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Live Shots
Brian Setzer Orchestra, Br5-49
"...Carl Perkins and Scotty Moore. Brandishing an assortment of fat candy-colored Gretsch guitars, Setzer pursued his true love, jazz..."

Aug. 20, 1999 Music Feature

"...Gang of Four danced with a purpose in the fat face of postmodern consumer culture, and unlike most bands..."

Dec. 18, 1998 Music Feature

"...their books: Nancy Bell signs Biggie and the Fricasseed Fat Man, Jay Brandon signs Angel of Death, Lynda S...."

Dec. 4, 1998 Books Column by Clay Smith

Live Shots
" before you get a chance to call 'em fat old farts. -- Jerry Renshaw..."

Nov. 6, 1998 Music Feature

Fall Deluge
"...the Miami-based author's success or failure in trimming the fat without sacrificing the flavor in traditional Latin dishes. Our..."

Oct. 16, 1998 Food Column by Virginia B. Wood

The Art of Jewish Food
"...speak on the difference between good and bad dietary fats on Tuesday, May 19 (Gateway) and Thursday, May 21..."

May 15, 1998 Food Column by Virginia B. Wood

BS3 Improv & Sketch Comedy Fest Schedule

April 17, 1998 Arts Feature

Dancing About Architecture
The Road to Winville
"...the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences on Tuesday. In truth, a grand total of 23 Texas-born or..."

Jan. 9, 1998 Music Column by Ken Lieck

Thoroughly Modern Mollie
A Vegetarian Cookbook Author Takes Broccoli to the 21st Century
"...share. Lunch hour at Las Manitas on a chilly Tuesday is predictably noisy and crowded, but from the appreciative..."

Nov. 28, 1997 Food Feature by Marion Winik

Heavy Western
The Derailers
"...of popular music's continual cycle; when things get too fat and bloated, along comes something new (in most cases..."

Nov. 14, 1997 Music Feature by Raoul Hernandez

MAYOR: Watson's Plastic Past
"...-- are getting the vote out like crazy. On Tuesday, front-runner Kirk Watson was at the University of Texas,..."

May 2, 1997 News Feature by Alex de Marban

Live Shots
"...they didn't play longer. This doesn't mean that the Tuesday night crowd at Stubb's wasn't into their rare stylings;..."

Feb. 28, 1997 Music Feature

Also Playing
"...Thursday: George Devore & the Roam, La Zona Rosa; Fat Daddy & the Bel-Airs, Emo's..."

Dec. 27, 1996 Music Feature

Illbient for Spooky
"...special interest, Texas voters continue to believe that the "Fat Cat" factory will continue to feed them the other..."

Nov. 15, 1996 Column

National Midnight Stars
"...yes, they do a couple of grunge songs!... Wammo's Fat Headed Stranger comes out this week on Mercury's spoken..."

Oct. 25, 1996 Music Column

Record Reviews
"...together meet in the band's most natural offering yet, "Fathers." And because it's all so remarkably graceful, Ear Candy's..."

June 21, 1996 Music Review

Distributor Capped!
"...wanting them to show clips of them in their fat, coked-out days, you know not to expect too much..."

June 14, 1996 Music Column

Beer-Fueled, Fence Humping Music
"...of shows and played a lot of Monday and Tuesday nights, but at least we got to play there..."

Dec. 8, 1995 Music Feature

Punky Tonk Blues
Wayne "the Train" Hancock
"...him to chuck his AC/DC and KISS records into Tuesday's garbage, but the Hancock household record collection not only..."

Nov. 24, 1995 Music Feature

"...Resort and interviewed chef Terry Conlan about his tasty, low-fat fare. Closer to home, Channel 7 news reporter Tony..."

Nov. 10, 1995 Food Column by Virginia B. Wood

New and Noshworthy
"...2905 San Gabriel, presents a Samuel Adams Beer Dinner, Tuesday, March 16, at 7:30pm. Chef Stephen McInerney and Beer..."

May 12, 1995 Food Column by Virginia B. Wood

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