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Turfcats Announce Player Signings/Tryouts and More
Our own Southern Indoor Football League team gets the ball rollin'
DAILY Sports  January 16, 2009, by Mark Fagan
"...The Austin Turfcats of the Southern Indoor Football League held a big shindig for the media on Thursday at the Four Season's Hotel where they introduced the coaching staff, discussed ticket prices, and announced two player signings...."

Duran Poster Signings
Arts Column  August 30, 1996, by Robert Faires
"...The Rotarians made a poster from his Diez y Seis mural, and they want you not only to buy it, but to get it signed by the artist. They've lined up four signings over the next two weeks: Tuesday, September 3, 5-9pm, at the Austin Museum of Art, 823 Congress; Thursday, September 5, 11am-2pm, and Friday, September 6, early evening, at Central Market, 4001 N..."

Aztex Announce Five More Signings
A week from opening day, the Austin Aztex add to their roster
DAILY Sports  April 30, 2012, by Nick Barbaro

Things to Do for Free
Broke? Badgeless? Fear not.
Screens Story  March 4, 2005
"...The Bad Sex With Neal Pollack ShowDay stage, 3pmGrande Communications ReceptionDay stage, 4:15pmSouth By Bookstore book signings12:45pm: Dan Cederholm, Web Standards Solutions: The Markup and Style Handbook..."

Soccer Watch
Sports Column  January 7, 2016, by Nick Barbaro
"...Most of the European leagues resumed play this week following the midwinter break, with tight, multi-team races in England, Spain, and Italy, and the January transfer window has been open for three days, with no huge signings so far...."

Absolutely Confabulous
Austin Public Library's New Fiction Confab focuses on buzz over brawn
Arts Story  April 18, 2014, by Amy Gentry
"...In its fifth year, the Confab remains a day of free programming offered by the Austin Public Library and funded through the Library Foundation. As in past years, there will be readings, panel discussions, and book signings on the second floor of the John Henry Faulk Central Public Library, next to the Austin Lit Fair, which showcases local independent presses and journals..."

The Man Who Made It Happen
Willie Siros still runs his Adventures in Crime & Space bookstore online at, but his storefront on Sixth Street closed last year. He's serving as co-chair of Bouchercon 2002 along with Karen Meschke, and sat down for a few minutes to discuss the convention.
Books Story  October 18, 2002, by Shawn Badgley
"...WS: Yeah, yeah. We have lots of signings, and we tried to schedule multiple signings with people..."

Books Column  February 4, 1999, by Clay Smith
"...Project and the Austin Writers' League will host the second annual Salute to African-American Writers: Celebration and Tea on Saturday, February 20, at the Meeting Place, 2100 Northland Drive, from 6-9pm. A poetry slam, reading and book signings by local authors, and African storytelling are planned for the event..."

An Easy Read
NPrint Brings Books to TV
Screens Story  September 27, 1996, by Karl Pallmeyer
"..."They have a standing invititation to show up with their video crew and tape book signings, and they have the opportunity to interview the author," says Philip Sansone, president and CEO of Book People. Tammy Jordan, vice president of marketing at the bookstore, says NPrint has expressed interest in upcoming appearances by Johnny Cochran and Jimmy Carter..."

Who's Got the Hootie?
Comparing Austin' and Dallas' 1995 Output
Music Story  January 19, 1996
"...Surprisingly though, most artists, radio programmers, managers, and record company executives from both Austin and Dallas interviewed for this story contend they were already curious about the other city not because of the inherent competition, but rather because they thought the slew of signings might just hold the insider trading tip necessary for a leg up, not just for themselves or their own hometown, but for Texas as a whole. A united Texas music industry? Not quite..."

Books for Days
The read goes on forever at the 2018 Texas Book Festival
Arts Story  October 25, 2018, by Robert Faires
"...Once a year, the pleasures of the literary expand from you with a single book in your hands to you, along with thousands of others readers, connecting with hundreds of authors at signings and panels that seem to go on for eternity. You can call it heaven, but its official name is the Texas Book Festival..."

Our Free TribFest Picks
Texas Tribune Festival introduces Open Congress
DAILY Chron Events  September 21, 2018, by Ray Emerson
"...The Texas Tribune Festival is back for its eighth year of star-studded panels, (discussions of) political intrigue, and enough book signings to populate your whole shelf. But for those not looking to splurge on a badge, the fest will be taking over Congress Ave..."

Guide to Austin Record Stores
Exploring the grooves, from black metal to blues
DAILY Music  August 23, 2017, by The Music Staff
"...Austin’s reigning record emporium hosts regular in-store performances from roadshows and locals celebrating the release of a new album, with no preference in regard to musical genres. Shows typically start weekdays at 5pm and conclude with artist signings, during which the store remains open for business..."

Texas Book Festival 2017: The First Dozen
Lisa Ko, Claire Messud lead off first look at fest lineup
DAILY Arts  June 7, 2017, by Robert Faires
"...Of course, these 12 make up only 5 percent of the literary lights who will attend the 2017 TBF, but you'll have to be patient to find out about the other 95 percent. Until then, gaze at the official poster's dreamy image of a pitayo cactus at sunset – created by Austin-based photographer and author of the new book The Spirit of Tequila, Joel Salcido and imagine the 250 celebrated and emerging fiction writers, journalists, artists, scientists, and more who will fill up TBF 2017's weekend of readings, signings, and panel discussions...."

Greg Hrbek Gets Incendiary at Malvern Books
Award-winning author presents a bomb-ravaged USA this weekend
DAILY Arts  January 25, 2017, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Fantastical Fictions is, as you might already know, the ongoing series of bookish celebrations – with readings and signings and a Q&A, much convivial camaraderie and drinking, the sort of thing you might find at any literary shindig – but a series that showcases authors who tend to hew their tales from the more speculative outcroppings of human imagination...."

Lou Reed Box Set Tells Tale of Early Solo Career
The RCA & Arista Album Collection's 17 discs document the Seventies and Eighties
Music Story  December 15, 2016, by Bill Bentley
"...When Clive Davis founded Arista Records, Lou Reed became one of his first signings. If Rock & Roll Heart didn't make waves, it set up the interstellar blastoff of Street Hassle..."

The Luv Doc: Uncool!
Yes, you should stop checking his phone
Columns  June 30, 2016, by The Luv Doc

Soccer Watch
Sports Column  February 25, 2016, by Nick Barbaro
"...In training: The UT Longhorn women kick off their spring training season with an exhibition game as we go to press Wednes­day; upcoming are at least one more exhibition, and also an 8-on-8 small-sided tournament... And San Antonio FC, the Spurs-owned USL expansion team, has opened their training camp, and continues to announce new signings, as they prepare for their inaugural season opener April 3 in Seattle..."

Soccer Watch
Sports Column  January 21, 2016, by Nick Barbaro
"...Sadness, that at this time last year, this column was brimming with news of the Austin Aztex's first pro season: tryouts, signings, supporters' meetings, games scheduled ... and now, this: The team still known by the placeholder name USL San Antonio – which will compete in the same USL pro league the Aztex are currently on hiatus from – will hold open tryouts starting Feb..."

Public Notice: 'Tis the Season
Parties nightly, and events in pairs
News Column  December 3, 2015, by Nick Barbaro
"...8, from 6:30-8pm, Michael Barnes hosts a reading and discussion about Indelible Austin: Selected Histories, a selection of his favorite Austin History features from over the years, published by Waterloo Press, the publishing arm of the Austin History Center Association. Both events include book signings and light refreshments..."

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