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The 'Chronicle' Endorsements
Our picks for the Nov. 7 election
"...Smith, rooted in San Antonio, managed to strengthen his Austin precincts in the remap, even gobbling UT-area precincts that..."

Oct. 27, 2006 News Feature

The 'Chronicle' Endorsements
Our picks for the Nov. 7 election
"...Smith, rooted in San Antonio, managed to strengthen his Austin precincts in the remap, even gobbling UT-area precincts that..."

Oct. 20, 2006 News Feature

Page Two: Light and Darkness
Light and Darkness: In the bright cacophony of black and white, a confession of despair and an ode to uncertainty
"...Before the invasion of Iraq, Austin Bay, writing in the Austin American-Statesman, compared Iraq to..."

Aug. 18, 2006 Column by Louis Black

Our readers talk back.
"...Austin needs a chief for APD who is strong, knowledgeable,..."

July 21, 2006 Column

Our readers talk back.
"...the issues raised in Michael King's April 28 "Point Austin" column [News], it's obvious he doesn't realize just how..."

May 5, 2006 Column

Our readers talk back.
" assured, at least once and possibly twice the Austin American-Statesman filed open-record requests with the city for all..."

April 14, 2006 Column

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April 22, 2005 News Feature

Policing Sixth Street – in White and Black
Two conflicting stories – did a Downtown partier get out of control, or did the cops?
"...In October 2003, and again in January 2004, Austin American-Statesman editorialist Alberta Phillips addressed the tense relationship between..."

Jan. 28, 2005 News Feature by Jordan Smith

FronteraFest Short Fringe: Friday, Jan. 14
The Jan. 14 Short Fringe program featured a humdrum radio thriller, a comedy about tourism, a graceful commentary on rape, a provocative performance about sexism, and a thoughtful, funny reflection on headlines
"...on the year by reading past headlines in the Austin American-Statesman. The piece was more about gimmick than performance..."

Jan. 21, 2005 Arts Review by Heather Barfield Cole

Holiday Wish Lists 2004, Part 3
Presents for Public Service
"...Part 3 of our annual Holiday Wish List list. Austin's public service community fills the gaps that we, as..."

Dec. 10, 2004 Features Feature by Kate X Messer

Better Training: An RX for APD
Police think-tank offers advice on use of force, community outreach
"...presented city leaders with 59 recommendations for improving the Austin Police Department's recruiting, training, and community relations. In its..."

Nov. 12, 2004 News Feature by Jordan Smith

Our readers talk back.
"...or when there's a full moon, or when an Austin road is paved, or something more reality-based like that?..."

Nov. 5, 2004 Column

The Rove M.O.
If you read this story, your career could be over by the end of the day: Michael Paradies Shoob examines 'Bush's Brain'
"...scholar Bruce Buchanan. ("Dogmeat" is the term used by Austin political consultant Bill Miller, unable to suppress an on-camera..."

March 12, 2004 Screens Feature by Anne S. Lewis

Naked City
"...Still no quorum in the Texas Senate chamber, as..."

Aug. 8, 2003 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Short Cuts
XL ent's "The 20 Greatest Car Movies of All Time" gets "Short Cuts" all in a tizzy, and an upcoming production from the Wilson brothers.
"...Chris Garcia Dept.: Last week's XL ent in the Austin American-Statesman listed "The 20 Greatest Car Movies of All..."

June 13, 2003 Screens Column by Marc Savlov

Let There Be Light
After a $14 million facelift, UT's Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center is letting the light in, literally, through new windows across the front of the structure, and philosophically, through a new mission to give the public more opportunities to see and enjoy its astonishing accumulation of cultural treasures.
"..."the Great Acquisitor," Ransom was intent on gathering in Austin as much as he could of the world's cultural..."

May 16, 2003 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Dreamland Via Cuba
Artists Virginia Fleck and Sandra Ceballos found dreams to be a recurring theme in both their work when Gallery 106 sent Austin-based Fleck to Ceballos' home in Cuba, and now they've collaborated on an exhibition titled "Dreaming My Dreams."
"...kudos for bringing the work of Cuban artists to Austin: two Austin Critics Table awards in the past two..."

Feb. 21, 2003 Arts Feature by Molly Beth Brenner

Our readers talk back.
"...101 counties where no such care is available, the Austin-American Statesman reported that, "Pregnant women in some parts of..."

Dec. 13, 2002 Column

Dancing About Architecture
Noise Ordinance meeting is postponed, as is the ultimate fate of the Austin Music Network. Happily, the Armadillo Christmas Bazaar is back.
"...12/14: Tish Hinojosa (12:30--3pm); South Austin Jug Band (3:30--6pm); Eliza Gilkyson (8--11pm)..."

Dec. 13, 2002 Music Column by Ken Lieck

Naked City
Beyond City Limits
"...Democrats last week, but Naked City finds our own Austin American-Statesman's take to be, uh, novel. The daily's day-after..."

Nov. 15, 2002 News Feature

Naked City
"...At its Jan. 24 meeting, the Austin Independent School District plans to hear a proposal from..."

Jan. 18, 2002 News Feature by Lauri Apple

Naked City
"...than 90 cities around the globe, including Jerusalem. The Austin vigil will feature music and poetry, and attendees will..."

Dec. 28, 2001 News Feature by Lauri Apple

Citizens Not Invited
The Dems and Repubs posture over redistricting, while the rest of us just look on.
"...Davis' map as its starting point -- beginning in Austin on Monday, Oct. 22. Rather bemusedly, the judges wrote,..."

Oct. 19, 2001 News Column by Michael King

Dancing About Architecture
Woodshock, forever turbulent.
"...Now, in 2001, as Austin becomes less like Austin every day, a new Woodshock..."

June 1, 2001 Music Column by Ken Lieck

Bygone Buildings
Right in the booming heart of Austin, folks can still find evidence of times past. Devin Greaney explores some of Austin's abandoned haunts.
"...In go-go Austin, displacement is the rule. A video store seems to..."

Jan. 26, 2001 Features Feature by Devin Greaney

Everything Is Possible ... Again
Seemingly unadaptable, Greil Marcus' 1989 opus Lipstick Traces proved to be the foundation for the Rude Mechanicals' strongest theatre work to date. As they revive their hit adaptation, the Rude Mechs reflect on its creation, its success, working as a collective, and being told by Marcus, "You staged the book I wanted to write."
"...Director Shawn Sides is working at the now-defunct independent Austin bookstore Garner & Smith. She picks up a certain..."

Sept. 1, 2000 Arts Feature by Ada Calhoun

The Millennium Phone Call
When Margaret Thompson answers her phone, she never knows how distraught the person at the other end might be ...
"...this world being born and reborn all the time. Austin editor Margaret Thompson has been published in The American..."

Jan. 14, 2000 Features Feature by Margaret Thompson

High-Tech Heist
A former Power Computing company employee stole memory modules and drew a 25-year prison sentence.
"...the Loot The detective working this case for the Austin Police Department's high-tech unit -- who said he'd endanger..."

Dec. 24, 1999 News Feature by Brett Holloway-Reeves

The Gotham backlash continues.
"...a Houston condominium building, Gotham makes no contribution to Austin's uniqueness. As our city grows, we should encourage architectural..."

Oct. 15, 1999 Column

TV Eye
Will a brown-out really change the way Latinos are portrayed on television? Also, only a few quibbles about the surprisingly promising premiere of Angel, starring Buffy's David Boreanaz.
"...which appeared in newspapers across the nation, including the Austin American-Statesman, which ran the story the day of the..."

Oct. 1, 1999 Screens Column by Belinda Acosta

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