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Tubular Tradition
Sausage stuffed the good ol' fashioned way
Food Story  July 27, 2012, by Mick Vann
"...We particularly like the Hot Gut, the Original Hot, Smokey D's Hot Links, and the Smoked Pork and Beef. As Jonathan says, "I would consider us traditionalists." Hudson's Sausage Co...."

A slick premise underlies this week's fresh-new-faces youth movie. For a term project, a group of college students starts a nasty rumor in order to understand the life cycle of...
Film Review  April 28, 2000, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Directed by: Davis Guggenheim. Starring: Kate Hudson, Joshua Jackson, James Marsden, Lena Headey, Edward James Olmos, Norman Reedus, Sharon Lawrence and Eric Bogosian..."

The Three Stooges
When I was a young boy, my father and I would wake up every Saturday morning to watch three hours of the Three Stooges, Laurel and Hardy, and the Little...

Film Review  April 13, 2012, by Marc Savlov
"...Directed by: Peter Farrelly and Bobby Farrelly. Starring: Sean Hayes, Will Sasso, Chris Diamantopoulos, Jane Lynch, Sofia Vergara, Jennifer Hudson, Larry David, Kirby Heyborne and Brain Doyle Murray...."

BMI Stage
Music Story  September 16, 2011, by Margaret Moser
"...Friday Shows Hudson Moore..."

SXSW Film Reviews
Screens Story  March 19, 2004, by Rachel Proctor May
"...Onetime legend Bobby Dukes (Corddry), who 10 years back defiled the great game of paintball by trying to cheat, is back, and ready to prove himself a changed man in the Hudson Valley Paintball Championship. Trouble is, nobody wants to play with him..."

Further Reflections
SXSW Film Festival
Screens Story  March 21, 1997
"...Dir: Jim Brennan; Prod: Kirby Warnock; DP: Randel Bird; Ed: Sandy Schwartz; with Don Henley, Dennis Hopper, Earl Holliman, Carroll Baker, Fran Bennett, Bob Hinkle, Rock Hudson, George Stevens, Jr., Don Graham...."

Holiday baking contest winners, Empty Bowls filled for Capital Area Food Bank, and helping hands for the holidays
Food Column  November 27, 2009, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Ste. A, 266-5666, with store manager Sharon O'Quinn and Hudson's on the Bend pastry chef Kelly Casey..."

Two Towers, Six Years, and 16 Millimeters
The remarkable journey – and uncertain toll – of Steve Bilich's 'Native New Yorker'
Screens Story  December 21, 2007, by Marc Savlov
"...Visually, "Native New Yorker" follows Bilich's friend and shaman trail scout Terry "Coyote" Murphy (half-Cherokee and half-Irish, shirtless and braided, and how's that for a native New Yorkian genome-scramble?) as he traverses from Inwood Hill Park – where Manhattan was "bought" with booze and beads in 1625 after Henry Hudson discovered the island on Sept. 11, 1609 – to not far from the World Trade Center, which plumes smoke in the background as emergency vehicles jitter in and out of frame, trailing ashy tendrils in their magnificently unnerving wake..."

A vat of news; plus, the summer Event Menu is heating up
Food Column  June 24, 2005, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Sharp says they've added decks for outdoor dining, a fence to block the lights and sounds from the Taco Cabana next door, and a stage for possible musical performances. All of this is making me very curious to see the charming old cottage in its new incarnation. Event Menu: June 25-30• Jeff Blank, chef/owner of Hudson's on the Bend, will sign copies of his second self-published cookbook, Fired Up! More Adventures and Recipes From Hudson's on the Bend, at both Breed & Co..."

Shattered Icon
Living Legend Ann Richards Steps Off the Pedestal
News Story  October 24, 1997, by Robert Bryce
"...He remembers the longshoremen drinking boilermakers in the morning and the bustling harbor, crowded with dozens of freighters and ocean liners. But more than anything, he recalls how polluted the water was and how no one in their right mind would have fished the Hudson Bay or the Hackensack River...."

Songwriter Symposium Launches Music Legends HOF
Austin Songwriters Group inducted Steven Fromholz and more
DAILY Music  January 20, 2016, by Doug Freeman
"...The inaugural class of inductees included Bob Livingston, Gary P. Nunn, Shake Russell, Craig Hillis, Ernie Gammage, David Moerbe, Bill Browder, Patterson Barrett, Roger Allen, Scott Newton, Kathleen Hudson, Mike Tolleson, Rich Minus, and Steven Fromholz...."

Who Let the Dogs Out?
A playlist for the dog days of summer
Music Story  July 16, 2015, by Raoul Hernandez, Kahron Spearman, Jim Caligiuri, Doug Freeman, Michael Toland, William Harries Graham, Tim Stegall, Marc Savlov, Jay Trachtenberg, Abby Johnston, Greg Beets, Margaret Moser, Thomas Fawcett, Neph Basedow and Kevin Curtin
"...An Oxford, Miss., trio and one of the prime proponents of the Nineties movement, Cary Hudson, Laurie Stirratt, and Frank Coutch loved their dogs, even titling their 1995 sophomore LP Dog Days. "Black Dog," a bluesy rave-up, yapped on the follow-up, 1997's Homegrown, and guests their hound perfectly, excitedly barking along to the song as it's being recorded in the studio. – Jim Caligiuri "Black Dog," Led Zeppelin..."

Church on Monday guitarist Jake Langley transcends jazz
Music Story  March 28, 2014, by Tim Stegall
"...A five-year NYC resident before moving to Austin in 2010, he logged half a decade with organist Joey DeFran­cesco, nabbed a Juno Award (Canada's Grammy) and a Canadian National Jazz award, and settled in Broadway pit orchestras from The Color Purple to Mama Mia. Even skimmed, the names on his résumé tumble forth: Jimmy McGriff, Steve Gadd, James Moody, Pee Wee Ellis, Garth Hudson, David Clayton Thomas, K.D..."

The Priests of Syrinx
What’s in a Rock & Roll Hall of Fame anyway?
DAILY Music  May 17, 2013, by Raoul Hernandez
"...After that, the segments get shorter – one number only – and the speechifying leaner and the thank-yous deeper and more affecting. Cheech & Chong (at the Moody Theater on May 31) honoring pop mogul Lou Adler prior to Carole King singing “So Far Away”; Donna Summer’s three daughters and husband of 32 years maintaining their composure and gratitude in the face of the disco diva’s death last year (Jennifer Hudson slays “Last Dance”); and Usher acing Michael Jackson’s “Rock With You” for the song’s producer Quincy Jones, who nets no less than Oprah Winfrey for his introduction...."

F1 Friction = Squealing Brakes
Will there be an F1 race in Austin? Not in the short term.
News Story  December 2, 2011, by Richard Whittaker
"...He even suggested to Agence France-Presse that a Mexican Grand Prix could be in the cards. That could have a far greater impact on the Austin event than a street race by the Hudson: The track was named Circuit of the Americas in part to represent its role as the nearest Grand Prix facility for much of South and Central America..."

Signed, Sealed and Delivered
Stevie Wonder, Arcade Fire, and Kanye West headline ACL 2011
DAILY Music  May 17, 2011, by Austin Powell
"...Patrice Pike, Jack Ingram, Ha Ha Tonka, Sara Bareilles, Francisca Valenzuela, City and Colour, Miniature Tigers, Cowboy and Indian, Wild Beasts, Little Hurricane, Tyler Bryant, Brandi Carlile, Hudson Moore, Phosphorescent..."

Off the Record
The Last Waltz: Looking back on the legacy of the Backyard and a tribute to Danny Roy Young
Music Column  October 24, 2008, by Austin Powell
"..."I wanted it to feel like the old Austin that I knew with the Soap Creek Saloon, from the mud in the parking lot to hearing guys like Doug Sahm," says O'Connor, who got his feet wet at Castle Creek in the 1970s before owning and operating the Austin Opera House (see "Ruling the Roost," June 1, 2001). He purchased the Backyard in January 1993 with Jeff Blank from Hudson's on the Bend, slowly transforming the venue into a 5,000-capacity Hill Country oasis, followed two years later by its Downtown counterpart, the Austin Music Hall..."

Letters @ 3AM
When your novel crawls along at about a paragraph per night and your apartment is tired of your company, then hooray for Hollywood and trans-fat popcorn: A summary of the movies seen by Ventura in 2006.
Columns  January 5, 2007, by Michael Ventura
"...Somebody should write Eddie Murphy a drama; he shows power and depth here. And surely Jennifer Hudson must star in The Aretha Franklin Story...."

Our readers talk back.
Columns  April 21, 2006
"...Hudson BendPlease ExplainDear Editor:..."

Wednesday Picks & Sleepers
Music Story  March 9, 2001
"...SUBSET: Subset is regret tempered with the sugar rush of the moment, served up on a jelly roll kept in perpetual motion by Silver Scooter drummer Tom Hudson. The power trio's Post-Parlo debut, Overpass, registered on a number of local Top 10 lists, and they look forward to expanding their tightly knit operation to parts unknown..."

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