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Record review
Music Review  March 31, 2006, by Audra Schroeder
"...More of the same comes from Om, which is Chris Hakius and Al Cisneros, formerly of Bay area heshers Sleep. Conference of the Birds (Holy Mountain) keeps Sleep's trancelike crawl over two 15-minute tracks, pairing fuzzed-out bass with chantlike vocals and eventually erupting into a volcanic jam..."

SXSW Picks & Sleepers
Picks & Sleepers
Music Story  March 19, 2004
"...1am, Blender Balcony @ the Ritz From his droning, druggy folk beginnings that found him splitting a 12-inch with Austin's Charalambides, Terrastock veteran Ben Chasny came clean on last year's Compathia (Holy Mountain). Stripped-down Eastern progressions put Chasny's voice out front; if reduced to coffeehouses, hookahs are a must..."

Still Pissed
Columns  July 8, 1999
"...Editor: On a recent moonlit night, I made one of my periodic pilgrimages to the Holy Mountain, known in Antiquity as Mount Bonnellius, abode of the Great Austin Guru (known affectionately as Gag). I went hoping to get answers to some of Life's big questions..."

TV Eye
The "Portraits of Islam" film fest and, of course, Buffy.
Screens Column  May 2, 2003, by Belinda Acosta
"...His fascination with Islamic cultures of post-Soviet Central Asia took him to the region to understand the complex history that fuels life and conflict in that part of the world. The first of his films is Mountain Men and Holy Wars, an intriguing study of Islamic separatists in Chechnya and Daghestan, starting with the story of Imam Shamil, a 19th-century leader who led a holy war against Russia, keeping that country at bay for nearly 40 years..."

Day Trips
The Holy City of the Wichitas has hosted the 'Prince of Peace Passion Play' every Easter season since 1926
Columns  April 7, 2006, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...The Holy City of the Wichitas rises above the grassy slopes of the mountains outside of Lawton, Okla., like a mirage. The entire village is made from stacked fieldstones so the structures blend into the treeless landscape...."

The Apparition
French religious drama places miracles under the microscope
Film Review  September 14, 2018, by Richard Whittaker
"...Physically incapable of returning to frontline work, and emotionally distanced from his ever-more-concerned wife, he accepts an unlikely job offer. The Vatican wants him to join a team being dispatched to a small mountain village, where a young woman named Anna (Bellugi) claims that she has seen a vision of the Virgin Mary..."

Roller Derby Update, 5/8/10
Lonestar at home, Texecutioners for Denver double trouble
DAILY Sports  May 8, 2010, by Richard Whittaker
"...The Austin squad face old rivals the Mile High Club, while Denver's JV team Bruising Altitude face Utah's O-Town Derby Dames. Sunday night, Texas follows that up with a private bout against Denver's other league, the Rocky Mountain Rollergirls (#3 in the west, #4 in the nation.) Last time Texas faced Rocky Mountain was at nationals, where the Texies beat them in the semis 139-82..."

Canada gets bigger
Music Story  February 22, 2008, by Darcie Stevens
"...Black Mountain..."

Food and Wine With Altitude
The Colorado scene capitalizes on climate.
Food Story  July 15, 2005, by Wes Marshall
"...Colorado's rapidly growing wine industry is filled with optimistic souls intent on wresting good wine from a tough environment. We tasted wines made on both sides of the Rocky Mountains, and the area around Grand Junction and directly south seemed to hold the most promise..."

Straight Talk
The first time I heard, Dolly Parton's My Tennessee Mountain Home album, was sitting in Everett Larson's living room, filled with books and records, in Bartonsville, Vermont. Since then I've...
Film Review  April 10, 1992, by Louis Black
"...Starring: Dolly Parton, James Wood, Griffin Dunne, Spalding Gray and Jerry Orbach. The first time I heard, Dolly Parton's My Tennessee Mountain Home album, was sitting in Everett Larson's living room, filled with books and records, in Bartonsville, Vermont..."

Right Where They Belong
Raoul Hernandez goes on tour with the Flatlanders
Music Story  July 26, 2002, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Like moths to wool, the music draws onlookers, doubling, then tripling the crowd. "Rose From the Mountain," taken from More a Legend Than a Band, clinches the gig 30 minutes later...."

Forever in Chimayo
Columns  June 24, 1999
"...All this happened two years ago at the Sanctuario de Chimayo, a small adobe church in the mountains of New Mexico. Behind the church is an outdoor chapel beside which a cold fast stream rushes down the mountain..."

Thai Me Up, Thai Me Down
A Sampling of Thai Restaurants Around Austin
Food Story  March 27, 1998
"...The fish arrived in a light, crisp coating festooned with sautéed pieces of green pepper in a fiery pool of silken sauce made with red chili paste and coconut milk. The filets had been cut away from the skeleton in such a way as to ensure that I encountered very few bones, and there was a mountain of rice with which to savor the remaining sauce when all the delicately fried fish was gone..."

Happy Accidents
That a car crash of a video shoot turned viral is only half the story. What a long strange trip it's been for Winnebago Man.
Screens Story  August 20, 2010, by Kimberley Jones
"...Even without the bizarre twist of fate that made Jack Rebney a worshipful figure to millions of YouTube users –and we'll get to that in a minute –his has been a storied life. It's the kind that's easy to romanticize:those years in news, back when news carried significant gravitas; then a professional drift; and finally monkish isolation on a mountaintop in California, where he's settled for the past 15 years with his books, the authors of which – Aristophanes, Homer, and Hemingway – he speaks of as old friends...."

Screens Story  June 27, 1997
"...Once Hong Kong movie fans have traversed the entry-level John Woo/Jackie Chen/Ringo Lam fare, Zu: Warriors of Magic Mountain comes highly recommended. Zu: Warriors of the Magic Mountain..."

Music Story  March 14, 1997
"...what are you gonna do? See the littler of the legendary Louvin Brothers, Charlie, who recently acknowledged that the vocal harmonies just haven't been the same since Ira died in 1965. The best country/gospel Stone Mountain, Alabama can muster. (Antone's, 8pm) -- Taylor Holland..."

Chronolog Radio (May 2)
Psych Fest radio with a touch of Austin Derbyfest and more!
DAILY Music  May 2, 2014, by Chase Hoffberger
"...Holy Wave, “Mouth Mountain” (Relax, 2014)..."

Chronolog Radio (April 4)
Play ‘Misty’ for me
DAILY Music  April 4, 2014, by Chase Hoffberger
"...Holy Wave, “Mouth Mountain” (Relax, 2014)..."

SXSW Film Unveils March Lineup
So much ado!
DAILY Screens  January 31, 2013, by Kimberley Jones
"...We Always Lie To Strangers Directors: AJ Schnack, David Wilson A story of family, community, music and tradition set against the backdrop of Branson, Missouri, the remote Ozark Mountain town that is one of the biggest tourist destinations in America. (World Premiere)..."

In Her Own Time
Haunting the dark corners of Karen Dalton
Music Story  February 8, 2008, by Jim Caligiuri
"..."She was a tall white blues singer and guitar player, funky, lanky, and sultry. I'd actually met her before, run across her the previous summer outside Denver in a mountain pass town in a folk club..."

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