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Austin @ Large: Searching for Candidates
The Petition Lawsuits Threaten to Obscure the Election
"...petitions, they violated the $100 contribution limit set by Austin's campaign-finance rules (which Curtis and Mitchell both helped get..."

April 5, 2002 News Column by Mike Clark-Madison

The Tenth Annual "Austin Chronicle' Short Story Contest Results
"..."Is the seat free?" Tomas asked. The Old Man said nothing. "To je..."

Oct. 19, 2001 Books Feature

Top 20 Austin Breweries of 2020
It's time for our annual Central Texas Brewery Power Rankings
"..."a new hazy IPA all in the name of free press and informed election coverage." In a lot of..."

Nov. 11, 2020 Food Post by Eric Puga

Austin Struggles to Adjust as SB 4 Takes Its Toll on Immigrants
"We are not safer as a community when victims are running away from us rather than coming to us."
"...for a better life in the U.S., landing in Austin a few years ago. The 20-year-old works in home..."

April 5, 2019 News Feature by Mary Tuma

Austin Eats
ACL's food court, 10 years later
"...Creole cuisines. With the Jazz Fest model in mind, Austin City Limits organizers sought to provide a similar experience..."

Sept. 16, 2011 Food Feature by Claudia Alarcón

Austin Filmmaking, Ten Years After
Film director Richard Linklater interviews Bob Ray, the director of the new Austin-made movie Rock Opera, about the Austin Film scene over the past 10 years.
"...Richard Linklater and crew took to the streets of Austin and filmed the now-classic movie Slacker. Little did anyone..."

Sept. 3, 1999 Screens Feature by Marjorie Baumgarten

Austin, California?
The West Coast Goes to the Southwest
", as rents and home prices have risen, and Austin traffic has grown more crowded and snarled, many of..."

June 30, 1995 News Feature

Margarita Deals in Austin for National Tequila Day
What’s better than a margarita? Buy one get one free margaritas.
"...the 24th, diners can get buy one get one free $9 margaritas made with Cazadores tequila. Combine the Two..."

July 23, 2018 Food Post by Emily Beyda

Point Austin: American Horror Story
What can you say when you can't say "It's Only a Movie"?
"...– and voters have an absolute moral obligation to keep him as far from the presidency as humanly possible...."

Oct. 14, 2016 News Column by Michael King

Point Austin: Sounds Like a Plan
CAMPO's 2035 Plan reads like a dream of a different Central Texas
" that in complaining of CAMPO's short-sightedness, he couldn't keep himself from correcting the grammar of the immortal Casey..."

April 16, 2010 News Column by Michael King

Point Austin: Give Perry a Brain Scan
Governors who reject federal stimulus money need their heads examined
" the politician who will stand on principle to keep them from receiving help." Make no mistake – despite..."

March 6, 2009 News Column by Michael King

Point Austin: Meet the Republicans
The Republicans hold their convention while licking their wounds
"...In a sensible culture, parents who would keep their children ignorant of basic sexual knowledge and then..."

Sept. 5, 2008 News Column by Michael King

French Free-for-All
The latest Austin Film Society free series surveys French cinema in the Nineties.
"...Attempts to write about the Austin Film Society series prove to be, at first, a..."

Nov. 1, 2002 Screens Feature by Kimberley Jones

The Tenth Annual "Austin Chronicle' Short Story Contest Results
"...and it was summer and it was hard to keep the place cool when there were too many women..."

Oct. 19, 2001 Books Feature

Bike Routes in Central Austin
"...Park with steep sides. Make sure the ramp is free of pedestrians before you charge down. Ring bell or..."

Oct. 17, 1997 News Feature

New Austin Music Worth Your Bandwidth This Week
What we’re listening to
"...a patron in Robert Plant on the Zeppelin crier's Austin-kissed 2010 album Band of Joy...."

Sept. 4, 2020 Music Feature by Raoul Hernandez

People Talk Funny at Austin Sketch Fest
The annual jubilee of jokes leads off with a spoof of a Trump-Biden debate and a speech on toxic femininity
"...that the presidential mouth-off is part of this year's Austin Sketch Fest. Yes, the annual jubilee of jocularity, now..."

Aug. 21, 2020 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Qmmunity: Today in Queer Austin History
How a little-known legal case may have shaped the LGBTQIA movement
"...has just found the Driskill Hotel guilty of violating Austin's Public Accommodations Ordinance – specifically the hotel's (now long..."

July 10, 2020 Column by Beth Sullivan

Austin at Large: Every Day is Juneteenth
Yes, freedom is worth celebrating. But it also bids us to do some serious reflection.
"...I had never heard of Juneteenth before moving to Austin in 1988. By that time, it had been a..."

July 3, 2020 News Column by Mike Clark-Madison

New Austin Music Worth Your Bandwidth This Week
Here's what we're listening to
"...with a suave and swanky lilt. Seventh-generation Texan and Austinite for all but the first six months of his..."

June 19, 2020 Music Feature by Doug Freeman

A Rough Start to Summer for Austin’s Beloved Pools
Can we swim yet?
"...11, 2020: The original story stated that the hiring freeze for lifeguards had been lifted. The freeze remains in..."

May 29, 2020 News Feature by Clara Ence Morse

Chronicle Readers Share What They Love and Miss About Austin
Everything from restaurants to neighbors to long, stress-free walks
"...We asked you to share what you miss about Austin and you didn't disappoint. Below find some of our..."

April 28, 2020 Chronolog Post

Austin at Large: How to Wear a Mask
Constructive thoughts from the near side of the curve
"...with the program now recommended by the CDC and Austin Public Health. Living with a nurse availed me of..."

April 10, 2020 News Column by Mike Clark-Madison

2019's Big Stories Shaping Austin's Path Into a New Decade
Never a slow news day
"...taste to the tap water of Central and South Austin. The smell eventually faded away, and by March, the..."

Dec. 20, 2019 News Feature by the News Staff

Austin's Land Use Debate Returns to the Spotlight
A new draft code has risen out of CodeNEXT's ashes
"...On Friday, Oct. 4, city planners released their initial..."

Oct. 11, 2019 News Feature by Austin Sanders

Discovering (and Creating) Austin’s Best Self-Guided Beer Tours
Crawl before you ball
"...the quintessential New York Times-style 36-hour beer crawl of Austin, but quickly realized that would be depriving you, local..."

Oct. 4, 2019 Food Feature by Eric Puga

A Story of Twin Sisters, Austin Real Estate, and Salad Dressing
SASS (Season All Stuff Sauce) forced to start over after their rent increased 350%
"...SASS (Season All Stuff Sauce) was born in Austin 31 years ago, the same year as Lauri's son..."

Sept. 6, 2019 Food Feature by Roxy Bonafont

16 Austin Cooking Classes to Spice Up Your Kitchen
Brush off the culinary cobwebs, or learn a whole new skill
"...ATX Vegans has partnered with Wheats­ville Co-op to bring free cooking demos to the masses. The classes aren't hands-on,..."

Aug. 30, 2019 Food Feature by Alisha McDarris

Austin at Large: You Can’t Take Our Sons Away
On gun violence, white supremacy, misogyny, and fatherhood
"...My son says Austin, our fair and liberal city, is actually not a..."

Aug. 9, 2019 News Column by Mike Clark-Madison

Faster Than Sound: Austin Terror Fest Crosses Over
Two birthdays and a dark christening
"...mostly at the Lost Well, last weekend's third annual Austin Terror Fest found its footing as a destination for..."

June 14, 2019 Music Column by Rachel Rascoe

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