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Archive Theater's The Man of Destiny
The company builds a uniquely entertaining evening around Shaw's fiery tango of wits between a young Napoleon and a Mysterious Lady

Feb. 21, 2020 Arts Review by Trey Gutierrez

Zilker Theatre Productions’ The Little Mermaid
Dynamite vocals and grand visuals overcome the musical’s narrative weaknesses to satisfy audiences nostalgic for Disney’s classic

Aug. 9, 2019 Arts Review by Trey Gutierrez

Queer Collaboration Yields Otherworldly Campiness in p1nky and The Kwane: Another Soup Opera!
Genres collide in cartoon-inspired DIY musical

May 29, 2019 Qmmunity Post by Mac Irvine

Spectrum Theatre Company's Juneteenth Chronicles
With this play, Crystal Bird Caviel honors ancestors who were slaves and her colleague, the late Dr. Billy F. Harden

June 15, 2018 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Hyde Park Theatre's The Moors
This production of Jen Silverman’s play is an engaging cocktail of Gothic mystery, modern absurdity, and stunning surprises

July 14, 2017 Arts Review by T. Lynn Mikeska

Small Town Crime Is a Nasty Bit of Noir
The Nelms brothers and John Hawkes team up for trouble

March 10, 2017 Screens Feature by Sean L. Malin

Zilker Theatre Productions' Shrek the Musical
The lovable ogre and company spring to life on the Hillside stage with loads of laughs and professional polish

July 29, 2016 Arts Review by Shanon Weaver

Hyde Park Theatre's The Flick
Annie Baker's drama movingly shows us that the drama in a movie theatre isn't only on the screen

July 22, 2016 Arts Review by Robert Faires

Process at the Hideout Theatre
This improvised spoof of a play in production conjured an old-school realistic drama with spot-on symbolism and overinflated egos

July 8, 2016 Arts Review by Robert Faires

The Realistic Joneses at Hyde Park Theatre
With Will Eno's comic drama, HPT brings a funny kind of fear to the 'burbs

March 18, 2016 Arts Review by Robert Faires

Welcome to Night Vale The Novel
Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor move the strange little desert town of their wildly popular podcast to the printed page

Nov. 6, 2015 Arts Feature by Michael Berry

i have a new addiction! just what i didn't need.

Oct. 12, 2007 Promotions Post

I Am the Resurrection
Ignore Jim Morrison - do not cancel your subscription to the resurrection, because Roky Erickson is Lazarus unbound.

March 10, 2006 Music Feature by Raoul Hernandez

Pink Floyd's Roger Waters Gets Political With the Chronicle
He should be a prime-time news analyst. Televisions would melt.

March 20, 2020 Music Feature by Raoul Hernandez

ATX Television Fest Heads to Letterkenny
"You were talking with your pals the other day ..."

June 7, 2019 Screens Feature by Richard Whittaker

Exposing the Art of the Scam in Lie, Cheat & Steal
Comics Pat Sirois and Kath Barbadaro school you on the grift in their podcast

July 27, 2018 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Performance Park Takes Over the Vortex
Bonnie Cullum’s dream wakes the Tarot into life in her company’s immersive theatrical experience

March 23, 2018 Arts Feature by Wayne Alan Brenner

Roe's End?
After nearly three years of fighting, Texas reproductive rights advocates will get their day at the U.S. Supreme Court

Jan. 29, 2016 News Feature by Mary Tuma

Chron to the Max
2015 serves up a tasty film crop

Jan. 1, 2016 Screens Feature by Marjorie Baumgarten

Andrew Bujalski Pumps Up With Results
Microbudget auteur increases marketability with fitness fable

May 29, 2015 Screens Feature by Michael Agresta

Gay Place: That's Where I Wanna Be: Lenny!
This week's week of nuts is kicked off with OUTsider's first outing: MayDayGayDay

May 2, 2014 Column

I Write the Folk Songs
From 1980s MTV Robert Plant look-alike to New Age icon, Marshall Styler knows his way around an eBay melody

July 3, 2009 Music Feature by Margaret Moser

"I Made a Movie, and They Didn't Want It!"
Shut out by distribution companies, indie filmmakers go DIY when it comes to getting their movie out there.

July 11, 2003 Screens Feature by Kimberley Jones

Hi Mom, I'm Home
On the heels of threatened industry strikes and life-changing world events, this year's Sundance Film Festival in Utah featured more deals, more attendees, and more stars.

Jan. 25, 2002 Screens Feature by Marjorie Baumgarten

I Wanna Take You Higher

Dec. 4, 1998 Books Feature by Simon Reynolds

I'm Sorry, Yogi

Sept. 12, 1997 Music Feature by Raoul Hernandez

Born to be Reviled
Interstate 35's worst stretch is also its most politically organized -- and that's a problem for TxDOT.
"...has been project chief for about a year (the I-35 plan has gone through two previous project heads). "So..."

Sept. 20, 2002 News Feature by Dave Mann

Naked City
More eyes than usual upon a city parking contract
"...elected officials. At stake are the efforts of the I-35 Makeover Coalition to use revenues from the city-managed parking..."

Aug. 27, 2004 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Hitting the Bottleneck
The Texas Department of Transportation tries to fix bottleneck project.
"...Everyone knows that I-35 is an accident waiting to -- honk! screech! kerplunk!..."

Jan. 28, 2000 News Feature by Amy Smith

Austin at Large: This Road’s Gone On Forever
Is it wrong, or dumb, or evil to spend billions to fix I-35?
"...price of $400 million – that adding lanes to I-35 is Central Texas' top priority for transportation investment. That's..."

May 17, 2019 News Column by Mike Clark-Madison

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