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Todd Snider
Music Story  August 30, 1996
"...On his second album, Step Right Up, Snider manages to cover as much ground as Beck.In the latter's line of work, though, it's known as "sampling"; among those of Snider's ilk it's usually called "ripping off." But he's no lightfinger. Snider can be as folky and pointed as Dylan, as anthemic as Springsteen and Neil Young, as outlaw as Steve Earle, Travis Tritt, and Hank Jr., (and more Nashville-minded than either Tim McGraw or whoever that Rhett Akins guy is), and as rock & roll as the Black Crowes, Uncle Tupelo, and the Stones themselves -- if he's a mind to..."

The AggreGAYtor: August 21
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DAILY The Gay Place  August 21, 2012, by Brandon Watson
"...• Todd “legitimate rape” Akins hates the gays too...."

Naked City
News Story  May 5, 1995
"...Shea had cited expert advice to the effect that spending $418,000 for a Federal Inspection Service (FIS) customs gate for foreign travellers at Mueller might be wasted money since there seemed to be little in the way of tangible demand for such a facility. Todd asked her where she'd been getting her information, and she said it came from local aviation economist Dan Akins, her appointee to the the Aviation Advisory Board..."

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Our readers talk back.
Columns  November 29, 2002
"...Just a note in response to Mike Clark-Madison's otherwise helpful post-election piece, in which he calls Marty Akins a "fool" ["A Place for Democrats," Nov. 15]..."

The Life and Times of Gus Garcia
City Council Member Gus Garcia retires after more than 30 years of public service
News Story  June 2, 2000, by Daryl Slusher
"...The following year, Austin voters punished the council majority for its support of Fair Housing: Nichols, Long, and Akins were all turned out of office.The School Board Garcia left the HRC when his term expired in 1969. He was now, however, deeply involved in politics and the ongoing social movement..."

Naked City
Off the Desk:
News Story  March 14, 1997
"...Professional airport consultant Dan Akins, who was the only member of the seven-member Airport Advisory Board (AAB) to vote against recommending the garage expansion to the council, says parking needs at the airport are overstated. He points out that the parking capacity requested is two to three times the projected increase in passenger traffic on which it is based..."

Pony Shows and Horse Trading
Councilmembers Trot to the East Side; Some Claim Attendance at Swap Meet
News Column  March 7, 1997, by Alex de Marban
"...Todd and Public Works Director Peter Rieck say that $1.8 million in state and federal funds is on the line if the city doesn't hire a general contractor to begin expanding the bridge pronto. Area residents like Karen Akins, Austin Neighborhoods Council VP, don't want the additional traffic and higher speed of a bigger bridge..."

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Park and Ride
Columns  October 31, 1997
"...Many kudos to Karen Akins and company for forming TASS (Taxpayers Against Subsidizing Sprawl). Unfortunately neither TASS nor the Chronicle go far enough in speaking out against irresponsible Travis County bond proposals..."

Naked City
Off the Desk:
News Story  February 28, 1997
"...That must be why Mayor Bruce Todd, city staff, and the local daily keep claiming that $1.84 million in state and federal grants will be revoked in1999 if the city doesn't hire a general contractor to begin construction on the Lamar Bridge. The three make a great team -- all want the bridge expanded from four to six lanes, and apparently don't mind stretching the truth to layer the proposal with urgency. In reality, just under $1 million is on the line, since $889,000 in state funds from the Urban Streets Program can be spent on any city roadway project, says Austin Neighborhoods Council VP Karen Akins..."

10 Freaks and Geeks to Redefine Austin Music
Local passion projects with singular visions
Music Story  September 1, 2016, by Greg Beets, Tim Stegall, Kevin Curtin, Alejandra Ramirez, Doug Freeman, Thomas Fawcett, Libby Webster and Jim Caligiuri
"...Floater's a legend – a songwriter beyond compare and the greatest unsuccess story in local country music history – but reliable he ain't. Thankfully, his pals Brandon Wayne Akins, Puffy Dan Walters, Carlos Perkins, and more always come through, playing Floater classics like "That's When the Eagle Screams" and "It's High Time This Old Cowboy Quit Getting So Goldanged High" in loving tribute..."

Page Two: Mutiny: A Ballet in Several Parts
Part II, Illustration Not Validation
Columns  May 14, 2010, by Louis Black
"...The crew is led by Queeg's second in command, Lieutenant Steve Maryk (Van Johnson). Other officers include Communications Officer Lieutenant Thomas Keefer (Fred MacMurray) – an aspiring novelist – the navigating helmsman Stillwell (Todd Karns), and seamen Horrible (Claude Akins) and Meatball (Lee Marvin)...."

A Place for Democrats
News Story  November 15, 2002, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...Mayor Wonderful vs. Tony the Terrible: Gosh, could it be that people simply don't like Tony Sanchez? In the top-ballot races, the only Dems to do worse than the $60 Million Man were Marty Akins and Tom Ramsay -- one a fool, the other quite decent, but both running against GOP (female) incumbents who happen to be from Austin..."

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Our readers talk back.
Columns  September 6, 2002
"...For us in East Austin, and for those who speak Spanish, it's relevant to see almost a full page in the Statesman dedicated to the presence of John Sharp, Kirk Watson, Marty Akins, Ron Kirk, and Tony Sanchez in particular, pledging allegiance to the Texas Jews. It didn't mean a thing to you, since only 91 words were used to barely describe the event ["Austin Stories," Aug..."

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