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As Willie Looks to 90, Austin Stars Shine at Luck Reunion
Band of Heathens, Kelsey Wilson, Spoon made rain-delayed ranch date
"...Postponed a day due to the Thursday storms that rolled through Central Texas, the 11th..."

March 18, 2023 Music Post by Doug Freeman

SXSW Film Review: Evil Dead Rise
The possessed cabin franchise takes a gruesome trip to the city
" open sewer and die." When people talk about the Evil Dead franchise being horror-comedy, what they mean is..."

March 17, 2023 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

SXSW Music 2023: The Best Things We Saw on Thursday
Despite storms, we caught 03 Greedo, Sobs, Tangerine Dream, and more
"...Friday and KUTX’s planned Lady Bird Lake showcase inside the Convention Center, Thursday shifts kept coming...."

March 17, 2023 SXSW Post by Julian Towers

SXSW Music 2023: The Best Things We Saw on Wednesday
A primo Tiger Den showcase, iLe, Hermanos Gutiérrez, and more
"...From legacy Texas songwriters to New Order’s keynote insights, the..."

March 16, 2023 SXSW Post by Julian Towers

Jazz Re:Freshed Outernational Opens Expansive Genre Umbrella at SXSW
Steam Down, Yazmin Lacey, and more spanned Afrobeat to retro R&B
"...Alto-saxophonist Marcus Joseph was the perfect opener for the annual Jazz Re:Freshed Outernational showcase,..."

March 16, 2023 SXSW Post by Michael Toland

SXSW Music 2023: The Best Things We Saw on Tuesday
Bartees Strange, Coco & Clair Clair, plus a PinkPantheress misfire
"...Red River Street and beyond for booking agent- and genre-themed showcases alike...."

March 15, 2023 SXSW Post by Nayeli Portillo

DAWA’s Unity Concert Brings Together Austin’s Rising BIPOC-Led Acts
Showcase kicked off a week of creative Vision:8291 programming
"...There’s no way the crowd assembled at Stubb’s on Tuesday..."

March 15, 2023 SXSW Post by Chad Swiatecki

The Best Music We’ve Seen So Far at SXSW 2023
An insightful Jeff Tweedy, sunshiney Armani White, and more
"...Though South by Southwest Music officially started yesterday, the Chronicle music team, as usual, spent the weekend sniffing..."

March 14, 2023 Music Post by Kevin Curtin

SXSW Film Review: BlackBerry
The rise and fall of the original smartphone as a tragic satire
"...Never underestimate the power of a great haircut to remove the immediate..."

March 13, 2023 SXSW Post by Richard Whittaker

The Lighter Side of Freezing Your Eggs in Scrambled
SXSW alum Leah McKendrick's finds a fertile topic for comedy
"...Leah McKendrick found herself lying in bed at the end of a long production day last year and..."

March 10, 2023 Screens Feature by Maggie Q. Thompson

Unofficial Parties & Free Shows to See During South by Southwest
The Chronicle’s recommended concerts for the coming week
"...Our music writers recommend the best day parties and unofficial bonanzas for one-stop concert..."

March 10, 2023 Music Feature by The Music Staff

Your Field Guide to 80 Essential Acts at SXSW Music
Highlighting the best and buzziest at this year's Festival
"...artists to play on more than 75 stages throughout the Texas capital. Among the international, national, and hometown musicians..."

March 10, 2023 Music Feature by The Music Staff

We Have an Issue: Chaotic Good
SXSW is an absolute beast, but our special pullout issue is here to help you navigate it
"...crush of days defined by little sleep, garbage food, the eternal hunt for free booze, and transformative encounters with..."

March 10, 2023 Column by Kimberley Jones

Short & Sweet: “When You Left Me on That Boulevard”
Austin filmmaker Kayla Abuda Galang brings her Sundance-winning short film home
" short films playing at SXSW. Every day during the festival, we'll focus on a different film and filmmaker,..."

March 10, 2023 Screens Feature by Dex Wesley Parra

Re: Kendra Scott Summit
"...East Austin for generations and were displaced by gentrification, the word entrepreneur is regarded as a negative connotation. It..."

March 8, 2023 Postmarks

Free Will Astrology
Your weekly horoscope, March 3-9
"...stronger version of ourselves. I think you would benefit from using his strategy. My reading of the astrological omens..."

March 3, 2023 Column by Rob Brezsny

2022/2023 Austin Music Awards Winners
You voted – here's Austin's favorite artists, albums, and more
"...On Sunday, February 26, the four-decades-running tradition of the Austin Music Awards returned to..."

Feb. 26, 2023 Music Post by James Renovitch

Austin Oyster Festival Is Shella Fierce, Progress Coffee Is Back in Black, Girl Scouts Are Out for Blood, La Condesa Is Gonna Try Hard, and Who’s Putting All That Queso on the Verde?
All the news that’s fit to get your taste buds quivering
"...what's happening in Austin's culinary scene – as wrangled from numerous PR releases, words on the digital street, and..."

Feb. 22, 2023 Food Post by Wayne Alan Brenner

On the Nightshift: Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band Keep Running
At Moody "with the white-hot light of the oncoming train”
" that needs no introduction. Right? Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band!”..."

Feb. 17, 2023 Music Post by Raoul Hernandez

15 Best Dating Sites to Find Love & Fun in 2023
No more games - it’s time for something serious.
"...Here’s an anxiety-inducing fact: there are currently over 1,500 dating sites and apps...."

Feb. 17, 2023 Events Post

Review: Broadway in Austin’s Disney’s Aladdin
Poster child for Broadway's Disneyfication still crazy entertaining
"...Like so many other animated screen-to-stage musicals created by Disney since the 1994..."

Feb. 16, 2023 Arts Post by Bob Abelman

Two Sisters, Two Food Trucks, and a Lot of Soul
It's a family affair as sisters from Austin's Eastside emerge with twin trailers honoring their mother's legacy
"...5903 Wellington Dr., at first you might not notice the pink food trailer in a small grassy field across..."

Feb. 17, 2023 Food Feature by Haris Qureshi

Crucial Concerts for the Coming Week
Vel Nine, Sam Dimov Quintet, Rococo Disco, and more recommended shows
"...Austin's Ben Buck first invited Southern California's Vel Nine for a Texas Two-Step tour in..."

Feb. 17, 2023 Music Column by Rachel Rascoe

Nagavalli's East-and-West Fusing LP Reaches Beyond
The divine feminine of Numinosum
"...Hair! Spiked, highlighted, the fresh crown reaches toward the sky – growing up,..."

Feb. 17, 2023 Music Feature by Raoul Hernandez

Crucial Concerts for the Coming Week
Jane Leo, a Sharon Jones tribute, a Genuine Joe fundraiser, and more recommended shows
"...Hotel Vegas, Sunday 12 (w/ Tele Novella, Carruthers & Roush)..."

Feb. 10, 2023 Music Column by Kriss Conklin

Free Will Astrology
Your weekly horoscope, February 10-16
"...AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): To get the most out of upcoming opportunities for intimacy, intensify your..."

Feb. 10, 2023 Column by Rob Brezsny

This April, Antone’s Brings Blues (and More) Back to Waterloo Park
Austin Blues Festival invites Los Lobos, Adrian Quesada, and more
"...Clifford Antone, eponymous owner of the famed Downtown blues club and a patron saint of..."

Feb. 10, 2023 Music Feature by Genevieve Wood

Austin Record Stores for Your Listening Pleasure
Nine shops to satisfy your vinyl urges
"...Despite phones being the modern world's main conduit of recorded music, brick-and-mortar retail..."

Feb. 4, 2023 Music Post by Kevin Curtin

Headlines / Quote of the Week
"...left more than 150,000 Austin homes and businesses (including the Chronicle) without power; Austin Energy anticipated all power would..."

Feb. 3, 2023 News Feature

A tear-jerking look inside the fragile friendships of teenage boys
"...Where does the line get crossed when writing an inherently sad story?..."

Feb. 3, 2023 Movie Review by Jenny Nulf

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