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Chapter 27
Jared Leto gains weight and lets it all hang out as John Lennon's killer, Mark David Chapman, in this fictionalized account of what occurred at the Dakota.
Film Review  April 25, 2008, by Josh Rosenblatt
"...Schaefer. Starring: Jared Leto, Lindsay Lohan, Judah Friedlander, Ursula Abbott, Mark Lindsay Chapman and Jeane Fournier..."

Beaucoup pastry doughings; plus, sad news from the Brentwood Tavern and P&K Grocery
Food Column  October 26, 2007, by Virginia B. Wood
"...How's this for a case of pastry-basket turnover? Well-known San Antonio pastry chef Mark Chapman came to Austin from La Mansión del Rio a couple of years back to fill the position as executive pastry chef at the Driskill Hotel. He left that job earlier this fall to pursue a personal project of his own..."

Another lightning round of local food news
Food Column  November 21, 2008, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Be sure to consider orders of the delicious Berryhill tamales (beef, chicken, pork, spinach/corn, and holiday turkey) for all your upcoming holiday celebrations... And last but certainly not least, hearty congratulations to pastry chef Mark Chapman and recent "Best of Austin" award winner Dawn Orsak on the birth of their son, Rome Wilder Chapman..."

Cookies, cupcakes, and ice creams – oh, my!
Food Column  May 2, 2008, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Look for another new business with this same kind of groove to open in the West Campus area this summer. Pastry chef Mark Chapman is busy getting the Cookie Lounge ready to debut in the street level of a new high-rise on Rio Grande..."

Everything you need to know about Easter Sunday in Austin
Food Column  March 25, 2005, by Virginia B. Wood
"...They're not that easy to find these days for some reason, and that got me to looking elsewhere for seasonal delights. New Driskill Hotel Executive Pastry Chef Mark Chapman has packed the pastry case at the 1886 Cafe & Bakery (Sixth & Brazos, 391-7121, with delectable delights, including white and dark chocolate truffles, iced sugar cookie cut-outs, and a selection of 10-inch cakes, custom-decorated for the spring season..."

Cookie Lounge
Head to Cookie Lounge for customized, fresh-from-the-oven, gourmet treats
Food Review  November 21, 2008, by Virginia B. Wood
"...What if there were a way to have one or two (or six or a dozen) freshly made cookies to feed that nagging cookie hunger without all the extra bother? Cookie Lounge is the answer to any impending cookie dilemma. This first of its kind venture is the brainchild of Austin entrepreneurs Artie Rogers, Stacey Gillar, and Paul Vaden, along with award-winning pastry chef Mark Chapman..."

Our Food writers take a driving tour of Austin's sweet shops
Food Column  October 10, 2008, by Virginia B. Wood
"...I've been a big fan of the wholesale sweets from this homegrown company; here's hoping its retail venture does well... Speaking of new sweet shops, respected pastry chef Mark Chapman and his investment partners are opening a creative new venture this weekend in the campus area..."

Austin's all over the TV, and Austin chefs are all over the place
Food Column  May 14, 2004, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Former Driskill Hotel pastry chef Jimmy McMillan was lured away by the Houstonian earlier in the spring and has recently been replaced by Mark Chapman, award-winning pastry chef from La Mansion del Rio in San Antonio. Perhaps all it will take for pastry and desserts to be awarded a more important place in the Wine & Food Festival lineup is the arrival of a few high-profile male pastry chefs around town! Meanwhile, Vespaio is now proudly presenting the desserts of Barrie Cullinan (she of the delectable simple shortbreads), and Sheree Wormley is new in the pastry kitchen at Asti..."

IACP conference smorgasbord pleases
Food Column  June 10, 2011, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The market stocks fresh organic produce, cheeses, and dairy products; locally produced artisanal food items; locally milled organic, whole-wheat flour and cornmeal; and locally raised meats and poultry. Also look for fresh breads and desserts created by longtime Aus­tin pastry chef Mark Chapman..."

Harmonic Distortion
Malekko Heavy Industry's guitar pedals of mass distortion
Music Story  December 21, 2007, by Darcie Stevens
"..."We were trying to think of a band name," Holley continues, "and I was watching a program about Mark Chapman, the guy that killed Lennon. He told his wife that he had to go to New York to write a book called Malekko the Gecko...."

Driskill Grill
We like this place. A lot.
Food Review  July 21, 2006, by Barbara Chisholm
"...Though each of us cleaned our plates, we had just enough appetite left to sample the dessert offerings of pastry chef A. Mark Chapman..."

At the Texas Hill Country Wine & Food Festival
Food Column  April 14, 2006, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Memorable bites: perfect, eggshell-sized meringue cups of tart lemon curd from Wink; fried peach pies and root beer floats from the Texas Culinary Academy pastry department; Katherine Clapner's unusual snow cone made with chicha morada, purple Peruvian corn syrup; the signature turtle soup from Brennan's of Houston; lobster and truffle pot pie from Moonshine; smoked buffalo chili Frito pie from Bonnell's; luscious tres leches cake from La Duni in Dallas; cold poached shrimp on a bed of tomato sorbet from Aquarelle; a refreshing palate cleanser of Texas Rio Star grapefruit sorbet with Campari from Teo's. Stars news bits: Little Texas Bistro chef/owner Paul Petersen has accepted the executive chef position at the Gage Hotel in Marathon; Driskill pastry chef Mark Chapman decorated his table with a lovely wedding cake and a reproduction of the UT Tower and told us the 1886 Bakery has sold more than 100 wedding cakes in the past year; visiting chefs Kenny Callahan, John Ash, and Sue Torres dropped in to both TCA and ACC to assist and supervise the student chefs who were preparing their dishes....."

Afternoon Class
The Driskill's Royal Victorian Spring Tea
Food Story  April 29, 2005, by Barbara Chisholm
"...Outfitted with opulent architecture and interiors that recall and celebrate its cattle baron beginnings, it's right smack downtown at the hub of urban action. Its two restaurants, the grand and celebrated Driskill Grill and the more casual 1886 Cafe and Bakery, boast two renowned chefs in the kitchen: the nationally recognized David Bull and pastry chef Mark Chapman..."

Attention, chocoholics; plus, the Granite Cafe is eroding
Food Column  November 5, 2004, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The newly renamed Wine and Food Foundation of Texas hosts its fifth annual Stephan Pyles Celebrity Chef Dinner this weekend, prepared by chefs Will Packwood, Stewart Scruggs, David Apthorpe, and Mark Chapman with the assistance of this year's $15,000 scholarship winner, Susan Harkness. The dinner will be held at Mirabelle (8127 Mesa, 346-7900), and tickets are $125..."

Bad Blood
Did the Austin Police Department Shut Down an Investigation of Its Own Cops?
News Story  February 16, 2001, by Jordan Smith
"...The Summary also alleges that now Assistant Chief Jimmy Chapman and former FBI agent (now Williamson County Sheriff) John Maspero were apparently involved in thwarting investigators' efforts to pursue the case by halting surveillance efforts as well as by interfering with informants...."

Letters of Intent
Possible rape victim Virginia Glore has found a champion in Charlotte Johnson.
News Story  December 14, 2001, by Jordan Smith
"...On Nov. 29, she got a disturbing phone call from APD Assistant Chief Jimmy Chapman -- who wanted to "reassure me on a couple of points" related to Glore's case, as Johnson puts it..."

Looking to the Future
Screens Story  March 2, 2001, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...Gary Chapman: 21st Century Digital Man In the virtual era, a Famous Intellectual can live anywhere, but he has to live somewhere, and for Gary Chapman, Austin is the best of all possible somewheres. "Austin is home to me," says the director of the 21st Century Project at UT's LBJ School of Public Affairs..."

Music Review  January 19, 1996

Naked City
Breaking stories from Austin and beyond
News Story  April 23, 2004, by Michael King and Lee Nichols
"...At long last, the summary was released last week of an investigation designed to determine whether former APD Assistant Chief Jimmy Chapman committed perjury last summer. Unfortunately, the four-page summary – bereft of any substantive content involving investigative procedure or findings – leaves open the one question it was supposed to answer: Did Chapman commit perjury during a July 10 deposition taken in connection with the whistle-blower lawsuit filed in 2002 by Officer Jeff White? According to Chief Stan Knee's handpicked investigator James McLaughlin, president and general counsel for the Texas Police Chiefs Association, his inquiry is – drum roll, please – "inconclusive." Chapman was accused of lying under oath when he testified that he never sought to remove a set of phone records related to former Williamson Co..."

Although the animation looks terrific and the story features an immensely sympathetic heroine, Brave lacks the sheer imaginative oomph of prior Pixar pics.
Film Review  June 22, 2012, by Marc Savlov
"...Directed by: Brenda Chapman and Mark Andrews...."

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