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I Before E
A career retrospective on one of the lost cosmic cowboys, Rusty Wier
"...father owned the Tally Ho Restaurant at Seventh and Congress...."

May 31, 2002 Music Feature by Margaret Moser

Big Circus of Life
Books Editor Clay Smith and Litera columnist Ric Williams handicap which of the 200-plus international poets attending this year's Austin International Poetry Festival will be best bets.
"...there's a series of simultaneous DiVerseCity readings at four bookstores all around town on Thursday night. DiVerseCity is AIPF's..."

April 19, 2002 Books Feature by Ric Williams

Postmarks
A right, a left, another right: our letters column takes it on the chin.
"...Watson, and others with unlimited vision and bottomless pocket books...."

Oct. 12, 2001 Column

Critic's Picks
Politics & Personalities
"...led the charge to put the law on the books once and for all. They weren't alone. They had..."

Oct. 5, 2001 Best of Austin Feature

Letters at 20 Years
Some 'Postmarks' Writers Just Don't Know When to Quit … God Bless 'Em
"...make perfect sense, she has all the answers. The South Austin senior has been writing to the Chronicle for..."

Sept. 7, 2001 Features Feature by Kate X Messer

Where Are They Now?
The future of Music Televison
"...today announced progress in reunification talks with the breakaway Southwestern republics. Northern California was a reported early holdout, until..."

Aug. 3, 2001 Music Feature by Christopher Gray

Postmarks
Bush League lambasting, locally-grown concerns, and a side of jazz.
"...to know." No, they gave us a lot of books and reading lists, and that's how we learned to..."

June 22, 2001 Column

Postmarks
A fresh melange of reader responses to our recent issues.
"...close off all of the access routes from the south to downtown at the same time!"..."

May 25, 2001 Column

Palabras: A Latino Literary Festival
What is the state of Chicano arts and letters today? That question is part of what inspired Palabras: A Latino Literary Festival, which takes place for the first time this weekend at Mexic-Arte Museum.
"...South Texas singer-songwriter Rita Vidaurri, the subject of two documentaries..."

March 30, 2001 Books Feature by Belinda Acosta

Sin Fronteras
Most observers would agree that Austin has a Latino visual arts community, but within that community are many voices, many points of view, many styles -- and no borders.
"...greet all comers. Two of the most distinctive buildings south of the Capitol on Congress Avenue, La Peña and..."

Feb. 16, 2001 Arts Feature by Rob Curran

Mule Conversations
"...Studios in Cotati, Calif., carrying a small stack of books under his arm and wearing a pair of reading..."

April 23, 1999 Music Feature by Jody Denberg

East-West Dissent
Neighborhood Concerns
"...Austin feels it," he says, but the north and south sides as well. "Smart Growth can be the death..."

April 23, 1999 News Feature by Jenny Staff

Food-O-File
History Pop Quiz
"...David Garrido will sign copies of Nuevo Tex-Mex (Chronicle Books, $19.95 paper) opening day. Austin's Historic Farmer's Market(6701 Burnet,..."

April 2, 1999 Food Column by Virginia B. Wood

Page Two
"...of this film festival as Tarantino sharing the text books that influenced his work. They may be commercial, exploitation,..."

Feb. 12, 1999 Column by Louis Black

Wallet and Spirit
Sickbed Fortune
"...wife, Berneta, and sons James and Peter -- to South Florida to do a residence in urology. Three more..."

Jan. 29, 1999 News Feature by Debbie Nathan

Postmarks
No More Apologies
"...Austin has always been a safe oasis of the Southwest for peaceful liberal types. We are spread out throughout..."

May 22, 1998 Column

Naked City
Off the Desk:
"...Clearly, this election season could be one for the books. The board is going through a heavy transitional period..."

March 27, 1998 News Feature

Food-O-File
"...and cookbook titled Last Dinner on the Titanic (Hyperion Books, $24.95 hard). Written by historian Rich Archbold and recipe..."

Jan. 9, 1998 Food Column by Virginia B. Wood

Painting Race
Getting Inside Michael Ray Charles' Provocative Images
"...were a sixtysomething white man, born in the deep South, I'd have to guess that the painting is saying,..."

Oct. 24, 1997 Arts Feature by Rebecca S. Cohen

Off the Desk:
"...appeal. Comp II was created and put on the books as a result...."

Sept. 20, 1996 News Feature

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