"...Whether Council Member Beverly Griffith's reported opposition to the deal early in the week was genuinely appeased by some last-minute changes, or whether it was simply a position assumed for the sake of bargaining power, it was fruitful: At the meeting, the city's outside counsel on the deal, Casey Dobson, announced that in addition to the increased-density assumptions the city staff have negotiated with Bradley, Bradley has agreed to be bound by any regulation the city passes to improve the accuracy of impervious cover calculations, so long as it applies citywide. In addition, Bradley accepted a Griffith-proposed amendment to downgrade the zoning on Pfluger ranch from SF-2 to Rural Residential, the least dense zoning category on the books...."
"...12, the City Council adopted a resolution that provided a list of projects to be funded by alternate funding sources, including cash reserves. Many of those projects are the same ones mentioned in the article, including extension of South First Street; Mayfield, Davis Hill, and Garrison parks improvements; improvements to Dittmar, Parque Zaragoza, and Northwest recreation centers; Havins Field expansion; construction of an "undesignated" fire station in Southwest Austin; renovations to the Austin Police Department Headquarters and Municipal Court facility; an Emergency Medical Services addition to the Fire Station at 5507 Ranch-to-Market-Road 2222; bank stabilization for the Highland Park Cemetery; and drainage projects for both Scenic Brook and Westover Hills subdivisions...."
"...Bullock and his wife live in a West Austin home he bought in 1987, currently valued by the Travis County Appraisal District at $244,000. He also owns a 200-acre ranch in Llano County...."
"...Chicken Ranch & Friends..."
"...After a ten-day ride the group reached Reece's Texas ranch set in the midst of 5,000 acres of prairie, a large frame building that housed 20 men. Revolvers and rifles of a dozen different varieties along with skins of mink and beaver decorated the walls of the parlor..."
"...Davis – The Gulf: The Making of an American Sea Dessa – My Own Devices: True Stories From the Road on Music, Science, and Senseless Love Paula Disbrow – Any Night Grilling: 60 Ways to Fire Up Dinner (and More) Justin Driver – The Schoolhouse Gate: Public Education, the Supreme Court, and the Battle for the American Mind Casey Dunn and Helen Thompson – Texas Made/Texas Modern: The House and the Land Glory Edim – Well-Read Black Girl: Finding Our Stories, Discovering Ourselves Ashley D. Farmer – Remaking Black Power: How Black Women Transformed an Era Hugh Fitzsimmons III – A Rock Between Two Rivers: The Fracturing of a Texas Family Ranch Randal Ford – Animal Kingdom: A Collection of Portraits Ben Fountain – Beautiful Country Burn Again: Democracy, Rebellion, and Revolution Francis Fukuyama – Identity: The Demand for Dignity and the Politics of Resentment Amy Fusselman – Idiophone: An Essay Gay Gaddis – Cowgirl Power: How to Kick Ass in Business and Life Angela Garbes – Like a Mother: A Feminist Journey Through the Science and Culture of Pregnancy Amy Gentry – Tori Amos' Boys for Pele Casey Gerald – There Will Be No Miracles Here: A Memoir Felicia Graham – Texas Rollergirls Flat Track Derby Don Graham – Giant: Elizabeth Taylor, Rock Hudson, James Dean, Edna Ferber, and the Making of a Legendary American Film [image-7-right] Reyna Grande – A Dream Called Home: A Memoir David Grann – The White Darkness Stephanie Elizondo Griest – All the Agents and Saints: Dispatches From the U.S..."
"...With Scratch Acid guitarist Brett Bradford newly on board, local collective Gorch Fock shoots out the lights with trombone-fueled apocalypse rock. – Greg Beets Chicken Ranch..."
"...Walters' own development project -- a unique master plan of retail and residential projects -- involves about 300 acres of the old Weaver ranch. Dr..."
"...CAPITOL COMPLEX VISITOR'S CENTER, 112 E. Eleventh, 305-8400. "XIT: The Ranch That Built the Texas Capitol," featuring images of the XIT Ranch of Texas (the largest fenced ranch in the world), is on view through July 12...."
"...72: Pleasant Vallery Ranch..."
"...The town of Eldorado, Texas, seat of Schleicher County, flanks State Highway 277, approximately 45 miles south of San Angelo, and is surrounded by a vast landscape of mesquite and cedar trees, native grasses, cacti, and lizards. In all, it is a fairly typical West Texas town of about 2,000, mostly oil industry workers, goat ranchers, and their herds..."
"...“Do Right Woman: Calling Polly Parsons home to the Hickory Wind Ranch” (July 31, 2009) Cover photo by John Anderson..."
"...Wild Horses Director/Screenwriter: Robert Duvall A Texas ranch family's idyllic life unravels as the Texas Rangers reopen and investigate a 15-year-old missing person case. Cast: Robert Duvall, James Franco, Josh Hartnett, Luciana Duvall, Adriana Barraza, Jim Parrack, Angie Cepeda, Devon Abner (World Premiere) DOCUMENTARY SPOTLIGHT..."
"...premiere Sun., Jan. 20, 7pm, at Tiny T Ranch, 3409 Caldwell Lane, Del Valle..."
"...Tinted by its setting in East Texas; by narrative tradition from what used to be called the Orient; by Danielewski's device of color-coded "autumnal quotation marks" that might have come from slightly east of Pluto. Look: There's a seamstress and her nemesis and the betrayal between them; there are five orphans; there is a dark night at a ranch house and a storyteller with a long black box that contains what will certainly sever the calm of their lives..."
"...Songs: "The Pusher" by Hoyt Axton, performed by Steppenwolf; "Born To Be Wild" by Mars Bonfire, performed by Steppenwolf; "I Wasn't Born To Follow" by Gerry Goffin and Carole King, performed by The Byrds; "The Weight" by Jaime Robbie Robertson, performed by The Band; "If You Want to Be a Bird" by Antonia Duren, performed by The Holy Modal Rounders; "Don't Bogart Me" by Elliot Ingber and Larry Wagner, performed by Fraternity of Man; "If Six Was Nine" by Jimi Hendrix, performed by The Jimi Hendrix Experience; "Let's Turkey Trot" by Gerry Goffin and Jack Keller, performed by Little Eva; "Kyrie Eleison" by David Axelrod, performed by The Electric Prunes; "Flash, Bam, Pow" by Mike Bloomfield, performed by The Electric Flag; "It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)" by Bob Dylan, performed by Roger McGuinn; "Ballad of Easy Rider" written and performed by Roger McGuinn. CAST: (in order of appearance): Peter Fonda (Wyatt/Captain America), Dennis Hopper (Billy), Antonio Mendoza (Jesus), Phil Spector (The Connection), Mac Mashourian (Bodyguard), Warren Finnerty (Rancher), Tita Colorado (Rancher's Wife), Luke Askew (Stranger On Highway); Commune: Luana Anders (Lisa), Sabrina Scharf (Sarah), Sandy Wyeth (Joanne), Robert Walker (Jack), Robert Ball (Mime #1), Carmen Phillips (Mime #2), Ellie Walker (Mime #3), Michael Pataki (Mime #4); Jail: Jack Nicholson (George Hanson), George Fowler Jr..."
"...And expect to see Ellen Burstyn, Lily Tomlin, and Anna Deavere Smith as presenters/special guests... Look for two films shot at Glen Stephens' ranch in Menard to have limited Texas theatrical runs in January, followed quickly by DVD releases..."
"...Bluegrass & Gospel Music Festival brings a national-class lineup of entertainers to the Coushatte Recreational Ranch outside of Sealy, Oct. 28-30..."
"...I plant myself on a couch in front of the small corner stage and survey the room. CMT's "Dance Ranch" plays on an enormous TV screen beside the stage. Although the room buzzes happily with normal pool hall, air-hockey-type energy, a boy with a cherubic face and intense eyes, eighteenish, stews cross-armed on the couch beside mine..."