Anywhere you see "Vote Here"
"...Finding the Southern Hospitality cafe tucked into a big North Austin business park required some hunting, but I soon discovered that the cozy eatery is aptly named. Proprietors Gail and Fred Warren are a friendly and hardworking young couple who know how to make their customers feel right at home..."
"...Passing through with Sting and Trudie Styler, smiles are exchanged. Into the party, passing by the table of Warren & Annette holding court, the dress photographed with Benicio del Toro and Pee-Wee Herman, sits with Willem Dafoe, and after a glorious evening, leaves down the red carpet with Lucy Liu..."
"...Steve's comprehensive book Western Shirts: A Classic American Fashion is enchanting. Boot expert Tyler Beard discussed his newest work Cowboy Boots, along with the effervescent and deeply knowledgeable Holly George-Warren, author of How the West Was Worn, which inspired the marvelous exhibit of the same name at the Bob Bullock Museum..."
"...Directed by: Mark Pellington. Starring: Jeremy Davies, Ben Affleck, Amy Locane, Rose Mcgowan, Rachel Weisz, Jill Clayburgh and Lesley Ann Warren..."
"...A statewide search for a new fire chief ended in Austin this month with the selection of interim Chief Gary Warren to fill the vacancy created by Robin Paulsgrove's move to become fire chief in Arlington. Warren, a 24-year veteran of Austin's fire department, was one of over 45 people who applied for the position..."
"...family hires a mysterious babysitter who changes their lives in this modern twist on the Mary Poppins narrative. Cast: Max Burkholder, Daniele Watts, Valerie Azlynn, Lesley Ann Warren, Amy Landecker, Kitty Patterson (World Premiere)..."
"...Johnny Winter: Down & Dirty Director: Greg Olliver A down & dirty documentary on the life and career of blues legend Johnny Winter, featuring Edgar Winter, James Cotton, Billy Gibbons, Warren Haynes, Luther Nallie, Tommy Shannon, Susan Tedeschi, Derek Trucks, and more. (World Premiere)..."
"...8) Fran Dorn in Mrs. Warren's Profession (State Theater Company) A more powerful performance you did not see in 2003 (unless you caught her as Martha in Zach's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?)..."