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Monkey Town 6: It’s Somewhere You Definitely Want To Be
Montgomery Knott’s multimedia pop-up rewards all your senses
DAILY Screens January 12, 2016, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Maybe half of the near-breathless hype about the possibilities of virtual reality will prove, in the next couple of years, true. In which case you won't need to be getting your immersive, giant-sized video thrills via some event like this Monkey Town 6 thing that's improving Austin's entertainment options until February 7...."
Big Medium: East Austin Studio Tour
Our list of Due East's most intriguing artistic talent
DAILY Chron Events November 4, 2015, by Allen Martinez & Patricia May
"...1. AIPP • EAST Public Art Crawl:
Gather your friends and join the City of Austin’s “public art crawl.” Explore the TEMPO 2016 art installations, plus many others..."
The Time Machine: Top Hits of Every Decade for a Century
Montopolis goes multimedia and transtemporal in live concert
DAILY Arts January 11, 2017, by Wayne Alan Brenner
The Brain Behind Ambient Trio Dallas Acid
Exploring the oscillators, envelope generators, and filters that create the band’s pastoral, spacey sound
Music Story October 26, 2017, by Dan Gentile
"...Built over the course of a decade, it's far too big to bring to most shows. A humid gig at the Sekrit Theater during South by Southwest 2016 nearly fried the temperamental circuits..."
Art of War 2 Invades Convention Center
DAILY Sports May 10, 2007, by Jeremy Martin
"...And what this fight will be lacking in Lone Wolf McQuade points, it more than makes up for in the steel-effing-cage department.
In addition to the prospect of maybe seeing a dude (God forbid, of course) getting his head totally smashed open on some metal bars, the Art of War’s bringing some recognizable names for Ultimate Fighting Championship fans. Headlining fighter Wes “the Project” Sims is a three-time UFC heavyweight contender and pretty hard to miss, considering he’s 6 feet 10 inches..."
Play It Again, Sam
All About Eve (1950)
Screens Story June 3, 1999
"...So thick and rich you'll be tempted to eat it with a fork -- but use a spoon to get every drop. (6/28-29) --Stephen Moser
The Last Shall Be First
New Year's Eve becomes a cultural extravaganza with First Night Austin
Arts Story December 30, 2005, by Robert Faires
"...The first three hours are designated a family festival, then a Grand Procession down Congress Avenue and over to City Hall serves as the bridge to the evening celebration, starting at 7pm and ending at 12mid with fireworks on Town Lake. Admission to outdoor events is free, but to attend indoor events, you need a First Night Austin 2006 Button ($8 if purchased in advance, $10 at the event; children 6 and younger are free)..."
SXSW Picks & Sleepers
Blurbing the pinnacle of SXSW 2006.
Music Story March 17, 2006
"...The real deal, y'all. David Lynch
NEW ORLEANS SOCIAL CLUB6pm, Town Lake Stage @ Auditorium Shores In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, a group of Crescent City musicians dubbed themselves the New Orleans Social Club and celebrated their city's indomitable spirit by recording Sing Me Back Home (Sony BMG)..."
Our readers talk back.
Columns August 12, 2005
"...Martha GrenonLaughed His 60-Year-Old A-- OffDear Editor,..."
Sundance Announces Shorts Program
Texans get the nod
DAILY Screens December 8, 2009, by Kimberley Jones
"...70 Short Films Chosen from a Record 6,092 Submissions..."
Looking More Closely When Others Look Away
On directors examining structure, storytelling, and how pictures can move us
Screens Story March 9, 2007, by Nora Ankrum
"..."Surely, if we take these verses that say things so plain and straight," explains daughter Shirley, "and I can put all these words onto a sign and somebody'll read it, then they'll know that we're right about this, and they'll serve God, and they won't go to hell." Jones interviews the pastor and many of his children, including two estranged family members who provide insight into their father's very singular obsession. Most shocking are Jones' interviews with the Phelps grandchildren, who as young as age 6 offer up casually that "fags aren't God's people."..."
SXSW Picks & Sleepers
Music Story March 11, 2005
"...Produced by the Paper Chase's John Congleton, the group's In the Lines EP (DieDieDiamond) captures their Dischord-style railings. Greg Beets
THE GRIS GRIS10pm, Club de Ville It's 1969 and you're hanging out at an SF dive out of your mind on 'ludes..."
Response to the Number Nine
Books Story January 31, 2003, by Rebecca Beegle
"...Nine is like the '60s TV show The Prisoner, starring Patrick McGoohan. He played a British secret agent who abruptly resigns his position..."
Gay Place: MO FLOAT
Get'cher gay on with AGLCC and AGLPF this week
Columns June 22, 2012, by Kate X Messer
"...STEAK NIGHT at a gay bar? That's as American as baseball, hot dogs, apple pie, and Chevrolet. Thursdays, 6-8pm..."
We're still glowing, don't mind us.
Columns March 23, 2012, by Kate X Messer
"...Thursdays, 7-8:15pm. Soma Vida, 1210 Rosewood, 628-1580..."
Public Notice: Love Your Mother Earth
News Column April 21, 2016, by Nick Barbaro
"...... who has a record of supporting anti-immigrant hate groups," several of which will appear at the 2016 Dallas Earth Day event..."
SXSW Scares & Shorts Revealed
Late-night fare and short film lineup announced
DAILY Screens February 8, 2012, by Kimberley Jones
"...Also announced were the 135 short films hand-picked from a staggering 3,306 submissions and overseen by Shorts Programmer Claudette Godfrey. Bold-faced names plucked from the shorts lineup include Ben Steinbauer (Winnebago Man), Henry Joost & Ariel Schulman (Catfish), the Safdie brothers, and Nash Edgerton (The Square)..."
The Making of an Endorsement
News Story October 24, 2008
"...August 26, 2008..."
Our readers talk back.
Columns January 13, 2006
"...I need to clarify something for Carl Swanson ("Postmarks," Jan. 6)..."
Our readers talk back.
Columns April 29, 2005
"...We would like to offer some feedback to a few of your mentions of Place 4 council candidate Wes Benedict ["The Council We Deserve," News, April 22] as well as to the "Naked City" [News, April 22] item this past week regarding his ethics complaints filed against Betty Dunkerley: In 2002, her total reported contributions were $62,000 more than the total reported expenditures. Where did that $62,000 go? What is she not telling us, and why does she claim it's "not substantive"? She also failed to submit corrections this week, as promised...."