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Horns Squeak by CFU, but Should Pass on the Purple Drank
DAILY Sports  September 17, 2007, by Joe O'Connell
"...Consider the University of Florida where in the offseason football player Brandon James and basketball player Brandon Powell were arrested after reportedly buying marijuana from an undercover police officer. Last April offensive lineman Ronnie Matthew Wilson was arrested on charges of aggravated assault, simple battery and use or display of a concealed weapon during the commission of a felony..."

The Rock
Explosions and tough-guy heroics rule in this Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer production.
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Film Review  June 7, 1996, by Marc Savlov
"...It's a race against time with the fate of the entire San Francisco population hanging in the balance, and a remarkably swift two-and-a-half-hours in the bargain. Director Bay has streamlined his action-movie chops since Bad Boys -- The Rock moves along at roughly the same speed as a Six Flags roller coaster, barely pausing to set up the initial story line and then refusing to even pause for breath, cramming in enough stylized angles, breakneck editing, and nail-eradicating excitement to give Jan de Bont a run for his money..."

Who Saved the Electric Car?
SXSW Eco speakers applies purchasing power to environmental issues
DAILY News  October 13, 2014, by Richard Whittaker
"...In 2008, she was arrested in front of the White House. By 2011, she was inside, meeting with President Obama to discuss the Keysone XL pipeline..."

BPness, Part 2: A (Long) Line (of Boom) in the Sand
Notes from Kate's trip thru Lafourche Parish to Grand Isle, LA., Part 2.
DAILY The Gay Place  June 25, 2010, by Kate X Messer
"..."You are allowed take all the pictures you want, ma'am. You just cannot cross that line." That bright orange line of boom? "The line of sand." That 3-foot high sandy berm? The berm..."

The AggreGAYtor: January 21
Your daily dose of LGBTQIA news
DAILY The Gay Place  January 21, 2013, by Brandon Watson
"...• David Bowie’s stunt-double Lady Gaga is rumored to be on the line-up at one of the many, many inaugural balls...."

The Awful Truth
Home Work
Arts Story  October 13, 1995
"...I had discovered a second major peril of working at home. Aside from mind-numbing loneliness, there is the endless cycle of domestic chores, which are no sooner finished than they have to be done again..."

My Semester on the Beat
Wherein our reporter pursues the bad guys, abhors Problem People, studies community policing, and earns a perfect attendance koozie in the APD's Citizen Police Academy
News Story  December 1, 2006, by Nora Ankrum
"..."No one wants an officer not to consider the circumstance," he said. Even Charlie Ortiz's explanation of the department's pursuit policy reflects this shift in thinking: "Pursuits [used to be] undisciplined relative to today," he said..."

Raped by the Players
A lawsuit against an Austin dot-com firm reveals a world of fast times.
News Story  January 18, 2002, by Jordan Smith
"...Since that May night, Capece has had to deal with the psychological and emotional aftereffects, as well as a legal whirlwind. Her journey to the courtroom was anything but direct, and her lawsuit has raised larger questions about corporate responsibility and companies that woo employees to the fast-paced high tech environment with promises of hard work, quick money, and fast times -- intentionally blurring the line between business and pleasure..."

Rain, Broken Glass, and a Dead Body in the Dumpster
Fourteen hours of Elizabeth Reeder's A Very Bad Day
Screens Story  August 17, 2007, by Marrit Ingman
"...As Reeder (Bush's Brain) presents the cast with add-ons to the shot list, Test Prep Guy's modest lounge area is converted to an office: a desk brought in, a computer set up, binders and blotters and Post-Its strategically assembled. The room is illuminated with a Chinese lantern for fill light and plastered with K-Line Dulling Spray..."

The Skinny on Satellite
News Story  December 17, 2004, by Jordan Smith
"...Receivers are sold separately, including a variety of sat-radio receivers for use in the car, at home, or with a sat-radio-ready boom box. XM's line includes the Delphi SkyFi 2 (about $130), the only receiver with "pause" and "replay" functions, and the new Delphi XM MyFi, the first battery-pack operated handheld receiver ($350)..."

From the Archive: Welcome to Chaos
Originally published on Nov. 12, 1993: ATCEMS saves lives every day, but the stresses of the job have high costs
News Story  May 7, 2015, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Turning on the siren, Hart looks back through the small window that separates the cab from the vehicle's mobile emergency room, and grins. "We go in quick, buddy," he says, "tag and bag 'em." There's just enough light to see the adrenaline glint in his eyes...."

The Bicycle Thief
Police say James Clayton befriended – then ripped off – many Austin bicyclists
News Story  April 10, 2009, by Rob D'Amico
"...Abels didn't delete the post but revised it to add: "Honestly I don't know anyone involved so I can't say what's true and what's not but most of what's on this page is bullshit anyways, so don't sweat it too bad James. As that old book says, 'The truth shall set you free.' Would the poster of the deleted [Craigslist] entry care to let me know the motivation behind this allegation? If so drop me a line..."

Off the Record
Jon Dee Graham goes under the lens for a new documentary, Joel Laviolette culls spirits with Rattletree Marimba, and the new Austin Music Hall finally opens (sort of)
Music Column  November 30, 2007, by Austin Powell
"...Footage from shows in Washington, D.C.; New York City; and around Austin made the cut both visually and sonically; a supplementary live album gets the CD-release treatment this Friday at the Continental Club. "Just like when you read between the lines, there's a lot of stuff that's not even talked still there," says Graham..."

Katrina Through the Eyes of an EMT
Philipp Meyer, a fellow at the Michener Center for Writers at UT and an EMT, drove to New Orleans and spent 24 hours working with a local police department as an EMT.
News Story  September 2, 2005, by Philipp Meyer
"...I rode in one of them with about a dozen police officers and National Guard soldiers. There were downed power lines everywhere, across every block, it seemed..."

The Worst Is Yet to Come
Austin's Emergency Operations Center
News Story  April 28, 1995
"...A torrential downpour forces the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) to start releasing water from the lakes, flooding areas along lakes Travis and Austin, as well as Town Lake, while Austin's creeks overflow their banks. The temperature drops sharply as the wind gusts up to 20-30 miles per hour, tearing power and telephone lines from their poles..."

The Action's in Place 3
Shade, Tovo, Nofziger race most watched and closely contested
News Story  April 29, 2011, by Wells Dunbar
"...After months of speculation over whether Shade would face a viable opponent – and before the email headlines, it looked unlikely – she now faces two. Challenger Kathie Tovo, tested in the world of neighborhood politics (as a leader of the Bouldin Creek Neighborhood Assoc­ia­tion and the Austin Neighborhoods Council as well as a planning commissioner), has also been intimately involved with a current hot issue – public schools – having advocated against school closures on the Austin Independent School District's Facility Master Plan Task Force..."

Quin Galavis Track Premiere
Dark songwriter lets a little light in
DAILY Music  June 12, 2017, by Kevin Curtin
"...Less than 10 months after releasing his melancholic magnum opus, My Life in Steel and Concrete, emotionally intense songwriter Quin Galavis returns with The Battery Line, his personal pop apex. Don’t worry, it’s not as uplifting as it sounds...."

Quin Galavis
Music Review  June 22, 2017, by Tim Stegall
"...A dead-eyed visage staring out grimly from the cover of last year's triumphant double album My Life in Steel and Concrete quick-sketched an instant portrait of Quin Galavis, Dead Space/False Idol member and young, tortured artist. The Battery Line opener "Garden Wall" churns grimier than anything on Steel and Concrete or the lo-fi twang of solo bow Should Have Known You in 2011, dirty guitars punctuated by fuzz bursts that quickly indulge a Nineties alt-rock manic depression built on a muted, minor key verse with a louder, major key chorus..."

Safety Net
Chillin' with a trio of Austin's hippest emergency-services personnel
Music Story  November 2, 2001, by Christopher Gray
"...Around dusk on Tuesday, Oct. 23, a line of humanity snakes down Nueces Street, waiting for the Austin Music Hall's doors to open..."

This Ain't No Picnic: Minutemen on Patrol
The sinister legions of the 'Drug Cartel' have little to fear from the latest incarnation of border hysteria. As for the rest of us ...
News Story  October 28, 2005, by Diana Welch
"..."I dress in disguise, go to their meetings, and post the stupid things they say on the Internet." Asked about that open border the lefties idealized, Lawless stuck out her tongue and said, "Eeew! Do you want to have drug smugglers as your neighbors?" On the gray-haired woman's hip was a handgun she described as a "Glock before there was a Glock." "The people who carry drugs, and who sell them, are armed," Lawless continued. "And they are not nice people." A Suburban, dubbed by its driver the "War Wagon," came dusting up the drive carrying Bob, who declined to give his last name – for the protection of his wife, who otherwise might become a target of "the drug cartels" – and Terry Trautman, a local gunsmith..."

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