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'To Hell With the People'
"...Dear Editor, The Radical Right seems to know no bounds and feel..."

March 28, 2005 Postmarks

A Victory by the People
Filibuster, parliamentary gamesmanship kill abortion bill … for now
"...It took until 2:20 in the morning for the Texas Senate to determine whether 12:02am..."

June 26, 2013 News Post by Dan Solomon

The People's Court
Justice of the Peace Races Not So Peaceful
"...It doesn't take long to figure out which of the three races for Justice of the Peace will be..."

Feb. 20, 1998 News Feature by Lee Simmons

Then There's This: Power to the People's
Community clinic gains new status – and a bundle of funds
"...From a humble church basement on the Drag to a bustling 14,000-square-foot facility on I-35, People's..."

June 29, 2012 News Column by Amy Smith

The People vs. Mike Sheffield
The new APD oversight agreement is a first for Austin -- but will it do what it's supposed to do?
"...different this morning, but Mike Sheffield is happy that the Austin Police Department will now be monitored by citizens..."

March 30, 2001 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Who Owns the Legislature’s Archives?
State Library Sunset bill lets lawmakers hold the keys
"...Bill 1962 (authored by Rep. Stan Lambert, R-Abilene) is the reauthorization of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission,..."

April 12, 2019 News Feature by Michael King

The Tillman Story
Documentary about the high-level cover-up of the circumstances surrounding the death of NFL star turned Army Ranger Pat Tillman.
"...Directed by: Amir Bar-Lev. What the military did to the memory of Pat Tillman, the..."

Sept. 24, 2010 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

On the Ruins of Jumpolin
Activists still protesting Blue Cat Cafe
"...Friday, protesters disrupted an on-site animal adoption event at the Blue Cat Cafe, which stands on the same site..."

July 20, 2016 News Post by Joseph Caterine

Back in the Saddle
Sen. Kirk Watson files for Senate, ending statewide speculation
"...So filing began this morning for the 2010 primaries: Rep. Donna Howard, D-Austin, was up early..."

Dec. 3, 2009 News Post by Richard Whittaker

Meet the New Bosses
Long Center director Cliff Redd and ALO director Richard Buckley compare notes on leading an arts institution, the challenges they face, and being new to Austin
"...Leading an arts institution is challenging under the best circumstances. You can have an established presence in..."

Sept. 17, 2004 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

The Mentality of Politics as War
Scott McClellan on his time in the Bush Administration
"...Chronicle: I imagine it's been a bit crazed for the last week...."

June 20, 2008 News Feature by Richard Whittaker

Hard Times in the Land of Plenty
Service nonprofits and their funders face the economic gale
"...It's another busy day at the Capital Area Food Bank of..."

Oct. 23, 2009 News Feature by Richard Whittaker

The Making of Downtown North
The Domain may sound like just another fancy mall – but planners say it's the seed of a second Austin
"...Austinites as a strange, upmarket interloper, more suited for the tonier districts of Dallas or Houston. But if the..."

Sept. 28, 2007 News Feature by Richard Whittaker

Then There's This: Biscoe: The Most Popular Guy in Town
Flattery will get you nowhere in the race for interim commish seat
"...Biscoe has recently noticed an uptick in his popularity. There's no mystery to the sudden outbreak of niceness: He..."

May 10, 2013 News Column by Amy Smith

The Daily Hustle: 3/30/10
Bats, Bueller, and B&C Bingo
"...The Hustle's hitting you with a guano-laced potpourri of city..."

March 30, 2010 News Post by Wells Dunbar

Central Texas Lawmakers Speak Out About the 86th Legislative Session
Interviews with the team representing 2.1 million Austin metro residents
"...It's hard to imagine the 86th Texas Legislature being any crazier than the last..."

Jan. 4, 2019 News Feature by the News Staff

Who Is Cast in the Story of Austin Food?
Eight underrepresented views from the local food scene
"...cycle revolving around restaurant openings, closings, and reviews, and the coverage is disproportionately leaving out minority-owned food businesses. Though..."

Nov. 17, 2017 Food Feature by Nina Hernandez

Protecting the LGBTQ Community When the State Attacks
From the bathroom bill to marriage equality, can Austin fight back?
"...Texan. In July, shortly after state lawmakers reconvened for their special session, the local activist was kidnapped, beaten, and..."

Aug. 25, 2017 News Feature by Sarah Marloff

The Road to Urinetown
Composer Mark Hollmann on the show's creation and success
"...They knew it was a stinker of a title. They..."

Aug. 30, 2014 Arts Post by Robert Faires

The Killing Fields, Kind Of
A culinary history of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre farmhouse
"...Once upon a time, in the not too distant past, a neat farmhouse stood on..."

Oct. 31, 2003 Food Feature by MM Pack

Bending the Rules
Getting arts funding from the City of Austin is a long, complicated game, and Austin Chronicle writers Robi Polgar, John Walch, and Mary Jane Garza have been following some of the players around the game board this year. In the final part of their four-part series, they critique the city arts funding process.
"...Nothing is more grueling than the final stage of a Monopoly game. Long hours have..."

Sept. 3, 1999 Arts Feature by Mary Jane Garza

Sleeping With the Television On
Teething Problems at the Austin Music Network
"...will star George Kennedy, and if you flip on the Austin Music Network, you'll see footage from the Austin..."

Feb. 21, 1997 Music Feature by Michael Bertin

Changes in the Local Lit Landscape
Clay Smith departs Texas Book Festival, APLFF adopts Badgerdog
"...After seven years expanding the programming and reputation of the Texas Book Festival, Literary..."

Nov. 1, 2012 Books Post by Kimberley Jones

The Insiders
Meet City Hall's local candidates for city manager
"...Mayor Will Wynn reports that immediately after the holidays, national personnel search firm Arcus will bring the..."

Dec. 21, 2007 News Feature by Wells Dunbar

A Place at the Long Table
The complex, nuanced, unmistakable taste of Juneteenth, 139 years later
"...peas, roasted red peppers, cornmeal, tofu, and cookbooks through the merchant's pavilion, past the barbecue stands, and into the..."

June 17, 2005 Food Feature by Toni Tipton-Martin

The Med School Solution
A medical school, a teaching hospital, and a new health care system?
"...The morning of Sunday, Aug. 19, the presid­ent and CEO..."

Sept. 14, 2012 News Feature by Mike Kanin

The Destruction of Texas Health Care
The GOP crusade against Planned Parenthood is devastating basic care for Texas women
"...of Central Texas, spent Tues­day, Jan. 24, closing up the CAI women's health clinic in Elgin. As she packed..."

Feb. 3, 2012 News Feature by Jordan Smith

Beside the Point
As Kim makes her exit, Austin heeds the heavens' wrath
"...It was clear when they took the dais last Thursday that City Council had..."

May 23, 2008 News Column by Wells Dunbar

Back to the Trenches
AMD tightens its hold on Lantana – and the enviro opposition digs in
"...In the global scheme of things, Advanced Micro Devices is on..."

Dec. 16, 2005 News Feature by Amy Smith

The ARA Faces the Music
For the Austin Revitalization Authority, Eastside renewal proves to be a long, slow dance
"...Back when she was a liberal Democrat and the mayor of Austin, Carole Keeton McClellan (now the conservative..."

Aug. 29, 2003 News Feature by Amy Smith

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