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Every Day of Your Life
Remembering Sims Ellison, and profiling the SIMS Foundation
Music Story  July 7, 2000, by Margaret Moser

March of the Flower Children
The last interview with Seeds frontman and oh-so-brief psychedelic Austinite Sky Sunlight Saxon
Music Story  July 24, 2009, by Austin Powell
"...They should smoke some sacred herb and go within themselves and try to pinpoint what's wrong, what they ate that's causing the problem. Ninety-five percent of people that are sick are sick because they went to the hospital and all of the negativity that goes along with it...."

testsite 04.4: Annette Lawrence and Annette Carlozzi
In their testsite collaboration, two Annettes, Carlozzi and Lawrence, both move into rewarding new territory, transforming the experience of the art on display
Arts Review  October 8, 2004, by Madeline Irvine
"...One hears thoughts, reactions, descriptions, spoken calmly and deliberately. The recorded voice of the poet Ana Sisnett is reading "Ninety-Five," a captivating poem written by Blanton Museum of Art curator Annette Carlozzi in response to a wall-sculpture by visual artist Annette Lawrence..."

Urban Outfitters Annexes Block of the Drag
Hipster empire to build restaurant, bar
DAILY News  June 17, 2015, by Waylon Cunningham

Sara Smile
Those teeth, those lips, those songs -- the one and only Sara Hickman
Music Story  May 11, 2001, by Margaret Moser
"...Nineteen ninety-five was hardly fallow. She moved to Austin from Dallas..."

Riding on the Wrong Side
News Story  October 17, 1997, by Lee Nichols
"...While these incidents may seem egregious, some of the critics of a perceived police prejudice say they don't believe that such incidents are typical of attitudes on the police force. The LBV's Johnson says, "Ninety-five percent of them are professional."..."

SXSW Eco: The Culture War to Save the World
Punk, hip-hop and literature sign up for the eco fight
DAILY News  October 9, 2013, by Richard Whittaker
"...That's still where there's a short fall. "If you have five million people who are engaged, and two hundred and ninety-five million who are not, then we are not doing what we need to do," Yearwood fumed...."

TRMPAC Indictments Come Down, 'More Work' Remains
Ronnie Earle and the Travis Co. grand jury announce the initial results of the TRMPAC investigation
News Story  September 24, 2004, by Michael King
"...Warren RoBold, a national GOP fundraiser who solicited money for TRMPAC from several of the indicted corporations, is facing nine third-degree felony charges of "making and accepting" prohibited corporate contributions. It doesn't seem too far a stretch to speculate that, faced with potential punishments ranging from heavy fines to imprisonment (a first-degree felony, said Cox, "is punishable by five to ninety-five years or life in prison"), Ellis, Colyandro, and RoBold may want to suggest to investigators that they were hardly acting on their own personal whims...."

Crying in the Chapel
The Texas Hill Country features an unexpected wonder: The Most Holy Theotokos of New Sarov sheds tears of myrrh at Christ of the Hills Monastery in Blanco
Features Story  June 22, 2001, by Devin Greaney
"...Rikert, a Catholic, is like many of the visitors who are not part of the Orthodox faith. "Ninety-five percent [of our visitors] are not Orthodox," confirms Father Andrew...."

Local Author Tim O'Brien Wins Lifetime Achievement Award
'The Things They Carried' author on life, fiction, and truth
DAILY Books  November 14, 2013, by R.U. Steinberg and Paul Steinberg
"...Most of the things in The Things They Carried didn’t happen to me. Ninety-five percent of it’s invented..."

Cooking Is for Lovers
Love is on the menu at these Valentine's Day cooking classes
Food Story  February 8, 2013, by Melanie Haupt
"...Finally, if you really want to splash out and impress your lover, consider a destination cooking class at the Onion Creek Kitchens at Juniper Hills Farm, in Dripping Springs ( Ninety-five bucks gets you stuffed mushrooms, pork tenderloin, a variety of vegetable sides, Sacher torte, strawberry shortcake, and live entertainment from Austin singer-songwriter Michael Fracas­so..."

Early Voting: Here Comes the Avalanche
First day totals almost five times that of 2004 primary
DAILY News  February 20, 2008, by Lee Nichols

CDFuse, the Wannabes, Last Waltz, and MySpace make for a very happy (and busy) Thanksgiving.
Music Column  November 25, 2005, by Christopher Gray
"...Psychobaby's Richard Rees says he's had to effectively shut down his record label, which issued ex-Bauhaus and Love and Rockets wraith Daniel Ash's live album Come Alive last month, to focus on the online aspect (clients include Jerry Jeff Walker, Guy Forsyth, and the Real Heroes). "Ninety-five percent of my time is spent doing that," Rees says..."

The ACL festival is here. Time to hunker down.
Music Column  September 23, 2005, by Christopher Gray
"..."They don't have the facts," counters producer Charlie Jones. "Ninety-five percent of our vendors are local," says his partner, Charles Attal...."

Let Me Know the Deal on Touring Bands and Austin
Postmarks  October 1, 2004
"...It wasn't until Flaw came on that the crowd got bigger. So what's the deal, do I have to move to San Antonio, since they get all the acts? Ninety-five percent of the bands I listen to that tour Texas do not come here..."

Day Trips
Georgetown's Palace Theatre Guild's You Can't Do That, Dan Moody! is staged in the actual courtroom in which the play's events first took place.
Columns  September 10, 1999, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Ninety-five percent of the original 42-member cast and crew have returned to reprise their roles from the sellout inaugural run last year. Included in the cast is Assistant County Attorney Dan Gattis as the leading character..."

Polytheism in the Raw
Columns  November 13, 1998, by Michael Ventura
"...It was very long for the films of its day: 11 minutes. Ninety-five years later it's hard for our jaded eyes to imagine the fuss..."

Those Crazy Kids Will Do Anything ...
Arts Story  April 15, 1999

Heavy Western
The Derailers
Music Story  November 14, 1997, by Raoul Hernandez

Uncle Blubbafink
Keith Graves, the author of seriously ridiculous stories like Frank Was a Monster Who Wanted to Dance, is garnering Hollywood’s attention, but did he ever want it?
Books Story  June 8, 2001, by Raoul Hernandez

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