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"...Had the divorce case remained in Travis County, it's possible that Janet Kennedy would not have ended up on a seemingly endless, pitfall-ridden journey for justice. Family law attorney Ted Terry represented Janet in the Travis Co..."
"...Steve Hotze sells some snake oil, Harry Reid feels personally victimized, and Terry Canales shoots from the hip. Opinions are on the News Ticker...."
"...Considering that these cumulative expenses far outweigh the balance in Bradley's personal bank account, Hathaway concluded that the developer has a pretty good life. The current monthly child support payments of $4,000, plus an additional $2,200 for extracurricular activities, might seem extravagant for a 9-year-old boy -- and Ted Terry, a prominent divorce lawyer who is representing Bradley's ex-wife -- agrees..."
"...Now comfortably established in the Tuesday happy-hour slot at the Hole in the Wall, the site of Roddy's first gig after moving here from Dallas in 1985 (he played drums), the band also makes regular appearances at other dimly lit Austin shrines like the Carousel Lounge, Broken Spoke, Continental Club, and Ginny's Little Longhorn. And since he's been in Austin 15 years now, Roddy's list of stage and studio Troubadors reads like an honor roll of local instrumental talent: Muse, Tear Time co-producer Jim Stringer, Dave Biller, Lisa Pankratz, John X Reed, Kevin Smith, Brad Fordham, Dave Wessolowski, Dave Sanger, Terry Kirkendall, Andrew Nofziger, Landis Armstrong, Jon Hahn, Randy "Tater" Glines, Chris Johnson, and Darcie Deaville...."
"...Richard Raymond Harry Herbeck’s script takes all the right lessons from the landmark of the genre, 1987’s The Stepfather, in that he never tries to pretend to the audience that everything is right with Anna. Like Terry O’Quinn washing blood off his hands after he killed his last adopted family, only here it's the girl the family thinks is Anna being assisted by a strange man in kidnapping the real Anna..."
"...John Terry saves Chelsea early in overtime as he heads a Giggs shot away to safety. Cech was out of position on the play and had to thank Terry for the help on that one...."
"...Although Poston figures prominently in the Troubadors -- especially on their many he-said-she-said songs -- and Roddy lets her fly solo for a song or two nearly every set, she naturally wanted to put together her own band. For the first of her many contacts, she approached Dale Watson's then-drummer Terry Kirkendall...."
"...So we started passing the hat, but we wanted to make it kind of unique, so we incorporated it into our gospel parodies. We'd end the show with Shannon doing Aimee Semple McPherson, soliciting money for someone with a disease so terrible you couldn't even say the name." After Sedwick would point to cast member Terry Galloway doing a Tiny Tim schtick and plead, "If we can just get a few more dollars for poor little Jimmy," Shelton would roar in with "Do you have the spirit??? Let me hear you say you've got the spirit!!" And, Shelton says, "it worked because we were also passing the hat for ourselves." A few pages later, we learn Sister Ruth also sank a series of Follies shows with the city after opening one in Zilker Park with an F-bomb..."
"...To bring recognition to the Negro's supremacy in jazz was the most effective and constructive form of social protest I could think of." Thus, Hammond brought together artists from jazz, Count Basie, stride pianist James P. Johnson, Sidney Bechet and his New Orleans Footwarmers; blues, Big Bill Broonzy, Sonny Terry, Ida Cox; gospel, Mitchell's Christian Singers, the Golden Gate Quartet; and boogie-woogie, Meade Lux Lewis, Pete Johnson, Albert Ammons..."
"... The House races: Again, the numbers are really too small to say much more than that Jason Earle and Valinda Bolton in District 47, and Jeff Fleece and Don Zimmerman in District 50, ended in a tie, though both Bolton and Fleece managed to inch ahead of their rivals on the basis of stronger support in fewer boxes. Bill Welch, on the other hand, might have wanted to, and was widely expected to, finish a little stronger than he actually did as he goes into a run-off with Alex Castano, considering how many poobahs dubbed him the "favorite" and the "consensus candidate" (we're looking at you, 701 Brazos) to succeed Terry Keel..."
"...This was also a very tough choice, because at least three of the four candidates are well qualified on the merits, and Dem voters may well be choosing the candidate with the best shot to replace incumbent Rep. Terry Keel, who resigned to run for the Court of Criminal Appeals..."
"...12 MONKEYSD: Terry Gilliam; with Bruce Willis, Madeleine Stowe, Brad Pitt, Christopher Plummer, Frank Gorshin, Jon Seda. (R, 130 min.) Terry Gilliam may be the most gifted cinematic surrealist since Luis Bu–uel and, while his newest film fits more squarely into the category of science fiction than that of fantasy, his quirky, disquieting, and thoroughly unique vision is on full display once again. Virtually no one else could have made this film as well as he has (indeed, the thought of 12 Monkeys falling into the hands of someone like Steven Spielberg is nearly as disturbing as the movieÕs premise)..."
"..."Lubbock Texas," Terry Edwards..."
"...Hedged praise? Absolutely. One wishes -- fervently -- for a dose of the intelligent, genuinely witty kid-targeted comedy writing delivered by Terry Gilliam in The Adventures of Baron Munchausen or Ron Clements and Ted Elliott in Aladdin..."
"...Directed by: Ted Kotcheff. Starring: Andrew McCarthy, Jonathan Silverman, Catherine Mary Stewart and Terry Kiser..."
"...(Classic) 2.5 stars (Honky) 1.5 stars -- Raoul Hernandez TERRY BOZZIO..."
"...Has Welch talked to outgoing Rep. Terry Keel about this? Keel, a Republican, could be wildly unpredictable on the House floor, but you could count on him to break ranks to help kill a voucher bill..."
"...seat currently held by GOP Rep. Terry Keel..."
"...Also on the summer horizon are a number of films from well-known autuers: Terry Gilliam's Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Whit Stillman's The Last Days of Disco, Steven Soderbergh's Out of Sight, Henry Jaglom's Déjà Vu, Hal Hartley's Henry Fool, Tom DiCillo's The Real Blonde, and Brian Di Palma's Snake Eyes, to name but a few...."
"...Contributions from Attorneys: Terry Bray (Graves, Dougherty, Hearon, & Moody), $2,000; Pike Powers (Fulbright & Jaworski), $1,500...."