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Greenbacks for Green Space
City moves to make development pay more for parks
News Story  May 4, 2007, by Katherine Gregor
"...Even in full-tilt-forward growth mode, Austin values its natural places. As infill development heats up and the central city densifies, neighborhood parks – and their protected green spaces – become an increasingly precious part of Austin's urban fabric...."

The Most And Last Drastic Space
Letters at 3AM
Columns  July 4, 1997, by Michael Ventura
"...By freedom I don't mean the "rights" we clamor about, arguing what's a right and what's not; I mean what makes us really free, the most drastic space of all: The human heart -- the mystery...."

L.A.: Drastic Space
Letters at 3AM
Columns  May 23, 1997, by Michael Ventura
"...But we were imagining an artist taking this journey, and what this means for you, if you're an artist, is that the sense of space here is not only on the ground, or in the air, but goes far deeper into the earth, and reaches up from those depths toward you. Stay long enough and it will shake you, maybe kill you, but its mere presence is enough to change you -- for artists are human seismographs, of a kind..."

Sandtray Therapy Unlocks Austin's Inner Child
Playing in the sand and creating a world
News Story  July 28, 2016, by Annamarya Scaccia
"...This is how Litschi starts his sandtray therapy sessions at his space on East Seventh and Concho streets. He first works to relax the client..."

Punk Weirdos Big Bill Finally Unleash Their Inner LP
Reining in the freak show while doubling down on the absurd
Music Story  January 11, 2018, by Libby Webster
"...This typically draws a crowd. A June residency at the Electric Church last year crammed the sweltering Eastside DIY space every Friday night, while Bill's December record release show at Hotel Vegas became uncomfortably packed...."

Sleepwalk With Me
In his directorial debut, Mike Birbiglia plays a struggling comic who begins sleepwalking shortly after he moves in with his longtime girlfriend.
Film Review  August 31, 2012, by Kimberley Jones
"...But what translates less well to film is the monologist’s egocentrism. Characters not named Matt Pandamiglio aren’t afforded their own stories or inner space; it’s as if they power down in between interactions with Matt, just waiting to be called on again to push his plot forward..."

Tron: Legacy
After touting this reboot for the past year, Disney has finally unleashed this immersive spectacle about man and machine.
Film Review  December 17, 2010, by Marc Savlov
"...Here, the grid – that sleek inner world of the game created by programmer Kevin Flynn (Bridges) – is all crystalline club life and roaring, tempestuous crowds craving gladiatorial blood(-less)sport. Visually, it owes a great debt to both 2001: A Space Odyssey and, more recently, The Matrix..."

From kiddy parties to caves to excursions in a Lamborghini, stay grounded this summer.
Features Story  May 25, 2012
"...No reason they can't have a few of their own. – Kate X Messer Cave In: (Inner) Space Explorers Welcome..."

A man (Sam Rockwell) and his computer (voiced pitch-perfectly by Kevin Spacey) – alone on a moon-based work station of the future – plumb the depths of identity and inner space.
Film Review  July 10, 2009, by Kimberley Jones
"...Starring: Sam Rockwell, Dominique McElligott, Kaya Scodelario, Matt Berry, Benedict Wong and Malcolm Stewart. Any cinematic space odyssey of the past 40 years surely owes a debt to Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey; Moon's most obvious debt is the strategic use of a computer that has a cozy name (Gerty to 2001's HAL) and maybe homicidal tendencies..."

The New Frontier: Art and Television, 1960-65
Using a legion of artists from the early Sixties, the Austin Museum of Art exhibition "The New Frontier: Art and Television 1960-65" offers an illuminating peep into a time when a measly 10-inch black-and-white TV set was the American family's window to the world.
Arts Review  November 17, 2000, by Skipper Chong Warson
"...Farmer also focuses on pop art's take on TV. Andy Warhol's Outer and Inner Space occupies another room..."

Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie
In a move that, temporarily, may appease the thousands of ticked-off fans angry at Comedy Central for canceling the cable program Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K to its devotees), the...
Film Review  April 19, 1996, by Alison Macor
"...In a move that, temporarily, may appease the thousands of ticked-off fans angry at Comedy Central for canceling the cable program Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K to its devotees), the small show with the big following has hit the silver screen. The Satellite of Love -- the spaceship commandeered by MST3K regulars Mike Nelson (as himself), Crow T..."

Garfield: The Movie
Garfield Declawed is the result of taking this comic strip to the big screen.

Film Review  June 11, 2004, by Marrit Ingman
"...Even Hewitt seems to know this: Perhaps that’s why he cuts in footage from Benji and Lassie movies. Heck, The Cat From Outer Space smells like a rose by comparison...."

Austin Powers in Goldmember
Like a patient too long under laughing gas, the latest installment in the Austin Powers series has stopped making much sense at all, but it sure gets its giggle on,...
Film Review  July 26, 2002, by Kimberley Jones
"...Dr. Evil (Myers) is back from his banishment in space, looking to once again make a go at world domination..."

Shallow Hal
Shallow Hal. Shallow Movie. The notorious Farrelly Brothers (Dumb and Dumber, There's Something About Mary) fire a dud in their new film effort designed to tickle the heart as well...
Film Review  November 9, 2001, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...His presence has nothing to do with the movie's plot: It's merely another sight gag and a way for the Farrellys to showcase their breakthrough revelation that beauty is only skin deep. Kirby's “walk-ons” only serve to interrupt the movie's flow and further space out the already thin laughs..."

Friday Picks & Sleepers
TGIFriday of SXSW, blurb by blurb
Music Story  March 14, 2014
"...7:30pm, Swan Dive Austin psych trio the Boxing Lesson finally broke orbit with 2013's sixth LP Big Hits!, an intergalactic indie rock disc with major-label polish and self-assurance. The locals' melodic thrust warps a healthy dose of colored-vinyl standards – journeys through time, space, and a whole bevy of narcotics..."

Summer Fun: Cold, Dark Holes to Crawl Into
Escape the Texas sun in these underground getaways
DAILY Chronolog  May 20, 2017, by Tucker Whatley
"...These cold, dark holes in the ground shall be your refuge from the coming inferno. Longhorn Caverns and Inner Space Cavern"

Girl Most Likely
Kristen Wiig plays the darker side of the girl who hasn't fulfilled her potential and Annette Bening co-stars as her Atlantic City mom.
Film Review  July 19, 2013, by Kimberley Jones
"...A failed playwright newly dumped by her socialite boyfriend, Imogene fakes a suicide attempt to win him back; instead, she’s hospitalized and handed over to the care of her estranged mother, Zelda (Bening), an Atlantic City casino bunny. Imogene hits rock bottom when she is forced to move into the basement of Zelda’s seaside bungalow, where she must jostle for space – emotional as well as physical – with her mom’s weirdo new boyfriend (Dillon), her hermetic but sweet brother (Fitzgerald) who sells crabs on the boardwalk, and the hunky tenant (Glee’s Criss) who is renting her childhood bedroom...."

Lance Letscher: Index
Lance Letscher's works in the D Berman exhibit 'Index' are at once sublime, profound, mesmerizing, gorgeous, subversive, and encompassing
Arts Review  March 31, 2006, by Benné Rockett
"...For the creative process, a spiritual dimension within the artist must be carved out. As Mark Tobey, an American modernist painter, said, "This inner space is much closer to the infinite than the other, and it is the privilege of the balanced mind – and the search for an equilibrium is essential – to be as aware of inner space as he is of outer space."..."

Day Trips
Texas boasts many splendid caverns available for spelunking year-round
Columns  December 26, 2008, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Inner Space Cavern was discovered during the construction of I-35 near Georgetown. Water dripping through the limestone roof has created a gallery of spectacular rock formations such as soda straws and cave bacon..."

Be Our Guest
Local attractions wish to welcome Hurricane Ike evacuees with deep discounts.
DAILY Emergency  September 18, 2008, by Kate X Messer
"...Inner Space Caverns Located 20 miles north of Austin, Exit 259 off of I-35. 512/931-2283 Inner Space Caverns, Texas’ most accessible caverns, are offering 20% off the original ticket price with I.D..."

SXSW: Nik Turner Spreads His Cosmic Wings
Hawkwind co-founder to re-enact the 'Space Ritual'
DAILY SXSW  March 15, 2013, by Richard Whittaker
"...Nik Turner, playing 12:30am tonight at Rebels Honky Tonk, remains a space rock pioneer borne into the musical cosmos on the wings of Hawkwind, stranger in a strange land and a friend to all. He’s the hippie playing with punks, the free jazz saxist amongst metallers, as happy busking in London as improvising in Egypt’s Great Pyramid...."

DVD Watch
'Sunday Bloody Sunday'
DAILY Screens  October 23, 2012, by Kimberley Jones
"...Bob holds all the cards, and therefore has nothing to lose. (A crueler interpretation would be that Bob is the one with no inner space.) Irregardless, the film’s frequent use of Così Fan Tutti’s goodbye trio “Soave sia il vento” – "May the wind be gentle" – is telling..."

Record Reviews
Music Review  November 13, 1998
"...The trio works as both an interactive unit and as a springboard for Lovano's probing explorations on a variety of horns. Other than a beautifully rendered turn on the evergreen "Ghost of a Chance," all the tunes here are Lovano originals including the contemplative "Sanctuary Park," which is also a vehicle for his Symbiosis Quintet, and "Studio Rivbea," a jaunty tribute to Sam Rivers' Seventies NYC avant-garde performance space..."

M Train
Poet leaves time and space
Music Story  December 10, 2015, by Jessi Cape
"...Patti Smith – National Book Award-winner, Rock & Roll Hall of Famer, acclaimed visual artist – offers a peephole into her private world with M Train. Stream of consciousness metered by her poet's rhythm, stories upon stories thread seamlessly through time, space, and tangential memories..."

Levitation Picks
Music Story  May 7, 2015
"...Chui Wan Sat., 6:45pm, Elevation Amphitheater Beijing's no psych-rock mecca, so Chui Wan developed in artistic isolation, bringing its own swirling, echo-laden vision to fruition. Led by multi-instrumentalist Yan Yulong and guitarist Liu Xinyu, and owing nothing to any specific culture, the Chinese quartet reaches the outer limits of inner space on its upcoming LP. – Michael Toland..."

Texas Platters go mondo
Music Story  August 7, 2014, by Greg Beets
"...Other standouts among the 15 tracks include "Live at Switched On" by Austin-based house spelunkers Bodytronix and Dyad's silky-smooth "Vertical Hold." Amino from Denver's Formant offers a tightly wound half-hour of atmospheric delights, some passages bringing to mind Raymond Scott bending circuits alongside Goblin, though the overall mood is surprisingly naturalistic. If Georgetown's Inner Space Cavern ever resurrects its Aquarian-era "Sights and Sounds Show," this could be its soundtrack..."

The Food Issue: Moonage Daydream
Baked goods + Austin Psych Fest = cookie monster
DAILY Music  June 13, 2013, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Bilbao’s Capsula already had its cover of David Bowie’s The Rise & Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars in the can when the Spanish/Argentine trio enlisted Tony Visconti to produce its album this fall. The Man Who Fell to Earth and the Brooklyn Boy have dialed in outer and inner space together since 1969’s Space Oddity, including Low/Heroes/Lodger, Scary Monsters, Heathen, and even this year’s comeback, The Next Day..."

Chaos in Tejas Live (Night No. 2): Same Sac
Local trio demolishes crickets at the North Door
DAILY Music  June 1, 2013, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Drummer King Coffey, guitarist Craig Clouse, and bassist Matt Turner paid little heed to the sparse gathering other than waiting an additional 15 minutes to start their 11pm set. Once they materialized from the venue’s outside patio, they soundtracked the inner space with the sound of a building being brought down...."

Austin's Political Ecosystem
Swearingen's Environmental City tells the inner history of city politics
News Story  April 23, 2010, by Nora Ankrum
"...While Swearingen touches on this theme, he does so with a light hand – for example, Eastside activist group PODER doesn't make the cut (People Organized in Defense of Earth and Her Resources was established in a fight against a gasoline tank farm – a fight in which Swearingen, in fact, took part) – and only in the endnotes does Swearingen explain how Austin's early planners used the nicest parks to lure whites west and segregate the city. He explains these omissions partly as a matter of space (30,000 words were chopped from his original manuscript) and coherence – Austin's environmental history told through the lens of the east-west dichotomy is a different story, warranting a whole book unto itself..."

Matthew Shipp
Music Review  June 15, 2001, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Woven between these evocative interludes, Shipp's formidable quartet -- Smith, longtime rhythmic foil and bassist William Parker, and drummer Gerald Cleaver -- converse in jazz's favorite tongue: oneness. Smith's forlorn horn opening "Chi," which gathers mass as the rest of the quartet orbits his masterful prowess; Parker's briefly bowed "Orbit 3," and his adroitly droning melodicism on "Paradox Y"; the sunburst of "U Feature." Seems that the search for intelligent life in the galaxy is every bit the odyssey predicted by our own inner space: poetically abstract..."

Immaculate Film
Musicalia at the SXSW Film Festival
Music Story  March 9, 2001, by Michael Bertin
"...While profiling the couple that runs it, this hourlong documentary also follows the end of one opera production to the beginning of the next. As interesting as it is to see how they pull off an opera in such a small space, owners Sally and Anthony Amato are far more appealing, almost irresistible..."

Sun Ra & His Arkestra
Music Review  December 8, 2000, by Kate X Messer
"...Sun Ra & His ArkestraGreatest Hits: Easy Listening for Intergalactic Travel (Evidence)Sun RaThe Great Lost Sun Ra Albums: Cymbals & Crystal Spears (Evidence)Sun Ra & His Astro Infinity ArkestraPathways to Unknown Worlds + Friendly Love (Evidence)Sun Ra and His Myth Science ArkestraWhen Angels Speak of Love (Evidence)Sun RaLanquidity (Evidence) A few months before he passed from this world in 1993, Sun Ra was approached by Jerry Gordon, longtime fan and Philly record dealer, who for years enjoyed an "in" into the mythic Ra realm -- a backstage pass of insight into the musical spaceman's recorded legacy. Gordon, through his label Evidence Records, has taken on the cause of reissuing Sun Ra: the mythic and prolific commune-leading jazzman from Saturn whose Arkestra survived decades and inspired inner-space escape for millions..."

The Name's the Thing
Do the Hugos Really Award the Best in Speculative Fiction?
Books Story  September 1, 2000, by Adrienne Martini
"...Vernor Vinge's A Deepness in the Sky (Tor Books, 774 pp., $6.99, paper) moves us from inner space to outer -- way, way outer -- space. Deepness is a loose partner to Vinge's Hugo-winning A Fire Upon the Deep; the optimal word, however, is "loose." Unlike Bujold's Campaign, you really don't have to have read the first book to understand the second...."

Pink and Read
Screens Story  February 20, 1998
"...Pink, written by veteran independent film director Gus Van Sant (Drugstore Cowboy, My Own Private Idaho, To Die For, and most recently, Good Will Hunting), is a charming and inventive first novel. It is perhaps best described as a postmodernist book of dead and not-so-dead celebrities that has been injected with generous dosages of lighthearted camp and is framed by sci-fi elements that seem more concerned with inner space than outer space..."

DVDanger: We Are Still Here
A more mature take on horror
DAILY Screens  October 13, 2015, by Richard Whittaker
"...The underlying myth of Halloween is that it is the time when the space between worlds is bridged, and the supernatural can walk among us. Grisly ghost story We Are Still Here develops its terrors by having the other side be constantly close at hand...."

Let the Music
Garage punk Orville Bateman Neeley III crosses over
Music Story  September 17, 2015, by Tim Stegall
"...Resembling Jon Voight in Midnight Cowboy, Neeley makes ready presently for a tour after the band's CD release at End of an Ear last week. Stopping by his cramped practice/workspace in an anonymous office park to mix down a song on a multitrack tape machine, he finds James Arthur's Manhunt breaking in a stand-in drummer who'll play Memphis' annual Goner Fest while Neeley's on the road promoting his new album..."

Robert Earl Keen
Inside REK's inner sanctum, the "Scriptorium"
Music Story  January 29, 2015, by Doug Freeman
"..."It takes about two days to just calm down and not be around people," he says. "But then you find a space that's not available to you just walking around in the world..."

Music Story  May 2, 2014, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Acid Mothers Temple (Sat., 10:15pm, Elevation Amphitheatre) Osaka krautrocker Kawabata Makoto and his Tokyo fivepiece storm acid rain on Astrorgasm from the Inner Space...."

Into the Pit
North Austin's Hot Lava Obstacle Course makes fitness fun
DAILY Sports  July 23, 2013, by Carly Yansak
"...The space has a very open lay out. There are no walls or separate areas – just eight different activities in an industrial room..."

Mother of God
Music Review  February 8, 2013, by Michael Toland
"...That said, MoG reaches deeper into its stash than its forebears ever did, adding a bluesy boogie to the psychedelic stomp. "To Live" greases its wheels, while "Something From Below" heads for inner space and "Adrift" sways with the desert wind..."

Bedside Manner: Anglophilia
Reading lists from Legeland's token Brit
DAILY Books  December 6, 2010, by Richard Whittaker
"...And on shelves. And pretty much any flat space available..."

The Pilgrim and the Stars
Q&A with Italian trumpet standard Enrico Rava at the Montréal Jazz Festival
DAILY Music  July 10, 2009, by Raoul Hernandez
"...It’s like New York – hard to believe. Like all the great cities, ancient Rome, it’s about making space..."

New Evidence Could Clear Death Row Inmate Rodney Reed
Jimmy Fennell's impending trial on kidnapping and rape charges unearths old suspicions that he was responsible for the 1996 murder of his fiancée
News Story  July 25, 2008, by Jordan Smith
"...In addition, Reed attorney Benjet writes that information obtained from the Travis Co. Sheriff's Office demonstrates that Fennell was accused of trying to force a woman to dance for him naked back in 2004 after he pulled her over near Round Rock for having a "crooked license plate." When Fennell found out the woman was driving with an expired registration, he asked her what she "wanted to do about that," suggesting she drive to the parking lot of Inner Space Cavern, disrobe, and give him a "lap dance." She apparently avoided her fate by mentioning that she was friendly with the wife of the Williamson Co..."

Walking EAST
One last chin stroke for the East Austin Studio Tour.
DAILY Design  November 19, 2007, by Audra Schroeder
"...My personal fave, however, was over at Art Palace: Jonathan Marshall's The Book of Lenny, which "chronicles the journey of Marshall’s everyman-hero as he navigates a post-apocalyptic landscape." The installation pieces and accompanying video of a bearded man peddling a bike across the ocean, meeting a bear, and watching the stars, created an alternate universe that's often hard to do in such a small space. This was the first year I went to the tour, and I was pleasantly surprised by how many studios there actually are..."

You're Gonna Miss Me
Music Review  July 13, 2007, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Ever so subtly does Roky Erickson's music of the spheres gradually recede during You're Gonna Miss Me. Considering that three generations of the rock & roll literate still haven't flashed back to 1966's The Psychedelic Sounds of the 13th Floor Elevators, Austin-born and inner-space bound, that might be problematic..."

Explosions in the Sky
Music Review  February 23, 2007, by Raoul Hernandez
"...A deluxe version of the album includes a bonus disc remixing the entire piece in order; Jesu, Adem, the Paper Chase, Mountains, Four Tet, and Eluvium manage to hone and expand Everyone's longing. Where 2005 tour EP The Rescue condensed eight days into 33 minutes, Everyone opener "The Birth and Death of the Day" cycles through an Earthbound rotation in steps: opening statement (streaming sunlight), molten peak (heat saturation), and prior to the eight-minute mark, transition into the comet shower of "Welcome, Ghosts." Both tracks act as prologue to the big burning orb at the center of Everyone, 13 mood-altering minutes of "It's Natural to Be Afraid." On it, mystery breaks into inner space, where spins the harmonic weave and tonal collusion at the heart of this atom mother: guitar translucency..."

Music Review  November 10, 2006, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Cameos by Devendra Banhart, Marissa Ribisi, and a double-neck Mosrite leave only a cursory YouBoob double take in the face of Radiohead Nigel Godrich's bottomless aural playscape. The irresistible stairwell echo to "Elevator," puppyish bassline of "Think I'm in Love," and funhouse shuffle causing "Nausea" go merrily round and round the leaky faucet anthem "Cell Phone's Dead." Midway, "Dark Star" wanders into inner space, losing "We Dance Alone," "1000bpm," and "Motorcade" 'til the title bomp and Air-y "Movie Theme" dock at the end..."

Latin Beat
Latin beat
Music Review  August 4, 2006, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Argentine actress Juana Molina's fourth disc, Son (Domino), makes a perfect blind date for Thom Yorke's The Eraser. Her electro-emotionalism, intimate and whispery, tangles more organic, yet its inner space remains bedroom-borne, particularly the luminous "Micael" and "Elena." The butterfly flit of Argentine institution Enanitos Verdes, now working their fourth decade, reels in Pescado Original (Universal)..."

My Morning Jacket
Record review
Music Review  October 21, 2005, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Happily, the divine accusation of "Gideon" flares into the Tennessee quintet's three-guitar sunburst even as following bash "What a Wonderful Man" is an under-two-minute surprise party. The Hawaii Five-O stomp of "Off the Record" pounds keys before floating off into a Wilco-esque inner space, while "Anytime" finally cuts loose Yoshimi-like, righteously..."

'You Were Right, Andy'
Getting beneath the surface of Andy Warhol with Tom Sokolowski
Arts Story  October 17, 2003, by Jacqueline May

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