mike Kanin
"...A year before the county began its comprehensive look at its facilities, a simmering dispute over both managerial policy and personal disagreements between former head of Administrative Operations Alicia Perez and then-Human Resources Director Linda Moore Smith boiled over into a full-blown war, ending in lawsuits and county settlements. The dispute eventually forced out both officials and left an outsized question mark hanging over the upper levels of county organization...."

2002 Texas Book Festival Schedule
Books Story  November 15, 2002
"...11-11:30am GER TentStephen L. Moore..."

SXSW Film Releases Full Feature Lineup
Slate includes everyone from Wes Anderson to the Zellners
DAILY Screens  January 30, 2014, by Monica Riese
"...Johnson Two Step is a fast-paced Texas thriller in which the lives of James, a directionless college dropout, and Webb, a career criminal with his back against the wall, violently collide. Cast: Beth Broderick, James Landry Hébert, Skyy Moore, Jason Douglas, Ashley Rae Spillers (World Premiere)..."

Off the Record
A personal introduction to 'The Austin Chronicle Music Anthology'
Music Column  March 4, 2011, by Austin Powell
"..."We've got to do something different," exclaimed David Garza when approached about the Chronthology release party. So the effusive pop chameleon assembled this one-time-only collaboration with folk wallflower Abra Moore and Poi Dog Pondering mainstay Frank Orrall, anchored by what he called "the police lineup for acoustic 1990s main offenders": bassist Bruce Hughes, drummer Chris Searles, percussionist John Nelson, guitarist Adam Sultan, and cellist Mark Williams. The Crack Pipes..."

All Wrapped Up
From biopics to end-of-day thrillers, a look at the films you'll be standing in line for this Christmas.
Screens Story  November 26, 1999, by Marjorie Baumgarten, Sarah Hepola, Marcel Meyer and Marc Savlov
"...D: Neil Jordan; with Ralph Fiennes, Julianne Moore, Stephen Rea...."

Dancing About Architecture
Music Column  January 28, 1999, by Ken Lieck
"...Abra Moore just got back from a sweet gig, performing an acoustic set along with Lisa Loeb, Lyle Lovett, and Duncan Shiek as part of the first Sundance Film Festival Music Studio, a concert filmed and audiotaped by the Sundance channel for release as a CD and possible video. HBO and VH1 have also expressed interest in the show sight unseen, and their interest is liable to increase, says Moore's management, as the footage "turned out much better than anyone expected." If nothing else, look for the show sometime in the future on the Sundance Channel (if you move somewhere that actually carries it) and the album on the Beyond label (current home to Blondie and Mötley Crüe)......"

A Whole Lotta Lava Going On
Winter/Spring Movie Sneaks
Screens Story  February 14, 1997, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Of course, it's the town's distinctive natural resources -- successful old movies and TV shows -- that are being recycled. Slated for release between January and May are modern updates of McHale's Navy with Tom Arnold and Disney's That Darn Cat, Jungle 2 Jungle's Americanization of the inexplicably successful French film Little Indian, Big City, and Val Kilmer's reincarnation of The Saint (a character played in different decades by George Sanders and Roger Moore)..."

Off the Record
A walk on the wild side of SXSW 2008
Music Column  March 21, 2008, by Austin Powell
"...The iconic Velvet Underground pioneer was a no-show for Alejandro Escovedo and Okkervil River at Stubb's and Roky Erickson at both the Austin Music Awards and his Ice Cream Social, all events rumored to be on Reed's short list of possible guest spots. Composer Steve Reich conversed with Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore, and fresh from recording sessions with Brian Eno and U2, Daniel Lanois premiered his new album and documentary, Here Is What Is..."

Wednesday Sleepers
Music Story  March 7, 2008
"...11pm, Maggie Mae's Rooftop With last year's eponymous debut on Peek-a-Boo Records, Austin's Peel laid down a set of slacker anthems worthy of Pavement. Allison Moore's keys birthed pop slathered with the distortion fuzz of Josh Permenter's guitar and shouted harmonies of Dakota Smith..."

And the Award Goes to ...
The 2006-2007 Austin Critics Table Awards
Arts Story  June 8, 2007, by Robert Faires
"...Critics participating in this year's awards, covering the period from May 1, 2006, to April 30, 2007, were the Austin American-Statesman's Michael Barnes (arts), Clare Croft (dance), Randy Harriman (music), Erin Keever (visual arts), Sondra Lomax (dance), David Mead (music), Joey Seiler (theatre), and Jeanne Claire van Ryzin (arts) and the Chronicle's Salvador Castillo (visual arts), Elizabeth Cobbe (theatre), Amanda Douberley (visual arts), Patti Hadad (theatre), Rachel Koper (visual arts), Nikki Moore (visual arts), and Robert Faires (arts). Obligatory ethical note: Critics refrained from nominating themselves or members of their families for any awards and refrained from voting in any category in which the critic or a family member was nominated.THEATREProduction, DramaIn On It, dirigo groupProduction, ComedyThe Assumption, Refraction ArtsProduction, MusicalParade, Mary Moody Northen TheatreDirectionMarcus McQuirter, Funnyhouse of a Negro..."

Nominations for the 2006-2007 Austin Critics Table Awards
Arts Story  May 18, 2007, by Robert Faires
"...The number of awards still aren't even across the disciplines, but they're considerably closer – theatre (10), dance (6), classical music (8), performing arts design (5), visual arts (8) – and we'll continue to refine them in the future. That said, the nominations for the 2006-2007 Austin Critics Table Awards, covering the period from May 1, 2006, to April 30, 2007, were assembled by the following arts writers: the Austin American-Statesman's Michael Barnes (arts), Clare Croft (dance), Randy Harriman (music), Erin Keever (visual art), David Mead (music), Joey Seiler (theatre), and Jeanne Claire van Ryzin (arts) and the Chronicle's Salvador Castillo (visual arts), Elizabeth Cobbe (theatre), Amanda Douberley (visual arts), Patti Hadad (theatre), Rachel Koper (visual arts), Nikki Moore (visual arts), and Robert Faires (arts)..."

In Good Taste
The Texas Hill Country Wine & Food Festival and the value of terroir
Food Story  March 30, 2007, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Jeri Moore's vibrant poster art for the 2007 Texas Hill Country Wine & Food Festival (at right) evokes images of the best aspects of the annual event. The painting celebrates the romance of enjoying good food and wine in a lovely pastoral setting, surrounded by the abundance of agriculture..."

TV Eye
"Down There" gets its proper due on HBO.
Screens Column  February 8, 2002, by Belinda Acosta
"...Official entry forms must accompany all entries and are available at KLRU's official Web site: Award Winners The Writers Guild of America recognized brothers and writing partners Glen and Les Charles with the highest honor given for television writers, the Paddy Chayefsky Laurel Award. The Charles brothers' career took off in 1974 when they began writing episodes for M*A*S*H; they later penned scripts for The Mary Tyler Moore Show and The Bob Newhart Show..."

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