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2nd Annual Austin Chronicle Cookout
PHOTO GALLERY  July 21, 2014
"...Riders Against the Storm perform Saturday at Historic Scoot Inn during the 2nd annual Austin Chronicle Cookout...."

Chronicle Cookout Artists: Soulful Alesia Lani
Alesia Lani takes the stage for the Chronicle Cookout.
DAILY Chrontourage  June 18, 2015, by Shannon Shankman
"...We can only think of what great things the future holds for this talented, soul-enriched artist. See Lani and more amazing artists at the 3rd Annual Austin Chronicle Cookout on June 27...."

Chronicle Cookout Artists: Country Cousins Rep the Old-School
A reminder that old-school Texas rap is here to stay.
DAILY Chrontourage  June 16, 2015, by Tamar Price
"...With our 3rd Annual Chronicle Cookout swiftly approaching on June 27, we think it’s time you get to know the artists you’ll be jamming to...."

Chronicle Cookout
June 22, 2013. 31 photos.
PHOTO GALLERY  June 24, 2013
"...Six of the finest hip-hop acts in town gathered at the Scoot Inn Saturday for the inaugural ‘ChronicleCookout, a free showcase of local rap talent. Upstarts Magna Carda joined KB the Boo Bonic, Krypol Haze, Phranchyze, 10YR, Kydd Jones, and the League of Extraordinary G’z for a night of cool beats and good vibes culminating in an anthemic run of the G’z staple “We Gon Make It.”..."

Third Annual Austin Chronicle Cookout
PHOTO GALLERY  June 29, 2015


Gay Place: Way Beyond Funday
Just like every other day in the Austin week Sunday is way more than Bloody Marys and brunch
Columns  July 17, 2014, by Kate X Messer
"...'AUSTIN CHRONICLE' COOKOUT Soaking in Riders Against the Storm (and many more) while nourishing to Cazamance? All to benefit SIMS? Yes, please. Keep an eye out for some Gay Placers..."

Weird City Hip-Hop Festival Re-Ups
ATX’s early fall classic serves up a sophomore swang and bang
DAILY Music  July 15, 2015, by Kahron Spearman
"...Local crews roll up en masse, including talented misfits – and recent Chronicle Cookout highlights – Subkulture Patriots and the mighty LNS Crew. Swang and bang set the League of Extraordinary Gz appears in many iterations, including Green Room’s Tuk Da Gat, S..."

Playback: Holy Mountain Closing Oct. 1
Holy Mountain falls prey to skyrocketing rents Downtown
Music Column  June 25, 2015, by Kevin Curtin
"...The Chronicle Cookout reps a diverse slab of Austin rap at the Scoot Inn on Saturday, 5pm, free (see "Music Listings"). Arrive early for a master class in Southern hustle from Country Cousins and stay late for the dreamy production of Eric Dingus backing League of Extraordinary Gz sparkplug Dowrong..."

Playback: Smiling Your Way to Heaven
Supernatural advice by West Texas sage Tommy Hancock, tears from Billy Gibbons, and Casual Strangers coupling
Music Column  July 17, 2014, by Kevin Curtin
"...› Hungry for Austin hip-hop? Head to the Scoot Inn on Saturday for the Chronicle Cookout. The free, all ages, backyard party showcases a diverse offering of spoken-vocal-locals including Riders Against the Storm, LNS Crew, Space Camp Death Squad, Dat Boy Supa, and Sip Sip..."

Playback: In a New York State of Mind
Mother Falcon hits Gotham, Not in the Face sears Vancouver, and Black Joe Lewis comes home
Music Column  June 21, 2013, by Kevin Curtin


Food-o-File: Weekend Lagniappe
A little extra Austin food news
DAILY Food  January 24, 2015, by Virginia B. Wood
"...• Jack Allen's Kitchen (7720 Hwy 71 West) is hosting a Gulf Coast seafood cookout to benefit the Lone Star Paralysis Foundation. Enjoy local beers and cocktails made with local spirits while devouring a feast of crabs, shrimp, oysters, frogs legs, and fried fish presented by Quality Seafood owner Carol Huntsberger..."

Off the Record
Seeking refuge at Austin City Limits Live at the Moody Theater before the return of Joe 'King' Carrasco & the Crowns
Music Column  June 24, 2011, by Austin Powell
"...The Chronicle's Hot Sauce Festival is starting to heat up. One spot on the bill for the summer cookout, Aug..."

The Hottest Race in Texas
The David Fisher-Todd Staples Senate Contest in East Texas Will Decide the Fate of the State Senate -- and the U.S. House
News Story  October 27, 2000, by Michael King
"...Finally, on the extremely hot-button issue of a pay raise for correctional officers, Staples has been beleaguered at every public forum by angry and assertive officers, who say they are tired of waiting for serious action. At a Fisher cookout in Center last July, William Cox, a sergeant at the Skyview/Hodge Unit in Rusk, said that not only are officers poorly paid (after 11 years in TDCJ, Hodges makes about $29,000 a year), prison staffs are so short-handed they are working in increasingly dangerous conditions..."

Playback: Cherubs Flit Back
The unlikely return of Nineties noisemakers Cherubs.
Music Column  July 24, 2014, by Kevin Curtin
"...Saturday: Any one of the LNS Crew's charismatically blunted core MCs – Kydd Jones, Cory Kendrix, or Tank Washington – would've been a suitable solo pick for the Chronicle's annual hip-hop Cookout at Scoot Inn, but their powers combined made for a show-stopping sunset performance, which peaked with Jones starting a one-man mosh pit...."

Austin Black Pride Wraps a Successful Second Year
Celebrating the evolution of Austin's Black LGBTQ community
DAILY The Gay Place  April 4, 2017, by Sarah Nicholus
"...Thursday’s kickoff event, Art Is Cool: Visual Gallery + Melodic Showcase, provided a welcoming, inclusive, and family-friendly environment complete with a traditional cookout, live performances, and an impressive showcase of works by local black artists. Ray Jones, an Austin resident of two years, told the Chronicle he was “impressed by the outcome of the organizers’ efforts,” and happy with the event venues located on the Eastside...."

Food-o-File
Wrapping up the 'Saveur' Texas Hill Country Wine & Food Festival
Food Column  April 22, 2005, by Virginia B. Wood
"...And the truth is, I heard every bit as many positive comments about the Shores outing as I did complaints. My concern, however, is how CSE will balance the need for bigger, more profitable event components against the nonprofit festival's established tradition of promoting Texas wines and foods with more intimate offerings? For example, two previously popular Saturday events were moved to make way for the Shores schedule, and both the winemaker luncheons at downtown restaurants and the Home on the Range cookout at the TDS Exotic Game Ranch suffered some loss of attendance as a result..."

Good Cuisine and an Interesting Scene
The 'Saveur' Texas Hill Country Wine & Food Festival
Food Story  April 22, 2005, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The Thursday drive-time schedule kept the attendance lower than usual at the Home on the Range skeet shoot and cookout at the TDS Exotic Game Ranch, but the food, drinks, and entertainment were stellar. Host Tyler Florence of the Food Network was totally gracious, signing every book and posing for every requested picture all evening long..."

When Good Food Goes Bad
Food Story  June 3, 1999, by Mick Vann
"...Most of us associate it with swine, but it's rarely found in commercial pork today. However, the next time you go to that cookout at your friend's place to eat the boar or feral hog (or any of some 40 other wild animals) he shot on his hunting lease, ask how long it was cooked above 155ºF..."

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