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Public Notice
Revenge of the Nerds
Columns  April 22, 1999, by Kate X Messer
"...374-9393. There's so much going on this week, National Volunteer Week, and even next week, for our Capital Area Food Bank's Spirit of Sharing Food Drive, including the annual Great Tastes of Austin, featuring flavorful music by MC Overlord and Beth Black, a silent auction, and yummy stuff from so many local culinary hotbeds that it just boggles the mind and the tastebuds, Sun, Apr 25, at Celis Brewery (Forbes Drive)..."

Cars the Issue, Not Parking
Columns  September 11, 1998
"...Though we've attended almost all of the last eight years of [Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce] festivals, I must say that this year's may be our last. I can't argue with the price, giving to the Food Bank is always a good cause..."

Day Trips
Columns  May 1, 1998, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Guadalupe River State Park between Bulverde and Boerne gives just a glimpse of the beauty of the upper Guadalupe River because most of the river's banks are jealously guarded possessions of private landowners. Without the park, access to the cool river waters would be severely limited...."

Public Notice
Unnatural Acts, Part 2
Columns  June 27, 1997, by Kate X Messer
"...Volunteers to assist in physical clean-up are not needed at this time. We will post notices here when they are. Meanwhile, the best way to help is to send cash donations to: the Salvation Army, PO Box 1000, 78767, 476-1111; Capital Area Food Bank, PO Box 18311, 78760, 448-2111; or the area American Red Cross, 2218 Pershing, 78723, 928-4271..."

HD 50 Special Election Candidate Snapshot
News Story  September 6, 2013
"...* Active in Alliance for Public Transportation, Stonewall Democrats, Sustainable Food Center, Capital Area Food Bank, Robert Mueller Redevelopment Committee..."

Citizens' calendar, Jan. 8-15
News Story  January 9, 2009
"...Ignatius Catho­lic School (120 W. Oltorf) will be offering prepackaged food bags that can be donated to the Capital Area Food Bank now until the Super Bowl..."

Public Notice
This week's benefits and fundraisers are burning up, flying high, and a she thang.
Columns  May 19, 2000, by Kate X Messer
"...They will gladly accept Tax Deductible Cash Donations as well. Send checks to: American Legion Post 317, PO Box 317, Jarrell, TX 76537-0317 or American Legion Post 317, Building Account c/o Eagle Bank, PO Box 345, Jarrell, TX 76537-0345..."

Public Notice
Join a Coat-erie
Columns  November 21, 1997, by Kate X Messer
"...Hopefully, the Capital Area Food Bank will get its fill at the Empty Bowls Project. Area chefs have donated what goes inside, and area potters and pottery students have donated the thing to hold it in..."

Out-of-Town Barbecue
Food Story  March 7, 1997, by Pableaux Johnson
"...Tradition holds that Elgin is the local town for sausage. Though many of us mourn the Southside's move to its current digs -- a Sixties-era bank building -- the quality of their in/famous "hot guts" (spicy beef sausage) has remained consistent..."

The Daily Hustle: 9/17/10
Volunteerism event asks, 'WWGD?'
DAILY News  September 17, 2010, by Wells Dunbar
"... In Austin, the Network of Indian Professionals (NetIP) Austin chapter with broad support from individuals and community groups throughout Central Texas is spearheading Austin’s Be the Change event. Over a dozen service opportunities for over three hundred volunteers have been confirmed, including the Capital Area Food Bank, Keep Austin Beautiful, Town Lake Animal Shelter, and the Workers Defense Project..."

Goan, Goan ... Konkan
New India Cuisine gives South Austinites an option for Indian in the neighborhood, while the people-watching is solid gold
Food Review  April 15, 2011, by Mick Vann
"...Originally, New India Cuisine was located in the strip center east of the H-E-B on South Congress, south of Oltorf. It moved to a new location just north of Oltorf, next to the Victorian Wells Fargo manse-bank for better exposure, and it worked..."

Public Notice
Columns  December 26, 1997, by Kate X Messer
"...Capital Area Food Bank Food distribution for 18 Central Texas counties. 448-2111...."

Public Notice
Columns  August 8, 1997, by Kate X Messer
"...Capital Area Food Bank Food distribution for hundreds of organizations in 18 Central Texas counties. 3731 Drossett..."

Public Notice
Spring Into Action
Columns  March 28, 1997, by Kate X Messer
"...Capital Area Food Bank Food distribution for 18 Central Texas counties. 3731 Drossett. 448-2111...."

Naked City
News Story  November 14, 2003, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...19, 8pm, at the Paramount Theatre. Net proceeds will go to the Capital Area Food Bank..."

Calling the Shots
Jesse Dayton is finally an Austin musician again after years of only being mistaken for one
Music Story  September 28, 2001, by Jerry Renshaw
"..."I mean, the Dixie Chicks sold $22 million worth of records but have just $1 million apiece in the bank, and that's the standard cut these days. Those are hard figures..."

Not Clucking Around
East Texas chicken magnate Bo Pilgrim wants a state permit to build a bigger chicken slaughterhouse and waste disposal facility -- right across the creek from Sen. Bill Ratliff's in-laws' vacation home.
News Story  November 3, 2000, by Robert Bryce
"...4,446), the county seat of Camp County, when you are hungry, you go to Pilgrim's Place for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. When you need some cash, you go to one of the branches of Pilgrim Bank..."

Naked City
News Story  May 4, 2007
"...• In his latest efforts to fight student-loan payola, New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo settled with two more student lenders Wednesday. JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America agreed to adopt a code of conduct in the wake of a nationwide student-loan investigation, which may cost UT financial-aid director Larry Burt his job..."

Dancing About Architecture
The Antone's Dance
Music Column  October 2, 1998, by Ken Lieck
"...Among the 75 bands in the fest, you'll see Austin's 54 Seconds, 7 Stones, Cadillac Voodoo Choir, Free Range Bastards, SINIS, Wan Santo Condo, Paula Nelson, Beaver Nelson, Plum, Ursa Major, Ginger MacKenzie, MC Overlord, Godzilla Motor Company,and Dexter Freebish. While there will be an auction, gospel brunch, and music awards ceremony, the organizers boast that, "There's no conference here!" And if it's (almost) instant gratification you're looking for, Celisfest, benefitting the Capitol Area Food Bank and the Central East Austin Community Organization, is at Waterloo Park this Saturday from 2-11:30pm, with Breedlove, MC Overlord, George Devore, Trish Murphy, and Reckless Kelly on Stage One and Pat Green, Soul Hat, Storyville, Ian Moore, and Jerry Jeff Walker on the second. Movin' On..."

Targeting the Fat Cats
On Your Ballot: ALLC's Campaign Reform
News Story  October 10, 1997, by Kevin Fullerton
"...(Interestingly, to fund the anti-stadium campaign, Curtis' group took the seemingly hypocritical step of accepting a huge injection of money from competing baseball interests. She downplays the irony of that move, explaining that her group felt so outgunned by the corporate promotion of the stadium that it was forced to let another corporate interest bankroll its efforts.)..."

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