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Texas Whiskey Worth Shouting About
Still Austin’s local spirits are worthy of a “Yee-haw!” or five
DAILY Food  June 4, 2018, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...And who’s responsible for this particular liquid bounty of Austin-based goodness? The distillers, of course – the experts who are all hands-on with the actual process of distilling – and also the entire crew at Still Austin. But, initially, it was two married couples and a father-and-son team who started (and who continue to run) Still Austin: Lisa and Andrew Braunberg, Joanna and Sal Salinas, and Chris Seals and his father Cleveland..."

Three Businesses Sprout in New Development, the Yard
Trio makes their way through Austin’s burgeoning artisan food world
Food Story  September 29, 2016, by Adrienne Whitehorse
"...And for those wishing to take it one step further, there's the Distill Your Own Bottle program (DYOB for short). The company's six local founders – Braunberg and her husband Andrew, husband/wife Sal and Joanna Salinas, and father/son Cleveland and Chris Seals – all met during a weeklong class at a distillers' convention..."

Xicano Dreams: Earth, Life, and Labors of Love
This melding of sci-fi and ancient myth found a powerful beat that made it hard not to move
Arts Review  September 11, 2014, by Jonelle Seitz
"...In Xicano Dreams, Aztlan Dance Company director Roén Salinas reminded that sci-fi and ancient myth – both part of cultural memory, both at times seemingly ridiculous and at others eerily correct in their premonitions – aren't so different. Salinas melded them into a plot frame for four dance sections: A star-traveling Codex Writer prescribes the collective experiences of the Chicano people before he is overturned by Mictlan (representing the underworld) and the Shaman..."

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