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You Coulda Walked Around the World
The LBJ of Lone Star songwriters lays siege to the Cactus Cafe
"...re-recorded aboard You Coulda Walked Around the World, glows panhandle panorama...."

Aug. 20, 2010 Music Feature by Raoul Hernandez

SXSW Film Reviews
"...Peter Pan is dead, but Phillip (Hasenfus), a thirtysomething townie..."

March 19, 2010 Screens Feature by Marc Savlov

The Constancy of Sorrow
Native Texan Kevin Reynolds taps loss of innocence, from Cold War Commies to The Count of Monte Cristo
"...and, four years later, the logistically cursed and critically panned (but still epically entertaining) Waterworld. Taken as a whole,..."

May 8, 2009 Screens Feature by Marc Savlov

SXSW Film
Reviews and interviews
"...throughout this moody-funny feature-length riff on the increasingly hoary "indie-hipster-wrestling-with-Peter Pan syndrome" genre, but in this case that's a..."

March 20, 2009 Screens Feature by Marc Savlov

Go Go Gadget
The season's best tech toys
"...if you're 10 years old or just have a Peter Pan complex – a remote control with a telescoping..."

Nov. 28, 2008 Screens Feature by Josh Duty

The Fabulous 50
"...1971 Peter Pan..."

July 4, 2008 Arts Feature

Bats Left, Sings Right
With help from Esther's Follies, Austin Lyric Opera turns Strauss' Viennese waltz into a Texas two-step
"...the concert hall, a collision with a real opera company was inevitable...."

May 30, 2008 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

To Opt, or Not?
How one neighborhood-planning team carefully weighed VMU's power to change its surroundings
"...Jack in the Box, and Taco Cabana.) The family-friendly Peter Pan Mini Golf also was opted out...."

Feb. 1, 2008 News Feature by Katherine Gregor

Mangiasaurus Rex vs. Signage Ordinances
Will Wynn to defend Guadalupe's iconic pizza-promoting dinosaur.
"...was Rex today, it was the enormous papier mache Peter Pan on South Lamar tomorrow, and he just wasn't..."

Oct. 22, 2007 News Post by Richard Whittaker

Scripting the War
Susan O'Connor's journey to game writing
"...business for eight years, which she alleges is a Peter Pan-ish lifestyle. After graduating from UT, her first career..."

Sept. 8, 2006 Screens Feature by Carson Barker

Beside the Point
Council ponders where to set the property-tax rate, and which health care package should cover city employees and their partners
"...popular option, however, because property taxes are sewn like Peter Pan's shadow to property values – still rising like..."

June 2, 2006 News Column by Wells Dunbar

Martin & Lewis
'What we had,' said Jerry Lewis, 'was lightning in a bottle.' And now we have it in public domain.
"...him back under. "Don't you read the papers?," a panicky Lewis sputters between breaths. "The feud is over!" Martin..."

July 1, 2005 Screens Review by Steve Uhler

TV Eye
For black and brown people of my generation, the Jackson debacle is particularly painful in a way that few have articulated
"...be a cross between Diana Ross and Disney's animated Peter Pan, that transformation was more than strange to those..."

June 24, 2005 Screens Column by Belinda Acosta

May I Have the Envelope, Please?
The 2004-2005 Austin Critics Table Awards
"...University its first-ever win for Production, Musical; State Theater Company's world premiere of Nightswim; and the Zachary Scott Theatre..."

June 10, 2005 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

TCB
SXSW news
"...of Austin trifecta Gorch Fock, Tia Carrera, Migas, and Japan's Bleach03. Meanwhile, Emo's free show – with top-notch sets..."

March 18, 2005 Music Feature by Christopher Gray

A Midsummer Night's Dream
In director Lucien Douglas' staging of "A Midsummer Night's Dream," folly comes to the fore and makes for pretty pleasant company
"...let them go. Malinowski's forest-green costume calls to mind Peter Pan, and her performance has a bit of the..."

March 4, 2005 Arts Review by Robert Faires

I'm Crazy for You
Blow-Up' at the Drafthouse
"..."The Last Days of Sid Vicious" does for drug-addled Peter Pan-ism what Huggies commercials do for the first bloom..."

Feb. 4, 2005 Screens Feature by Marc Savlov

Page Two
The overwhelming need for a Travis County hospital district should be obvious
"...hospital district, you are not only limiting rather than expanding what you are going to pay, but in addition..."

May 7, 2004 Column by Louis Black

Page Two
On love, culture, renewal, timelessness, and SXSW
"...maturely is aggravating rather than admirable, pathetic rather than Peter Pan...."

March 26, 2004 Column by Louis Black

Tempted
The trials of St. Anthony get a modern hearing in UT Opera Theatre's American premiere of Luis Jaime Cortez's 1998 one-act opera, La Tentaciñn de San Antonio
"...saw Cortez's opera as an opportunity to contribute a Spanish-language opera to the university's multidisciplinary ArtesAméricas program. "I preferred..."

Feb. 27, 2004 Arts Feature by Jerry Young

From BarFly to 'King of the Ants'
An interview with George Wendt
"...Thanks to his stint as garrulous barfly Norm Peterson on Cheers, you can turn on the television virtually..."

Dec. 12, 2003 Screens Feature by Marc Savlov

Articulations
An era of Austin theatre ends as Austin Musical Theatre files for bankruptcy.
"...save Dorothy, but they weren't enough to save the company that brought them to the Bass Concert Hall stage...."

Dec. 5, 2003 Arts Column by Robert Faires

Turning Tricks With The Amazing Ray
With nothing up his sleeve, Esther's Follies resident magic man Ray Anderson pulls wonder -- and laughter -- out of thin air.
"...closer to it. When his parents gave him a Peter Pan magic set the Christmas he was in the..."

Sept. 5, 2003 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

An Angel for AMT
The recent fiscal crisis for Austin Musical Theatre threatened to keep the company from mounting any future productions, but producer Charles Duggan has come to AMT's rescue, offering to produce a week-long retrospective of musical numbers from the company's first 15 productions.
"...truly save the life of a show or a company. Moments don't get much more crucial than those faced..."

Nov. 29, 2002 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Articulations
The threat to Austin Musical Theatre and the passing of Austin storyteller and artist Helen Handley
"...Musical Theatre. As noted in last week's Chronicle, the company has suspended operations and is under the gun to..."

Nov. 15, 2002 Arts Column by Robert Faires

Central Heat (No AC)
Welcome to the 12th annual Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Festival!
"...really a city. It's a small town with a Peter Pan complex. (We won't grow up!! We don't want..."

Aug. 23, 2002 Food Feature by Robb Walsh

SXSW Picks & Sleepers
Picks & Sleepers
"...how could kitschy lo-fi from a guy in a Peter Pan costume and a woman in a bunny suit..."

March 15, 2002 Music Feature

If It's Thursday, This Must Be Texas
On the morning of January 24, NY Loves America: The Broadway Tour delivered a Big Apple thank you in the form of a dozen beautifully belted show tunes to a small but appreciative audience in the Texas State Capitol Rotunda.
"...That followed Duncan's rendition of "Never Never Land" from Peter Pan, during which she knelt on the Rotunda floor..."

Feb. 1, 2002 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Coach's Corner
The agony and the ecstasy of the Bears
"...lucky those early wins were. I couldn't do a Peter Pan thing and get with the Chicago program...."

Feb. 1, 2002 Column by Andy "Coach" Cotton

Pages as Presents
2001's crop of coffeetable books
"...foreword). There's the GBM who calls himself an African-American Peter Pan and looks like he's about to fly back..."

Dec. 7, 2001 Books Feature by Clay Smith

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