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August Month for the Daze
If the Straitjacket fits...
DAILY Music  August 3, 2009, by Margaret Moser
"...After the premiere of Bandslam tomorrow night at the Galaxy Highland 10, something’s going to change for the Daze. It’s not just the killer, once-in-a-lifetime chance to dazzle a national audience onscreen – the Austin teens are following their cinematic good fortune with a CD release..."

The Skulls
I never thought I'd run across a film that makes the lumbering 1983 Michael Biehne/Bill Paxton film The Lords of Discipline look smart by comparison, but lo and behold, here...
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Film Review  March 31, 2000, by Marc Savlov
"...The Skulls appears to have borrowed the crux of its story from twice-told tales of Yale University's semi-secret Skull and Bones Society, which, if the rumors are true, has molded several centuries of young men and provided lifelong networking opportunities for such Yalies as former President George Bush and assorted shadowy government and business figures. Doonesbury's Garry Trudeau made light of Bush's super-secret, no-girls-allowed Skull and Bones background a decade or so ago, and seeing Rob Cohen's attempt to expand on the whole secret society schtick only makes me long for the daze of Zonker..."

The Mask of Zorro
Theoretically, if you take into account some of Einstein's more esoteric theorems (parallel universes and all that), the tale of Zorro has already been filmed several thousand times over. Or...
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Film Review  July 17, 1998, by Marc Savlov
"...It has the sexy, histrionic vibe of those old Republic serials updated for the Nineties, and would make a terrific double bill with Disney's vastly underrated The Rocketeer. Both films gaze back longingly to the daze of classic Hollywood heroics, and even Errol Flynn would have to admit that Banderas cuts a dashing figure as the revamped Zorro..."

Glory Daze
From the pen of Rich Wilkes, whose less-than-illustrious screenwriting career has thus far given us such execrable comedies as Airheads, Billy Madison, and The Jerky Boys, comes the equally insipid...

Film Review  October 11, 1996, by Joey O'Bryan
"...Starring: Ben Affleck, Sam Rockwell, Megan Ward, French Stewart, Vien Hong, Vinnie De Ramus and Alyssa Milano. From the pen of Rich Wilkes, whose less-than-illustrious screenwriting career has thus far given us such execrable comedies as Airheads, Billy Madison, and The Jerky Boys, comes the equally insipid Glory Daze, a loving, if not particularly funny, tribute to the slob-comedies of the Eighties, or, in other words, it's an Animal House wannabe with a condescending Gen-X slant..."

Barrio Daze
La Raza's Edge – with a sense of humor, ese
DAILY Arts  August 31, 2011, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...AV: I'd rather have Barrio Daze's Latino political candidate Manuel Gonzalez Jr. as President..."

The Air Up There
The time-worn formula of the underdog surpassing all odds meets a premise reeking of cultural imperialism that takes basketball mania a bit too far. A self-assured, fast-talking coach at a...
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Film Review  January 7, 1994, by Pamela Bruce
"...The time-worn formula of the underdog surpassing all odds meets a premise reeking of cultural imperialism that takes basketball mania a bit too far. A self-assured, fast-talking coach at a Catholic college named Jimmy Dolan (Bacon) blows a major recruiting deal, only to discover -- in a wine-fueled daze at a faculty dinner -- a glimmer of a new prospect (Maina) who just happens to be depicted playing a mean game of B-ball in a shot from a film concerning the college's latest missionary efforts with the Winabe tribe in Africa..."

Joe the King
Contrary to Mel Brooks' dictum, it's not always so good to be the king. Whaley's directorial debut may be the feel-bad movie of the year, a take-no-prisoners journey back to...
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Film Review  November 19, 1999, by Marc Savlov
"...Contrary to Mel Brooks' dictum, it's not always so good to be the king. Whaley's directorial debut may be the feel-bad movie of the year, a take-no-prisoners journey back to the bad old daze of mid-Seventies upstate New York, where 14-year-old Joe Henry (Fleiss) sad-sacks his way through a daily grind that includes the occasional noncommittal beating from his drunken dad and constant taunting from his peers at school..."

The Perez Family
Before The Perez Family winds to its close, you may find yourself happily volunteering for honorary membership in their clan. The ever-expanding Perez family cluster attracts newcomers at a steady...
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Film Review  May 12, 1995, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...She fights for her dreams, even when the outlook may seem bleak, which is how she proposes that Juan Raul pose as her husband in order to increase her chances for American sponsorship. Juan Raul is in a daze, in between the realities of his 20-year confinement and the search for his wife and daughter..."

The Best Man
Malcolm D. Lee, cousin of Spike, hits emotional pay dirt in this men's-eye-view of marriage, fidelity, and love. ? Marc Savlov.
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Film Review  October 29, 1999, by Marc Savlov
"...While flying to New York for the wedding, he also threatens to rekindle a long-dormant romance with the one who got away, Jordan (Long), now an associate producer at BET. Complications arise, of course, as Harper tries to juggle Jordan and the soon-to-arrive Robin, while simultaneously working to keep Lance from discovering the school-daze tryst..."

The Good Music Club: The Boxing Lesson
Breakout or knock-out, the local trio's gaining momentum
DAILY Music  July 19, 2012, by Raoul Hernandez
"..."Better Daze"..."

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DAILY Qmmunity  November 9, 2010, by The Glitoris
"...4. "Everywhere" Teen Daze..."

SXSW Live Shot: The Skull
Troublemakers – the mighty and mystical made metal
DAILY Music  March 21, 2015, by Michael Toland
"...“Send Judas Down” and “The Last Judgement,” a reclaimed Trouble cut, worked up both the energy level and the sparse crowd. Another Troublemaker, “End of My Daze,” raised metaphorical lighters high...."

SXSW Live Shot: Carl Barat & the Jackals
One half of the Libertines rises from the ashes
DAILY Music  March 19, 2015, by Marc Savlov
"...If anything, Barat’s swaggering stage presence now comes off dirtier and prettier. Opening anthem “Glory Days,” off new LP Let It Reign, oozed saucy, salacious remorse without shedding a tear for the Doherty daze, while flammable favorite “Victory Gin” had Barat screaming, “I am not afraid of anyone; I defy anyone to tell me that I’m wrong!”..."

“Rachel Stuckey: Good Days & Bad Days on the Internet” at Women & Their Work
The artist creates some genuinely geeky-cool stuff in this show that’s smart, funny, and fresh in its treatment of tech
Arts Review  December 14, 2017, by Melany Jean
"...The most dominating piece is a giant projection of what is defined as "bitrot." A grotesque deterioration of pixels, the nearly 20-minute video shows a girl group's performance morphing into a horrifying prism of body parts. This shit is daze-y, at once entrancing and sinister..."

Festival Daze
A new district throws a party
DAILY Music  September 15, 2010, by Jim Caligiuri


The Real Good Friday
Alvin Crow & the Pleasant Valley Boys reunite, minus the Nyquil.
DAILY Music  March 19, 2008, by Margaret Moser
"...Listen, my children, and you shall hear of those glorious daze of yore when Alvin Crow & the Pleasant Valley Boys were kings of the scene in the 1970s. Any night Alvin laid his horsehair bow to catgut strings was a good night but there was something about his brand of country that skirted the progressive tag while still being as subversive as it could..."

SXSW Panel: Covering POTUS: A Conversation With the Failing NYT
Editor Dean Baquet defends NYT's “honorable pursuit of the truth”
DAILY SXSW  March 12, 2017, by Michael King
"...A couple thousand SXSW’ers defied the Daylight Saving daze this morning to hear New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet defend his paper’s coverage of Donald Trump and define responsible journalism as “the honorable pursuit of the truth.”..."

The Q&A Hole: What Extinct Animal Would You Bring Back To Life?
With Matt Oztalay, Peter-John Byrnes, Wiley Wiggins, and more
DAILY Books  February 11, 2013, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...That was my first thought. I used to, as a kid, strain my eyes into delirium – way past gazing, even beyond that transcendental daze achieved by a really good stare – until I could readjust the scale of whatever I was looking at, and then I would place a massive, imagined dinosaur beside pine trees or stepping over a store..."

City Hall Hustle: Ghost in the Machine
The council receives prophecy from an unexpected source
News Column  June 4, 2010, by Wells Dunbar
"...(With a horrible scream, Futrell's spirit returns to the Tobynomicon; Shade returns to consciousness. Council is in a daze, unbelieving what they just witnessed.)..."

SchoolJam Daze
Teen bands take home awards
DAILY Music  March 2, 2009, by Margaret Moser


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