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GE Foods: Most Commonly Altered Crops
Food Story  August 5, 1999
"...It's no coincidence that the first crops chosen for genetic engineering are such items as corn, soybeans, potatoes, canola oil, and cotton. These crops are produced in a volume significant enough to make them financially profitable for manipulation, and they all serve as raw materials or additives for countless other processed or manufactured products..."

A GE Glossary
News Story  January 28, 2000
"...Biotechnology: General term for a wide range of agricultural, industrial, and medical technologies that make use of living organisms (such as microbes, plants, or animals) or parts of living organisms (such as isolated cells or proteins) to create new strains of organisms. Often used interchangeably with "genetic engineering."..."

GE Foods: Getting to Know More
Food Story  August 5, 1999
"...There are plenty of people who take issue with this sweeping statement; 500,000 of them have already signed a petition being circulated by the Mothers for Natural Law of the Natural Law Party. The petition was presented to legislators during the National Summit on the Hazards of Genetically Engineered Foods held in Washington, D.C., on June 17 of this year..."

Building Bombs and Deadly Deception
Hot on the heels of having won the well-deserved Academy Award for Best Documentary Short only a couple of days ago, Chasnoff's Deadly Deception: General Electric, Nuclear Weapons & Our...
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Film Review  April 3, 1992, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Directed by: Susan Robinson and Mark Mori. Hot on the heels of having won the well-deserved Academy Award for Best Documentary Short only a couple of days ago, Chasnoff's Deadly Deception: General Electric, Nuclear Weapons & Our Environment is making a timely appearance in Austin..."

The Innocents
Polish nuns raped by soldiers during WWII trigger wider moral issues
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Film Review  August 5, 2016, by Steve Davis
"...Directed by: Anne Fontaine. Starring: Lou de Laâge, Agata Buzek, Agata Kulesza, Vincent Macaigne, Joanna Kulig, Eliza Rycembel, Katarzyna Dabrowska and Anna Próchniak...."

Ermo
Chinese director Zhou Xiaowen's Ermo is an intriguing blend of sly irony and occasional outbursts of physical comedy, much like its namesake character, who is deftly played by Alia. Ermo's...
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Film Review  July 28, 1995, by Alison Macor
"...Directed by: Zhou Xiaowen. Starring: Ai Liya, Liu Peiqi, Ge Zhijun and Zhang Haiyan..."

To Live
The history of China over the last 50 years has been one of phenomenal transformations and political upheavals. To Live is an amazing two and a half hour-long epic that...
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Film Review  January 27, 1995, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Directed by: Zhang Yimou. Starring: Ge You, Gong Li, Niu Ben, Guo Tao, Jiang Wu and Liu Tianchi..."

Natural Selection
Responding to market demands and consumer pressure, Whole Foods decides to banish genetically modified ingredients from its store-brand product lines.
News Story  January 28, 2000, by Dan Oko
"...With the announce-ment just before New Year's that Whole Foods Market Inc. would be banning genetically engineered foods from its store brands, Austin's hometown "natural" grocery store placed Central Texas in the middle of the ongoing debate over the evils of messing with Mother Nature..."

The Good Eye: How Should a Fall Fashion Preview Be?
The "Good Eye" does herself
Columns  September 4, 2014, by Amy Gentry
"...As a bookhead, I was curious about this tome of sartoria edited by three literary heavy-hitters: Sheila Heti, author of How Should a Person Be?, Heidi Julavits, novelist and reliably well-dressed editor of The Believer, and Leanne Shapton, an artist whose graphic novel in auction-catalog form was optioned for a Brad Pitt/Natalie Portman vehicle. Inviting "women worldwide" to complete a survey with 100-plus open-ended questions (among them: "What's the situation with your hair?"), the triumvirate diced up the responses, sprinkled them between interviews, essays, drawings, and photos of women's "collections" (fedoras and used earplugs and such), and ran all 500 pages through what looks like an aloof, underscrubbed, and awfully chic Instagram filter...."

It's Not Nice to Fool Mother Nature
Understanding the Science
Food Story  August 5, 1999, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The science behind genetic engineering is so complex that even scientists disagree about the inherent dangers. The information about how any cell functions is encoded into single and distinct genes, certain segments of DNA with specific instructions for specific protein production..."

Shopping Savvy
News Story  January 28, 2000, by Dan Oko
"...In the age of genetically engineered foods, vegetarianism is no longer a simple choice consumers can make to save the world -- or even themselves. Although many of the benefits of a meat-free diet still stand, many genetically altered crops contain the DNA of animals, ranging from moths to fish to pigs, while the majority of processed foods -- from bread to nachos to canned soup -- contain ingredients derived from GE crops, primarily corn and soy..."

Apocalypse 'Monsters,' Redux
Director Gareth Edwards interview, part two
DAILY Screens  October 28, 2010, by Marc Savlov
"...So we created this kind of fantasy version of Mexico in terms of what we needed for the film. Mexico was great for getting that kind of texture that I was craving: semi-post-apocalyptic..."

Space Invaders on a Shoestring Budget
Monsters is the best monster movie of the millennium (so far)
Screens Story  October 29, 2010, by Marc Savlov
"...Seriously. Don't believe it? Still rolling over that four-leaf-Cloverfield? Stuck in District 9? We loved those, too, but for our money, the Brit-helmed Monsters trounces Matt Reeves' New York escapade and Neill Blomkamp's South African bug-fuck by sheer virtue of directorial pluck (it's Edwards' first film out of the gate) and producerial luck (rumored budget: $15,000!)..."

Postmarks
Solid Gold 40 is shocked and dismayed; non-fans of Carole Keeton Rylander add their two cents; a tear for Tony's Vineyard; and more letters to the editor.
Columns  September 10, 1999
"...Furthermore, any member of the band would have eagerly provided Lynch with a CD, set list, or any other information that could have been of use to him. With the exception of the aformentioned blunder and another mistaken song title or so, the review was great and a lot of fun to read..."

The Hightower Report
Billion Dollar Tax Loophole; and Oil Spill Blame Game
News Column  May 21, 2010, by Jim Hightower
"...I look at GE, and I think, "Gee, how does it get away with that?"..."

Black Gets His Science Wrong
Postmarks  August 15, 2008
"...Dear Editor, Mr. Black gets his science wrong regarding genetically engineered crops [“Page Two,” Aug..."

Naked City
A pivotal hearing in the sandwich chain's Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceeding
News Story  September 10, 2004, by Amy Smith
"...The case is being heard in San Antonio before U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Leif Clark, who will eventually have to decide on several issues raised in motions filed by Schlotzsky's attorneys from the Haynes and Boone law firm, from Wooley – who remains Schlotzsky's largest shareholder and one of its largest unsecured creditors – and his attorney Joe Martinec, and from lawyers representing the chain's secured creditors..."

The Hightower Report
Thank your local family farmer; and the military sets up camp in our schools.
News Column  November 29, 2002, by Jim Hightower
"...It's Thanksgiving Day -- have you hugged a farmer yet?..."

The Top 10 Censored Stories of 2000
The news stories that didn't make the mainstream press in 2000
News Story  April 20, 2001, by Karynn M. Fish, Tate Hausman, Don Hazen and Tamara Straus
"...Have you read the one about corporations planning to charge you hundreds of dollars a month for your tap water? Or the one about military "psychological operations" specialists manipulating viewers of CNN? What about the highly skilled programmers in Silicon Valley who, because they are immigrants, are laboring under sweatshop-like conditions?..."

Food-o-File
Kendall Melton takes Paris
Food Column  July 2, 2015, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Matt Lee, owner of Austin's award-winning Tèo Espresso, Gelato & Bella Vita (1206 W. 38th), is celebrating National Ice Cream month with a contest inviting customers to create the next great Tèo flavor..."

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