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The Doughnut Man
"...Austin Police Benevolent Association president Mike King (above) supports "Doughnut Man" Randy Malone's attempts to recruit..."

Aug. 8, 1997 News Feature

We Have an Issue: Austin Media Getting the Job Done
Local journos rise to the occasion, and band together for Friday’s All Together ATX fundraiser
", in last week's first-ever digital issue was Michael King's final "Point Austin," his "farewell" column. I put farewell..."

April 3, 2020 Column by Kimberley Jones

Godzilla Versus Guzu Gallery Again
The king of the monsters returns for a second show
"...Strange Beasts 2: A Tribute to the King is a sequel to their 2013 show celebrating the..."

March 26, 2014 Design Post by Richard Whittaker

Feral Lansdale
Joe Lansdale heading to Austin, and Bubba's comin' with him
"...the presence of Joe Lansdale. On June 16 the king of East Texas Gothic will be screaming over from..."

June 8, 2010 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

Developing Story
AFF honors Arrested Development creator Mitchell Hurwitz
"...Mitchell Hurwitz. If you're a fan of smart, funny, groundbreaking, dead-before-its-time TV, then you know the name: Hurwitz created..."

July 6, 2009 Screens Post by Kimberley Jones

A Blue Flag for a Red State
Joking legislators trade shots over governor's flag
"...Phil King, R-Weatherford, didn’t care for that, and pushed an amendment..."

May 2, 2009 News Post by Lee Nichols

The Wind That Shakes the Barley
Ken Loach paints a grim realist portrait that captures the solemnity of an Ireland turning on itself and the tragedy of two brothers spiraling away from each other.
"...fighters against the ruthless Black and Tan soldiers of King George V. At the center of the struggle is..."

April 27, 2007 Movie Review by Josh Rosenblatt

Fifty Years of the Texas Observer
"The stories told here do not recount dead issues from our shameful past," Lee Nichols writes. "Instead, we see them with here-and-now vitality, the eyes of the time."
"...handful got elected to the Legislature; a few others, working for about the same pathetic pay, wrote for The..."

Sept. 3, 2004 Books Review by Lee Nichols

Maps, Balls, and Testifying
The testimony gets mighty strange at the re-redistricting trial.
" drafting of the map; Rep. Wilson; Rep. Phil King, R-Weatherford, who carried the plan in the House; and..."

Dec. 26, 2003 News Feature by Michael King

The Animation Show
Mike Judge and Don Hertzfeldt inaugurate a new annual series of animation collections.
" Various. All hail. There’s a new animation show making the rounds, and it’s such a delight it makes..."

Sept. 5, 2003 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

The Black Cauldron
The Tolkein / D&D brand of sword & sorcery common in Lloyd Alexander's classic Chronicles of Prydain was a bit dark for the Disney set, but the Mouse factory went ahead and made The Black Cauldron anyway. Too bad they Disneyfied it to death.
"...young Taran from an assistant pig-keeper into a High King over the course of five volumes. Alexander's world was..."

May 10, 2002 Screens Review by Michael Chamy

The Medea Stories
With The Medea Stories, the St. Edward's University Theatre Department with guest artists from the SITI Company reinvents Euripides' tragedy as a modern courtroom drama and connects us to Medea's tale with immediacy and a great urgency.
"...the violation of a sacred bond of humanity, the taking of innocent life by the very one who bore..."

April 19, 2002 Arts Review by Robert Faires

Hamlet: Words, Words, Words
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.
"...Beverly Sheffield Zilker Hillside Theatre,..."

Sept. 28, 2001 Arts Review by Robi Polgar

This is Our Youth
The characters in Kenneth Lonergan's This is Our Youth are coping with the fallout from having grown up in dysfunctional families and tangled in friendships that were often abusive reiterations of those families, and Saints and Poets Theatre bring them to pure, unfiltered life, every twitch and slouch, every blame and whine and burst of cheap violence.
"...friendships that were often abusive reiterations of those families, making unsure attempts at more intimate connections with strangers or..."

July 20, 2001 Arts Review by Wayne Alan Brenner

Aida: Outmatched by the Set
Austin Lyric Opera's Aida looks like a million bucks, but its stunning visuals are undercut by some less-than-grand human qualities.
"...Bass Concert Hall,..."

March 17, 2000 Arts Review by Robi Polgar

A Macbeth: Fascinating Executions
The FronteraFest 2000 Long Fringe round-up continues with Robi Polgar's review of the State Theater Company School of Acting production of A Macbeth
"...dark figures described a thick, chalk circle in which King Duncan and his kin knelt and prayed in mumbled,..."

Feb. 11, 2000 Arts Review by Robi Polgar

Holding Light: The Seen and the Unseen
Rebecca Cohen looks at the exhibition of contemporary glass sculptures "Holding Light" at the Austin Museum of Art: Laguna Gloria.
"...wall is absent in the sunny first gallery. Ruth King's swirling glass tornados similarly pale in the room. For..."

Nov. 12, 1999 Arts Review by Rebecca S. Cohen

Goosebumps Rising
Enduring Books in the SF Realm
"...luminaries -- the number of legends wandering around and looking somewhat dazed still managed to impress. Forrest J. Ackerman,..."

Sept. 19, 1997 Books Feature by Marc Savlov

Fantastic Fest Returns to Celebrate Itself
Global genre gathering announces streaming lineup
"...Fantastic Fest may be taking a year off due to the coronavirus lockdown, but..."

Sept. 10, 2020 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

Faster Than Sound – Relocations & Precautions: Austin Recording Studios During COVID-19
Big Orange and Cacophony engineers relocate as recording industry tiptoes back into the studio.
"...After four years at the East Central Storage facility..."

July 17, 2020 Music Column by Rachel Rascoe

We Have an Issue: Habit Forming
Checking in with musicians in quarantine, #NowStreaminginAustin, Craft Brewers vs. COVID-19, and more new and recurring features
"...habits – my bad habits, mostly – and read probably the same books as you about how long or..."

April 10, 2020 Column by Kimberley Jones

Plan Your Psychedelic Weekend With These Levitation Picks
Nearly two-dozen choices ranging from the Flaming Lips to Elephant Stone
"...the Pink Robots. The Grammy winners' airy and cinematic King's Mouth, released in July, is slow-building prog-rock fantasy. – Kahron..."

Nov. 8, 2019 Music Feature by The Music Staff

What'cha Watchin'?
Editor Kim Jones programs hifalutin Shakespeare and the highly gross mortifications of the pubescent body
"...King Lear (Amazon Prime) The original Succession, if not the..."

Oct. 5, 2018 Screens Column by Kimberley Jones

The Hidden Room Theatre Is Working With a Presidential Assassin
Aside from that, Mrs. Lincoln, we reckon you’ll really enjoy the show
"...You know Beth Burns and her company have been..."

June 12, 2018 Arts Post by Wayne Alan Brenner

CodeNEXT: Outlook Bleak
Land use commissioners stumble into Feb. 12 final draft
"...Robinson said the housing market's supply and demand is working at a regional level, but fails at the local..."

Feb. 2, 2018 News Feature by Sarah Marloff

Top 10 Criminal Justice Stories
The biggest stories from local cops, courts, and criminals
"...1) Crime Lab Shutdown Longstanding malpractice at APD's forensic..."

Dec. 30, 2016 News Feature by Chase Hoffberger

"...Council met Wednesday evening with the CodeNEXT Advisory Group working on the land-use ordinance rewrite, and meets today (Oct...."

Oct. 21, 2016 News Feature

2016 Contest & Festival Facts
"...No Dogs - No Coolers - No Smoking Contest..."

Aug. 19, 2016 Food Feature

Playback: Mayor Steve Adler's Politics of Music Policy
Omnibus staff report is imperfect, but don't stop the momentum, says mayor
"...bringing into play. There's grant stuff we should be looking at – a lot of different elements. It's just..."

July 8, 2016 Music Column by Kevin Curtin

Play Jimmy Reed
Blues great schools us on Antone's
"...I expected nothing more than a short quote, but talking about the club opened a floodgate of memories for..."

Sept. 19, 2014 Music Feature by Kevin Curtin

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