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The Box
Donnie Darko director Richard Kelly goes for full-fledged suspense in this studio thriller.
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Film Review  November 13, 2009, by Marc Savlov
"...Starring: Cameron Diaz, James Marsden, Frank Langella, Sam Oz Stone, Gillian Jacobs and James Rebhorn. Based very loosely on a short story by original Twilight Zone scribe Richard Matheson, The Box is a convoluted and capricious morality tale that cobbles together sci-fi, absent body parts, NASA, Sartre, and Cameron Diaz into a not-altogether-functional mix that is nevertheless creepy on its own terms..."

Box Sets/Reissues
The Disco Box
Music Story  April 8, 1999
"...More book than box per se, The Disco Box, compiled by Billboard and A&R veteran Brian Chin, is a 4-CD, 60-page tribute to the dancing queen. According to its producer, it also purports to "illuminate and document disco's other two elements: the music and the DJs." Huh? The haphazard, non-linear liner notes attempt to tell the real story of the club and DJ culture of the Seventies ooh-ooh dance scene, but succeed only at confounding anyone bothering to read the editor's nightmare..."

Monster in a Box
By now, we know the drill. One lone man, on a stage, behind a table, with open notebook, spare set and sparse music by Laurie Anderson. The man is Spalding...
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Film Review  June 12, 1992, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...It's an amazing thing to witness one person speaking for 90 minutes and holding an audience with few props other than his voice, gestures, synaptic wanderings, comic sense and narrative timing. In Monster in a Box, Gray manages to draw on these same talents to create a self-invented space that welcomes the audience in while imposing his own perceptions on their experience..."

How the Caja China Roasting Box Got Its Nicknames
Hot box cooking method delivers delectable pork
DAILY Food  June 25, 2013, by Mick Vann
"...If you've ever spent the weekend in a small town in Louisiana, you probably observed someone using what is referred to as a "Cajun microwave." It's a rectangular wooden or metal box with a tight fitting lid. Smoke and the mouthwatering aroma of roasting pork were probably pouring out...."

Box of Moonlight
Al Fountain (Turturro) is a humorless, uptight prig. He's a man who's not happy being who he is but he's also incapable of changing his behavior, and this, too, makes...
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Film Review  September 19, 1997, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...When Al's out-of-town job assignment is temporarily shut down, instead of going back home to his family Al impulsively rents a car and goes off in search of a lake in the area that he remembers having visited as a child (and also presumably remembers once having experienced what it was like to have fun). It's during this journey that he meets up with the Kid (Rockwell) -- a carefree, modern-day, wood sprite manboy in a coonskin cap, who lives on the land in a gutted-out trailer among a phantasmagoria of detritus, pilfered lawn ornaments and boxes of moonlight..."

Chinese Box
In the new movie by Wayne Wang (Chan Is Missing, The Joy Luck Club, Smoke), you can't scratch yourself without knocking elbows against the enigmatic metaphors crowding in on all...
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Film Review  May 15, 1998, by Russell Smith
"...Starting with the portentous title, the complex political issues of Hong Kong's transfer from British to Chinese rule are variously symbolized by hacked-open fish with hearts still beating, a jilted and disfigured young woman, and a pathetic dog who amuses his master by running to exhaustion on a treadmill. Unfortunately, even for a fan of Wang's earnestly humane cinema, Chinese Box is likely to invoke yet another image: a slightly confused-looking Chinese-American man flinging random buckets full of shit at a movie screen and hoping something sticks..."

A Chinese Odyssey Part One: Pandora's Box
Wildly ambitious and structurally frustrating, yet quite funny and entertaining, Jeff Lau's first film since the disappointing Chow Yun Fat vehicle Treasure Hunt is also his best since his absurd...
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Film Review  May 19, 1995, by Joey O'Bryan
"...Wildly ambitious and structurally frustrating, yet quite funny and entertaining, Jeff Lau's first film since the disappointing Chow Yun Fat vehicle Treasure Hunt is also his best since his absurd 1993 masterpiece Eagle Shooting Heroes. And while this two-part epic (Pandora's Box, the first installment, plays this weekend; the second film, Cinderella, comes in two weeks) never quite achieves the relentlessly inventive comic momentum of Eagle Shooting Heroes, A Chinese Odyssey: Pandora's Box does manage to surpass it in terms of sheer imagination and fantasy..."

Billy Bragg
In Box
Music Review  August 25, 2006, by Marc Savlov
"..."Difficult" third album Talking With the Tax Man About Poetry (1986) found all this hooligan-hollering backed for the first time by a band, which netted Bragg the lump-in-the-throat poignancy of "Levi Stubbs' Tears" and the wry, cold-war witticism of "Help Save the Youth of America," as well as the bracing a cappella anthem "Hold the Fort." Only Volume 1's DVDs fail to inflame either heart or head, despite historical performances such as Bragg playing a schoolroom in Sandinistan Nicaragua. Ultimately the box would have benefited from a more comprehensive set of liner notes and visual ephemera..."

Box Sets
Herbie Hancock
Music Story  December 11, 1998
"...Even if Hancock lacks (or simply doesn't aspire to) his mentor Miles' odd negative charisma, he has traced a similarly jagged line through jazz history for nearly 40 years. This 6-CD box set captures a few of the more important zigs and zags along the way, as well as making clear the knack for blending tradition and innovation he has maintained through all the changes..."

Getting Outside the Box
Will City Council decide to give job applicants with criminal records a "fair chance"?
News Story  October 8, 2015, by Amy Kamp
"...Despite that, employers can get into trouble with the federal government for discriminating solely on the basis of a criminal record, if that discrimination both "significantly disadvantage[s]" people of a specific race, national origin, or other protected category, and "do[es] not help the employer accurately decide if the person is likely to be a responsible, reliable, or safe employee." But that rule is hard to enforce. An employer could get in trouble for refusing to consider all applications with checked criminal history boxes, but they're allowed to decide that they don't want to hire any particular person on the basis of their criminal record..."

More Big-Box Brawling
Battle brewing in Lakeway over putting big-box store on city-owned land
News Story  January 26, 2007, by Kimberly Reeves
"...A battle is brewing in Lakeway over putting a big-box store on city-owned land on State Highway 71, land the city desperately wants to develop to provide much-needed sales-tax revenue to the city's home-heavy tax rolls...."

Put That in Your Big Box and ...
Activist groups beg to differ with the city's big-box report
News Story  October 15, 2004, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...Almost a year ago, when activists convinced a City Council buffeted by Lowe's and Wal-Mart to ask for a study of the impact of big-box retail, it seemed clear what such a study would conclude: that big boxes harm local independent business – a species whose health and welfare is a prime focus of City Hall policy – and cost their host communities more than they return in tax revenue. It took until June for the study, commissioned from Jon Hockenyos of Texas Perspectives and Scott Polikov of Gateway Planning Group, to appear at City Hall, by which time the groups who'd sought it – including Liveable City, Austin Full Circle, and the Austin Independent Business Alliance – were no longer surprised that it came to quite different conclusions...."

Austin @ Large: The Big-Box Big Deal
Little things mean a lot, but design standards aren't simply superficial
News Column  April 2, 2004, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...While you were drinking, listening to the hot Aussie bands, and/or watching basketball, hardier souls than you have spent Mad March cogitating over big-box retail and its discontents. City staffers, consultants, boards and commissions, stakeholder groups, and the other Oompa Loompas appear to be heading for the homestretch, and City Hall should be able to articulate a strategy for combating commercial sprawl and its resulting environmental, economic, and architectural damage soon, before its attentions get fully consumed (again) by the city's fiscal and budgetary problems...."

The Good Eye: Tales From the Minority Box
Women of color talk about the casting bias
Columns  March 5, 2015, by Amy Gentry
"...But Straw's not in Kansas anymore; she's in Austin, trying to get work as an actress in a town where film roles are limited and women's roles even more so. On top of the double-bind faced by the Austin film actresses I spoke to for Parts I and II of this series ("Tales From the Beauty Box," Feb..."

Good Eye: Tales From the Quirky Box
More side-eye examination of "quirky" female film roles
Columns  February 26, 2015, by Amy Gentry
"...Unlike the actors I interviewed for "Tales From the Beauty Box," Feb. 20, Beeler doesn't often get called in to audition for Hot Chick #2..."

David Box: Box on sax
An Austin musician takes Adolphe Sax's horn back to its classical roots
Arts Story  March 13, 2009, by Robert Faires
"...Thanks to the likes of Boots Randolph and Sonny Rollins, most folks don't think of the saxophone as an instrument for playing classical music. But David Box is doing his bit to change that..."

Point Austin: Thinking Outside the Box
Stacy Mitchell examines the megaretail culture and the tools required to dismantle it
News Column  November 24, 2006, by Michael King
"...My favorite anecdote in Stacy Mitchell's new book, Big-Box Swindle, is self-referential. Discussing the buying power of the major bookselling chains, which has begun to directly influence even which books get published, Mitchell cites parenthetically her own experience...."

The Good Eye: Tales From the Beauty Box
Side-eyeing the confines of female film roles
Columns  February 19, 2015, by Amy Gentry
"...For women, however, the range of available types is narrower, the flexibility to move between them nonexistent, and the expiration dates for most non-negotiable. Actress Kelli Bland (Austin High, The Man From Orlando) put it this way: "You have your box, and you have to be your box..."

Video Box Sets
Screens Story  December 11, 1998, by Jerry Renshaw
"...So you've made the list, trying to steer clear of the boring old mundane gifts like underwear, socks, sweaters (useful about five days a year in Austin), checked it twice, don't give a damn who's naughty or nice, but you've still got one person who is just plain difficult to buy for. How about video box sets? They're the gift that keeps on giving, at least until video is completely superseded by DVDs...."

The Good Eye: Tales From the Aging Box
Two actresses opine on when the only opportunity left is to play a mother. (Or a grandmother.)
Columns  March 12, 2015, by Amy Gentry
"...But any actress will tell you: That bridge is coming for them all. The Austin actresses I've interviewed for this series ("Tales From the Beauty Box," Feb..."

Austin @ Large: Big-Box Breakdown
Impact? What impact? The city's slothful retail strategy.
News Column  July 9, 2004, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...I was at City Hall last week and asked one VIP to comment on the big-box retail study presented to the City Council last week. "It was amazing!" this person said, tongue wedged somewhere between cheek and eardrum..."

Big-Box Ban Bollixes Up Lowe's Plans
The City Council's moratorium slows down the hardware giant's settlement deal
News Story  October 31, 2003, by Amy Smith
"...A 45-day moratorium on big-box retail projects over the Edwards Aquifer has thrown a monkey wrench into Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse's hook-or-by-crook development efforts. Despite the City Council's near unanimous agreement on the temporary ban, lawyers and lobbyists for Lowe's had hoped council members would deliver a vote today (Thursday) on an offer they couldn't refuse: a 162,000-square-foot store over the aquifer -- or else...."

A Big Box Full of Big Boxes
The latest on the Wal-Mart, Lowe's, and Eckerd's controversies
News Story  November 7, 2003, by Amy Smith
"...On a brighter note, Daryl Slusher last week directed the city manager's office to establish guidelines for a study that would examine the economic, social, and environmental impact of Wal-Mart and other big-box retailers' expanded presence in Austin. The council will vote this week to go ahead with the study, first recommended by the city Zoning and Platting Commission when it endorsed the zoning requests for Wal-Mart's Slaughter Lane and Ben White projects...."

Follow the Bouncing Big Box
Amended version of Big Box Ordinance bounces back down from council to the Planning Commission, hangs in review limbo
News Story  January 19, 2007, by Katherine Gregor
"...An amended version of the Big Box Ordinance has bounced back down from council to the Planning Commission; with the commission's Jan. 16 meeting canceled due to weather, the ordinance still awaits a new review...."

Here a Box, There a Box, Everywhere a Big Box
One Lowe's, two Wal-Marts, and three sets of angry Southside citizens
News Story  August 22, 2003, by Amy Smith
"...This particular dispute is the least publicized of the three big-box battles currently playing out south of Ben White. More energy has gone into trying to prevent two super-stores from being built on top of the increasingly endangered Edwards Aquifer -- another proposed Wal-Mart Supercenter at MoPac and Slaughter and a Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse on Brodie Lane in Sunset Valley -- than it has to a proposed development in the preferred growth corridor along I-35...."

The Beatles
Music Review  October 2, 2009, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Peppers isn't alone in its dichotomy. Differences between the Beatles' two behemoth box sets of remastered catalog play out like Civil War North/South politics...."

Fuse Box: Supercharged
In its third year, Refraction Arts' Fuse Box Festival has evolved from the Little Festival That Could into the Amazing Colossal Fest
Arts Story  April 13, 2007, by Robert Faires
"...Ever seen a fuse box explode?..."

E-Voting in the Hot Box
Activists meet at the Capitol to address cybervoting threats to democracy
News Story  July 16, 2004, by Lee Nichols
"...Eddie Rodriguez and Lon Burnam and Austin Mayor Pro Tem Jackie Goodman) called on Texas Secretary of State Geoffrey S. Connor to require that all electronic voting systems print out a paper version of a cast ballot that can be verified by the voter before being deposited into a ballot box...."

Joke in the Box
Encapsulation of Rhino Records' comedy box sets
Music Story  December 10, 1999, by Ken Lieck
"...Come on out -- it's safe to laugh now. Perhaps the best thing about the invention of the compact disc is the resultant proliferation of box sets -- enabling artists' entire careers, or at least large samples thereof, to be collected in an easily carried package..."

Other Box Sets
Books Story  December 11, 1998, by Margaret Moser
"...Sometimes they're for kids, like the Keepsakes series, and sometimes they're most definitely for adults or at least teens, such as The Return of the Tribal: Body Adornment Kit. They are the box sets of the book world, not simply a collection of titles in a gift sleeve but gifts that do more than offer reading -- you can play with them...."

Charles Bradley
Music Review  December 6, 2018, by Thomas Fawcett
"...Long before he became Daptone Records' leading man and the "Screaming Eagle of Soul," Charles Bradley doubled as Black Velvet, a James Brown impersonator performing in a Brooklyn night club. Released on what would have been his 70th birthday, the Black Velvet Deluxe Box pays loving tribute in eulogizing the late, great soul singer, who died last year..."

Selling Feminism One Box at a Time
Girl Scout cookies are arguably the most misunderstood foodstuff in American culture
Food Story  January 21, 2016, by Melanie Haupt
"...Think of how you can buy a box of cookies and have them sent to American troops stationed overseas. The uniquely American connotation of Girl Scout cookies serves to turn that box of snacks into a gesture of patriotic symbolism...."

Pink Floyd: Dark Side of the Moon
When the album becomes Immersion
Music Story  December 9, 2011, by Austin Powell
"..."Are you afraid of dying?," asks bassist Roger Waters in a handwritten note, labeled "Questions for Assorted Lunatics," in one of countless bonus features included in the album's 3-CD/2-DVD/1-Blu-ray Immersion box set. "When were you last violent? Were you in the right?"..."

Fuse Box by Day
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Arts Story  April 25, 2008, by Robert Faires
"...Twilight of the Little Boxes..."

Follow the Bouncing Big Box
Big Box ordinance winds its way back to council
DAILY News  January 15, 2007, by Katherine Gregor
"...A revised version of the Big Box Ordinance bounced back from council to the Planning Commission for review on Jan. 16. A key change forwarded by City Council Member Lee Leffingwell was a developer-friendly provision to allow a single, combined public hearing for 1) the big-box retail conditional-use permit and 2) rezoning..."

Richard Thompson
Gift Guide
Music Review  December 8, 2006, by Jim Caligiuri
"...The perfect Richard Thompson box set would feature his beginnings with pioneering British folk band Fairport Convention, his work as a sideman with artists like Sandy Denny, then an overview of his solo work, including a healthy helping of his ex-wife Linda. It would stress his uncommon talents as a guitarist and songwriter by spotlighting his studio albums, but also contain some marvelous live performances, with rarities to accent Thompson's ability to entertain..."

Suicide Box
Bringing IT to YOU (NR, 60 min.) and Suicide Box (NR, 13 min.) are two videos that investigate corporate sabotage and the confused role of technology in contemporary culture. The...
Film Review  October 25, 2000, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Directed by: @tmark. Bringing IT to YOU (NR, 60 min.) and Suicide Box (NR, 13 min.) are two videos that investigate corporate sabotage and the confused role of technology in contemporary culture..."

This Is the Box We're In
Council doesn't have a budget, but they're cutting it nonetheless
News Story  June 11, 2015, by Michael King
"..."That's the box in which we find ourselves," replied the mayor. State law, he explained, includes specific deadlines for local tax exemptions..."

Nirvana
Music Review  September 20, 2013, by Kevin Curtin
"...Despite that, the Seattle punk trio's third LP emerged a roaring swan song, coursing with deafening angst while highlighted by tender moments of self-realization. This obligatory 20th anniversary box, three CDs and a DVD, includes the classic album, complete with Litt's vocally inflated edits of "Heart Shaped Box" and "All Apologies," as well as Albini's original, notably rawer mixes of those songs..."

The Beach Boys
When the album becomes Immersion
Music Story  December 9, 2011, by Greg Beets
"...The Beach BoysSmile Sessions Box Set (Capitol)..."

Elvis Presley
When the album becomes Immersion
Music Story  December 9, 2011, by Jim Caligiuri
"...Thirty-four years after his death, after most if not all of his recorded output has been issued and re-issued, and after last year's massive 30-CD The Complete Elvis Presley Masters box set, this 5-CD set demonstrates how and why Elvis Presley became an international sensation. Concentrating exclusively on 1956, his first year with RCA and one in which he sold 10 million singles, 3 million EPs, and 800,000 albums, it's exhaustive, fascinating, and probably just for the obsessive..."

David Bowie
Hours of limited-release material offered for the first time stateside
Music Review  December 7, 2007, by Dan Oko
"...David BowieDavid Bowie Box (ISO/Columbia/Legacy)..."

The Brit Box: UK Indie, Shoegaze, and Brit-Pop Gems of the Last Millennium
A 4-CD, 78-track Way Back Machine
Music Review  December 7, 2007, by Dan Oko
"...The Brit Box: UK Indie, Shoegaze, and Brit-Pop Gems of the Last Millennium(Rhino)..."

Planners Need to Think Outside the Box
Postmarks  April 24, 2007
"...Dear Editor, Efforts to facilitate traffic flow in Oak Hill (April 20, p.10) [“Postmarks”] and on MoPac (p.19) [“MoPac Expansion Update,” News] are both doomed due to planners’ failure to think outside the box. The intellectual box in which they find themselves is the belief that transportation solutions lie in maintaining existing lanes devoted to auto traffic and then adding either more lanes, in the case of MoPac, or in the case of Oak Hill, waiting for commuter rail. Fortunately for Mexico City, traffic planners there thought outside the box and realized that devoting eight lanes to autos on their major north-south arterial, Avenida Insugentes, was only resulting in ever-longer traffic jams..."

Blondie
Gift guide
Music Story  December 10, 2004, by Margaret Moser
"...BlondieSingles Box (EMI)..."

Watching Outside the Box
How many industries do you know of that can capitalize on dated inventory while ringing up sales for "failed" merchandise?
Screens Column  April 23, 2004, by Belinda Acosta
"...It's the opportunity to create new ones, as well. For those new to Freaks and Geeks (and presumably less willing to shell out $120 for the deluxe set, which comes with its own yearbook), a smaller box set is available for $70 from Shout! Factory..."

The World of Sid & Marty Krofft / H.R. Pufnstuf: The Ultimate Box Set
Screens Story  December 10, 1999, by Ken Lieck
"...H.R. Pufnstuf: The Ultimate Box Set(Kid Rhino, 1999, VHS: $59.98)..."

R.E.M.
Music Review  December 6, 2018, by Doug Freeman
"...As R.E.M. continues firing off 25th anniversary reissues, the absurdly massive 8-CD/1-DVD live box of the Athens, Ga., quartet in the UK drops like a bomb..."

Lunch Box Life
Seven Austin chefs dish on school lunch lessons
Food Story  November 5, 2015, by Veronica Meewes
"...Brian Malarkey, chef/partner of Sear­suck­er in Austin, shares, "I recently learned of the highly unusual underground lunch box item trading circle – chocolate milk is like gold. Carrots are like pennies – cute but no one wants them." He's discovered that the best way to deal with picky eaters is to get them as involved as possible in the harvesting and preparation of their food..."

Joni Mitchell
Out of the basement and under the tree!
Music Review  December 11, 2014, by Jim Caligiuri
"...Idiosyncratic singer-songwriters seem resistant to career-spanning box sets. Of those never anthologized, Tom Waits, Elvis Costello, and Steve Earle come to mind..."

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