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Gray's Anatomy
Spalding Gray is like marzipan: You either love him or you hate him and rarely is there an in-between. This is the third in (I expect) an ongoing series of...
Film Review  July 18, 1997, by Marc Savlov
"...Directed by: Steven Soderbergh. Starring: Spalding Gray..."

Charlotte Gray
For a select portion of the population who like their pleasures guilty, melodrama can be a glorious thing: war, valor, intrigue, star-cross'd lovers, betrayal, bursting bodices, the like. But to...
Film Review  January 25, 2002, by Kimberley Jones
"...It's the difference between weighty and wan, between breast-beating and limp hand-wringing, between teeth-gnashing and mewing sighs. In the hands of the anemic Cate Blanchett and her accommodating director, Charlotte Gray is pap, a thin film that fails to capitalize on the juicy potential of Sebastian Faulks' source novel of the same name..."

Chris Gray Fundraiser
Chris Gray Benefit at the Continental Club, Sunday, Jan. 15
DAILY Music  January 9, 2012, by Margaret Moser
"...This is short notice with so many worthy benefits happening - Esme Barrera, Traci Hancock, etc. – but Chris Gray needs your help too...."

Acia Gray
Local rhythm tap legend to be honored with a major national award
Arts Story  July 2, 2010, by Robert Faires
"...The great American art form of rhythm tap couldn't ask for a more graceful practitioner or more committed advocate than Acia Gray, and now it's giving her a great big thank you. On July 10, the American Tap Dance Foundation will honor the co-founder and longtime artistic director of Tapestry Dance Company with a Hoofer Award, presented to prominent tap artists for "their unique contribution to the form and for inspiring future generations." Those of us who have been fortunate to see Gray's masterful footwork on local stages for three decades, her skill as a choreographer of tap, and her company memers' proficiency in the form know how deserving of such an honor she is..."

UT Football: Gray's Anatomy
And then we came to the end
DAILY Sports  December 2, 2015, by Kahron Spearman
"...Defensive tackle Hassan Ridgeway and star linebacker Malik Jefferson – who’s suffered from a stomach ailment for most of the second half of the season – are listed as questionable with ankle injuries. Still suffering from turf toe, senior running back Johnathan Gray is expected to play in his last game as a Longhorn...."

Shades of Gray
In Texas Prisons, It's Hard to Tell Who Your Enemies Are
News Story  April 28, 2000, by Nate Blakeslee
"...With other inmates watching from the TV lounge, Nagle was stabbed repeatedly in the throat and head. By the time he was discovered by another officer, he was dead.New Boots At the union hall in Beeville in late January, 10 or 12 guards, some still in their blue and gray uniforms, picked at Styrofoam bowls of gumbo while Nagle's replacement read haltingly from a laminated card headed, "How to Chair a Meeting." By all accounts, Nagle was one of the best presidents this local ever had..."

Acia Gray: From Austin, an Ambassador of Tap to the World
The artistic director of Tapestry Dance Company has just been named president of the International Tap Association
Arts Story  July 18, 2008, by Robert Faires
"...First, Acia Gray was a leading force of rhythm tap in Austin, then around the country. Now, the co-founder and artistic director of Tapestry Dance Company will be a leading force for tap in the world, by virtue of her new position as president of the International Tap Association..."

May Day for Freddie Gray
On Friday evening, May 1, Austinites marched in national solidarity reacting to the death in custody of Baltimore resident Freddie Gray
PHOTO GALLERY  May 4, 2015
"...On Friday evening, May 1, Austinites marched in national solidarity reacting to the death in custody of Baltimore resident Freddie Gray..."

The Gray Band
How can a band singing almost exclusively about serial killers engender so much life?
Music Story  January 14, 2011, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Starkweather – that name I knew. The Gray Man (Albert Fish)..."

Christopher Gray Delusional?
Postmarks  April 10, 2006
"...Dear Editor, Is Christopher Gray delusional? In his column on April 7 [“TCB,” Music] he compares Austin country icon Dale Watson to Nashville pop star Tim McGraw. Specifically, Gray compares Watson's title track on his new release, Whiskey or God, to McGraw's 2004 single "Drugs or Jesus.” Let's see ....."

Gray Wrong on Butterfield
Postmarks  October 7, 2005
"...Dear Editor, Let's all hope the mighty Sir Douglas Quintet finally makes it into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame this year, but it's a burn that Christopher Gray so easily dismisses the Paul Butterfield Blues Band's qualifications because they're not “rock & roll enough" [“TCB,” Music, Oct. 7]..."

Was Gray at Same Show I Was?
Postmarks  September 30, 2003
"...Um, was your reviewer [Christopher Gray, "TCB," Sept. 26] at the same place I was two Sundays ago? I thought Ween was very combobulated – one of the best acts of the entire festival..."

Austin's Pink Palace Makes the Gray Lady's Style
The New York Times' love affair with Austin
DAILY Design  April 5, 2012, by Anne Harris
"...helping ours in crowds, the old gray lady loves the ATX. It looks like the editors of the Thursday edition Style section are getting the itch as well – call it spring fever in a concrete canyon..."

Chris Gray, Brain Damaged?
Postmarks  September 6, 2005
"...Dear Chris Gray, Your tirade about the smoking ban is selfish and nonfactual ["TCB," Music, Sept. 2]..."

Gray's Support of AMN Misguided
Postmarks  May 17, 2004
"...Dear Editor, Christopher Gray's sneer at Austin Music Partners' position – that a mountain of cash is all that's needed to help Austin Music Network ["TCB," Music, May 7] – is particularly ironic considering that the network makes that same argument in so many words to the City Council every other year...."

Gray Only Mentioned 30 Acts, Why Not Patty Griffin?
Postmarks  September 29, 2003
"...Editor, Sept. 26's Christopher Gray article on the recent ACL Fest left me puzzled..."

Playback: Black Metal, Gray Skies, Red-Hot Love
Sex, love, and nostalgia – recapping Fun Fun Fun Fest 2015
Music Column  November 12, 2015, by Kevin Curtin

sxswf: Trailer Park: Hey, Gray Lady!
Page One, Moving Parts, & Surrogate Valentine
DAILY Screens  March 14, 2011, by Kimberley Jones

Blue vs. Gray … er, Red
After the past seven years, it's time for a Reconstruction
DAILY News  July 21, 2008, by Lee Nichols

It's No Arnie vs. Gray Davis
What did this weekend's elections mean for toobers on the Guadalupe?
DAILY News  May 14, 2007, by Richard Whittaker

Jim Brown's Shades of Gray
Spike Lee's latest documentary, Jim Brown: All American, looks at the turbulent life of the "greatest football player ever." Lee and Brown will be in town Tuesday to present the film at the Westgate Cinema.
Screens Story  November 1, 2002, by Marjorie Baumgarten

Gray Matter
Milkshake Media's Katherine Jones was trained in medical illustration -- but with her work on Fight Club and The Cell, she got a lesson in Hollywood.
Screens Story  August 18, 2000, by Sarah Hepola

In the Middle of It
Where Tapestry's Acia Gray Likes to Be ó and Is
Arts Story  February 20, 1998, by Robert Faires
"...photograph by Kenny Braun It isn't exactly the best time to be talking with Acia Gray. As a rule, three weeks out from a big performance is not the point when an artist working on that performance is going to be just bursting with confidence about what he or she is doing..."

Monster in a Box
By now, we know the drill. One lone man, on a stage, behind a table, with open notebook, spare set and sparse music by Laurie Anderson. The man is Spalding...
Film Review  June 12, 1992, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Directed by: Nick Broomfield. Starring: Spalding Gray..."

Finding a New Rhythm
After a health crisis, Tapestry's Acia Gray slows things down
Arts Story  February 27, 2004, by Robert Faires
"...Acia Gray never expected dance to be the death of her...."

She Got Rhythm
In the world of rhythm tap, female dancers are a minority, and women who are masters of the form, as Acia Gray is, are merely a fraction of the whole. But with the debut of the Soul to Sole Festival, Gray hopes to give women who tap their due.
Arts Story  May 18, 2001, by Robert Faires
"...Acia Gray has been dancing in this community for so long, it might not occur to most people that there's something radical about her. But there is, and it's this: She's a woman who taps...."

Straight Outta Compton
Picture about origins of rap group NWA shows off their snarly cool
Film Review  August 14, 2015, by Marc Savlov
"...Directed by: F. Gary Gray..."

We Own the Night
Joaquin Phoenix is dynamic, Mark Wahlberg subdued, and Robert Duvall trusty in this otherwise redundant story about brothers on opposite sides of the law.
Film Review  October 12, 2007, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Directed by: James Gray. Starring: Joaquin Phoenix, Mark Wahlberg, Robert Duvall, Eva Mendes, Antoni Corone, Moni Moshonov, Alex Veadov and Tony Musante..."

Letting the Monster Out of the Box
Did Spalding Gray have any secrets left for his journal?
Screens Story  October 21, 2011, by Josh Rosenblatt
"...But that's the world actor/writer Spalding Gray was living in when he premiered his first solo stage show, Sex and Death to the Age 14, in 1979. With little fanfare, that show shook off the inherited expectations of the theatrical monologue – where a lone performer would perform as a different character or characters in service of a story – by being simply an autobiographical portrait..."

The Yards
There are a number of extremely enjoyable aspects to this second feature by James Gray (Little Odessa), among them Howard Shore's ominous score, which never lets you forget you're watching...
Film Review  October 27, 2000, by Marc Savlov
"...Directed by: James Gray. Starring: Mark Wahlberg, Joaquin Phoenix, Charlize Theron, James Caan, Ellen Burstyn, Faye Dunaway and Steve Lawrence..."

Ransom Center
UT acquires the archives of celebrated monologist Spalding Gray
Arts Story  November 19, 2010, by Robert Faires
"...We most likely remember him as a static figure: the man sharing stories woven from his life while sitting at a table, still. But Spalding Gray was in motion in ways that were imperceptible to those of us watching the monologist work his magic in Swimming to Cambodia, Monster in a Box, and Gray's Anatomy..."

Two Lovers
Joaquin Phoenix (in what he claims is his last film role) stars as a nebbishy New Yorker caught between two very different women.
Film Review  February 27, 2009, by Marc Savlov
"...Directed by: James Gray. Starring: Joaquin Phoenix, Gwyneth Paltrow, Vinessa Shaw, Isabella Rossellini, Moni Moshonov, John Ortiz, Bob Ari and Elias Koteas..."

The Negotiator
Another solid, cerebral actioner by Gray (Set It Off) that makes the most of black-male-rage icon Jackson and an equally impressive (if a bit chilly) Spacey alongside the late, great...
Film Review  August 7, 1998, by Marc Savlov
"...Directed by: F. Gary Gray..."

The Italian Job
That whooshing sound you hear is the sales figures of the Cooper Mini puncturing the stratosphere. BMW’s pip-squeak sexbomb of an automobile should rightfully be listed before Wahlberg and Norton...
Film Review  May 30, 2003, by Marc Savlov
"...Directed by: F. Gary Gray..."

A Man Apart
With his preternaturally stoic expression -- a look that falls just shy of seething even when he's surrounded by puppy dogs, birthday cakes, and rainbows -- and his taciturn verbal...
Film Review  April 4, 2003, by Marc Savlov
"...Directed by: F. Gary Gray..."

A refreshingly lighthearted look at day-to-day life in the inner city, Friday does suffer from a few problems in the scripting and directing departments, but entertains nonetheless, thanks mainly to...
Film Review  May 5, 1995, by Joey O'Bryan
"...Directed by: F. Gary Gray..."

Be Cool
The follow-up to Elmore Leanard's Get Shorty is rife with star talent but short on inspiration.
Film Review  March 4, 2005, by Marc Savlov
"...Directed by: F. Gary Gray..."

Tapestry Dance Company
Acia Gray takes medical leave, but the shows go on
Arts Story  November 23, 2012, by Robert Faires
"...Anyone who knows Acia Gray knows it takes a helluva lot to keep that tenacious hoofer off her feet. In her 30-plus years of dancing professionally, you can probably count the times that something's kept her out of her tap shoes on one set of toes..."

Something 'Weird' This Way Comes
Amelia Gray's winning experiment in oddity
Books Story  November 5, 2010, by Kimberley Jones
"...Amelia Gray is the first one to admit her stories are weird. It's right there in the title of her latest collection, Museum of the Weird, which was inspired in part by the Austin landmark of the same name, although Gray admits she's never been there, just sort of window-shopped..."

Little Odessa
So austerely realized that it seems cold to the touch, Little Odessa fittingly harks back to the great themes in Russian literature, to familiar stories of fathers and sons and...
Film Review  July 14, 1995, by Steve Davis
"...Directed by: James Gray. Starring: Tim Roth, Edward Furlong, Moira Kelly, Vanessa Redgrave and Maximilian Schell..."

Catch and Release
An archetypal date movie with a good heart, Catch and Release is the lightweight story of a widow (Jennifer Garner) who discovers that you never really know a person.
Film Review  January 26, 2007, by Marc Savlov
"...An archetypal date movie with a good heart, Catch and Release is the feature debut of screenwriter Grant (Ever After, Erin Brockovich), and as far as romantic comedies go, you could do far worse. That said, this story of Gray (Garner), a young woman widowed on her wedding day who discovers her husband-to-be's shadow life with both the assistance and discouragement of his tightly knit group of friends (among them filmmaker Kevin Smith), is pretty lightweight..."

The Delta
Director Ira Sachs clearly has a lot to say, and he seems hell-bent on getting it all into his 85-minute debut feature. Sexual orientation crises, class and racial divisions, cultural...
Film Review  November 28, 1997, by Russell Smith
"...Directed by: Ira Sachs. Starring: Shayne Gray, Thang Chan and Rachel Van Huss..."

In this psychological thriller, a man awakens after a car accident to find his wife doesn't recognize him and another man has assumed his identity.
Film Review  February 25, 2011, by Kimberley Jones
"...Starring: Liam Neeson, Diane Kruger, January Jones, Aidan Quinn, Bruno Ganz and Frank Langella. An optimist might light on the intrigue packed into the title’s terse tergiversation, and surely Unknown is never better than in its early stages when the audience still hopes the little gray cells may get a workout alongside the adrenal gland..."

With Woody Harrelson, Emily Mortimer, and Ben Kingsley, this train-set suspense movie also is full of sharp character studies.
Film Review  August 29, 2008, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Transsiberian is a well-told suspense story in which Anderson (The Machinist, Next Stop Wonderland) allows us a bit more omniscience than his characters possess, yet never shows his entire hand so that viewers undergo a mounting sense of dread without ever knowing precisely what is going to occur. With top-notch performances (especially that of Mortimer) and the gray of the Siberian wilderness providing an apt backdrop for the movie's gray zones of morality, Transsiberian is on a great track...."

Jurassic World
Bigger isn’t necessarily better
Film Review  June 12, 2015, by Marc Savlov
"...The same, however, cannot be said for the storyline (which, as in 1993, should stop no one from going to the theatre). Penned by a bevy of screenwriters and shunted all over the place in the intervening years since we last watched Jurassic Park III’s pterodactyls take wing, Jurassic World relies far too heavily on the tried and true and decidedly cliched – from its young protagonists Gray and Zach (Simpkins and Robinson), who are vacationing in the allegedly “safe” (yeah, right) corporate theme park of the title only to find themselves pursued by, well, you know, to a scheming military evildoer who plans to use velociraptors in lieu of American boots on the ground in upcoming conflicts..."

A Taste of 'Threats'
Vice excerpts Amelia Gray's new novel
DAILY Books  November 7, 2011, by Kimberley Jones
"...A former fixture of the Austin lit scene, Amelia Gray may have flown the coop – she moved to Los Angeles last month – but you can keep track of her – or at least her work – from afar: Vice has posted a sneak peek of the first two chapters from Gray's forthcoming novel...."

The Ides of March
George Clooney's modern morality tale about the ongoing battle between idealism and corruption in the political realm is perfectly cast.
Film Review  October 7, 2011, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...The perfectly captured gray slush of Ohio in winter provides a suitable backdrop for George Clooney’s morality tale about politics in America. Clooney’s fourth directorial outing calls to mind Seventies political thrillers such as The Candidate and All the President’s Men (both of which starred Robert Redford, who, perhaps not coincidentally, is a handsome leading man and sometimes director who, like Clooney, is also well-known for his liberal politics)..."

DAILY Design  October 24, 2007, by Liz Osting
"...By now, I'm sure you've all noticed that gray is the new beige. Those of us who overhauled our kitchens/bathrooms/wardrobes with various shades of umber/cocoa/toast are now going to be compelled to start again with this fabulous new shade..."

A Time to Kill
They sound so very Ecclesiastical… those words, A Time to Kill. To everything there is a season, and to the justifiable homicide defense A Time to Kill is the equivalent...
Film Review  July 26, 1996, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...To everything there is a season, and to the justifiable homicide defense A Time to Kill is the equivalent of Christmas in July. A Time to Kill, the newest legal thriller based on a John Grisham novel, takes a legal issue soaked in lots of difficult gray matter, tosses in some pointed racial factors that make it clear that American justice is not color blind, and then buttresses the events with the kind of star turns that charge ahead with swoopingly emotional, if not always legal, logic..."

NBA star Kevin Durant appears as himself in this family film wherein a stroke of magic causes him to swap talents with a klutzy 16-year-old.
Film Review  August 31, 2012, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Directed by: John Whitesell. Starring: Kevin Durant, Taylor Gray, Brandon T..."

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