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Toasting an old venue, and a new one.
DAILY Music February 4, 2008, by Margaret Moser
The Kiss That Ignited Austin's Punk Scene
Made in Texas occasions a trip down nostalgia lane
DAILY SXSW March 15, 2015, by Joe O'Connell
Whitney Rose’s Full House
Austin’s newest country ingenue lands on South Congress
DAILY Music November 18, 2015, by William Harries Graham
Playback: Austin’s Rarest Vinyl
Want exclusive vinyl for Record Store Black Friday? Check out some of Austin's rarest wax.
Music Column November 21, 2017, by Kevin Curtin
"..."I think it was titled Live at Raul's," he recalls...."
Not Your Daddy's Facial Hair
Kate Messer brings us up to date on the drag king scene in Austin.
Features Story November 15, 2002, by Kate X Messer
"...Ubiquitous Austin musician/songwriter Terri Lord remembers a band of cross-dressing babes known as the Casanovas playing circa Raul's era, and I remember seeing Two Nice Girls' Kathy Korniloff portraying Tyler Moore at Chances (now Club DeVille) in 1993. According to Korniloff, Tyler "sprung fully formed at a party during SXSW 1992..."
A Room of One's Own
Austin's Newest Record Stores Carve out Their Niche
Music Story January 19, 1996
"...For a long time the best indie store in New York was in New Jersey,
and scores of Manhattanites took the PATH train to Hoboken just for the
privilege of shopping at Pier Platters (if there was a show at Maxwell's that
night, all the better). My Anglophile friend Mickey has walked into Greenwich
Village's Rebel Rebel almost every Friday for years, certain in the knowledge
that: a) his NME and Melody Maker will be there; and b) if one of
his favorite bands has a British single it would already be set aside for him.
And to take just one example from this city, back in the punk days Inner
Sanctum was (along with Raul's) as much a subcultural community center as a
retail establishment, drawing in people who went on to do crazy things like
start rock & roll bands, or free weekly newspapers...."
Playback: Inside Antone's
Christening Antone's new location, SXSW reveals, and a new documentary on old Dicks
Music Column March 5, 2015, by Kevin Curtin
"...The Dicks From Texas, Marabito's raw documentary about Austin's great commie punk band, premieres Wednesday at the Spider House Ballroom, kicking off the RxSM Film Fest. Loaded with unseen live footage, the film traces the uncompromising quartet of Gary Floyd, Buxf Parrot, Glen Taylor, and Pat Deason from gigs at Raul's to the infamous Rock Against Reagan tour and beyond..."
“Raul Gonzalez: Doing Work” at grayDUCK Gallery
The show’s images of construction work and fatherhood challenge expectations of masculinity, domesticity, immigrant work, and art
Arts Review November 30, 2017, by Melany Jean
Comedian Raul Sanchez Is From Around These Here Parts
At least he (and many another immigrant) is now
DAILY Arts March 7, 2017, by Wayne Alan Brenner
The Justice's Closet Case
A "Deeper Faith"
News Story May 16, 1997, by Bob Elder
"...Jaime says that when he and his father returned to Austin after the PFOX meeting, they had another heartfelt talk while waiting at baggage claim. They spoke of Raul's lack of attention when Jaime was young..."
The story of Texas history says a lot -- about the storytellers
News Story September 6, 2002, by Lucius Lomax
"..."[As] to Raul's concerns," Herndon wrote in a memo responding to Reinert's letter, she agreed with Gonzalez that "the treatment suggested [by the director] for Hispanics is off the mark. The Fiesta parade, mariachis, and music scored by two Anglo musicians are a superficial if not offensive approach..."
Hyde Park Theatre's Confessions of a Mexpatriate
Raul Garza's solo show tells us that finding your true self in another country isn't easy
Arts Review September 27, 2018, by Robert Faires
Ground Floor Theatre's There and Back
This new play by Raul Garza lets us spend a lifetime with an immigrant and all the decisions she makes
Arts Review August 16, 2018, by Robert Faires
Teatro Vivo’s EL
Raul Garza's new play explores the power of the storyteller
Arts Review September 22, 2016, by Roxanne Schroeder-Arce
Beside the Point: Council's Best Friends
Austin is a dog's - not to mention city manager's - town.
News Column February 24, 2006, by Wells Dunbar
You Say 'Maricon' Like It's a Bad Thing
Cuba holds it first Pride Parade. Kate holds her breath.
DAILY Qmmunity June 25, 2008, by Kate X Messer
Page Two: It's Always Twine Time
Follow the music
Columns January 21, 2016, by Louis Black
"...The Stallion is gone, the Dobie closed. Raul's, Liberty Lunch, and the Cannibal Club old history..."
Evil Triplet’s Career Opportunities
ATX punk pioneer previews heavy psych on “Get a Job”
DAILY Music January 16, 2017, by Kevin Curtin
Juan Meza's World
The Juan in a Million restaurateur's Eastside embrace has turned him into an Austin icon
Food Story January 23, 2004, by Rachel Feit
It's Not Just An Adventure
Music Story June 15, 2001, by Michael Chamy
"...Rick Reed, for his part, has been in Austin for over 20 years, and all the while there's been a small cadre of experimental musicians blurring the lines between noise and music, abstraction and composition. Reed's Fear and Tension Corporation produced progressive and industrial electronic music throughout the Eighties in the shadow of Raul's punk and New Wave..."
Thank God It's Friday
UT grad Christian McLaughlin discusses Spyder Games, his MTV "soap opera on crack."
Screens Story July 20, 2001, by Clay Smith
Precinct 4: It's Good to Be the Incumbent
Challenging an incumbent is a tough job, but somebody's gotta do it
News Story January 15, 2010, by Amy Smith
Raul Alvarez was elected by environmental community but is not yet voting with it.
News Story September 29, 2000, by Emily Pyle
Melany Jean's Top 10 Fresh Takes in the Arts of 2017
Works of art and shows that were timely, intimate, funny, and awe-inspiring stood out over the year
Arts Story December 28, 2017, by Melany Jean
2015 Old Settler’s Music Festival: Friday
PHOTO GALLERY April 20, 2015
Wal-Mart, Lowe's, and Their Friends and Foes
Big-box battles from South Austin to Lakeway
News Story October 24, 2003, by Amy Smith
Place 5 Run-Off: It's All Over But the Votin'
Margot Clarke and Brewster McCracken head for the finish line Saturday.
News Story June 6, 2003, by Amy Smith
What's at Stake at City Hall?
City elections bring debate over people, priorities, and propositions
News Story March 31, 2006, by Michael King
Wal-Mart or No, Council Defers to Endeavor's Domain
Only Daryl Slusher votes against the city's $37 million tax rebate for a North Austin "urban village."
News Story May 23, 2003, by Lauri Apple
Tax Dispute Puts West Texas Town in Financial Limbo
News Story October 3, 1997, by Robert Bryce
Capital Metro's Labor Lowdown
StarTran makes its 'last, best, and final offer'
News Story November 18, 2005, by Wells Dunbar
It's a Done Deal
The City Council approved the Stratus settlement 6-1. Now what?
News Story August 9, 2002, by Lauri Apple
In Austin city politics, it's Mayor Kirk Watson's way or no way at all.
News Story September 29, 2000, by Robert Bryce
Old Settler's Music Festival Interviews
Talking bluegrass with five OSMF headliners and a Dripping Springs dweller
Music Story April 16, 2015
It's Official: APD Chief of Staff to Take Reins at UTPD
Carter will start this summer
DAILY News May 7, 2013, by Jordan Smith
Finds Ventura's Outlook Limited
Postmarks November 24, 2003
Who's Polluting Barton Springs?
News Story May 31, 2002, by Amy Smith
Mayor's Race Contribution & Expenditure Reports
News Story April 25, 1997
Point Austin: It's That Time Again
If you haven't voted, aren't voting, aren't ready to vote wake up!
News Column February 10, 2006, by Michael King
How Lowe's Can Brewster Go?
Council Member McCracken gets an earful from supporters and nonsupporters alike reminding him of his big-box campaign promises.
News Story December 5, 2003, by Amy Smith
Welcome to Will's World
So many items, so little time
News Story July 25, 2003
Changing Channel 15: Who's Got the Remote?
The AMN/AMP/ACTV saga goes down to the wire
News Story October 1, 2004, by Mike Clark-Madison
Woes for Lowe's
The big-bad big box gets stuffed twice in court
News Story June 25, 2004, by Amy Smith
For Lowe's, A Win's a Win
Lowe's and the city cut a deal over the aquifer.
News Story December 19, 2003, by Amy Smith
Big-Box Ban Bollixes Up Lowe's Plans
The City Council's moratorium slows down the hardware giant's settlement deal
News Story October 31, 2003, by Amy Smith
The Team Players: Who's Who on the Campaign Trail
News Story April 11, 1997
"Nobody's Women" See the Light
Mexican Women Film Directors Series
Arts Story October 6, 1995
The Perez Family
Film Review May 12, 1995, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Other characters are less fortunate. Juan Raul's brother, Angel, is all bluster and noise..."
Behind the Tall Tales of Lester Bangs in Texas
Lester's Last Stand
Books Story March 7, 1997
"...There seemed to be music everywhere, and Lester counted
almost 40 live-music clubs. The nexus of the punk and new wave scenes was
Raul's on Guadalupe near the University of Texas..."
Your Name Here
Big Boys guitarist Tim Kerr put Austin punk on the map, then spent the next quarter century painting on it
Music Story February 25, 2011, by Austin Powell
"...A small chunk of Raul's restroom lives in Tim Kerr's closet. Across the faded pink and green stripes, "Big Boys" is spray-painted in green on top of loose red lettering, a rare remnant from ground zero of Austin punk...."