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Single Barrel Whiskey for the Right Price at Jack Allen's Kitchen
High-quality, approachable whiskeys to get you out of your comfort zone
Food Story  February 7, 2019, by Jessi Cape
"...Other program mainstays are the Whistle Pig Straight Rye, Toby's personal favorite, with a butterscotch-tinged long finish created from batching together two 13-years from Vermont, and the George Dickel, a 9-year, 103 proof medium body Tennessee whiskey with notes of s'mores and hay and wintergreen. The Russell's Reserve is a 10-year, 110 proof, that notes a vanilla chocolate swirl, honeycomb, and graham crackers..."

SXSW’s Big Third List
YFN Lucci, Wyclef Jean, Ought, and 572 more
DAILY Music  January 10, 2018, by Kevin Curtin
"...The National Reserve (Brooklyn, NY.)..."

Critic's Picks
Best of Austin Story  October 5, 2001
"...All it takes is a photo I.D., a library card, and an e-mail address to establish a Web Catalog account with a personal identification number at any Austin Library circulation desk. Patrons can then review their library records, see what materials they currently have checked out, reserve materials, and best of all, renew materials..."

Food-o-File: Friday Lagniappe
A little extra Austin food news
DAILY Food  July 24, 2015, by Virginia B. Wood
"...• TenOak Bourbon House + Kitchen (409 Colorado) will feature brand ambassador Bruce Russell, grandson of Master Distiller Jimmy Russel, for an evening of fine food and spirits pairings from the Russell's Reserve line. Tickets are $30..."

First Look: Nickel City
Eastside bar returns Austin to its roots
Food Story  August 3, 2017, by Thea Newell
"...The bar also holds a strong focus on whiskey and brandy, and will add a weekly Whiskey Wednesday series, with all whiskey stock priced at 25% off, and special bottle and single cask features. The first selection will include a barrel of Russell's Reserve, hand-picked by Wild Turkey master distiller Jimmy Russell and his son and brand ambassador Bruce Russell...."

Den of Thieves
Bank heist rips off Heat for little gain
Film Review  January 26, 2018, by Steve Davis
"...More than an homage to but less than a remake of the stylish 1995 neo-noir Heat, the film steals selective chunks of Michael Mann’s film unashamedly. The core narrative is a high-stakes game of cat-and-mouse between a disciplined criminal mastermind (Schreiber, in the Robert De Niro role) plotting an ambitious burglary of the Los Angeles Federal Reserve, and a messy police detective (Butler, in the Al Pacino role) intent on foiling the crime when he’s not swigging whiskey or screwing strippers..."

Wine of the Week
The 2005 Becker Vineyards Cabernet Reserve Sauvignon is a Napa-worthy Texas Cab
Food Column  June 6, 2008, by Wes Marshall
"...One of the wines that wins most often is Becker Vine­yards' Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve. For the last few years, Becker Vineyards has been buying the fruit for their wine from what would be classed a grand cru vineyard, if there were such a thing in Texas..."

Our readers talk back.
Columns  May 21, 2004
"...Colin Powell did serve (and said during the Vietnam War, "I am angry that so many of the sons of the powerful and well placed ... managed to wrangle slots in the Reserve and National Guard units")..."

A blind photographer takes pictures and asks other people to describe them for him – the hook is charming and better yet, the movie follows through. Blind since birth, Martin...
Film Review  June 12, 1992, by Kathleen Maher
"...He meets and makes friends with a charming and feckless busboy, Andy (Crowe) and discovers real friendship, but it's a friendship he makes almost impossible to maintain by saying “you must never lie to me.” In surprise, Andy asks, “Why would I lie to you?” But telling the truth just isn't as easy as Andy at first believes. Martin is funny in his punctiliousness, in his reserve..."

James Holmes and Cristina Koester start one project before finishing another, and Manor Road's many changes.
Food Column  February 24, 2006, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The $35 classes will include food from chef Elaine Martin, wine commentary by Dorsey Barger, and the gardening expertise of David Kolasta. Reserve now, as these classes fill up quickly..."

Food Column  May 2, 1997, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The $40 cost includes continental breakfast, gourmet lunch, a goodie bag, and bus transportation. It's also not too early to reserve a seat on the next wine tasting tour..."

Election Update 12/20/09
Earle gets in, Isett out, Miles versus Edwards round three in Houston
DAILY News  December 20, 2009, by Richard Whittaker
"...Steve Ogden, R-Bryan, until Ogden wrecked that plan by returning to the ballot, leaving Gattis raceless. According to his press release, Isett is standing down to concentrate on his family and his career in the Naval Reserve..."

Live-Blogging the FY 2008 Budget
Just what the title says!
DAILY News  July 26, 2007, by Wells Dunbar
"...Since spiraling rents are going to make them our new home any day now, shouldn't it be more? Toby says per capita spending on the library (on books and the like) is $2.24; peer cities average is above $5. She also suggests hiring a library webmaster, to tend to the evolving masturbation needs of today's homeless. Neighborhood Planning and Zoning: in addition the aforementioned neighborhood ombudsmen, Futrell's talking about increasing urban design staffing; budget there is $5.3 million. We're almost there: after the IT department's request for 15 new positions, we're on the wonkier stuff: one-time critical costs, the budget stabilization reserve fund, etc. Q & A time! But the mayor is wanting to limit it to questions mainly related to the budget adoption time frame (it won't be finally adopted until September)..."

Frat Party Fallout
UT students are disappointed by admin's failure to nip racist parties in the bud
News Story  February 19, 2015, by Mac McCann
"...Phi Gamma Delta (Fiji) designs a shirt depicting a Sambo caricature head on Michael Jordan's body; the frat also posts signs on its lawn reading "No Blacks Allowed," and "We Reserve the Right to Be Complete Assholes – Mgmt."..."

Food Events
Oct. 3-10
Food Column  October 4, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Small plates with wine pairings included. Reserve online..."

Our readers talk back.
Columns  October 22, 2004
"...I joined the Army Reserve prior to 9/11 and have served on active duty on and off for the last two years. I, like most of my family and friends in the military, serve because we believe in defending the values that make this country great – not the least of which is the freedom of speech...."

The Art of the Brew Will Quench Your Aesthetic Thirst
Co-Lab Projects' second annual celebration of beer and visual art
Food Story  September 4, 2014, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...AN: While we don't have any plans on incorporating the harder stuff anytime soon, we have some really incredible sponsors and friends that are doing amazing things in that industry – Balcones Distilling, Whitmeyer's, Austin Reserve Gin, and Treaty Oak Distilling – and we feature them in craft cocktails at Co-Lab's regular openings. A slightly more tangible idea that was thrown around at our last meeting was an "Art of the Vine" event..."

Naked City
News Story  April 19, 2007
"...As a no-kill shelter, PAWS generally does everything it can to save animals with life-threatening medical problems, Cain said. But she said the shelter has little reserve money for emergencies of this magnitude, and the incident is straining an already tight budget for the shelter, which is at three times its capacity..."

Happy Trails to You
Writer-director Jill Sprecher journeys toward enlightenment in "Thirteen Conversations About One Thing"
Screens Story  July 5, 2002, by Piet Levy
"...But of course the Manhattan I lived in didn't resemble that at all. It didn't have a Gershwin score!" Nevertheless, Sprecher was a dreamer, eager to escape the quiet reserve of her youth..."

Naked City
Headlines and happenings from Austin and beyond
News Story  March 4, 2005, by Lee Nichols
"...Not so fast, says UT. First of all, part of the AUF is designated as an emergency reserve, and the rest has been spent; it's just that the bills haven't worked their way through the system to show up in reports yet..."

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