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Clay Moore, Elephant Room, January 6
Music Review  January 14, 2000, by Christopher Hess
"...Clay Moore Elephant Room, January 6 Though the performance hit a definite, rousing peak during a fiery rendition of Nat Adderly's "Work Song," played in tribute to the recently passed trumpet player and composer, local jazz guitarist Clay Moore and his group did manage to thread four distinct playing styles into a remarkably cohesive and compelling evening of jazz at the Elephant Room. Drawing largely from his release of last year, Meeting Standards, Moore and bassist John Fremgen, drummer Brannen Temple, and a saxophonist each threw his own strength into the ring for the others to play off of -- Fremgen's precise and intuitive bass lines dancing smooth and fluid with Moore's exacting guitar, while Temple's booming drums laid out hard-etched boundaries for the straight-ahead bleating of the saxophone..."

Clay Moore Meeting Standards (Viewpoint)
Texas Platters
Music Review  December 3, 1999, by Jay Trachtenberg
"...Clay MooreMeeting Standards (Viewpoint) Those who frequent Austin's handful of jazz venues know about guitarist Clay Moore. Although his name only occasionally appears on the marquee, he's often found enhancing the sonic landscape of numerous local ensembles as one of the most in-demand sidemen in town..."

Andrea Ariel Dance Theatre's Locked-In
A dance inspired by our rigid connection to our cell phones was more spontaneous and personal than its title implied
Arts Review  June 28, 2018
"...In the beamed cave that is one side of the Museum of Human Achievement, dancers Alyson Dolan, Angie Johnson, Clay Moore, and Lisa Anne Kobdish, in Popsicle-hued separates, flexed their feet into the air, grooving expansively. They examined each other's pockets and appendages before calling out to no one in particular, "Where's my phone?" Along another wall, the band – composer Andy Nolte, the multitalented Leila Louise Henley, Garry Franklin, and Alán De León Uribe – morphed from rock song to ambient vibe to virtuosic improvisation and back again..."

Local Opera Local Artists' We Might Be Struck by Lightning
In this new pastiche chamber opera, LOLA takes us on a bold musical journey
Arts Review  August 24, 2017, by Michelle Hach√©
"...But she meets a lovely stranger at the funeral of her friend's mother – the only scene in which the two storylines merge – and instantly falls in love. That very day, Cristina Maria leaves her fiancé (dancer Clay Moore) and begins a passionate relationship with her new love, known only as Girl, performed exquisitely by Sarah Annie Navarrete..."

Changes in the Local Lit Landscape
Clay Smith departs Texas Book Festival, APLFF adopts Badgerdog
DAILY Books  November 1, 2012, by Kimberley Jones
"..."A key to successful collaborations is ideological alignment and Badgerdog's past collaborations with the Library Foundation have been very successful. We are thrilled to see the programs continue as part of the Library Foundation's robust program offerings," said Badgerdog board member and founder Melanie Moore...."

Starving and Art in Marfa, Texas
Sonic Youth plays Marfa, turns on the bright lights.
DAILY Music  October 8, 2007, by Audra Schroeder
"...This happened a lot, and that state of is-it-art? confusion ran throughout the night, culminating as we gathered in an old airport hangar across the street from the recently-renovated Thunderbird Hotel to see Sonic Youth. By 9pm, people seemed to be flowing out of the hills at an alarming rate. Thurston Moore hopped onstage to introduce the hand-picked opening act, Black Leather Jesus..."

Top 10 1999/Local
Music Story  January 7, 2000
"...5. Clay Moore, Meeting Standards (Viewpoint)..."

Terry Bowness (Aardvark)
Music Review  October 29, 1999, by Jay Trachtenberg
"...Terry Bowness(Aardvark) A local pianist/composer who currently works with drummer Ernie Durawa in Los Jazz Vatos, Terry Bowness, with the help of co-producer Mitch Watkins, has delivered as cogent an Austin jazz introduction as any heard in recent years. He's aligned himself with a cadre of fine local guitarists including Watkins, Glen Rexach, Clay Moore, and Monte Mann, plus San Antonio-turned-Bay Area standout Jackie King..."

Land of 1,000 Dramas
Venues
Arts Story  March 11, 1999
"...Not surprisingly, the mutability of the playing space attracts other theatre and dance companies to play here, especially those giving birth to original material. Past Premieres: The Speaker Speaks (Clay Nichols), The Whimsy (Steve Moore), Crucks (Kirk Lynn), Flame Failure (Dan Bonfitto), American Arcana (Cyndi Williams), Blood:Shock:Boogie (Daniel Alexander Jones)..."

Art
Art Openings
News Story  March 14, 1997
"...Sixth, 708-1700. Through March, the shop will display a collection of original paintings and photographs commemorating some of Texas' finest musicians, including Stevie Ray Vaughan, Lyle Lovett, Janis Joplin, and Ian Moore..."

SXSW Picks & Sleepers
Picks & Sleepers
Music Story  March 15, 2002
"...BRUCE ROBISON: With Tim McGraw's chart-topping version of his "Angry All the Time" and cuts in the works from Lee Ann Womack, Allison Moorer, and the Dixie Chicks, Bruce Robison represents a 6-foot-7-inch stretch of Music Row right here in Austin. He also makes fine albums of his own, last year's Country Sunshine being a collection of crisp melodies and vivid narratives..."

The Omen
Julia Stiles is miscast, although Mia Farrow delights in this unnecessary remake of a perfectly good child-as-Antichrist movie.
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Film Review  June 9, 2006, by Marc Savlov
"...Directed by: John Moore. Starring: Liev Schreiber, Julia Stiles, Mia Farrow, David Thewlis, Pete Postlethwaite, Michael Gambon and Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick..."

The Showdown at Lick Creek
As once clear water runs dark, a community defends its natural heart
News Story  July 2, 2004, by Amy Smith
"...Hegemier allowed that frequent rainfall since January had created a near-constant pool of water in the pond, which delayed efforts to revegetate the area to prevent further soil erosion. Project engineer Ed Moore had hoped to finish repairs on the dam facilities by this week, and Hegemier said Tuesday that work on the riser pipe has apparently been completed..."

Only the Fourth Wall Is Forever
After 10 years, Salvage Vanguard Theater is moving on
Arts Story  June 23, 2016, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...The 2012 Fusebox Festival was over, and I was in charge of the SVT lobby gallery – I was and am its curator, its organizer, its pimp, as I have been since Larson offered me the position in 2011. And the next gallery show after Beeler's "Food Porn" exhibition was coming in – as preceded by prints from Tim Doyle and originals by Chronicle Arts Editor Robert Faires and the patriotic array of the "Presidential Losers" show; as followed by the photography of Shelley Hiam and the surreal Old Mastery oils of Alonso Rey and the mixed-media portraits of Beth Consetta Rubel and the woodcuts of Laura Thoms, the abstracts of Roy Moore, the aquatic emplushenings of Kristin Hogan..."

Postscripts
Mixed Notes
Books Column  September 19, 1997, by Clay Smith
"...BookPeople will feature Michael Moore with the paperback version of Downsize This! Random Threats From an Unarmed American at around 10pm due to Moore's schedule earlier in the evening at UT to screen his new documentary The Big One. And on Wednesday October 1, Kinky Friedman and Willie Nelson will appear at BookPeople at noon to sign copies of Friedman's new novel Roadkill, which features Nelson as a character......"

Cumulative Staff Box
Features Story  September 7, 2001, by Nick Barbaro
"...Production Staff/Graphic/Web Designers: Lisa Brown, Greg Bailey, Amy Mashberg, Marilyn Novell, John Stokes, Kathleen Claps, Richard Steinberg, Rob Doody, Marie Mahoney, Pamela Menteer, Pat Moore, Ransom Phillips, Linda Ofshe, Shirley Staples, Susan Grady, Fred Guerra, Gerald D. McLeod, Beverly Thames, Jan Ziegler, Amanda Krebs, Nels Jacobson, Tim Grisham, Homer, Lisa Kirkpatrick, Carl Manz, Diane Bell, Charles Harvey, Marjorie Lawler, Cheryl Collins, Sandy Stroud, Diana Schroeder, Sigfried Lasater, Armando Esparza, Alexis Arnold, Phyllis Lauwers, Kathie Wharton, Craif Whitcher, Ben Davis, Kathy Brown, Jackie Potts, Marc Savlov, Cindy Jordon, Jill McCann, Michele Cook, Wende Lerway, Donna Kimball, Micki McMillan, Doug St..."

Calendar Listings
  June 9, 1995
"...An SU Summer Stage production. Directed by Christina J. Moore...."

Dance, Girl, Dance
It was a good year for women filmmakers at a recharged Sundance Film Festival
Screens Story  February 5, 2010, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...My favorite film of this year's Sundance was The Kids Are All Right by Lisa Cholodenko (High Art, Laurel Canyon). Starring Annette Bening and Julianne Moore as a middle-aged lesbian couple, the film examines what happens within their family when their two teenage children seek out their biological father (played by Mark Ruffalo)..."

Austin Critics Table Nominations, 2002-2003
The full list of nominations for the 2002-2003 Austin Critics Table Awards, recognizing outstanding achievements in local theatre, dance, classical music, and visual art
Arts Story  May 9, 2003, by Robert Faires
"...Marlow Moore, Bye Bye Birdie..."

Articulations
Critix Pix
Arts Column  May 20, 1999, by Robert Faires
"...ASW's co-artistic directors John Walch and Clay Nichols will distribute the exec's duties, with Christina J. Moore helping out..."

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