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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'..."

"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..."

Council Notes: Incentives, Booze, and More
Not quite as exciting as mayoral race buzz, but today's agenda matters
News Story  January 31, 2014, by Amy Smith
"...A postmortem staff briefing on how this top-tier reorganization played out would make for a fascinating discussion today (Thursday, Jan. 30) among council members – three of whom are weighing their own mayoral prospects as "insider" candidates – but there's plenty of other gristle to dissect..."

The Girls on the Bus
Girls groups, from the back of the bus to Rhino Records.
DAILY Music  February 6, 2012, by Margaret Moser
"...We lived so far out of town, the road into my subdivision was a one-lane shell road and horny toads ran free in the vacant lots. Today, Sabo Road has its own exit off the Sam Houston Tollway and horny toads are on license plates...."

Fantastic Fest Unleashes Final Wave
New films from Charlie Kaufman and Owen Egerton join fest
DAILY Screens  September 9, 2015, by Richard Whittaker
"...More veterans and new, yet familiar faces fill out the final list of announced titles for Fantastic Fest 2015. Today's list adds 21 new titles and repertory screenings, from cutting-edge dramas to historical oddities, and highly touted critical darlings that could dominate next year's awards season...."

Mondo Con Is Go!
Print and art show announces monstrous and hellish names
DAILY Screens  June 2, 2014, by Richard Whittaker
"...Now they have confirmed that, on Sept. 20-21, Mondo Con will host some of the greatest names in horror, genre, and pop culture art working today...."

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 Theory of Everything
Based on Jane Hawking's memoir about her marriage to the scientist Stephen Hawking, this film really shows what goes into a relationship.
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Film Review  November 21, 2014, by Steve Davis
"...All you see is Stephen Hawking. Many of today’s actors can achieve remarkable physical transformations to resemble living or historical persons, but the trick is to convey the human being within the doppelgänger..."

Land Lock
from east to west, land use a hot topic
News Column  March 24, 2000, by Jenny Staff Johnson
"...Then there's the Austin Revitalization Authority, which adds further uncertainty since its development plans for the area are -- allegedly -- just getting off the ground. The Bennett tract agenda items are set for a time certain of 2pm today, Thursday, March 23, during the council's afternoon session in the Hancock Building at the Lower Colorado River Authority offices, 3700 Lake Austin Blvd..."

Reissues
Music Story  December 18, 1998
"...Here's a historically significant, well-produced 2-CD set showcasing the singing of Clyde McPhatter, both with the Drifters and as a solo artist. McPhatter is somewhat neglected today, because his most well-known records were with a group and he died young..."

Glorious Renewal
The Contemporary Austin gives new life to the place where it all began, Laguna Gloria
Arts Story  March 26, 2015, by Caitlin Greenwood
"...They broke ground in 1914, and the villa was completed in 1916. Clara dedicated herself to the space, designing the varied landscaping motifs that still exist there today..."

Postmarks
Our readers talk back.
Columns  March 14, 2003
"...I am writing to you and The Austin Chronicle family because today in the Austin American-Statesman I saw an obit for an employee of yours. This fellow and I first ran into each other just last month for the first time ever..."

Postmarks
Chronicle Kills Poster Art
Columns  September 26, 1997
"...And let's not forget the accomplishments of our deceased friend, Justice Thurgood Marshall, among many others currently living and at rest. And if Graglia thinks he's so smart about racial issues, why isn't he preaching his rhetoric from a federal bench today, I further wonder!..."

Sheryl Cole and Chito Vela: The Prize Fight
All eyes on the Democratic primary run-off in House District 46
News Story  May 3, 2018, by Mary Tuma
"...Of course, the political landscape wasn't what it is today. "Democrats had a voice and influence," he said..."

Levitation Review: Electric Wizard, Russian Circles, the Well
Doom for the ages
DAILY Music  April 28, 2018, by Michael Toland
"...A not-so-subtle nod to bandleaders Oborn and Liz Buckingham’s interest in the occult, “Witchcraft Today” set the tone immediately: darkness is coming, so get high and open the Necronomicon. Playing only “See You in Hell” from last year’s Wizard Bloody Wizard, the tight-knit unit surveyed its long, celebrated career with what would be a greatest hits set if it had any..."

SXSW Announces Film Lineup
Edgar Wright's Baby Driver, Ben Wheatley's Free Fire, and more
DAILY SXSW  January 31, 2017, by Richard Whittaker
"...Follow all our SXSW news, reviews, interviews, and previews at austinchronicle.com/sxsw. Now here's today's full list: NARRATIVE FEATURE COMPETITION..."

Welcome to Carnage Park
Director Mickey Keating's SXSW shocker reaches VOD
DAILY Screens  July 1, 2016, by Richard Whittaker
"...The film, which screened at SXSW and reaches VOD today, is Keating’s homage to Seventies wilderness psycho-horror and slashers. He originally intended it as a follow-up to his 2013 debut Ritual, when he envisioned it as a much lower budget endeavor..."

Gwendolyn's Sword
A well-researched and swiftly paced historical novel for grown-up girls who dreamed of being knights
Arts Story  December 10, 2015, by Rosalind Faires
"...A spectacularly well-researched and swiftly paced historical novel (with just the most tantalizing hint of magic) follows the titular Gwendolyn, a 22-year-old woman managing her husband's estate as he fights in the Crusades alongside Richard the Lionhearted. Land grabbing and rebellions foment in the king's absence, thanks to his resentful younger brother, John (known best from his role as villain in the tales of Robin Hood), and when Gwendolyn discovers that she is a distant descendant of the legendary King Arthur and supposedly the heir apparent to his sword Caliburn (better known today as Excalibur), she rises to the occasion and takes up the mantle of hero and political player...."

Wednesday Picks & Sleepers
First night SXSW Music recommendations and hints
Music Story  March 19, 2015
"...Undergoing immediate personnel changes didn't help. The Copenhagen quartet soldiered on, following up with the pure sugar of 2009's No More Stories..., and today, their five LPs arc audacious..."

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