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Faster Than Sound: Pop Goes the Arts District
Fight over an empty lot near Riverside Drive intensifies, Xetas’ Kana Harris will open Bluebonnet Records in Lockhart, and Why Bonnie get a peachy opening gig
Music Column  January 10, 2019, by Rachel Rascoe
"..."On the plane, it was one of those sobering moments when you're literally realizing your dreams," adds Blair Howerton, provider of the locals' potent songwriting, billowing lead vox, and guitar accompaniment. "With music, you have to take every success as an achievement."..."

Why Bonnie
Music Review  June 21, 2018, by Rachel Rascoe
"...Now assembled as a quintet, Why Bonnie's second EP offers a charming grab-bag. Playfully mellow "Gold Rush" introduces Blair Howerton's lush voice, which weaves nimbly through Kendall Powell's punchy synth..."

10 Free Week Acts to Watch This Weekend
Keep an eye out for these musicians in 2019
Music Story  January 3, 2019, by Rachel Rascoe, Libby Webster, Rick Weaver, Dan Gentile, Kevin Curtin, Doug Freeman, Jeremy Steinberger and Tim Stegall
"...5 Why Bonnie's pearly dream-rock teeters between gauzy simplicity and the shadowy ache of plunging into the darkest parts of yourself. Helmed by guitarist/vocalist/founder Blair Howerton, the Austin group's excellent 2018 EPs, debut In Water and Nightgown, swim through a haze of memories and longing: cerebral, subtle, and tender studies of grief and love..."

Why Bonnie
Music Review  April 5, 2018, by Libby Webster
"...Initially the bedroom recording project of Blair Howerton, local fourpiece Why Bonnie now pulls back the covers and squints into the outside world. In Water floats a sleek, dream-pop EP tinged by lingering melancholy, which quivers around the glaze of its bright, glittering sound..."

DVDanger: Alexandra Essoe Gazes Through Starry Eyes
Horror star talks body image, body horror, and audition angst
DAILY Screens  February 7, 2015, by Richard Whittaker
"...Coffee Town (Shout! Factory) A real change of pace for Austin native Palicki, who, between John Wick and Agents of SHIELD, is making a serious name as an action star. Here she plays the romantic fascination of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia's Glenn Howerton, who spends all his time using his local coffee shop as his home office..."

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