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Will a new culinary concept keep the venerable eatery in step?
Food Review  July 26, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Jeffrey's1204 W. Lynn, 512/477-5584 Dinner daily, 5:30pm; bar opens at 4:30pm"

If you've seen Paul Rudnick's play Jeffrey, then for all practical purposes you've seen the movie version of the same. What's eye-opening about the film is how thin Rudnick's work...
Film Review  September 15, 1995, by Steve Davis
"...Perhaps if Rudnick had given Jeffrey more strength of character, his dilemma would evoke more sympathy and compassion. The film's highlight is Stewart's campy but grounded performance as Jeffrey's flamboyant and witty older friend, an interior designer who can carry off just about anything (including this movie)..."

J.T. Youngblood’s Is Now Permanently Closed
The Mueller fried chicken restaurant’s last day was Dec. 16
DAILY Food  December 17, 2018, by Melanie Haupt

Jeffrey Tambor Can Act, and So Can You!
George Bluth Snr. lays down the knowledge at acting workshop
DAILY SXSW  March 10, 2008, by Joe O'Connell

Theatre en Bloc's The Totalitarians
This ridiculous but smart satire about a Nebraska political race may be the only political play that can deliver laughs this election season
Arts Review  September 15, 2016, by Elizabeth Cobbe
"...Lurking in the shadows is the passionate, irate Ben (Aaron Johnson), Jeffrey's young patient, dying of terminal cancer and desperate to oppose Penny's campaign. Which doesn't sound very funny, but the character is a great foil for Jeffrey's weak personality..."

Review: J.T. Youngblood's
Fried chicken joint still a little green
Food Story  June 15, 2017, by Brandon Watson
"...Some restaurants seem like riddles. When it was announced almost three years ago that chef Todd Duplechan of Lenoir, Jeffrey's co-founder Jeffrey Weinberger, and former TRIO GM Jeff Haber were rolling back the stone of the beloved J.T..."

It's All Nice on Ice
Sno Cone Inc. traces one man's exit from the rat race
Screens Story  October 24, 2008, by Joe O'Connell

aGLIFF's 2017 Lineup Announced
Celebrating 30 years of queer entertainment with films for everyone
DAILY Screens  August 1, 2017, by Iman Shah

There's Something About Mary
A classic from the kingpins of comedy.
Film Review  July 17, 1998, by Marjorie Baumgarten

Hudson's on the Bend Shutters
No immediate plans for property
DAILY Food  February 15, 2017, by Brandon Watson

NO VA's Brunch, Germany's Wine
Daily Austin food news
DAILY Food  June 22, 2016, by Brandon Watson

Paggi House Closed; Garrido's Sold
Two popular eateries close for good this weekend
DAILY Food  May 24, 2014, by Virginia B. Wood

Kate Thornberry's Top 10 Success Stories of the 2011 Austin Food Scene
National media attention and local heroes
Food Story  January 6, 2012, by Kate Thornberry
"...8) El Alma After working for more than 20 years all around Austin at establishments as diverse as Jeffrey's, Fonda San Miguel, Tacos and Tequila, and the El Chile group, chef Alma Alcocer-Thomas got to open her own place at last. Bravo!..."

Coach's Corner
Columns  May 1, 1998, by Andy "Coach" Cotton
"...Sleaze and sin, the longtime signature of Vegas, are now most politically incorrect - analogous to finding the Barton Creek salamander on the Jeffrey's appetizer menu. Families and good, clean fun are the order of the day..."

And It's Burns, Burns, Burns …
Supper for the Bard with a Song for the Haggis
DAILY Arts  January 11, 2012, by Wayne Alan Brenner

Tatum's Tonight
Food Story  April 11, 1997
"...For Tatum, this new challenge means eschewing the Asian influences that were evident in his cooking at Jeffrey's, 612 West, and Brio the past few years and returning to his own Southern roots. The second night of the series, the menu included a smoked white bean soup with roasted poblano, chilled asparagus, and jicama salad with a chipotle-cilantro vinaigrette, red chile pork roast with chayote squash and Pozole with tomatillo sauce, and pecan pie with Jack Daniels sauce..."

Uncle Staple and Austin’s 13th Annual Independent Media Expo
The weekend of fannish revelry and indie-comics celebration returns
DAILY Arts  September 4, 2017, by Wayne Alan Brenner

Review: June's All Day
Curated dining on South Congress
Food Story  October 20, 2016, by Brandon Watson
"...Which brings us to the McGuire Moorman Hospitality group, perhaps the most millennial of Austin's handful of restaurant empires – and perhaps the epitome of the insincere sincerity that has, fairly or not, come to define the generation. There's always the illusion of casualness in all of their eateries – the Fred Perry polos and shorts at Jeffrey's, say, or the string lights at Perla's – but in reality both of those highly referential touches are the result of very particular curation..."

What Does Austin’s Explosive Growth Mean for Capital Metro?
Big changes are coming, but it’s not clear yet what they will be
News Story  August 25, 2016, by Richard Whittaker

All the Way With LBJ's Play
Bill Rauch talks staging 'All the Way' and 'The Great Society'
DAILY Arts  October 9, 2014, by Robert Faires

Valentine's Pairs
The Chronicle finds out what Austin pastry chef couples are creating for each other
Food Story  February 13, 2009, by Virginia B. Wood
"...He's been lucky enough to get jobs over the years that offered him the opportunity to develop skills every well-rounded pastry chef needs: daily pastry production and management at Cook's Night Out, Quack's, and Texas French Bread; French desserts at Jean-Luc's French Bistro and Aquarelle; sophisticated amenities and banquet production of plated desserts at the Hotel Icon in Houston; elegant, seasonal plated desserts at Starlite and Uchi. A family friend gave Callie her first restaurant job at Vincent's on the Lake, and she later pursued a path from Cafe Caprice to Jeffrey's and Cip­o­lli­na to Mars before landing at parkside last fall..."

P.S. I Love You
Academy Award-winner Hilary Swank needs to call her agent before getting involved in any more romantic codswallop like this.
Film Review  December 21, 2007, by Marc Savlov

Devil's Advocate
The Lawyer Joke, taken to its obvious conclusion… and at almost two-and-a-half hours it's a hell of a running gag. Devil's Advocate is such a bloated, gargantuan, and ultimately tasteless...
Film Review  October 17, 1997, by Marc Savlov

My Boss's Daughter
Ashton Kutcher suffers the price of fame with the release of this previously shelved clunker.

Film Review  August 29, 2003, by Kimberley Jones

Andrew Jeffrey Wright: Making us believers in art
The pop sensibility and humor of this Philadelphia artist feel a lot like Austin
Arts Story  March 20, 2009, by Rachel Koper

Was Cop's Fatal Shooting Justified?
Police continue investigating officer-involved shooting
News Story  October 7, 2011, by Jordan Smith

Austin's Indie Spirit
Anish Savjani and Bryan Poyser score noms
DAILY Screens  November 30, 2010, by Kimberley Jones

Monteverdi's 'Vespers of 1610': Heaven, I'm in Heaven
For Jeffrey Jones-Ragona and Daniel Johnson, performing Monteverdi's divine 'Vespers of 1610' in its entirety at St. Mary's Cathedral is a dream come true
Arts Story  September 23, 2005, by Robert Faires

Workers Tell Council: 'It's Our Turn'
AFSCME reps want raise, official recognition, and broader definition of 'public safety'
News Story  September 2, 2005, by Wells Dunbar

Bach's Herd of Harpsichords V: Double Play
You'll always find something unexpected at a La Follia harpsichord concert, but you can expect the instrument to be well-played
Arts Review  January 8, 2015, by Robert Faires

Victim's Advocate Denounces Police
Postmarks  June 18, 2007

aGLIFF's Opening Night
The 16th annual Austin Gay & Lesbian International Film Festival opens on Thursday, Aug. 21, 7:30pm, at the Paramount Theatre, with a screening of Girls Will Be Girls. For tickets or more information, visit or call 799-6327.
Screens Story  August 15, 2003, by Stephen MacMillan Moser

Marc Savlov's Top 10 Films of 2015
Screens Story  December 31, 2015, by Marc Savlov

Who's Your Caddy?
Hip-hop culture invades the golf course in this instantly disposable and not terribly funny comedy.

Film Review  August 3, 2007, by Marjorie Baumgarten

The Adventures of Austin's March
Thin-slice this, bitch! SXSW 05 is on its way, and we've got names
Screens Story  January 28, 2005, by Shawn Badgley

U.S. House Members
News Story  October 9, 1998

Mayor's Race Contribution & Expenditure Reports
News Story  April 25, 1997

Ferris Bueller's Day Off
When people think fondly of John Hughes, it's movies like Ferris Bueller that they're thinking of. This one's drenched in Eighties-style teen spirit. Matthew Broderick plays a kid who ditches...
Film Review  August 15, 2001, by Marjorie Baumgarten

Cathy Strange's Recommended Books About Cheese
Food Story  November 2, 2007

Reefer Madness: Let's Roll
California voters will decide pot question on November ballot
News Column  April 2, 2010, by Jordan Smith

A Baker's Half-Dozen
The best books of the season on breads, pastries, and desserts
Food Story  December 12, 2003, by Virginia B. Wood

People's Choice Awards
Food Story  September 1, 2000

Judge Sparks Critical of State's Defense of Fetal Burial Rule
Anti-choice rule will not go into effect until Jan. 27
DAILY News  January 5, 2017, by Mary Tuma

Who's WhOOB
Arts Story  August 31, 2012, by Robert Faires

What's the Buzz?
Guide to Summer Films
Screens Story  May 26, 2000, by Marjorie Baumgarten

A Baker's Dozen
Gifts for the Kneady
Food Story  December 13, 1996, by Virginia B. Wood

Point Austin: Somebody Else's Job
Where does the school finance ruling leave 5 million Texas students?
News Column  May 19, 2016, by Michael King

Coach's Corner
Pre-season NFL predictions to assist you in your betting pools.
Columns  September 10, 1999, by Andy "Coach" Cotton

Heeere's Larry
Screens Column  April 3, 1998, by Margaret Moser

Shot Caller's Vivid Look at Crime and Punishment
Local director Ric Roman Waugh offers a brutal look at the penal system
Screens Story  August 17, 2017, by Richard Whittaker

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