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City to Review SXSW
Council directs staff to perform a 'post-event review'
DAILY News  March 31, 2014, by Michael King
"...After a brief discussion at last Thursday’s City Council meeting, Council passed unanimously a resolution directing City Manager Marc Ott to conduct “a full post-event evaluation of all events taking place during SXSW.” In a statement, SXSW officials welcomed the review, calling it “a terrific initiative.”..."

DOJ Won't Review APD Tactics
Feds say Austin has tools to review its own work
DAILY News  September 6, 2013, by Jordan Smith
"...The Department of Justice has declined an August request made by City Manager Marc Ott to review Austin Police "tactics and practices" – a request prompted by several high-profile shootings including the July slaying of Larry Eugene Jackson, Jr...."

New Police Contract Would Allow Public Release of Citizen Review Panel Documents
Officers must vote to approve new four-year contract
DAILY News  June 10, 2013, by Jordan Smith
"...Among proposed changes to the employment contract between the city and the Austin Police Association is a concession that would allow the city to release publicly all disciplinary recommendations made by the Citizen Review Panel in critical incidents regardless of whether the chief actually metes out punishment...."

ACL Review: Gregory Porter
Harlem’s new Nat King Cole puts on a one-man jazz fest
DAILY Music  October 3, 2016, by Thomas Fawcett


Graves Prosecutor Under Misconduct Review
The Texas Bar has found 'just cause' to review allegations of prosecutorial misconduct against former D.A. Charles Sebesta Jr. for his 1994 capital prosecution of Anthony Graves.
News Story  July 10, 2014, by Michael King
"...The Texas Defender Service announced Monday that the State Bar of Texas has found "just cause" to review allegations of prosecutorial misconduct against former Burleson County District Attorney Charles Sebesta Jr. for his 1994 capital prosecution of Anthony Graves, for which Graves was eventually exonerated...."

Did APD Review Panel Fumble Sexual Misconduct Complaint?
The Police Monitor's panel seemingly misses the point of the Lucy Neyens case.
News Story  June 27, 2003, by Jordan Smith
"...On June 16 the Office of the Police Monitor's citizen review panel voted to recommend that Austin Police Chief Stan Knee review the department's investigation into an allegation that a veteran detective forced a woman to perform oral sex on him a decade ago. "Basically, the panel decided that they would recommend that the chief review and reconsider the [allegation] based on policies that were in place back then," said Assistant Police Monitor Al Jenkins...."

Review Disheartening and Ridiculous
Postmarks  August 23, 2007
"...Dear Chronicle editors, I'm writing about Austin Powell's review of my [Car Stereo (Wars)] CD-release party on Aug. 18 at the Beauty Bar [“Live Shots,” Music, Aug..."

EPA on Unclean Energy: "No Source Review"
The Bush Administration's rollback of New Source Review could guarantee more dirty air for years to come.
News Story  June 21, 2002, by Lee Nichols
"...Last Thursday, June 13, the so-called Environmental Protection Agency announced proposed new regulations intended to "improve" its New Source Review (NSR) program, a set of rules requiring power plants and refineries to install modern emission reduction equipment whenever they make significant upgrades or repairs to their facilities. Industry had long complained that NSR requirements, in place since the federal Clean Air Act of 1970, were too burdensome and expensive..."

A Day at The Races.... One Hour at the Mixed Arts Panel Review Session
Arts Story  May 27, 1999
"...Jim Bob McMillan, chair of the Mixed Arts panel, carries folding chairs into the meeting room in the Dove Springs Multipurpose Center, located a few miles east of I-35 off Stassney. Each year, the Parks and Recreation Department, which oversees the Cultural Contracts Program, picks a different venue for the review sessions; to the players, it must feel that each year sees them heading further and further afield...."

Review Bias?
Postmarks  August 17, 2015
"...Dear Editor, After years of reading the Chronicle, I have to wonder why you never, ever review Indian movies showing in Austin. I know you review international movies, all sorts of art/independent films – but never South Asian films..."

Film Review 'Accurate and Delightful'
Postmarks  December 8, 2010
"...Dear Editor, I am writing to express my appreciation for your excellent film reviews. I have been reading your film reviews from your very first issue to the present, rarely missing an issue..."

Sell-Out Review
Postmarks  October 23, 2010
"...22]: So let me get this straight. You put the most DIY band in town [Ghostland Observatory] on the cover of the Chronicle, write an insightful article, and then trash the new record? Unbelievable! Somebody should say something, right?! Austin Powell’s review further demonstrates the lack of thought that pounds the music review circles of the Chronicle..."

Was Review a Personal Vendetta?
Postmarks  September 24, 2009
"...25]: Your friend Mark Schmidt walked out on Annies just before a weekend. Although you were anxious to post this on a blog and quickly publish a vengeful review, one thing you did not do was talk to Annies' owners for their side..."

Review Was Cheap, Mean-Hearted, and Mean-Spirited
Postmarks  August 28, 2008
"...It's strange to say that I found a more constructive and supportive network in the dog-eat-dog of New York City than I could ever dream of finding here. Thanks for the objective review, darling Chronicle [“The Positively Serene Death of Sir Ritter Hans Von Wittenstein Zu Wittenstein,” Arts Review, Aug..."

Review: Emmer & Rye
Rainey newcomer gets everything down to the detail
Food Story  February 4, 2016, by Brandon Watson
"...There's a reason why critics give restaurants a little time to get settled before filing a formal review. The back-of-house needs time to coordinate new teams and understand the quirks of new equipment..."

How to Avoid a Bad Review
One restaurant's epic fail is a lesson for us all
Food Story  August 30, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Anyone who assumes that restaurant critics go looking for the opportunity to slam an unsuspecting restaurant should have been required to accompany me in the execution of my job last week. Our policy is to make two unannounced, anonymous visits to any restaurants slated for review and to evaluate these restaurants based on what they put themselves out to be and how well they execute that concept..."

Film Review Misses Mark
Postmarks  May 20, 2013
"...Dear Editor, Please make a note not to print any more movie reviews of big action movies by Kimberley Jones [Film Listings, May 17]. She gets kudos for giving it 3.5 stars, but her review of the new Star Trek film has far too few good things to say..."

TCEQ Under Sunset Review
A push for change could come to a shove
News Story  May 28, 2010, by Katherine Gregor
"...The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality is currently under Sunset review, a legislative process that critiques and could even abolish the agency. Public comment will be invited in mid-December..."

Review Is False
Postmarks  September 19, 2005
"...Dear Editor, I am requesting that the Chronicle consider submitting another review of the album Delete.Delete.I.Eat.Meat... by Ghostland Observatory, and this time from someone who has their "pulse" on good music..."

DNA Case Review Is On
County pledges $1 million toward reviewing potentially affected cases
News Story  February 2, 2017, by Sarah Marloff
"...Travis County Commissioners have authorized the payment of nearly $1 million to begin reviewing cases potentially affected by the Austin Police Department's DNA Lab disaster. To begin the "materiality review," the county is expected to enter into contract with the Capital Area Private Defender Service, a local nonprofit defense agency, this month..."

Review: Geraldine's
Rainey Street dining matures
Food Story  January 28, 2016, by Brandon Watson
"...On both review visits (and a couple of non-review pop-ins), Geraldine's clientele skewed older. There's plenty here to attract a younger demographic, but that adults are flocking to this trendy new restaurant says a lot about chef Frank Mnuk's approach..."

The Austin Review's Launch Party Is GO
New indie journal releases itself with a night of readings & noms
DAILY Books  January 10, 2014, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...But, OK, so we heard that this release party for The Austin Review, a new literary journal that "draws inspiration from the flourishing art scene of Austin," a nonprofit magazine of cultural goodness run by Michael Barrett, Tatiana Ryckman, Shannon Schaefer Perri, and Wendy M. Walker –..."

Review of 'Paranormal Activity' Wrong in so Many Ways
Postmarks  October 22, 2009
"...Dear Editor, Excuse me, but I'm going to tell you why your review is wrong in all sorts of ways [Film Listings, Oct. 9]: 1) You don't give us any legitimate reason to believe this movie "sucks" or "isn't scary" as you have told us..."

The Method Gun
With this play about theatre and tigers, the Rude Mechs earn their stripes forever
Arts Review  May 1, 2009, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Should I begin this review with a question?..."

Savlov's Review Was Wrong
Postmarks  August 7, 2008
"...Dear Editor, Re: The review for The X-Files: I Want to Believe [Film Listings, Aug. 1]: The reviewer Mr..."

Ignore Review; Give Hayes Carll's Music a Chance
Postmarks  March 17, 2008
"...Dear Editor, I was shocked and offended to read Jim Caligiuri’s Friday review of Hayes Carll’s new album, Trouble in Mind ["SXSW Platters," Music, March 14]. Caligiuri harshly criticizes Carll and claims he is “derivative and uninspired.” Hayes Carll may be a lot of things, but unoriginal is not one of them..."

Wondering About Sam Baker and the 'Chronicle's Review
Postmarks  August 17, 2007
"...Dear sirs, Jim Caligiuri's review of Sam Baker's new album, Pretty World [“Texas Platters,” Music, Aug. 10], states, “one can't help but wonder if he's living in the same time of endless war and daily tragedy that we are.” This reader cannot help but wonder if Mr..."

Texas Biennial, Okay Mountain
The 2007 Texas Biennial exhibition at Okay Mountain generates color and a communal spirit while raising questions about festivalism and appropriating sources
Arts Review  April 6, 2007
"...(Because of the significance and scope of the Texas Biennial, which is statewide in reach and spread across four Austin galleries, the Chronicle's visual-arts writers chose to review the exhibit collectively, in a dialogue. They will cover each gallery separately..."

Texas Biennial, Site 1808
The 2007 Texas Biennial exhibition at Site 1808 boasts strong outdoor artwork, but the use of PODS didn't quite realize its potential
Arts Review  April 6, 2007
"...(Because of the significance and scope of the Texas Biennial, which is statewide in reach and spread across four Austin galleries, the Chronicle's visual-arts writers chose to review the exhibit collectively, in a dialogue. They will cover each gallery separately..."

Mercier Review Mean-Spirited and Malicious
Postmarks  January 25, 2007
"...Dear Editor, I was shocked and very disappointed at Jim Caligiuri's review of Mandy Mercier's new CD, Run Out of Darkness [“Texas Platters,” Music, Jan. 26]..."

Review Does Injustice to Edson
Postmarks  October 2, 2006
"...Music editor, I take serious issue with your review of Johnny Edson's album [“Texas Platters,” Music, Sept. 29]..."

Ugly, Mean, Hurtful Review
Postmarks  September 21, 2005
"...Dear Editor, I am writing in regard to Jim Caligiuri's review of my CD Freddie Steady Go! [“Texas Platters,” Music, Sept. 16]..."

Idiotic Review Also Makes a Mistake
Postmarks  August 10, 2004
"...Dear Editor, I could use up several pages criticizing Marc Savlov's idiotic review of The Village ["Film Reviews," Aug. 6] (a review which focuses exclusively on the film's predictable plot twists and lack of "scares," to the exclusion of all of the film's superior qualities – a classic "Hollywood zombie" way of looking at the film), but I've decided to focus on one curious question: According to Savlov, Sigourney Weaver plays William Hurt's wife..."

Margo Frasier Under Review
The retired Police Monitor stands accused of handling secondary work on city time
News Story  April 27, 2017, by Chase Hoffberger
"...Retired Police Monitor Margo Frasier is the subject of a new complaint from the Office of the City Auditor. On Tuesday, chief investigator Nathan Wiebe filed paperwork to the city's Ethics Review Commission alleging that Frasier used city time and resources to handle some menial secondary employment tasks..."

Sound on Sound Review: Dillinger Escape Plan
Farewell tour exhausts the metallurgists’ rabid fanbase
DAILY Music  November 6, 2016, by Bryan Rolli


ACL Review: Mumford & Sons
Appropriate end to two flawless ACL weekends
DAILY Music  October 10, 2016, by Doug Freeman


Review: Irene's
ELM Group's latest project replays its greatest hits
Food Story  July 28, 2016, by Brandon Watson
"...Executive chef Andrew Curren's crowd-pleasing steak and whiskey combo (just that, a one-pound NY strip served with sautéed mushrooms and onions and a shot of Old Grand-Dad – $29) and weekday blue-plate specials (all $15) do give you some option other than sandwiches and snacks for dinner. I meant to try as many as possible, but somehow landed twice on Tuesday for King Ranch during my review visits..."

Review: Yard Bar
Every dog has its day at North Austin hot spot
Food Story  July 14, 2016, by Brandon Watson
"...Across the fence, the food menu is available via table service on the patio, which welcomes patrons of all ages and leashed dogs (front of house manager Keith Sobieralski has an approach to service that caters to both). The decor is bare bones – all cyclone fencing and mulch, with only a little flourish from carnival lights and play structures – one of the reasons it took me so long to review it (Yard Bar has been open for almost a year; normally a review takes place within two to three months of opening)..."

Skewed Film Review
Postmarks  September 22, 2015
"...Dear Editor, When Grandma opened, I was one of the first to see it because of Lily Tomlin and other excellent actors even though I had read that the talent carried the movie. Then, I read your review [Film Listings, Sept..."

Moontower Review: Pete Holmes & TJ Miller
A one-two comedy punch from jokers as different as day and night
DAILY Arts  April 25, 2015, by Russ Espinoza


Wrestling With Review
Postmarks  January 24, 2015
"...Dear Editor, Regarding Steve Davis' 2½ star review of Foxcatcher: I vehemently take exception [Film Listings, Dec. 19]..."

Review Reflects Social Construction of Today's Racism
Postmarks  September 30, 2013
"...Dear Editor, In 2009, I read Marjorie Baumgarten's review of The Stoning of Soraya M. [Film Listings, July 31, 2009] and was horrified by her statement that the film was "a kind of dramaturgy that will be overly simplistic for most Western viewers." The implication that Western thought was somehow more complex than some "Eastern" way of thinking struck me as a despicable form of Social Darwinism. This week, her review of Baggage Claim [Film Listings, Sept..."

UPDATE: Ott Asks DOJ For Review of Police Tactics
Request comes on heels of Jackson shooting death
DAILY News  August 5, 2013, by Jordan Smith
"...Ott said the shooting served to prompt the request for the review, but that his request should not be seen as denoting a "lack of faith in Chief [Art] Acevedo, his leadership team, or the men and women of the Austin Police Department," he said during an afternoon press conference at City Hall...."

From the Vaults: 'Weekend at Bernie's' Review Revived
Gaming guru Warren Spector's review of 'Weekend at Bernie's' from 1989
DAILY Screens  June 28, 2013, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Some names familiar to readers of this publication include publisher Nick Barbaro, editor Louis Black, former Film Listings editors Scott Bowles, Steve Davis, Marie Mahoney, and myself. When the Chronicle started in 1981, Spector was an early contributor – primarily writing film reviews...."

'The Incredible Burt Wonderstone' – This Is Not a Review
Celebrities and other people you don't know: Live and in-person.
DAILY SXSW  March 9, 2013, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...We're here to see the actors of the movie introduce that movie, live and in-person, and then to see them do a little Q&A action after the movie's over. But they're not just actors – and this isn't a review, but I'm going to tell you that these actors did a terrific job, that they totally sold what was already a funny, inspired-goofball of a film – no, these actors are also celebrities...."

Disappointed by 'Pi' Review
Postmarks  November 27, 2012
"...Dear Editor, I was surprised and disappointed by Marjorie Baumgarten’s superficial review of Life of Pi in the Nov. 23 Film Listings section..."

More Opinion Than Critical Review
Postmarks  August 31, 2012
"...Hey, Just read the review of 2016: Obama's America by Marge Baumgarten [Film Listings, Aug. 31]..."

Baffled With Play Review
Postmarks  July 16, 2012
"...Dear Editor, Regarding the review of Fully Committed [The Arts, July 13]: I read the baffling review of Zach Theatre's Fully Committed and wondered if Elizabeth Cobbe saw the same show I did. I saw the show off-Broadway in New York several years ago and was anxious to see it again – and was not disappointed..."

Wants To Comment on Savlov Review He Doesn't Like
Postmarks  August 14, 2011
"...Dear Editor, My message is twofold:     1) Am I missing something, or did you remove the ability to comment on film reviews? May I ask why this ability was removed? I don't want to assume it was an issue with reviewer ego vs. free exchange of ideas.    2) Marc Savlov's review of Rise of Planet of the Apes [Film Listings, Aug..."

I've Never Been So Happy
The Rude Mechs' musical tall tale leads to a song that leaves your jaw on the floor
Arts Review  April 29, 2011, by Elizabeth Cobbe
"...It would do no good to write a conventional theatre review of the Rude Mechanicals' production of I've Never Been So Happy. If this were The Glass Menagerie, I could write that the play is about a displaced Southern family trapped by their mother's longing for past glories, and you'd get the idea..."

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