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Free Week Live Shots
Barracuda, Jan. 5
Music Story  January 12, 2017, by Libby Webster
"...This Is Austin, Not That Great Fest 2, a festival celebrating DIY punk at its weirdest and loudest, unfolded outside on a freezing Barracuda patio, but inside, three trios – Skin Drips, Oozer, and Vampyre – unfurled their own harsh sound for Free Week-goers...."

Quin Galavis Track Premiere
Dark songwriter lets a little light in
DAILY Music  June 12, 2017, by Kevin Curtin
"...My fiancée Annecy [Liddell], who plays in our current live lineup, sang a little as well. Garrett Hadden from The Dead Space played some guitar and so did Ben Maddox from Skin Drips and Hundred Visions..."

Stuffed Locally
Give thanks for the local harvest with these market-fresh recipes
Food Story  November 23, 2012, by Rachel Feit, Kate Thornberry, Mick Vann, Wes Marshall, Gracie Salem and Virginia B. Wood
"...For a 15-pound turkey, that's three entire days! I would recommend buying your turkey on Saturday or Sunday (depending on your market) and starting to thaw it immediately in the refrigerator. It should be thawed in its packaging (usually a plastic bag) with a pan underneath to catch any drips...."

"Greg Davis: India's Kumbh Mela" at Butridge Gallery
This exhibit's images offer impressive layers of visual intricacy but also raise the problematic questions of photojournalism
Arts Review  July 27, 2017, by Sam Anderson-Ramos
"...Davis himself knows drama when he finds it. Mohan's Offering depicts an older man, presumably Mohan, standing in a river, arms outstretched, hands cupping water that drips from his palms..."

"Young Latino Artists 21: Amexican@"
This exhibit is about being Mexican-American, but it will make things happen for you whatever your ethnicity
Arts Review  July 14, 2016, by Sam Anderson-Ramos
"...Now we've got this blurry cartoon face with the big eyes and wide mouth creeping me out like Centeno's woolly blob. The graffiti guy is kneeling and painting "El Barto" in gold on a wall (it drips gold paint), which if you don't know, that was Bart Simpson's tag..."

"McKay Otto: Ever or Ever" at CAMIBAart
The visually rich and meditative surfaces of these mixed-media works take the viewer to a space veiled in silence
Arts Review  May 5, 2016, by H.C. Arnold
"...The longer you spend quietly exploring their misty surfaces, the more you see – and the further your mind unwinds. You'll notice how the different drips of paint vary from surface to surface or how the different patterns of monochrome, candy colors, and cork repeat with slight variations from artwork to artwork..."

Face Off Recap: The Subtle Blade
Someone gets a dressing down in the latest episode of the Syfy show
DAILY Screens  February 21, 2012, by Richard Whittaker
"...As for Team Bottom Three, Ian's sculpt is too subtle and fails to blend (drink!) In a moment of dramatic irony after her kvetching about Heather's sculpt, Beki's mold is just misguided. In a shout-out to prior guest judge and Saturday Night Live makeup mainstay Jennifer Aspinall, Hetrick drips disdain as he comments that it looked like something for a SNL skit where they want someone to look bad...."

Stories from the Midway
Hot Purple Thunk
Features Story  May 10, 2002, by Sarah Hepola
"...I see the onlookers in slow motion, their happy summer faces curdled by the gore, good God the gore. Blood drips everywhere, pours from my cousin's mouth and down her chin, sloshes off the side of the ride, rains from the sky as the onlookers scream and hide their eyes...."

The Hobbit
Second Youth Family Theatre's production of The Hobbit offers much that is magical, but awkward staging and inexperienced actors keep the show from achieving true enchantment.
Arts Review  November 16, 2001, by Barry Pineo
"...After the lights dim, David Nancarrow's resonant and reverent narration leads us as we watch a war played out in shadows projected on a sheer cloth stretched across the stage. Later, a Gollum, played by Aaron Johnson, drips and slides its way onto the stage and engages in another battle, this one of wits, with the hobbit Bilbo Baggins as he attempts to escape from Gollum's moist and echoey lair..."

Kalling Kathy's Bluff
Kathy Acker and the Lucky Ones
Books Story  February 21, 1997, by Tom Aiken
"...Alas, Kathy's got dudes on the brain: She kinda hates 'em, kinda loves 'em, kinda likes screwin' 'em, sorta wants to be one of 'em -- due more to the daddy she never met than anything else. Beneath her "punk" veneer Acker drips pouty little orphan girl vulnerability..."

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