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Austin's Bowling Alley Food More Than Abides
Local culinary kingpins endure
Food Story  May 3, 2018, by Beth Sullivan
"...Waiting in line at a dingy bowling alley concession stand for reheated Red Baron pizza may hold its nostalgic value, but rarely was the food ever so tasty that you could forget you were wearing someone else's sweaty shoes. For Brandon Rascoe, co-owner and chef of Lebowski's Grill (with locations at Highland Lanes and Westgate Lanes), it's his mission to prove otherwise...."

The Autumn Heart
This Boston-based sudser ought to come with its own bubble machine. The way it manufactures turmoil surpasses all known quotas and believability. And that's too bad because it didn't have...
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Film Review  December 8, 2000, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...As the girls cross the Charles River and become involved in the life of their soon-to-be-married brother and his somewhat snooty wife, the movie takes on a fish-out-of-water slant. Inevitable conflicts arise from the collision between bowling alley and Ivy League cultures..."

Beyond the Clouds
Italian film director Michelangelo Antonioni has always been haunted by unseen realities. Essential though they are, images are little more than hazy signposts that obscure the fundamental realities that lie...
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Film Review  May 19, 2000, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...But it should be mandatory viewing for anyone who has ever in the past been mesmerized by the articulate beauty of his images. The film consists of four stories adapted for the screen by Antonioni from his book That Bowling Alley on the Tiber..."

Mr. Wonderful
Minghella's previous film, the elegiac Truly, Madly, Deeply, was a bittersweet love story involving a ghost. Mr. Wonderful, on the other hand, is a ghost of a love story: shallow,...
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Film Review  October 22, 1993, by Marc Savlov
"...He's ready to move on with his life, but the alimony going to his ex, Lee (Sciorra), is holding him back. When the opportunity to buy into the reopening of a neighborhood bowling alley presents itself (it is, after all, a way for him to get out from under the city's grimy streets and off of those crimson Con Ed trucks), he finds himself short of the necessary cash and decides to find the perfect guy -- Mr..."

Day Trips: Meow Wolf, Santa Fe, N.M.
New Mexican artist collective turns an old bowling alley into a modern fun house
Columns  September 21, 2017, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Meow Wolf in Santa Fe, N.M., will expand your perception of what is a fun house. The art adventure space in an old bowling alley will challenge your perception of reality while releasing your inner child's view of free play...."

10 Pins and a Dream
The Alamo Drafthouse empire expands to include bowling, karaoke, and cocktails
Screens Story  June 12, 2009, by Marc Savlov
"...Incorporating a bowling alley, with the actual Fifties-era lanes bought from legendary New Orleans bowler nirvana Rock 'n' Bowl, private karaoke rooms, a cafe, a bar, and oh so much more, the Palace, overseen by longtime Alamo architect Richard Weiss, with interior design by Joel Mozersky (Uchi, the Belmont), is a natural, fittingly organic outgrowth of both the Alamo brand and the Drafthouse's South Lamar location, specifically. And if you've been to just about any Friday or Saturday evening screenings there lately, then you've most likely already experienced the serpentine waiting lines that were the first inspiration for an expanded Alamo South Austin...."

Roll Over, Beerthoven
Saengerrunde Hall's new series turns classical music's "Three Bs" into brezels, bier, and bowling
Arts Story  October 30, 2014, by Natalie Zeldin
"...Adding to the concerts' casual mood are some other Saengerrunde amenities. The Saengerrunde owns neighboring Scholz Garten and a Big Lebowski-style bowling alley – one of the oldest continuously operating in the U.S..."

Outdoors & Recreation
Best of Austin Story  September 15, 2000
"...Best Bowling Alley FoodDart Bowl Diner..."

A Joyful Noise
How Saengerrunde Hall learned to sing a new tune
Food Story  September 18, 2014, by Virginia B. Wood
"...August Scholz's heirs sold the tavern and biergarten to the Lemp Brewery in 1893, and the brewery in turn sold the property to the Austin Saengerrunde in 1908. The club added a six-lane bowling alley to the facilities (now Austin's oldest continually operating bowling alley) and used the hall for meetings, choir rehearsals, recitals, and recreational events; they leased the tavern and biergarten to various restaurant operators over the years..."

Pin Gods
Pin Gods opens theatrically in Austin following its previous run during the SXSW.97 Film Festival.Even if you're not the kind of person who longs to hear the crackle of a...
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Film Review  May 16, 1997, by Steve Davis
"...Directed by: Larry Locke. Pin Gods opens theatrically in Austin following its previous run during the SXSW.97 Film Festival.Even if you're not the kind of person who longs to hear the crackle of a strike or to feel the tight fit of a pair of bowling shoes, you'll nevertheless find Pin Gods right down your alley..."

Your Tax Dollars at Play
The Rosewood Entertainment Center
News Story  July 28, 1995
"...To enhance its draw, the prices will be the cheapest in town. According to the city's loan application, roller skating will cost $3; other rinks charge $4 to $5 for weekend skating. The bowling alley will also cost $3 for all-day bowling, versus about $2 per game at other alleys..."

Coach's Corner
Columns  October 25, 1996, by Andy "Coach" Cotton
"...In denying a core part of their humanity, these unenlightened citizens miss much joy. Last January, I found myself in a densely crowded, smoke-filled room upstairs from a bowling alley..."

Playing Through
The Austin Gamblers gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender bowling league keeps it real, real fun
Columns  March 14, 2008, by Thomas Hackett
"...Anyway, the first two guys I approached – sort of schluby, middle-aged guys just like you'd expect in a bowling alley – weren't singing show tunes or anything. But something told me they were probably gay..."

Summer Fun: Cold, Dark Holes to Crawl Into
Escape the Texas sun in these underground getaways
DAILY Chronolog  May 20, 2017, by Tucker Whatley
"...As you swirl, waft, and sip the afternoon away, you can rest easy knowing that summer’s scorching tendrils cannot ensnare you here. Texas Union Bowling Alley www.universityunions.utexas.edu/texas-union/scene/underground/facilities-and-rates..."

Daddy's Home 2
The daddy's daddy crash Christmas in this unneeded sequel
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Film Review  November 10, 2017, by Danielle White
"...Not only does he manage to reawaken some competitive antics between Brad and Dusty, but he imposes his “character-building” parenting techniques on one of the grandkids, Dylan (Vaccaro). Some seem harmless (taking the guardrails down at the bowling alley) and some really are not (let’s say Kurt has an approach to women that is somewhat “presidential”)..."

Best of Austin – Saturday
BOA all day, erryday
Features Story  March 21, 2015
"...900 Red River, 512/431-2133. www.cheerupcharlies.com. Dart BowlBest Bowling Alley, 2014..."

Death Watch: Executing the Mentally (and Physically) Ill
Texas gets ready to execute a schizophrenic man
News Story  November 26, 2014, by Chase Hoffberger
"...Meanwhile, the fight to save terminally ill death row inmate Max Soffar continues this month with the submission of a petition, containing over 116,000 signatures, asking Governor Rick Perry to release the 58-year-old. Soffar was arrested in 1980 for a Houston bowling alley murder of three teenagers, though his lengthy interrogation was notoriously aggressive and yielded only a limited audio recording..."

Death Watch
Trottie is scheduled for execution next week
News Story  September 4, 2014, by Chase Hoffberger
"...Rick Perry grant clemency to Max Soffar, a death row inmate whose guilt is also in question. Soffar, now 58, was arrested in 1980 for a Houston bowling alley murder of three teenagers, after a controversial interrogation that lasted three days yet yielded no audio recording..."

Saengerrunde Hall Hosts Inagural AustOberFest
Event at historic German venue offers beer, sausages, and live music
DAILY Food  September 27, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...[image-1] Saengerrunde Hall is the home of Austin's oldest ethnic organization, a singing society formed by German immigrants in 1879. The members enjoyed drinking and socializing at Scholz Garten and purchased the hall and bowling alley in 1908..."

Where Does Art Fit Into The Goodnight?
It's a matter of what can be done with available space
DAILY Arts  June 3, 2013, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...And your reporter's been in The Goodnight for twenty-odd minutes now, munching on a Wagyu beef burger from a menu that chef Danny Bressler's designed to surpass typical bar-food fare, checking out the upholstered digs, giving a look-see to the newly painted mural that decorates the walls alongside the bowling-alley section of the club...."

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