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Ranger's Small Batch No. 4 Is Released
Commence Christmas shopping
DAILY Food  December 19, 2012, by Ivy Le
"...Worth.  [image-3] If you don't have time for a scavenger hunt, you can still assemble a beer pairing basket from Antonelli's Cheese Shop (4220 Duval St.). Kara Chadbourne, cheesemonger, recommends these for the craft beer enthusiast on your list: • Blue Heron Bourbon Cajeta, a caramel made from Nubian goat's milk with Maker's Mark for a deep, heady sweetness • Rolf Beeler Gruyere is a ruinously buttery Swiss gruyere, as in its nutty, beefy, toasty aromas will ruin you for all other gruyeres..."

Single Barrel Whiskey for the Right Price at Jack Allen's Kitchen
High-quality, approachable whiskeys to get you out of your comfort zone
Food Story  February 7, 2019, by Jessi Cape
"...Toby, along with Jack Gilmore, Tom Kamm, and chef Chris Ten Eyck, hand-selects every one of the candidates at each distiller's headquarters across the country, which is a rare journey. They were only the second in Texas – after the Dallas Cowboys and before Alamo Drafthouse – to offer a Maker's Mark Private Select bourbon...."

This weekend: 80's, Crawfish, & Extreme Sports... Oh My!
Watch out for snowboarding crawfish!
DAILY Chron Events  April 1, 2009, by Logan Youree
"... (ps.... a little birdy told me that if you get there early, like 8pm, there may be free Miller Light and free Maker's Mark)...."

AC Date Night: Emmer & Rye and Geraldine's
Temperatures rising on Rainey Street
Food Column  December 10, 2015, by Adrienne Whitehorse
"...Elevator doors opened to a large, intimately lit dining room, and the host directed us to the Writer's Lounge, a cozy space of dark leather and brass horn-section lighting fixtures. We picked a corner overlooking Downtown's iconic Frost Tower and ordered two hot toddies (Maker's Mark and a clove-studded orange peel came standard)..."

Maker Faire: Mission Accomplished
This year's Maker Faire was exhausting, but the inspiration was boundless
DAILY Design  October 20, 2008, by Sarah Jean Billeiter
"...Cyclecide showed up in full force with its rides Flight of the Bumblebee and Axegrinder, a tower with six guitars at the top that could be rotated and played by riding a bike attached to a gear system. Austin Bike Zoo brought its Rattlesnake, a massive, skeletal creation that slithered through the fair as people rode the bikes built into its frame, and Mark Perez's life-sized Mouse Trap drew crowds with its grandeur and vaudeville flair..."

"Mark Mothersbaugh: Myopia" at the Contemporary Austin
The solo exhibition celebrates Devo but also the artist's sound-machine sculptures and high- and low-tech illustrations
Arts Review  February 25, 2016, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Did you know that Mark Mothersbaugh used to be in this band called Devo?..."

'Match' Maker
Deborah Hay's latest dance leads to a new start
Arts Story  January 14, 2005, by Robert Faires
"...And she had the Danspace Project, an organization that supports the work of independent experimental choreographers, agree to produce its premiere at St. Marks Church in New York City in February 2004..."

SXSW Music Reveals Surpass Halfway Mark
ATX shines on list No. 7 alongside Karol Conká, Crumb & Pedro the Lion
DAILY Music  February 7, 2019, by Rachel Rascoe
"...Bringing the total to over 1,100 acts prepping for SXSW, lineup drop seven pushes past the halfway mark of the fest’s sprawling lineup. Beloved local rock troupe White Denim airs new tracks March 11-17, and joins cosmic jazz-funk cult Golden Dawn Arkestra and Dripping Springs psych-Americana maker Israel Nash...."

Mind Your Eyebrows, It's the WWE
The WWE to hold first live TV broadcast in Austin in four years
DAILY Sports  January 29, 2008, by Richard Whittaker
"...Seriously. When he's not wrestling, he's a stock market analyst and senior vice-president of an investment group) in main event contention, there could be a lot of the Lone Star Loudmouth next Monday..."

Neil Diamond’s Carbon Footprint
Songbook lands on the Frank Erwin Center with divine justice
DAILY Music  April 20, 2015, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Even a triptych of new tunes from October’s Melody Road (“Nothing But a Heartache,” “In Better Days,” “The Art of Love”) found their mark – and without old-school hooks. Those arrived in a barrage next to close out the main, 90-minute set: “Forever in Blue Jeans,” “Cherry, Cherry,” “I Am I Said.” A sea of cell phones lit “Holly Holy.”..."

It's Do or DIY
Whether quiet protest or paradigm shift, the handmade crowd has plenty to say
Screens Story  February 28, 2014, by Brandon Watson
"...Another panel, "Maker Culture & Digital Marketing," suggests that DIY has already shifted the economy. It's in the way that consumers can interact with brands, sharing a virtual, personalized Coke or mapping a theoretical route for the Nissan Rogue..."

Film at Wit's End
An Interview With Stan Brakhage
Screens Story  September 12, 1997, by Jerry Johnson
"...But I have quite consciously, in all three cases, shooed offers to pursue certain modes of magic that each of them were practicing. Why film attracts magicians in a certain way has intrinsically to do with the light, because for me every mark that is put on film, which is particularly relevant when you're painting, is a diminishment of the light..."

'The NFL Beat': Tebow's Piss-Poor Arm and More
Fantasy sports: 'D&D' for dudes who get laid
DAILY Sports  November 17, 2011, by Alex Dunlap
"...Cardinals (3-6) @ 49ers (7-1) 49ers RB Frank Gore is still a question mark for Sunday, but my sources from practice say they believe he will go. I can see this situation unfolding like Week 4 at Philly when backup RB Kendall Hunter was named the starter and then Gore went off for 127 and a TD after being benched by panicky owners..."

Making a Mark
Powerhouse Animation continues to expand portfolio
Screens Story  February 18, 2016, by Richard Whittaker
"...Graeber describes Powerhouse as a service company, a subcontractor on bigger projects. Most of their work is in the gaming industry, and it's that for which they're most famous, with their digital pencil marks on properties as diverse as Triple-A console titles like Mortal Kombat X, Austin-produced, turn-based strategy epic The Banner Saga, and WWE's tablet smasher Immortals..."

Soup's On
Eat Warm in Winter
Food Story  January 3, 1997, by Rebecca Chastenet dé Gery
"...photograph by John Anderson In cooler climes, where the onset of fall and winter means the changing of colors, the donning of sweaters, and the lighting of chimney fires, another seasonal rite of passage exists -- the transition from light, summery meals to dishes blanketed in warm sauces. Fall and winter mark the return of sinful splashes of cream, luscious layers of cheese, and hearty vegetable purées..."

Mr. Demme's Holiday
Oscar-winning director Jonathan Demme takes a trip to the city of lights and of love, of Tati and Truffaut, in his latest, The Truth About Charlie.
Screens Story  October 25, 2002, by Marjorie Baumgarten


Nature's Water Clinic
Drought Has San Antonio Over a Pump
News Story  July 26, 1996, by Louisa C. Brinsmade
"...Normally at this time of year, the Edwards Aquifer stands at about 660 feet above sea level, as measured at a benchmark well known as J-17. But last week, the level in J-17 was at 631 feet..."

Brew News
Craft Pride hosts Karbach Brewing; Hops & Grain announces new venture
DAILY Food  January 14, 2014, by Anna Toon
"...As Houston’s Karbach Brewing enters the Austin market today, Craft Pride will host the first in a series of local events for the brewery scheduled throughout the week...."

Austin Food & Wine Alliance Announces Grant Winners
Culinary innovation and community projects rewarded with $20,000
DAILY Food  January 7, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...AWFA's grant program is the first in the nation to provide support for culinary innovation and community value on the part of chefs and restaurateurs, farmers and ranchers, food artisans, winemakers, brewers, and distillers, as well a culinary schools and food-focused non-profits. The new non-profit received 30 grant applications in the fall and was able to double its original grant funding projections to a total of $20,000 through community partnerships with Whole Foods Markets, Maker's Mark Bourbon, FreshPoint Produce, and the CultureMap Tastemaker Awards plus the great success of two large fundraising events, Live Fire! at the Salt Lick Pavilion and Wine & Swine at Pioneer Farms..."

An Excerpt From Blackout
Sarah Hepola's memoir on "remembering the things I drank to forget" – an excerpt
Arts Story  June 18, 2015
"...Jim Beam. Maker's Mark..."

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