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SXSW Music Review: Ivy Sole
“Black girl magic”
DAILY Music  March 13, 2018, by Isabella Castro-Cota
"...“My name is Ivy Sole and tonight I’m reppin’ Philly.” So announced the rapper astride Dirty Sixth on Monday night. The self-identified “Charlotte-born and raised, Philly-made” MC then put on a lightning 20-minute set that would have made the City of Brotherly Love hoot with iron pride...."

SXSW Music's Hip-Hop Hierarchy
From up-and-comers to rap royalty, 20 key sets to see
Music Story  March 8, 2018, by Alejandra Ramirez
"...Ivy Sole..."

SXSW Music: Monday, March 12, 2018
PHOTO GALLERY  March 13, 2018
"...Ivy Sole at Pour Choices..."

Tenth and Final SXSW Artist List
Action Bronson, Talib Kweli, a Blaze Foley tribute, and 196 more
DAILY Music  March 1, 2018, by Kevin Curtin
"...Ivy Sole (Charlotte, NC.)..."

Tailgating Teasips
Mick Vann makes a foray into the curious and often elaborate rite of University of Texas fandom known as "tailgating" and discovers some intriguing practices.
Food Story  October 22, 1999, by Mick Vann
"...Tons of ice chests full of every conceivable form of alcoholic beverage (and whole herds of beef and pork) need to be shuttled into place. One group pooled their money to buy an old beat-up van (appropriately painted orange, of course) with sole purpose of conveying the supplies of the group (and holding their spot)..."

Movers & Shakers
A guide to Austin dance
Arts Story  December 3, 2015, by Jonelle Seitz and Robert Faires
"...The irresistible joy communicated by Gray's rhythmic feet fuels many a Tapestry show, such as 2015 season opener In Your Shoes or The Souls of Our Feet, the National Endowment for the Arts-sponsored, award-winning production re-creating classic tap routines from movies. Gray also keeps tap's legacy alive through Tapestry's ongoing education programs and the annual Soul to Sole Festival, a week of workshops with tap greats from all over the world..."

Thursday Picks & Sleepers
Blurbing SXSW 2010
Music Story  March 19, 2010
"...David's Historic Sanctuary On 2009 debut Because I Was in Love, Brooklyn songbird Van Etten balanced heartbreak rather gracefully, letting unadorned melodies say all she couldn't. Like the folkies before her, Van Etten is fond of simplicity, her honeyed voice and guitar the sole accompaniment on the journey inward..."

Shearwater soars out from under Okkervil River
Music Story  May 12, 2006, by Melanie Haupt
"...That natural progression has meant that, as Okkervil River's acclaim continues growing nationally on the strength of last year's Black Sheep Boy ("Black Sheep Boys," Music, April 1, 2005), Sheff's time has been directed elsewhere and Meiburg has assumed center stage in Shearwater. All the songs on Palo Santo are his, and his is the sole voice heard on the album..."

Our readers talk back.
Columns  September 20, 2002
"...Second, the sole TEKS guideline for the Advanced Placement Environmental Science textbook adoption was conformance to standards set by the College Board, which administers the AP exams. According to their guidelines, a proper AP textbook would be a "rigorous science course that stresses scientific principles and analysis," not one that "emphasizes the study of environmental issues from a sociological or political perspective ..."..."

Won't Get Schooled Again
Austin's Music Class of '98
Music Story  January 23, 1998, by Andy Langer
"...Without it, finding management, getting retail, press, and tour support gets incrementally harder. In fact, 1996's sole success story, that of the Butthole Surfers, was almost entirely based on radio...."

What Price Baseball?
The Rangers Ain't Gonna Like This, Yogi
News Story  June 20, 1997
"...Bush and his partners in the Rangers convinced Arlington officials to: Pass a half-cent sales tax to pay for 70% of the stadium; use the government's powers of eminent domain to condemn land the Rangers couldn't or didn't want to buy on the open market; give the Rangers control over what happens in and around the stadium; and allow the Rangers to buy the stadium (which cost $191 million to build) for just $60 million. Finally, after 12 years as the sole occupant and primary beneficiary of the stadium project, the Rangers, a privately owned business, can take title to the most expensive stadium ever built in Texas for the $60 million worth of rent and upkeep they will have already paid the city...."

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