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Studio Visits: Robert Jackson Harrington
Enamored of the idea that we create our own spaces, this Austin artist makes a studio of his lap
Arts Column  November 15, 2013, by Andy Campbell
"...My studio is my lap." Kept in brown envelopes and milk crates, Harrington's substantial archive of drawings is tucked away in the small Eastside home he shares with his wife and daughter. During our visit, he spread out a generous group of these works on paper: small collages of low-riders and monster trucks strapped down with brightly colored strips of paper, delicate groupings of striated poles rendered in graphite, and press materials for an upcoming art-experiment concocted in coordination with the Yarborough branch of the Austin Public Library and the Drawing Center in New York..."

One For the Books
The Hit the Spot cafe does just that
Food Story  October 30, 2014, by Mick Vann
"...The Garfield Public Library is the unlikely source of the best chicken-fried steak and onion rings I've eaten in the last 30 years or so. Tucked inside, the Hit the Spot Cafe is run by Jessie and Jennifer Solis; Jessie has 39 years of restaurant experience, starting with the old Magic Time Machine..."

Letters at 3AM: As Time Goes By
"I'm not quitting. I'm turning," says Michael Ventura in his final column
Columns  November 13, 2014, by Michael Ventura
" 1929. In high school, she won a prize for reading more library books (in English) than any girl in New York City..."

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