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day trips
Columns  June 27, 1997, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Acquired by the city in February 1964, the 360-acre Greer Islands in the upper reaches of Lake Worth on the West Fork of the Trinity River were the beginning of an ambitious and ongoing project. As leases began to expire along the northwestern bank of the lake, the city began buying the properties before the landscape could be changed forever...."

About AIDS
As thousands of Katrina's victims arrive in Central Texas, HIV/AIDS service organizations are prepared to see that the needs of HIV-positive evacuees are met.
Columns  September 16, 2005, by Sandy Bartlett
"...ASA will assist with case management, including registering for various benefits, counseling and referral, food bank and nutrition needs, and legal issues. ASA's Sansing Dental Clinic will provide oral health care; call 479-6633...."

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Our readers talk back.
Columns  June 25, 2004
"...Imagine the day when you finally pay off the 30-year mortgage on your house, and it is yours, free and clear, except for property taxes. (I guess that means that joint ownership of your house now involves only two parties – you and the county – instead of three – you, the county, and the bank – but I digress.)..."

Public Notice
Tears From Heaven
Columns  July 26, 1996, by Kate X Messer
"...Her devotion to her daughters led her to leave her position on the group's board to spend some quality time with the girls. Contributions may be sent to: The Pam, Shannon, & Katie Lychner Memorial Fund, Attn.: Sue Cook, c/o Riverway Bank, PO Box 56667, Houston, TX 77256..."

Field Research From Afar
360-degree spherical video puts students in the action
News Story  March 3, 2016, by Richard Whittaker
"...It's also far more affordable than most people are expecting. While the headline-grabbing Oculus Rift may be a bank-buster, Google Cardboard will convert a standard smartphone into a VR-ready headset for the price of a cup of coffee and a cookie..."

After a Fashion
Your Style Avatar neglected to mention your name, didn't he?
Columns  December 16, 2011, by Stephen MacMillan Moser
"...The W Hotel's Trace will also host live music on its patio. Many retailers will donate 10% of sales made during those hours to a number of charities, including the Capital Area Food Bank of Central Texas, Project Transitions, Austin Pets Alive!, and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation..."

The Chips Are Down
Budget balancing picks up speed – and it's anything but fun and games
News Story  June 26, 2009, by Wells Dunbar
"...What hasn't yet been a part of the city's highlighted proposals are $1.1 million in cuts to the city's social service contracts. Mostly, it's a reduction in unallocated funding for various entities and causes – youth services, HIV service providers, and others – plus a reduction in funding for Ending Community Homelessness Coalition and cuts to the food bank Caritas, funding the city hopes to replace with federal stimulus money...."

Off the Record
Ice Cube racks up the body count at Mohawk, Loxsly shines a light on Tomorrow's Fossils, and gift-wrapping local holiday offerings
Music Column  December 19, 2008, by Austin Powell
"...• Local label Chicken Ranch Records has issued two characteristically off-kilter holiday singles – the Emotron's "Santa Clause (I Still Believe in You)" and Savanteous Q Malmsteen's "What Do You Get a Wookie for Christmas" – whose proceeds are benefiting the Austin Area Food Bank. Check out www.chickenranchrecords.com. Easter Everywhere..."

TCB
That's the news, and I am outta here
Music Column  June 29, 2007, by Christopher Gray
"...Is That All There Is? In January 2003, when TCB inherited the task of reporting Austin's music news from friend/mentor/ex-roommate Ken Lieck, he had a girlfriend, good credit, a decent bank-account balance, a clean driving record, and a relatively healthy liver. Today, some 227 columns later, he doesn't..."

TCB
Spring is here and there are more music festivals than bluebonnets
Music Column  April 16, 2004, by Christopher Gray
"...Getting right with Jah will be San Marcos' Carlton Pride and Joe "King" Carrasco, Dallas' Spoonfed Tribe, Houston's D.R.U.M., Minneapolis' Dred I Dread, and locals Azul, Fire & Isis, Echo Squad, Stop the Truck, and Tribal Nation. Admission is $7 plus two nonperishable items for the Capital Area Food Bank; two-day passes are available for $10..."

Coach's Corner
Golf Wars: Coach barely survives a brutal midsummer struggle against Lions Muni Golf Course.
Columns  August 4, 2000, by Andy "Coach" Cotton
"...but you better get the ball on the green. It's steeply banked on all sides..."

Keep On Shoppin'
Wheatsville Calls on Old Friends to Stay Afloat
News Story  November 8, 1996, by Amy Smith
"...Eventually, Wheatsville outgrew its warehouse location and began scouting around for a new site, settling on the Guadalupe building, a former Kash-Karry grocery. Funding for the 1981 move came from a Co-op Bank loan of $145,000 and some $200,000 in loans from members..."

Taco Wars
Three homegrown chains thrive on the competition
Food Story  November 5, 2010, by Rachel Feit
"...Though the Arriagas would like to continue to add stores and maybe even begin to franchise their operation, they claim to have no master plan for expansion. They took an initial loan for expansion from a bank using Yoli's teacher retirement savings as collateral, but other than that they've never had any investor funding or large loans..."

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We Get What We Want
Columns  February 27, 1998
"...2) Ann has an MBA and has extensive fiscal and management experience at the federal and state level. She was part of an FDIC senior management team that oversaw four states and dealt with solvency issues facing 1,500 financial institutions, ranging from small town banks to multi-billion dollar institutions..."

Before the Flood
In the struggle between local environmentalists and developers, Laura Dunn's documentary reminds us, Barton Springs was only the beginning
Screens Story  March 9, 2007, by Marrit Ingman
"...Austin Chronicle: More or less, the movie is about the battle over Barton Springs and its aftereffects. So you've chosen to open with a shot of the Frost Bank Tower under construction...."

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Our readers talk back.
Columns  April 12, 2002
"...I request that the children of Kirby School (and the children of the entire North University Neighborhood Association) take a moment out of each day at their respective schools and bow their heads for a moment of silence to reflect upon the power of the Almighty Dollar. We as parents would like to thank Mike McHone and the developers of the Villas of Guadalupe for teaching our children the importance of having the biggest bank account...."

The Road to 10-1 ... Is Getting Crowded [Updated May 12]
As May money season opens, candidates blossom
News Story  May 2, 2014, by Michael King
"...Miguel Ancira Occupation: senior coordinator, Capital One Bank Experience: city commissioner (Immigrant Affairs), community banker, entrepreneur Issues: education, economic opportunities/small business support, transportation miguelancira.com (FB) Miguel Ancira..."

Chapter 2: Biweekly and Proud
September 1982-August 1988
Features Story  September 7, 2001
"...Once the fun of opening the mail was over, Nick lost interest in the checks. Not being able to stand it, and with our bank right across the street, I started preparing a daily deposit..."

God's Own Clothesline
In Search of Far Flung Adventures With Butch Hancock
Music Story  May 15, 1998, by Christopher Hess
"..."Feast on the Flood Cuisine" is what they call it, and that's no lie. Though the first lunch, eaten on the bank at Talley, was simple, it was delicious and plentiful; ham and turkey, different cheeses, many jars of pickled stuff, breads and rolls, oysters, all fresh and laid out on cloth-covered tables..."

Letters at 3AM: Snyder 'R' Us
Despite the illusion of autonomy, we have been colonized by the Oligarchy
Columns  June 12, 2014, by Michael Ventura
"...Not only do local entities not represent the polity's economy, but, no matter where you live, most people do their shopping (and many do their eating) at the same outlets you find in Snyder. They bank with the same banks..."

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