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Raise Your Glass to Austin Beer Week
Our guide to the best tappings, dinners, and parties
DAILY Food  October 23, 2015, by Dan Gray
"...23-30. Some of the select beers include a 2014 Voodoo Child, whiskey barrel-aged Hey Joe Coffee Stout that has been aged in the barrel for one year and is served on Nitro..."

Austin City Limits’ Hall of Fame Fireworks
Willie Nelson & SRV among the inaugural inductees
DAILY Music  April 28, 2014, by Jim Caligiuri
"...The program, celebrating 40 years on TV, returned to KLRU’s Studio 6A to induct its inaugural Hall of Fame class. That the choices were obvious – Willie Nelson, Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, UT football coach Darrell Royal, and ACL creator Bill Arhos – in no way diminished the proceedings...."

The Austin Restaurant Boom Isn't Over
More daily Austin food news
DAILY Food  November 18, 2015, by Brandon Watson
"...This summer, the usual breakneck pace of Austin restaurant openings slowed down a bit so we could all enjoy a dip in Barton Springs Pool, but don’t let that lull you into thinking you can finally catch up on your restaurant bucket list. This fall and winter, new openings and announcements are coming faster than you can say Vin Diesel...."

Playback: Still Weary
Weary Boys reunite, Red River vies for cultural district designation, and MusicMania to close
Music Column  September 27, 2013, by Kevin Curtin
"...The Weary Boys, a bare-knuckle, boot-stompin' string band whose raw, fast country songs once packed Austin beer joints, makes a rare return to the stage this Saturday at Antone's...."

Three Businesses Sprout in New Development, the Yard
Trio makes their way through Austin’s burgeoning artisan food world
Food Story  September 29, 2016, by Adrienne Whitehorse
"...DIY may have long been a buzzword in punk rock and home decorating, but recently it has become a mantra in the food and beverage industry, where corporate Goliaths are increasingly being toppled by local Davids. But this new breed of entrepreneurs couldn't succeed without the support of a public who not only value their communities but actively engage in them..."

AC Hot Sauce Festival Announces Judges, Cooking Demo Talent
Celebrating 26 years of heat
DAILY Food  August 15, 2016, by Brandon Watson
"...Hot diggity dog! The Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Festival may be entering its 26th year, but we aren’t slowing down. Our annual shindig benefiting the Central Texas Food Bank is attracting more talent than ever – both in our cooking demo tent and behind the scenes as judges...."

Preserving the Food and Beverage Industry With Fermentation
Jason White turns his science chops to gastronomy
Food Story  September 1, 2016, by Veronica Meewes
"...Somewhere between fermentation's homegrown past and the highbrow world of Michelin-starred gastronomy, the practice of curing and pickling swept its way across the food world. As farmers' markets continue to grow in size and popularity, home cooks are learning how to use preservation to better utilize each season's bounty..."

Dear Glutton: Sinful Eats for End Times
What to eat at the end of the world
Food Column  January 5, 2017, by Emily Beyda
"...Ah, gluttony. Of the seven deadly sins, it is – as you might imagine after casting your beady eyes over the title of this column – my favorite..."

Celebrity Judges
Food Story  August 18, 2016
"...Austin Ewald: Sous chef, Jacoby's Restaurant & Mercantile, Grizzelda's..."

First Look: Nickel City
Eastside bar returns Austin to its roots
Food Story  August 3, 2017, by Thea Newell
"...What to do when Austin bar culture has hit a peak? Go back to the basics. In the case of Nickel City – a new Eastside bar from former VOX Table beverage director Travis Tober, Via 313 owners Brandon and Zane Hunt, and Javelina co-owner Craig Primozich – that means serving "drinks" instead of "cocktails."..."

Everybody's Talking at You
Austin's reading series scene is booking good
Books Story  July 30, 2010, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...If print is dead, as has been suggested by the usual boys and girls who cry wolf every time a leaf drops, then there's a fierce plethora of literary zombies shambling through the Austin nightscape these days. Used to be, you couldn't walk two yards in this town without tripping over some unemployed bass player; now, the situation with reading series seems intent on reaching similar proportions...."

Playback: Fan Fest Upgrades
Fan Fest finally books locally; Housecore Horror co-founder Corey Mitchell dies
Music Column  October 30, 2014, by Kevin Curtin
"...International racing fans are pulling into Austin for the third annual Formula One weekend, and with it comes a three-day, four-stage musical block party known as Austin Fan Fest. The free Downtown event, counterpoint to pricey Circuit of the Americas branded gigs by Kid Rock and Duran Duran, has been hit or miss in its first two iterations, putting on well-selected performers of local and national provenance amongst a swath of casino circuit has-beens like last year's headliners of Berlin, Foreigner's Lou Gramm, and Everlast...."

From Beer to Infinity
Austin gets ready to host the nation's first-ever cooperatively run brewpub
Food Story  January 22, 2010, by Lee Nichols
"...But with the securing of an actual physical location late last year, those idealistic nuts at Black Star Co-op Pub & Brewery have taken a major step toward proving me wrong and establishing the nation's first-ever cooperatively run brewpub...."

Scotch Tastings and Rye Awards
Daily Austin food news
DAILY Food  March 30, 2016, by Brandon Watson
"...A few tickets remain unclaimed for tonight’s Women’s Club Wednesday scotch tasting at the W Hotel’s Secret Bar. Jessica Sanders of drink.well and the newly opened Backbeat will lead with sips of Glenfiddich 14 year, Balvenie 12 year, and Monkey Shoulder...."

Crystal Creek Persuasion
Austin distiller reinvents moonshine
Food Story  December 18, 2014, by Brandon Watson
"...Crystal Creek may not be the type of moonshine that gives you jake leg, but it does share one thing with Appalachian hooch. When it was time for co-founders Shane Berber and Sam Wakefield to test their recipe, the pair found a small cave in the Hill Country..."

Capital Idea!
On the phone, on the Web, on the farm, or in the store: giving a little Austin to the foodies on your gift list
Food Story  December 5, 2003
"...If you want to give Austin for Christmas, food is definitely the way to go. The Chronicle Food staff -- Mick Vann, MM Pack, Rachel Feit, Barbara Chisholm, Wes Marshall, Claudia Alarcón, and I -- has spent the past few weeks compiling the following annotated shopping list to give you plenty of good places to start..."

Gross In
Is any writer in Austin as revolting and entertaining as Andrew Hilbert?
Arts Story  April 21, 2016, by François Pointeau
"...Today, there isn't a subject too gross for Hilbert. Whether he's writing about decapitating teenagers in the suburbs of Los Angeles or a house becoming flesh and oozing a cocktail of bodily fluid, Hilbert takes already absurd situations to their grotesque end...."

Calling the Shots
The women defining Austin's cocktail culture
Food Story  January 22, 2015, by Claudia Alarcón
"...I love watching them work, learning their style, and enjoying the result as a lovingly crafted beverage appears in front of me. Once I feel comfortable at a place, I like to return..."

Just Like Heaven: UtopiaFest
Sixth year music gathering is worth the three-hour trek
DAILY Music  September 19, 2013, by Chase Hoffberger
"...Located just three hours southwest of Austin in Utopia, a tiny hamlet as idyllic as its name suggests, the Friday/Saturday festival has risen in name recognition since taking post in 2008. This year boasts its best lineup, with national headliners Galactic, !!!, rapper Blackalicious, and Funkadelic’s Bernie Worrell joining local highlights Grupo Fantasma/Brownout, Max Frost, Whiskey Shivers, and Ume...."

iHeartRadio Country Festival Review
Mainstream country owns Austin for one night only
DAILY Music  May 4, 2015, by Doug Freeman
"...Last year’s inaugural iHeartRadio Country Festival proved successful enough to inspire an even more ambitious second round Saturday night at the Frank Erwin Center. In addition to a total of 11 acts over five hours, the show staged an even more blatant promotional event, prompting both a Yahoo livestream and taping for a two-hour NBC special on May 27...."

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