Nov. 2, 2012

Volume 32, Number 10

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news

Framing the Guilty?

Houston police thought they had their man – so the evidence was no problem

BY JORDAN SMITH

Nov. 6 Elections: The 'Chronicle' Endorsements

Point Austin: Reasons To Vote

Take the time to take responsibility for your own community

BY MICHAEL KING

Then There's This: Cracking Down on Homelessness

Chief defends police initiative on crime

BY AMY SMITH

Civics 101

Headlines

Quote of the Week

Health Care Elephants Battle Over Med School Prop. 1

St. David's formally opposes the proposition to build a med school in Austin

BY MIKE KANIN

Religion Enters AISD Race

Church and state still separate, last we checked

BY RICHARD WHITTAKER

AISD Boys' School Has a Target

Covington Middle School seems the likely candidate

BY RICHARD WHITTAKER

New AISD District Boundary Map

Some voters will be casting ballots in a different district

Barbecue With a Side Order of Politics

County Line issues letter to employees cautioning about health care changes

BY MICHAEL KING

Council: Call Me 30 More Cabs?

City Council considers permitting more cabs over drivers' opposition

BY MICHAEL KING

Two More Executions Set for November

Death row inmates Mario Swain and Ramon Hernandez both lost appeals

BY JORDAN SMITH

The Hightower Report: Romney's Halloween Trick on Voters

Of all the things the Romneys could invest in, why voting machines?
food

Big Food Ideas

Foodie intellectual Michael Pollan lectures at the Paramount

BY JESSI CAPE

Wine of the Week

From bone-dry to honey-sweet, Rieslings create complex marriages of flavor

BY WES MARSHALL

Food-o-File

Roving restaurants adventure through Austin

BY VIRGINIA B. WOOD

Meal Times Nov. 1-7

Food Reviews

Pâté Letelier

Pâté Letelier makes it onto Kate Thornberry's grocery list

Ramen Tatsu-Ya

Ramen Tatsu-Ya offers prizeworthy ramen
music

FUN FUN FUN FEST

FFFF Sunday Live Reviews

Auditorium Shores, November 4, 2012

FFFF Saturday Live Reviews

Auditorium Shores, November 3, 2012

FFFF Friday Live Reviews

This Is PiL

Sex Pistol and PiL frontman John Lydon, by God.

BY RICHARD WHITTAKER

Fun Fun Fun Fest Preview

Saving the best for last

Fun Fun Fun Fest Friday Reviews

Fun Fun Fun Fest Saturday Reviews

Fun Fun Fun Fest Sunday Reviews

screens

Nowhere Near His Final Frontier

At 74, 'Starlog' and 'Fangoria' co-founder Kerry O'Quinn is just getting started

BY MARC SAVLOV

No Hollywood Fluff, Please – We're Polish

Cinema tackles the tumult of history at the Austin Polish Film Festival

BY ANNE S. LEWIS

Film Reviews

Silent Hill: Revelation

Watch out for the demons that inhabit Silent Hill.

Wreck-It Ralph

arts & culture

Don't Stop Thinkin' About Tomorrow

Norman Bel Geddes didn't – and we're still dreaming about his future

BY ROBERT FAIRES

String Quartet Smackdown

Golden Hornet Project adds a touch of March Madness to the alt-classical scene

BY ROBERT FAIRES

Comics for Courage

Funnyman Christopher Cannon is serious about helping veterans

BY ROBERT FAIRES

Culture Flash!

Payne Theatre Award winners, new companies at home at the Long Center, and an arts administrator gets more classical work

Arts Reviews

Ragtime

Zach Theatre renders the musical with a sweep befitting its grand scale

Heather Woodbury's 'As the Globe Warms'

Woodbury's latest solo stage epic is a beautiful experiment in soap opera meets PSA
columns

Letters at 3AM: Things Like That

Under Obama, we have been subjected to a Patriot Act on steroids

BY MICHAEL VENTURA

After a Fashion: Goodnight, Sweet Hoodie

Rest in peace, sweet Hoodie

BY STEPHEN MACMILLAN MOSER

Gay Place: Vote Early; Vote Often

Get up in that early voting booth. Bring a friend.

Day Trips

Shipbuilding in Port Aransas

BY GERALD E. MCLEOD

Mr. Smarty Pants Knows

BY MR. SMARTY PANTS

The Luv Doc: Mittens and Muscleboy

Is it wrong to secretly hope that Romney wins the election?

Feedback

Letters to the editor, published daily
sports

Soccer Watch

Longhorns advance to Big 12 semifinal, and more

BY NICK BARBARO

Hornucopia

Ash gets the nod despite McCoy's heroics against KU

BY MICHAEL CORCORAN

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