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Austin Film Festival: Tear Me Apart
A very British post-apocalypse film
DAILY Screens  November 1, 2015, by Richard Whittaker
"...The end of the world will be a strange place, but not one quite bereft of all hope. That's the somber message of Tear Me Apart, the new British post-apocalyptic horror-thriller...."

The Best of Me
It's getting hard to tell one Nicholas Sparks adaptation from another amid all the dross.

Film Review  October 17, 2014, by Kimberley Jones
"...As high school sweethearts in the early Nineties (cue Toad the Wet Sprocket and Spin Doctors, to absolutely no one’s entertainment), rich but kind Amanda (Liberato) and poor but noble Dawson (Bracey, a 25-year-old badly passing for 16) try to keep the wolves at bay, including her disapproving pop and his cartoon-evil dad. We know something will tear them apart, because as grownups they’ve become, respectively, a sweater-set mom with a high ponytail (Monaghan) and a lonely oil rig worker still pining for Amanda (Marsden)..."

Top 10 Festival Films You Haven't Seen Yet
Fox fairies, ultra-violence, and amnesia dominated 2015
DAILY Screens  January 2, 2016, by Richard Whittaker
"...Chances you’ll see it: Great, especially if you life near an Alamo Drafthouse. They'll be taking part in a Spring 2016 release through mTuckman Media, with nationwide 35mm screenings (and only 35mm), as Hauck intended. 9: Tear Me Apart..."

'I'm Worse Than Prince'
Bump & Hustle's marathon Kool Keith interview, sound-bitten
DAILY Music  November 11, 2008, by Thomas Fawcett
"...What streets are they talking about? There are no streets. I respect someone who says, ‘I’m coming out of the Wal-Mart with the shopping cart, and I'm gonna tear you apart!’ If you want to talk about K-Mart, Motel 6, and the Waffle House, then we might have a record..."

Top 10 Festival Films You Haven't Seen Yet
Last year's unseen genre gems to add to your must-see list
DAILY Screens  January 1, 2017, by Richard Whittaker
"...9) Tear Me Apart: This grisly but moving take on the post-apocalyptic cannibal trope (with the cannibals as the heroes) is on Amazon Video now, and is free to watch if you're a Prime member...."

Austin Film Festival Announces Full Lineup
John Singleton and Chris Cooper to be honored
DAILY Screens  September 30, 2015, by Josh Kupecki
"...Tear Me Apart World Premiere Writer: Tom Kerevan Director: Alex Lightman..."

Record Reviews
Music Review  March 14, 1997
"...According to their press release, Lutefisk's new album is called either "Burn in HellFuckers," "Burn in Hell, Fuckers," or "Burn in Hell Fuckers!" This L.A. foursome are like that: They get their message across, but they're a little sloppy with the details. BiHF (with or without comma and exclamation point) picks up where their debut, Deliver From Porcelain: Theme and Variations left off, sounding like a cross between the Grifters (with a little less interest in making sure that everything that falls apart gets put back together again) and Frank Zappa..."

Series 7: The Contenders
Forgive me for stating the obvious: American culture is in the grip of reality TV. Furthermore, every armchair sociologist in the land has an opinion, entertainment forecast, or theory as...
Film Review  May 11, 2001, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...The only prize to be won is life itself and the dubious honor of playing one more round. Minahan also shows some cleverness in a Goth music video parody he sets to Joy Division's “Love Will Tear Us Apart.” Otherwise, Series 7 casts us adrift in a contempo world ruled by gladiatorial zeal and bloodless emperors...."

Peter Hook: Life in a Northern Town
Joy Division/New Order bassist resurrects two classic LPs
DAILY Music  September 17, 2013, by Richard Whittaker
"...I must say that some of the best moments in my life, apart from the obvious, would be listening to people’s LPs. Ian Drury..."

Live Shots
Music Story  November 28, 1997
"...With or without the big hits and giant props, they're still four Dubliners who've played together since their teens -- something readily apparent as the band opened with Pop's electronic throb opus "Mofo" and segued into "I Will Follow," both songs as urgent and explosive as the band's recent trips to Belfast and Sarajevo. The way Bono and Edge cavorted together, one in black and the other in white, during "Mysterious Ways," and stood maybe two feet apart during an acoustic "Staring at the Sun," gave them away cold: They were having fun..."

Live Shots
Music Story  August 30, 1996
"..."What doesn't kill me, only makes me stronger." Whether that ancient German rock critic Fred Nietzsche realized it or not, this little bon mot perfectly describes what roadwork does for a band: It'll either make you shit-hot, or tear you apart. Apparently, six weeks of being crammed into a van -- learning everyone's distinctive scents and peculiarities -- was the perfect inoculation for Sincola..."

Where the Heart Begins
Columns  December 11, 1998, by Michael Ventura
"...There is the "I" you sign your checks with, the "I" that says "I love you," the "I" that says "I will," "I won't," "I might" -- and for the artist there is another "I," less predictable than any, the "I" that conducts some charge of spiritual electricity intent on making itself present in the world. That artist-I is a stranger who makes irresistible and often inexplicable demands upon the one who carries its name -- demands that may drive you to the edge, or over the edge, yet will surely tear you apart if denied..."

The Love Parade
Star-cross'd love, superhero-style
DAILY Screens  July 8, 2008, by Kimberley Jones
"...I think you know I’m a big sucker for the love stuff. A good love story requires conflict, something that keeps the intended lovers apart..."

Lege Lines: The “Sanctuary Cities” Bill's Detrimental Effect
Can anybody reasonably testify in support of SB 4?
News Story  March 23, 2017, by Mary Tuma
"...Most of the speakers, as one witness noted, were non-Latino residents. Indeed, immigration attorneys, faith leaders, activists, and citizens warned the committee that SB 4 would tear families apart, lead to racial profiling, and prevent witnesses of domestic violence and child abuse from coming forward out of fear of deportation. [inset-1-right]..."

Sad Songs Say So Much
Old Settler's Fest headliner and soul survivor Bettye LaVette loves country but the bad old days not so much
Music Story  April 18, 2008, by Thomas Fawcett
"...The albums drip with emotional versions of songs by writers like Dolly Parton, Sinéad O'Connor, and Lucinda Williams. On her devastating, snail-paced take of Willie Nelson's "Somebody Pick Up My Pieces" from The Scene of the Crime, LaVette warns, "Don't you follow my footsteps, step right over my trail/'Cause the road is too darn narrow and your footin' could fail/And the fall to the bottom, it could tear you apart/You'll be right back here pickin' up pieces of you and your heart."..."

Safe. Mutual. Respect.
JD Samson (wo)mans up for the Gay Place.
DAILY Qmmunity  March 30, 2011, by Cindy Widner
"...AC: It seems that was a big thing with Le Tigre – being accessible to their fans. JD: Yeah, I think that in a way, some people are afraid of Kathleen because she can really tear someone apart on the mic. My personality is a little too nice..."

Gay Place
Gay Place loves you
Columns  February 11, 2011, by Kate X Messer
"...i love you i need your love tonight ain't talkin' 'bout love prove my love shake your love love is a battlefield love the one you're with love struck baby baby i love your way love hurts whole lotta love love my way L.O.V.E. love eyes making love out of nothing at all she loves you love is like oxygen can you feel the love tonight love is a many splendored thing love me tender love machine one love love for sale is this love love divine where did our love go love is all around do you love me love don't cost a thing my love lost without your love love of my life groovy kind of love friday i'm in love you can't hurry love ready for love love you better bad love crazy love i will always love you somebody to love the book of love you are what you love crazy little thing called love what about love love comes quickly love hangover saving all my love for you love goes where my rosemary goes on the wings of love i fell in love addicted to love love will tear us apart love song you give love a bad name love me two times hello i love you love will keep us together love me do love is love tonight i celebrate my love for you silly love songs ever fallen in love glory of love best of my love when i fall in love show me love thug love that's amore..."

'The Austin Chronicle' and Richard Linklater
The beginning of a beautiful friendship
Screens Story  October 3, 2003, by Louis Black
"...I'm sitting at a table holding a newspaper; more than reading, I'm crazily gripping it as though I want to tear it apart and devour it...."

Old Friends/Bookends
Sex, drugs, and rock & roll. And books.
Music Story  December 7, 2012, by Margaret Moser
"...It had places and spaces for people to sit and read, and to walk in there often was to see its owner doing just that. And looking supremely happy. Love Will Tear Us Apart..."

How Safe Is Your E-Vote?
Proponents of electronic voting promise no repeat of Florida in 2000, but critics say it could be even worse
News Story  February 20, 2004, by Lee Nichols
"...It's just a matter of time. Then the bad guy can tear it apart..."

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