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For His Dance (Re)current Unrest, Charles O. Anderson Keeps Moving
Through the pandemic and other obstacles, the choreographer and UT teacher continues to adapt
"...of developing and finishing a major dance project – about which Chronicle critic Jonelle Seitz wrote, "I don't think..."

Oct. 16, 2020 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Ways of Remembering: A Racial Geography Tour of UT-Austin’s Campus
Dr. Edmund T. Gordon's virtual tour illuminates the university's complicated history
"..."Any kind of history is about silence," says Dr. Edmund T. Gordon. "So much more..."

Sept. 25, 2020 Arts Feature by Sara Hutchinson

Council Recap: Undoing Austin’s White Supremacist Legacy
A Juneteenth holiday, renamings, alcohol rules among changes
"...With its July 29 approval of four resolutions introduced by Council Member Natasha Harper-Madison, City Council this..."

July 31, 2020 News Post by Austin Sanders

Shut Up and Drum: Thor Harris Talks Politics and Humanity
We spent election day with local percussive rebel
"...sitting on his templelike front porch. "I'm not sure about politics."..."

July 31, 2020 Music Feature by Kevin Curtin

Right Now, COVID-19 Is “Spreading Quickly in an Uncontrolled Fashion”
All of a sudden, is it too late?
"...Three months after Austinites brought the metro area's rate of COVID-19 transmission down to nearly zero – amid..."

July 3, 2020 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Texas-Set Drama Bull Gets in the Chute With Black Rodeo Riders
Austin-based director Annie Silverstein premieres her SXSW selected feature
"...Annie Silverstein had never sat on a bull before. Yet the Austin-based filmmaker and..."

April 17, 2020 Screens Feature by Richard Whittaker

SXSW Announces Midnighters, VR And More
Time to get dark and artistic with the latest film wave
"...be some familiar names in horror circles in the threatening ranks of this year's Midnighters, such as Brea Grant..."

Feb. 5, 2020 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

The Long Story of East 11th and 12th Streets Takes a Turn
Austin’s historically black neighborhood continues to stand at the crossroads of growth
"...Dr. Charles Urdy, at 86, can still remember the names of long-gone nightclubs..."

Oct. 18, 2019 News Feature by Brant Bingamon

Michael Ray Charles' New Art Asks Hard Questions About Race and America
The internationally acclaimed artist returns to Austin with new work that, as ever, leaves us asking ourselves what we see
"...The artist spreads the paint deliberately but quickly, filling in the sketched-out semicircle with a..."

Sept. 13, 2019 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

How Much Reform Is Enough in the Travis County District Attorney Race?
Incumbent D.A. Margaret Moore faces challengers from the left
"...In a normal political year, incumbent Travis County District Attorney Margaret Moore would be able to run on her..."

Aug. 23, 2019 News Feature by Michael King

Williamson County Residents Organize to Remove Confederate Monument
Meanwhile the Texas Legislature tries to block monument removals
"...Towering over the southern entrance of the Williamson County Courthouse, on the Georgetown..."

May 7, 2019 News Post by Michael King

Texas Book Festival 2018: Making History: The Civil Rights Movement in Texas
Uncovering the untold stories of integration at UT
"...When Virginia Cumberbatch and Leslie A. Blair started the project that would..."

Oct. 29, 2018 Arts Post by Katarina Brown

The Ransom Center's "Vaudeville!"
This exhibition reveals how the history of that entertainment form is really the history of the U.S.
"...religious extremists. Censorship. Racism. Ridicule of immigrants. Deceptive advertising. Syndicate control. Exploitation of labor. Union organizing. Cult of celebrity...."

June 8, 2018 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Unplugged: Lowering the Volume of the Live Music Capital
Ley Line, Aaron Stephens, Team Goodtimes, Uncle Pie Hole, and more grounded sounds
"...Ley Line commits charm to soothing Latin American soundscapes. Composed of Kate Robberson, Emilie Basez, and..."

May 18, 2018 Music Feature by Isabella Castro-Cota

SBOE Passes Mexican-American Studies, but Whitewashes the Name
Right-wing board member objects to “hyphenated Americanism”
"...Four years and two failed textbooks later, the Texas State Board of Education finally agreed to..."

April 13, 2018 News Post by Mary Tuma

UT Professor on the Making of Texas Film Epic Giant
Don Graham's Giant: Elizabeth Taylor, Rock Hudson, James Dean, Edna Ferber, and the Making of a Legendary American Film
"...It's a miracle that Edna Ferber's novel Giant ever made it to the..."

April 13, 2018 Books Review by Joe O'Connell

"Juntos/Together" Ties Austin's Activist Past and Present
Shedding light on action & initiatives by local minority communities
"...down the streets for their rights, incidents of police brutality against minority community members, and a changing Austin landscape..."

March 28, 2018 Arts Post by Acacia Coronado

One in a Crowd
Student Filmmakers Need Your Help
"...Like many artists, Austin's creative community is increasingly turning to crowdfunding platforms to cover..."

March 9, 2018 Screens Column by Milo Webb

UT Took Down Some Confederate Statues On Sunday Night
Lee, Johnston, Reagan out; Gov. Hogg getting moved
"...In an email sent Sunday night just a few minutes before 10pm, UT President Greg Fenves announced plans to..."

Aug. 21, 2017 News Post by Chase Hoffberger

Nonprofits and the City's Quest for Affordable Housing
Helping usher Austin out of a quagmire of inequality
"...In April, as part of its effort to combat the deepening housing shortage, the city of Austin adopted..."

July 14, 2017 News Feature by Joseph Caterine

Trevante Rhodes on His Role in Moonlight
UT alum discusses the acclaimed coming-of-age drama
"...progress, Barry Jenkins' remarkably vivid masterpiece Moonlight has arrived at an incredibly opportune time and place, as a crowning..."

Nov. 4, 2016 Screens Feature by Kahron Spearman

Baked Cookies and Racism at UT
Young Conservatives get national headlines, local contempt
"...It was the bake sale heard around the world. That's probably what the Young Conservatives of Texas hoped for..."

Oct. 27, 2016 News Post by Richard Whittaker

Teaching Truthiness
Activists, lawmakers call on State Board of Education to reject racist Mexican-American textbook
"...Roughly 200 educators, lawmakers, and activists – many of whom traveled from..."

Sept. 16, 2016 News Feature by Mary Tuma

Lee Elementary Still Lee Elementary
Campus renaming debate still rumbles on the AISD board
"...Time to update your address book: Robert E. Lee Elementary is now..."

May 26, 2016 News Post by Richard Whittaker

Point Austin: Pushed Out
The case of Austin's declining black population isn't so curious
"...UT-Austin's Institute for Urban Policy Research and Analysis has issued..."

May 27, 2016 News Column by Michael King

Headlines
"...(e.g., body cameras) will return for a decision – but committees and the budget work sessions march on. See..."

May 27, 2016 News Feature

We Can't Make It Here Anymore
As the city's Economic Development Department readies its recommendations to City Council on Mayor Adler's Austin Music & Creative Ecosystem Omnibus Resolution, is it already too late for local artists in terms of local affordability?
"...Mark Addison's Aerie Studio sits on the outskirts of town, in the limbo of the Extraterritorial Jurisdiction,..."

May 27, 2016 Music Feature by Doug Freeman

Council Recap: Water and Housing
Council takes on excessive water bills, "missing middle" in housing
"...City Council passed measures during its April 7 meeting related to affordable housing, ground transportation chauffeurs, excessive water bills,..."

April 8, 2016 News Post by Mary Tuma

Living History
The debate on how best to honor the history of Rosewood Courts continues
"...A compact living room features exposed wiring along white brick walls. Uncovered above the..."

March 25, 2016 News Feature by Mary Tuma

We're Still Here
Assessing the continuing black Austin experience
"...The first recorded African-American in Austin, Texas, was, somewhat predictably, a slave. Arriving in 1839 with Alexander Mur­chison,..."

Jan. 8, 2016 News Feature by Kahron Spearman

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