"...As part of the 46.67%, and, ahem, a huge fan of independent media, I approached local author and illustrator E.K. Weaver to discuss the state of women and comics via email..."
"...The Less Than Epic Adventures of TJ and Amal by E.K. Weaver..."
"...K. Weaver of Taj and Amal fame, and other such bon vivants. So if you've been wanting a place to get your comic-book subculture itches thoroughly scratched ~ and in a more personal, less Hollywooded style than what you might've found at the recent Comic Con ~ well, uh ......"
"...Royal Thunder took hard rock by storm in 2012 with LP debut CVI, but the Atlantans’ acclaimed follow-up Crooked Doors emits psych, prog, and soulful balladry. Due to the split of singer/bassist Mlny Parsonz and guitarist Josh Weaver, it’s been compared to Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours..."
"...Small Crimes D: Evan Katz Small Crimes is a delightfully suspenseful, blackly comic tale that follows a disgraced former cop, fresh off a six-year prison sentence for attempted murder, who returns home looking for redemption but winds up trapped in the mess he left behind. Cast: Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Jacki Weaver, Robert Forster, Gary Cole, Molly Parker, Macon Blair, Pat Healy (World Premiere)..."
"..."There was a strong indication that the plan from CAN had gotten ahead of itself. We didn't expect to be dealing with the site-selection process as quickly as it came to the fore," says Jim Weaver, executive director of CAHA...."
"...Times are difficult. On Wednesday, October 4, 1989, as a result of a complaint by pro-family, anti-gay, anti-porn activist Mark Weaver, the Chronicle is thrown out of the 17 HEB stores it was distributed in..."
"...Additionally, seven board seats are being contested this election year and religious right candidates are threatening to fill the posts. In Austin, Charlie Weaver, a Republican candidate favored by the Christian Coalition, is vying for a seat held by incumbent Will Davis, a Democrat..."
"...Friedenthal (theatre), Claire Canavan (theatre), Luke Quinton (classical music/visual arts), Claire Spera (dance), and Jeanne Claire van Ryzin (arts), and the Chronicle's H.C. Arnold (visual arts), Elizabeth Cobbe (theatre), Jonelle Seitz (dance), Shanon Weaver (theatre), and Robert Faires (arts)..."