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The Making of Gone With the Wind
The Ransom Center's epic retelling of how this epic motion picture came to be

Sept. 5, 2014 Screens Feature by Robert Faires

R.I.P. Drew Glackin

Jan. 8, 2008 Music Post by Jim Caligiuri

35 Years of the Austin Music Awards
Living in a dream

March 3, 2017 Features Feature by Doug Freeman

35 of the City's Best Food Vendors Are Ready to Take Your Order at ACL Music Festival

Oct. 4, 2019 Food Feature

Luv Doc Recommends: I-Mixer
Bullock Texas State History Museum, Friday, February 20, 2004

Feb. 20, 2004 Column by The Luv Doc

Chronicle Endorsements
Recommendations for the city and school district

Nov. 25, 2016 News Feature by The Chronicle Editorial Board

AC Date Night: Three Little Pigs & East End Wines
Wine 'em and swine 'em in East Austin

July 10, 2015 Food Column by Adrienne Whitehorse

Chronicle Endorsements: County, Statewide, and Federal Races
What, you expected us to endorse a Republican in 2018?

Oct. 19, 2018 News Feature by The Chronicle Editorial Board

The Story Behind the "I'm So Gonna Vote" Stickers
How a sandlot baseball club got inspired to turn out the vote

Sept. 27, 2018 News Post by Hannah Wisterman

A House of My Own: Stories From My Life
In this collection of essays, letters, lectures, and more, Sandra Cisneros opens wide the doors to the house of her life

Oct. 16, 2015 Arts Feature by Melanie Haupt

Trans Chorus Sings Proud in Out Loud
Los Angeles group finds its voice at AGLIFF

Aug. 7, 2020 Screens Feature by James Scott

Shrewd Productions' Jump
In Charly Evon Simpson's drama, characters caught in the dark currents of grief and depression seek a way through

Sept. 20, 2019 Arts Review by Robert Faires

Austin Playhouse’s Bloomsday
Steven Dietz’s rumination on a great love lost lacks some of the vivid passion it needs in this staging

Jan. 20, 2017 Arts Review by Elizabeth Cobbe

Playback: 35 Years of Chronicle Music Covers
We wade through the roughly 300 issues stamped with the mug of a musician

Sept. 2, 2016 Music Column by Kevin Curtin

Veronica's Room
Hang on for the second act of this Oh Dragon Theatre thriller – then hang on!

Sept. 11, 2015 Arts Review by Shanon Weaver

One in a Crowd: Far Western
New documentary wants to bring Japanese Country and Western home

Sept. 12, 2014 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

I Can Watch What Where?
Finding films for cheap on the Internet

Oct. 16, 2009 Screens Feature by Kimberley Jones

Chronicle Endorsements for the March 3 Primary Election
From local judges and representatives to the presidential candidate, here are our recommendations

Feb. 14, 2020 News Feature

A Christmas Carol
Zach Theatre's musical version abounds in great voices, but it may drown out Dickens with songs

Dec. 20, 2019 Arts Review by Laura Jones

Glass Half Full Theatre's Once There Were Six Seasons
Using innovative puppetry, Glass Half Full Theatre dukes it out with climate change in an invigorating way

April 26, 2019 Arts Review by Laura Jones

Saint Frances Takes a Charming and Honest Look at Pregnancy
Millennial comedy and the things women don't want to talk about

March 8, 2019 Screens Feature by Sarah Marloff

I Am a Filipino and This Is How We Cook

Oct. 26, 2018 Food Feature by Kahron Spearman

Jarrott Productions' Prodigal Son
The opposing worlds of John Patrick Shanley’s textured script are conjured with powerful stillness and restless energy

Sept. 29, 2017 Arts Review by Shanon Weaver

Zilker Theatre Productions’ The Wizard of Oz
The 59th Zilker Summer Musical embraces all the joy in the familiar tale, making for a family-friendly show

July 28, 2017 Arts Review by Elizabeth Cobbe

Day Trips & Beyond: Of Texas Rivers & Texas Art
Collection expands our appreciation for nature and art

April 26, 2017 Travel Post by Gerald E. McLeod

Day Trips: World War I Memorials
Communities around Texas remember their fallen sons from the Great War

April 7, 2017 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Austin Playhouse's Death of a Salesman
Marc Pouhé creates a powerful and sympathetic portrait of Willy Loman in a production starring African-American actors

March 3, 2017 Arts Review by Elizabeth Cobbe

The Rude Mechs' Field Guide
There's much to ponder in the second draft of the Rude Mechs' mash-up of Dostoyevsky, stand-up comedy, and spiritual belief

April 15, 2016 Arts Review by Elizabeth Cobbe

Austin Shakespeare's Medea
This production of the Greek tragedy asks the audience to consider the whole story before passing judgment

March 4, 2016 Arts Review by Shanon Weaver

Exploring Calvin & Hobbes
This catalog from an exhibition about the comic strip reveals an unusual amount about its creator

June 12, 2015 Arts Feature by Raoul Hernandez

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