"...After being held without bail for five months, 22-year-old David McKay stepped out into the Minnesota cold on Monday after being released on a $25,000 bond following a mistrial. The weeklong trial, in which McKay was charged with possession of unregistered firearms, ended after jurors admitted they couldn't reach a verdict..."
"...Maybe we'll just run over and backdoor it at 101X," says Kris McKay, literally moments after she's laid down the final vocals to her latest recording. McKay on Austin's alternative rock station? Who would have thought? Yet because three years ago, McKay herself didn't know whether she'd ever make it into a studio again, who could blame her wanting now to record and do her own radio promotion? McKay's station target isn't even that misguided, since her version of Prince's "When Doves Cry," intended for September's Austin Does Prince compilation, could indeed be legitimate 101X material -- showcasing a voice that manages to add immeasurable soul, intimacy, and charm to an already proven piece of songwriting..."
"...Paul police searched the trailer without a warrant and seized the shields. The next day, two of the van's passengers, David McKay, 22, and Bradley Crowder, 23, were arrested for disorderly conduct..."
"...When Austinites Bradley Crowder and David McKay were arrested at the 2008 Republican National Convention in St. Paul, Minn., and jailed on charges of domestic terrorism, however, the National Defense Authorization Act had yet to be signed into law, the Arab Spring was three years away, WikiLeaks was as yet unheard of, and Anonymous' "hacktivism" was focused almost entirely on the Church of Scientology..."
"...That's where Executive Creative Director Amos David McKay, Berg's latest hire, comes in. McKay joins Arts+Labor from Atlanta, where he worked for BBDO, one of the biggest advertising firms in the world, and led campaigns for AT&T, among other corporate clients..."
"...Crowder, along with his friend David McKay, 22, was arrested on charges that he was the leader of a group of activists who drove up from Austin with plans to disrupt the Republican National Convention. After a series of events that included the St..."
"...Better This World Documentary Feature Competition D: Katie Galloway & Kelly Duane de la Vega; with Bradley Crowder, David McKay, Brandon Darby, Diana Welch..."
"...Brandon Darby is no stranger to media attention, but he's new to the kind he's been getting since a St. Paul Pioneer Press article identified him in October as the informant who had "infiltrated" Bradley Crowder and David McKay's "protest group." A few days later, Darby's friend and fellow Austin activist Scott Crow passionately defended Darby on indie media site www.ntimc.org, calling the report an "absolute COINTELPRO lie." Crow was ultimately proven wrong by Darby himself, who proudly admitted his informant's role in a December open letter..."
"...Darby, for the uninitiated, was the character at the center of a 2008 controversy involving eight Austin activists, the Republican National Convention, a couple Molotov cocktails, and an FBI wire that landed then-22-year-old David McKay in federal prison...."
"...Hi Marc Savlov, I loved your article – you really captured what I think makes this film so important [“Domestic Terrorists? Or Activist-Acolytes Led Astray by a Mentor?,” Screens, Feb. 24]. There is one issue, however, which needs clarification: In your piece you write, "According to Crowder and McKay's testimonies, however, the Molotovs were Darby's idea and it was he who egged them on to commit to acts they never would have conceived of in the first place." [Editor's note: This text has since been corrected.] This statement is only half true..."
"...• The Republican National Convention firebomb trial took another turn Tuesday when David McKay (pictured) switched his plea to guilty after the U.S. attorney in the case asked for immunity for co-defendant Bradley Crowder..."
"...D: Ken Loach; with Peter Mullan, Louise Goodall, Gary Lewis, Lorraine McIntosh, David McKay, Anne-Marie Kennedy...."
"...The tale alternates between being boisterous and haunting, with Prudencia abandoning her tormentors to seek her lodging for the night on foot and encountering a mysterious woman in the darkness (a spooky Annie Grace, waving a bottle of vodka in the spare illumination of a flashlight) before meeting up with her host, who ultimately reveals that Prudencia will be staying with him considerably later than breakfast the next day. David McKay splendidly segues from the most milquetoasty of landlords into a Devil to drop your blood to the freezing point, but he leavens the hellishness with just enough humanity to make us feel for the old hoofed demon..."
"...9:50The Lesser Evil, Q&A with David McKay..."
"...Best known as Dr. McKay in the Stargate franchise, Hewlett has spent much of his career working on genre projects..."
"...Poodie’s carries on the beloved Austin standard of singer-songwriter residencies with its live music schedule Sunday through Thursdays, including this coming Monday's Texas Songwriter showcase starring George Ensle, Brennan Leigh, and Noel McKay. Next Friday after Thanksgiving, W.C..."
"...Directed by: Ken Loach. Starring: Anne-Marie Kennedy, David McKay, Lorraine Mcintosh, Gary Lewis, Louise Goodall and Peter Mullen..."
"...Directed by: Adam McKay. Starring: Will Ferrell, Christina Applegate, Paul Rudd, Steven Carell, David Koechner, Fred Willard and Chris Parnell..."
"...TINA & THE B-SIDES, KRIS MCKAY..."
"...Directed by: Adam McKay. Starring: Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd, Steve Carell, David Koechner, Christina Applegate, Dylan Baker, James Marsden, Meagan Good, Kristen Wiig, Fred Willard and Josh Lawson...."