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"Heroines, Harlots, and Hussies: Old Testament Women in Renaissance and Baroque Prints"
The prints and drawings in the Blanton Museum's "Heroines, Harlots, and Hussies: Old Testament Women in Renaissance and Baroque Prints" illuminate the way women shape biblical history, even though it's often through their misbehavior
"...Like so many other literature lovers, I'm a great fan of the Old Testament. It..."

May 21, 2004 Arts Review by Molly Beth Brenner

Day Trips
Bask in the bluebonnets' beauty on your way to some delicious barbecue
"...of wildflowers. Sure, a cook might have an occasional bad day or you get there too late for the..."

April 23, 2004 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Eat, Drink, and Be Merry
The 'Saveur' Texas Hill Country Wine & Food Festival
"...– Virginia B. Wood Thursday, April 1 The Big Bad Barbecue-and-Beer Bus Bash, 11:30am-3:30pm: If you're reading the paper..."

April 2, 2004 Food Feature

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"...a Republican, but only when there's no Democrat (however bad they might be) running? Uh, thanks for the support...."

March 26, 2004 Column

TCB
One final SXSW missive
"...and Von Bondies; Big Star spiritual heirs the Bigger Lovers and Boss Martians; the Real Heroes' flash flash flash;..."

March 26, 2004 Music Column by Christopher Gray

Something More Than Just Cerebral
This is a different Kaufman, and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind marks a different kind of picture for the writer
"...Eternal Sunshine's Joel and Clementine, a pair of warring lovers that decide, post breakup, to erase each other from..."

March 19, 2004 Screens Feature by Kimberley Jones

Strangers With Candy: Seasons 1 & 2 DVD Packs
Jerri Blank makes me "moist as a snack cake down there"
"...fatty suit (bootilicious!), cowl neck, Maude hair, and some bad brown biker speed teeth (making Austin Powers' gnarly choppers..."

Feb. 6, 2004 Screens Review by Kate X Messer

Texas Titles in Toto
"..."All Night Texas Turnaround," Ted Roddy & Tearjoint Troubadours..."

Nov. 28, 2003 Music Feature

Page Two
Critical response to Kill Bill ignores the current cultural resonance of cinematic vengeance.
"...suggest most of us have more good times than bad, and certainly more good times than tragic. The best..."

Oct. 31, 2003 Column by Louis Black

At Home With Capital Punishment
The fourth annual March for a Moratorium surrounds the Capitol.
"...politicized and prosecution-biased justices. While acknowledging this was a bad legislative year for Texas advocates of justice, David Attwood..."

Oct. 24, 2003 News Feature by Michael King

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)
Three highly amusing and personable comic actors skewer, pun, and cook their way through all 37 of Shakespeare's plays in The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged), a show that launches the Austin Shakespeare Festival's 20th anniversary season with a bang, a few whacks, and a lot of laughs.
"...a single three-minute play of mistaken identities, cross-dressing, thwarted lovers, and complicatedly-cobbled-together happily-ever-afters -- all briskly sung to the..."

Oct. 3, 2003 Arts Review by Robi Polgar

Norman Normal Saves the World
With Norman Normal Saves the World, writer and solo performer Rob Nash creates a breakout vehicle for the sinus-clearing, "I could kill you right now" über-geek of Nash's Holy Cross Sucks!, and its absurd hilarity, along with Nash's usual clarity in characterization, chameleon comic abilities, and ever-sharp wit, make this Holy Cross installment a fine summer blockbuster of its own.
"...Before you dismiss all this geeks-gone-bad skullduggery as just some high school nerds' imaginations run..."

Aug. 8, 2003 Arts Review by Robi Polgar

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"...these matters, I would refer you to Daniel Kolak's Lovers of Wisdom pp. 249-260 and Huston Smith's Why Religion..."

Aug. 8, 2003 Column

Tricks
Blake Yelavich has transformed another Eastside warehouse into what promises to be a gem of a small theatre for years to come, but his sexual thriller Tricks, with which he opens the new Arts on Real, is much like the as yet unfinished theatre: incomplete.
"...hounds Cort and Aaron, two men who use their lovers like an assortment of accouterments in an ongoing game..."

June 27, 2003 Arts Review by Robi Polgar

European Bistro
Eating out … 30 minutes out: MM Pack and Mick Vann review the ethnic fare up north.
"...above the floor. Zovek says, "If you want something bad enough, you can make it happen. The other merchants..."

May 16, 2003 Food Feature by MM Pack

Culinary Evolution
Vespaio has always been good -- now, it's better.
"...Seafood lovers will find many items on the Vespaio menu to..."

Jan. 17, 2003 Food Feature by Virginia B. Wood

Good Show
It was a good year -- not a great one -- for the Toronto International Film Festival.
"...record of an important American band ultimately felled by bad decisions and drugs...."

Sept. 20, 2002 Screens Feature by Marjorie Baumgarten

Luminarias
Teatro Humanidad's production of Evelina Fernandez's play Luminarias has a hip, urban style and flair, but more importantly, it has characters who are individuals, distinct personalities who draw us into their lives with the feelings and thoughts they express.
"...with a good boy from a good familia going bad, being sucked into the gang life and/or screwed by..."

Feb. 22, 2002 Arts Review by Robert Faires

Long Fringe @ Blue Theatre
"...Faith Healer by Brian Friel (Big Bad Wolf Productions) Wed, 1/23: 9:30pm; Sat, 1/26: 4:30pm; Thu,..."

Jan. 11, 2002 Arts Feature

Page Two
Judging resigning City Manager Jesus Garza's performance in a difficult job will take some time; XLent's recent cover controversy brings back memories and reminds us how cool talk radio is; screwball comedies were the funniest movies ever, and the Austin Film Society is showing eight of them in the next two months.
"...To apologize for what you personally believe is a bad idea by attacking the free flow of ideas elsewhere..."

Jan. 11, 2002 Column by Louis Black

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"...French Bread, 20-plus years, has employed artists, students, lifestyle lovers in Austin since the 80s!..."

Dec. 28, 2001 Column

Letters at 3AM
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein offered a metaphor for the modern age, one in which the monster is the unacknowledged dark side of the inventor or creator.
"...and the suicide of another of her husband's (pregnant) lovers...."

Oct. 19, 2001 Column by Michael Ventura

Naked City
News Shorts
"...Tiede replies. "Everyone's standing around right now making very bad jokes."..."

Oct. 19, 2001 News Feature by Lauri Apple

Critic's Picks
Outdoors & Recreation
"...enough for rowdy daredevil kids, yet delicate enough for lovers, the hard rubber seats are big enough to hold..."

Oct. 5, 2001 Best of Austin Feature

The Hightower Lowdown
Terrorists attack, and security enthusiasts "protect" us; nursing homes abuse the elderly, and the answer is … deregulation?; and money management firms give the wealthy a shoulder to cry on.
"...Hundreds of thousands of freedom lovers who went before us fought, bled, and died to..."

Sept. 28, 2001 News Column by Jim Hightower

Solid as a Rock
Casual reliability at Stone House Grill
"...way that can be both blissful and wicked. Cream lovers can sympathize with my attraction to this Cajun-inspired dish,..."

Sept. 14, 2001 Food Feature by Rachel Feit

After Napster
The world of online music after the fall of Napster.
"...Napster (see "MP3 for Dummies," right). Here's the really bad news for all the impoverished college kids and other..."

Aug. 17, 2001 Music Feature by Michael Bertin

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Our readers talk back.
"...Ken Burns Jazz series. If you thought that was bad, just wait till PBS captivates the nation once again..."

March 16, 2001 Column

Guess Again: Short Stories
"...jerk off to the miniature bastion of manliness. Too bad his family makes an unexpected return home while he's..."

Jan. 19, 2001 Books Review by Martin Wilson

Shopping
"...truly is better to give than to receive. Not bad for a guy who started it all by selling..."

Sept. 15, 2000 Best of Austin Feature

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