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Cop Vs. Cop?
"...Under ordinary circumstances, the assignment might not be so controversial. But..."

June 21, 2002 News Feature by Jordan Smith

This Old Mouse
Facing accusations of market saturation, cultural homogenization, and unethical labor practices, Disney keeps manufacturing the magic … but for how long?
"...seemed like old friends. Through the Looking Glass These days, the real Disney magic is the magic of market..."

May 10, 2002 Screens Feature by Michael Connor

The Weakness of the Flesh
Actor Bill Paxton gets behind the camera for his directorial debut, the Texas gothic terror tale, Frailty.
"...community. Trouble is, all those demons look just like ordinary people...."

April 12, 2002 Screens Feature by Marc Savlov

City Water Tunnel #3
If the Department of Environmental Protection hired someone to explain New York's City Water Tunnel #3, the largest non-defense public works project in the Western Hemisphere, that someone couldn't do a better job than performer Marty Pottenger, who delivers the truth of the project, as plain and raw as the earth that's being tunneled, as bright and ragged as the people tunneling.
"...Western Hemisphere. About what it's like to spend your days wrangling hundreds of pounds of dynamite, hundreds of tons..."

March 8, 2002 Arts Review by Wayne Alan Brenner

Coach's Corner
When even the duffers at the muni golf course are talking about the Olympics, you know the ratings are through the roof.
"...avoid eye contact and pretend nothing out of the ordinary occurred. These guys don't go to the ballet. They..."

Feb. 22, 2002 Column by Andy "Coach" Cotton

Waitin' 'Round to Live
The making and subsequent success of Poet: A Tribute to Townes Van Zandt
"...of a famously restless spirit, Poet is hardly your ordinary tribute album. For starters, it's an A-list cast for..."

Feb. 8, 2002 Music Feature by Andy Langer

Day Trips
At Fred's Lounge in Mamou, Louisiana, the good times roll pretty early.
"...On the surface, Fred's place looks like any ordinary red brick beer joint. But promptly at 9:15 on..."

Dec. 28, 2001 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Naked City
"...were heralding "Texas' strong job growth." Those were the days ......"

Dec. 28, 2001 News Feature by Lauri Apple

Brave New Web
In the wake of Sept. 11 and the hard-line USA Act, the Internet has become a very unfriendly place for hackers.
"...could be easily used to conduct unlawful surveillance of ordinary citizens. Now, the USA-PATRIOT Act allows for the implementation..."

Dec. 14, 2001 Screens Feature by Michael Connor

Postmarks
Righteous readers respond to recent rape reportage, and our Best of Austin issue garners a kudo or two.
"...infected with the style of a Hollywood pitch-man (it's Ordinary People meets House Party 2). Myself and many other..."

Oct. 19, 2001 Column

Capitol Chronicle
Apparently, the candidates for statewide office have better things to do than answer tough questions from the Texas NAACP.
"...-- who had assumed her office all of five days earlier. The women acquitted themselves reasonably well under the..."

Oct. 12, 2001 News Column by Michael King

The American Voice
Jonathan Franzen's "The Corrections," and other new releases
"...been about the everyday terrors that sneak up on ordinary people -- a baby is kidnapped in Criminals and..."

Sept. 21, 2001 Books Feature by Martin Wilson

Postmarks
Our readers talk back.
"...up their own house within a time frame of days, not years, then we will retaliate as an act..."

Sept. 21, 2001 Column

Good Things in Small Packages
At Starlite, it's possible -- and exciting -- to belong to the Clean Plate Club, Rebecca Chastenet de Géry says.
"...of wasabi, and have drunk Bloody Marys since my days as a very young minor when my Dad would..."

July 27, 2001 Food Feature by Rebecca Chastenet dé Gery

Pride of the Yankees?
Evan Smith translates a New York pedigree into the editorship of Texas Monthly.
"...From his first days at the Monthly, Smith has embraced Texas Monthly's image,..."

July 20, 2001 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

TV Eye
No Emmy nominations for Buffy
"...Nowadays, I'm fairly blasé about awards shows. But when the..."

July 20, 2001 Screens Column by Belinda Acosta

Postmarks
Readers sound off on a variety of touchy subjects: politicos, abandoned kittens, even the brachiation of apes.
"...doing quite well and are both celebrating their first birthdays. The still-tiny black one, Cookie, continues to struggle with..."

June 15, 2001 Column

Postmarks
The environment, the alleged marijuana, the traffic, Ventura's highway, and more.
"...routinely shelve movies, cartoons, and shorts from the early days of film citing the racist content, and then turn..."

June 8, 2001 Column

University High
Community colleges are pushing "college credit" courses for high school students -- but the education is in doubt.
"...district has been chasing them with new campuses. These days, the North Harris hallways are noticeably hushed. But it's..."

June 8, 2001 News Feature by Kevin Fullerton

After a Fashion
Follow a local dress as it makes it way off the bolt, into an Austin boutique, and across the country to Hollywood for the Vanity Fair Oscar Party at Morton's!
"...petite figure, and exotic Asian influences, knew that no ordinary off-the-rack gown was going to do. She again put..."

April 13, 2001 Column by Stephen MacMillan Moser

Naked City
Local news this week in Austin.
"...according to the former Dell employee, this was no ordinary round of cuts. "They were trying to reduce their..."

March 30, 2001 News Feature by Erica C. Barnett

Brothers at Arms
UT film professor Mitko Panov returned to his homeland, the former Yugoslavia, to interview the men he knew in the Yugoslav Federal Army. "They were no better or worse or more bloodthirsty than any of us -- that's my point. Whatever happened there can very easily happen anywhere." The film, Comrades, plays at SXSW Film as part of the Texas Documentary Tour.
"...bad choices, wrong turns, and always nostalgia for their days together in the army, "a life uncomplicated by politics."..."

March 9, 2001 Screens Feature by Anne S. Lewis

Naked City
After a shutdown prompts an international protest, Rice Radio is back on the air in Houston.
"...KTRU (91.7 FM and www.ktru.org) is no ordinary student station. It began humbly enough in 1969, as..."

Dec. 15, 2000 News Feature by Michael King

The Full Franklin
It's been 60 years since a biograpy of Benjamin Franklin has been written; Austin author H.W. Brands' The First American: The Life and Times of Benjamin Franklin makes up for lost time.
"...which is what scientific research was called in those days, and he expected that that's how he would spend..."

Dec. 1, 2000 Books Feature by Clay Smith

The New Frontier: Art and Television, 1960-65
Using a legion of artists from the early Sixties, the Austin Museum of Art exhibition "The New Frontier: Art and Television 1960-65" offers an illuminating peep into a time when a measly 10-inch black-and-white TV set was the American family's window to the world.
"...and concluding with JFK's burial, packaged as "Four Dark Days."..."

Nov. 17, 2000 Arts Review by Skipper Chong Warson

The Art of Eating Well
Aquarelle brings to the Austin dining scene a studied elegance and a decidedly Old World taste for unrestrained luxury, Chronicle Cuisines writer Rachel Feit writes. But it is still a young restaurant.
"...anthropology is becoming a trendy topic among academics these days. And why not? After all, food is an essential..."

Nov. 3, 2000 Food Feature by Rachel Feit

American Caste
"...is something about their commission that elevates them above ordinary criminal transgressions. Often, the distinguishing feature is the arbitrary,..."

Oct. 20, 2000 News Feature by Ricardo Ainslie

Nouvelle Cafe
Chronicle Cuisines writer Rebecca Chastenet de Géry finds something unexpected in Granite Cafe's latest incarnation.
"...Because I often travel with children in tow these days, children's plates matter to me. The Granite Cafe's children's..."

Sept. 22, 2000 Food Feature

Politics
"...those issues and other worthwhile causes until his final days in office. He never sought glory for his accomplishments,..."

Sept. 15, 2000 Best of Austin Feature

Coach's Corner
The UT Longhorns have two very good quarterbacks, but it's a lie to say they're both starters. And in tennis, Venus and Serena Williams are making it look so easy, people may not recognize just what unique talents they really are.
"...1 and 2 players in the world on consecutive days, on the road to her first U.S. Open title,..."

Sept. 15, 2000 Column by Andy "Coach" Cotton

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