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Elizabeth Crook’s The Which Way Tree
Chasing revenge on the Texas frontier in this remarkable new novel from the author of Monday, Monday
Arts Story  March 8, 2018, by Robert Faires
"...A dead-of-night close encounter with such a beast would be fearsome enough, but by the time this one occurs in The Which Way Tree, the reader already knows this particular panther. It was responsible for mauling the girl Sam – short for Samantha – when she was 6 and surely would have killed her had it not been for her mother Juda fearlessly leaping on its back and hacking at it with a hatchet..."

Texas Book Festival 2018: The Full List
Lineup includes Cecile Richards, Julián Castro, + 280 more
DAILY Arts  August 29, 2018, by Robert Faires
"...Adult Fiction Jeffrey Abbott – The Three Beths Heather Abel – The Optimistic Decade [image-3-right] Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah – Friday Black Rumaan Alam – That Kind of Mother Xhenet Aliu – Brass Chloe Benjamin – The Immortalists Lou Berney – November Road Chaya Bhuvaneswar – White Dancing Elephants Sarah Bird – Daughter of a Daughter of a Queen David Bowles – Feathered Serpent, Dark Heart of Sky: Myths of Mexico Margaret Bradham Thornton – A Theory of Love Jamel Brinkley – A Lucky Man: Stories Rita Bullwinkel – Belly Up: Stories Edward Carey – Little Elaine Castillo – America Is Not the Heart Adrienne Celt – Invitation to a Bonfire Sandra Cisneros – Pura Amor Alyssa Cole – A Duke by Default Naima Coster – Halsey Street Elizabeth Crook – The Which Way Tree Jennifer Donaldson – Lies You Never Told Me Aja Gabel – The Ensemble Meg Gardiner – Into the Black Nowhere Jasmine Guillory – The Wedding Date Louisa Hall – Trinity Julia Heaberlin – Paper Ghosts: A Novel of Suspense Rachel Heng – Suicide Club: A Novel About Living Debra Jo Immergut – The Captives Shelley Jackson – Riddance, or The Sybil Joines Vocational School for Ghost Speakers and Hearing-Mouth Children Chelsey Johnson – Stray City Caleb Johnson – Treeborne [image-4-left] Tayari Jones – An American Marriage Sophie Jordan – Beautiful Sinner: A Devil's Rock Novel Jack Kaulfus – Tomorrow or Forever & Other Stories R.O. Kwan – The Incendiaries Catherine Lacey – Certain American States: Stories Lillian Li – Number One Chinese Restaurant Julia London – Seduced by a Scot (The Highland Grooms) Jason Lutes – Berlin Ling Ma – Severance Rebecca Makkai – The Great Believers Stephen Markley – Ohio Cathy Maxwell – A Match Made in Bed: A Spinster Heiresses Novel Stefan Merrill Block – Oliver Loving Fatima Farheen Mirza – A Place for Us Wyétu Moore – She Would Be King Walter Mosley – John Woman Celeste Ng – Little Fires Everywhere Tommy Orange – There There Miriam Parker – The Shortest Way Home Frances de Pontes Peebles – The Air You Breathe Daniel Peña – Bang Camille Perri – When Katie Met Cassidy Turk Pipkin – The Moleskin Mystery and All for Love Brontez Purnell – Since I Laid My Burden Down Jamie Quatro – Fire Sermon Donald Quist – For Other Ghosts Shobha Rao – Girls Burn Brighter [image-5-right] Cydney Rax – A Sister's Secret Ingrid Rojas Contreras – Fruit of the Drunken Tree Steven Saylor – The Throne of Caesar John Scalzi – Head On: A Novel of the Near Future V.E..."

Texas Book Festival 2017: The Full List
Dan Rather, Jeffrey Eugenides, the Bush sisters, and 291 more
DAILY Arts  September 12, 2017, by Robert Faires
"...Morgan Babst – The Floating World Rosecrans Baldwin – The Last Kid Left Robert Jackson Bennett – City of Miracles Olga Campos Benz – It's News to Me Christopher Brown – Tropic of Kansas Julie Buntin – Marlena C. Robert Cargill – Sea of Rust Jessie Chaffee – Florence in Ecstasy Dan Chaon – Ill Will Zing Clemmons – What We Lose: A Novel Patty Yumi Cottrell – Sorry to Disrupt the Peace Elizabeth Crane – Turf Jeffrey Cranor & Joseph Fink – It Devours! Elizabeth Crook – The Which Way Tree Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney – The Nest Nicky Drayden – The Prey of Gods Jennifer Egan – Manhattan Beach Owen Egerton – Hollow Nathan Englander – Dinner at the Center of the Earth Jeffrey Eugenides – Fresh Complaint Emily Fridlund – Catapult: Stories and History of Wolves Cristina Garcia – Here in Berlin Sarah Rafael Garcia – SanTana's Fairy Tales Meg Gardiner – Unsub Ryan Gattis – Safe Tom Gauld – Baking with Kafka Nelson George – To Funk and Die in L.A. Manuel Gonzales – The Regional Office Is Under Attack! Christine Granados – Fight Like a Man Daryl Gregory – Spoonbenders Amelia Grey – Isadora Gabe Habash – Stephen Florida Daniel Handler – All the Dirty Parts Rodrigo Hasbún – Affections Laden Hubbard – The Talented Ribkins Lindsay Hunter – Eat Only When You're Hungry Jack Jemc – The Grip of It Rachel Kadish – The Weight of Ink Christina Baker Kline – A Piece of the World Lisa Ko – The Leavers Nicole Krauss – Forest Dark Min Jin Lee – Pachinko Melissa Lenhardt – Sawbones Jardine Libaire – White Fur Attica Locke – Bluebird, Bluebird Fiona Maazel – A Little More Human Simeon Marsalis – As Lie Is to Grin Claire Messud – The Burning Girl Mary Miller – Always Happy Hour Tim Murphy – Christodora Alissa Nutting – Made for Love Deji Bryce Olukotun – After the Flare Jorge Cepeda Patterson – Milena Natasha Pulley – The Bedlam Stacks Alisha Rai – Hate to Want You Jan Reid – Sins of the Younger Sons K Arsenault Rivera – The Tiger's Daughter Emily Robbins – A Word For Love Rakesh Satyal – No One Can Pronounce My Name Cat Sebastian – Ruin of a Rake Jessica Shattuck – The Women in the Castle Karen Shepard – Kiss Me Someone Mia Sosa – Acting on Impulse Bradley Spinelli – The Painted Gun Adam Sternbergh – The Blinds Jonny Sun – Everyone's an Aliebn When Ur an Aliebn Too Paco Ignacio Taibo II – Four Hands and Pancho Villa Takes Zacatecas Gabriel Tallent – My Absolute Darling Sherry Thomas – A Study in Scarlet Women and Conspiracy in Belgravia Amita Trasi – The Color of Our Sky Deb Olin Unferth – Wait Till You See Me Dance: Stories Weike Wang – Chemistry Amanda Eyre Ward – The Nearness of You Stephanie Powell Watts – No One Is Coming to Save Us..."

Point Austin: The Gift Horse
On our way to the altar, it's not too late to check the Samsung family tree
News Column  October 14, 2005, by Michael King


Back to the Tree House
Writer Sybil Rosen and actress Alia Shawkat on falling in love with Blaze Foley again, and for the first time
Features Story  August 16, 2018, by Eric Kohn
"...– Excerpt from Living in the Woods in a Tree: Remembering Blaze Foley by Sybil Rosen..."

The Daily Hustle: 6/29/10
Council Present honors Council Past
DAILY News  June 29, 2010, by Wells Dunbar
"...Sure, the Hustle was a little peeved that council didn't name the tiny, triangular plot of parkland south of City Hall Grackle Oaks, but Margret Hofmann Park is good too. Serving on council from 1975 to 1977, Hoffmann foreshadowed future green initiatives through her love of trees...."

Then There's This: Save the Trees!
Groups aim to spare seven Downtown trees
News Column  June 1, 2012, by Amy Smith
"...Leaders of the Austin Heritage Tree Foundation and other like-minded folks will hold a rally at noon Saturday at City Hall plaza to try to save seven healthy trees destined for the chopping block. This is a hastily put-together call to action, but organizers hope to draw a large enough crowd to help sway City Council to rescind its decision last week to grant the removal of the trees – six heritage and one protected – from the corner of Cesar Chavez and San Antonio streets...."

The Ballad of Townes & Blaze
The twisted but not-so-tall tale of Van Zandt and Foley, Lonesome Dove meets Barfly
Features Story  August 16, 2018, by Sybil Rosen
"...He showed up in West Georgia from who-knows-where, a lanky, bashful, country boy. We fell into a tree house in the woods, gleefully poor and frequently mind-altered, and there he began to dream up the legend of Blaze Foley...."

The Year of the Rabbit
The Origin
Food Story  February 11, 1999, by Mick Vann
"...The Money Tree, or Yao-Ch'ien-shu, has to be set up. This is a pine or cypress branch, threaded through a dried persimmon and placed in a pot filled with rice (the original Christmas tree)..."

DVDanger: The Hallow
There’s something evil in the woods
DAILY Screens  April 9, 2016, by Richard Whittaker
"...Unfortunately, that’s exactly where Adam (Joseph Mawle, Game of Thrones, Ripper Street) and Clare (Bojana Novakovic, Drag Me to Hell) find themselves. He’s a forestry scientist, sent to map an ancient forest that’s set for sale and clearance..."

The Night He Came to Fantastic Fest
Genre fest announces Halloween for opening night
DAILY Screens  August 22, 2018, by Richard Whittaker
"...Carlitos’ passion is stealing; the things he covets, he takes. But when he meets Ramon at his school, he embarks on his true calling: armed robberies and violent crimes. THE BASTARDS’ FIG TREE D: Ana Murugarren Spain, 2017, Texas Premiere, 103 min. In Attendance – Director Ana Murugarren and producer Joaquin Trincado In Ana Murugarren’s whimsical The Bastards' Fig Tree, a fascist soldier in the Spanish Civil War becomes a fig tree-obsessed hermit after looking into the vengeful eyes of a young boy whose father and brother he had violently executed. BLOODLINE D: Henry Jacobson USA, 2018, World Premiere, 95 min. In Attendance – Director Henry Jacobson, actor Seann William Scott, producer Adam Hendricks, and writer Avra Fox-Lerne Evan (Seann William Scott) values family above all else, and anyone who gets between him, his wife, and newborn son learns that the hard way..."

Swingle All the Way!
Stritch, Caruso deliver hit holiday cabaret from Birdland
DAILY Arts  December 20, 2016, by Robert Faires
"...I remember Andy Williams, you know. I must have been really, really small, but I have a real vivid image of him in front of trees filled with snow, and it just looked so magical to me..."

A 'Tree Grows in the Meadowlands
Cowboys beat defending champs in season kickoff game
DAILY Sports  September 6, 2012, by Michael Corcoran
"...First off, QB Tony Romo was spectacular (22-29, 307 yds) on this huge stage, a nationally-televised game from the NYC area. It doesn't matter that this is September: that game had all the pressure of one you watch with through the reflectionn of Christmas tree lights..."

Page Two: After the Flood
When everything is gone, there is love, and the memory of love
Columns  July 7, 2016, by Louis Black
"...Looking over the private infinity pool, I was looking at the ocean stretched out all across the horizon. It was the lap of luxury, far more than we're actually used to, but still not as foreign to my lifestyle as it might have been just a few decades before when I ran wild, unwashed and street..."

The Green Deal: Highs and Lows
Council goes all the way with Trammell Crow
DAILY News  May 25, 2012, by Amy Smith
"...The Losers: The Heritage Tree Ordinance, tree advocates, and those who insist the city is giving up too much for too little...."

How the West Was Sung
The Newton Boys Soundtrack: An Oral History
Music Story  March 20, 1998
"...And for the real stuff, you have to go back to the 10-inch records. I knew those records had all kinds of weird spooky stuff - what Danny Barnes would call "the essence." It lives in these old performers who weren't influenced by anything other than who lived down the street and who they played with on Saturday night..."

The Secret History of Tuna
Tuna isn't the only Texas town with which actor-writers Jaston Williams and Joe Sears can be closely identified. Austin has played a significant role in the development of their town, and in return Sears and Williams have changed the face of the capital city.
Arts Story  April 12, 2002, by Robert Faires
"...The experiment was called Xenia III Productions, and it was an attempt to create a theatre with a permanent company of salaried artists. Unlike other similar ventures before and since, this one started with capital from a group of private investors -- enough to renovate a crumbling old Sixth Street moviehouse and start paying seven artists "somewhere between $150 and $200 per week." So it was that in the fall of 1980, Sears and Williams, friends since meeting in a theatre company in San Antonio in 1973, joined forces with C.K..."

Fantastic Fest Fills the Card
Massive list includes closing night film
DAILY Screens  September 5, 2017, by Richard Whittaker
"...Tigers are Not Afraid Mexico, 2017, World Premiere, 83 min. D: Issa López When her mother suddenly disappears with no one to care for her, young Estrella ends up on the street and joins a gang of children, triggering a dangerous and tragic chain of events in the third feature from Mexican filmmaker López...."

We Remember What the Dormouse Said
Ten authors cut you a little slice of their own personal Wonderlands
DAILY Arts  March 31, 2015, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Snoopy, Santa, Star Wars. Suddenly and most memorably the terrible Queen of Hearts appeared out of the darkness with the Cheshire cat above her grinning down at us from his perch in a tree...."

Holiday Viewing: Remember the Night
The key to a merry Christmas is a shoplifter in the house
DAILY Screens  December 18, 2017, by Robert Faires
"...Keeping the home fires burning for MacMurray's big-city legal eagle, Jack, are his mother, his aunt, and his cousin – a folksy threesome whose constant mild bickering is just the contrary way they express affection for one another. They bake cookies, string popcorn on the Christmas tree, sing songs around the piano, and proclaim their delight at whatever presents they receive, even if it's the same gift they were given the year before..."

Page Two: Sitting on the Dock of the Bay Watching the Tide Roll Away
The Chronicle at 35
Columns  September 1, 2016, by Louis Black
"..."Old paint on canvas, as it ages, sometimes becomes transparent. When that happens it is possible, in some pictures, to see the original lines: A tree will show through a woman's dress, a child makes way for a dog, a large boat is no longer on an open sea..."

FF2012: 'The Warped Forest'
Fantastic Fest continues its celebration of Japanese oddities
DAILY Screens  September 24, 2012, by Richard Whittaker
"...If it wasn't for some oddball fetishes, such as some pretty serious nipple torture, and naked tree women who dispense oddly sensual fruit, this would be very kid-friendly. Instead, it delves deeply and sweetly into an odd world of longing, pinku daydreams, and strange fluffy, fuzzy realms of pleasure...."

Nik Wallenda: Life on the Wire
In which we send an aerialist to talk to a stuntman. Whoa.
DAILY Arts  May 19, 2011, by Raven Hinojosa
"...We were invited to come here by Jeffery and – How can we do something cool and unique? A wire walk is a wire walk, but I wanted to do something different here. There was a pool here, and there was a water slide, and there was a big tree..."

We Were the Urban Pioneers
Our search for the just-right million-dollar condo, in the wilds of Downtown
News Story  March 23, 2007, by Wells Dunbar and Jordan Smith
"...The soon-to-be-quaint Austin skyline wallpapers the entrance hallway, winding its way to the main showroom, where a model of Spring's 400-foot, 36-floor tower sits to the left, a bright glass erection. The to-scale streetscape below is detailed with a tiny Porsche 928 in front of the building, zooming along in place...."

The Mountain Goats Gruff
Getty's got the Mountain Goat on the horn.
DAILY Qmmunity  March 11, 2007, by Kate Getty
"...I'm not sure what you read about these dark places and whatnot; those do tend to be the themes I return to, but I'm no method actor. The Sunset Tree was kind of different though, I got pretty upset writing that stuff..."

The LCRA Moves to Turn on the Tap
Future of Hill Country waits on Authority's decisions on water plan
News Story  December 3, 2004, by Amy Smith
"...So there is a lot riding on the 30-year plan. At the same time, the proposal is causing a good deal of angst among many of LCRA's staff of dedicated environmentalists, ranging from engineers to some of Austin's greenest tree huggers..."

The Haven
Exploring the grounds and sounds at the International Festival-Institute at Round Top
Music Story  June 4, 2004, by Graham Reynolds
"...Against all odds, this classical music haven is deep in the heart of Texas. A landmark on 200 acres of hilly, tree-covered countryside in the picture-perfect town of Round Top, population 77, this refuge is officially known as the International-Festival Institute at Round Top..."

The Forest for the Trees
The Austin Arts Commission has never been a model of bureaucratic efficiency, but this year it seems to have become a big cliché in action, a body so focused on procedure and minutiae and the concerns of the moment that it can't see the forest for the trees. It's compounding the problems in Austin's profoundly flawed public arts funding system and demonstrating just how poorly that process serves not only the city's artists but all its citizens.
Arts Story  July 6, 2001, by Robert Faires
"...Sadly, this was not an isolated incident. This year's arts funding process has been rife with controversies -- procedural inconsistencies in accepting applications, irregularities in the conduct of advisory panel members who rank the applicants and recommend funding levels to the commission, discrepancies in the panel rankings and funding recommendations -- and in every case, no matter how plain the problem and apparent the course of action (well, that common sense would dictate, anyway), the commission has responded in much the same way, fixating on the narrow and less significant aspects of the issue to the exclusion of larger considerations, spiraling off into extraneous topics, disregarding established policy and history, putting Band-Aids on gunshot wounds, digging in its heels, barking up the wrong tree, ....."

Ruling the Roost
Austin Preeminent Concert Promoter Ponders Retirement
Music Story  June 1, 2001, by Andy Langer
"...Along with working in Nelson's front office and running Castle Creek, O'Connor also found time to open a non-music club, the Squeeze Inn, a bar on 19th Street where the pool tables, jukebox, and beer were all a quarter. Once again, the good times didn't last -- local authorities asked him to leave town...."

Page Three: How the Sausage Gets Made
A few words on the Day Without a Woman strike
Columns  March 9, 2017, by Kimberley Jones
"...As on every other day of the work week (also: weeknights, weekends), women are intensely involved in every aspect of press day: editing, writing, fact-checking and proofreading for errors, production design, classifieds and ad sales, sending out our weekly Promotions newsletter, swiping credit cards, manning the front desk, answering phones, sorting mail, bagging up the trash and recycling, and preparing lunch for a staff of 50. Hell, more often than not, it's a woman taking Chrondog Hank out to pee on a tree and play fetch for a few minutes...."

The Luv Doc: How Much Spirit Do You Like in Your Christmas?
Some people like to have a reasonable expectation of how the night will unfold
Columns  December 14, 2012, by The Luv Doc


The Way We Watch Now
Is theatrical-on-demand the next big thing?
Screens Story  June 22, 2012, by Richard Whittaker
"...At the same time, Tugg approached studios, distributors, and independent filmmakers about opening up their archives. Of course, being co-producer on Terrence Malick's The Tree Of Life opened a few doors for Gonda, but he still found that the studios were receptive once he explained the concept..."

Charlie Baird and the Tobacco Lawyers
Reaud, Tigar denounce Baird D.A. campaign charges
DAILY News  May 26, 2012, by Michael King
"...… This is just horseshit. I wrote to Charlie this morning, because I’ve known him for a long time, and I don’t believe in shooting at people from behind a tree..."

Eye of the Media Storm
On the block, the Statesman fiddles while the industry burns
News Story  March 6, 2009, by Kevin Brass
"...The challenge facing all newspaper companies is to develop a profitable newspaper for the next generation, to retool and reshape a dead-tree product into a lively, relevant part of the modern media world. Skeptics doubt they can pull it off...."

Boom Boom... Out Go the Lights
Charles Whitman in the UT Tower
Books Story  September 5, 1997, by Tom Aiken
"...illustration by Roy Tompkins Imagine: It's a sunny Monday, the first of August, 1966 -- and there you are, Young American, complete with your Homecoming King, or Queen. The most advanced nutritional system on the planet generates the protein-rich essence which flushes a rosy glow the pair of you radiate as you languidly stroll hand-in-hand through the tree-shaded quadrangles of UT-- the both of you on the cusp of your individualized American Dream...."

'The NFL Beat': Brees, Tannehill, and More
The latest NFL news
DAILY Sports  March 31, 2012, by Alex Dunlap
"...It should tell you something about his level of athleticisim that he would be effective in that role as a receiver in a major power conference. It should also tell the semi-educated fan something about his real-time understanding of the route tree as well as his anticipation of eventual recieving target positioning..."

Face Off Recap: Venom on the Sculpting Room Floor
Malice amongst the molds on SyFy
DAILY Screens  February 11, 2012, by Richard Whittaker
"...Well, at least they're all trying to play nice (although did anyone expect anything but nice from Tara and Athena? They may have picked the Emerald Tree Boa as their spirit animal guide on this, but you know they would have gone for a bunny if it was on offer.) Jerry and Matt are an interesting pairing: Out of the remaining contestants, they are arguably the most experienced, so they should be able to do something special inspired by the African Spotted Leopard. Plus this week's version of Jerry seems to have dumped the ego: After all, he's been down in the back of the pack for pretty much everything except the first foundation challenge...."

The Tree of Life
Terrence Malick's latest film bursts with unbridled ambition and vision, and while it doesn't always reach the heights for which it aims, it soars boldly and fearlessly.
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Film Review  June 3, 2011, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Starring: Brad Pitt, Jessica Chastain, Sean Penn, Hunter McCracken, Laramie Eppler and Tye Sheridan. Terrence Malick’s hotly awaited new movie, The Tree of Life, bursts with such unbridled ambition, vision, and sense of purpose that viewers tend to respond with either stunned speechlessness or babbling effusion..."

Page Two: 'Life,' the Universe, Everything
The devastating illumination of Terrence Malick's new film
Columns  June 3, 2011, by Louis Black
"...The Tree of Life, Terrence Malick's new film, was shown at an Austin Film Society-hosted cast and crew benefit screening for the Texas Filmmakers' Production Fund Tuesday night at the Paramount. A new work by Malick is always eagerly awaited, as this is only the fifth film he has made in four decades as a filmmaker – his previous four are Badlands (1973), Days of Heaven (1978), The Thin Red Line (1998), and The New World (2005)..."

The Primary Source
Music Story  February 25, 1999, by Christopher Hess
"..."Historical record as it's presented through journalism and through scholarship reflects the social reality of the society you're living in," says Harold McMillan, head of DiverseArts productions and the Blues Family Tree Project. "If you live in a segregated, racist society, chances are scholarship on marginal communities is not gonna be at the forefront of importance of those who are signing off on dissertations..."

Lemon Tree
This moving Israeli film tells the fraught story of a Palestinian widow whose lemon grove is threatened when the country's defense minister moves next door.
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Film Review  June 5, 2009, by Marc Savlov
"...Starring: Hiam Abbass, Ali Suliman, Rona Lipaz-Michael, Doron Tavory, Tarik Copty and Amos Lavie. Set in Zur HaSharon on the border between Israel and the West Bank, Lemon Tree offers a tart but never completely bitter metaphor for the entire Palestinian situation as experienced by a single resourceful and sympathetic character..."

The Trees
Online music trading that "leaves" the RIAA and music industry in the underbrush.
Music Story  October 3, 2003, by Margaret Moser
"...Return for a moment to grade school and a basic lesson of biology: Trees grow from the ground. Branches grow from the tree trunks..."

Might 'The Tree of Life' Sprout at Fantastic Fest?
Malick's latest sprouts rumors, including Austin premiere
DAILY Screens  September 5, 2010, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Once we learned that Brad Pitt would be coming to town (or, more accurately, Smithville, which is close enough to Austin when it comes to basking in celebrity auras) to film Terrence Malick's The Tree of Life, everyone wondered about the plot, which Malick, in usual fashion, played very close to the vest...."

In Search of the Wild Art
'Cracks in the Pavement' leaves art objects in unexpected spaces throughout the city
Arts Story  June 18, 2004, by Robert Faires
"...That's what a new project called "Cracks in the Pavement" is trying to find out. Six local artists created more than 100 art objects for specific sites all over Austin – beneath bridges, beside freeways, along sidewalks, up in trees ....."

Letters at 3AM: The Thing About Words
Words are the property of all
Columns  August 27, 2010, by Michael Ventura
"...He saw three trees in Eden: "the Tree of Life and Death, the Tree of Good and Evil – and the Incest Tree!" Every last one of us is descended from the Incest Tree and that's why – but I can't reproduce the involved thesis in his unique lingo or how he employed common words that had, for him, uncommon meanings. The gist was: We are the suffering children of incest, and the "a'Mighty" feeds on our suffering for (capital-H) "His force o'life."..."

The Fight of His Life
Are Ronney Reynolds' Mayoral Hopes on the Ropes?
News Story  December 6, 1996, by Alex de Marban
"...Queen Ann's Tree-hugger Like other proponents of the environment, Watson has preached the alarmingly sensible message that a healthy environment and a strong economy go hand-in-hand. To carry it out, Watson, a name partner in the firm Whitehurst, Harkness & Watson, which has a specialty in pursuing medical malpractice claims, asked former Gov..."

No Room at the Complex
Renters scramble for housing as dirt churns on new condos
News Story  September 14, 2007, by Wells Dunbar
"...Mention "subsidized housing," and images of cheaply built and quickly dilapidated properties come to mind. The Bent Tree Apartments, however, are nothing of the sort..."

U2
When the album becomes Immersion
Music Story  December 9, 2011, by Raoul Hernandez
"..."There is a moment when it is dysfunctional not to look at the past," pronounces Bono in a DVD documentary titled From the Sky Down, the best supplement herein. Released two years before Zooropa, Achtung Baby served as both a monumental turnabout from The Joshua Tree in 1987 and revenge for the backlash accompanying that album's nominal rain barrel, Rattle and Hum..."

Christmas With the Kranks
Holiday pap and circumstance.

Film Review  November 26, 2004, by Marc Savlov
"...Former home improver Allen and former teen screamer Curtis play married couple Luther and Nora Krank, who, facing their first-ever Christmas sans Peace Corps-bound daughter Blair (Julie Gonzalo), decide to dispense with the pleasantries and embark on a 10-day luxury cruise to help fend off the holiday blues. As luck would have it, they reside on the sort of neighborly suburban street where everyone knows each other by the first name and Christmastime is a sacred, communal event, replete with the Kranks’ legendary Christmas party and enough colorful wattage to brownout a small Latin American despotism..."

The War
To paraphrase an old slogan: The War is not healthy for children or other movie-goers. Despite its no-doubt good intentions and its wholesome PG-13 rating, The War is a meandering...
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Film Review  November 4, 1994, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...But The War is not Dad's story; it's supposed to be his children's story. The events take place during summer vacation and the central activity revolves around building a treehouse..."

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