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Cinematexas Schedule
Screens Story  September 17, 1999
"...Music passes are $25 at 33 Degrees Records (302-5233 to charge) and Waterloo Records (cash only). Individual tickets for film are $5 ($3, students) and for music, $12 (Moore) and $10 (CCMC, Vandermark)..."

Scavengers of the Vast Wasteland
Whether they're riffing on punk, metal, funk, jazz, film scores, or even klezmer music, Brown Whörnet attacks each passage with a vociferous intensity that seldom fails to keep an audience at attention.
Music Story  September 10, 1999, by Greg Beets
"...The band's four-track origins are best summarized by 1996's Value Pack, a sprawling two-CD/one-cassette collection that features, among other wild and stylistic musical variations, guest appearances by local jazz stalwarts such as Tony Campise and Freddie Mendoza. Featuring titles like "Fill the Toilet With Turds" and "The Pink and Fleshy Skull of Ian Moore -- Tableaux I," the Value Pack was also noteworthy for its unconventional packaging..."

Postmarks
Don't Shelve Smart Growth
Columns  July 1, 1999
"...Robert S. Moore..."

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..."

1999 Critics' Table Nominations
Arts Story  May 20, 1999
"...Christina J. Moore, Nantasket..."

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)..."

Roll 'Em
March
Screens Story  February 25, 1999, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...D: Robert Altman; with Glenn Close, Julianne Moore, Liv Tyler, Chris O'Donnell, Charles S. Dutton, Patricia Neal, Ned Beatty, Courtney B..."

Book Reviews
Books Review  February 18, 1999
"...And the two disparate lives coincide in at least one way in McMurtry's imagination. Duane Moore, erstwhile lover of Jacy Farrow in the first novel, successful then failing oilman in the second, is 62 years old and dissatisfied as the third novel begins..."

Growth Spurt
Nine Shows That Transported Me
Arts Story  January 7, 1999, by Robert Faires
"...The Whimsy (Physical Plant Theater) That rare wonder: a dream come alive. With a singing Moon, a wistful figure in rose, and puppets who voyage to the bottom of the sea, Steve Moore, Katie Pearl, and a corps of imaginative collaborators fashioned a romance that was enchanting in its blend of fantasy, mystery, lyricism, and wit...."

Fall Film Previews
September
Screens Story  September 11, 1998
"...D: Orson Welles; with Charlton Heston, Janet Leigh, Welles, Marlene Dietrich, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Akim Tamiroff, Joanna Moore, Dennis Weaver, Mercedes McCambridge, Keenan Wynn...."

Articulations
Are We Not Theatregoers?
Arts Column  August 14, 1998, by Robert Faires
"...Bringing the five newcomers into the fold are core members Emily Ball Cicchini (also the ASW Executive Director), Patricia Fiske, George Franklin, David Gunderson, Christina J. Moore (also ASW Producing Director), Clay Nichols (current co-artistic director), Hank Schwemmer, John Walch (current co-artistic director), and Cyndi Williams..."

Articulations
Script Works: Write On!
Arts Column  March 27, 1998, by Robert Faires
"...But ASW has persevered, and Executive Director Emily Cicchini and Producing Director Christina J. Moore recently announced that two company members have agreed to serve as co-artistic directors in the coming year..."

SXSW Film Conference and Festival '98 Further Reflections
Screens Story  March 27, 1998
"...Dir: Lydia Dean Pilcher; Scr: Reno; Animation: Janie Geiser; Prod: Lydia Dean Pilcher, Reno, Tina DiFeliciantonio; Exec Prod: Jane Wagner, Lily Tomlin, Paula Mazur; DP: Trish Govoni; Ed: Jane Wagner; Cast: Reno, Mary Tyler Moore, Lily Tomlin...."

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......"

Texas Platters
Music Review  September 12, 1997
"...The really exquisite pleasures, however, come from hearing lesser-known but still vital saxmen, who provide the gusto and territorial differentials that link the major players. Fort Worth's King Curtis and Jessie Powell, San Antonio's Clifford Scott, and Houston's Wild Bill Moore, although better known in R&B circles, were still consummate jazzmen..."

Postscripts
Wise Book
Books Column  August 29, 1997, by Clay Smith
"...You might want to visit Barnes & Noble's website, http://www.barnesandnoble.com to "meet" with the following authors: Michael Moore of Downsize This! on Tue, Sept 2, 6pm; Kinky Friedman with Road Kill on Wednesday, September 3, 7pm; and lastly, on Sunday, September 7, 7pm, Cynthia Ozick discusses her latest, The Puttermesser Papers......"

Austin Aqua Festival '97
Music Story  July 25, 1997
"...More than that, however, there's the fact that Aqua Fest, a non-profit, philanthropic organization, has donated several million dollars to the Austin Parks and Recreation Dept, which in turn has made possible such local children's landmarks as the playscape in Zilker Park and the Mary Moore Searide Park - as well as renovations for the Zilker Hillside Theatre, and sprinklers for Auditorium Shores. This year, three fest nights (July 25, 29, 31) find $2 of your entrance fees going to various charities: to Capitol Area Foodbank (bring cans of food and diapers), KVUE-24's "For the Children School Supply Drive" (pencils, crayons, glue), and APD's Operation Blue & Brown Santa (new and used toys), respectively...."

Exhibitionism
Arts Review  April 4, 1997
"...Love is lost and found. An old high school friend who has made it quasi-big in the music industry, haltingly played by Ronnie Moore, drops in for a visit and forces some action from these folks who have proven Newton's law of inertia...."

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..."

Dead of Night
Screens Story  October 25, 1996
"...D: Ronald Moore; with Edwin Neal, Marilyn Burns, Craig Kanne, Alice Villareal. VHS Home Video I Luv Video, 4631 Airport..."

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