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Road Trip
Teen sex farce meets teen gross-out comedy, which I suppose makes this a sexy movie for gross teens, or vice versa. All I know is that guys are strongly advised...
Film Review  May 19, 2000, by Marc Savlov
"...All I know is that guys are strongly advised to avoid this on a first date. Road Trip gleefully combines the cruder elements of the Farrelly Brothers films with an almost surreal dose of testosterone; it's an film with a serious case of arrested development..."

College Road Trip
Raven-Symoné co-stars with Martin Lawrence in this mugging comedy, which also makes room for Donny Osmond.
Film Review  March 14, 2008, by Steve Davis
"...Starring: Martin Lawrence, Raven-Symoné, Kym Whitley, Donny Osmond, Eshaya Draper and Will Sasso. College Road Trip is that movie rarity these days – a G-rated film that isn’t a documentary or an animated feature..."

Toros Rugged Road Trip
DAILY Sports  March 20, 2008, by Matt Moore
"...And the road trip started so well, too. After a promising 2-0 start to their six-game road trip, including an impressive 105-102 win over the D-League-leading Idaho Stampede, the Toros promptly decided they'd had enough of that comfy lead atop their division, and have dropped four straight. The players had expressed concern to me over heading to Albuquerque for a four-game stretch..."

“The Open Road: Photography and the American Road Trip” at the Blanton
Aperture Foundation’s survey is a portrait of what we find with our cameras when we travel
Arts Review  January 4, 2018, by Robert Faires
"...Instead, what consumes almost half the frame – and all our attention – is a car's side mirror in which is seen a sizable chunk of the driver's head leaning out the window, the camera held to his lone visible eye, wide open under a heavily furrowed brow as he works to get the shot. As much as any single image in "The Open Road: Photography and the American Road Trip" – an exhibit as expansive as the country we love to criss-cross by auto – this one by Lee Friedlander sums up our complex relationship with cars and cameras...."

You Know What We Need: Road Trip
UT volleyball hits the road to build back momentum
DAILY Sports  October 11, 2010, by Will Eidam
"...Maybe it's just really hard to focus during a Principles of Marketing class when you've got the worst hangover from last night's kegger. I don't know why it happens, all I know is that when I was in college, there was only one solution to get away from the grueling college experience: Road trip...."

Too High, Too Wide and Too Long: A Texas-Style Road Trip
Bob “Daddy-O” Wade, the Texas artist probably best known for the giant iguana he installed atop New York City’s Lone Star Cafe, is the subject of Dinitz’s documentary. The film...
Film Review  December 9, 1999, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Bob “Daddy-O” Wade, the Texas artist probably best known for the giant iguana he installed atop New York City’s Lone Star Cafe, is the subject of Dinitz’s documentary. The film follows Wade on a road trip as he travels in his Iguanamobile to visit some of his Texas artworks, including the 40-foot-high cowboy boots in San Antonio and the 70-foot-high saxophone in Houston..."

Aztex U-23s Suffer Through Rough Road Trip
The junior Aztex hang onto first place, just barely
DAILY Sports  July 1, 2009, by Nick Barbaro
"...The Aztex U-23s had a rough road trip last weekend – a 1-1 draw against the Laredo Heat on Friday, followed by a 5-1 loss to Rio Grande Valley on Sunday leaving the Azteclets tied with El Paso for first place in the PDL Mid South Division with four games left to play. They host third-place Laredo this Friday, July 3, 7:30pm, at Bobcat Soccer Complex in San Marcos – a huge game, since only the Top 2 teams make the playoffs...."

The Luv Doc: Road Trip!
Traveling is stressful – especially for people who like everything screwed down tight
Columns  January 14, 2016, by The Luv Doc
"...He also insisted that we only eat in chain restaurants because he was afraid of getting food poisoning or something ridiculous. Basically he was a whiny little bitch the whole trip, and I am not sure if I want to travel with him anymore..."

Road Trip: H&M to Open in Dallas
First Texas location opens Summer 2011
DAILY Design  November 1, 2010, by Anne Harris
"...Dubai got their store in 2006. Well, now road trips are being planned all over town to venerable NorthPark Center in Dallas..."

Road Trip?
DAILY Sports  December 5, 2007, by Nick Barbaro

Road-Tripping for the 2017 Texas Biennial
To curate this edition of the contemporary art survey, Leslie Moody Castro took an epic road trip across the Lone Star State
Arts Story  September 28, 2017, by Robert Faires
"...In taking up the massive challenge of curating this visual arts exhibition that typically draws 1,000 submissions from across the state, Castro was sensitive to criticisms that had been leveled at earlier editions of the Biennial, with a major one being that it wasn't an equitable representation of work from all parts of Texas, that its focus on artists in certain large cities meant it might as well have been called the Houston Biennial or Dallas Biennial or Austin Biennial. Castro felt a need to change that perception, so this summer, prior to selecting the 33 artists for this year's exhibit, she undertook a road trip worthy of this "everything is bigger" state: an 11,300-mile drive to 25 communities all over Texas – towns as well as cities, in the east, west, north, and south – to visit more than 200 artist studios and Biennial partner art organizations..."

The Guilt Trip
Barbra Streisand and Seth Rogen are a mother and son on a road trip but the humor's mostly on autopilot.
Film Review  December 21, 2012, by Louis Black
"...This film completely surrenders to its premise, with everything else following in a predictable way. Inventor Andy Brewster (Rogen) is about to start on a cross-country road trip to pitch his new product – a cleaner – to major chains..."

Road to Redemption
Produced by Billy Graham's World Wide Pictures, this breezy, earnest dramedy takes the old “on the run from the mob” storyline and adds a heavy dose of evangelical Christianity --...

Film Review  February 16, 2001, by Marc Savlov
"...Ostensibly a road movie, the highway that Vernon's film travels is much closer to Michael Landon's heaven-bound one than the more traditional Hollywood variety, and, despite its wacky-mobster trappings (co-star Rossi will be recognized by fans of that other recent mob comedy Analyze This), the film's blatantly non-secular tone is almost certain to turn off anyone who arrives in search of a De Niro-esque pastiche. “It's a trip! Buckle your seatbelt!” advises the film's tagline, and in some respects, it's right -- it is a trip, though the chipper tone and heartstring-yanking premise are unlikely to require any sort of emotional shoulder harness..."

The Trip to Spain
Exquisite food with a side of comedy and pathos
Film Review  September 1, 2017, by Kimberley Jones
"...That’s Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon, two British comic performers and writers who play fictionalized versions of themselves in this series dreamed up by director Michael Winterbottom. The premise stays the same – Steve and Rob travel together to some scenic vista and sample the country’s cuisine – as does the true purpose of these trips – to spotlight their expert impressions, their tetchy kind-of camaraderie, and a melancholy that persists like a stomach grumble...."

The Merry Hempsters Hit the Road
In 2001, actor and activist Woody Harrelson rang friend and filmmaker Ron Mann up and invited him to tag along on an environmental whistle-stop trip in a hemp-fueled bus -- "The Organic Living Tour." Two years later, Mann's digital video-shot doc Go Further is all but in the can.
Screens Story  March 7, 2003, by Marc Savlov
"...Toronto-based documentary filmmaker Ron Mann was in the midst of a project on Ed "Big Daddy" Roth, the Cali car-culture king and granddaddy of the outlaw surf-and-hot-rod scene, when his old pal Woody Harrelson rang him up and invited him to tag along on an environmental whistle-stop bus trip from Seattle on down California's pristine Pacific Coast Highway in a hemp-fueled bus -- "The Organic Living Tour." That was in 2001. Two years later, Mann's digital video-shot doc Go Further is all but in the can ("I'm literally working 20-hour days to get it ready for the South by Southwest screening," he sighs)...."

Mad Max: Fury Road
Glorious action cinema abounds on Fury Road
Film Review  May 15, 2015, by Marc Savlov
"...There’s damage aplenty: metal damage, brain damage, and enough practical, non-CGI, vehicular and pyro gags to make Stunt Rock feel like Goodnight Moon. Miller and his editors Jason Ballentine and Margaret Sixel continue the series’ editorial aesthetic of under-cranking specific shots, making the most viciously hyperstylized moments appear stuttery and surreal, like a glorious bad dream, or a trip down the bad-acid rabbit hole..."

Off the Road and Hungry
Where Austin Musicians Eat When They Get Home
Food Story  March 20, 1998, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Anderson, 458-5454). Marrs went on to say that the Spankers had developed an addiction for dumplings in New York City's Chinatown on a recent road trip there, but that they were eager to get back to Texas for brisket from Cooper's BBQ (604 W..."

Road Movies
Films are all "road movies" related to El Paraiso (formerly called The Marfa Project). El Paraiso began with a road trip to Marfa, Texas, during which the Rude Mechs sat...
Film Review  March 12, 2002, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Films are all "road movies" related to El Paraiso (formerly called The Marfa Project). El Paraiso began with a road trip to Marfa, Texas, during which the Rude Mechs sat around in bars with rodeo cowboys and other fascinating locals to begin an exploration of the "West" and all things Texan..."

Man on a Mission: Richard Garriott's Road to the Stars
This film is a behind-the-scenes document of Richard Garriott's quest to be the first second-generation astronaut in space and the actual journey.
Film Review  January 20, 2012, by Kimberley Jones
"...But while Man on a Mission doesn’t precisely neuter Garriott’s weirder ways, it does push them aside for a more boilerplate message of the father/son bond. (Curiously, the film includes a clip from The Colbert Report in which Stephen Colbert signs off from the interview with “good luck getting my DNA to space" – a cryptic aside for anyone not already in the know that the comedian was referencing a Garriott campaign for which he gathered DNA material to take on the trip with him..."

Road Rage
Stand With Texas Women Bus Tour launches mobile protest
DAILY News  July 9, 2013, by Brandon Watson
"...Tour organizers are using the road trip to highlight not only the threat to reproductive rights, but also the effects clinic closures would have on whole women's health. The more high profile speakers will be joined by medical professionals and uninsured women who rely on Planned Parenthood for medical care...."

Lightning on the Road, U.S. Men Defeat China, and More
DAILY Sports  June 7, 2007, by Nick Barbaro
"...The Austin Lightning are on a long road trip this weekend, at Baton Rouge and Mississippi, before starting a three-week homestand June 15-16...."

Road TRIPping
Austin has the fifth-highest rate of traffic fatalities in the nation, according to a highway lobbyist organization.
News Story  January 11, 2002, by Lee Nichols
"...Greater Austin is the fifth-deadliest urban area in the nation for traffic fatalities, according to "Getting Home Safely: Strategies to make our communities safer for motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists," a report issued last month by the nonprofit The Road Information Program (TRIP). Interestingly, however, TRIP receives funding from highway builders -- and conducts research on their behalf, as well as for insurance companies and labor unions..."

Road Sign Language
Lost Highway Screenwriter Barry Gifford
Screens Story  February 28, 1997, by Sid Moody
"...Gifford played a major part in launching the current vogue for noir author Jim Thompson. After discovering French translations of Thompson's novels on a trip to Paris in 1983, he purchased the rights to several titles and set up Black Lizard Press in order to publish them..."

'My Trip to Al-Qaeda': Lawrence Wright's journey from page to stage
Lawrence Wright's experiences in the years he spent researching The Looming Tower: Al-Qaeda and the Road to 9/11 have become the basis for a one-man theatrical work
Arts Story  March 9, 2007, by Robert Faires
"...So, rather than suffer through another book tour of author readings – "a miserable form," Wright says – he created a performance piece to explore his personal struggles. The result, My Trip to Al-Qaeda, has been presented four times around the country and is now beginning a six-week run at the Culture Project theatre in Manhattan...."

Getting off the Road
Rail will help, roads will help – but so will your decision not to drive today
News Story  June 26, 2014, by Robyn Ross
"...On the other: a hybrid strategy that added the lane pair and aggressively reduced demand for the road. By increasing telecommuting, car- and vanpooling, online education, online shopping, transit, bike and pedestrian trips, and moving trips outside of rush hour, the team produced a model of I-35 in which traffic once again flowed freely..."

The Trip
The Trip begins with a police car zipping dramatically along a desert highway. A scorpion skitters along a rock in extreme close-up, and the soundtrack swells. Then writer-director Swain pulls...
Film Review  July 4, 2003, by Marrit Ingman
"...John and Ray Baker. The Trip begins with a police car zipping dramatically along a desert highway..."

A Trip to Bountiful Bakery and Cafe
After the death of her young daughter Libbie, longtime Austin caterer Becky Nichols was inspired to create a business where a portion of the profits would benefit children living with cancer
Food Review  January 12, 2007, by Virginia B. Wood
"...A Trip to Bountiful Bakery & Cafe..."

Portrait of the Artist as a Road Comic
Long Drives, Low Pay, and Drunks -- What a Life!
Arts Story  March 28, 1997, by J. C. Shakespeare
"...I've had to give up one of my favorite vices on this trip: speeding. Imagine a 500-mile commute over rural Texas highways, and you can see how one might be tempted to haul ass..."

SXSW Comedy: A Good Trip with Shane Mauss
Jokes, jokes, jokes, and the meaning of life. No big deal.
DAILY Arts  March 14, 2017, by Carina Magyar
"...For now, he’s mostly on the road, peddling jokes and seeking knowledge like a cross between a wandering troubadour and a wandering guru. You won’t be sorry if you hitch a ride on this trip. A Good Trip with Shane Mauss will be performed Tue., March 14, 9pm, at the Hideout Theatre, 617 Congress...."

Shawnee Kilgore’s Long Precious Road
Includes a mega writer-director and “beautiful kind of permission”
DAILY Music  September 18, 2015, by William Harries Graham
"...Even with such astute backing, Kilgore owned the stage. She told quirky, embarrassing stories, including one that found her drunk in a graveyard in Atlanta after a spontaneous trip from Austin..."

First Plates Extra Helpings: Hit the Road & Eat Like a Local
Five cafes a conversation away from Austin
DAILY Food  February 2, 2015, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...In the meanwhile, Capt. Day Trips kicks-off our online Extra Helpings series with some restaurants worth a short drive...."

Presidential Visit Causes Road Closures and Bus Detours
President Obama coming to town Tuesday
DAILY News  July 16, 2012, by Jordan Smith
"...Specific detour information is available on the Capital Metro website at in the “Service Alerts” section on the main page. Riders are urged to check the website for the latest detour information or call the GO Line at 512-474-1200 prior to beginning their trip..."

sxswf: On the Road Again
Monte Hellman's Road to Nowhere
DAILY Screens  March 16, 2011, by Marc Savlov
"...What is “real,” what is art, and what is artifice in this multi-layered narrative can be difficult to parse, at first, but ease back and enjoy the ride: It’s a metaphorical trip on all sorts of levels. Tygh Runyan plays Mitch Haven (note the initials), a director making a film about a North Carolinian politician (Cliff de Young) and his lover (Shannyn Sossamon) who may have faked their own deaths to escape dodgy dealings..."

A Trip to California’s Monterey County Wine Country
So much fun and it's less crowded and way cheaper than Sonoma or Napa
DAILY Food  October 5, 2012, by Wes Marshall
"...After this trip, all I can say is this. Next time you see the name Monterey County on a bottle of wine, there’s a pretty damn good chance it’s going to be good...."

A Second Relief Trip to the Coast
Kate's addicted to this relief effort business. Follow her as she ventures out to the Texas coast again this weekend with Mobile Loaves & Fishes with a much larger convoy and a much deeper destination.
DAILY Emergency  September 18, 2008, by Kate X Messer
"...The group is currently soliciting volunteers with a link to a snazzy online volunteer sign-up sheet for the variety of tasks that must happen before, during, and after this trip to the coast. So even if you can't go for the weekend, there are other ways to help...."

The Road to Urinetown
Composer Mark Hollmann on the show's creation and success
DAILY Arts  August 30, 2014, by Robert Faires
"...MH: They want to know where the idea came from, which was from Greg on a trip to Paris. They want to know what my favorite song is, and I tell them it's "Mr..."

On the Road
Follow Kate to the coast with Mobile Loaves & Fishes.
DAILY Emergency  September 15, 2008, by Kate X Messer
"...I'm getting ready to upload pix from this morning's load-in. Until next post, enjoy this picture gallery from yesterday's pre-trip strategy meeting...."

Internet Brings the World to Rural TexasThe Road to the Wild
Screens Story  February 21, 1997, by Janet Heimlich
"...If you're ready for a low-key vacation, BluebonNET and Interactive Vacations can help you plan a stress-free trip to parts used to be unknown. You'll see some beautiful country, spend little cash, and visit some downhome folks who'll be just tickled to have guided you from the information highway to the open road..."

City Council Takes a Field Trip
CodeNEXT, off-site workshops push agenda through January
News Story  January 12, 2017, by Michael King

Dangers on the Road
Postmarks  April 23, 2015
"...The number of times I personally am affected by sheer incompetence out on the Austin streets these days is staggering. My round-trip commute to and from work is a whopping 6.2 miles, and each way I encounter a minimum of 2 to 3 incidences of potentially lethal stupidity on the roads..."

Day One. Road to the Whitehouse: Save Us, Davis!
Gay Place correspondent Dacia Saenz finally has a moment to breathe and blog about her inaugural inauguration experiences.
DAILY The Gay Place  January 22, 2009, by Dacia Saenz
"...Luckily, the crazy Aussies in the seats in front of me had other plans. After offering me a shot of Absynthe (I declined), Kat and Larry busted out into their best rendition of "Single Ladies" by Beyonce and declared our bus trip "Woodstock 2009." Wondering why our bus driver hadn't called for back-up yet, Larry decided that we were actually starring in the negative sequel to the movie Speed, our driver playing the role of "the opposite of Sandra Bullock."..."

Off Course: City Fees Trip Up Athletic Events
Organizers of local running, cycling, and triathlon events grapple with increased traffic-control costs
News Story  July 27, 2007, by Laurel Chesky
"...The group lost money on it the first two years, she says, and at best hoped to break even this year. But when traffic-control costs tripled, she says, the group decided it couldn't afford to go forward with this year's event..."

Where the (Early Action) Rubber Meets the (Clean Air) Road
Local leaders take the first steps toward real-world solutions to our air-quality problems.
News Story  June 27, 2003, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...TRIP REDUCTION: Mandating employers to plan for telework, flextime, etc...."

Holiday Greetings From the INS: Hit the Road
Austin's Jamal family faces forced deportation to an unknown destination
News Story  January 10, 2003, by Jordan Smith
"..."This often comes up as an issue." People are often rejected because the INS takes this view on third countries whatever the circumstances. Yet people seeking political asylum will often need to make a quick move; even if they are planning, ultimately, to emigrate to America, they may be unable to get the proper papers to make the trip..."

Trip to Bountiful
The Third Visit to Tuna Still Yields a Profusion of Delights
Arts Story  May 15, 1998, by Robert Faires

Sex Drive
Sex Drive is part endearing emo love story, part gross-out semen gag-fest, and, very occasionally, a smart, inspired, non-sequitur-laden hoot.
Film Review  October 17, 2008, by Marc Savlov
"...Young. It's not Sixteen Candles, but it's not Road Trip, either..."

A kinder, gentler teen sex comedy?
Film Review  February 20, 2004, by Marc Savlov
"...Starring: Scott Mechlowicz, Jacob Pitts, Michelle Trachtenberg, Vinnie Jones, Jessica Boehrs and Travis Wester. Does Jam/Style Council frontman Paul Weller know that his classic ode to British mod malaise "In the City" is being used as a musical cue in a giddy American teen sex romp? And wouldn’t a tune by Oasis’ Gallagher brothers have been more appropriate? ("Fuckin’ in the Bushes" would’ve been aces, had not Guy Ritchie already nailed it to the climactic fight scene in Snatch.) Eurotrip, from the producing team who brought us 2000’s Road Trip, or as I like to call it Tom Green’s 14th Minute and 59th Second, mines much of the same material as its predecessor, with one major difference: Whereas the Todd Phillips-directed prequel (of sorts) was lewd, crude, and occasionally as comically nasty as discovering a stray pubic hair in your grandmother’s mouth – yeah, that nasty – Eurotrip is helmed by fledgling director Schaffer, who opts for a little sweetness and light instead of the usual fart jokes and rutting..."

Hillbilly white trash squalor collides head-on with the urban artsy, always-dressed-in-black set in this moderately suspenseful crime drama that bears a slightly suspicious resemblance to Terrence Malick's 1973 film Badlands...
Film Review  September 10, 1993, by Pamela Bruce
"...There's just one hitch, though. They need someone to help with expenses and driving for the trip, so Brad posts an ad on a bulletin board at a local college..."

Magic Mike XXL
The boys are back in town
Film Review  July 3, 2015, by Kimberley Jones
"...There’s only one shade here: sex-positive, if low-cal feminist, and heterosexual-exclusive. Magic Mike XXL’s hero male strippers may be showered in dollar bills, but you’ll never once see them pocket the cash..."

Seeking a Friend for the End of the World
Steve Carell and Keira Knightley find love and companionship in the face of the apocalypse.
Film Review  June 22, 2012, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Scarfaria uses the occasion of the world’s imminent demise as the motivator for a romcom road trip. What better excuse for a meet-cute than the end of the world nipping at one’s heels? Carell plays Dodge (a curious name for a character facing the apocalypse), a button-down insurance salesman whose wife (played by Carell’s real-life wife, Nancy) leaves him in the film’s opening scene in order to live out her last days without him..."

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