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Don't Leave
If you are in Houston or Galveston, do not leave your home. If you evacuated, do not try to return.
DAILY Emergency  September 13, 2008, by Kate X Messer
"...Harris County Homeland Security & Emergency Management director Harris County Judge Ed Emmett issued these statements at a press conference from Houston just a few minutes ago:..."

Mayor's Office Promotes Don't Rush Day
Adler really wants you not to drive during rush hour May 11
DAILY News  May 6, 2016, by Amy Kamp
"...Adler, who asked that Austinites stay home on March 11 when President Barack Obama was in town for SXSW, is now working to convince drivers to avoid being in their cars during rush hour next Wednesday. "This is an attempt to recreate the traffic flow when people stayed home because the President came to town for SXSW, and Austin saw traffic times drop by half on MoPac and by about half that much on our downtown streets," Adler wrote in a press release...."

If It Ain't Bruch, Don't Fix It
Just a drummer from Iowa? Just a culinary badass? Hold his beer.
DAILY Food  December 21, 2017, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...And my best friend’s older brother was kind of the hot-shit drummer at school at the time. And he’d bring home the high-school drum kit over the summer, have it set up in the garage..."

Honky-Tonkers Don't Cry
Dale Watson's heads for the streets of Baltimore
Music Story  November 25, 2005, by Darcie Stevens
"...Which is why he makes his home in Austin, a city outsiders still think of as the home of Texas blues, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and a certain liberal element. But underneath that exterior, like Watson, pumps country blood..."

Don't Believe the Hype
Local Digiterati on the Good, the Bad, and the Internet in Between
Screens Story  January 28, 2000, by Jon Lebkowsky
"...Jackson: The Web lets everyone be a publisher. Everyone in the world wants a wire from their home..."

My Gang Don't Bow Down
Big Chief Kevin Goodman sew, sew, sews a new history here in Austin
Music Story  May 5, 2006, by Margaret Moser
"...New Orleans and its levees are ill-prepared for the hurricane season that begins June 1. Uncertainty fogs the future of his hometown and unanswered questions abound for thousands of New Orleanians displaced throughout the country..."

Juiced: Don't Cry for Me, Roger Clemens
DAILY Sports  May 10, 2007, by Christopher Gray
"...Or they should. Although they lost this afternoon's getaway game to the Redlegs 9-5, Chris "Remember Me?" Burke did hit a three-run homer, and their record against Cincinnati this year is a more-than-respectable 7-2, meaning against the rest of the league they're, err, 9-16..."

Don't Prioritize Local Art
Postmarks  May 11, 2009
"...But prioritizing local art over all others is bad for business, artistically speaking. You have to leave home to come home..."

Don't Forget the Children
AISD races and bond proposals
News Story  April 25, 2008, by Richard Whittaker
"...But he argues he's the best fit for the district. He was raised in a blue-collar, bilingual Laredo family that highly valued education, and in 2004, he and his wife made a major decision: With their third child entering Bryker Woods Elementary in neighboring District 5 and two elder sons heading for Burnet, he would leave his job as a human resources manager at the state comptroller's office and become a stay-at-home father..."

Won't Leave the Nest
Singing AMN's Praises
News Column  May 20, 1999, by Jenny Staff
"...Second, because of a clause in the station's contract with Time Warner, Austin's cable provider, if Channel 15 goes dark for a period of 30 days, Time Warner gets the frequency back for its own use. Which means a new home shopping network, or something equally odious, would pop up on Channel 15, and if AMN wanted to come back, it would be relegated to somewhere in the cable channel stratosphere...."

Don't Let the Door Hit You on the Way Out
News Story  March 31, 2016, by Richard Whittaker
"...I remember my first day here, I went to Hut's Hamburgers and got seated straightaway. It was just like dining with my family in Lee's Restaurant, back home in Lincoln, Nebraska..."

Hats and Books Don't Mix?
Postmarks  June 13, 2012
"...Little separates the battles of Bloods and Crips, from, say, the conflicting loyalties of Rangers and Yankees, Cowboys and Redskins, Shiite and Sunni. As the caucasian sexagenarian librarian commented to me, "Leave that hat in your car." Or, if you rode a bike or took the bus to the library, be sure to place your hat in your backpack or European shoulder bag before being asked kindly to go back home and start your journey all over again..."

Fabricant's Drug War Rule No. 1: Don't Pull A Wendy Watson
The Busted! Mantra: Reading is Fundamental....
DAILY News  February 9, 2007, by Jordan Smith
"... Grade: F The Fourth Commandment: THOU SHALL NOT PISS AWAY THY RIGHTS. And the DEA says, "Under questioning, Watson claimed complete responsibility for the drugs." Grade: F The Eighth Commandment: THOU SHALL LEAVE THY DOPE AT HOME..."

Page Two: Don't Move Here
We're Number Three!
Columns  June 17, 2011, by Louis Black
"...He brings it all home by quoting an ex-Austinite: "And there's nothing unique going on in Austin. 'Tell me what the cool venue is in Austin right now..."

Never Leave Nevada
By turns goofy and reflective, Never Leave Nevada is a quirky and intelligent comedy/drama about making do in a world perched on the brink of nuclear annihilation. This first feature...
Film Review  June 14, 1991, by Marie Mahoney
"...His partner is Luis Ramirez (Rincon), a somewhat ill-tempered poli-sci graduate from Berkeley trying to live down his past as the child star of the oft-rerun '50s TV show, Mexican Mule Boy. Nestled in the mecca of nuclear protest, Sean and Luis meet a similarly mismatched pair of local women: Betty Gurling (Buchanan) runs a clinic which provides health care for the town's bordello; her roommate, Lou Ann Pearlstein (Catmull), moved to Nevada from her mixed-up half-Jewish home in Arkansas and now deals blackjack at a casino..."

A Home of Our Own
Sometimes producer, sometimes actor and sometimes director Tony Bill (this time he directed) has terrific taste in material. Especially in the films he directsr, Bill's works are all loosely focused...
Film Review  November 12, 1993, by Louis Black
"...Especially in the films he directsr, Bill's works are all loosely focused slice-of-life films that tell very human stories. My Bodyguard, Five Corners, Crazy People and, now, A Home of Our Own, are not what you would consider mainstream films..."

This Ain't No KOA
Don't Let the Tent Flap Hit You on Your Way Out...
News Story  February 16, 1996, by Audrey Duff
"...Michael Urubek says the city council is dreaming if it thinks the new encampment ordinance will succeed in solving the homeless problem. His view may not sound radical until you know who he is: Urubek is the Austin police lieutenant in charge of fielding questions about the city-wide camping ban..."

The Animated Adventures of Don Bluth and Gary Goldman
The men behind 'The Secret of NIMH' visit Austin this weekend
DAILY Screens  August 9, 2013, by Richard Whittaker
"...In order to speed up our training, Don suggested that we try to make a short film in his garage. He already had a Disney animation desk at home for practice, and a 16mm Movieola – a film machine for watching films..."

The Home School
Austin's latest class of cinematic talent – represented by six anticipated films at SXSW – is going places, but they aren't leaving anytime soon.
Screens Story  March 10, 2006, by Spencer Parsons
"...Heather Courtney: At least for doc filmmakers, it seems like to get jobs producing or shooting, you have to be in New York or L.A. Ultimately with docs, you go where the story is, but I feel really lucky to work with all the people I've worked with in Austin, and I always wanted to come back here to a home base..."

Mardi Gras 2015: Wendy Colonna to Home and Back, Pt.1
Austinite/SWLA-native proves you can go home again – and sing about it
DAILY The Gay Place  January 30, 2015, by Kate X Messer
"...Just in time for Mardi Gras, the Austin heartthrob honey crooner put those satiny vocals to work and released the sweet ode, "My Southwest Louisiana Home," a song commissioned by the Lake Charles Southwest Louisiana Convention and Visitors Bureau for a new video being placed across the planet to promote the warmth and whimsy of the region...."

(T.J.) Ford Tough
DAILY Sports  December 21, 2007, by Andy Denham
"...So your 2003 College Player of the Year is banged up; on December 10 the Toronto Raptors’ T.J. Ford played with a busted thumb that led to a 1-9 effort from the floor against a Sacramento Kings squad that is nothing to write home to mom about..."

The Home Front
Various dispatches from the anti-war movement around Austin.
News Story  March 28, 2003

Lakeview Residents Not Ready to Leave
Luxury apartments displace low-income renters
News Story  October 1, 2015, by Tony Cantú
"...At Lakeview, tenants were sent notices asking them to vacate the premises by the end of September. Among the displaced are 121 children whose parents now have to try to keep them enrolled in AISD schools as they scramble to find new homes..."

The Things You Leave Behind
Arts Story  October 6, 1995
"...I brought my walking sticks home and leaned them in a corner by the cabinet that holds my collection of old, tattered children's books. When I die, where will all these books go? Will anyone recognize my name scrawled at an early age across the first page of the Better Homes and Gardens Story Book, so politically incorrect it contains stories of both Little Black Sambo and Br'er Rabbit? And what about my collection of yellow pitchers and my weird aluminum platters? Will all this be scattered like the walking sticks of that childless old man, chronicles of a lifetime of travels, a tangible record of his relentless efforts to lug home branches and twigs from Africa, Asia, and the Soviet Republic to store in a barrel by the television in the den, to ponder and stroke and remember when he was too old for globetrotting? Is it reason enough to have children just to have someone to inherit my kitchen wares?..."

This Ain't No Picnic: Minutemen on Patrol
The sinister legions of the 'Drug Cartel' have little to fear from the latest incarnation of border hysteria. As for the rest of us ...
News Story  October 28, 2005, by Diana Welch
"..."Aw, what's he doing?" moaned Trautmann. "Why not just invite 'em on in!" Minutes later, the Fonz radioed back that he had spotted a white SUV with its lights off and Department of Homeland Security plates..."

You Can Leave Your Hat On
The ballad of Mambo John Treanor
Music Story  July 20, 2001, by Andy Langer
"...And it keeps you alive. I come home feeling much better than when I left."..."

Won't You Come In?
For four years, playwright Lisa D'Amour and director Katie Pearl have forged an uncommon bond with audiences through the welcoming, intimate quality of their theatre work. They've also forged an uncommon bond with each other, a mutually fulfilling creative partnership that will continue for the rest of their lives.
Arts Story  May 11, 2001, by Robert Faires
"...Whatever they do, it will be attentive, solicitous, considerate of your individual desires as an audience member -- to the point that if you decline to do anything more than sit and watch, they'll accommodate you just as graciously as they do anyone else in attendance. They generate hospitality, these two, treating patrons as guests in their home -- which, in a sense, they are..."

Sounding the Alarm on Texas' Nursing Home System
25% of the state's 1,200 long-term care centers have been cited for serious standard deficiencies
News Story  October 19, 2017, by Nina Hernandez and Annamarya Scaccia
"...Back in July, news broke out of North Austin that a 90-year-old resident of a nursing home had accused one of its employees of abuse. The woman said that as punishment for wetting the bed, the employee would flip the disabled woman over and strike her repeatedly on her backside...."

I'll Be Home for Christmas
Music Story  December 25, 1998, by Christopher Hess
"...So, you really have to depend on the locals. And the local scene, a big chunk is taken out of it 'cause a lot of people leave town or go on vacation or go home or they don't want to play because it's the Christmas season."..."

Kate Shindle Talks Fun Home
The former Miss America on why she loves starring in the national tour of the Tony Award-winning musical
Arts Story  August 10, 2017, by Rosalind Faires
"...Kate Shindle didn't end up in Fun Home by accident. The former Miss America, current president of Actors' Equity, author, and lifelong AIDS activist had her own keen eye on the show's development..."

Take It or Leave It
Are the Strokes great? The Chronicle's Christopher Gray says no, but talks to them anyway.
Music Story  November 15, 2002, by Christopher Gray
"...The Strokes might get recognized more often if they spent more time at home, because in terms of esteemed New York figureheads, they currently trail only ex-Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and the Yankees. (Actually, after Clemens and Co.'s playoff loss to Anaheim, the Tousled Ones may have moved up.) The New York Times Magazine illustrated exactly how starved the city was for new musical heroes by selecting the Strokes as the sound of the city in its recent "State of New York" issue...."

The Man Who Wasn't There
Screens Story  March 11, 1999, by Anne S. Lewis
"...My phone rings and it's doc maker Paul Stekler returning my call from a pay phone at the Newark airport. He suggests I call his colleague, Richard Lewis, who worked with Broomfield on Aileen Wuornos: The Selling of a Serial Killer, and gives me Lewis' home phone number, a number different from the one I'd left a message on earlier..."

Sing Me Back Home
The Return of Libbi Bosworth
Music Story  September 20, 1996, by Lee Nichols
"...Any desire to sell out had to be tempered by whether her stomach could stand it. It couldn't, and she now calls Austin home again...."

Three Food Tours That Will Leave You Hungry for More
Everything from food trucks to famed Austin restaurants
Food Story  July 6, 2017, by Brandon Watson
"...Since her work at a biotech firm included global travel, Fulton used every opportunity to eat at the world's best restaurants. But it wasn't until she tried Modernist cooking at home that Bold Food was born..."

Etiquette Won't Save Lives
Postmarks  December 30, 2015
"...25]: Susan comes to the (all too common) conclusion that relaxing the limitations on where, and how, CHL holders can carry their handguns will result in numbers of careless people "playing Cowboy or Soldier," firing their weapons recklessly among the general public. She asks CHL holders to leave our guns at home. The new law only allows licensed CHL holders (all of whom have voluntarily subjected themselves to a background check) to carry openly. I won't open carry because I don't want to make myself the obvious first target of a criminal shooter..."

Home From Home
Austin opens arms to New Orleans 'guests,' longing to return
News Story  September 9, 2005, by Amy Smith
"...Like so many others, the middle-aged couple had tried to ride out the storm at home, with their two cats. But by last Wednesday, with conditions outside their door looking progressively worse, and with their supply of water and food either gone or spoiled, they had no choice but to flee..."

Leave Struggling Artists Alone
Postmarks  May 4, 2005
"...Dear Editor, So, the other day I woke up and there was a prerecorded message from Sara Hickman on my answering machine telling me that I should go out and vote for the smoking ban because it's so gross for her and her bandmates to go play a show and come home smelling like smoke. When was the last time that she had to play a show at a smoking bar? Then I got something in the mail the next day with Sara's face and Marcia Ball's face on it talking about the smoking ban..."

Still Looking for a Home
Austin searches once again for a comprehensive solution for homelessness
News Story  November 30, 2012, by Mike Kanin
"...Patient No. 1 does not have a home, let alone any sort of insurance coverage..."

Can't Get There From Here
While suburban rail spends and stumbles, Cap Metro's transit-dependent riders wait at the end of the line
News Story  January 22, 2010, by Lee Nichols
"..."That's not as bad if you're at home, but if you're at the mall or anyplace you'd be coming home from. ....."

Scavenging for Home
The NATObombing of Belgrade provoked playwright Lisa D'Amour to examine the intention behind her art and reasons for being an artist.
Arts Story  January 28, 2000, by Lisa D'Amour
"...Suddenly, bombs were being dropped blocks from homes of my dear friends/mentors. Their lives and their art were in grave danger..."

Won't Get Schooled Again
Austin's Music Class of '98
Music Story  January 23, 1998, by Andy Langer
"...Using five songs he originally prepared at home to pitch to another Atlantic artist, Garza's 4-Track Manifesto not only prepared the local's existing fanbase for a fairly radical rock crossover, it also made college radio inroads with "Disco Ball World." Even better, Garza spent nearly two months on the record store circuit, playing in-stores for members of the Independent Retail Coalition - stores that could play pivotal roles early in the retail promotion of Garza's full-length debut...."

Oh, Build Me a Home
Architects Espouse "Traditional Neighborhood Districts"
News Story  May 23, 1997, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...Convenient to (mandatory) shopping and public transportation. Walk to work, or work at home, or live upstairs from your office! A new kind of suburban living...."

You Can't Bury Me
Octavis Berry died, but he left behind the League of Extraordinary G'z
Music Story  June 8, 2012, by Chase Hoffberger
"...Home to Reggie Coby, Leroy "Greezo" Minor, and band manager Kunal Sharma, plus a temporary abode to Robert "Lowkey" Hein, Tucker "Tuk da Gat" Ivey, and LaDarrian "Dowrong" Torry, the house is the mecca for all things League-affiliated...."

Can't Hear Your Mama Call
Columns  June 10, 1999, by Michael Ventura
"...Leave it to Screamin' Jay Hawkins to predict the future. Check out his "Little Demons," where in one verse Screamin' Jay outlines the fate this generation would not only face but would pass on to their children: "He had steam in his soul for the one he loves/So he had death in his mind 'cause the demon let him go/Gonna run through the world 'til he understands his pain/Somebody help him get the demon home again."..."

One Family Won't Abandon Ship: The Last Holdout
News Story  February 14, 1997
"...Lupe Riojas traces his finger along the faded date etched into his cement front porch: July 15, '61. "This is the date we moved in here," he recalls. More than a third of a century has passed since Riojas' home on Henderson Street was part of a sleepy neighborhood running along Shoal Creek near downtown; today the area is humming with activity, and Riojas' dwelling is sandwiched between the Whole Foods/Book People shopping center at the northeast corner of Sixth and Lamar, and the sparkly new GSD&M advertising agency offices across the street...."

Coming to a Home Entertainment Center Near You
DVD: Devil Video Discs or DiVine Discs?
Screens Review  April 17, 1998, by Bud Simons
"...illustration by Jason Stout Quite a few years ago, my home was broken into and robbed. Thieves being practical individuals, they stole just about every electronic appliance that could be carried off..."

Movie Titles for 1997
Screens Story  January 9, 1998
"...JANE 2.5 (M.S.) 8/22/97 GABBEH PREVIEW NA (M.B.) 10/24/97 GAME, THE 2.5 (M.S.) 9/12/97 GAMERA: GUARDIAN OF THE UNIVERSE 1.5 (M.S.) 9/12/97 GANG RELATED 3.0 (S.D.) 10/17/97 GARBAGE 3.5 (M.S.) 3/14/97 GATTACA 4.0 (M.S.) 10/24/97 GENTLEMEN DON'T EAT POETS 2.5 (M.S.) 5/9/97 GEORGE OF THE JUNGLE 2.5 (M.S.) 7/18/97 GODFATHER, THE 4.5 (M.B.) 3/28/97 GOING ALL THE WAY 1.5 (M.B.) 10/24/97 GONE FISHIN' 2.0 (R.S.) 6/6/97 GOOD BURGER 2.5 (M.B.) 8/1/97 GOOD WILL HUNTING 3.0 (M.S.) 12/26/97 GRADUATE, THE 4.0 (A.M.) 3/28/97 GRAY'S ANATOMY 3.0 (M.S.) 7/18/97 GRIDLOCK'D 3.0 (R.S.) 1/31/97 GROSSE POINTE BLANK 3.5 (A.M.) 4/11/97 GUANTANAMERA 3.0 (R.S.) 10/10/97 GUIMBA, THE TYRANT PREVIEW NA (M.B.) NA GUMMO BOMB (R.S.) 11/28/97 HAMLET 4.0 (R.F.) 1/24/97 H HAPPY TOGETHER 4.0 (R.S.) 12/5/97 HARD EIGHT 3.0 (R.S.) 3/21/97 HARDER THEY COME, THE REVIVAL NA (M.B.) 9/26/97 HAUNTED WORLD OF EDWARD D. WOOD, JR., THE 3.5 (M.S.) 10/10/97 HEAD ABOVE WATER 3.0 (M.S.) 6/27/97 HERCULES 3.5 (H.C.) 6/27/97 HIGH ROAD, THE 2.5 (A.M.) 1/17/97 HOLLOW REED 3.5 (M.B.) 7/11/97 HOME ALONE 3 2.5 (R.S.) 12/12/97 HOODLUM 2.0 (M.S.) 9/5/97 HOTEL DE LOVE 2.0 (A.M.) 2/21/97 HOUSE OF YES, THE 2.0 (M.S.) 10/24/97 I I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER 3.0 (M.S.) 10/17/97 ICE STORM, THE 2.5 (M.B.) 11/14/97 IN & OUT 3.5 (R.S.) 9/19/97 IN LOVE AND WAR 1.5 (A.M.) 1/24/97 IN THE COMPANY OF MEN 4.5 (M.B.) 9/5/97 INSIDE 2.5 (A.M.) 3/21/97 INTIMATE RELATIONS 3.0 (M.S.) 10/10/97 INVENTING THE ABBOTTS 2.0 (M.B.) 4/4/97 IRMA VEP 3.5 (M.S.) 8/1/97 J JACKAL, THE 1.5 (R.S.) 11/14/97 JACKIE BROWN 3.5 (M.S.) 12/26/97 JACKIE CHAN'S FIRST STRIKE 2.5 (R.S.) 1/17/97 JERUSALEM 3.0 (R.S.) 7/4/97 JOHN GRISHAM'S THE RAINMAKER 3.0 (R.S.) 11/21/97 JOHNS 2.0 (A.M.) 4/4/97 JUNGLE 2 JUNGLE 1.5 (H.C.) 3/14/97 K KAMA SUTRA 2.5 (R.S.) 3/14/97 KEYS TO TULSA 1.5 (M.S.) 7/11/97 KICKED IN THE HEAD 2.5 (M.B.) 9/26/97 KISS ME GUIDO 2.5 (S.D.) 8/29/97 KISS OR KILL 3.5 (M.S.) 11/28/97 KISS THE GIRLS 2.0 (R.S.) 10/3/97 KISSED 3.0 (M.B.) 5/30/97 KOLYA 3.5 (R.S.) 2/28/97 KULL THE CONQUEROR 1.0 (M.S.) 8/29/97 L L.A..."

Can't We All Just Call It Thursday?
More Than 200 Years of Turkeys
  November 29, 1996, by Spike Gillespie
"...So, to deal with this nagging "you have to do something" sentiment, I decided to make one small nod to the occasion by heading over to a homeless shelter to dole out yummies to the have-lesses. That would give me a way to commemorate what I could not shut out, and to do so in a way less selfish than sitting around stuffing myself to the gills..."

John Fogerty Won’t Back Down
From Pete Seeger and Tom Petty to the romance of the Sixties
DAILY Music  October 25, 2017, by Raoul Hernandez
"...You’re defending our rights, and if you want to have those rights, you have to be will to serve,” blah, blah, blah. Then after you come home, they ignore you...."

The Wrath of Don
Zimmerman's constituents accuse him of online, in-person abuse
News Story  October 6, 2016, by Mary Tuma
"...In late August, David and Anita Brad­ber­ry walked out of their Northwest Aus­tin home and headed to the nearby fitness center. Just a few steps out the door, the Brad­berrys noticed a car parked near their mailbox..."

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