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Developing Stories: Walking on Water
A roundup of Lady Bird Lake planning efforts that are all wet

Dec. 19, 2008 News Column by Katherine Gregor

Livability: Stories
Raymond writes life as it is lived – which is to say devoid of significant drama – and writes of it without recourse to stylistic flamboyance or narrative tricks
"...Livability: Storiesby Jon Raymond Bloomsbury USA, 272 pp., $15 (paper)..."

Jan. 16, 2009 Books Review by John Davidson

Take the A-Train
Mike Clark-Madison discusses 10 years covering light rail, and urges voters to support it.
"...now wears those laurels -- but after dozens of stories, probably close to 50,000 words about public transit in..."

Oct. 13, 2000 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Lasting Legacy
Kneeland Raised Standards
"...try something different. The station decided to subject crime stories to the following questions before running with them: Do..."

Feb. 6, 1998 News Column by Lee Nichols

Bigger, Better, Smarter
San Diego is everything Austin wants to be: livable, transit-oriented, pedestrian-friendly, and downtown-centric. But will tools that worked in the nation's largest border and military base town translate to Central Texas?
"...city of San Diego, developers say; as in Austin, stories of bureaucratic obtuseness and hoop-jumping are legion. So the..."

Jan. 14, 2000 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Making More Than Ends Meet
Chasing the middle class dream in Intimidad
"...are especially adept at detecting and cultivating entirely different stories. Mardi Gras: Made in China (2005) strings together the..."

March 7, 2008 Screens Feature by Shawn Badgley

The Downtown Austin Plan
The city unveils its Downtown Plan in progress
"...costs are dramatically lower in midrise (less than six stories)...."

Jan. 11, 2008 News Feature by Katherine Gregor

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