7 Minutes in Heaven: A Celebration of Esme Barrera w/ Cigarettes After Sex (solo), Ted Leo, Jim Ward, the Crack Pipes, John Wesley Coleman, the John-Pauls, Sara O, Mahealani
"...6, the Central Corridor Advisory Group, appointed by Mayor Lee Leffingwell to advise city officials on the development of urban rail, approved Project Connect's sub-corridor recommendations of East Riverside and Highland by a vote of 14-1. The sole negative vote was that of Julie Montgomery, senior program coordinator for the Center for Health and Social Policy at the LBJ School of Public Affairs and an executive committee member of Austinites for Urban Rail Action..."
"...But Montgomery said, "I think we really ought to look more into what the actual details would be if we did want to retrofit the South First Street bridge. It's more centrally located, and it would be cheaper, and it would set us up better for eventually heading up toward Guadalupe and Lamar."..."
"...Riley's proposal, which borrows a page from a Portland, Ore., code change, quickly gained support from aspiring ADU homeowners – like Julie Montgomery, who testified she gave up trying to build one because of city obstacles – as well as renters, and members of AURA (formerly Austinites for Urban Rail Action), a grassroots group that has broadened its activism beyond rail to include land use and affordability issues...."
"...The sole CCAG vote against the plan was by AURA representative Julie Montgomery, who argued that the planners had not provided sufficient evidence and methodological information to justify their growth and ridership projections for the Highland corridor. (AURA – no longer an acronym for "Austinites for Urban Rail Action" – now describes itself as a "grassroots urbanist organization.")..."
"...AURA advocates leapt to Twitter to vociferously reject that summation (nicely representative from @juliemontgomery, AURA’s citizen rep on CCAG: “@AURAatx is most definitely NOT Guadalupe/Lamar only & never has been”). Others pointed to a lengthy November resolution passed by the group that proposed adding the Lamar “sub-corridor” to East Riverside and Highland, to prioritize East Riverside, and also arguing that Highland should only be included for rail under certain conditions, to wit: “Given the speculative nature of Highland's anticipated benefits, it is also our view that the Highland sub-corridor can only be justified as an initial sequence if land-use policy in the sub-corridor is further optimized for rapid, dense development and the sub-corridor meets certain immediate development benchmarks subsequent to development policy optimization..."
"...ART FOR TEACHERS OF CHILDREND: Jennifer Montgomery; with Caitlin Grace McDonnell, Duncan Hannah. For Jennifer Montgomery, there is no question that the personal is political. First-time director Montgomery calls her autobiographical film Art for Teachers of Children a "boarding school mel odrama," but the issues the film raises ripple far beyond the walls of an educat ional institution..."
"...ART FOR TEACHERS OF CHILDREND: Jennifer Montgomery; with Caitlin Grace McDonnell, Duncan Hannah. For Jennifer Montgomery, there is no question that the personal is political. First-time director Montgomery calls her autobiographical film Art for Teachers of Children a "boarding school melodrama," but the issues the film raises ripple far beyond the walls of an educational institution..."
"...24, at her home in Detroit. Parks' refusal to relinquish her bus seat to a white man triggered the Montgomery, Ala., bus boycott on Dec..."
"...(1948, 133min/b&w, 35mm) John Wayne, Montgomery Clift, Joanne Dru, and Walter Brennan. Directed by Howard Hawks..."
"...Christina Montgomery, A Year With Frog and Toad..."
"...County Court-at-Law 2: Eric Montgomery Shepperd..."
"...Johnson – The Reckonings: Essays Anne R. Keene – The Cloudbuster Nine: The Untold Story of Ted Williams and the Baseball Team That Helped Win World War II Scott Kelly – Endurance: A Year in Space, A Lifetime of Discovery Porochista Khakpour – Sick: A Memoir Bill Kilday – Never Lost Again: The Google Mapping Revolution That Sparked New Industries and Augmented Our Reality Kiese Laymon – Heavy: An American Memoir Edward Lee – Buttermilk Graffiti: A Chef's Journey to Discover America's New Melting-Pot Cuisine Mark Leibovich – Big Game: The NFL in Dangerous Times Teresa Marie Mailhot – Heart Berries: A Memoir Cary McClelland – Silicon City: San Francisco in the Long Shadow of the Valley Seamus McGraw – A Thirsty Land: The Making of an American Water Crisis Wyatt McSpadden – Texas BBQ, Small Town to Downtown Bryan Mealer – The Kings of Big Spring: God, Oil, and One Family's Search for the American Dream Jasminne Méndez – Night-Blooming Jasmin(n)e: Personal Essays and Poetry Daniel Mendelsohn – An Odyssey: A Father, a Son, and an Epic Sy Montgomery – How to Be a Good Creature: A Memoir in Thirteen Animals Michael Noll – The Writer's Field Guide to the Craft of Fiction Meaghan O'Connell – And Now We Have Everything: On Motherhood Before I was Ready [image-8-left] Susan Orlean – The Library Book Rae Paris – The Forgetting Tree: A Rememory Dustin Parsons – Exploded View: Essays on Fatherhood, with Diagrams Maya Perez – On Story: Screenwriters and Filmmakers on Their Iconic Films Martin Philip – Breaking Bread: A Baker's Journey Home in 75 Recipes Nicole Ponseca and Miguel Trinidad – I Am a Filipino: And This Is How We Cook Alissa Quart – Squeezed: Why Our Families Can't Afford America Cecile Richards – Make Trouble: Standing Up, Speaking Out, and Finding the Courage to Lead – My Life Story Ken Roberts – The Cedar Choppers: Life on the Edge of Nothing Phoebe Robinson – Everything's Trash, But It's Okay Andrew Sansom – Seasons at Selah: The Legacy of Bamberger Ranch Preserve Eli Saslow – Rising Out of Hatred: The Awakening of a Former White Nationalist Jay B..."
"...County Court-at-Law No. 2 D: Eric Montgomery Shepperd..."
"...Trey Edward Shults' film Krisha wowed attendees at SXSW in 2015 when it won both the Grand Jury Award and the Audience Award for Narrative Feature. Shot on a shoestring budget in Montgomery, Texas, the feature was Shults' debut as a writer/director, which he also edited and co-produced "with my buddies": "It's a whole year old," Shults laughs..."
"...County Court at Law 2: Eric Montgomery Sheppard, D..."
"...D: Alan Cohn; with Tom Everett Scott, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Alyson Hannigan, Poppy Montgomery...."
"...Thursday: 81/2 Souvenirs and Merchants of Venus (6-10am), Vallejo and Sunflower (10am-3pm), Jayhawks (2:30pm), Kevin McKinney/Shat Records and Peter Wolf (3-7pm), Nerf Herder (4:30pm), Seed (7:50pm), Velvet Hammer (8:50pm), Fastball (9:20pm), Kacy Crowley (10:50pm). On Friday, Van Wilks, Eric Dahl, and Stephen Bruton (6am-10:00pm), Jonny Lang (noon), Monte Montgomery (3pm), Art Alexakis (3-7pm), Ian Moore (4pm), 7 Stones (6:30pm), Sincola (7:50pm), Johnny Goudie (8:20pm), Starfish, (9:20pm), D'Zyne (10:20pm)..."