Archives - Jan. 26, 1996 Issue - The Austin Chronicle

Jan. 26, 1996

Volume 15, Number 21

news

Cowboys & Critters

Take Back Texas' Marshall Kuykendall Says It's Simply a Choice Between...

BY AUDREY DUFF

The TPWD Brain Drain

AISD Notebook

BY ROSEANA AUTEN

The Wrench Is Back

The Return of Brigid Shea

BY ALEX DE MARBAN

food

In With the New

So Long, Seis Salsas and Green & White's Groceries

BY VIRGINIA B. WOOD

Food-O-File

BY VIRGINIA B. WOOD

music

Junior Franklin 1931-1996

The Hard Line

The Hormones

BY GREG BEETS

Ac/dc, the Poor

Grumpy Old Punks

Jesus Christ Superfly

BY KEN LIECK

7 & 7 Is

Bonus Tracks

Roadkill

SXSW -- A List at Last!

screens

Making Joyful Noises

Mr. Holland's Opus

BY PATRICK TAGGART

Scanlines

Film Reviews

Alita: Battle Angel

The manga heroine comes to motion capture life

Arctic

Mads Mikkelsen follows in the wilderness steps of Jack London

Cold Pursuit

Liam Neeson is Mr. Plow ... with a vengeance

Donnybrook

Backwoods crime drama with a social conscience is gruelingly bleak

Happy Death Day 2U

Comedy-horror sequel is less Halloween, more Groundhog Day

Isn’t It Romantic

Another entry in the bizarre "head trauma leads to female empowerment" rom-com genre

The Wandering Earth

Chinese sci-fi epic about the hunt for a new sun

What Men Want

Because we needed a remake of What Women Want, apparently
arts & culture

The Connection of Merce Cunningham and John Cage Chance

If You Can Make It There

BY ROBERT FAIRES

columns

Let's Talk Positive

It could be any

Bambi, the Buck Stops Here

BY KATE X MESSER

Day Trips

BY GERALD E. MCLEOD

Page Two

BY LOUIS BLACK

Mr. Smarty Pants Knows

BY MR. SMARTY PANTS

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