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Free Week 2019 Is in the Rearview Mirror, but These Homegrown Standouts Aren't
10 local showcases that got us excited for what’s to come this year
Music Story  January 10, 2019, by Rachel Rascoe, Doug Freeman, Christina Garcia, Tim Stegall, Michael Toland, Libby Webster, Kevin Curtin and Dan Gentile
"...Abhi Vaidehi's 2019 is sure to be interstellar. – Rachel Rascoe Grivo, Glassing, Deep Cross, EllBeerland, Jan. 2..."

Snapshot: Free Week 2019
David Brendan Hall talks with 10 Austin bands about what it takes to feel musically "free"
Arts Column  January 10, 2019, by David Brendan Hall


31 Bands From Free Week 2019
PHOTO GALLERY  January 8, 2019


10 Free Week Acts to Watch This Weekend
Keep an eye out for these musicians in 2019
Music Story  January 3, 2019, by Rachel Rascoe, Libby Webster, Rick Weaver, Dan Gentile, Kevin Curtin, Doug Freeman, Jeremy Steinberger and Tim Stegall
"...Howerton's vocals simmer, veering from angelic to cavernous wail. Why Bonnie's Free Week set precedes their return to opening for guitar wunderkind Snail Mail at her sold-out Mohawk show January 19, and a debut LP slated for later in 2019. – Libby Webster..."

Austin Pride 2019: The Date Is Set
The festival and parade return in early August
DAILY Qmmunity  January 10, 2019, by Sarah Marloff
"...Dust off your mirrorballs, feather your hair, and – if you’re feeling frisky – lace up those discothèque roller skates: Austin Pride has set its date for 2019 and they’re ready to boogie with you! So getcher rainbows ready, ex-out Saturday, August 10, now cuz we guarantee you’ll want to be one of Pride’s many dancing queens in 2019!..."

SXSW Adds 102 Movies to 2019 Film Festival Lineup
After Us, what else does the film fest have in store?
DAILY SXSW  January 16, 2019, by Richard Whittaker


Central Market’s Well-Bladed Cindy Haenel: Cutting Herself Free
The popular chef-instructor will be moving on by year’s end
DAILY Food  June 11, 2018, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Sad to relate, though, citizen, that your time is running out. The native Texan (and hobbyist potter) is set to retire from her longtime cooking-school position as of January 1, 2019..."

Qmmunity
Austin's 10 queerest highlights of 2018
Columns  December 27, 2018, by Sarah Marloff and Beth Sullivan
"...And by "better" we obviously mean queerer. We'll catch ya in 2019, QTs! 1) Mainstays Celebrate Milestones..."

Not Enough HAAM to Go Around
Patronage sought after funds run out for free musician insurance
DAILY Music  November 12, 2018, by Rachel Rascoe
"...Prior to last week, 732 musicians received premium assistance for 2019, a decrease from the 1,147 musicians covered by the plan in 2018...."

Healthy Austin Food for New Year’s Resolution-Makers
Turning over a new (and local) lettuce leaf can be tasty and fun
DAILY Food  January 16, 2019, by Emily Beyda
"...Many of us are still trying to hit the reset button on those aspects of 2019 that are under our control – Marie Kondo-ing our apartments, vowing to take up paddleboarding, learning French and cutting down on dairy, working less and calling Grandma more...."

Council: City Cyclone
Council’s wild week, if they can get through it
News Story  June 14, 2018, by Nina Hernandez
"...Exhausted yet? Here's a bit of respite: Item 21 called for Council to consider a resolution to renew City Manager Spencer Cronk's temporary $4,500 per month housing allowance for another six months, through the end of February 2019. Cronk evidently had the same problems as many residents securing housing in Boomtown, Texas, but on Monday he wrote to the mayor and said that wouldn't be necessary..."

Qmmunity
Signs of hope in the Capitol
Columns  January 17, 2019, by Sarah Marloff
"...Luckily, Lt. Governor Dan Patrick – who all but birthed Texas' bathroom bill debate – said last week that it's unlikely to be resurrected in 2019..."

Headlines
News Story  January 3, 2019
"...Build a Wall? So far in 2019 – both days of it – there were 145 gun violence incidents in the U.S.; 40 deaths (including four children and eight teens); and two mass shootings (10 people injured in all). Welcome to the New Year..."

Lege Lines – The Texas Legislature: Not Enron
Passing a state budget when one side’s “cooking the books”
News Story  March 30, 2017, by Richard Whittaker
"...Flash back to 2015 for a second, when Texas voters overwhelmingly backed Prop­o­sition 7 – a complicated measure whereby if state sales tax revenue broke $28 billion, the next $2.5 billion would go into the State Highway Fund. What the Senate proposes today is holding that payment from the last month of fiscal year 2019, and into the first month of FY 2020..."

Point Austin: Left Pending
Council's summer daze leaves plenty of work in progress
News Column  July 5, 2018, by Michael King
"...Once they return, their primary business is of course the FY 2019 budget, yet to be submitted by rookie City Manager Spencer Cronk. Based on spring projections by the Budget Office, this year's product is likely to be roughly akin to last year's, not necessarily a good sign..."

'An Independent Person'
A Conversation With Randi Shade
News Story  June 3, 2011, by Michael King
"...I think there was a lot of debate about when we needed it, but we were certainly within the window when we will begin to need it. If we need it in 2019 as opposed to 2014, then it becomes a question of risk – if you're ready too early versus if you're ready too late..."

New Menus, New Bourbon, New Yoga Retreat
And Bahama Bucks (finally) moves into town
DAILY Food  December 13, 2018, by Emily Beyda
"...Intelligentsia Coffee has announced their first Austin-based coffee bar, set to open in late spring 2019 on the lobby level of the currently under construction Third + Shoal building. The Intelligentsia design team has partnered with Austin-based architect Scott Magic, who plans to incorporate local materials into the coffee bar, with a modern, sleek design that reflects both the city of Austin and the surrounding natural landscape..."

Soccer Watch
Sports Column  March 22, 2018, by Nick Barbaro
"...for "a special community session of sharing and listening on how Austin can get AND keep professional soccer in the city" – whether it's the relocated Columbus Crew (see "Courtship, by Precourt," Mar. 23), or the reactivated USL franchise that'll start play at COTA in 2019..."

Naked City
Headlines and happenings from Austin and beyond
News Story  March 26, 2004, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...landfills from their existing sites near residential neighborhoods. Commissioners voted 3-2 for a deal in which BFI would stop accepting household waste by 2019 but would continue processing construction debris..."

Day Trips & Beyond: June Events Roundup
Titanic, turtle hatchlings, and Texas beaches after Harvey
DAILY Travel  June 1, 2018, by Gerald E. McLeod
"... June 2-Jan. 6, 2019, "Titanic: The Artifact Exhibit," Mayborn Museum, Waco, 254/710-1110, www.baylor.edu/mayborn [image-3]..."

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