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News Roundup: MLK, Chris Kyle, and the Lege
Get ready to celebrate "Chris Kyle Day"
DAILY News  February 2, 2015, by the News Staff
"...Later events, such as Kyle's unsupported claim that he killed 30 people in New Orleans, have done little to bridge that divide in public opinion. Neither has the fact that former wrestler, ex-governor of Minnesota, and member of Underwater Demolition Team 12 (a precursor to the SEALs) Jesse Ventura successfully sued Kyle's estate for an apocryphal claim that Kyle cold-cocked him in a bar fight...."

Three Businesses Sprout in New Development, the Yard
Trio makes their way through Austin’s burgeoning artisan food world
Food Story  September 29, 2016, by Adrienne Whitehorse
"...And for those wishing to take it one step further, there's the Distill Your Own Bottle program (DYOB for short). The company's six local founders – Braunberg and her husband Andrew, husband/wife Sal and Joanna Salinas, and father/son Cleveland and Chris Seals – all met during a weeklong class at a distillers' convention..."

American Sniper
Clint Eastwood and Bradley Cooper tell Chris Kyle's war story.
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Film Review  January 16, 2015, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...However, it’s probably also true that a sniper must maintain a certain psychological numbness in order to perform the job as perfectly as Kyle does. He’s not a one-dimensional character: We witness his macho jocularity with his military brothers, the aimless direction of his life before joining the SEALs, and his love for his wife Taya (Miller, in a thankless role) and children..."

Right at Your Door
Harrowing doesn't even begin to describe this low-budget exercise in siege paranoia, which builds on our current terrorist-related night sweats.
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Film Review  August 24, 2007, by Marc Savlov
"...After an aborted rescue attempt (during which he catches the chilling sight of biohazard-suited cops gunning down innocent, "infected" citizens), Brad hunkers down at home. With the help of the neighbor's handyman (Perez), Brad follows the emergency-broadcast procedures and seals up the couple's house..."

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  June 23, 1995
"...THE SECRET OF ROAN INISHD: John Sayles; with Jeni Courtney, Eileen Colgan, Mick Lally, Richard Sheridan, John Lynch, Gerard Rooney, Susan Lynch, Cillian Byrne. As The Secret of Roan Inish unfolds, we are led back in time to ancient days when wind and land and sea and beasts and folk lived with an unbroken bond among them, when seals and humans shared the island Roan Inish and tales of selkies - seals who could take the form of humans - were more than legend..."

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  June 16, 1995
"...Sure enough, as John Sayles' screen adaptation of Rosalie K. Fry's novel Secret of the Ron Mor Skerry unfolds, we are led back in time to ancient days when wind and land and sea and beasts and folk lived with an unbroken bond among them, when seals and humans shared the island Roan Inish and tales of selkies - seals who could take the form of humans - were more than legend..."

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  June 9, 1995
"...Sure enough, as John Sayles' screen adaptation of Rosalie K. Fry's novel Secret of the Ron Mor Skerry unfolds, we are led back in time to ancient days when wind and land and sea and beasts and folk lived with an unbroken bond among them, when seals and humans shared the island Roan Inish and tales of selkies - seals who could take the form of humans - were more than legend..."

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Recommended
  June 2, 1995
"...Sure enough, as John Sayles' screen adaptation of Rosalie K. Fry's novel Secret of the Ron Mor Skerry unfolds, we are led back in time to ancient days when wind and land and sea and beasts and folk lived with an unbroken bond among them, when seals and humans shared the island Roan Inish and tales of selkies - seals who could take the form of humans - were more than legend..."

35 Years of the Austin Music Awards
Living in a dream
Features Story  March 2, 2017, by Doug Freeman
"...Blame the Big Boys, whose scathing punk for a classed-up Austin Music Awards show audience visited the genre’s desired effect on the era. Blame the security at the Austin Opera House, bikers and ex-Navy SEALs from Willie Nelson’s road crew, who typical of the times tried to maintain control through intimidation..."

Film Reviews
Recommended
News Story  October 13, 1995
"...The rest of the film recounts the events that led up to the explosion. A seemingly random roundup of several top New York City thieves tosses five larcenous professionals into a jail cell and when they emerge, the web of heists that seals their doom is set in motion..."

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News Story  September 22, 1995
"...The rest of the film recounts the events that led up to the explosion. A seemingly random roundup of several top New York City thieves tosses five larcenous professionals into a jail cell and when they emerge, the web of heists that seals their doom is set in motion..."

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News Story  September 15, 1995
"...The rest of the film recounts the events that led up to the explosion. A seemingly random roundup of several top New York City thieves tosses five larcenous professionals into a jail cell and when they emerge, the web of heists that seals their doom is set in motion..."

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News Story  October 20, 1995
"...The rest of the film recounts the events that led up to the explosion. A seemingly random roundup of several top New York City thieves tosses five larcenous professionals into a jail cell and when they emerge, the web of heists that seals their doom is set in motion..."

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Recommended
News Story  October 6, 1995
"...The rest of the film recounts the events that led up to the explosion. A seemingly random roundup of several top New York City thieves tosses five larcenous professionals into a jail cell and when they emerge, the web of heists that seals their doom is set in motion..."

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Recommended
News Story  September 29, 1995
"...The rest of the film recounts the events that led up to the explosion. A seemingly random roundup of several top New York City thieves tosses five larcenous professionals into a jail cell and when they emerge, the web of heists that seals their doom is set in motion..."

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Recommended
News Story  September 8, 1995
"...The rest of the film recounts the events that led up to the explosion. A seemingly random roundup of several top New York City thieves tosses five larcenous professionals into a jail cell and when they emerge, the web of heists that seals their doom is set in motion..."

Culture Club
Aaron Mace's Church of the Friendly Ghost rattles the fringes of creative and musical expressionism
Music Story  November 13, 2009, by Audra Schroeder
"...While ancient seals are possibly broken through the repetition of certain demonic invocations, tonight's conjunction with Gnap! Theater Projects' three-weekend-long Just Like the Rodeo Fest melds two groups' creative minds for a curative collection of experimental music and outsider theatre. Folks wander in and out, amused or confused...."

Blood on the Tracks
The ballad of Griff Luneburg and Cactus Cafe
Music Story  February 6, 2009, by Jim Caligiuri
"..."Some of the acts were good, but it was primarily cover bands booked by the student activities office," he recalls. "Acoustic acts would do Loggins & Messina and Seals & Crofts..."

SXSW Picks and Sleepers
Music Story  March 14, 2003
"...BEAVER NELSON: With a legion of renowned Austin troubadours criss-crossing the continents for generations now, local singer-songwriter Beaver Nelson has his work cut out for him where making his name is concerned. Fortunately, last year's Legends of the Super Heroes (Freedom) was, in fact, a heroic work; Nelson's fourth album in five years seals his fate as another Austin roots muse..."

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Balcones Responds
Columns  December 6, 1996
"...I like to think that some of the things that make King Cheese shows special are Lightning Lee's dead-on (and hysterical) vocal impersonations, the costumes, the fact that we'll play stuff we don't really know when it's requested, our stage humor, audience members joining us onstage to sing songs, and unlikely song pairs like John Denver followed by Mötley Crüe, or Seals & Crofts followed by Michael Jackson. But your reviewer didn't mention any of these things, either...."

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