The Blanton Museum of Art
"...For history, none of the local folks can top Long Horn Meat Co., owned by siblings Bill and Janet Leach, fourth generation meat-market owners. Says Janet, "My great-grandfather owned two meat markets in Austin in the 1800s. After World War II, my father, William Leach, went into the cattle business, and then decided to go into the meat business, opening on I-35 in 1952. In 1969, freeway construction caused him to relocate to our current location. He decided to take a 10-year break, but in 1980 he felt the calling to return to the business, opening as Long Horn Meat Co."..."
"...TOM LEACH: This Boston songwriter is the prototypical sleeper: no real buzz, but the folks who've seen him swear by him. While he mostly earns Johnny Cash-meets-the Smiths comparisons, his two Slow River sets are more versatile than that tagline suggests; he followed his ultra-depressing debut of home recordings with a rockin' live set..."
"...The catalogue divides the work into three sections. "The Studio Pottery Tradition, 1940-1970," includes Andreson, Michael Cardew, Coper, Hamada, Vivika and Otto Heimo, Toyo Kaneshige, Kanjiro Kawai, Bernard Leach, William Staite Murray, Antonio Prieto, Rie, Marguerite Wildenhain, and Beatrice Wood..."