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High Stress at EMS
ATCEMS saves lives every day, but the stresses of the job have high costs
News Story  May 7, 2015, by Chase Hoffberger
"..."I think there are some things that they tell us when they're leaving, and some things that they don't tell us," he said. "It's those things [they don't say] that might help me more than what they are saying." He said he's been encouraged to reach out to those departing through more than a standard exit interview, and pledged to implement that practice...."

Zak Starkey Ignites the Who
Frank Erwin Center career overview transcends
DAILY Music  April 28, 2015, by Raoul Hernandez
"...And at least one patron born the same year as Zak Starkey walked out of the Frank Erwin Center on a cool Central Texas Monday night no longer regretting he’d come of age too late to witness Keith Moon’s percussive apocalypse. Drummers are generally the first musicians to exit any Rock & Roll Hall of Fame act continuing on the road unto oblivion..."

Hozier Takes Austin Music Hall to Church
Irish balladeer calls to the wretched and joyful
DAILY Music  April 22, 2015, by Kevin Curtin
"...As his audience of Taylor Swift lookalikes shouted along to the powerhouse chorus, the lanky songwriter inhaled the audience’s energy rather than putting forth much of his own, a practice he continued throughout closer “Take Me To Church.” Compared to what the world witnessed during this year’s Grammys telecast, Hozier’s performance of the mega hit was underwhelming. That would’ve been a clumsy exit had he not returned for a long encore highlighted with an acoustic performance of live favorite “Cherry Wine.”..."

Day Trips: Dick's Classic Car Museum, San Marcos
Travel through an automotive time machine
Columns  April 16, 2015, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Dick's Classic Garage Car Museum is on the south side of San Marcos at 120 Stagecoach Trail, a short distance west of I-35 at the FM 12 exit. On the third Saturday of each month the museum sponsors a car show in its parking lot with free museum admission from 5pm to 8pm..."

Help Desk
Is attempting to hide baldness on your dating profile a losing proposition or par for the course?
Screens Column  April 9, 2015
"...Your online dating photos need to give people a realistic idea of what you look like now, for their sake and for yours. If your dates are jonesing for a full, luscious head of hair, you're not gonna want to deal with the disappointed looks and glances to the exit when they encounter your shiny dome..."

Music Review  March 19, 2015, by Abby Johnston
"..."Paradise Girls" collages beats, jump-starting the album with a frail, pinched guitar distortion that then dives immediately into the shimmery slow jam "Mirror Monster," a rare demonstration of restraint and some semblance of a cohesive melody. "Exit Only" turns into a crush of punk licks, delivered at lightning speed with vocalist Satomi Matsuzaki's spat refrain, "Thank you for coming, get out," neatly summarizing the band's ethos..."

Best of Austin – Thursday
BOA all day, erryday
Features Story  March 18, 2015
"...Since its founding in 2010, Strange Brew was known to the far-South side as a bustling coffeehouse with a cozy lounge – Manchaca's answer to the Saxon Pub. It's a honky-tonk where the owner might donate a round to the band, with flexible seating, and where the healthy mix of veteran and fresh-faced newbies exit the stage and mingle with the crowd...."

Code Enforcement Evacuates Hum Concert
Licha’s Cantina cleared out then cycles in patrons
DAILY Music  March 15, 2015, by Kevin Curtin
"...Sixth Street). Around 9pm, PACE officials arrived and soon the hundreds waiting for a performance in the eatery’s backyard were asked to exit...."

News Roundup: Use of Force, Apartments, & TNCs
Jury awards $1M in civil rights suit; SOI ordinance halted
DAILY News  March 9, 2015, by the News Staff
"...Chacon was driving his BMW around the motel’s parking lot when the officers arrived; the officers drew their guns at toward the car and told Chacon to exit. Chacon initially showed his hands but briefly pulled them back into his vehicle to put the car in park..."

Entertaining Angels
Skylark Lounge pianist Margaret Wright plays divine
Music Story  February 19, 2015, by Kahron Spearman
"...She's ready to give the people what they want. She's gracious in exit, but doesn't hide her relief in escaping..."

For Friday the 13th... Alice Cooper
Shock rocker delighted kiddies at the Moody Thursday
DAILY Music  February 13, 2015, by Raoul Hernandez
"...After all, that hoary near-midpoint of the hangover decade saw the release of Alice Cooper’s Greatest Hits, a bestselling album that like Bob Marley’s Legend can’t summate its singer’s long, rich career, yet does nonetheless in sequencing and core hits. That same year saw the singer exit his Motor City hitmakers – to whom he still pays royalties for the name “Alice Cooper” – so its dozen tracks could well have encapsulated the group’s frontman forever..."

Day Trips: Cattail Marsh, Beaumont
Nature preserve offers up amazing sights
Columns  February 12, 2015, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Cattail Marsh is a short distance south of I-10 at the Walden Road exit in Beaumont. Admission to the trails is free during daylight hours..."

Day Trips: Kiki's Mexican Restaurant, El Paso
A little place with a big reputation
Columns  January 22, 2015, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Kiki's Mexican Restaurant is in El Paso's Manhattan Heights Historical District at 2719 N. Piedras, an easy off-and-on exit from I-10..."

News Roundup: MLK, Eric Holder, and Abortion
A.G. announces end to "asset forfeiture"; NARAL gives Texas an "F"
DAILY News  January 19, 2015, by the News Staff
"...Separately, NARAL’s Texas affiliate released a statement as former Gov. Rick Perry made his exit last week, outlining the damage Perry’s leadership has left in its wake – the closure of more than 80 family planning clinics due to budget cuts; the loss of 9-1 federal matching funds as a result of excluding Planned Parenthood from a Medicaid program; mandatory 24-hour sonograms before an abortion, to name a few..."

Playback – 2014: Keeping the Dream Alive
Reviewing ATX music 2014
Music Column  December 23, 2014, by Kevin Curtin
"...Dreams die too. 2014 saw the exit of instrument retailer Music Makers, vacating its long-held South Lamar property in January to merge with Strait Music..."

Smashing Pumpkins
Out of the basement and under the tree!
Music Review  December 11, 2014, by Neph Basedow
"...Accompanying liner notes offer track-by-track commentary, Corgan's candid insight shedding light on the band's doomed psyche. Revealed is the album title's double meaning; in hindsight, "A Door" carries greater significance, given the looming exit of an unraveling band, and its brazen redefinition...."

Hightower Report
GOP doubles down on fear and loathing of Latino immigrants
News Column  December 11, 2014, by Jim Hightower
"...Actually, they said no such thing. Exit polls show that 57% of voters favor letting undocumented immigrants in the U.S..."

Cruz Sole Finalist for AISD Superintendent
Update: Initial responses to exit of external candidates
DAILY News  December 10, 2014, by Richard Whittaker
"...UPDATE: Board vice-president Gina Hinojosa commented on the exit of the external candidates by saying, "While I anticipated that these candidates might withdraw upon hearing that we were considering our interim superintendent for the job, my greater fear was losing the opportunity to consider Dr. Cruz."..."

Ground Plan
Lisa Scheps' Christmas gift to the local stage scene is a new performance venue, Ground Floor Theatre
Arts Story  November 26, 2014, by Robert Faires
"...For most people who have run a theatre of their own, once is enough. The unrelenting pressures of upkeep, facility management, bills, fundraising, and renters who are show people – who aren't exactly known for either their equanimity or economic stability – take a heavy toll, and when folks exit the business, they leave that door closed...."

Fun Fun Fun Live Shot: Freddie Gibbs & Madlib
Rap duo prompts shaking heads and ringing ears
DAILY Music  November 10, 2014, by Kahron Spearman
"...He also prompted the crowd to yell “fuck the police” throughout the set. In a comic turn, the young, partially stoned flock came face to face with patrolling APD officers upon exit...."

Fun Fun Fun Live Shot: Fat White Family
London sixpiece doesn’t give a hang and rightly so
DAILY Music  November 9, 2014, by Michael Toland
"...Then it was right into the vaguely countrified “Bomb Disneyland,” on which FWF finally gave into the progressive frenzy that had lurked at the edge of the set since the start. Their exit came in a hail of feedback..."

Fun Fun Fun Fest 2014 Sunday Reviews
Music Story  November 6, 2014, by Michael Toland
"...Sophomore grenade The Tyranny of Will shrapnels 24 songs in 31 minutes, and not just quick-and-dirty snippets, either. Whether politically charged ("Exit the Game," "In Greed We Trust," "Class Holes") or just pissed off ("Bleeding Frenzy," "Miserable Failure," "Obsolete Man"), the quintet spits out riffs, bridges, verses, and choruses like any pop star – just twice as fast and five times as brutish..."

Austin Film Festival: Poverty, Inc.
Doc uncovers ugly truths in the booming global-poverty aid industry
DAILY Screens  October 29, 2014, by Jessi Cape
"...Still, it is reiterated multiple times by several interviewees: Altruism is not inherently to blame, nor would a total cease-and-desist of charitable donations be helpful. Instead, the documentary purports that it is essential that assistance be framed as temporary, and that exit strategies for aid organizations be mandatory and regulated...."

Housecore Horror Live Shot: Saturday Part 2
King Parrot squawk, Author & Punisher grinds, Neurosis evolves
DAILY Music  October 26, 2014, by Richard Whittaker
"...Yet this wasn’t a repetition of Friday’s disappointing Voivod show, when time had clearly stood tragically still for the Canadian thrash pioneers. Graham’s exit reveals Neurosis in full stage light as a grinding, sand-blasting behemoth..."

WilCo Pot Baker Takes a Plea
Lavoro might avoid jail time
News Story  October 23, 2014, by Chase Hoffberger
"...3, 28-year-old John Fleming Lumpkin was arrested after being pulled over on Highway 183 for a broken brakelight. Officer Erik Detlefsen reported he witnessed Lumpkin shaking "considerably" during the traffic stop, and asked him to exit the vehicle..."

DVDanger: Sasquatch and Zombies and Demons, Oh My!
Let the Halloween countdown commence
DAILY Screens  October 3, 2014, by Richard Whittaker
"...morality chronicle Dead Weight, and, yes, the despairing buddy anti-comedy The Battery. There has even been another 19th century tale of the undead, the episodic and mournful Exit Humanity...."

Sidewalk Success
Postmarks  September 23, 2014
"... My wheelchair companion and I stopped there two times in three days on the way to medical appointments. It was an island without an exit..."

Fantastic Fest 2014: Future Shock! The Story of 2000AD
Marvel? DC? Pshaw! 2000AD is the law
DAILY Screens  September 22, 2014, by Marc Savlov
"...and Quinch) laced with a strong, left-leaning political subtext, and edgy black humor that ran through the entire publication. There was pathos, horror, love, honor, and a formative sense of subversive responsibility, to be sure, but once the artists figured out how to render crimson mist exit wounds by flicking a toothbrush dipped in red ink, the studied violence moved into Sam Peckinpah territory...."

Fantastic Fest 2014: Whispers Behind the Wall
Let’s lynch the landlady
DAILY Screens  September 21, 2014, by Marc Savlov
"...Whispers in the Wall may have been shot on a shoestring budget, but Muskala and his crew make every dark corner and chip of peeling paint count. Even a fly making its exit from Martin’s flat to the unknown is downright spooky, and that’s no mean feat..."

Lit-urday: The Noble Hustle
Colson Whitehead's latest is an underachiever
DAILY Books  September 13, 2014, by Amy Kamp
"...Thus a time-honored journey begins: Literary author interacts with the nonliterary, writes a witty yet existential essay filled with observations such as this, “I like the Leisure Industrial Complex when I can find it, those meticulously arranged consumer arenas. I don’t care if it’s a suburban galleria sucking the human plankton into itself from the exit ramps or a metro-area monolith stuffed with escalators to convey the herd to the multiple price-pointed retail outlets, food court stalls, and movie screens.” Over the course of the book, Whitehead, a longtime amateur poker player, practices his game in Atlantic City, reminisces about his time playing home games, enlists the help of a professional player, reminisces about his first trip to Las Vegas, and, finally, competes in the WSOP...."

Aretha Franklin: The Way We Were
Detroit soul legend sweats a sold-out Moody once again
DAILY Music  September 4, 2014, by Nina Hernandez
"...After her final exit, everyone waited hopefully as a stagehand retrieved her bag from below the piano – said to be the night’s purse, the take: payment. House lights on...."

A Dram Held High for Ed Miller
KUTX folk sage is shown the door after 43 years on-air
DAILY Music  August 29, 2014, by Chase Hoffberger
"...At 7:50, Hayes McCauley walked into the studio to ask how to best acknowledge Miller’s exit when his show took over. “I don’t know whether to start sad or happy,” he said..."

Abbott Cancels TV Debate With Davis
Attorney general pulls a Perry, will no-show after RSVPing
DAILY News  August 29, 2014, by Richard Whittaker
"...In a statement, Davis called his latest exit "nothing short of an insult to the voters of Texas." She said, "It's no surprise that Greg Abbott is pulling out of a long planned debate the day after he was defeated in court for protecting billions in public education cuts that have led to overcrowded classrooms, teacher layoffs, and shuttered schools."..."

Then There's This: Final Column
Do not stand at my grave and weep – I'm just heading off into the unknown
News Column  August 21, 2014, by Amy Smith
"...Two months ago I summoned up my courage and told my two immediate jefes – News Editor Michael King and Managing Editor Kimberley Jones – that I would be saying farewell at the end of August. Two months seemed like plenty of time to begin the physical and emotional exit process, and I figured I would spend some of that stretch leisurely cleaning out my desk, clearing files, and sending spam emails to people in my list of contacts, to let them know I was leaving..."

Perry Indicted
Governor faces two felony charges alleging abuse of office
DAILY News  August 15, 2014, by Richard Whittaker
"...Texas Democratic Party Chairman Gilberto Hinojosa called for Perry's immediate resignation, stating that he "has brought dishonor to his office, his family, and the state of Texas. Texans deserve to have leaders that stand up for what is right and work to help families across Texas." (Republicans may feel a pinch of indignation, considering how angry Democrats were that Perry was demanding Lehmberg's exit..."

A Song in His Heart
'The Essential Jacques Demy' anthologizes the French New Wave's chief romantic
Screens Story  August 14, 2014, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Fusing singing and script down to the very last note alongside genius composer Michel Legrand, Demy's heartbreaker about a wartime teen pregnancy annotated hanky moments into Umbrellas' sheet music ("I wanted to make people cry – to think of their first love"). The pair then countered that by hoping moviegoers would exit the theatre dancing after Rochefort – also starring Catherine Deneuve, this time with her older sister Françoise Dorléac, who was killed in a car accident right after principal shooting..."

Dale Watson
Music Review  August 14, 2014, by Jim Caligiuri
", but Watson's prodigious talents as a singer, songwriter, guitarist, and band leader define long haul, so The Truckin' Sessions Trilogy makes for an unforgettable travelogue. The first two albums contain such crowd-pleasers as the white hot "Good Luck 'n' Good Truckin' Tonite" and "Texas Boogie," which travels the state with lighting speed, plus the brothel visit at "Exit 109" and a stop for kolaches at the "Truck Stop in La Grange." The latest volume fills out the trilogy in fine fashion and shows off Watson's genius for composing endearing character sketches with a twinkling sense of humor while mostly keeping within the lines of Bakersfield country..."

Austin ISD: Torres Won't Run Again
Board president to oversee superintendent selection, but not hiring
DAILY News  June 26, 2014, by Richard Whittaker
"...But Torres isn't gone yet, and as today's briefing proved, he still has some serious lifting to do. Explaining his exit, he said, "Instead of campaigning and being distracted by the politics of a trustee election, in the time I have remaining on the Board I have decided to focus my efforts on selecting the best superintendent possible for AISD."..."

Breakout Pummels Cheer Up Charlie’s
Oi!-influenced ATX hardcores grip Chaos in Tejas day show
DAILY Music  June 2, 2014, by Kevin Curtin
"...With the final cymbal hit still ringing, he dropped the mic and walked out the door into the parking lot. Exit stage right...."

DVD Watch: '24 Exposures'
Joe Swanberg on filmmaker obsessions tops this week's releases
DAILY Screens  May 27, 2014, by Richard Whittaker
"...Read our full review here, and our interview with Paxton, here Sleepaway Camp (Shout Factory) By 1983, the slasher genre was getting pretty staid already. And then this madcap slab of deranged drama, complete with malevolent camp counsellors and the most shocking end to a horror since momma Voerhees made her exit, left audiences reeling in a real WTF resolution..."

Summer Fun: A Cheeseburger at the Blue Hole
An extra pair of tickets for Jimmy Buffett in Austin May 31
DAILY Music  May 16, 2014, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Our souls sank lower and lower with each new door cracked. As my wife and I turned to exit one room, she spotted a box of records rising up from the floor..."

Letters at 3AM: The Nameless Moon, Etc.
Ventura unpacks his folders full of sentences without homes, and other remnants excised from this and that
Columns  May 15, 2014, by Michael Ventura
"...• Therapeutic war! Only America's insatiable hubris could concoct such a concept. Before 1950, nobody went to war without a defined exit strategy: They conquered or they didn't, they won or they lost..."

When the Clock Strikes 12
Bill Haley died for rock & roll – in Harlingen
Music Story  May 15, 2014, by Margaret Moser
"...In Austin, after the show, he conducted a congenial meet and greet, posing for pictures with fans and signing posters. Murky reasons given for his exit from the Beatles became a poignant reality while watching him work the crowd of a couple hundred..."

Playback: Margaret Moser Retires
'Chronicle' Senior Music writer Margaret Moser retires after 33 years on the beat
Music Column  May 15, 2014, by Kevin Curtin
"...A fixture of the local music scene since the mid Seventies – as a groupie, backup singer for rock scoundrel Dino Lee, organizer of the Austin Music Awards, and scribe for the Austin Sun and the Chronicle – Moser remains inseparable from our city's musical landscape. Her celebrated exit, a love-in rather than a victory lap, began in March at her final AMAs, where she enjoyed a last dance with the Texas Tornados, Jimmie Vaughan, and an entire stage all but bending under the weight of the Austin music scene..."

Day Trips
Take a bite out of boredom at Gator Country outside of Beaumont
Columns  May 8, 2014, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Gator Country is west of Beaumont at the FM 365 exit off I-10. For information go to or call 409/794-9453...."

Teacher's Day: School's Out Forever
Only Alice Cooper could describe leaving school for the last time
DAILY Chronolog  May 6, 2014, by Nina Hernandez
"...National Teacher's Day hits just as kids flock for the exit...."

Cyndi Williams' study of a subterranean retirement community during a catastrophe has promise but isn't always clear
Arts Review  April 25, 2014, by Adam Roberts
"...In both dark comedies, the action is set underground as a catastrophic event occurs, and those in the subterranean setting wonder whether they're the only people left alive on (or in) Earth. Williams and Nachtrieb both mine tension from this dramatic situation: the need to escape a confining environment, the need to know about the outside world, and a door that prohibits exit...."

Moontower 2014, Day 1: Demetri Martin
Good: his set; Bad: when it ended; Interesting: the time
DAILY Arts  April 24, 2014, by Ashley Moreno
"...They highlighted Martin’s unique stage presence, which, despite his understated style, resonated even in last night’s large theatre. Plus they killed, which made for a pretty stylish exit...."

Studio Visit: Briar Bonifacio
PHOTO GALLERY  April 24, 2014
"...A miniature version of the Austin Art Board that graces the Sixth street exit of I-35, featuring some of Bonifacio's recurring characters...."

Austin Reggae Fest’s Easter Sunday
Everton Blender closes down displaced event
DAILY Music  April 21, 2014, by Kevin Curtin
"...Turning around to exit, I saw Austin’s skyline and realized this year’s performers had a better view than the audience. In both atmosphere and accessibility, Butler Park is a downgrade, but fortunately only a temporary one..."

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