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Land of 1,000 Dramas
"...crowed that this year's VORTEX season was composed entirely of new works. It's indicative of Cullum's fervor for material..."

March 12, 1999 Arts Feature

Best of Austin – Saturday
BOA all day, erryday
"...Come enjoy local spots featured in our annual "Best of Austin" issue – voted best by our readers or..."

March 20, 2015 Features Feature

Land of the Free: the History of State-owned Lands in Texas
"...The University of Texas has several icons that endure. From the animal..."

May 19, 2000 News Feature by Robert Bryce

A Son of the Fathers of Texas
Steve Mendell's life, work, and music filled in the gaps
"...and more frequency these days, each a bittersweet reminder of the transience of life. “My cousin Steve Mendell passed..."

Sept. 24, 2012 Music Post by Margaret Moser

Big Wonderful Thing: A History of Texas Lives Up to Its Title
Stephen Harrigan chronicles the Lone Star State’s last 500 years
"...A history of Texas is not something that should be entered into..."

Feb. 28, 2020 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Rattling Our Stage
A Survey of Austin's Rebel Theatre Scene
"...there's a term to conjure dread in the heart of a poor theatregoer. It suggests self-proclaimed artistes in black..."

April 10, 1998 Arts Feature

Among Us
The gypsy feet of playwright Ruth Margraff keep wandering back to Austin, and we're fortunate that they do
"...she is a vital voice in shaping the future of American theatre. She has a shy angel face and..."

May 7, 2004 Arts Feature by Cyndi Williams

Day Trips: West Columbia
A replica of the first capitol illustrates the humble beginnings of the Republic of Texas
"...The first capitol of an independent Texas in West Columbia looked like an..."

Aug. 25, 2017 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Where's Your Evidence?
Advances in forensic science have made physical evidence increasingly crucial in criminal justice – but the practice of preserving and maintaining that evidence is often underfunded, poorly managed, or just plain sloppy
"...prosecutors – in Gray County and the attorney general's office – for the right to DNA-test certain items of..."

Feb. 15, 2013 News Feature by Jordan Smith

Destiny's Child
Tom Doyal reviews Sam Houston, Austin author James Haley's new biography on the Texas legend, and finds that the biographer's "hard work is almost invisible to the reader; he makes this complex life accessible, even understandable, in light of the times in which Houston lived."
"...biographical labors by having chosen Sam Houston, the hero of the Battle of San Jacinto and an extraordinary man..."

June 14, 2002 Books Feature by Tom Doyal

Top Ten Stage
Top Ten Theatrical Experiences of 1997
"...Musical (Zachary Scott Theatre Center) This bastard love child of All About Eve and The Bad Seed may be..."

Jan. 9, 1998 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Day Trips
"...The San Jacinto Battleground was the first public land designated as..."

March 6, 1998 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Looking for a Fight
Ruth Margraff Recasts Texas History as Barroom Brawl
"...On April 19, 1836, 46 days after the fall of the Alamo, the depleted Texan army stopped its eastward..."

March 14, 1997 Arts Feature by Adrienne Martini

"...a sucker born every minute" doesn't cover the half of it. There may be three or nine or 60..."

March 28, 1997 Arts Review

Most Valuable Players
A Guide to Austin Stage Actors
"...Dan Dietz..."

Sept. 28, 2001 Arts Feature

Speaking in Tongues
When Dan Dietz 'lets go,' he turns gibberish into art. And he proves it in the Salvage Vanguard Theater production of MacWellman's nonsense play Terminal Hip.
"...To get a really good feel for the kind of theatre artist Dan Dietz is, it helps to have..."

March 24, 2000 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Entrances & Exits
Comings and Goings on the Theatre Scene
"...light may vary, the contributions they make may be of greater and lesser degree, but all are bound at..."

Sept. 5, 1997 Arts Feature

Drive, He Said
In its 13th year, Jason Neulander shifts Salvage Vanguard Theater into overdrive
"...Here's the thing about Jason Neulander of Salvage Vanguard Theater: You don't have to pry the..."

April 14, 2006 Arts Feature by Wayne Alan Brenner

Day Trips
Quanah Parker walked the stony road from nomadic Plains Indian to successful cattle rancher
"...nomadic Plains Indian to successful cattle rancher. The era of the Comanches' claim to the western half of Texas..."

May 13, 2005 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

The Luv Doc: Titty Bar Lunch
The chef knows what medium rare is, so don't send your steak back because it's undercooked
"...and nudity doesn't disturb me, but I can't think of a good reason someone would go to a strip..."

Feb. 19, 2016 Column by The Luv Doc

Day Trips
The Lone Star Monument and Historical Flag Park in Conroe salutes 13 Texas Revolution battle flags with a memorial to those who carried them
"...Historical Flag Park in Conroe salutes 13 Texas Revolution battle flags with a memorial to the Texans who carried..."

Sept. 9, 2011 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Day Trips: McFaddin-Ward House, Beaumont
Beaumont home is a museum to pioneer Texas family
"...McFaddin-Ward House in Beaumont displays the opulent living conditions of the very rich in the early 20th century, but..."

March 5, 2021 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Young Guns and Typewriters
"...year. The local theatre scene boasts strong, unique writers of its own: Steve Moore of Physical Plant Theater; Sharon..."

Sept. 18, 1998 Arts Feature

New York Stories
"...a move in the Big Apple without running afield of some Austin artist. Week before last, it was playwright/performer/director..."

May 9, 1997 Arts Column by Robert Faires

Theatre Critics Table Nominations 1997
"...a public ceremony Monday, May 12, 7pm, at Top of the Marc. -- Robert Faires New Script Blood:Shock:Boogie, Daniel..."

May 9, 1997 Arts Feature

Day Trips
Captain Day Trips scares us with spooky stories of Texas.
"...plentiful as creaking gates and moonless nights. With all of the inconsistencies of frontier justice there are bound to..."

Oct. 26, 2001 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Playwright as Architect
In a conversation on art and craft, playwrights Dan Dietz and Wayne Alan Brenner discuss making the blueprints for and building a drama.
"...(This is part of a series of conversations between artists about craft, that..."

Oct. 26, 2001 Arts Feature by Wayne Alan Brenner

Day Trips
The exhibit of flags in Houston reminds us of what it took to come this far.
"...The Texas flags exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston is an unusual and thought-provoking..."

Feb. 1, 2002 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Another New Museum??!?
"...lately about the one proposed by the Austin Museum of Art (quick recap: downtown space, Guadalupe & Third, design..."

Feb. 7, 1997 Arts Column

Glorious Renewal
The Contemporary Austin gives new life to the place where it all began, Laguna Gloria
"...but if you know where to look, the spirits of the city's past residents still buzz about. They debate..."

March 27, 2015 Arts Feature by Caitlin Greenwood

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