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The Man From Elysian Fields
Is it just me or is Mick Jagger turning into John Hurt? In The Man From Elysian Fields, Jagger plays Luther Fox, the reptilian head of a high-toned escort agency...
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Film Review  October 25, 2002, by Marc Savlov
"...Directed by: George Hickenlooper. Starring: Andy Garcia, Mick Jagger, Olivia Williams, Julianna Margulies, James Coburn, Anjelica Huston and Michael Des Barres..."

PCU
Animal House updated for these Roaring Nineties. That's all you need to know, but what the hell, I've got a minute. Tom Lawrence (Young) is a pre-frosh visitor to idyllic...
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Film Review  May 6, 1994, by Marc Savlov
"...Fresh off the bus, he's been assigned a weekend guardian in the form of anti-BMOC Droz (Piven), the head of an on-campus fraternity affectionately known as “the Pit.” The Pit, it should be obvious, is National Lampoon's Delta House reborn, a squalid, smoke-shrouded, thoroughly cool hellhole that's home to those few students who refuse to give in to the “causeniks” and “womynists” who make up the majority of Port Chester's student body. When President Garcia-Thompson (or Dean Wormer, if you're a really big NatLam fan) hands the Pit a $7000 bill for damages incurred, well, there's really nothing else to do but throw a really, really big party (featuring a tuneless house band called “Everyone Gets Laid”) to scrape up the requisite cash..."

Putting Himself 'Out Here'
Theatre Arts and English teacher Rick Garcia has put himself "out here," on Austin's fringes, n the off-the-map, lost-worldness of Johnston High School, to reach out to some of the poorest kids in one of Austin's most neglected neighborhoods and make a difference through that rare and vital cocktail: art and education.
Arts Story  March 9, 2001, by Robi Polgar
"..."Out here," is how Rick Garcia repeatedly describes the off-the-map, lost-worldness of Johnston High School where he teaches Theatre Arts and English to some of the poorest kids in one of Austin's most neglected neighborhoods. The school is also home to some of the brightest, and whitest, high schoolers, who attend Johnston's Liberal Arts Magnet program..."

Don't Call It a Comeback
Nathan Garcia and the board of Austin Pride make good
Features Story  September 21, 2012, by Brandon Watson
"...Most people would have run away from the fray, but Nathan Garcia saw a chance to make a difference. Garcia didn't buy into assimilationist vs..."

Faster Than Sound: Spider House Ballroom Will Cease Live Entertainment
Longtime local venue converts to arcade bar following co-owner misconduct allegations, code violations, and artist payment delays
Music Column  February 7, 2019, by Rachel Rascoe
"...The Spider House complex faces two ongoing land use violations from the Austin Code Department, one citing unapproved seating additions to the cafe's outdoor patio. In an email to a recurring comedy event announcing the venue shutdown, Spider House Director of Events George Garcia wrote, "The City of Austin is making us change the use of space from Music and Arts event space to something other than." The Ballroom's current official use of space is as an "art gallery," which Bejarano applied for in 2009 during the changeover from a plasma center...."

Armor of God II: Operation Condor
A wisecracking adventurer finds himself confronted by spear-wielding savages as he attempts to make off with tribal treasures. Thugs, Nazis, and mufti-clad killers confront him at every hair-raising turn as...
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Film Review  July 2, 1993, by Marc Savlov
"...Directed by: Jackie Chan. Starring: Jackie Chan, Dodo Cheng, Eva Cobo De Garcia and Ikeda Shoko..."

Song/Book: Grapes of Wrath vs. 1984
Rob Halverson and friends wrap live music around some heavy fiction
DAILY Arts  July 18, 2017, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Rob Halverson: The Grapes of Wrath 75 Project started a couple years ago when I partnered with the National Steinbeck Center to create new media to explore modern themes like peoples’ rights, the banking crisis, immigration issues, and climate change – “Dust Bowl Ogallala" is a song! – and all of that while looking through John Steinbeck's lens on the 75th anniversary of his Great Depression-era novel. We’ve held yearly concerts locally and have been so lucky to’ve had really great artists and writers involved – like Thor Harris, Abra Moore, Sara Hickman, Amparo Garcia-Crow, and many others. Gretchen Phillips and Dickie Lee Erwin – I mean, c’mon! The project’s proven to be a great way for artists to create and perform together and connect with the public in a cool and unique way. And this season we decided to do a mashup with another novel, Orwell’s 1984. So here we are!..."

Free Week Live Shots
Music Story  January 8, 2015, by Jim Caligiuri
"...Whiite Walls' electro-dance (some might call it disco) pulsed smoothly considering the quartet's snotty stage patter. Bassist George Garcia anchors mega grooves that offset occasional soaring harmonies..."

Texas Responds to Obama's Immigration Order
Dems applaud, while GOP bemoans death of the Republic
DAILY News  November 20, 2014, by Richard Whittaker
"...Sen. Sylvia Garcia, D-Houston, gave her vote of support a seasonal twist:..."

Freeport Wins Small
Thousands and Thousands of Dollars
News Story  May 19, 1995, by Daryl Slusher
"...Finishing out the trial for the city was Councilmember Gus Garcia, who proved to be one of their strongest witnesses. Exuding a dignified air, Garcia described how environmental neglect has led not only to ecological and economic disasters, but also to the loss of human life in the Memorial Day floods of 1981..."

Shooting Spelce in a Barrel
Bush and Bush Land a Free Ad
News Column  March 13, 1998, by Lee Nichols
"...However, James Garcia, editor and publisher of Politico, an Austin-based newsletter on Latino politics, said he was "amazed" at the time that a representative of Phillip Morris Company was given to speak at the convention. (Although he attended the event, Garcia is not a NAHP member)..."

Politics
Best of Austin Story  September 15, 2000
"...Best Role Model for Future OfficeholdersGus Garcia..."

Hot Movie Previews
Sneaking Into Summer
Screens Story  May 23, 1997, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Andy Garcia and Michael Keaton in Desperate Measures D: Barbet Schroeder; with Michael Keaton, Andy Garcia, Brian Cox, Marcia Gay Harden...."

"Juntos/Together" Ties Austin's Activist Past and Present
Shedding light on action & initiatives by local minority communities
DAILY Arts  March 28, 2018, by Acacia Coronado
"...Carre Adams, exhibit coordinator and associate curator at the Carver, says the project began when the division manager of the city of Austin’s Museum and Cultural Programs division tasked the museum with putting together a photo exhibition for FotoATX, a new city-sponsored festival of photography. Adams immediately thought of Alan Garcia, a local historian who has garnered nationwide attention for his Instagram page ATX Barrio Archive, which focuses on the history of old East Austin..."

Renewing the Rainbow
A Preview of the Gay / Lesbian Right Lobby Agenda for the 77th Legislature
News Story  January 19, 2001, by Amy Smith
"...Lobbying for the rights of gays and lesbians is not always an easy or pleasant business, but for almost a decade it's the only line of work Dianne Hardy-Garcia has known. As the executive director of the Lesbian/Gay Rights Lobby of Texas (LGRL) for eight years, Hardy-Garcia has served nearly twice as long as any of her predecessors, and even she's amazed at her own staying power...."

Then There's This: Redemption, Texas
Theatre en Bloc Brings one gay rights activist's fight to the stage
News Column  September 14, 2012, by Amy Smith
"...Led by co-directors Derek Kolluri and Jenny Lavery, Theatre en Bloc operates under the motto "great art fosters great communities," and as such hopes that by shining a spotlight on the work of Dianne Hardy-Garcia – the inspiration for Bailey's play – the show will inspire others to lend their voices to causes that strengthen communities. As Lavery tells it, Hardy-Garcia was profiled in a chapter of Brave Journeys that Bailey co-authored with David Mixner in 2000..."

TV Eye
Two new television shows remind us what it was like to be young: Nickelodeon's half-hour comedy series The Brothers Garcia and Fox's "nonfiction drama series," American High.
Screens Column  August 11, 2000, by Belinda Acosta
"...Or maybe it would all be a big "Huh? What was I thinking?" (Actually, that wasn't until my 20s.) Nevertheless, there's something appealing in these reflections of childhood and young adulthood. Two new television series approach the subject well: Nickelodeon's half-hour comedy series The Brothers Garcia and Fox's "nonfiction drama series," American High...."

Naked City
Phil Gramm visits hostile territory : Travis County : to shill for Bush appointee Ernest Garcia, who's running against Darlene Byrne for 126th District Court.
News Story  September 1, 2000, by Amy Smith
"...senator at the downtown condo of lobbyist Stan Schlueter. And, between noshing and sipping, the guests scribbled out campaign contribution checks for judicial candidate Ernest Garcia..."

Postmarks
Rape saga redux and other local imbroglios.
Columns  October 26, 2001
"...Austin does not have five low-performing high schools, as News Editor Michael King attributes to former City Council member and mayoral candidate Gus Garcia in the October 19 issue of The Austin Chronicle ["Naked City: Garcia Rates AISD 'Unacceptable'"]. If you check the Web site for the Texas Education Agency, you'll see that Austin has two low-performing high schools in 2001, Johnston and Reagan...."

The Team Players: Who's Who on the Campaign Trail
News Story  April 11, 1997
"...Dean Rindy (consultant, Kirk Watson) 1996: various statewide, county, and local municipal races, including Beverly Griffith for city council, Daryl Slusher for city council, Margo Frasier for Travis County sheriff, Ronnie Earle for Travis County D.A., Jimmy Carroll for court of appeals judge (Austin), Carolyn Garcia for Harris County District Judge, Paul Barby for state rep. (Oklahoma), Gary Watkins for state senate, and John Bryant for U.S..."

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