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Vines of Ridicule
Arts Story  February 18, 1999, by Sam Martin

Hey, Austin: It's Bloody Balloon Battle 2012!
Get your dextrous splatter on, deep in the heart of Texas
DAILY Chronolog  November 2, 2012, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Local special-effects artist Jason Vines is on a mission...."

Jack the Giant Slayer
Despite a terrific cast, intelligent direction, and state-of-the-art special effects, this fairy tale's gigantic shoes remain unfilled.
Film Review  March 1, 2013, by Louis Black
"...Eventually, a strong and noble king defeated the giants, and for a long time peace reigned. Hidden away on Earth, however, are beans that can grow enormous vines into the sky and reconnect the two worlds, as well as a specially tempered crown that controls the giants and led to their defeat..."

Madeline opens, not surprisingly, with a voiceover: “In an old house in Paris, that was covered with vines …” With those familiar storybook words, the viewer (well, this viewer) must,...
Film Review  July 10, 1998, by Hollis Chacona
"...Starring: Frances McDormand, Hattie Jones, Nigel Hawthorne, Ben Daniels, Chantal Neuwirth, Kristian De La Osa and Stéphane Audran. Madeline opens, not surprisingly, with a voiceover: “In an old house in Paris, that was covered with vines …” With those familiar storybook words, the viewer (well, this viewer) must, by pure Pavlovian response, nestle down into her seat in anticipation of a story that will be as comforting and soothing as it is adventurous and exciting..."

Farmers Market Report: November 9-10, 2013
Tomatoes are back! Plus a new Sunday market in South Austin
DAILY Food  November 8, 2013, by Kate Thornberry
"...There will be tomatoes aplenty this weekend at the market, as vines have bounced back from October’s hot, humid start, and torrential finish...."

Sipping 'Satellite of Love'
Texas wineries make the movies
DAILY Food  April 23, 2013, by Margaret Shugart
"...“The most important question we had to ask them was, ‘Can a girl in a bikini ride through the vines on a motorcycle?’ That’s what we needed to know. Although, in the end, it was really a guy wearing a wig,” said Will Moore, when asked about his selection process for Texas vineyards as sets for his film...."

Teaching the Teacher
Rosemary Vines has been shaking her booty with her three-year-old students at St. George’s Episcopal for 30 years.
Features Story  June 23, 2000, by David Garza
"...Not just a cute little song and dance to calm the children down, mind you, but a real beat-heavy boogie. That's part of the philosophy that has kept the vivacious Rosemary Russell Vines cheerful and sane as a teacher of three-year-old children at St..."

Role-Play Playing
When improv asks, 'Can we get a suggestion for something you'd slay a dragon with?'
Arts Story  June 19, 2009, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...And who are these people that McCormick, Roberts, and Joplin have judged worthy of treading Salvage Vanguard Theater's boards in the name of geeky entertainment? You might recognize some of the names from other improv shows in this town: Audrey Sansom, Marc Majcher, Jason Vines, Topping Haggerty, Sarah Tufts, Leah Moss, Zach Palmer, Mike Kinald, Jon Clinkenbeard, and Ace Manning. Various combinations of these players return each week, furthering the impromptu narratives of Guilds of Steel, wielding their wits and sense of wonder no less boldly than the weapons and potions their characters carry..."

The Vines
Live Shot
Music Review  August 2, 2002, by Andy Langer
"...The VinesStubb's, July 26 Sometimes a little knowledge is a disappointing thing. Typically, reading about music isn't as dangerous as reading about film; there aren't plot spoilers, just opinions and comparisons..."

Liquid Assets
Colombia Crest's Two Vines line provides oceans of wine for less than $10 a bottle
Food Column  January 30, 2009, by Wes Marshall
"...Columbia Crest Two Vines Wines..."

Creature Circus at Salvage Vanguard
PHOTO GALLERY  June 29, 2015
"...Jason Vines and Katie McKinney: Two artists working in Austin’s special-effects industry, creating creatures from scratch or from the faces and bodies of living human actors – for stages shows, for parties, for video, for film. “Creature Circus,” a photo-exhibition of their work, is up at Salvage Vanguard Theatre’s lobby gallery through July 11th..."

Wine of the Week
We've got zero doubts about these Zins
Food Column  January 14, 2011, by Wes Marshall
"...St. Francis "Old Vines" Sonoma County Zinfandel ($18) is a fascinating wine, one worth tasting at every vintage..."

The Vines
Music Review  March 14, 2008, by Dan Oko
"...The VinesThe Best of the Vines (Capitol/EMI)..."

You Know Who You Are
From the title – a challenge, a threat, or merely an observation – this novel is about search for self
Books Review  March 25, 2011, by Monica Riese
"...Vines – the climbing plants, that is – grow slowly, steadily, branching this way and that, but always with support. The Vines – the family at the center of Ben Dolnick's second novel, You Know Who You Are – are not so very different..."

Res Publica
Citizens' calendar, July 2-8
News Story  July 2, 2010
"...ROSEMARY RUSSELL VINES' RETIREMENT PARTY Help bid the beloved Miss Rosemary adieu as she retires from four decades of entertaining – er, teaching – the luckiest 3-year-olds in Austin. (See "Teaching the Teacher," June 23, 2000, for more on Russell Vines' accomplishments.) 5-7pm..."

Wine of the Week
Portugal's Vinho Verde region produces delicious wine at a reasonable price
Food Column  May 1, 2009, by Wes Marshall
"...One of the best versions coming to Austin is called Twin Vines Vinho Verde, a product of the José Maria da Fonseca winery, founded in 1834. All the charm you could ever hope for, with delightful light lemon and floral aromas and lovely flavors that will keep your attention, all for $6.99..."

Music Review  March 14, 2008, by Melanie Haupt
"...CastanetsIn the Vines (Asthmatic Kitty)..."

Liquid Assets
Wine expert Wes Marshall explains why the zins are still in, and recommends his favorites.
Food Column  July 25, 2003, by Wes Marshall
"...What you get for your extra $3 over the Vintner's Blend is more intense fruit and more sweet vanilla aromas. The Rancho Zabaco Sonoma Heritage Vines Zinfandel ($11) has a more elegant taste and a tiny bit more complexity than the Dancing Bull...."

The latest publishing deals that Texas authors have made concern murders both fictional and real.
Books Column  July 27, 2001, by Clay Smith
"...Lansdale won the Edgar for best novel of 2000 (The Bottoms), and now he's moving on to a new publisher. When it came time to renew his contract with Mysterious Press, an imprint of Warner Books that has been publishing Lansdale for some time, Lansdale and his agent James Vines weren't entirely pleased with the offer that Mysterious made..."

Day Trips
Bacterial assault on Hill Country wineries.
Columns  February 23, 2001, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Pierce's Disease is one of the reasons Texas doesn't have 100-year-old commercial grapevines brought by early settlers. While the native grapes are immune to the disease, grapes from Europe, the most popular commercial varieties, are susceptible to the disease...."

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