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Taking Back the House
Texas Democrats say this could be their November
News Story  October 10, 2008, by Richard Whittaker
"...Instead, the Republican-run gerrymandering of the House, intended to build a permanent GOP majority in Texas and Washington, has apparently lasted but two full electoral cycles. In November 2006, the Dems recaptured five House seats: Allen Vaught in Dallas County's House District 107, Paula Pierson (Tarrant County, HD 93), Juan Garcia (Cal­houn County, HD 32), Ellen Cohen (Harris County, HD 134), and Valinda Bolton (Travis County, HD 47)..."

Paramount Summer Classic Film Series
Screens Story  May 31, 2002
"...Take the Money and Run (D: Woody Allen, 1969): Tue, 7/32, 7:30pm; Wed, 7/24, 9:25pm..."

Off the Record
Gearing up for the 2008 Austin City Limits Music Festival
Music Column  September 26, 2008, by Austin Powell
"...If writing about music is like dancing about architecture, imagine how difficult it must be to sign the otherworldly musings of the Mars Volta or Erykah Badu in real time. Such is the challenge facing Alive Performance Interpreting, an Austin-based network of American Sign Language interpreters that has worked with Austin City Limits, among other festivals, since 2002..."

Film Reviews
Recommended
News Story  November 3, 1995
"...Wentworth's sister. Now Captain Wentworth of the Royal British Navy (and if you don't think that's a glorious station in 19th-century life, just check out his hat), his star has risen just as precipitously as the Elliotts' has fallen..."

Film Reviews
Recommended
News Story  October 27, 1995
"...Wentworth's sister. Now Captain Wentworth of the Royal British Navy (and if you don't think that's a glorious station in 19th-century life, just check out his hat), his star has risen just as precipitously as the Elliotts' has fallen..."

Reflections
Screens Story  March 18, 1999
"...Big Monday follows Michael Rehfield -- in one continuous shot -- as he leaves the Manhattan apartment he shares with his fiancée for his first interview for a "real job." He meets a talkative acquaintance on the street, has breakfast with a friend for last-minute advice, and flirts with a tart coquette on the subway while she eats a banana in a rather telling fashion. In other words, not muchhappens, but for anyone approaching this filmaware of the technical challenges of shooting over one hour of activity -- in Manhattan -- in one shot, without cleverly disguised breaks à la Hitchcock's Rope, the thrill of seeing it done supersedes any lack of narrative activity..."

Film Reviews
Recommended
News Story  October 6, 1995
"...As a satire of a milieu, To Die For also has a Robert Altmanesque quality, but one that is stripped of all Altman's venomous belittlement of his characters. Buck Henry's smart script, which was adapted from Joyce Maynard's novel, employs the same sort of incisive social commentary that established Henry's satiric reputation early on with his outstanding television writing (The Steve Allen and Gary Moore shows, That Was the Week That Was, Get Smart) and scripts for films such as The Graduate and Catch-22..."

Naked City
Bill would save state $6 million per year, author says
News Story  May 27, 2005, by Jordan Smith
"..."Our probation system, as it exists today, is broken," Rep. Ray Allen, R-Grand Prairie, one of the bill's co-authors, told the Forth Worth Star-Telegram last month..."

Survival of the Fittest?
The unlikely story behind the Austin-based black comedy, Natural Selection.
Screens Story  February 4, 2000, by Marc Savlov
"... Natural Selection, produced by Austin Heart of Film Screenwriters Conference and Film Festival directors Marsha Milam and Barbara Morgan, directed by Mark Bristol, and written by B.J. Burrow and Allen Odom, opens this Friday for a one-week run at Landmark's Dobie Theatre before moving on to other outlets in the arthouse chain, though the film has already screened to standing-room-only crowds during its AFF premiere last fall..."

Reissues
Los Zafiros
Music Story  August 26, 1999
"...Shame on You (Bloodshot) REX ALLEN..."

Film Reviews
Recommended
News Story  November 17, 1995
"...These alienated teens are TV babies, whose no tions about love and affection sound just as deep as the advertising slogans the y were reared on. Nicknamed X, Xavier adds an ambisexual challenge to the couple 's sexual diet; he adds, if you will, an X factor to the situation..."

Live Shots
Music Story  April 15, 1999
"...-- Christopher Hess THE MARSHALL ALLEN/TYRONE HILL QUARTET..."

Ring in the HollyDaze
Holiday Movie Previews
Screens Story  November 29, 1996, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Star draws, however, are everywhere: Shirley MacLaine in The Evening Star, Michelle Pfeiffer and George Clooney as the handsomest couple alive in One Fine Day, Winona Ryder and Daniel Day-Lewis in The Crucible, Madonna and Antonio Banderas in Evita, Woody Harrelson and Courtney Love in The People Vs. Larry Flynt, John Travolta in Michael, Nicole Kidman in The Portrait of a Lady, Tom Cruise in Jerry Maguire, Debbie Reynolds in Albert Brooks' Mother, Kenneth Branagh in Hamlet, Jack Lemmon and James Garner in My Fellow Americans, Walter Matthau and Ossie Davis in I'm Not Rappaport, Julia Roberts and Goldie Hawn in Woody Allen's Everyone Says I Love You, and Diane Keaton and Meryl Streep in Marvin's Room...."

Texas Book Festival Announces Full Lineup
From R.L. Stine to Reza Aslan, 225-plus converge on the Capitol
DAILY Books  September 10, 2013, by Monica Riese
"...Homes, May We Be Forgiven: A Novel Bronwen Hruska, Accelerated: A Novel Lindsay Hunter, Don't Kiss Me: Stories Paulette Jiles, Lighthouse Island Stephen Graham Jones, Flushboy Zachary Karabashliev, 18% Gray Kathleen Kent, The Outcasts Julie Kibler, Calling Me Home Brian Kimberling, Snapper Adam Langer, The Salinger Contract Joe R. Lansdale, The Thicket Starling Lawrence, The Thief of Words Jonathan Lethem, Dissident Gardens Jeff Lindsay, Dexter's Final Cut: A Novel Kelly Luce, Three Scenarios in Which Hana Sasaki Grows a Tail Eric Lundgren, The Facades Fiona Maazel, Woke Up Lonely Adam Mansbach, The Dead Run Ayana Mathis, The Twelve Tribes of Hattie Joyce Maynard, After Her Colin McAdam, A Beautiful Truth James McBride, The Good Lord Bird Fiona McFarlane, The Night Guest Shannon McKenna Schmidt, Writers Between the Covers Carson Mell, Saguaro: The Life and Adventures of Bobby Allen Bird Peter Orner, Last Car Over the Sagamore Bridge George Pelecanos, The Double (Spero Lucas) Neal Pollack, Open Your Heart (A Matt Bolster Yoga Mystery) Wayne Rebhorn, Boccaccio's The Decameron Ray Robertson, David Ethan Rutherford, The Peripatetic Coffin and Other Stories Bob Shacochis, The Woman Who Lost Her Soul Elissa Schappell, Blueprints for Building Better Girls Robin Sloan, Mr..."

Election News
Does this campaign chest make me look fat?
News Story  April 18, 2008, by Lee Nichols, Amy Smith and Wells Dunbar
"...Money may not be completely predictive of an election outcome, but the rather obvious conclusion to be gleaned from looking at the campaign and expenditure reports in the Place 1 race is that Jason Meeker's challenge to incumbent Lee Leffingwell hasn't gotten much traction. In fact, Meeker isn't doing much better than the intentionally low-budget campaign of the third candidate in the race, Allen Demling..."

10,000 B.C.
After all those cataclysmic movies like Independence Day and The Day After Tomorrow, it seems right that Roland Emmerich has now turned his focus to the beginnings of civilization.

Film Review  March 14, 2008, by Marc Savlov
"...is asinine on an grand scale. Emmerich, the director of Independence Day and The Day After Tomorrow, has been styling himself in the mold of master-of-disaster Irwin Allen for some time now, and with 10,000 B.C..."

Naked City
Headlines and happenings from around the world
News Story  March 19, 2004, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...Wilson's loss to Alma Allen means the 28-year veteran must immediately give up his chairmanship of the House Ways and Means Committee – which throws a wrench into plans, if indeed there are any, for a spring special session on public school finance. See 'No More Taxes: Capisce?'...."

2003 Texas Book Festival Preview
Books Story  November 7, 2003
"...10:30-11:30am CER E2.010Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch Mary Margaret McAllen Amberson, Don Graham, Moderator: Mark Busby..."

Postmarks
Our readers talk back.
Columns  August 16, 2002
"...Disagreement is part and parcel of democracy. I challenge you to name one instance where that has happened..."

Postmarks
Columns  August 9, 2002
"...Allen Gilmer..."

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