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Kerouac-loving road trip stalls out fast.

Film Review  April 13, 2018, by Danielle White
"...Watching Baja is sort of like reading a short story by that insufferable creative writing student who so obviously worships Jack Kerouac. Imitation is flattery until it becomes a waste of everyone’s time..."

Dust to Glory
The Baja 1000, the longest off-road race in the world, is captured on film by Step Into Liquid's Dana Brown.
Film Review  April 29, 2005, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...(Brown, the son of The Endless Summer documentarian Bruce Brown, may be genetically predisposed to this kind of man-against-himself-and-the-elements kind of sports filmmaking.) However, things do not go as well for Brown in his move from water to land. Dust to Glory is a total hodge-podge of relatively random footage from the Baja 1000, the longest off-road race in the world..."

A Different Kind of Taco
Baja-style tacos are Rosarito’s specialty, and Austin’s obsession
Food Story  August 23, 2018, by Aaron Teel
"...Constantly on the move, Rosarito's Baja-style taco and ceviche trucks are making fresh waves in a scene grown somewhat stagnant with oversaturation. In 2014, when Carlos Acosta and his cousin Mauricio Davila first parked their brightly painted taco truck alongside the other food trucks then lining the empty lot at the southwest corner of Fifth and Colorado, they were just hoping to find their place in Austin's crowded taco scene, and to offer, as Acosta says, "a different kind of Mexican food from what [people are] accustomed to in Texas."..."

Miss Bala
Drug cartel action gets an unexpectedly glamorous makeover
Film Review  February 1, 2019, by Danielle White
" a makeup artist, a regular everywoman eating shit at work like the rest of us and feeling pretty insignificant against the day-to-day shuffle. A weekend trip to Tijuana, her hometown, to help her friend Suzu (Rodlo) prepare for the Miss Baja California beauty pageant changes all that..."

Extreme Days
Extreme sports -- skate and snow boarding, surfing, paintball intifadas and the like -- have rarely been as markedly unexciting as they are in this road trip through mediocrity which...

Film Review  October 5, 2001, by Marc Savlov
"...Not only is he crazy, this Matt, but he's plainly infatuated with Christian “Hellion” Glover, aping that lovable indie madman's bizarrely halting speech patterns and quirky facial tics to a T. (And you thought Bam Margera was a loose cannon.) Setting out in their “Joyota” (half Jeep, half Toyota, all fun!), this quartet of guys tools down to the Mexican Baja for some X-treme surfing, all of which is captured in grainy 16mm from a long way off..."

Alejandro Escovedo’s Hurricane Honeymoon
Rocker’s Category 4 account: “I thought, We might not make this"
DAILY Music  September 23, 2014, by Tim Stegall
"...Alejandro Escovedo married Nancy Rankin in a private ceremony in Austin on September 6. The following morning, they flew to Mexico’s Northern Baja California region to honeymoon with a friend in Pescadero, just outside La Paz..."

Fables of the Reconstruction
Todos Santos Music Festival, on the edge paradise & progress
DAILY Music  February 1, 2013, by Doug Freeman
"...About 45 miles north of Cabo San Lucas, on the resort-riddled southern tip of the Baja Peninsula, sits Todos Santos, a quiet hamlet on the new four-lane highway running northeast to La Paz...."

Lucie 'splains It All
Austin Cabaret presents Lucie Arnaz, and here we have a lovely convo.
DAILY Arts  February 10, 2011, by Kate X Messer
"...He was getting out a Spanish book here, we're trying to bone up on it a little bit before we try to go. We're also going back down to Baja, California, where my father built a house..."

After a Fashion
Your Style Avatar yearns for ... patchouli?!
Columns  March 19, 2010, by Stephen MacMillan Moser
"...After the exhibit, we retired to Mark's other house, next door, where he actually lives, for a dinner party that was definitely a consciousness-raising affair. It was a cross between a pagan feast, an artists' salon, and a performance by the Baja Marimba Band..."

Austin City Limits, cannonized!
Music Column  April 23, 2004, by Christopher Gray
"...Only in Austin. Daniel Johnston's famous antenna-eyed frog mural has gone from nearly vanishing when California-based restaurant chain Baja Fresh took over the old Sound Exchange location at 21st and Guadalupe to, via a sleeve patch of that same frog, becoming part of the employees' uniform..."

Historic Varsity Theater Mural Mutilated
Construction endangers the iconic movie mural at 24th and Guadalupe
Screens Story  May 20, 2011, by Richard Whittaker
"...4, 1998). Similarly, in 2004, fast-food chain Baja Fresh Mexican Grill backed down from plans to remove the famous "Hi, How Are You" frog by Daniel Johnston from the old Sound Exchange building farther down Guadalupe (see "TCB," Music, Jan..."

Holiday Tamales
Unwrap a taste of the holidays
Food Story  December 17, 2010, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Berryhill Baja Grill (3600 Capital of TX Hwy. N., 327-9033) Preorder beef, pork, chicken, bean, or spinach-and-corn tamales in packs of three, six, or 12...."

Cooking With the Seasons at Rancho la Puerta: Recipes From the World-Famous Spa
Cooking with the Seasons offers a seasonal assortment of enticing yet very simple recipes and menus
Food Story  January 16, 2009, by Claudia Alarcón
"...Author Deborah Szekely invented the destination fitness resort and spa in 1940 when she opened Rancho la Puerta, now known as Baja California's premier resort spa. For Szekely and co-author chef Deborah Schneider, "food is the very force of life, and eating simply and healthfully is one of life's most profound pleasures." For anyone who loves cooking – and eating – as much as I do, this statement makes perfect sense..."

Another lightning round of local food news
Food Column  November 21, 2008, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Check out their hot and cold sandwiches, chili, salads, and desserts daily from 10:30am to 9pm... The owners of Berryhill Baja Grill & Cantina (3600 Capital of TX Hwy..."

Off with our heads on some misreporting of the Lazy Fork Barbecue legacy; plus, an Independence Day Event Menu
Food Column  June 30, 2006, by Virginia B. Wood
"...From what we hear, the Best on Ice Tea Tasting at the Tea Embassy (900 Rio Grande, 330-9991) was a refreshing success and will become an annual summer event. The Moroccan Ginger Mint Tea from the upcoming Lambert's Downtown won both the Critics' and the People's Choice awards with Arkie's Secret Blend placing second with the critics and Berryhill Baja Grill's Baja Tea placing second with the crowd..."

American Boy
Chris Isaak's drummer Kenney Dale Johnson: From Soap Creek to Showtime
Music Story  July 5, 2002, by Margaret Moser
"...San Francisco Days (1993), Forever Blue ('95), Baja Sessions ('96), and Speak of the Devil ('98) followed. Silvertone was Grammy-nominated, continued to win more Bammies, and Isaak's cinematic profile (That Thing You Do, Grace of My Heart, Friends, Little Buddha) kept the band in the spotlight..."

Between Worlds
Cine las Americas Festival of New Latin American Cinema
Screens Story  April 21, 2000
"...Baja, California: El Limite del Tiempo..."

Food Top Tens 1996: A Year of Good Tastes
Top Ten Bites of 1996
Food Story  January 10, 1997, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Baja fish tacos at La Salsaphotograph by John Anderson 1. Manuel's relleno en nogada..."

Catherine Hardwicke Unloads With Miss Bala
Twilight director and UT grad heads across the border for new film
DAILY Screens  January 31, 2019, by Richard Whittaker
"...AC: And the location is everything. There's never a moment when you're not aware that this is California and Baja California...."

Five Can’t-Miss Austin Food & Drink Events This Week
You know you love a good local deal
DAILY Food  January 29, 2019, by Emily Beyda
"...This week, it’s Cuban chicken or tofu simmered in citrusy Cuban mojo sauce with organic mango black bean salad and organic cilantro lime rice. The rotating menu includes combos like turkey (or quinoa cashew) loaf with garlic mashed potatoes and lemon roasted broccoli, beef or mushroom bolognese with salad and garlic bread, baked potatoes with turkey, tempeh chili with veggie toppings and Baja slaw, or barbecue chicken/seitan with vegan potato salad and baked beans..."

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