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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..."

Holywood Squares?
A local church rents out the Alamo Drafthouse South for a conference on Christians and film
Screens Story  April 13, 2007, by Toddy Burton
"...An issue of Critique from 2006 includes more or less positive reviews of Brokeback Mountain and Closer. Haack writes that the films are, "both finely crafted, truthfully told stories, [which] invite us to reflect on the nature of desire." He goes on to assert that, though "there are good reasons for choosing not to see Closer and Brokeback, it is impossible to imagine becoming truly wise without reflecting deeply on desire..."

The Hour Has 22 Minutes
Pop quiz on Canada, with a SXSW 07 musical cheat sheet
Music Story  February 23, 2007, by Darcie Stevens
"...And there's more indie rock where that came from: Vancouver's drunken Castle Project, the New Pornography Immaculate Machine, and Paper Bag labelmates Uncut and Tokyo Police Club, whose bouncy, rhythmic debut EP buzzed last year. All-French boppers Malajube tout 2006's Trompe-l'Oeil, and all industry eyes are on Jagjaguwar baby Ladyhawk, led by Black Mountain's Duffy Driedriger, who trends toward the popular bar rock and is no stranger to a Pitchfork promise...."

Year of the Squirrel
Ralph White, 21st century naturalist, 18th century musicologist
Music Story  December 8, 2006, by Audra Schroeder
"...He played fiddle and accordion in traditional French/Cajun group Bourée Texane. He cites religion upon witnessing a Lightnin' Hopkins show as a child but just as hungrily devours African ostinatos and traditional mountain songs..."

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Acting as if God partakes in partisan or national politics is a display of blasphemy, not faith
Columns  December 24, 2004, by Louis Black
"...They climb higher and higher up the mountain. They stop to rest and drink wine..."

Tomorrow Is Better
Walter Meyer is more than just a survivor of Nazi Germany; Katherine Catmull reveals why.
Books Story  November 26, 1999, by Katherine Catmull
"...And she suffered with depression, and killed herself last year," he says simply. "I lost a brother once, who fell to his death mountain climbing, and I saw my parents falling apart..."

On the Lege
Christian Sabotage?
News Column  February 25, 1999
"...By and large, Austinites could care less about the latter causes, but as with any statewide advocacy group, the Austin contingent of TNT bears a heavy burden in dealing with Granite Mountain. "We sort of have an understanding," says one ANC member, "that we'll support the rest of the state's issues -- even if we don't understand or agree with them -- if they get behind ours." --M.C.M..."

Robert Plant Carries Fire
Ex-Austin deities sell out three nights at the Moody Theater
DAILY Music  October 2, 2018, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Austin adored him back, giving two standing ovations and a pitch perfect call and response to a reworked “Black Dog.” All three nights offered a different set-list: Saturday began with Carry Fire keeper “New World” and ended with 1969 Led Zeppelin rumble “Good Times Bad Times,” while Sunday opened into “When the Levee Breaks,” doubled up with mates from sublime Carry Fire predecessor Lullaby... And the Ceaseless Roar, “Rainbow” and “Poor Howard,” and got “Misty Mountain Hop.” Last night’s opener, Led Zeppelin II barrelhouse “Ramble On,” gave immediate gratification and then some...."

Crossroads 3
I went up to the Crossroads – and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame – fell down on my knees
Music Story  July 2, 2010, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Or so grumbled its native son and American Splendor incarnate, last Tuesday evening in Cleveland Heights. A hillbilly wedding in the birdsong mountains of West Virginia had flown us into Pittsburgh, and first a 200-mile-plus round-trip in a Dollar Rent a Car to and from said hog roast, then a daylong Greyhound bus odyssey through Ohio had deposited us via taxi at the brownstone doorstep of actor Paul Giamatti's greatest inspiration..."

Let Him Entertain You
Why producer Charles Duggan is staging the biggest holiday spectacular Austin's ever seen
Arts Story  December 25, 2009, by Robert Faires
"...But as we shift from the first decade of the 21st century to the second, Austin-based producer Duggan is giving his hometown a heapin' helping of good old-fashioned stage spectacle with the production he's dubbed A Texas Christmas Carol. We're talking a holiday variety show that manages to pack into a mere two hours tap-dancing Christmas trees, the March of the Toys, a Rockette-style kick line, the Posada, "Jingle Bells" performed on 1,500 kazoos, a sing-along "Hallelujah Chorus," a live Frosty the Snowman (who melts), "O Holy Night" with an opera chorus, "Go Tell It on the Mountain" with a gospel quintet, a handbell choir, a string quartet, a brass quintet, 20 classical guitarists, and a version of The Nutcracker that clocks in at nine minutes flat..."

Friday Sleepers
Music Story  March 14, 2008
"...A live drummer would help. – Dan Oko Lexie Mountain Boys..."

Saturday Sleepers
Music Story  March 14, 2008
"...7pm, Habana Calle 6 Annex Taking their name from the Mountain Goats' "The Best Ever Death Metal Band in Denton" (Satan's Fingers and the Killers having already been claimed), the Hospital Bombers crib more than a little musical influence from John Darnielle. The Amsterdam quartet's 2007 debut, Footnotes (Excelsior), weaves quirky, detailed narratives through garage riffs, sharp keys, and supple strings, bracing the male/female vocal dynamic..."

Keeping Austin Wild
As the population swells, officials and activists look for ways to preserve open space
News Story  July 8, 2005, by Rachel Proctor May
"...Summer in Texas is a good time to think about open spaces, a process best accomplished by visiting one. On a recent sweltering day, I wandered down the Scottish Woods entrance to the western edge of the Barton Creek greenbelt, and descended the long, rocky slope known to mountain bikers far and wide as the Hill of Life..."

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Our cover story delves into the complex legacy of Townes Van Zandt, an artist who cared more about music than business, who literally lived his whole life for the sake of the song.
Columns  June 14, 2002, by Louis Black
"...Visiting friends such as these meant listening to every record that they had that you had read about but not yet heard. One of the women in the house had a couple of the very earliest Townes Van Zandt albums; Our Mother the Mountain is the only title I'm certain was there...."

SXSW Picks & Sleepers
Music Story  March 16, 2001
"...BLUE MOUNTAIN: Blue Mountain's Laurie Stirrat really can't help but have a connection to Wilco unless she were to disown her family; her brother is Wilco bassist John Stirrat. The subtler moments of her band's albums tend to get left behind onstage, when the group's post-punk affinities emerge..."

Saigon Cafe and Seafood Shack
The Le family's sister restaurants on Hudson Bend are worth the drive
Food Column  November 30, 2017, by Emily Beyda
"...At our server's recommendation, we tried the combo boil. When it arrived at our table, it turned out to be a spiny mountain of miscellaneous crustaceans – with bright pink shrimp and crab legs, limbs akimbo – coated with some kind of oozy red orange sauce..."

SXSW Announces Film Lineup
Edgar Wright's Baby Driver, Ben Wheatley's Free Fire, and more
DAILY SXSW  January 31, 2017, by Richard Whittaker
"...A Critically Endangered Species Poland, United States D: Zachary Cotler, Magdalena Zyzak An internationally respected poet announces she is going to kill herself and needs an heir and executor. Young writers drive up the mountain to compete for the position and are challenged intellectually, emotionally, and erotically..."

COTA Fan Fest: F1 off the Tracks
4 reasons to go to COTA Fan Fest
DAILY Chron Events  October 21, 2015, by Tamar Price
"...1. Free Shows This year the Rainey Street Bud Light Stage hosts a variety of performers: Thursday: Elle King and Trombone Shorty at 8:20pm. Friday: Money Chicha, Ozomatli and Mayer Hawthorne at 7pm. Saturday: Holiday Mountain, A-Trak and Public Enemy at 7pm. 2..."

Five Last-Minute New Year's Eve Picks
Make the last moments of 2014 count without tons of planning.
DAILY Chron Events  December 29, 2014, by Chrontourage
"...The recently remodeled venue celebrates its first anniversary with a Studio 54 themed New Year's Eve party. Brooklyn band Escort and Austin favorites Holiday Mountain will perform while you dance on a light-up dance floor..."

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