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SXSW Picks & Sleepers
Blurbing the pinnacle of SXSW 2006.
"...Central Presbyterian Church LZ Love may be new to Austin, relatively speaking, but she's an old hand at spreading..."

March 17, 2006 Music Feature

Godzilla vs. the Green Screen
Austin special effects artists can kill you with a squib or with a CGI bullet hit, gore it up with pig entrails or digitally composited blood, and create just about anything you can imagine with their bare hands or software. Does the industry need both?
"...things noir is, with an able assist from honorary Austinite Quentin Tarantino, a thing of brutal beauty, at once..."

April 22, 2005 Screens Feature by Marc Savlov

Our readers talk back.
"...12] perform live twice when I first moved to Austin. I was totally unprepared the first time. From the..."

March 19, 2004 Column

Shades of Gray
In Texas Prisons, It's Hard to Tell Who Your Enemies Are
" eye on inmates in the barber shop, the craft shop, and the TV lounge, all of which opened..."

April 28, 2000 News Feature by Nate Blakeslee

Dancing About Architecture
A Lucindarella Story
" - starting from the moment she arrived in Austin last Monday and began rummaging through South Austin thrift..."

Aug. 7, 1998 Music Column by Ken Lieck

Picks & Sleepers
"...will be some form of music happening somewhere on Austin turf at any given moment. How does the 1998..."

March 20, 1998 Music Feature

The Great Critic Test
How Much Do You Really Know About These Freaks?
"...which reached a passionate extreme in the Astor Place Riot of 1849, with 31 people killed because of a..."

Feb. 27, 1998 Arts Feature by Adrienne Martini

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