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The Q&A Hole: Why Do We Need Any More Superhero Movies?
With Kelly-Sue DeConnick, Alex Robinson, Paul Pope, and more
DAILY Arts  February 4, 2013, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...So spend your hard-earned money and buy a DVD compilation of Eyes on the Prize, or Harlan County USA, or watch Ways of Seeing on YouTube, or, heck, watch old episodes of Soap or Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman. But please eject Batman from your psychic passenger seat..."

Please Don't Honk
Postmarks  June 9, 2009
"...Now when we hear a horn, we think that the driver must be from out of town. Please don’t allow the growth of Austin to compromise this lovely gesture (or nongesture)..."

The More You Learn About God, the Further Away from Him You Move
mewithoutYou frontman Aaron Weiss likes a good question, but finds some answers easier than others
DAILY Music  June 15, 2009, by Raoul Hernandez
"...My father told me the more you learn about God, the further away from him you move, so I’m content to know nuthin’. So please forgive me if I don’t have any good answers for you about those things...."

Please Kill Me and other ROCK & ROLL BOOKS of 1996
Books Story  December 6, 1996
"...No doubt, the entire mallpunk commercial flare-up is as much the direct catalyst for the recent flood of punk books as for the equivalent avalanche of archival CDs. The question is, how well can you pogo to these pages? Well, like the music, some books may be the Sex Pistols, some may be Eater. Falling somewhere in between has to be the most celebrated punk book of the season, Please Kill Me, by Legs McNeil and Gillian McCain (Grove Press, $25 hard)..."

More Stuffed Than a Turkey
DAILY Promotions  November 25, 2007
"... Shopping isn’t for amateurs. Come back when you’re 21. Rule #3- Please, for the love of Santa, don’t argue with the sales clerk over 50 cents..."

Yes Yes: Sundance Announces 2014 Class
Austinites a-plenty in Competition and NEXT slates
DAILY Screens  December 4, 2013, by Kimberley Jones
"...(Director: John Slattery, Screenwriters: John Slattery, Alex Metcalf) — When Mickey's stepson Leon is killed in a construction "accident," Mickey tries to bury the bad news with the body. But when the boy's mother demands the truth, Mickey finds himself stuck between a body he can’t bury, a wife he can’t please, and a debt he can’t pay..."

'Chronicle' Should Take City Redistricting More Seriously
Postmarks  December 10, 2012
"...Dear Editor, Please get serious. Despite having preached for decades about the importance of citizen involvement in government, the need for single-member districts in Austin, and the benefits of redistricting by an independent commission instead of elected officials, the Chronicle surprised many of its readers by coming out against the city charter amendment (Proposition 3) that embodied all of these worthwhile objectives [“Nov..."

Please Don't Tell Us How to Live!
Postmarks  June 24, 2005
"...We look forward to the fresh happy faces of the technocrats in our local establishments and to help us grow our neighborhood so we do not have to drive long distances to run errands. This is clearly a case of "Yes! In My Back Yard" syndrome, imagine that. Please back off and let us build the neighborhood that we desire...."

Please Don't Cut Public-Safety Budget
Postmarks  December 23, 2008
"...All too often I smell marijuana from a passing car. All too often I find a used syringe or broken crack pipe laying in the gutter. Please don't cut our public-safety budget..."

Austin Will Just Be Concrete and More People
Postmarks  July 25, 2006
"...Dear Louis, I just finished the article about the "new" downtown project and was so sorry to see such an article [“My Migas, My City,” News, July 21]. Of course, it was bound to happen sooner or later. Just please, please people get it done right or Austin will be just like the sucky, uncool, soulless city of Houston..."

Finding a Friend With More Than Four Legs
Spiders and scorpions make prehistoric pets
Features Story  February 9, 2017, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Note: Yes, citizen, I'm aware that reptiles don't have actual ears. Do please reach across the aisle and work with me here in metaphoristan, mmmkay?..."

Ono -- Oh Yes!
Reissuing Yoko
Music Story  June 27, 1997, by Jody Denberg
"...It wasn't that at all. I felt the oneness with him and we were saying, `Please look at me..."

More From 'Iconoclast' Country
W. Leon Smith on freedom of speech, peace, and Crawford
News Story  October 29, 2004, by Kate X Messer
"...They're in Irving, close to Dallas. Another element was that they provide the equipment that makes armor for Humvees and other military equipment, and they had letters from the Department of Defense saying please, finance this, we need to have our equipment in Iraq protected..."

UPDATE: Laura Says No; Mike Says Yes
Laura Morrison will not run for mayor, Mike Martinez will
DAILY News  March 19, 2014, by Michael King
"...Morrison's decision to speak out was in part a response, she said, to a recent online petition effort – www.draftLaura4mayor.com -- that as of Tuesday afternoon has garnered 96 signatures in support of its invocation, "Please run for Mayor of Austin," and praising Morrison's "love, commitment, experience, good judgment, hard work, and respect for Austin."..."

More Shelter No. 15
Postmarks  December 8, 2005
"...We have pressured pet stores around the city to stop selling the rabbits, we educate the public, and of course we spay and neuter. House Rabbits are active, personable, and cuddly pets for the right person, so please review our Web site at www.rabbitresource.org to see if this type of pet will suit you and to find a rescued rabbit for yourself..."

More Toons
Screens Column  November 13, 1998, by Margaret Moser
"...it has stayed with me all these years but nobody I talk to remembers it but me... but the real reason I wrote is this: can you please send me the "dirty Disney site" web address?"..."

S'more! S'more! S'more!
A dark and stormy day couldn't keep Veronica's Marshmallows away
DAILY SXSW  March 9, 2014, by Kate X Messer
"...And while the film is not perfect (more Wallace, Mac, and Piz, please) and by its very nature as a retread treads precariously on the edge of relevance (the class conflicts inherent to the TV show's storyline seemed to lapse into cozy middle-class resignation), it delivers the goods to Marshmallows new and old. The new movie is as loaded with planted insider seeds as the TV show...."

Point Austin: Yes, They Did
You've got health care – even in Texas
News Column  March 26, 2010, by Michael King
"...Bush to Rick Perry – because 'starting over' here means no action at all to address woefully inadequate health care access in the least insured state in the country. Please know that we will continue to support your efforts and, once the bill becomes law, to defeat any lawsuit by extreme elements in Texas who persist in fighting issues settled long ago in the Civil War."..."

Will the Real Norma Khouri Please Stand Up?
AFS Documentary Tour presents Forbidden Lie$
Screens Story  June 5, 2009, by Anne S. Lewis


Lovey and Lovey: Tippling twosome toasts the town (but no titillation, please)
The gin-soaked alter egos of comedians Tami Nelson and Michael Jastroch dish on Austin, alcohol, and their new show
Arts Story  July 11, 2008, by Robert Faires


Desperado Hours For a Few Dollars More
Screens Story  September 1, 1995
"...My table companions instantly sense an outsider (reluctantly) invading their circle and hasten to brief me on the etiquette of radio interviewing. "Please," says one of them instantly, "try to remember that it's important for you to not respond to things said by the interviewee..."

It's a Disaster
This dark comedy by UT grad Todd Berger is built around a likable ensemble.
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Film Review  April 19, 2013, by Kimberley Jones
"...It’s a Disaster makes David Cross’ new-to-the-group Glen the audience’s proxy. On only his third date with the group’s lone singleton Tracy (Stiles), Glen is the nice-guy outsider, scrambling to keep straight who’s who among the bickering, tense-shouldered hosts (Hayes and Miller), the free spirits making sexual innuendo over Sunday quiche (Boston and Brennan, another UT alum), and the forever-engaged, not-anywhere-near-to-getting-married couple (Ferrera – more, please! – and Grace)..."

The Year in Food
The 2014 tastes we just couldn't stop thinking about
Food Story  December 31, 2014, by Kate Thornberry
"...5) YES, MORE PLEASE! Another newcomer – the recipe for huevos rancheros pushed this blog into the Top 10. Real know-how, clean design, and a genuine love of cooking positively radiate from this site..."

The Foreigner
Jackie Chan takes a page from Liam Neeson
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Film Review  October 13, 2017, by Marc Savlov
"...Quan, but this dark-edged little razor blade of a film is ultimately a satisfying comeback for Chan. More, please...."

Guitar Nerding With Chris Pérez
Selena lead man and Grammy-winning rock artist talks gear
DAILY Music  April 9, 2015, by Kate X Messer
"...AC: Man, this is guitar porn! More please...."

Mission to Mars
I lost Brian De Palma around the time he stopped using Pino Donaggio as his chief source of film scores. To be fair, De Palma used the Italian maestro for...
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Film Review  March 10, 2000, by Marc Savlov
"...Since then, with more mainstream fare such as Carlito's Way, Casualties of War, and the muddled Mission: Impossible, De Palma has reached out to embrace a larger audience and seemingly sacrificed those traits that drew us to him in the first place: his singular vision, his clinical stylistics, and the palpable sense of dread that his best films engender. It comes as little surprise, then, that Mission to Mars falls prey to an overwhelming sense of a man trying to please everyone all the time..."

The Capital Grille Steaks Its Claim on Fourth Street
And, boy howdy, does it come through with flavors flying
DAILY Food  April 30, 2014, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Please note the first item from this Grigson's clickbait listicle:..."

Four Lions
This very black comedy about a group of bumbling jihadists is farce that ain't foolin' from the mind of British satirist Chris Morris.
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Film Review  November 5, 2010, by Kimberley Jones
"...(A very special episode of The Three Stooges? "Larry, Moe, and Curly Join a Sleeper Cell!") Set in Sheffield, 150 miles north of London, Four Lions details the bumbling efforts of a group of radicalized Muslims who dream of becoming suicide bombers. Initially, it's difficult to place where each man sits on a graph that goes from gentle idiocy to incompetence to imbecility, but they soon come into focus: Faisal (Akhtar) is soft-spoken and maybe soft in the head; Waj (Novak) is dim but puppyishly eager to please; Barry (Lindsay), a white convert, is a bilious fanatic (you get that Allah is the afterthought to his appetite for destruction); and Hassan (Ali), a latecomer to the group, is a wannabe rapper just looking for a community..."

Rock Around the Biological Clock
Yes Sir, That's My Baby
Music Story  May 6, 1999, by Margaret Moser
"...Sara Hickman, 36, first established herself as a singer-songwriter in Dallas before moving to Austin in the early Nineties. Her increasingly more frequent gigs please her myriad fans, passionate about Hickman's thoughtful, pop- and rock-edged compositions..."

In the Unlikely Event
Judy Blume at BookPeople Saturday
DAILY Arts  June 13, 2015, by Jessi Cape
"...Judy Blume: Oh pleeease please please. You should've asked my husband about that..."

It's the Regulars Who Keep the Clubs Open
Postmarks  May 2, 2005
"...Bar owners should have the right to offer the environment that best suits their clientele. To the voters, please honestly ask yourself this: “Am I one of these regulars? Is it because of me that this bar stays open? Am I part of the blood that keeps the heart of Austin nightlife pumping?” If “yes,” then please vote..."

Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken
Yes, I suppose it's wimpy to start with a disclaimer, but it's difficult to review children's movies without one, so here goes: This film is directed in general at young...
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Film Review  May 31, 1991, by Kathleen Maher
"...Anwar plays Sonora as a spunky young girl who runs away from home to join the circus. There she meets cranky old Cliff Robertson, a Wild Bill type who runs the sideshow and with his son, Schifflin, a handsome young man who can't please his father, but does pretty well with horses and young girls..."

Why Him?
What if your child brought home James Franco as your new son-in-law?
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Film Review  December 23, 2016, by Steve Davis
"...Franco has made a career out of playing characters similar to this genial Gen-X vulgarian (Pineapple Express, Spring Breakers, The Interview), but the gig is wearing thinner with each progressively cartoonish performance. When he’s in this mode, he’s like a big puppy dog, all too eager to please, even when the character is a dangerous dude..."

The Fault in Our Stars
The film does justice to the popular novel in this judicious teen tearjerker.
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Film Review  June 6, 2014, by Kimberley Jones
"...Woodley and Elgort look like real teens, delicately signaled in their body language: her lip-biting push-pull of awkwardness and pleasure when dealt a compliment; the way she lights up when receiving a text message, thinking she’s playing it cool when her parents can see her giddiness big as a billboard; and how he postures hard (he uses a prop cigarette, unlit, as a metaphor for staring down death, which sounds about right for an 18-year-old). Elgort’s performance is more mannered than Woodley’s open-faced, direct line to the heart, but it works: His speeches sometimes tumble out in a mush-mouthed rush, a little over-rehearsed, and that feels true to a teenager who is terribly sweet, eager to please, and ga-ga about a very special girl...."

Lucie 'splains It All
Austin Cabaret presents Lucie Arnaz, and here we have a lovely convo.
DAILY Arts  February 10, 2011, by Kate X Messer
"...You got the part." I said, "Okay, okay, but listen I'm booked to do Bye, Bye Birdie at the Melody Top Theater in Milwaukee during the time that I have to start shooting, and I've already signed the contract, and I'm gonna have to pay 5,000 dollars if I don't get out of it by such and such a date. So, could you please let me know by such and such a date," 'Cause you know, I was young; this was my money..."

The Gay Place: It's Aliiive!
You can't keep a Gay Place down; just ask Sarah Marloff
DAILY The Gay Place  January 20, 2016, by Kate X Messer
"..."Now that the Gay Place shall fold into the general calendar listings, please send all your event notifications directly to the Calendar Department. Send details of your event…" blah blah blah...."

Love Stinks
An “unromantic comedy” of deep marital paranoia, Love Stinks may spell relief for men whose bowels shake at the sight of baby booties, wedding rings, and SUVs. For the rest...
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Film Review  September 10, 1999, by Sarah Hepola
"...The story follows Seth Winnick (3rd Rock From the Sun's Stewart), a successful television producer who falls for the radiant Chelsea (Wilson) after he spies her at a wedding. At first, it's all wine and roses and headboard-banging sex, but you know how it goes: She wants to move in, get married, have babies, and before you can say, “check, please,” she's turned into a screeching, six-headed harpy (albeit one with a nice rack)..."

Far From the Madding Crowd
This Thomas Hardy adaptation is a reflection of our times
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Film Review  May 8, 2015, by Kimberley Jones
"...Troy excites and alarms Bathsheba, is more plainly articulated here, and becomes a kind of conversation with her previous, girlish declaration that she’s only interested in a man who will tame her. When Troy nicks a curl of her hair with the tip of his sword, you can almost see the comic book-like bubble rise over her head: Sex! Danger! Yes, please!..."

Public Enemies
Michael Mann's film is a human-scale biopic of the gangster folk hero John Dillinger.
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Film Review  July 3, 2009, by Kimberley Jones
"...When "Pretty Boy" Floyd (Tatum) is gunned down in the film's opening, he renounces the shorthand and reclaims his birth name as he burbles up blood; lyrically shot and performed, the scene foreshadows a thematic tension between the public and private persona, as well as a dozen more deaths to come, many at the same hand (or is it trigger finger?) as Floyd's – J. Edgar Hoover's rising star and yes-man, Melvin Purvis, played by Bale with the same ramrod cheerlessness that's dogged his Aughties work (somebody hire this guy to do a romantic comedy-as-cleanse, please)..."

The Sound and the Fury
The Alamo screens James Brown's classic 1968 concert.
DAILY Music  January 21, 2008, by Thomas Fawcett
"...18, 1969 issue, “Is he the most important black man in America?” The Boston concert is Brown at his best. There’s the unrivaled dance steps, the wrenching cries of “Please, please, please,” the showmanship and theatrics of the cape ceremony..."

Help Me to Pretend
DAILY Sports  November 21, 2006, by Robert Gabriel
"...Please tell me that New Orleans Saints cornerback Fred Thomas, who just last week I had hoped to return quickly from injury, didn’t allow Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chad Johnson to torch him for six catches, 190 yards, and three touchdowns. Please follow that up by telling me that Saints running back Deuce McAllister didn’t carry the ball a measly 10 times for 40 yards in a 31-16 home loss..."

Conservative Blogger Needs Math Lessons
RedState.com predicts doom for Doggett – with incorrect numbers
DAILY News  October 5, 2010, by Lee Nichols
"...Please join us while we shoot fish in a barrel:..."

Critic's Picks
Food & Drink
Best of Austin Story  October 5, 2001
"...Speaker: Welcome to Airport Haven Hamburgers, can I take your order, please?..."

Armstrong Comes Clean … Sort Of
Lance Armstrong sits down for an interview with Oprah
DAILY Sports  January 17, 2013, by Anne Harris
"...You can almost hear it over the nation's P.A. system: "Lance Armstrong, please report to Oprah Winfrey's office immediately."..."

Last Up Too Early: Bring It, Bitches!
Your chance to fashion critique the LuvDoc
DAILY Chronolog  August 1, 2012, by The Luv Doc
"...This isn't Google. Please use the Comments section below for your criticism, and please, don't hold back..."

What I Learned at the Dot-Bomb Revolution
Robert Bryce recounts his short, happy career in the Internet wave
News Story  November 30, 2001, by Robert Bryce
"...Take Willis Stein. Please...."

My Life in The Real World Kult
Please Take My MTV
Screens Story  October 24, 1997, by Adrienne Martini


Sleeping With the Television On
Teething Problems at the Austin Music Network
Music Story  February 21, 1997, by Michael Bertin
"...Could you film the show and put together a concert video for us?" The network would say, "Love to. That'll be X thousand dollars, please." They would then shoot the gig, edit the footage, and hand over the finished product to Almo..."

Five Things to Do in Austin This Weekend
Because what good is sitting? Alone? In your room?
DAILY Arts  May 26, 2017, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...4) COLLECTORS SHOW AT grayDUCK GALLERY An exhibition of some of the finest local visual art, as represented by the displayed collections of longtime art collectors, in one of Austin’s coolest and friendliest galleries? Yes, please. And we also previewed it here, citizen, for your voyeuristic convenience...."

Summer Fun: Alternatives to Sno-Cones
Chill treats
DAILY Food  May 22, 2017, by Katarina Brown
"...Flavors here abound, and the canned food gets donated to Central Texas Food Bank. Do-gooder dessert that saves you from sweating? Yes please...."

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