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Naked City
Off the Desk:
"...As Texas legislators press the Texas Education Agency for better reporting..."

March 26, 1999 News Feature

Postscripts
Events
"...The San Antonio Public Library Foundation's Copyright Texas Reading Series, which has highlighted "twenty celebrated novelists, poets,..."

March 5, 1999 Books Column by Clay Smith

Day Trips
"...They will eat pecan pie, the national pie of Texas, all year...."

Nov. 6, 1998 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Sci-Fi Book Reviews
Deeper: My Two-Year Odyssey in Cyberspace
"...and fate to scandalize the smaller-minded citizens in their East Texas town of LaBorde. You've barely cracked the cover..."

Sept. 19, 1997 Books Feature

Reissues
"...collective chest burst open, and the ugliest, most hideous beast to work within a rock framework was freed on..."

June 27, 1997 Music Review

The Tools of the Trade
Southwest Texas State's Jazz Program
"...long enrollments in both schools, most recently at Southwest Texas State University, where he's an instructor in the music..."

June 13, 1997 Music Feature by Christopher Hess

Femmes Fatales: Rounding up Austin's Women of Mystery
"...turn, with bad herbs (aka heroin and cocaine), the Texas Rangers, cops gone wrong, and China's love life...."

May 2, 1997 Books Feature by Anna Hanks

The Team Players: Who's Who on the Campaign Trail
"...Browder for U.S. senate (Alabama) 1994: Robert Earley for Texas Railroad Commissioner, Rolanda Rios for U.S. rep 1993: scheduler..."

April 11, 1997 News Feature

Jewish in Austin
A Texas Jewboy Misses Home
"...thing, because when my family moved to San Antonio, Texas from Long Island, New York, I didn't know what..."

Dec. 27, 1996 News Feature

Election Aftermath
Bathing in Napalm
"...out with guys in gimme caps down at the Texas AFL-CIO. It was his victory party -- he had..."

Nov. 8, 1996 News Feature

Election Results
Statewide Races
"...It's official. Texas is now a Republican state. The GOP went 10-0..."

Nov. 8, 1996 News Feature

The Bio of John Wesley Hardin The Fortysomething Killer
"...John Wesley Hardin, Texas' most notorious gunfighter, had star quality. While still a..."

Sept. 8, 1995 Arts Feature

Day Trips: San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site, San Felipe
Reconstruction of the colonial capital of Texas is a step back in time
"...reconstructed of what was once the colonial capital of Texas...."

Dec. 10, 2021 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

House Dems' 11th-Hour Walkout Stops SB7 In Its Tracks
"Election integrity" bill stymied (for now) as session ends
"...Texas House Democrats began to disappear from the floor on..."

May 31, 2021 News Post by Benton Graham

New Austin Music Worth Your Bandwidth This Week
What we’re listening to
"...Callahan, "It's all one river." – Abby Johnston Cactus Lee: Texas Music Forever..."

April 9, 2021 Music Feature by Annie Lyons

Book Review: I Came As a Shadow by John Thompson
Coach's autobiography is a tale of U.S. sports and U.S. history
"...had failed to achieve what the alumni (more precisely, “Texas Exes”) consider the Longhorn birthright of national championships...."

March 3, 2021 Sports Post by Michael King

Day Trips: Caddo Mounds State Historic Site, Alto
Mystery mounds of the Caddo
"...great Native American society that occupied the forests of East Texas...."

Nov. 27, 2020 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Day Trips: Stonehenge Replicas, Ingram and Odessa
The allure of Stonehenge comes to Texas
"...might be a bit murky, the history of the Texas monument has been well documented. ..."

July 24, 2020 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Legislative Attack on Eastside Planned Parenthood Closer to Finish Line
House-approved SB 22 jeopardizes basic preventive community care
"...floor hearing that stretched into Friday evening, the GOP-dominated Texas House approved a bill that threatens the future of..."

May 18, 2019 News Post by Mary Tuma

Rancho Alegre Fights to Be the Cadillac of Conjunto Festivals
The music fest returns the native Texas genre Downtown where it once flourished
"...three of the all-free Rancho Alegre Conjunto Music Festival, East Austin native Cuellar and his partner in the venture,..."

May 3, 2019 Music Feature by César E. López Linares

Exploring Diverse Foodways at the Austin Food & Wine Festival
Plant pioneers, wines, and more to satisfy your culinary cravings
"...of Marfa's storied Cochineal showcases the flavors of West Texas, a welcome addition to the slate of Central Texas..."

April 26, 2019 Food Feature by Melanie Haupt

Richard Overton Gets a Heartfelt Send-off
Austin's oldest man, America's oldest World War II vet laid to rest at Texas State Cemetery
"...room for sunny skies and warm feelings as Austin, Texas, the nation, and the world sent Richard Overton on..."

Jan. 18, 2019 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

The Lens on Juan Sanchez
Southwest Key CEO defends himself at Texas Tribune Festival
"...interview to reporter Jay Root last Saturday at the Texas Tribune Festival. Sanchez's East Austin nonprofit spent the summer..."

Oct. 5, 2018 News Feature by Mary Tuma

How to Jail the Poor
Travis County tries to fix its Driving While License Invalid issue
"...In fact, in 2016 the only Texas county with more of these cases was Harris, which..."

Sept. 21, 2018 News Feature by Chase Hoffberger

Fear the Walking Dead Casts Its Shadow Over Austin
The AMC spin-off smash brings the dead to Texas
"...toward hope. That informed everything, and the move to Texas was part of that journey." That's also why it..."

Aug. 10, 2018 Screens Feature by Richard Whittaker

God-Fearing, Honky-Tonk Man Josh T. Pearson Tries to Play It Straight
Airplay with the Lord
"..."Yeah," he says in his clenched-jaw Texas drawl. "He said, 'Fuck you!'"..."

April 13, 2018 Music Feature by Doug Freeman

First Look: Seven Grand Whiskey Bar
The team behind Half Step brings whiskey to East Seventh
"...Austin Monday with the opening of Seven Grand on East Seventh, bringing a 400-plus bottle whiskey program featuring the..."

June 16, 2017 Food Post by Thea Newell

As Austin Grows, So Does the Risk of Flood
Forget the 100-year storms. City flooding happens all the time, often right in your backyard.
"...The city's topographical condition within Texas' expansive geography makes it a common target for big..."

April 21, 2017 News Feature by Joseph Caterine

Day Trips: Kenedy Ranch Museum, Sarita
South Texas ranching family's history is told through colorful murals
"...story of the ranch, the pioneering family, and South Texas..."

Sept. 23, 2016 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Giving the Power Back
Texas Advocates for Justice launches Austin chapter with training program
"...Houston-based Texas Advocates for Justice will launch its Austin chapter next..."

July 8, 2016 News Feature by Annamarya Scaccia

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