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Day Trips
Bob 'Daddy-O' Wade's sculptures made of junkyard parts or shiny urethane can be found in the most unusual places
Columns  November 6, 2009, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Carl's Corner: Dancing Frogs, exit 374, I-35 East, north of Hillsboro. Originally called Six Frogs Over Texas, it was done for the Tango nightclub in Dallas which was owned by a relative of the owner of Six Flags Over Texas amusement park..."

'Organic: Basic Inspirations'
In this show, the eye of the beholder is in the beauty as much as beauty is in that eye
Arts Review  October 9, 2009, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Before we exit Studio2Gallery's elegant little venue, we cast our eyes again upon Doug Russell's large pair of graphite-on-paper works: Entanglement 1 and Entanglement 2. These are subtle, compelling illustrations of entwined roots that fairly writhe as metaphors for one human condition or another..."

Kickin’ the Mud Off My Sneakers
A pretty good weekend in Geezerville
DAILY Music  October 7, 2009, by Jim Caligiuri
"...Actually, I wanted to see Dave Matthews Saturday, but when the rain started up again after Levon Helm’s sensational set, I headed for the exit...."

Fantastic Fest: 'Fish Story'
J-horror director Nakimura goes punk
DAILY Screens  October 1, 2009, by Marc Savlov
"...If your only exposure to Japanese director Yoshihiro Nakimura's oeuvre has thus far been his work in the classic J-horror vein via Dark Water, this hyper-melodic paeon to obscurantist punk rock and the whims of fate, destiny, and three chords and the truth will enter your skull at 170 BPM and exit your heart doing at least twice that...."

Journey to the Center of the Discographies
Music Story  September 25, 2009, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Exit walloping drum deity Aynsley Dunbar, enter Jean-Luc Ponty vet Steve Smith. Beyond the high rotation bump 'n' grind of "Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin'" and Rolie-leavened "Just the Same Way," even the return of Infinity knobber Roy Thomas Baker (Queen) can't stem the material erosion sliding headlong into album five's sophomore slump..."

This Time Just the Girls
The ladies of Austin hip-hop hold court
Music Story  August 28, 2009, by Audra Schroeder
"..."Ask me bastard if I'm signed, I rhyme sick But niggas is quick to turn they back on spitters with clits Hit 'em with this, and ridiculous phrase flow that exit my lips Hey, yo, I mean my face, though They still want chicks with tits and ass out My respect is worth more than your advance cash-out."..."

Ten Seconds to Death
What we know – so far – about the police shooting of Nathaniel Sanders II
News Story  August 14, 2009, by Jordan Smith
"...By the end of the volley, Sanders sat slumped forward in the back seat of the car, blood dripping from an exit wound in the front of his head, and Smith lay facedown on the pavement, crying out with a wailing moan thick with fear. (Smith survived.) His voice is soon joined by a chorus of residents' cries and screams. Four Silent Seconds..."

Occupational Hazards
Close encounters of the clerking kind at Vulcan and I Luv Video
Screens Story  August 7, 2009, by Marc Savlov
"..."So the senior employee/junkie tells him that if he wants to rent the movie, that was fine, but we'd have to set him up with a membership, we'd need to see an ID and either proof of local address or a credit card, and, of course, homeless guy is hearing none of that. He made this motherfuckin' movie, and, by god, he was going to exit the store with it...."

Gay Place
Congratulations on your retirement, Lee Manford!
Columns  August 7, 2009, by Kate X Messer
"...In his own words: "We honor our legacy, but our eyes are on the current and future needs of our clients and the community as we continue to battle a fierce and evolving epidemic. I've always hoped that I would have the good sense to exit gracefully from the agency when the time was right..."

Christmas Carols With Walter Cronkite
Holiday memories of the legendary TV newsman
News Story  August 7, 2009, by Kevin Phinney
"...He put Watergate in perspective early on, drawing disparate pieces of the puzzle together so that Americans could understand it. He correctly assessed Vietnam as "a quagmire" and may have hastened our exit as a result..."

Austin Fashion Awards: Put Your Golden Boot Where Your Mouth Is
Austin Fashion Awards gets an Unlike.
DAILY Design  July 20, 2009, by Anne Harris
"...7) If you are touting your afterparty swag bags as "sick", have something, anything, to hand us entitled floozies as we enter/exit. If your deliveries fell through, or your dog ate them the night before, make the effort to have something besides palms-in-the-air apologies for your guests..."

In Favor of Wireless Dampening
Postmarks  July 16, 2009
"...With a few key strokes on a computer, towers on major routes would keep airheads from trying to talk and drive, thereby speeding up the commute. If someone wants to call emergency services, they would only have to exit and the signal would return off ramp...."

This Week's Waste of Time
Like a spreadsheet but, believe it or not, more exciting
DAILY Screens  July 2, 2009, by James Renovitch
"...Not that there aren't bigger wastes of time that are Excel related. Till then, Excit challenges you to get the cursor from its starting point to the exit using only the arrow keys..."

Day Trips
The Houston Museum of Natural Science is hosting the exhibit 'Terra Cotta Warriors: Guardians of China's First Emperor' through October
Columns  June 26, 2009, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...The Forbidden Gardens is located at 23500 Franz Rd., about a mile north of I-10 at the Grand Parkway exit west of Houston in Katy. You can visit Friday through Sunday from 10am to 3:30pm, with tours at 11am, noon, 1, 2, and 3pm..."

High, Low, and In Between
Steve Earle talks Townes
DAILY Music  June 19, 2009, by Doug Freeman
"...I wasn’t great at making records at first. I don’t have records I’m ashamed of, but I didn’t know enough to exert more of my own influence and didn’t know how to say what I wanted and demand what I wanted when I was making Guitar Town and Exit 0 and even Copperhead Road..."

AGLCC Ousts President in Pride's Wake
… And tries to hide it
News Story  June 12, 2009, by Kate X Messer
"...As it turns out, the gingerly worded press release didn't accurately represent what happened. "I'm disappointed that the new chamber leadership decided to mischaracterize my exit," said Flannigan on Tuesday..."

AGLCC Post-Pride Shitstorm
AGLCC president resigns! No, wait! He was dumped! WTF?!??
DAILY Qmmunity  June 10, 2009, by Kate X Messer
"..."I'm disappointed that the new chamber leadership decided to mischaracterize my exit. My commitment to this community remains strong," said now ex-AGLCC president Flannigan...."

What Comes 'Up' ...
Director Pete Docter on the intersection of uplift and melancholy
Screens Story  May 29, 2009, by Marc Savlov
"...Winsor McCay's fanciful strip Little Nemo in Slumberland made the jump to real-movement as well. And one thing these early cartoons had in common with the parallel emergence of motion pictures was a whimsical penchant for exiting reality, leaving the cobbles and gutters behind for airships, dreamworlds, and seeking a vantage point far above reality..."

Nathaniel and Li'l Nate
The two lives and untimely death of Nathaniel Sanders II
News Story  May 29, 2009, by Jordan Smith
"...According to police, Smith, who had been sleeping in the front passenger seat, woke up and bolted from the car. Police say that when Smith exited the car, he lunged toward Quintana, and the officer shot him, also in the chest...."

Off the Record
Striking down the Thunder of Gods Festival
Music Column  May 22, 2009, by Austin Powell
"...Some groups traveled from overseas for the gig, while others had merchandise stolen, and most local acts, including industrialists Tungsten Coil, Hipnautica, and Lucid Dementia, went uncompensated. Following November's World United Music Festival in San Marcos and Austin's Exit Fest last July, this marks the third time in less than a year that such an event proved ill-advised..."

St. Vincent
Music Review  May 8, 2009, by Audra Schroeder
"...Over smoky piano standout "The Party," Annie Clark purrs: "I lick the ice cube from your empty glass. Oh, we stayed much too late, 'til they're cleaning the ashtrays." Meanwhile, she keeps an "eye on the exit sign, steady now." As on her 2007 debut, Marry Me, the former Texan is looking for a way out of her song, though she makes interesting conversation while there..."

Making 'Room' in the Cult Canon
Tommy Wiseau's so-bad-it's-sublime debut feature
Screens Story  May 1, 2009, by Marc Savlov
"...It's true: There are no parallels or precursors to The Room. With characters who enter and exit scenes as though they were auditioning for Seinfeld on acid or who drop narrative bombshells (such as, for instance, cancer) in one sequence only to have the crucial plot point never mentioned again, the wild world of Wiseau is more surrealist masterpiece – unintentional or otherwise – than most critics might like to admit..."

Reed Appeal Unearths Grisly Details on Fennell
Jimmy Fennell has a frightening history of violence against women – yet he's not the one on death row
News Story  May 1, 2009, by Jordan Smith
"...Another woman said that Fennell approached a car she was sitting in, had her exit the car, told her that he'd found drugs in the car, backed her into some bushes, and said he wouldn't arrest her if she promised to meet him at her apartment later that night. The woman called her mother, who then called police to complain..."

Little Walter
Music Review  April 24, 2009, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Leave it to Little Walter Jacobs (1930-1968) to take care of any other backsides in need of tanning. Drawing mileage from the aforementioned Chess Records biopic, wherein Walter's Oedipal exit from the Muddy Waters band (and Muddy's gal) rocks the film, The Complete Chess Masters (1950-1967) follows up with five CDs' worth of chapter and verse from the harmonica's greatest practitioner..."

Queenie Pie
This Ellington opus may not look much like opera, but it sure swings like the Duke
Arts Review  April 24, 2009, by Robert Faires
"...After all, his heroine is royalty by virtue of being voted Harlem's best beautician, and the challenge to her "crown" comes from a cosmetology competitor, the cheekily named Café Olay. Ellington teasingly introduces Queenie Pie with the sort of grand flourish that precedes a leading character's first aria, only to have her exit without singing, ceding the stage (and most of the first act) to her challenger, who also becomes her rival in romance..."

Some Reforms Left Behind
Lege looks to account for school accountability
News Story  April 3, 2009, by Richard Whittaker
"...Staying intact is the idea of standardized testing and of disaggregating data; Eissler and Senate Education Committee Chair Florence Shapiro, R-Plano, remain resolute that no school should fail any single ethnic or social group. However, schools will be judged not on one exit exam but instead across a three-year rolling average..."

Point Austin: Campaign Trailing
A few notes from the run-up to your own participatory government
News Column  April 3, 2009, by Michael King
"...Are you more – or less – willing to vote for Lee Leffingwell because he's been endorsed by Eastside activist Susana Almanza, bigfoot attorney David Armbrust, and Tobe "Chain Saw" Hooper? Does the nod for Carole Strayhorn by former UT System Chancellor Bill Cunningham or Dem kingmaker Lowell Lebermann Jr. make you consider (or reconsider) her candidacy? Will Brewster McCracken's big names among the local filmsters – Richard Linklater, Robert Rodriguez, Tim League – cast you as a Brewster booster or chase you running to the exit?..."

Naked City
News briefs from Austin, the region, and elsewhere
News Story  March 27, 2009
"...TPL recently acquired the land in the Gaines Ranch area to protect it from development and preserve it as open space. (To hike, bike, or jog on nearby trails, use the Gaines Ranch Greenbelt entrance, located on the MoPac Expressway South access road at the Capital of Texas Highway North exit.) The gift is one of a series made by TPL to create the Barton Creek Wilderness Park and expand the greenbelt for public use..."

Sleeping Is Important
Geezerville looks back
DAILY Music  March 25, 2009, by Jim Caligiuri
"...When they stopped, they announced a break, saying Badu had run into some travel problems and they would return shortly. This meant quite a few people headed to the exit thinking she wasn’t showing..."

Drag Me to Hell: The Wait Is Almost Over
Sam Raimi shows a work-in-progress print of his new horror film Drag Me to Hell at a SXSW midnight screening
DAILY SXSW  March 16, 2009, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Her life becomes a living hell; her death only promises eternal hell. A great deal of the horror is graphically visceral as eyes and mouths become portals of evil, both as entryways and exit paths..."

Interacting at Interactive
A social experiment in schmoozing goes a little too well
DAILY SXSW  February 23, 2009, by James Renovitch
"...So happens that I knew a video-game writer at the party and introduced the two. The circle of schmooze was complete, and all I wanted was a shower. The night drew to a close and I remembered the caveat given to me by a friend in line at the entrance: “You’ll also need an exit strategy.” I learned this lesson the hard way and vowed to learn the best ways to get out of awkward conversations at the next gathering..."

Bass Concert Hall: Park, Pee and Leave (or not)
The musical was great, but the venue is a problem
DAILY Arts  February 20, 2009, by Andy Campbell
"...3) Let patrons go in and out of the venue. Denying exit and entrance rights only makes the patron feel that the venue has an antagonistic assumption about the patron's wants and needs...."

After a Fashion
Cruising the highways and bar-ways in search of a stiff drink and a late-night enchilada
Columns  February 20, 2009, by Stephen MacMillan Moser
"...yes, Svetlana, the man-eating Slav. We whirled around to see this vision of loveliness exit her Mercedes limo and stride through the door..."

The Exterminating Angel
Rules of the Game (1939) played ball and jacks compared to Buñuel's The Exterminating Angel
Screens Review  February 20, 2009, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Mademoiselles Catherine Deneuve, Jeanne Moreau, and Delphine Seyrig were never so grateful for a Spanish Francophile. The Exterminating Angel (1965) follows Viridiana and makes that sacrilegious dysfunction seem heavenly levelheaded compared to the alternately hilarious and atavistic behavior of the idly tuxedoed and gowned, who become trapped during a house party one evening – in a living room with nothing barring their exit except existential poverty..."

'Fayette'
First-Place Winner
Books Story  February 13, 2009, by Burke Nixon
"...I got up to go and my grandfather followed. We went outside and headed towards the exit, taking a slightly longer route to avoid the Ferris wheel..."

'Speechless'
Third-Place Winner
Books Story  February 13, 2009, by Benjamin Reed
"...She takes a first slippered step, climbing the amphitheater steps toward the exit. Each head turns to watch her go, the standing crowd parting to let her leave, the whole house reading the shock of it all on her face..."

Cold, Cold World
Blaze Foley in his element
DAILY Music  February 9, 2009, by Doug Freeman
"...On Gurf Morlix’s new album, Last Exit to Happyland, he offers up an ode to his late friend with “Music You Mighta Made,” which not only captures the man, but also the lost possibilities that have lingered within Foley’s legacy. To get a better sense of how Blaze was actually received during his lifetime, I dug up this live review from the Chronicle archives..."

The Complete Motown Singles
In Box
Music Review  February 6, 2009, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Despite messieurs David Ruffin and Eddie Kendricks having outgrown the Temptations and Smokey Robinson readying his exit from the Miracles; regardless of the Supremes going through the motions post-Diana Ross, Florence Ballard, and Holland-Dozier-Holland; and notwithstanding Martha & the Vandellas down to their last three Motown singles and the Four Tops reduced to covering "MacArthur Park," Detroit's soul brand wasn't about to concede July-December 1971 to the fact that L.A. was quickly becoming its base of operations..."

Cofer Exits City Council Race
"This is not the right time or right race for me"
DAILY News  January 28, 2009, by Lee Nichols
"...Tonight, I will be announcing my decision to formally exit the race for Austin City Council. This decision has not been easy and was reached after much deliberation, discussion, and self-reflection..."

The Informant
Revolutionary to rat: The uneasy journey of Brandon Darby
News Story  January 23, 2009, by Diana Welch
"..."We were in an aggressive situation that was frightening; we felt like it was the end of the world," he explains. "So if there is a man living in a women's center illegally, against the wishes of the women in the center, and all of the women exit that center, leaving that one guy who barricades himself in and is pissing and pooping on the floor, I think it's totally fine to kick down the door..."

The Next Chapter
Three Austin-based national-security experts offer their views on how America can rebuild its reputation in Iraq and beyond
News Story  December 19, 2008, by Richard Whittaker
"...military out of Iraq, Grant argues, is inevitable. As exit strategies go, this one would require changing the popular political mindset that equates foreign policy with military strength..."

Letters From the Women of SAFPF
A small sample of the letters received by Austin attorney Derek Howard; transcribed and minimally edited
News Story  December 12, 2008
"...One last thing. When we sit with 136 women in one dorm day room, we sit blocking the fire exits..."

Wild Boy: My Life in Duran Duran
Music Story  December 5, 2008, by Raoul Hernandez
"..."It would be the last time we played together for almost two decades," writes Wild Boy Taylor in his prologue. Duran Duran's millennial reunion, which included a wild night at Austin's Bass Concert Hall, ended no less diva, Taylor again the first to exit the original English fivepiece..."

Burning Down the Ags: Is It Ever Enough?
Thanksgiving = turkey, then football, then shopping
DAILY Sports  November 28, 2008, by Joe O'Connell
"...At midnight the traffic ahead is a shining mass of red brake lights. Wreck ahead? No, the red comes from the exit lane in Georgetown..."

Ophelia
This Hamlet seen through the eyes of Ophelia – rather, five Ophelias – is astounding
Arts Review  November 21, 2008, by Avimaan Syam
"...Ophelia is a terrific blend of simple and complex pleasures: A creepy, synchronized dance that marks the exit of one Ophelia is followed by another unabashedly crowing like a rooster to mark the next day. The electricity of the nunnery scene is balanced by the gals crying, "Fuck yeah!" in unison when Hamlet kisses one of them..."

The Three Sisters
A revival that is surprising and funny and offers the rich joy of Chekhov done well
Arts Review  November 21, 2008, by Hannah Kenah
"...Instead, he opens his mouth and knows not what to say. He stammers out a few pleasantries, then attempts a quick exit..."

Of Montreal
Live Shot
Music Review  November 21, 2008, by Doug Freeman
"...With a three-tiered stage and triptych of video screens hovering behind them, the Athens, Ga., sextet fulfilled its reputation as one of indie music's most dynamic live shows. Though the throng of fans outside the fenced patch of park stretched down the road as the set began and the corral to exit the makeshift venue was even more clustered, the unconventional setting provided the perfect kind of displaced paradise for the band's alternate reality, a spectacle of androgynous, orgiastic revelry that was part rave, part Bowie-esque art-pop hodgepodge..."

It's All Nice on Ice
Sno Cone Inc. traces one man's exit from the rat race
Screens Story  October 24, 2008, by Joe O'Connell


No Metal
Monotonix sprayed us all down with their love hose
DAILY Music  October 10, 2008, by Audra Schroeder
"...Mohawk's outside stage got a strategic workout from the Tel Aviv trio: they played in front of the stage, then to the side of the stage, then it was upstairs to celebrate Yom Kippur, then back downstairs and out the exit into the street for an acoustic set. When an ambulance drove towards Sixth Street with sirens blaring, everyone clapped..."

The Choice Is Yours
Rubber Repertory's Casket of Passing Fancy makes you 500 offers you can't reuse
Arts Story  October 10, 2008, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...People such as the fierce ensemble of offer-enablers – Beegle again and Hislope and Heather Barfield Cole, Silky Shoemaker, Paul Soileau, Kris Olson, Carlos Treviño, Michelle Flanagan, Taylor Flanagan, Thomas Graves, and Jennifer Underwood – and Jason Amato (lights), Laura Cannon (costume design), and Ann Marie Gordon (set design). All these people, working together with a zeal that's other than funereal to present the complex Casket for only 30 people each night – fewer than fit into one-third of the carpeted dining room through which Meyer and Hislope and I exit...."

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