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Playback: Big Henry's Grooves Antone's
Antone's new vinyl annex, Scoot Inn's new look, Jackie Venson's new late-night TV fan, and new (bad) ideas for ACL Fest signage
"...Enter Big Henry's Vinyl & Gifts, Antone's new storefront shop selling records,..."

Sept. 30, 2016 Music Column by Kevin Curtin

Tropic of Cancer
"...Ligneres. Based on the once highly controversial novel by Henry Miller (it was banned as obscene in the U.S...."

Aug. 13, 1993 Movie Review by Pamela Bruce

Capitol Chronicle
Political commentary on the career of Henry B. Gonzalez
"...I met Congressman Henry B. Gonzalez only once, for a brief moment in..."

Dec. 8, 2000 News Column by Michael King

Letters at 3AM
America's ideal of liberty shaped the country's finest authors
"...the nature of Nature, but that changed. For, say, Henry James (1843-1916), society and its progress served as a..."

Aug. 14, 2009 Column by Michael Ventura

Page Two
'Sin City' may offer almost no suggestion of a moral substructure. But it insists there is morality, no matter how fragmented.
"...Rodriguez's brilliant cinematic evocation of the novels is Frank Miller's howling, Old Testament morality! A sense of extraordinary outrage..."

April 15, 2005 Column by Louis Black

Letters at 3AM: So Big Deal, Hemingway
Will Huck Finn be a valuable and immortal American archetype in the future?
"...Take this parenthesis I wrote last year: "(And hey: Henry Miller, Willa Cather, and Mark Twain are the only..."

July 25, 2014 Column by Michael Ventura

Letters at 3AM: Articles of Faith
"That all things are possible is God"
"...at age 21, I received another such jolt from Henry Miller's The Air-Conditioned Nightmare...."

Oct. 18, 2013 Column by Michael Ventura

Crimes of Passion and Prose
With Quills, Philip Kaufman (Henry & June, The Unbearable Lightness of Being) has made another film about the startling fusion between literature and sex.
"...as everything the gang leader will never be. In Henry & June (1990), the principal characters are Henry Miller..."

Dec. 22, 2000 Screens Feature by Michael Ventura

Women on the Verge
Interview with Filmmaker Rebecca Miller
"...You could say that Rebecca Miller was born into the artistic life. Her parents are..."

Feb. 23, 1996 Screens Feature by Marjorie Baumgarten

Between the Sheets: The Literary Liaisons of Nine 20th-Century Women Writers
Despite the often cruel behavior of their male counterparts, these famous women writers yearned above all for a creative mirror, an intellectual equal
"...– Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes, Anaïs Nin and Henry Miller – but it still smarts when you read..."

May 7, 2010 Books Review by Audra Schroeder

Fears of a Clown
Austin's newest theatre company serves up the musical tale of a very famous French clown suffering an existential crisis
"...The play is loosely based on Henry Miller's novella The Smile at the Foot of the..."

Aug. 12, 2005 Arts Feature by Barry Pineo

Dirty Words
Roger Gathman delves into local bookstores' shelves of smut to investigate the collective Gestalt of erotica.
"...to a Jewel song with the line, "You be Henry Miller and I'll be Anaïs Nin." I wanted to..."

Aug. 11, 2000 Books Feature by Roger Gathman

Washington Square
"...Maggie Smith, Albert Finney and Ben Chaplin. One reason Henry James is such a hot movie property these days..."

Nov. 7, 1997 Movie Review by Russell Smith

Cowboys and Controversy
Kyle Henry and the Texas Documentary Tour
"...photograph by Todd V. Wolfson Austin filmmaker Kyle Henry's hour-long documentary American Cowboy - which screens next Wednesday..."

May 8, 1998 Screens Feature by Marc Savlov

Postscripts
Upcoming events in Austin's literary life
"...self-portraits by Tennessee Williams, Anne Sexton, D.H. Lawrence, and Henry Miller; one of three copies of the death mask..."

Feb. 9, 2001 Books Column by Clay Smith

Real Austin Stories
Austin's Exploding Documentary Scene
"...Clockwise from left: Ellen Spiro, Kyle Henry, Richard Lewis, Don Howard, Ramona Diaz, Hector Galán, and..."

March 13, 1998 Screens Feature by Jerry Johnson

Kill Your Darlings
Daniel Radcliffe stars as Allen Ginsburg in this sweet and sour story about the loves and collegiate years of some of the Beat writers.
"...its library with copies of Lady Chatterley’s Lover and Henry Miller’s Tropic of Cancer (booting out the Gutenberg Bible..."

Nov. 22, 2013 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

Page Two
Boston '69 revisited
"...same way, any casual reference to a writer by Henry Miller, Allan Ginsberg, or any of several dozen important..."

Nov. 19, 2004 Column by Louis Black

Justice League
Another ho-hum entry to the DC Extended Universe
"...Snyder. Starring: Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller, Ray Fisher, Amy Adams, Jeremy Irons, Henry Cavill, Ciarán..."

Nov. 17, 2017 Movie Review by Kimberley Jones

Page Two: Wild and Delirious
A columnist's lament, by way of some favorite cultural touchstones
"...Henry Miller's opening line to Tropic of Capricorn – "Once..."

Sept. 7, 2007 Column by Louis Black

Rock & Roll Books
Gift guide
"...You won't find a Henry Miller essay in Avril Lavigne's book. Part scrapbook, pseudo-album,..."

Dec. 3, 2004 Music Feature by Courtney Fitzgerald

Paging Through the "Page Two" Archive
A look back at Louis Black's long-running column now at the end of its run
"...Rodriguez's brilliant cinematic evocation of the novels is Frank Miller's howling, Old Testament morality! A sense of extraordinary outrage..."

Sept. 7, 2017 Screens Post by Kimberley Jones

Letters at 3AM: Behold The Maslin
The Maslin is not a person but, rather, a function of virtually every book-review staff in the Western world
"...Maslin attempts to enforce minimalism. William Shakespeare, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Henry Fielding, Henry Miller, they're all safely dead and can..."

Jan. 29, 2010 Column by Michael Ventura

Letters at 3AM
Freedom is beautiful and dangerous: That has been the theme of American writers since the beginning
"...to write without an English accent. After Twain, only Henry James would sound English. America's English had become a..."

May 11, 2007 Column by Michael Ventura

Letters @ 3AM
These Lubbock friends of mine were always writing books – thick notebooks of drawings and words
"...Street and Myrtle Avenue. Joe walked those streets because Henry Miller (who also grew up on Decatur Street) wrote..."

March 16, 2007 Column by Michael Ventura

Letters at 3AM
No matter if it's an unknown young singer like 17-year-old Sahara Smith in a little club on South Lamar (the "unknown" part won't last long in her case), no matter if it's in the room of an unknown poet destined to remain unknown, no matter – there are acts of creation, however desperate, that cannot be stopped.
"...to do both./If only we were as happy as Henry Miller!"..."

March 31, 2006 Column by Michael Ventura

Letters at 3AM
Even though 2002 was an exceptional year for American cinema, American art has never been more marginalized, ghettoized, and controlled, than it is today.
"...(The Children's Hour), Frank Perry (David and Lisa), David Miller (Lonely Are the Brave), Mervyn Leroy (Gypsy), John Cassavetes..."

Jan. 10, 2003 Column by Michael Ventura

'Great' Gen an' Their 'Good' War
"...and is a primary ingredient for all wars. In Henry Miller's Remember to Remember (1947), Miller quotes from a..."

May 25, 2001 Column by Michael Ventura

Knick Knack Paddy Whack: A Novel
"...Henry Holt, 244 pp., $23..."

March 31, 2000 Books Review by Bob Pomeroy

Entrance to the Scriptorium: Landscape of Epitomes
Local Arts Reviews
"...Smith, pre-Socratic philosopher Heraclitus, bop saxophonist Charlie Parker, writers Henry Miller and Anais Nin, and American avant-garde musician John..."

Feb. 25, 2000 Arts Review by Skipper Chong Warson

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