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Crosstalk: Plains Brings Out Hoyt Van Tanner, DIA on Día Centers Live Music Funds, and Black Pumas' Eric Burton Teases His "Own Work"
Austin music news headlines of the week
"...Plains, new project of Waxahatchee's Katie Crutchfield and Jess Williamson,..."

Nov. 4, 2022 Music Column by Rachel Rascoe

My Gang Don't Bow Down
Big Chief Kevin Goodman sew, sew, sews a new history here in Austin
"...a half-moon. "You use really long ones here," he explains, holding them to the top of the structure. In..."

May 5, 2006 Music Feature by Margaret Moser

Day Trips
Quanah Parker walked the stony road from nomadic Plains Indian to successful cattle rancher
"...Quanah Parker walked the stony road from nomadic Plains Indian to successful cattle rancher. The era of the..."

May 13, 2005 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Day Trips
The Brazos Indian Reservation began as an effort to provide native Texans with a homeland, yet ended in tragedy
"...The Brazos Indian Reservation began as an effort to provide native Texans..."

Oct. 9, 2009 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Hell or High Water
Jeff Bridges, Chris Pine, and Ben Foster shine in West Texas crime film
"...of a full-gale dust storm over the flat, dry plains of our parched movie summer. Hell or High Water..."

Aug. 12, 2016 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

Blood Brothers
This book does a superb job of capturing the essence of these two great Americans and their shared love of the American West
"...first bound together by shared mortal combat during the Plains Indian Wars (1860-1890). The two were already embedded in..."

Nov. 3, 2017 Arts Feature by Bobby Bridger

Picks & Sleepers
"...strummer still best described as "The Pavarotti of the Plains." Music as big as the open West Texas sky..."

March 20, 1998 Music Feature

Three Canyons
The Southwest Edge of Texas Hill Country -- Home to Lost Maples and Garner State Park -- Is Rich in Both Beauty and History
"...Central Texas got shoved up as the Gulf Coast Plains were being pushed down...."

May 18, 2001 Features Feature by Brant Bingamon

Confessions of a Cowboy
Working a cattle drive in Texas in the 1870s probably wasn't like what you imagine; ask Frank Harris -- he was there and he knows.
"...he listened to their tales of buffalo hunts and Indian fights. He made up his mind to become a..."

May 26, 2000 Books Feature by James C. Simmons

Book Reviews
Winter's Tales
"...He knows a problematic nostalgia for some pure American Indian past drives both apologies and condemnations of American history,..."

Jan. 28, 2000 Books Feature by Lissa Richardson

Saving Darma
A UT linguist travels to northern India in a quest to preserve the local language of the Darma Valley
"...started once again for the Darma people of the Indian Himalayas. All along the winding mountain road that runs..."

Jan. 23, 2004 News Feature by Dan Oko

Native Son
Sherman Alexie's Vision
"...guitar always found him. Eventually the spirit of an Indian mystic named Big Mom, who lived on a mountain..."

July 7, 1995 Arts Feature by Jesse Sublett

Day Trips
The Varner-Hoogg Plantation State Historical Park, near Houston, has gone from a settler's cabin to a great sugar plantation to an oil wildcatter's weekend home.
"...The Varner-Hogg Plantation State Historical Park on the coastal plains west of Houston still retains the look of the..."

Nov. 3, 2000 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

The Rider
Powerful docudrama of life on the range.
"...grown up in South Dakota on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and knows no other life. It’s the life..."

April 27, 2018 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

Day Trips
Fort Leaton State Historic Site stands as a stark reminder of the rugged life of the pioneers on the Texas frontier
"...The fertile plains at the junction of the Rio Conchos (from the..."

June 20, 2008 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Book Review
"As with any good crime thriller / mystery, the plot -- as chilling as it is -- serves as a subterfuge to explore the darker realms of the hero's psyche," writes Russell Cobb of Stephen Graham Jones' All the Beautiful Sinners, "as well as themes of collective memory and identity." Jones will be at BookPeople on Tuesday, May 6, at 7pm.
"...gone biblical on a large swath of the Southern Plains, murdering pairs of Native American children as tornadoes sweep..."

May 2, 2003 Books Feature by Russell Cobb

Day Trips
The historic Army forts around Central Texas and beyond.
"...petitioned the government to protect the new state from Indians. Eighteen months before the army arrived, John O. Meusebach..."

May 11, 2001 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Empire of the Summer Moon: Quanah Parker and the Rise and Fall of the Comanches, the Most Powerful Indian Tribe in American History
For the Comanche history novice, this is an entertaining and easy-to-read starting point, but not a very intellectually strenuous one
"...Rise and Fall of the Comanches, the Most Powerful Indian Tribe in American Historyby S.C. Gwynne Scribner, 384 pp.,..."

Oct. 1, 2010 Books Review by Ed Baker

Day Trips
The Outdoor Art Museum reproduces some of the most famous works of the art world on the walls of the little town of Eastland
"...that area residents would find a wide assortment of Indian artifacts. The prairies and wood thickets along the Brazos..."

Dec. 31, 2004 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Day Trips
Outnumbered buffalo hunters held off Plains Indians at this battle site
"...was the site of a pivotal battle between the Plains Indians and encroaching buffalo hunters...."

Dec. 21, 2012 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Day Trips
Against the odds, Palo Duro Canyon became a major jewel in the state parks system.
" while they hunted the buffalo that wandered the plains. The Indians' supremacy of the Panhandle came to an..."

Nov. 28, 2003 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Day Trips
"...The tale of the headless horseman circulated the plains of Texas in the days when the shadows were..."

Oct. 31, 1997 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Day Trips
Fort Richardson State Park outside of Jacksboro mixes the story of the Old West with outdoor recreation for the modern family
"...little the command could do to stop the American Indian raiding parties from sneaking across the Red River and..."

Aug. 22, 2008 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Season's Grazings
" accepting statehood in 1907, the land was officially "Indian Territory," a slice of middle America deemed so undesirable..."

Dec. 18, 1998 Food Feature

Day Trips: “Peace Circle,” Grapevine
Statues depict meeting between Native Americans and Sam Houston
"...of the most prominent groups on the North Texas plains...."

July 1, 2022 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Big Wonderful Thing: A History of Texas Lives Up to Its Title
Stephen Harrigan chronicles the Lone Star State’s last 500 years
"...Texas House. Here's Rip Ford, first a doctor and Indian fighter notifying parents that their sons had died fighting..."

Feb. 28, 2020 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Day Trips: The Bonfire Shelter
Take a hike into an ancient time capsule
" one of only a few known places where Paleo-Indians stampeded an ancient species of bison off the cliff..."

Jan. 17, 2020 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Day Trips & Beyond: June Events Roundup
No more pencils, no more books, just tons of fun for everyone
"...Robert E. Howard Days June 7-8, Cross Plains,"

May 31, 2019 Travel Post by Gerald E. McLeod

Letters at 3am: Joe Ely's Reverb: An Odyssey
The road goes on forever, and there's never a destination
"...his granddad Morgan who had arrived on the High Plains sixty years earlier and who had probably thought the..."

Sept. 19, 2014 Column by Michael Ventura

Estate Sale Roundup: May 15-19
Sales may be few this week, but the pickings are hardly slim.
"...find five Navajo rugs; Navajo hand-beaded authentic medicine bags, plains bag, plateau bags; Navajo leather and seed bead pipe..."

May 15, 2014 Design Post by Anne Harris

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