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Shakey Graves' Coming Out Party
Local songwriter learned to play live at Pickathon
DAILY Music  August 1, 2014, by Austin Powell
"...I had all of these other songs I wanted to pull out, and I felt comfortable making up words to songs that weren’t even finished. I realized I needed to rethink my approach and allow myself to have the sort of shows I had at Pickathon anywhere, because I’m the person in charge at the end of the day.”..."

Howard Kaylan: Coming Out of His Shell
Two Turtles scurry back to Austin
DAILY Music  June 6, 2013, by Scott Schinder
"...This year’s Happy Together trek features fellow former Top 40 fixtures Gary Lewis, Gary Puckett, ex-Paul Revere & the Raiders vocalist Mark Lindsay, and Three Dog Night’s Chuck Negron, arriving next Thursday, June 13, at the Long Center. It marks the Turtles’ first Austin date in longer than either Kaylan or Volman, who now spends his non-summer months teaching entertainment and music-business courses at Nashville’s Belmont University, can remember...."

The Luv Doc: Coming Out Unscathed
You're kind of a superhero when you're unconscious
Columns  August 31, 2012, by The Luv Doc
"...That's not a real solution, is it? You have to sleep. After a few days without sleep, you might as well be sleeping anyway, because you won't remember much about what happened afterwards - sort of like staying up all night snorting crystal meth and playing 24-hour bingo..."

Come Out for OUTober
Austin celebrates LGBT History/Coming Out Month, big time, citywide
DAILY Qmmunity  October 1, 2014, by Kali Daryl Robinson
"...Tomorrow, Thursday, October 2, at 9am, city Councilmember Laura Morrison will deliver a proclamation to shed light – we hope rainbow-colored – on the importance of this month on the First Floor of the Travis County Commissioners Court...."

ACL Day 3: Rodeo Day
Next Up susses out the last day of ACL Fest 2009
DAILY Music  October 5, 2009, by Aaron Miller
"...Three days, two ruined pairs of shoes, two boxes of film, hours of back pain, and a load of muddy laundry later: worth it. Sunday, mud covered every square inch of Zilker Park..."

Shout OUT: Lex Keaton
These are the people in our gayborhood: Social Services Stud
DAILY Qmmunity  March 27, 2015, by Blake McCoy
"...Name: Lex Keaton Status: Arkansas transplant ID: Lesbian Queerly Quotable: “My goal is to accept the new things that I learn about myself every day and embrace them.”..."

World AIDS Day: No One Untouched
Roger Temme on why we still observe World AIDS Day
DAILY Qmmunity  November 27, 2013, by Sarah Marloff
"...For much of today’s younger LGBTQ generation, AIDS is a thing of the past, a scary campfire tale of days gone by, before AZT and FTC and ABC. This is one of several reasons why World AIDS Day is still commemorated...."

FF2012: Day One of Fantastic Arcade
It's all about money, stories, and nerds.
DAILY Screens  September 20, 2012, by James Renovitch
"...The first day of the Fantastic Arcade at the HighBall was unofficial local developer day with Stoic showing off the beauty of The Banner Saga and White Whale Games discussing the bookish roots of God of Blades. Some of the nonlocal developers had panels too, including Terry Cavanagh discussing his wildly addictive Super Hexagon...."

day trips
Columns  June 6, 1997, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...There are 32 springs throughout the campground, which made it perfect for the original Native American residents and now benefits latter-day campers and swimmers. Two springs feed the 70' by 20' swimming pool at a rate of 70 gallons a minute at a temperature of about 70 degrees..."

Public Notice: Happy Earth Day, and More
Earth Day celebration meets transportation policy
News Column  April 19, 2018, by Nick Barbaro
"...It is the absolute peak of festival season here in Austin: Between Moontower comedy, Old Settler's music, Fusebox performance art, Indie Meme film, Earth Day, 4/20, and assorted other happenings, if you can't find yourself some fun this week, you're doing something wrong...."

Patriots Day
The hunt for the Boston Marathon bombers
Film Review  January 13, 2017, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Following 2013’s Lone Survivor and 2016’s Deepwater Horizon, Patriots Day marks the third collaboration between filmmaker Peter Berg and actor Mark Wahlberg on a film about a real-life catastrophe. Named for the holiday on which the events took place, Patriots Day recounts the horrific bombings at the 2013 Boston Marathon, the dramatic manhunt to find the culprits over the next few days, and the immediate and ongoing aftermath that forever changed the lives of the victims..."

Felicia Day Is Coming to Austin
Also, 'Rock Jocks' is on tour, but mostly that first thing
DAILY Screens  June 18, 2013, by Monica Riese
"...You read that right: The goddess of all things geek, Felicia Day, is coming to Austin...."

Night and Day With Maceo
Still blowin'
DAILY Music  February 19, 2008, by Thomas Fawcett
"...I imagine the culture of that band was vastly different than playing with James. Is that true or am I off base? MP: No, it was like night and day..."

Me Talk Dirty One Day
Bryan Poyser and Jacob Vaughan come clean on their 'Dear Pillow'
Screens Story  September 3, 2004, by John Pierson
"...Two weeks after I moved to Austin and a day before Poyser and Vaughan began their circuitous all-standby planes, trains, and automobiles Houston to Newark to Amsterdam to London to Edinburgh money-saving itinerary, we sat down to talk. We were looking out at the sunset from my new office in the UT film department, three shot glasses from states they'd been to on their tour sitting on the desk..."

Day Trips
Coming up this weekend ...
Columns  February 11, 1999, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Paint the town red in Georgetown for Valentine's Day when downtown merchants will have a jar of chocolate kisses in their stores -- guess the number of kisses in the jar and win a prize, Feb. 12-13..."

Day Labors - Night Falls
Austin's Day Labor Site Attracts Drugs, Criminals
News Story  August 30, 1996
"...On the evening of August 12, when 19-year-old Ali Cokley was shot in the head at the city-owned lot on César Chavez between San Antonio and Guadalupe, the trucks that routinely pull in to pick up day laborers had long stopped coming. Cokley was fatally wounded right next to a line of porta-johns that sits behind Liberty Lunch and the homeless service provider Helping Our Brothers Out (HOBO)..."

Groundhog Day
The delightful romantic comedy is back … again.
Film Review  February 19, 1993, by Louis Black
"...Starring: Bill Murray, Andie MacDowell, Chris Elliott and Stephen Tobolowsky. Working within the confines of what could have been an amazingly restricting idea -- that weatherman Bill Murray is trapped in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania on February 2, forced to live Groundhog Day over and over -- co-writer/director Ramis has instead fashioned a surprisingly romantic comedy..."

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
This pleasant throwback to the live-action Disney films of yore provides brisk fun for all.
Film Review  October 10, 2014, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...This comedy is a throwback to the kind of live-action family films that Disney used to do so well. Instead of Freaky Friday, we have Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day – which, indeed, is quite good..."

UT's Day After Tomorrow Is Here
Maybe Dennis Quaid was right about UT athletics
DAILY Sports  September 22, 2010, by Will Eidam
"...Pop Quiz: Did I just refer to: A) The plot to The Day After Tomorrow or B) University of Texas’ fall athletics progams?..."

Day Trips
Columns  February 27, 1998, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Without the cuttings, the rose now called the Martha Gonzales would have been lost. Today, it is a popular landscape rose...."

Coming of Age
Recommended at aGLIFF 2002
Screens Story  August 23, 2002, by Kimberley Jones
"...Four films were shown, all foreign. Compare that infancy with the cocksure 15-year-old before you, boasting an 11-day program with 120 feature films and a wealth of shorts, much of the lineup homegrown, ambitious in scope, inching closer and closer toward evenness in number of gay and lesbian content, and no longer confined to stories of coming out or coming under the specter of AIDS, the two subjects that defined Nineties queer cinema..."

Early Warning: The Lege is Coming!
Tribune Fest offers a taste of things to come
DAILY News  September 26, 2012, by Michael King
"...Gov. Rick Perry’s developing romance with Satan was not the only mixed pleasure offered by last weekend’s Texas Tribune Festival – a three-day policy immersion for wonks and wonkabees...."

Gay Place: Gay as the Day Is Long
From Long to Fiesta and night to day, Austin Pride rolls on
Columns  September 9, 2011, by Kate X Messer
"...We listed AGLPF's ticketed and free events as well as a number of non-Pride happenings around town. Congrats, AGLPF, and happy Pride, everyone. THURSDAY..."

Day Trips
Museum-hopping in Houston.
Columns  October 22, 1999, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...The Caroline Wiess Law Building opens Tue.-Sat., 10am-5pm and Sun., 12:15-6pm. Admission on Thursday is free, 10am-9pm..."

Day Trips
Coming up this weekend...
Columns  June 10, 1999, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Chisholm Trail Round-Up in Lockhart harkens back to the day when the town was a staging point for cattle drives up the Chisholm Trail with fun in City Park, June 10-13. 512/398-2818...."

Day Trips
Coming up this weekend ...
Columns  November 20, 1998, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Poinsettia Celebration in Brenham at Ellison's Greenhouses invites the public to view a five-acre sea of different colored holiday plants before they are shipped out to florists around the state, Nov. 21-22..."

day trips
Columns  October 27, 1995, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...With good crowds coming out on Friday and Saturday nights to fill the dance floor, the Worthys began concentrating on rebuilding the kitchen and dining room next door, and finished last June...."

Austin Improv Celebrates the Day of the Dead With La Vida de los Muertos
Hideout Theatre breathes life into una vida improvisada
Arts Story  October 11, 2018, by Trey Gutierrez
"...Coming from Latinx backgrounds themselves, Zambrano and Drago knew firsthand the spiritual significance of the holiday and that improvising a play around the subject would require the utmost care and sensitivity. For this reason, the duo decided early on that La Vida should feature an exclusively Latinx cast..."

Not Coming to a Network Near You
Q&A with ATX panelist & 'NTSF:SD:SUV' star Paul Scheer
DAILY Screens  May 29, 2012, by Leah Churner
"...They dominate that space and have huge ad revenues, while the networks’ ratings are falling. They don’t have those big paydays..."

Day Trips & Beyond: February Events Roundup
Drivin' the blues away
DAILY Travel  February 1, 2017, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Two vintage steam engines return to service on the daily run between Williams, Ariz., and the South Rim of the Grand Canyon on selected Saturdays during the upcoming year. These mighty work horses are a rare sight..."

Day Trips & Beyond: Six Baseballs for Cuba
Capt. Day Trips makes friends in Cuba by handing out new baseballs
DAILY Travel  March 16, 2016, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Handing out baseballs in Cuba: A "Day Trips" travelogue...."

Austin’s Record Store Day Picks
Local releases and where to get 'em
DAILY Music  April 15, 2015, by Kevin Curtin
"...Music freaks and fetishists mark their calendars annually for this coming Saturday – April 18 – anticipating the eighth iteration of Record Store Day, a consumer holiday spotlighting the unique culture of independent record shops...."

Good Luck Eats for New Year's Day
Southern food traditions and recipes to ensure prosperity in 2013
DAILY Food  December 29, 2012, by Mick Vann
"...In the Deep South, three dishes are requisite fare on New Year’s Day, and the enduring popularity of all three is based on not only on culinary superstition and food symbolism, but the on fact that the ingredients for all three dishes are cheap and abundant...."

Day Trips
The Wonder Cave has the unique quality of being the only show cave in Texas created by an earthquake
Columns  September 17, 2010, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Wonder Cave was discovered in 1896 by a farmer drilling for water. The first exploration of the cave began on a cold day when the family noticed steam coming out of the ground behind their house..."

Toros Tryouts: Day One, Part Two
DAILY Sports  October 22, 2006, by Josh Rosenblatt
"...Halfway through the first day of Toros open tryouts last weekend, I had a long conversation with a man named David Thompson. A retired electrician originally from Jamaica, Thompson had made the long trip down from his home in the Bronx with his son Devin, a lanky forward who was on the floor killing himself running drills while his father and I chatted amiably on the sidelines..."

Celebrate Father's Day with Vegan Barbecue and Cupcakes
Some dads are really into plant-based food
DAILY Food  June 16, 2018, by Alisha McDarris
"...As far as parent-centric holidays go, Father’s Day sometimes gets the short end of the stick. Don’t make your dad cook his own celebratory meal this year..."

Coming Attractions
The latest on Blue Starlite's big move, Drafthouse Mueller's opening day, and AFS Cinema's work in progress
Screens Story  March 9, 2017, by Richard Whittaker
"...Every new Drafthouse has a theme, and for Mueller (pronounced Miller), it's all the fun of the fair with a carnival motif, including the Barrel o' Fun. During the day, when families are waiting for screenings at any of the Sony 4K digital projection-fitted screens (ranging from 45 to 140 seats), kids can play boardwalk-style games, while the sugartastic menu features old-timey treats like house-made sodas..."

Day Trips: Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, Taos, N.M.
Take a walk with a wild view across the seventh-highest bridge in the U.S.
Columns  July 23, 2015, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Another way to see the bridge is from the river looking up. All-day rafting trips begin north of the bridge and then pinball through the white water of the Taos Box before coming out near Taos...."

Everything You Need to Know About TableTop Day
Gamers unite in Wil Wheaton-created holiday
DAILY Screens  April 3, 2014, by Ashley Moreno
"...The good news: This Saturday, game and comic shops all over town will celebrate International TableTop Day, a board game holiday invented by Wil Wheaton’s YouTube show, TableTop! The bad news? There’s no way Austin has stocked enough pizza and Twizzlers to power the event...."

Playback: Priced Out?
Soon, Austin’s golden geese – musicians – will be priced out of the live music capital
Music Column  November 1, 2013, by Kevin Curtin
"..."In 1990, Austin was cheap – rent was about $300," he recalled. "At that time, I could hustle up three shows a day and make $91 and have rent money in one week."..."

One Day at a Time
The lines start early on distribution day at the St. John Community Food Center
News Story  November 25, 2011, by Michael King
"...Every Wednesday morning, the St. John Community Food Center opens for business at 9am..."

Perry's Day of Fasting for Ballots
Governor running for president or pope?
DAILY News  June 7, 2011, by Richard Whittaker
"...With both Sarah Palin and Rick Santorum both circling the GOP presidential nominations, it seemed Monday would be a bad day for Gov. Rick Perry to burnish his wingnut fundamentalist credentials..."

Always Coming Back Home to You
Welcome to the big time, Slug. We’re glad you noticed.
DAILY Music  August 6, 2009, by Chase Hoffberger
"..."Most of the shows we play, the back of the venue usually starts at that tree and runs straight across to that light over there,” Slug said late into Atmosphere's throwdown at Stubb’s Wednesday night. “You have no idea how good it is to see all you ugly people all the way the fuck back there.”..."

Day Trips
Sausage lovers will be in hog heaven at Fischer's Meat Market in Muenster, Texas
Columns  October 10, 2008, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Although it is just a small part of the business at Fischer's USDA-inspected processing plant, the crew churns out 2,200 pounds a day of ground beef and pork mixed with a secret blend of spices handed down through generations of Fishers (the family dropped the "c"). "Our sausage also is a lot leaner than most other sausages," Penny says...."

Day Trips
Robb Kendrick is a successful photographer, lavender farmer, and avid day-tripper
Columns  April 4, 2008, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Robb Kendrick sat down with me recently to talk about photography, lavender, and day-tripping...."

Day Trips
The past and present of the West Texas town of Iraan
Columns  April 27, 2007, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...The fourth test well blew a gusher that covered a tent city four miles away. On his 67th birthday, Yates was handed an $18 million oil royalty check...."

Day Trips
The Texas International Apple Festival in Medina will have plenty of free samples of homegrown apples
Columns  July 23, 2004, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Every year on the last Saturday of July, the apple growers of the Texas Hill Country challenge the apple growers of foreign countries and other states to a contest to see who has the freshest fruit. The Texas growers know that it's a hollow dare..."

Quit Your Day Job
Stark singer-songwriter David Ramirez used to box up 15,000 pies a day
Music Story  February 8, 2018, by Doug Freeman
"...My job was to load them all into crates, and they would be coming very quickly. We would wrap and pack up 15,000 pies a day..."

Five Kaiju You'll Never See Coming
Before you see 'Pacific Rim,' expand your monster knowledge
DAILY Screens  July 11, 2013, by Richard Whittaker
"...Guillermo del Toro knows it, we know it, everyone knows it: Cinema was invented so one day we could watch giant robots beat the snot out of giant monsters. This weekend, Westernized kaiju Pacific Rim opens, and you can immerse yourself in the history of rubber-suited monsters and cardboard buildings crushed beneath their molded toes...."

ACL Fest Day 2
Day 2: The Hazards of Mud
DAILY Music  October 3, 2009, by Margaret Moser
"...The sky wasn't just crying on Day 2 of ACL Fest, it was sobbing in big wet gulps. Flogging Molly embraced the day like beautiful Irish weather, but as the afternoon went on and the rain didn't relent, it prompted an audience member during The Decemberists' electrifying set to comment, "What are they singing? The hazards of mud?"..."

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