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New in Graphic Novels
The Chronicle Comics & Manga Team hunts down some inky delights
DAILY Books  May 7, 2009, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...The topic is "What It's Like To Be Jeffrey Brown," a much more entertaining and (at times) harrowing topic than you might expect. Well, unless you've read Brown's previous autobiographical works – Clumsy, Unlikely, Every Girl is the End of the World for Me, and others – because then you'd know this funny and brave and not untroubled man holds little in reserve, baring his soul, unveiling his heartbreaks (and other, more squickily physical maladies) for the world to see..."

Planet Plan It
You can help plan the arts' future in downtown Austin's extreme makeover at a Community Charrette on May 14
Arts Story  May 13, 2005, by Robert Faires
"...As Austin moves closer and closer to Extreme Makeover: The Downtown Edition, with high-rise office towers and multistory condo and apartment buildings set to sprout all over the place, it seems prudent to ask: Where do the arts fit into all this? You can not only find out the answer so far but contribute to the direction of the arts in future downtown planning by attending a Community Charrette sponsored by the city of Austin's Cultural Arts Division this Saturday. Over six hours, participants will learn about work to-date on a Downtown Arts Master Plan, current civic and public art trends, and a project timeline, then be able to discuss specific districts stretching from Auditorium Shores to the UT campus (Seaholm, West End Market, Warehouse, Second Street Retail, Uptown, East Sixth, Rainey, Red River, et al.) in terms of their existing conditions and the future, with the arts further integrated into them to enhance downtown for residents, businesses, and visitors..."

Look Out! She's Got a Gun!
Angelina Eberly returns to the scene of the crime
News Story  September 24, 2004, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...In case you don't know this bit of local lore, Angelina Eberly was an "innkeeper" (to be decorous about it) in the raw frontier town of Austin, founded but three years before as Republic of Texas President Mirabeau Lamar's "seat of Empire." By 1842, Lamar had been succeeded by Sam Houston (in his second go-round as RoT president), whose dislike for Austin was well known – "the most unfortunate place on earth for a seat of government" – and who thought the capital should return to, um, Houston, where it had last been before Lamar's term in office...."

News/Print
Choose your own adventure
Books Column  June 18, 2004, by Shawn Badgley
"...Of course, In the Shadow of Our House (SMU Press, 2001), his excellent and well-received debut short-story collection, probably had a little impact, as well, along with his work as the program coordinator of the Undergraduate Writing Center at UT and as a Visiting Fiction Writer at Southwestern University in Georgetown. Blackwood – a judge of the Austin Chronicle Short Story Contest for the past three years – will start his residence in September and will work on finishing his novel, See How Small..."

Holiday Wish Lists 2002
Presents for public service
Features Story  December 27, 2002
"...Despite gloomy predictions, latent Santas all over Austin will still perform their appointed rounds -- especially those that help fellow humans. Smart Santas also know that the end of the calendar year is a fine time to unload some excess and qualify for some much-needed tax relief..."

Naked City
Action Items
News Story  October 22, 1999
"...Art in Public Places will hold a meeting Thursday, Oct. 21, at the Parks and Recreation building, 200 S..."

Steve Parker Wins 2018 Tito's Prize
Big Medium selects composer/sound artist for $15,000 award
DAILY Arts  July 17, 2018, by Robert Faires
"...The man who makes music out of grackle calls and bat sounds, who's composed works for zombie trombonists and and a car horn choir, who's made tubascopes and a musical bicycle, has won the second Tito's Prize from art collective Big Medium. Composer/sound artist/curator Steve Parker will receive $15,000 and a major solo show this fall...."

Street Mural Tour of Austin
Charter a bus and hit the streets
DAILY Chron Events  April 23, 2018
"...Austin is a city that wears its art on its sleeve. Sure, there are plenty of museums and galleries to visit, but beautiful paintings have been created on the sides of buildings and in other public places where you can take them in for free...."

Meow Wolf Pounces Into the SXSW Fray
The Santa Fe-based art collective debuts newest creation and new film
Screens Story  March 8, 2018, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Yes, the international art sensation that's based in Santa Fe, N.M. The relentless and many-peopled collective that, with a little funding (read: millions of dollars) from Game of Thrones' George R.R..."

Day Trips & Beyond: D.H. Lawrence in New Mexico
D.H. Lawrence’s banned art finds a home in Taos hotel
DAILY Travel  September 22, 2017, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...The nine paintings of nudes hang behind a curtain in a conference room off the lobby of the Hotel La Fonda de Taos. The story of how the art that was banned in Britain came to New Mexico is much more interesting than the images by a famous author...."

City Offers Arts Venue Aid ASAP
Cultural Arts Division's Art Space Assistance Program will award $200,000 in grants to creatives in need this summer
Arts Story  June 29, 2017, by Robert Faires
"...Given that area artists have for years been sounding the alarm about skyrocketing rents and getting priced out of venues they've created and run, and that 16 months have passed since Mayor Steve Adler named the lack of affordable space for artists a priority concern in his Austin Music & Creative Ecosystem Omnibus Resolution, the city of Austin's newly minted response to the crisis, the Art Space Assistance Program, arrives with an acronym fairly dripping with irony: ASAP. Many a group has been displaced or nearly so in the time it's taken to develop this program – a program, it's worth noting, that's only approved and funded for this fiscal year..."

The Cartography of Home: Austin's Atlas
The Chronicle talks to Ann Armstrong of map project Austin's Atlas about the local preservation tool
News Story  July 23, 2015, by Cindy Widner
"..."I love maps," says Austin architect, artist, welder, and mapmaker Ann Armstrong. "They're functional art..."

Pause/Play
Filmmaker Andrew Shapter's battle to make art and beat cancer
Screens Story  October 9, 2014, by Joe O'Connell
"...Andrew Shapter, 47, has been many things in this life: a high school class clown who concocted homemade fart devices, an actor, a political junkie toiling in Wash­ing­ton, D.C., a successful fashion photographer, a documentary filmmaker, a husband, a father. Today he focuses on three challenges: Ford, a doe-eyed infant son crawling across the floor and urging his dad to play; a feature film, The Teller & the Truth, five years in the making; and squamous cell carcinoma, a form of skin cancer that claims about 2,500 lives each year..."

Obscene Beauty
New series Sunday Bloody Cinema makes the weekend transgressive
DAILY Screens  September 5, 2014, by Richard Whittaker
"...Mutilation. Art..."

Gay Place
Old friends bring new art to new gallery, and it's Q as all get-out
Columns  February 7, 2014, by Kate X Messer
"...WHITE PARTY FOR JOEL Celebrate Joel's birthday with DJ Tru, Stephen Rideaux, sassy Serotonin, and all the way from Italy: Piqued Jacks. Fri., Feb..."

Open Questions: Forum on APD Shooting Tonight
Officials discuss shooting of Larry Eugene Jackson, Jr.
DAILY News  August 15, 2013, by Jordan Smith
"...Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo says that if all goes well, the department's investigations into last month's shooting death of Larry Eugene Jackson, Jr., by an APD detective will be wrapped up by the second week in September...."

Kashmere HS Marching Band Saves Texas Schools?
Public education needs more ‘Thunder Soul’
DAILY Music  February 22, 2013, by Abby Johnston
"...Saturday’s firing lines are clear – less testing and no more budget cuts, two issues that already have support under the dome. Former Texas Commissioner of Education Robert Scott has called the current standardized testings regime, which now eats 28 to 45 days each school year, “a perversion of the original intent.” Meanwhile, with a mystery multi-billion dollar surplus partially bankrolled by underfunded public education programs, activists want to know if the money will return bygone programs...."

Precious Lloyd
Butler School concert honors African American composer
DAILY Arts  February 8, 2013, by Robert Faires
"...Spirituals have long been recognized as an essential part of African American music, but little attention has gone to the composers who have preserved and developed a place for them in the art song repertoire. One – Charles Lloyd Jr..."

Developing Stories: Goodie Basket Development
The Grayco South Shore PUD proposal adds public benefits for height
News Column  September 18, 2009, by Katherine Gregor
"...Can it be? Austin's urban design and planning processes actually seem to be working, at least for the South Shore planned unit development. The large mixed-use project proposed by developer Grayco Partners goes to City Council Sept..."

One Down, 30-Something to Go
Gibson "art guitar" advertisement, uhh, public art swiped from downtown.
DAILY News  February 20, 2007, by Wells Dunbar
"...Well, maybe not the music, but the day the music-based opportunistic marketing synergy went belly up. Seems that in the dead of night, a band of thieves with no respect for the Chamber of Commerce dismantled and stole one of the 10-foot Gibson "art guitars" at Congress and 3rd Street..."

Kitsch Kringle
What we really want when we want Santa
Arts Story  December 8, 2006, by Nikki Moore
"...Santa isn't old. His round belly won't lead to heart disease or cancer..."

A Colossal Wreck
The Intel Building and its discontents
News Story  November 16, 2001, by Michael Erard
"...The hand that mocked them, and the heart that fed:..."

One Man Talking
In these days of HDTV, IMAX theatres with SurroundSound, and interactive software in 3-D hyper-realism, who wants to listen to one man talking for 90 minutes on a stage? A lot of people, when the man is Steven Tomlinson, award-winning economics lecturer, lay preacher, and Austin's premier monologist, as Wayne Alan Brenner explains.
Arts Story  March 31, 2000, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...This payoff was certainly experienced by audiences of Tomlinson's most recent work, Millennium Bug: Why else would they pack house after house for an extended and re-extended run at Hyde Park Theatre? Sure, the promo poster was almost insidiously effective; yeah, he has some ready-made crowds among the arts community, the business-school community, even the religious community; but that wouldn't account for people leaving the theatre with looks of downright epiphany on their grinning mugs...."

Chief Acevedo Responds to Dallas Sniper Attack
APD will be at 100% staffing patrol through August
DAILY News  July 8, 2016, by Kahron Spearman
"...In a press conference Friday afternoon, Austin Police Department Chief Art Acevedo turned statesman, speaking more broadly, following the death of five Dallas officers Thursday night...."

Deadly Day for APD
Two shootings within 12 hours; one officer is dead
DAILY News  April 6, 2012, by Jordan Smith
"...Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo began to cry as he recalled how the 6-year-old daughter of slain APD Officer Jaime Padron leaned in to whisper a question in his ear this afternoon. "'Please tell my grandparents that my dad was a good man,'" he said the little girl told him...."

'At the Snap of a Finger'
Anti-IDEA activists keep up due diligence for AISD
DAILY News  February 1, 2012, by Richard Whittaker
"...Govalle which, if you are successful at ramming through your agenda, will be getting displaced third, fourth and fifth graders from nearby Allan because the new IDEA won't take them. They want to start with kindergarten through second grade, or even pre-K..."

Developing Stories: What's Wrong With the Super PUD
The proposed PUD amendments won't fix the problems without a plan
News Column  June 6, 2008, by Katherine Gregor
"...How can the city best exert its powers to ensure that large-scale developments – on big tracts of land in the hands of private developers, particularly in central city neighborhoods – are carefully planned to serve the civic and community good?..."

The Making of Downtown North
The Domain may sound like just another fancy mall – but planners say it's the seed of a second Austin
News Story  September 28, 2007, by Richard Whittaker
"...It's been derided as a shopper's Disneyland and pre-emptively dismissed by many Central Austinites as a strange, upmarket interloper, more suited for the tonier districts of Dallas or Houston. But if the developers and the city planners manage to deliver what they say they have in mind, the still-sprouting Domain shopping and residential complex on what is now the near north side will start to look a lot more like Austin..."

The Impossible Dream
Should Public Money Go to Private Theatre?
News Column  September 19, 1997, by Kayte VanScoy
"...Live Oak Theater president Susan Walker adn Live Oak artistic director Don TToner say the city ought to invest in their dreams to renovate the State Theater. photograph by John Anderson..."

Joel Hodgson on MST30K
Reflecting on 30 years on the Satellite of Love
DAILY Arts  October 31, 2018, by Robert Faires
"...That second season of MST3K: The Return – officially Season 12 of the entire series – is the capstone for what has been a crazy busy 30th anniversary year for the Little Minneapolis Access Show That Could. It launched with the 14-episode Season 11, funded with a Kickstarter campaign that raised $5.7 million; saw the debut of a Mystery Science Theater 3000 comic book (in which characters riff on public domain comics); and a 30th anniversary live tour teaming MST's creator and original host Joel Hodgson with Jonah Ray, who stars in the Netflix revival, to riff on a couple of Eighties cinema's less stellar products..."

“Fool’s Romance / Books From Aeromoto” at the UT VAC
The interactivity of Aeromoto’s installation seizes the spirit of collective action seen in the response to the Mexico City earthquake
Arts Review  October 5, 2017, by Melany Jean
"...The "Fool's Romance/Books From Aeromoto" exhibition at UT's Visual Arts Center feels like the mixture of two kinds of organized chaos: that of an adolescent bedroom and that of a marketplace. There are makeshift shelves and seating arrangements propped up by cinder blocks, scattered croppings of various potted green plants, brightly colored posters wallpapering entire walls, hammocks slung in a corner, and clusters of people shuffling through stacks of books and paper..."

Cop Suspended for Pepper Spraying Handcuffed Arrestee
APD patrol officer Caldwell benched for 45 days
DAILY News  August 30, 2016, by Chase Hoffberger
"...Police Chief Art Acevedo suspended patrol officer Cameron Caldwell for 45 days on Tuesday for pepper spraying an arrestee after the individual had already been handcuffed and placed inside a prisoner transport van Downtown...."

Acevedo Speaks About Freeman Termination
Police chief says officer violated APD policies in shooting teen
DAILY News  March 21, 2016, by Chase Hoffberger
"...In a disciplinary memo issued today (March 21), Police Chief Art Acevedo announced that he was indefinitely suspending APD Officer Geoffrey Freeman for the shooting death of 17-year-old David Joseph...."

APD Officer With Ties to Samantha Dean Fired, Currently AWOL
VonTrey Clark believed to be in Indonesia
DAILY News  July 23, 2015, by Chase Hoffberger
"...The Austin police officer placed on administrative leave for his connection to 29-year-old Samantha Dean, the pregnant crimes victim counselor for the Kyle Police Department found dead in early February, has been fired from APD. Thursday afternoon, Police Chief Art Acevedo also revealed that the man is on the lam...."

SXSW Music Adds the Residents and a Free Latin Concert
Experimental legends plus Intocable, Bomba Estereo, and Compass
DAILY Music  February 24, 2015, by Kevin Curtin
"...The South by Southwest Music Conference bulked up its schedule today with the inclusion of San Francisco’s performance art veterans the Residents, and a free outdoor concert at Auditorium Shores featuring Latin luminaries Intocable, Bomba Estereo, and Compass...."

Naked City
Headlines and happenings from Austin and beyond
News Story  October 1, 2004, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...If you're planning to participate in the Nov. 2 election, you need to register to vote no later than Monday, Oct..."

Reality Really, Really Bites
Kris Lefcoe and 'Public Domain'
Screens Story  March 19, 2004, by Marrit Ingman
"...A mom slugs wine to the Teardrop Explodes while her 11-year-old son practices arson. Sound like typical reality-show fare? We're not even to the really sleazy part: None of these "contestants" even realize they're being filmed..."

If You Build It ...
What Dreams May Come
News Story  February 4, 1999, by Kevin Fullerton
"...In West Austin, where the major new developments such as the Austin MarketPlace and Scott Young's proposed Museum Park office complex are scoring high on the city's Smart Growth matrix, architectural renderings of the future buildings are visually inviting -- surrounded by landscaped plazas, shaded with awnings, with built-in boarding lanes for buses, and self-contained parking. Museum Park, across San Antonio from Republic Square, will feature a native limestone exterior and a trellis-shaded plaza..."

Picking Apples
The Art and Commerce of Product Placement
Screens Story  May 16, 1997, by Marc Savlov
"...Susan Forlenza, manager of Apple Computer's Film and Television Placement and Promotion division at the venerable 1 Infinite Loop in Cupertino, California, sums up the phenomenon this way: "What we have done over the years is to establish very good relationships with the major studios. The studios have departments that they refer to as production resources departments and their job is to find resources for the production..."

Queercore's Punk Media Subculture
Curran Nault’s book sheds new light on being queer and punk
DAILY Qmmunity  October 3, 2017, by Beth Sullivan
"...Curran Nault knows a thing or two about provocative queer art. The founder and artistic director of OUTsider Festival, Nault created a local space to support and connect alternative queer creators...."

Buck Dharma in the 21st Century!
Epic Q&A with Blue Öyster Cult’s “Reaper”
DAILY Music  August 9, 2017, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Long Island singer-songwriter cabal Blue Öyster Cult composed art-rock unlike any of their era peers between the late Sixties and the original quintet’s last LP in 1988. Throughout, lead guitarist Donald “Buck Dharma” Roeser, 69, wrote charters “(Don’t Fear) The Reaper,” “Burnin’ for You,” and “Shooting Shark.” BÖC plays Friday at Empire Control Room...."

Austin Finally Gets a Planetarium (Sorta)
Stargazers get home in Cedar Park, but still looking Downtown
DAILY News  February 16, 2015, by Richard Whittaker
"...The interim home will be at the 30,000 square foot SoccerPlex indoor football facility on Toro Grande Boulevard, with the 35 foot ceilings that the museum will require. The plan has always been to find a home in Austin proper, with the lot at 1800 Congress, opposite the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum and the Blanton Museum of Art, as a prime contender..."

Ringing in the New Year With Raw Paw
Austin art collective parties out 2014
DAILY Music  December 29, 2014, by Kevin Curtin
"...A good party is a piece of art. Don’t believe? Just look to Raw Paw, whose upcoming New Year’s Dance Revolution creatively unites sound and style with the purpose of overthrowing inhibitions as the calendar flips past 2014...."

Return to the WEST
If it's May, it must be time to go touring studios and art shows on the sunset side of I-35
Arts Story  May 8, 2014
"...The third time is, as they say, the charm, which is just added incentive to dive into WEST over the next two weekends, as this will be the third round of the West Austin Studio Tour. The first two proved this spring sibling to autumn's East Austin Studio Tour to offer a comparable wealth of visual-art wonders west of I-35 (and east of MoPac, south of Highway 183, and north of Ben White)..."

News Ticker: May 21
All the news that's fit to blog
DAILY News  May 21, 2013, by Brandon Watson
"...David Dewhurst makes a last minute appeal, Art Acevedo loses his cool, and Juan Hinojosa jumps the shark. Decisiveness is on the News Ticker...."

Keita Takahashi Games Set to Debut Locally
Hosted by indie game collective Juegos Rancheros
DAILY Screens  April 1, 2013, by James Renovitch
"...Takahashi has become, by design or by fate, one of the faces of "art games." Katamari Damacy has been played in living rooms and museums all over the world (including Austin's Arthouse). Since then, his often confounding games can be recognized by their uniquely whimsical art design..."

Ruth Waddy on Being Ruth Waddy
The artist talks about her funky bike tube clothing line
DAILY Design  September 6, 2012, by Meghan Ruth Speakerman
"...I have a special place in my heart for the type of original crafts you find at First Thursday, especially when it’s eco-friendly art...."

'Pups & Treasures' Garage Sale Benefitting Austin Pets Alive!
Free Beer, cute pets, live music and cool stuff!
DAILY Chron Events  June 13, 2012, by Chrontourage
"...This coming Saturday, Social Earth Realty is hosting a community garage sale in which all of the proceeds will benefit Austin Pets Alive! There will be live music, adoptable dogs, art on display from Stinky Dog Art, and resale shopping. Did we mention the free beer? Donate this week and then come by Saturday for the festivities...."

'Point' Was Out of Context
Postmarks  April 17, 2012
"...Mr. King, In your assessment of the content contained within the various candidate questionnaires, you mention a statement I made about "artists decorating the city for free." ["Point Austin," April 13] The context of your piece makes it appear as if I think the city should expect artists to work for no charge..."

Day Trips
Cadillac Ranch is the most popular art installation in the Texas Panhandle
Columns  September 2, 2011, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Cadillac Ranch off I-40 west of Amarillo is the most democratic art installation in the nation. Visitors who pull off of the interstate for a closer look at the 10 classic Caddies half-buried nose-down in a cow pasture are invited to add their own messages on the upended tail fins..."

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