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Java Amping
Austin's Coffeehouse Circuit
Music Story  October 20, 1995
"...The Stalwart of Stalwarts is obvious to anyone who has been in Austin for at least a week. It's the Cactus Cafe..."

Lake Eats Revisited
We take a trip down Ranch Road 620 for new bites on the scene
Food Story  July 3, 2009, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Lake-area demographics now support more chain restaurants, a few national retailers, and more than one Pan-Asian sushi bar. Four new places really captured our interest on this most recent visit, and we consider all of them worth a return trip. Java Dive Cafe1607 RR 620 N., 266-5885 www.javadivecafe.com..."

Developing Stories
Five current projects work for Austin-centric synergy
News Column  February 2, 2007, by Katherine Gregor
"...To Austinites dismayed at the failure of White Lodging Corp. (and its development client, Marriott Corp.) to give a damn about what Las Manitas Avenue Cafe represents for Austin, it can seem that every "iconic" place we love is at risk in the current development boom..."

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Music Story  March 14, 1997
"...She's no doubt got new material by now, but let's hope some of this "older" stuff gets that special acoustic treatment for which the Cactus is so good. (Cactus Cafe, Midnight)..."

Dancing About Architecture
Dynamite Hack goes prime-time; Atomic Cafe hangs in there; the Old Settler's Music Festival is upon us.
Music Column  April 7, 2000, by Ken Lieck
"...Things haven't been running all that smoothly at the Atomic Cafe these days, what with the untimely death of owner Randall Goodwin last November (see tribute at http://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/issues/1999-11-25/music2.html), and I didn't help things a couple of weeks ago by accidentally referring to the club as "Atomic City." (Obviously, it's time for me to break down and treat my feet to some hipster clodhoppers at Prince's actual Atomic City toy and shoe shop at 17th and San Antonio, just to make sure I can keep the two names apart from now on.) I'm sure last week's brain fart that allowed me to associate "I Left My Heart in San Francisco" with Frank Sinatra was met with equal derision by the Cafe's Wednesday "Martini Night" crowd of Tony Bennett aficionados, but enough about me. Randall's mother, Beth Goodwin, who is devoted to her late son and his club, says that a "moratorium" on booking bands due to troubles with the venue's sound system is ending as those problems are being taken care of, and among other acts, Cafe visitors can look forward to Terminal 46 and Lucid Dementia on Fetish Night on the 18th, while DJ Ricky D..."

A Dynamic Greater Than You Can Imagine
Buckminster Fuller believed pieces of things could be combined in new ways to create a powerful new dynamic. Now, playwright Alice Wilson is combining her words with Bucky's life for a dynamic new solo show. Wayne Alan Brenner gets the story.
Arts Story  March 31, 2000, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...It doesn't take a rocket scientist, because Wilson is the former artistic director of Zachary Scott Theatre Center, and she's recently finished writing a one-man show to be produced there, and the show is about Buckminster Fuller, the man who invented the geodesic dome, and the woman exiting the car is carrying two complex, multicolored sphere-frames that look exactly like something Bucky would have designed for his grandkids. Who else would be toting such perfect props to a chain-store cafe in the middle of Austin? "To attack this project," says Wilson in the coffeehouse, "to try and comprehend what Bucky was saying and doing with his life ....."

A Living in Art
Nathan Jensen Creates New Frontiers
Arts Story  October 13, 1995
"...By conventional physical laws, that's impossible, but looking at it within Jensen's bizarre perspective, it works. Also, the mural is constructed so that it's impossible to take the whole scene in at once, even when viewing it from its location behind the cafe's back porch to the sidewalk..."

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