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Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow
This group show matches the majesty of the MACC's architecture
Arts Review  July 15, 2011, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Sergio Garcia's It's Not Always Easy To Tell What's Real and What's Fabricated (pictured above) presents a child's red tricycle warped into a sort of vehicular Ouroboros, the sort of piece you could unpack volumes of meaning from once your eyes are through being amazed at the high weirdness and craftsmanship of it...."

Coach's Corner
Tiger Woods is a great golfer, no doubt, but it's a shame there's no one else around who can really challenge him.
Columns  June 21, 2002, by Andy "Coach" Cotton
"...Are LaFrentz or MacCulloch any different than David Duval, Sergio Garcia, or Jeff Sluman? Not much. It's Tiger's misfortune to be, just like O'Neal, the most dominant figure in his sport when there's no one around to stand up and spit in his eye..."

Johnny 100 Pesos
With his second feature, Johnny 100 Pesos, Chilean director and co-writer Gustavo Graef-Marino (The Voice) begins with a story taken from riveting, real-life material but delivers an uneven and occasionally...
Film Review  January 19, 1996, by Alison Macor
"...With his second feature, Johnny 100 Pesos, Chilean director and co-writer Gustavo Graef-Marino (The Voice) begins with a story taken from riveting, real-life material but delivers an uneven and occasionally lackluster scenario. Based on a fumbled bank robbery in Santiago, Chile in the fall of 1990, Johnny 100 Pesos recounts the experiences of 17-year-old high school student Johnny Garcia (Araiza) and his four accomplices..."

Playing Through
The sports world is rife with dickish behavior
Columns  June 5, 2009, by Thomas Hackett
"...Or Barry Bonds. Or Sergio Garcia...."

¡Más Comida!
Austin's newest restaurants are making 'mi casa es su casa' a way of life, one menu at a time
Food Story  July 19, 2002, by Virginia B. Wood
"...All these friendly family operations are willing to gamble that their particular interpretation of Mexican cuisine will attract enough Austin diners to render them successful. For your dining pleasure, may we present El Mesón Taqueria, Garibaldi's, Azul Tequila, and Casa Garcia's II...."

Literary Guisado
An Interview with Francisco Goldman
Books Story  June 6, 1997, by Marion Winik
"...FG: When I first started writing and publishing -- I sold my first story to Esquire in '79 -- I had zero awareness of any community of Latino writers in the United States. The flowering that's occurred since then -- Oscar Hijuelos, Julia Alvarez, Cristina Garcia, Sandra Cisneros, Dagoberto Gilb, Ana Castillo, Junot Diaz and many others -- none of these people had started publishing yet..."

All the World SA Stage
The Debut of the International Theater Festival at San Antonio
Arts Story  October 22, 1999, by Robert Faires
"...Intensidad Mistica (Mexico) Poetry inspired by religion, featuring works by poets Pita Amor, Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, Federico Garcia Lorca, Amado Nervo, Octavio Paz, and Miguel Unamuno, recited by Compañia de Sergio Lasso. (Bilingual) Southwest School of Art and Craft..."

Texas Book Festival Announces Full Lineup
From R.L. Stine to Reza Aslan, 225-plus converge on the Capitol
DAILY Books  September 10, 2013, by Monica Riese
"...Robert Antoni, As Flies to Whatless Boys Amy Brill, The Movement of Stars: A Novel Lea Carpenter, Eleven Days Catherine Chung, Forgotten Country Dianne Dixon, The Book of Someday Ben Dolnick, At the Bottom of Everything: A Novel Jennifer duBois, Cartwheel: A Novel Geoff Dyer, Zona: A Book About a Film About a Journey to a Room Owen Egerton, Everyone Says That at the End of the World Stephen Elliott, Happy Baby Aminatta Forna, The Hired Man Ben Fountain, Dallas Noir Karen Joy Fowler, We Are Completely Beside Ourselves Cristina Garcia, King of Cuba Alex Gilvarry, From the Memoirs of a Non-Enemy Combatant Michael Glasscock, Utopia, Texas Manuel Gonzales, The Miniature Wife: and Other Stories Masha Hamilton, What Changes Everything Peter Heller, The Dog Stars Anne Hillerman, Spider Woman's Daughter A.M. Homes, May We Be Forgiven: A Novel Bronwen Hruska, Accelerated: A Novel Lindsay Hunter, Don't Kiss Me: Stories Paulette Jiles, Lighthouse Island Stephen Graham Jones, Flushboy Zachary Karabashliev, 18% Gray Kathleen Kent, The Outcasts Julie Kibler, Calling Me Home Brian Kimberling, Snapper Adam Langer, The Salinger Contract Joe R..."

SXSW Film Releases Full Feature Lineup
Slate includes everyone from Wes Anderson to the Zellners
DAILY Screens  January 30, 2014, by Monica Riese
"... Cast: D.J. Cotrona, Zane Holtz, Eiza González, Jesse Garcia, Lane Garrison, and Wilmer Valderrama, and Don Johnson (World Premiere) [image-6]..."

Music Review  March 18, 2005, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Its stomping, scratching follow-up, "Apache Chicken," launches a hail of arrows. "The Bells of Goliad" ring in epic waves, rippling into the organ and drum drama "Billy Got Worse." "Nite Fite on Wife Nite" features guitarist Jake Garcia's yakety yak and Matt Holford's shrill answer, the overall effect being like your average shower that ends with Janet Leigh eyeballing the drain..."

Show and Tell
Spring Previews 2000
Screens Story  February 25, 2000, by Marjorie Baumgarten, Sarah Hepola and Marcel Meyer
"...Director Garcia, son of 100 Years of Solitude author Gabriel García Márquez, cultivates an ensemble piece that probes the troubled experiences of five women. As discoveries take place, and unlikely relationships form over a period of a few days, this group of struggling females find themselves coming of age all over again..."

Texas Book Festival Schedule
Books Story  November 5, 1999
"...3-4pm Poesia Tejana Showcase Victoria Garcia-Zapata, Nicole Pollentier, Moderator: Bryce Milligan..."

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