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First Love, Last Rites
Long on mood and short on narrative, First Love, Last Rites does a good job of capturing the sense of young love's first flush and its inevitable erosion. A resolutely...
Film Review  September 11, 1998, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Joey (Ribisi) and Sissel (Wagner) are hot in the throes of first love. They exult in each other's bodies and make love till their bodies are slack with satiation..."

Top 10 Austin Food Blogs
Food Story  January 3, 2014, by Kate Thornberry
"...8) No Satiation ( This blog is the portal for Will Burdette's Austin food podcasts, which feature fascinating interviews with chefs, writers, and other culinary cognoscenti, as well as reporting on macro issues like food policy and cultural trends...."

A weekly roundup of Austin food news
Food Column  May 18, 2012, by Virginia B. Wood
"...UT grad student Will Burdette was one of many interesting folks I met at the Foodways Texas Symposium in March. In addition to teaching English, Will produces a food-related podcast called No Satiation..."

The Challenge of Figaro
Tackling an Operatic Everest
Arts Story  November 3, 1995
"...CH: I said to one of my coaches this semester, "When you listen to this, don't you think there's a satiation point of how much beautiful music an ear can hear? Don't you think your ear should get full, just like your stomach does?" Everything, even the recitative is beautiful. I mean, you go, "Gosh, everything is so beautiful, I'm gonna be sick." That made me remember Amadeus, which made an indelible mark on my young mind, and the Emperor saying to Mozart after Figaro -- and I don't know if he actually said it because they say all sorts of horrible things in the movie that weren't true -- "There are just too many notes."..."

Ah, Laughter's Sweet Release!
Arts Story  April 8, 1999, by Robert Faires
"...Clearly, when it comes to commedia, David Yeakle knows his stuff. His production of Katz's commedia piece The Three Cuckolds at the UT Department of Theatre & Dance a few seasons back was an unparalleled delight in its depiction of lowbrow characters in search of satiation..."

Attention to detail yields small pleasures
Food Story  December 23, 2015, by Brandon Watson
"...Of course, it is frustrating to overspend at a restaurant, but we are missing something if the existence of restaurants hinges only on their ability to leave diners stuffed. Satiation is not satisfaction...."

Latin Beat
Music Review  May 11, 2001, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Bargain. Watching Jennifer Lopez and Matthew McConaughey flirt their perky way around San Francisco proved serious sitcom satiation for gente that doesn't have cable..."

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