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Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow
'Being Ginger' screens at AMC Barton Creek for one night only
Screens Story  January 10, 2014, by Richard Whittaker


Here Today, Gone Tomorrow?
On The Ground >>
News Story  July 15, 1999


Escape From Tomorrow
Shot guerrilla-style at Disneyland and Disney World, this surreal drama about a man's mental disintegration at "the happiest place on Earth" lands a spitball in the Mouse's eye.
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Film Review  October 11, 2013, by Marc Savlov
"...As someone not unfamiliar with the concept of “trippin’ ballz at Disney World,” I can heartily attest to the fact that Walt’s Floridian pleasure dome can be a hellishly grueling experience and the furthest thing from wholesome one can imagine (or, you know, hallucinate). And Escape From Tomorrow is certainly a trip-and-a-half..."

UT's Day After Tomorrow Is Here
Maybe Dennis Quaid was right about UT athletics
DAILY Sports  September 22, 2010, by Will Eidam
"...Pop Quiz: Did I just refer to: A) The plot to The Day After Tomorrow or B) University of Texas’ fall athletics progams?..."

Austin @ Large: Saving Austin Now -- and Tomorrow
A skeptical analysis of the pending Stratus deal
News Column  July 12, 2002, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...There should be no large-scale commercial core at Circle C at all, not only because it's over the aquifer, but because such growth flies thick in the face of the city's comprehensive plan, Austin Tomorrow, adopted in full in 1979 (some parts are even older) and supposedly revived by the Smart Growth Initiative. As a place for people to live, Circle C may not be quite so offensive..."

To Boldly Go Where No Opera Has Gone Before Opera: The Next Generation
Arts Story  December 22, 1995
"...The Black Blood, which opens December 29 at Planet Theatre, is a new opera which turns its gaze firmly, resolutely, toward tomorrow. It attempts to bring the form into the era of technology, this age in which machines are an integral part of human existence, and even to project it into an era in which metal and flesh are fused..."

Monkeys Gone to Heaven
Meet the Pixies
Music Story  September 17, 2010, by Austin Powell
"...Fuck that. I'll be here tomorrow."..."

Don Hertzfeldt's Digital Divide
Awards-sweeping "World of Tomorrow" is Don Hertzfeldt's first digital film
Screens Story  April 9, 2015, by Marc Savlov
"...Hertzfeldt's most recent animated short, "World of Tomorrow," has just been released online after nabbing the Grand Jury Prize for Short Film at Sundance 2015 and winning the Best Animated Short category at SXSW 2015, among other kudos. The sans-sangfroid story remains similar to the animator's past thematic thrust: A little girl (voiced by the animator's 4-year-old niece) is visited by a future, cloned version of herself, who then spells out the depressing horrors of what's in store for humanity..."

Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow
This group show matches the majesty of the MACC's architecture
Arts Review  July 15, 2011, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...'Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow'..."

Lester Bower Awaits Wednesday Execution
67-year-old has spent 31 years on death row
DAILY News  June 2, 2015, by Chase Hoffberger
"...Lester Bower has spent 31 years on death row for the 1983 murder of four men in a Grayson County airplane hangar. He’s faced eight different execution dates, the most recent being tomorrow, June 3..."

Anonymous
Normally a maker of big, explosive movies, Roland Emmerich directs this conspiracy-minded potboiler which questions the veracity of Shakespeare's authorship.
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Film Review  October 28, 2011, by Marc Savlov
"...Or so it goes according to Anonymous, a messy, often goofy, and very occasionally entertaining melodrama from Roland Emmerich, who, alongside Michael Bay, may well be regarded as the soul of our explosive cinema age by fans of, well, explosions and such (Independence Day, The Day After Tomorrow, 2012). There are big bangs of all kinds throughout Emmerich's film but nothing so deftly daffy as Woody Harrelson standing astride a mountaintop as the world ends in 2012..."

Billy Friedkin Kills It
Extended Q&A with the man behind 'The Exorcist,' 'French Connection'
DAILY Screens  August 2, 2012, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...In this week's paper, we have a Q&A with legendary director William Friedkin, whose latest film Killer Joe opens in theatres tomorrow...."

Record Reviews
Music Review  August 9, 1996
"...You write what you know, I guess, but Shaver has done the whole "ramblin' down the road" thing before. Here, the title track merely gives us more of the same, and "Yesterday Tomorrow Was Today" says about what you'd expect..."

Live from the House
Regular updates from the swearing in
DAILY News  January 13, 2009, by Richard Whittaker
"...Charlie Geren and Burt Solomons get to do some house business about House Rules and keeping the committee staff on until their next budget is sorted. Solomons will hold the world’s smallest working group with himself and the Parliamentarian tomorrow on rules changes..."

More From the Floor
Chelsea Clinton makes it to the convention
DAILY News  June 6, 2008, by Richard Whittaker
"...He passes on Obama's thanks (as well as his "profound admiration and respect" for Hillary Clinton), but said he couldn't be here because he needed to take the weekend off. And, you know, he has that engagement tomorrow that everyone is whispering about...."

The Mighty Hannibal Sees All
The Atlanta soul man has stories to tell, and who cares if they're true?
DAILY Music  August 27, 2008, by Thomas Fawcett
"...“I want somebody to tell my mother and go down yonder in Georgia and tell my father that I’m way over here crawling in these trench holes covered with blood,” yearns the Mighty Hannibal on his devastating 1966 anti-war anthem. “But one thing that I know … there’s no tomorrow, they’re burying me.” In a just world, “Hymn No..."

Federal Judge Poised to Release Anthony Graves on Bond
Rebuke to state court keeping Graves imprisoned
DAILY News  January 4, 2007, by Jordan Smith
"...Magistrate Judge John Froeschner issued a bench warrant for Graves, pulling him from Burleson Co. jail and back to federal court in Galveston for a hearing tomorrow (Jan..."

Gentle Disturbances
Creating ripples in public space with large-scale public art
Arts Story  March 24, 2006, by Robert Faires
"...More attention is being paid here to large-scale, temporary public art – and let's get it out of the way straight off, this kind of work is art – than any time in the last 25 years. From upstart nonprofits, such as Austin Green Art, to academic programs like Land Arts of the American West in UT's Department of Art & Art History, from under-the-radar shows by younger artists, such as Heather Johnson's "Cracks in the Pavement," to major exhibitions at the Austin Museum of Art, the city is full of artists thinking about, talking about, and making art that's big, that's transforming our public spaces, and that's here today, gone tomorrow..."

Frank Dixon to Denton
APD Asst. Chief heads north
News Story  September 13, 2018, by Chase Hoffberger
"...Here today, gone tomorrow: Two years after Art Acevedo appointed him to assistant chief, Frank Dixon is on his way out of Austin. The longtime lieutenant, who's overseen South Patrol operations in his current role, announced last week that he's accepted a position as chief of the Denton Police Department, making him the first assistant chief to leave APD since Brian Manley was appointed permanent chief..."

Doobie Brothers: Rockin' Down the Highway
Tom Johnston listens to the music but not the radio
DAILY Music  March 26, 2012, by Margaret Moser
"...In San Antonio, they played Freeman Coliseum between locals Giant Smiling Dog and Tracy Nelson & Mother Earth. Four decades later, led by original guitar/vox combo Pat Simmons and Tom Johnston, they play ACL Live at the Moody Theater tomorrow, Tuesday...."

Pondering Downtown Condos
Frequently Asked Questions
News Story  March 13, 2009, by Katherine Gregor
"..."I think the Statesman in their coverage has often treated it like it is a fad that will be here today and gone tomorrow," said Warshaw. "In reality, it has become a separate market segment with steady demand." He believes that "as Austin's baby boomers face retirement and as the city grows, there will be a consistent supply of people wanting to make this lifestyle change." Agreed Carpenter, "The number of empty nesters that are attracted to condominium living will increase steadily over the next 20 years."..."

Darfur Update
International Criminal Court pushing for war crime prosecution in Sudan, local activists respond.
DAILY News  July 16, 2008, by Richard Whittaker
"... Every single IDP and refugee I met in Western Darfur & Eastern Chad said they are 100% in favor of further indictments. They would rather watch 10,000 of their kinsmen die tomorrow, than experience 4 million more deaths that would result from the absence of legal prosecution...."

Page Two: Downward Spiral
Aesthetically, we have gone insane and dull
Columns  August 10, 2007, by Louis Black
"...Even in films that weren't directly addressing serious issues, there was still a darker tone; yes, "After all ... tomorrow is another day," but now that statement was more likely to be threatening than hopeful...."

UK Calling
Damon Albarn leads SXSW 07's UK act armada. Again.
Music Story  February 23, 2007, by Marc Savlov
"...London's the Horrors return to Austin with guitarist Joshua Von Grimm and their grimly fiendish sense of evil couture and trademark slash 'n' burn atonality firmly intact, which is more than we can say for their critics, who initially dismissed them as "hair today, gone tomorrow." Like Horrors fan and Primal Screamer Bobby Gillespie says, fuck 'em if they can't take a bullet to the head. Come prepared to go deaf and possibly with a slightly improved sense of style...."

Postmarks
Cars the Issue, Not Parking
Columns  September 11, 1998
"...Our local so-called alternative rock station plays the same damn things everyone else does and their coverage of local music is a joke at best. Instead of having their so-called experts gush about the latest sensation that's here today gone tomorrow they could try spinning some local records..."

Naked City
Off the Desk
News Story  July 31, 1998
"...- E.C.B. Air Today, Gone Tomorrow..."

The Dangerous World of Jean-Paul Belmondo
AFS explores the action star beyond Breathless
Screens Story  July 5, 2018, by Josh Kupecki
"...The spectrum of cool can be a fluid and fickle thing: here today, gone tomorrow. There are countless instances of flash-in-pan dilettantes who may have had "it" for those beloved 15 minutes, but are now lost to the rubble of squaresville..."

SXSW Music Review: Keith Urban
Country superstar’s “Wasted Time”
DAILY SXSW  March 17, 2018, by Doug Freeman
"...“It’ll be loose tonight,” the Kiwi declared at the outset, flashing his high-watt smile as he locked in with “Gone Tomorrow (Here Today).” Although promoting upcoming LP Graffiti U, Urban stuck to his playbook of hits. Unfortunately, that catalog is an innocuous, watered-down mix of rock, pop, and country that does a disservice to all three genres...."

Ramones
Music Review  December 7, 2017, by Tim Stegall
"...Leave Home's "Babysitter," "I Remember You," and even "You're Gonna Kill That Girl" tipped the scales toward the band's pop side, at times evoking doo-wop and girl groups. By contrast, Rocket to Russia pogos furiously with "Cretin Hop," "Teenage Lobotomy," and "Rockaway Beach," although "Here Today, Gone Tomorrow" documents Johnny Ramone's first encounter with an acoustic guitar and Joey Ramone at his most Ronnie Spector..."

"Drawing Lines: Explorations of Place"
The final exhibit of this public art project shows how every district in Austin has had artists working for it
Arts Story  March 31, 2016, by Robert Faires
"...Los Outsiders, the creative collective behind exhibitions such as the Austin Critics Table Award-winning "Heir Today Gone Tomorrow" and "Gently Fried" and projects such as Dance Your Pants Off and #ATXLoteria, decided to get to know District 1 on an intimate level, through community, memory, and object. Members Jaime Salvador Castillo, Michael Anthony García, Hector Hernandez, and Robert Jackson Harrington interviewed district residents, gathering stories and personal objects that became the basis for an exhibit of mementos the people of District 1 hold dear and images of the area they call home..."

Hate Eternal = Multitasking
Famed metal producer and frontman Erik Rutan can’t sit still
DAILY Music  November 20, 2015, by Raoul Hernandez
"...I do believe with metal – and metal being one of the few genres; there’s others that would probably fall in line – I do think people still like the physical product and they like to have a whole album. But we live in this ADD society, where everything is here today, gone tomorrow..."

DVDanger: 'Enemy'
Jake Gyllenhaal versus Jake Gyllenhaal. And spiders.
DAILY Screens  June 28, 2014, by Richard Whittaker
"...Remember when Jake Gyllenhaal became famous with Donnie Darko, and then he became replaced by a guy that looked like Jake Gyllenhaal, but did big studio bullhooey like Prince of Persia and The Day After Tomorrow? Well, both Gyllenhaals are in Canadian psychological creepfest Enemy (LionsGate). Kinda...."

A Tall Drink of Water
Stars we love at the Paramount Summer Classic Film series
Screens Story  May 15, 2014, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Hair today, gone tomorrow – with a limelight duration shorter than Alan Ladd...."

¡Gaytino! A Universal Experience
Dan Guerrero's one-man show comes to Austin for one night only
DAILY Qmmunity  December 3, 2013, by Sarah Marloff
"...Dan Guerrero invites you to travel back to 1950s East L.A. with ¡Gaytino! His one-man show arrives in town tomorrow for one night only at the MACC...."

Drinking for a Good Cause
Cooler weather means falling into good beer and great deeds
DAILY Food  September 27, 2013, by Anna Toon
"...Tomorrow is National Drink Beer Day. In honor of this most sacred of days, we’ve put together a host of events to celebrate, all benefiting local nonprofits..."

Mo' Music: Spring Music, Part 1
Get sprung with the season's latest tunes
DAILY Qmmunity  April 3, 2013, by Rob Cohen
"...There's so much more to cover, but you know I like to take it slow. Tune back in tomorrow..."

The Staves
Music Review  March 15, 2013, by Doug Freeman
"...Highlighting harmonies right up front, the Staves open their debut a cappella on "Wisely & Slow." While UK trio of sisters Emily, Jessica, and Camilla Staveley-Taylor prove natural complements, they offer little beyond that and subdued folk. Meditative almost to a fault on "Gone Tomorrow," "The Motherlode," and the title track, the undeniably subtle beauty of their tunes becomes lost in the lack of variation..."

Welcome to the X-Men, David Marquez: Hope You Survive the Experience!
Local artist opens run on Marvel's merry mutants today
DAILY Books  January 16, 2013, by Richard Whittaker
"...16. Tomorrow, Jan..."

15 Minutes with Pat Metheny
Guitar radical still finds the good notes
DAILY Music  October 3, 2012, by Jim Caligiuri
"...Pat Metheny brings his Unity Band to the Moody Theater tomorrow, Thursday. It’s the first time in 30 years the renowned jazz guitarist is touring with a saxophonist, this time Chris Potter..."

Fitzmaurice Quits Texas Film Commission
UPDATE: TXMPA president praises exiting TFC executive director
DAILY Screens  July 6, 2012, by Richard Whittaker
"...The Texas Motion Picture Alliance holds its annual meeting in Austin tomorrow, but we can already guess what one topic of conversation will be. After less than a year in office, Evan Fitzmaurice has stepped down as interim executive director of the Texas Film Commission...."

2012 Austin Critics Table Awards
Giving a lot of sweet bouquets (and taking their sweet time doing it)
Arts Story  June 8, 2012, by Robert Faires
"..."Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow," Mexican American Cultural Center, curators: Los Outsiders..."

2012 Austin Critics Table Awards
For the 20th time, a big hand for the nominees if you please
Arts Story  May 25, 2012, by Robert Faires
"..."Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow," Mexican American Cultural Center, curators: Los Outsiders..."

The Motion in the 'Mation
AFF's Saturday free claymation workshop for kids
DAILY Screens  August 5, 2011, by Kimberley Jones
"...In an age where digital effects are largely the domain of computers, there's something wonderfully tactile about clay animation. Kids can find out for themselves at a hands-on free workshop being held tomorrow (Saturday) morning...."

The Social Disease
2010 was the year social media was ready for its closeup
DAILY Screens  January 5, 2011, by Kimberley Jones
"...Tomorrow our Top 10s issue hits stands, and, as usual, the Chronicle's movie reviewers count down our best loved and most loathed of the year. But there's more to reflection on the-year-that-was than just making lists..."

The Daily Hustle: 12/3/10
Marshall arms race heats up
DAILY News  December 3, 2010, by Wells Dunbar
"...Despite the fireworks, opposition to the project is less than unanimous. The Kealing Neighborhood Association (which encompasses the Salina street portion of the apartments) is holding a vote tomorrow on whether to support the project, and NA prez Rick Cofer saying neighborhood residents have been in favor of the rehab..."

Just Lose, Baby
Texas Volleyball's winning streak makes it hard to find flaws
DAILY Sports  November 18, 2010, by Will Eidam
"...I once compared UT's football and volleyball programs to The Day After Tomorrow, citing that both teams’ seasons were headed for catastrophe. I was wrong about both..."

Please Step on the Scale
One last weigh in for our fitness fanatics.
DAILY Qmmunity  June 21, 2009, by Kate X Messer
"...Tomorrow, Monday, June 22 is our 6:30am final weigh-in and measurements. I don't even care who wins (my money's on Andy, although Oliver still has great calves)..."

The More You Learn About God, the Further Away from Him You Move
mewithoutYou frontman Aaron Weiss likes a good question, but finds some answers easier than others
DAILY Music  June 15, 2009, by Raoul Hernandez
"...We spoke for an hour last week in anticipation of MWY’s headlining take down at Emo’s tomorrow night, Tuesday, June 16. The 30-year-old singer and crew were in Florida, headed for a gig in St..."

Graveyard: Ungrateful Are We the Dead
Graveyard
DAILY Music  September 9, 2008, by Raoul Hernandez
"...A chat with tall, blond, bearded, Scandinavian drummer Sjöberg confirmed the band’s excitement in the music festival and Austin. Tomorrow, Wednesday, Sept..."

Jingle Bell Rock and Blues
Two legendary Austin bands reunite for the holidaze.
DAILY Music  December 21, 2007, by Margaret Moser
"...His knowledge of blues – especially Texas blues – well informed his repertoire, allowing him to draw on everything from Ray Sharpe & the Razorblades’ “Linda Lu” to Otis Rush’s “All the Love.” And it’s where I learned to love the slow dance. Being on that dancefloor, eyes closed, blood thinned by alcohol and a little what-have-you, and arms wrapped around a warm body swaying to the bluesy beat … it’s a beautiful time caught forever in my heart. Make your own memories – the Skunks tonight at the Continental, Paul Ray & the Cobras tomorrow – at midnight both nights...."

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