Volume 21, Number 4
Scenes and voices from Austin's reaction to the attacks
BY MICHAEL MAY
Bush attempts to have his state papers declared federal property.
BY LUCIUS LOMAX
UT professor gets slammed by the UT president in Houston Chronicle for view on attacks
BY LEE NICHOLS
When the city settled its boundary dispute with Lumbermen's Investment Corp., it didn't close the book -- it opened up a sequel.
BY AMY SMITH
Pretrial suspended in Michael Scott yogurt shop murder trial
BY JORDAN SMITH
Neighborhood leaders seek stronger code enforcement front-lawn parking.
BY LAURI APPLE
Brief items of interest
BY LAURI APPLE
Gus Garcia on the qualities of the next mayor
BY MIKE CLARK-MADISON
Lloyd Doggett feels the pressure of the "war hysteria."
BY MICHAEL KING
Terrorists attack, and security enthusiasts "protect" us; nursing homes abuse the elderly, and the answer is
deregulation?; and money management firms give the wealthy a shoulder to cry on.
BY JIM HIGHTOWER
A new world-class restaurant on Guadalupe
BY MICK VANN
Food editor Virginia B. Wood tells you how to eat for charity in the upcoming week.
BY VIRGINIA B. WOOD
A sampling of Austin's Italian restaurants in this week's "Second Helpings."
Unassuming Austin singer-songwriter stumbles upon the big time.
BY ANDY LANGER
Jesse Dayton is finally an Austin musician again after years of only being mistaken for one
BY JERRY RENSHAW
The Austin music scene benefits the Red Cross.
BY KEN LIECK
Bruce Robison Reviewed
Music Tied to the Wheel, Here I Am in Dallas
Bebe Buell and Victor Bockris
Penny Valentine and Vicki Wickham
The Tiki Bar is Open
UT Performing Arts Center presents a Philip Glass retrospective, "Philip on Film," with Glass performing live his film compositions.
BY MARC SAVLOV
AFS presents the films of Kinji Fukasaku, Japan's premier post-war director.
BY WILL ROBINSON SHEFF
Austinite Vance Kotrla's screenplay advances in the Heart of Film Competition.
BY KIMBERLEY JONES
BY COURTNEY BARRY
Waking Life to premiere in Austin, Regal announces canned goods = free movies, and some film score schooling with Brian Satterwhite.
BY MARC SAVLOV
Belinda Acosta talks about how glad she is to see Dave back on the air (we are, too), why Dan's patriotic meltdown pissed her off (irresponsible journalism), what Politically Incorrect-ism Bill said (but later retracted), and where are civil liberties are headed (the toilet).
BY BELINDA ACOSTA
Top-notch character actors come together as an abestos-removal team stationed in an abandoned mental hospital in this supernatural thriller.
arts & culture
Brief profiles of 40 Austin actors who have distinguished themselves through the quality of that acting, the recognition they've garnered for it, and the singular qualities they brings to Austin's theatre community.
BY ROBERT FAIRES
Oklahoma!, A Macbeth, and Art were the big winners at the 27th Annual B. Iden Payne Awards.
BY ROBERT FAIRES
Trust is like a thoroughly modern version of those Noel Coward constructs in which the affluent and their hangers-on loll about having affairs and lobbing endless volleys of bon mots, and the Seven Ages Theatre Company production serves up its series of tilted vignettes and monologues in a smooth, brisk fashion.
Despite the presence of a talented ensemble, the Austin Shakespeare Festival production of what most of the English-speaking world considers the greatest play ever written is a thin Hamlet of watered-down performances and even more diluted directorial choices.
The most effective weapon against long-term terrorism is this country's involvement in the world community; the most effective refutation of terrorists is the preservation of our civil liberties.
BY LOUIS BLACK
Our readers talk back.
Our readers' letters regarding the September 11 terrorist attacks
Coach's "double-Scorpio" wife Kelly makes some unreasonable demands.
BY ANDY "COACH" COTTON
Fredericksburg-area residents are working to preserve the area's one-room rural schoolhouses.
BY GERALD E. MCLEOD
BY MR. SMARTY PANTS
The stars at night are bigger and brighter, deep in the heart of Texas: Check out these local Hollywood sightings
Goth is alive and well and living in San Antonio
bra straps are still ugly and
your Style Avatar goes out on a "Denim Edge."
BY STEPHEN MACMILLAN MOSER
Maintaining body-cell mass
BY SANDY BARTLETT AND MARY MILLER
I am concerned about the hepatitis vaccination now required for my child. Is this vaccination worth it?
BY JAMES HEFFLEY, PH.D.
Letters to the editor, published daily