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Texas Anti-Choice Legislation Continues to Damage Health Care and Undermine Local Control
As GOP postures with SB 22, women’s health care pays the price
"...created equal. Planned Parenthood has been around for a long time and are doing an unparalleled level of work..."

May 17, 2019 News Feature by Mary Tuma

Celebrate the Apollo 11 Moon Landing With These Texas Road Trips
Houston and other Texas sites celebrate the golden anniversary of the first lunar landing
"...most places. Native son Lyndon B. Johnson, though no longer in the White House when Apollo 11 flew, did..."

May 17, 2019 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Faster Than Sound: The College Kids Are Alright
First-ever KVRX Fest offers a buzzing platform for indie artists, Symphony Square, and industry-aspiring students. Also, Broken Spoke daughter Ginny White-Peacock needs "robot legs."
"...KVRX has long stood as an incubator for Austin music (see "KVRX:..."

May 17, 2019 Music Column by Rachel Rascoe

Austin at Large: This Road’s Gone On Forever
Is it wrong, or dumb, or evil to spend billions to fix I-35?
"...is doing great damage to our planet, but as long as we feel the need to move ourselves and..."

May 17, 2019 News Column by Mike Clark-Madison

Qmmunity: Road Trippin’ to Texas Queer Bars
Not to mention, Sir Rat's store opening and I'm From Driftwood's Austin show
"...Long days, longer nights, and the open road. The Chron..."

May 17, 2019 Column by Sarah Marloff

Ballet Austin's Night of Community
When a ballet's dress rehearsal becomes the main act
"...ushering them into the grand concert hall at the Long Center, for an intimate performance more typically reserved for..."

May 9, 2019 Arts Post by Barbara Purcell

Turning Williamson County a Bluer Shade of Purple
Wading through the new political landscape of the Austin suburbs
"...the United States," he tells me as we walk along a county road on the edge of Taylor. For..."

May 10, 2019 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

CAMPO Throws Money at I-35
$400 million in new funding will go to the "Capital Express" project
"...the latest iteration of the Texas Department of Transportation's decades-long quest to upgrade I-35 through Central Austin. The current..."

May 10, 2019 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Public Notice: Ends at Odds
Good deeds, bad deeds, restricted deeds
"...these transition areas are done in those neighborhoods, so long as each accommodates an appropriate share of the city's..."

May 10, 2019 News Column by Nick Barbaro

Empowering the Syrian Refugee Community One Mediterranean Recipe at a Time
A mother's story of falafel and family
"...only family heirlooms her mother-in-law was able to bring along on the journey to escape tensions back home. "As..."

May 10, 2019 Food Feature by Emily Beyda

Valinda Bolton Kicks Off
Former state rep says she’ll bring experience to Commissioners Court
"...was once held by Ann Richards (1977-82), in a “long line of strong Democratic women” that she intends to..."

May 5, 2019 News Post by Michael King

Oscar-Winning Screenwriter Revisits Milk With Austin Screening
Dustin Lance Black on the pendulum of progress
"...was elected to San Francisco Board of Supervisors. He, along with S.F. Mayor George Mascone, was assassinated by Dan..."

May 3, 2019 Screens Post by Beth Sullivan

Austin Opera's La Bohème
The beauty of the music and stagecraft in this production teaches us something about love and art
"...Because Austin Opera's production is staged at the Long Center, during the two intermissions, the audience slowly wanders..."

May 3, 2019 Arts Review by Laura Jones

Inside the 2019 Cine Las Americas Schedule
Talking different kinds of borders with Executive Director Jean Anne Lauer
"...of change at Cine Las Americas International Film Festival. Long­time booker Jean Anne Lauer took over as executive director,..."

May 3, 2019 Screens Feature by Richard Whittaker

Is a New Austin Land Development Code Done Yet?
Council: Stick a pin in that!
"...and other artifacts of parliamentary procedure, Coun­cil is a long, long way from actually considering an ordinance to change,..."

May 3, 2019 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Celebrate Community and Connection in Austin During Ramadan
Soujouk, samosas, and dinner with Rep. Ilhan Omar and Mayor Steve Adler
"...the perfect rib-sticking sustenance to power you through the long day to come...."

May 3, 2019 Food Feature by Emily Beyda

A Guide to Austin Classical Music
The virtuosi who know the score and make beautiful music happen here
"...Bohème April 27-May 5 at Dell Hall in the Long Center. Ensemble VIII..."

April 26, 2019 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Making the Math Work on Real School Finance Reform
"Texas Plan" brings new money to Austin and other districts, but nothing's final yet
"...its backers, would inject $6.3 billion and achieve goals long sought by Texas Democrats and pro-education GOP moderates: full-day..."

April 26, 2019 News Feature by Austin Sanders

Austin Homes Tour: The Art of the Craftsman Style
John Ruskin's ghost will be nearby, eating breakfast tacos and smiling
"...Austin Chronicle: How long has Preservation Austin been doing these particular tours?..."

April 24, 2019 Arts Post by Wayne Alan Brenner

The Curse of La Llorona
Latest Conjuring spin-off is a pale imitation of James Wan's original
"...world is James Wan, the man who kick-started a long line of profitable franchises: Saw, Insidious, and the colossally..."

April 19, 2019 Movie Review by Jenny Nulf

The Mayor's State of the City Is … Mixed
Adler touts city initiatives, decries “shadow” of state backlash
"...less Council consensus than the others – e.g., Convention Center expansion as a potential revenue source for homelessness programs...."

April 18, 2019 News Post by Michael King

Community Leaders Remember Akwasi Evans
The passing of Eastside writer and activist will be felt for "a long time"
"...His loss is going to be felt for a long time."..."

April 19, 2019 News Feature by Michael King

Public Notice: Two Steps Forward ...
A year ago, the last CodeNEXT draft was "unworkable." What's changed?
"...that, because while Council has now given some good, long-overdue policy direction to staff, there's not yet any real..."

April 19, 2019 News Column by Nick Barbaro

R.I.P. Akwasi Evans, Eastside Writer and Activist
“He spoke his truth”
"...His loss is going to be felt for a long time.”..."

April 16, 2019 News Post by Michael King

Shinyribs Frontman Kevin Russell Will Perform Gourds Set for Electric Lounge Reunion
Reliving the wild and woolly Nineties music scene downtown
"...We did a residency for a long time. We’d follow the Blue Plate Poets. That was..."

April 11, 2019 Music Post by Michael Toland

Settling in but Never Settling at the Old Settler's Music Fest
Executive Director Jean Spivey looks back at three decades of roots music
"...the event also began as a volunteer. After a long tenure managing and marketing theatre companies throughout the country,..."

April 12, 2019 Music Feature by Kevin Curtin

Faster Than Sound: Jackie Venson Solos
Local blues hero goes solo to cut costs, city polls on use of $12 million earmarked for the arts, and the U.S. State Dept. blocks Palestinian artist Dirar Kalash from the Fusebox Festival
"...played an intimate listening party for new LP Joy. Longtime drummer Rodney Hyder then joined Venson for a surprise..."

April 12, 2019 Music Column by Rachel Rascoe

City Council: Getting It All Planned Out
Inching toward Imagine Austin
"...like parking, housing density, and "compatibility" standards. As the long march toward a new code enters its seventh year..."

April 12, 2019 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

City Council Considers the Convention Center
Plans big and small for the city center
"...the Central Library) to ponder the ever-fascinating Austin Convention Center. The occasion was the official presentation of "Frameworks for..."

April 5, 2019 News Feature by Michael King

Author, Poet, and Podcast Host Carrie Fountain Isn’t Trying to Trick You
The 2019 Texas Poet Laureate talks shop as she receives two Texas honors
"...apart from SXSW, currently raging at the Austin Convention Center five miles away...."

April 5, 2019 Arts Feature by Rosalind Faires

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