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Playback – Austin’s Darlin’: Toni Price
Quintessential Austin song stylist takes up residency at Little Darlin’
Music Column  May 17, 2018, by Kevin Curtin
"...After five months away from the stage, Price is now holding court for no cover on Tuesdays, 8-10pm, at the Little Darlin' – a super South Austin bar with an XXL patio. Little Darlin' co-owner Mike Sanchez, who spent a decade tending bar at Emo's on Red River, says turnout for the song stylist's performances has been solid since beginning in April..."

Big Fish,Small Bowl
On View: Texas Commissioner of Education Mike Moses
News Story  February 2, 1996, by Roseana Auten
"...Ellen Sanchez, director of education for Planned Parenthood of Austin, said that parents are essential as a "values-check and source of support" for adolescents. But she believes that a state policy setting some guidelines for sexuality education "would have been better..."

Real Kid Rock
Kids get left at the airport, but don't worry.
DAILY Music  July 25, 2007, by Margaret Moser
"...It’s hard not to focus on the ebullient Jenny Wolfe in her role as lead vocalist, but the rest of the band is well-matched to her exuberance. Friday’s slot also wades into Austin’s gene pool as Sasha Ortiz, daughter of veteran vocalist Natalie Zoe, wields her mighty pipes for the Blues Mafia. Some of the band members have been winners in a variety of contests such as the Gibson Guitar Battle of the Bands and the Texas Under 10 awards while others have been coached by longtime players Glenn Rexach, Cid Sanchez, and Ed Jarusinsky..."

TCB
More trees fall victim to the smoking ban back-and-forth, while Austin nurses a huge Sparks hangover and Cowboy Mouth is just glad to be anywhere
Music Column  October 21, 2005, by Christopher Gray


Naked City
News Shorts
News Story  September 7, 2001, by Lauri Apple
"...At long last, Laredo oil, gas, and banking multimillionaire Tony Sanchez declared his gubernatorial candidacy Tuesday afternoon, amidst a glittering and giddy crowd of media, Democratic pols, supporters, and miscellaneous hangers-on. The tallest and most obvious of these was former UT Chancellor Bill Cunningham, who worked with Sanchez on the Board of Regents, and was the first dignitary acknowledged from the dais by the candidate..."

Naked City
Headlines and happenings from Austin and beyond
News Story  June 9, 2006
"...• In other state health news, it's always a little curious when an official resigns to spend more time with family, but that's the reason Eduardo Sanchez provided this week in announcing plans to leave his commissioner's post at the Department of State Health Services in October. Sanchez notified the department's employees in writing on Monday..."

Epiphanies for the Blind
Who's Teaching Who at the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired?
Music Story  February 23, 1996, by Mindy LaBernz
"...Meet Jon Sanchez...."

Calendar Listings
  June 9, 1995
"...MEXIC-ARTE MUSEUM, 419 Congress, 480-9373. "In Search of the Colorless Hands," an installation by artists Richard Lou and Robert Sanchez, is on view through June 24..."

The Chronicle Endorsements, Nov. 2002
The Chronicle endorses for the 2002 November general election
News Story  October 25, 2002
"...Travis Co. voters have a real chance to make a difference in this race, and they should have the Courage to do so.Governor: Tony Sanchez We endorsed Sanchez against Dan Morales in the primary for several good reasons -- and last week Morales confirmed one of them, when he bolted ranks and endorsed Republican incumbent-by-default Rick Perry..."

Naked City
Headlines and Happenings from Austin and Beyond
News Story  March 24, 2006
"...• Texas Democrat Tony Sanchez, who lost a bruising gubernatorial race to Gov. Rick Perry four years ago, has added his John Hancock to Comptroller Carole Keeton Strayhorn's petition to gain access to the November ballot as an independent candidate for governor..."

Postmarks
Our readers talk back.
Columns  November 1, 2002
"...I loved Bradley's quote about Tony Sanchez, asking how the gubernatorial candidate's history of S&L defaults and current lavish spending is any different from his. It isn't! Was this a trick question? I have to admit that Mr..."

Life After Gentrification
When you and your home both have to move
News Story  January 4, 2018, by Joseph Caterine
"...Sitting at a small table inside her cramped camper, Carolina Sanchez called for her son to take their dog outside. He held the puppy in his arms as he opened the door, then walked down the steps of the recreation vehicle into the narrow strip of trailer park set up alongside the Chevron on Highway 71 in Del Valle..."

The Chronicle Endorsements, Nov. 2002
The Chronicle endorses for the 2002 November general election
News Story  November 1, 2002
"...Travis Co. voters have a real chance to make a difference in this race, and they should have the Courage to do so.Governor: Tony Sanchez We endorsed Sanchez against Dan Morales in the primary for several good reasons -- and last week Morales confirmed one of them, when he bolted ranks and endorsed Republican incumbent-by-default Rick Perry..."

The Chronicle Endorsements, Nov. 2002
The Chronicle endorses for the 2002 November general election
News Story  October 18, 2002
"...Travis Co. voters have a real chance to make a difference in this race, and they should have the Courage to do so.Governor: Tony Sanchez We endorsed Sanchez against Dan Morales in the primary for several good reasons -- and last week Morales confirmed one of them, when he bolted ranks and endorsed Republican incumbent-by-default Rick Perry..."

Capitol Chronicle
C.L.E.A.T. calls for a moratorium on political advertising; we call that pointless.
News Column  August 16, 2002, by Michael King
"...A Few of Our Favorite Things C.L.E.A.T.'s exhortation has thus far had only symbolic effect, as the Rick Perry and Tony Sanchez campaigns reacted like true cold warriors and mutually renounced "unilateral disarmament." They've gleefully gotten down to the business of serious name-calling, as Perry accused Sanchez of being in league with Mañuel Noriega and Sanchez charged Perry with being bought and paid for by the Insurance Companies (now there's a game of Pick Your Villain). With a couple of exceptions -- notably Lite Guv candidate David Dewhurst, who's been Mr..."

'The NFL Beat': Week Two
Back to the grind
DAILY Sports  September 15, 2012, by Alex Dunlap
"...Chiefs (0-1) at Bills (0-1) What's worse than getting eviscerated via an aerial explosion by the bomb-dropping Falcons in week one? Getting eviscerated via an aerial explosion orchestrated by none other than "couldn't hit the broad side of a barn in 2011" Mark Sanchez. While the Chiefs are on the better side of this deal, both teams come into the week with their tails between their legs, the Bills missing an appendage with the news of a four-to-six-week absence for star runner Fred Jackson..."

Postmarks
Our readers talk back.
Columns  October 25, 2002
"...I loved Bradley's quote about Tony Sanchez, asking how the gubernatorial candidate's history of S&L defaults and current lavish spending is any different from his. It isn't! Was this a trick question? I have to admit that Mr..."

Dancing About Architecture
Oh, My God! They Killed Tammy! You Bastards!
Music Column  April 10, 1998, by Ken Lieck
"...Late last month Jon Sanchez, guitarist for Superego and former Flying Saucer, loaded up his Farfisa, four-track, and funky threads, and headed back to his home turf of New Orleans to join a band formed by original Better Than Ezra drummer Cary Bonnecaze. Sanchez's official replacement as lead guitarist is Tom Cuddy of Do It Now Foundation..."

Naked City
News Story  May 31, 2002, by Lauri Apple
"...Last week's meeting brought the final session for departing Council Member Beverly Griffith and her staff; Griffith aid Toye Goodson will start a new job on June 18 in Austin Energy's Green Building Program. Meanwhile, Mark Nathan, aide to Council Member Will Wynn, is leaving his post to become field director of the Tony Sanchez for Governor campaign..."

Articulations
The Blanton Museum of Art gets an architect (for the second time), and the Paramount and State theatres move a step closer to partnership.
Arts Column  October 6, 2000, by Robert Faires
"...In one sense, the decision was almost a foregone conclusion. The regents place a high premium on being listened to -- a point not lost on anyone familiar with the bloody clash between the museum's first architects, the Swiss firm of Herzog & de Meuron, and flat roof-hating regents Rita Clements and Tony Sanchez..."

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