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One, Two, Tres, Cuatro: I Heart Austin
Austin's music scene takes another heart-punch after the murder of Esme Barrera
Music Column  January 13, 2012, by Margaret Moser
"...I didn't know Breedlove, but I know kids who went to school with him, including my nephew Dusty, who let Ben copy his homework a couple of times. But I don't necessarily believe, as Mark Antony intones in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, that good dies with you..."

Chapter 4: The Nineties!
March 1991 -- December 2000
Features Story  September 7, 2001
"...The town grows into a city and then into a big city, known to people worldwide. The Manor airport dies a natural death, but the Bergstrom option saves the day..."

Wrapped and Ready
Screens Story  November 27, 1998, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Despite what the title sounds like, this is not the story of two First Ladies. Rather, it is the story of famous British cellist Jacqueline du Pre, who struggled with manic depression and multiple sclerosis, as well as with her husband and conductor Daniel Barenboim and sister Hilary..."

Remembering 'Easy Rider' and 'The Last Movie'
CinemaTexas program notes
Screens Story  June 4, 2010
"...Kansas fears for his life at this point, and we are encouraged to ask ourselves, "Will they really kill him?" and thus forced to determine what is meant by "real." Surely Dennis Hopper will not be killed. But will Kansas? Since he is Dennis Hopper, can he, in fact, die? Or is he to play a character who dies – Christ, or Billy the Kid, or Dean, the actor who played Billy the Kid? All of these possibilities are available on the simple plot level, without even considering the symbolic implications..."

Postmarks Web Extra
Our readers' letters regarding the September 11 terrorist attacks
Columns  October 19, 2001
"...Western governments and international corporations for many years have refused to recognize the impending dangers that their actions around the world would eventually produce. Western government's reaction to international maladies has been measured by the amount of tangible profits that the outcome will create, with no consideration to humanity..."

Postmarks Web Extra
Our readers' letters regarding the September 11 terrorist attacks
Columns  October 12, 2001
"...Western governments and international corporations for many years have refused to recognize the impending dangers that their actions around the world would eventually produce. Western government's reaction to international maladies has been measured by the amount of tangible profits that the outcome will create, with no consideration to humanity..."

World of Books
The Fifth Annual Texas Book Festival
Books Story  November 10, 2000, by Clay Smith
"...Jeliza-Rose and her father, an aging rocker, flee L.A. after the girl's mother dies..."

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