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SXSW Roundtable: Policy, Legislation & the Next Music Business
Ballroom Dancing: SXSW panels
"...Cuban brought a spark to a roundtable – featuring IRS Records' Jay Boberg, among others – that was a..."

March 19, 2004 Music Review by Michael Chamy

Our endorsements for the March 9 Republican and Democratic primaries
"...economics, authoritarian law enforcement, and the whole host of capital-first social policies that have dominated U.S. politics for a..."

Feb. 27, 2004 News Feature

TEA Takes Over Eastside Charter School
The state steps in at the Texas Academy of Excellence
"...$167,520, most of which will go straight to the IRS to satisfy a $137,588 levy for back taxes. The..."

Feb. 27, 2004 News Feature by Rachel Proctor May

TAE Charter Faces Crisis of Dollars and Confidence
Teachers at the Texas Academy of Excellence charter school walk for nonpayment, and the school stumbles on
"...TAE problems, such as the administration's overestimating enrollment the first year and spending two years repaying a $280,000 overpayment..."

Feb. 20, 2004 News Feature by Rachel Proctor May

Our endorsements for the March 9 Republican and Democratic primaries
"...economics, authoritarian law enforcement, and the whole host of capital-first social policies that have dominated U.S. politics for a..."

Feb. 20, 2004 News Feature

"...of Life" and "All the Right Friends," these 18 post-IRS tracks reveal a band equally adept at plumbing the..."

Dec. 26, 2003 Music Feature by Christopher Gray

Our readers talk back.
"...oh where did Red Meat go? It was the first thing I looked for in the Chronicle. It has..."

Nov. 28, 2003 Column

Long-Time Unemployed Go Invisible, Skewing Numbers
" stamps, or Medicaid – no matter what our IRS returns show at the end of the year, our..."

Nov. 24, 2003 Postmarks

'There's Going to Be Some Changes'
The latest Mala Sangre testimony dismantles the APD party line
"...under oath and try to interfere with an Internal Affairs investigation? And did APD adequately investigate the charges of..."

Oct. 17, 2003 News Feature by Jordan Smith

Another Stupid Argument by Swanson
"...which of them returned their extra money to the IRS? John Pass the Catsup Kerry, worth a couple of..."

Oct. 14, 2003 Postmarks

Goths, Goths, Goths
"...Headhunters, is close to securing nonprofit status from the IRS and has printed up Red River T-shirts that will..."

Sept. 12, 2003 Music Column by Christopher Gray

Naked City
How did the one-time golden boy cross over to the dark side? Dapper Dan now has four years to find out.
"...Internal Revenue Service "Special Agent in Charge" of the IRS criminal investigation, said, "No one, including the former Texas..."

July 25, 2003 News Feature by Michael King

Naked City
Beyond City Limits
" its reports to the Ethics Commission and the IRS. -- A.S...."

May 16, 2003 News Feature

Our readers talk back.
"...Dear Sirs,..."

May 9, 2003 Column

From Liberty Lunch to Homeland Security: Austin's Walk With CSC
Computer Sciences Corp. is now one of America's largest defense contractors. Is this a problem for City Hall?
"...downtown from its then-HQ near the Arboretum. The company's first choice had been the Terrace PUD right next to..."

March 7, 2003 News Feature by Lauri Apple

Our readers talk back.
", to childhood inoculations, to wellness programs, to a first-class trauma service...."

Feb. 21, 2003 Column

Naked City
Austin Stories
"...worried that, beyond the obvious PR issues, eliminating the first-30-minutes-free option would lead to massive traffic jams in front..."

Dec. 20, 2002 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Seton's Latest Surprise: Jesus Rises!
Seton Healthcare Network hires former City Manager Jesus Garza -- and shifts the odds in its dispute with the city over Brackenridge Hospital.
"...have the Children's matter settled before then -- the first meeting with Seton is scheduled for the middle of..."

Dec. 6, 2002 News Feature by Amy Smith

Our readers talk back.
"...out of its central location are self-evident and devastating. First, the current location is readily accessible to all county..."

Nov. 22, 2002 Column

Page Two
In the wake of the Republican Dream Team's electoral sweep, expect the governmental services you depend on to be diminished.
"...mega-agribusinesses. Second hint: Look at social services, environmental protection, IRS enforcement, education, health services, and other areas in the..."

Nov. 8, 2002 Column by Louis Black

Capitol Chronicle
State Sen. Jeff Wentworth and Rep. Rick Green are accused of improper lobbying for "legal speed" maker Metabolife.
"...something about TDH enforcement powers.) In late summer, the IRS seized the company's financial records, and the Dept. of..."

Oct. 25, 2002 News Column by Michael King

Can Lazarus Rise Again?
Gary Bradley faces bankruptcy, and Austin wonders if he'll survive and thrive one more time.
"...owed the FDIC, and nearly $4 million owed the IRS. Six remaining creditors include his ex-wife and the Lazarus..."

Oct. 11, 2002 News Feature by Amy Smith

The Hightower Report
Accenture proclaims its Bermudan heritage; Paul O'Neill calls the kettle black.
"...havens as Bermuda. This new law would sting Accenture, first, because it is incorporated in Bermuda, and second, because..."

Sept. 6, 2002 News Column by Jim Hightower

Poor, Bankrupt Bradley
"...he added, is the $4 million he owes the IRS and the more than $73 million owed the Federal..."

Aug. 23, 2002 News Feature by Amy Smith

Devil in the Details
Why Is 'Talented Amateur Historian' Leon Day Obsessed With the Death of Ambrose Bierce?
"...determining the whereabouts of "very creative people" for the IRS. It's a calculated strategy; Day is a kind of..."

May 17, 2002 Books Feature by James McWilliams

Naked City
Coming to a PC Near You!
" the airport in Worchester, Mass.) The NYSE, FAA, IRS, DoD, NASA, and many other government and big business..."

May 3, 2002 News Feature by Brant Bingamon

Bar None
Please don't be offended by our assumption that you'll be spending a fair amount of time in our local bars while you're here for SXSW music. Here's the lowdown on downtown watering holes.
"...we have one new famous contender. Last fall, Austin's first modern-day brewpub, the Waterloo Brewing Company, succumbed to a..."

March 15, 2002 Food Feature by Virginia B. Wood

One of the only real drawbacks about working for a weekly newspaper is that it's virtually impossible to cover breaking news in anything like a timely fashion, Food Editor Virginia B. Wood writes. Here's the latest news, though, on restaurant closings and changes in Austin.
"...breaking news in anything like a timely fashion. The first week of March is a perfect case in point...."

March 15, 2002 Food Column by Virginia B. Wood

The Hightower Lowdown
Dubya's "tax rebate" was really a deceptive slight of hand; overworked doctors endanger your life; and a contest to rename Enron.
"...rebate. He and his congressional cohorts even ordered the IRS to send a letter to every taxpayer in advance..."

March 15, 2002 News Column by Jim Hightower

Citizen McCall
Kinky Friedman once remarked that the line between fiction and reality is the one he snorted back in 1978. More than two decades later, he's still getting things mixed up. Chronicle writer Sidney Moody investigates why he puts his friend John McCall, the multimillionaire shampoo magnate and owner of the beauty supply firm Armstrong McCall, in his new detective novel Steppin' on a Rainbow without even bothering to change his name.
" antique jukebox, Armadillo World Headquarters posters, Winston Churchill first editions, Parisian club chairs, an enormous elk head, and,..."

Nov. 2, 2001 Books Feature by Sidney Moody

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