"...Wilson Jones, designer for Monsterbit Media (http://monsterbit.com/mb.html ) - the Internet site that Sincola and a number of other local bands call "home page" - finds himself frustrated with the limits of today's technology, and of the Net surfers' attention spans. Since the Web was created, the number of what he calls "cardboard postcards in space" has multiplied far beyond the point where a band can simply have such a page available and expect people to "ooh" and "aah" at it..."
"...white road Dance Media: Deer, to MeBoyd Vance Theatre, 1165 Angelina www.whiteroaddancemedia.com Through Oct. 30..."
"...at that point. And thanks to [journalists] Jay Trachtenberg and Michael Point, word got out through the media..."
"...Gallagher Leigh's 29th birthday party takes a sudden turn when she announces that the evening maybe the last time her friends see her alive. A night of questions, coping and debauchery immediately follow..."
"...I am writing to say I enjoyed Lee Nichols' article regarding our local area news coverage ["Media Clips," Vol. 17, No..."
"...Lauderdale is lovely this time of year. For the real music fan, the process of elimination starts now - with "Picks & Sleepers." Year after year, The Austin Chronicle provides what no other media outlet can provide: advance information on over two-thirds of the festival's showcases..."
"...Like Me D: Rob Mockler A reckless loner, desperate for human connection, sets out on a crime spree that she broadcasts on social media. Her reality quickly splinters into a surreal nightmare as her exploits spiral out of control..."
"...The 2012 Fusebox Festival was over, and I was in charge of the SVT lobby gallery – I was and am its curator, its organizer, its pimp, as I have been since Larson offered me the position in 2011. And the next gallery show after Beeler's "Food Porn" exhibition was coming in – as preceded by prints from Tim Doyle and originals by Chronicle Arts Editor Robert Faires and the patriotic array of the "Presidential Losers" show; as followed by the photography of Shelley Hiam and the surreal Old Mastery oils of Alonso Rey and the mixed-media portraits of Beth Consetta Rubel and the woodcuts of Laura Thoms, the abstracts of Roy Moore, the aquatic emplushenings of Kristin Hogan..."
"...Unfortunately, soul music didn't exactly beat a path anywhere in 1997, leaving just as it did in 1977 two distinct musical movements at loggerheads: English pop and American roots music. There was all that talk about women and Lilith, and the media-blitzed still in all likelihood missed Loreena McKennit's superb The Book of Secrets, Chantal Kreviazuk's Under These Rocks, Beth Orton's Trailer Park, and even k.d..."
"...Wandered back to the check-in area, met up with Shelley and Brandon, and hearkened (with a ragtag group of other, exclusively web-based, journos) unto the welcoming spiel of Art Outside's Media & Artist Liaison, Marcus Swagger...."
"...To support this new perspective, a variety of media are represented, including film by Jean Renoir, jazz by Duke Ellington and Jelly Roll Morton, and rare footage of the Parisian vaudeville performer Josephine Baker. Photographer James VanDerZee documents the Harlem streets while Carl Van Vecten, a white New Yorker, adds a touch of celebrity with shots of Billie Holiday and the writer Zora Neale Hurston..."
"...If a neighbor wants to use an herbicide to kill weeds adjacent to your drinking water well, have you truly reached a compromise if you convince the neighbor to use less of the herbicide when even a little of the herbicide is probably going to pollute your water? Would it be a better compromise to remove the weeds by a non-toxic means? Or would it be a better solution for everyone to acknowledge that the weeds aren't hurting anyone and leave them as they are? The point is, many people, including his sometimes allies, seem to vilify Bill Bunch because his definition of compromise is not the same as theirs. Too many of our leaders and too much of our media would have us believe that the very act of compromise is a good thing...."
"...The Announcement Director: Nelson George On Thursday, November 7, 1991, Earvin “Magic” Johnson made the stunning announcement that he was HIV-positive and would be retiring from basketball immediately. The Announcement gets to the core of Magic’s incredible personal journey..."
"...Six months later, they walked off with Best Indie Band at the Austin Music Awards, and when the group's release show for its eponymous debut sold out Antone's last fall, they finessed rave reviews (see "Texas Platters," Dec. 24, 2010) and year-end accolades from radio, print, and Web media, backed up by an avid following that landed them a headlining gig at the Parish on New Year's Eve..."
"...NEW MEDIA (Director and screenwriter: J.J. Adler) -- Living in the lap of luxury through no achievement of his own, an out of touch, middle-aged poseur tries to make good by getting in on the 'viral video' craze...."
"...I am deeply offended by the countless innuendoes in the liberal-socialist media that Christians, especially those who voted for President Bush, are selfish, ignorant, uncaring. This is the slander from the pro-abortionists, the pro-gay movement, from the anti-religious church and state separationists, and the liberal establishment...."
"...I said Austin and mentioned that we'd read about Miller's in the Chronicle. His face immediately broke into one of the most beautiful toothy smiles I've ever seen..."
"...Javier Escovedo 9:30pm, Saxon PubShowcasing for his new label, San Antonio's Saustex Media, Javier Escovedo sleeps on its Hickoids frontman/imprint founder Jeff Smith's couch while promoting latest punk & roll release, Kicked Out of Eden. Edgy and emphasizing the Zeros leader and former True Believer's roots in the New York Dolls, garage, punk, and early glam, the album balances his patented riff raunch with the jangly pop of his first solo issue, City Lights..."
"...11:15pm, the Main II TDS offers a pop star bred and born for 2014. The Angeleno has deft social media skills, an auto-tuned croak, and steadfast concern for his brand..."
"...Before that, its luster had been dimmed considerably by a bitter feud between onetime partners Mickey Gilley and Sherwood Cryer, who once agreed to split everything the club made 50-50, and wound up agreeing on not much at all. To top it off, Gilley's was located at ground zero of a devastating early-Eighties oil bust, something Pasadena -- a blue-collar patchwork of strip malls, subdivisions, refineries, and pipeline immediately southeast of Houston -- felt even more acutely than the rest of the Greater Houston sprawl...."