1-30 of 588 results, sorted by relevance | sort by date
Listen: Media Roundtable With Journos From KUT, The Texas Observer, & the Chron
Talking shop on this week's The Austin Chronicle Show
"...the finest media shops in town – KUT, The Texas Observer, and The Austin Chronicle...."

Nov. 8, 2019 News Post by Kimberley Jones

'Texas Observer' Was the Original Alt Paper
"...these [alternative press] papers," at the expense of The Texas Observer, founded in 1954 in your own backyard as..."

Aug. 16, 2010 Postmarks

Texas Legislature Media Panel Tonight
Abortion, education, and more discussed by lege watchers
"...arrested, some of the best and brightest of the Texas legislative press corps will gather tonight for an open..."

July 2, 2013 News Post by Richard Whittaker

What You Need to Know About U.S. Senate and House Races in Texas
Early voting in Texas starts Feb. 18, 2020. Here's the view from atop your Texas primary ballot.
"...first week of December, early voting in the 2020 Texas primaries is only a couple of months away. It..."

Dec. 6, 2019 News Feature by Michael King

How Texas Youth Commission Fell
The scandal engulfing the Texas Youth Commission has claimed some scalps, but will the Legislature demand more?
"...Texas Youth Commission (a happy, skippy euphemism for the juvie..."

March 1, 2007 News Post by Richard Whittaker

Behold the Texas Miracle!
The Texas Miracle has a very mixed record on state prosperity
"...– are familiar with the political rhetoric of the "Texas Miracle." Coined by state business boosters to describe the..."

March 20, 2015 News Feature by Michael King

Opinion: Don’t Ask Texas Schoolchildren to Fund Your Corporate Expansion
Central Texas Interfaith calls on tech companies to withdraw their applications for Chapter 313 tax breaks
"...Central Texas schoolchildren and taxpayers are getting ripped off by large..."

April 22, 2022 Column by Michael Floyd

Remembrance of Texas Past
The Year in Texas Lit
"...Cherry picks up where The Liar's Club, the bestselling Texas book of the Nineties, left off, in that awful..."

Jan. 5, 2001 Books Feature by Clay Smith

Former Texas Tribune Editor-in-Chief Emily Ramshaw Announces New Media Project, the 19th
Austin headquartered media outlet looks to start publishing by summer
"...announced in November that she would be leaving The Texas Tribune. Following an announcement early Monday, Jan. 27, it..."

Jan. 27, 2020 News Post by Liliana Hall

Observer Journalists Won’t Go Down Without a Fight
They're rallying all the support they can get
"...Steven Monacelli, an investigative journalist on contract with the Texas Observer, was sitting at home on Sunday night when..."

March 31, 2023 News Feature by Abe Asher

Observer to History at 50
The Texas Observer celebrates its 50th birthday
"...more modest celebration of a much grander achievement: The Texas Observer, muckraker of proudly progressive politics, turned 50, marking..."

Dec. 10, 2004 News Feature by Wells Dunbar

The 'Observer' Celebrates 50
'The Texas Observer' marks its 50th Anniversary with a symposium on politics and media
"...In its continuing celebration of its 50th anniversary, The Texas Observer, in conjunction with the Open Society Institute, the..."

Dec. 3, 2004 News Feature by Lee Nichols

Lone Star Literature: A Texas Anthology
Lone Star Literature: A Texas Anthology
"...Lone Star Literature: A Texas Anthology..."

Feb. 24, 2006 Books Review by R.U. Steinberg

Texas Tribune Lays Off Journalists and Entire Copy Desk
Colleagues call it “a mistake” and “incomprehensible”
"...Wednesday, Texas Tribune Senior Editor David Pasztor tweeted a picture of..."

Aug. 23, 2023 News Post by Lina Fisher

Texas Tales
For those of you who are still pondering the eternal question that seems to arise wherever beer and English majors appear together in the Lone Star State, the answer is: Texas does indeed have a separate and distinctive literature, Tom Doyal writes. If you have been arguing the other side of this proposition, the writers and publishers of Texas have issued you a sharp rebuke in their new spring releases.
"...Texas A&M University Press, 266 pp., $29.95..."

May 25, 2001 Books Feature by Tom Doyal

Texas Monthly's Taco Editor on the Past, Present, & Future of the American Taco
Q&A with José R. Ralat, the man with one of the most envied titles in town
"...has maybe one of the most enviable jobs in Texas – Taco Editor of Texas Monthly. Further bolstering his..."

April 22, 2020 Food Post by Lina Fisher

SXSW Interactive: Lessons From the Texas Abortion Battles
Social media played key role in contentious abortion debate
"...year's historic battle that culminated in the passage by Texas lawmakers of House Bill 2, the omnibus abortion regulations..."

March 11, 2014 SXSW Post by Jordan Smith

Legends of Texas Letters Reflect on 'The Gay Place'
ACC's Carnival ah! hosts a Billy Lee Brammer retrospective
"...discussion, and if you know the first thing about Texas letters, you know the lineup is an impressive one:..."

March 31, 2009 Books Post by Kimberley Jones

Texas Book Festival Wrap-Up
Taking stock of this year's panels and readings
"...Barthelme nearly wept when discussing her late ex-husband, experimental Texas novelist Donald Barthelme. The Genesis of a Cool Sound,..."

Nov. 23, 2001 Books Feature by Shawn Badgley

Texas Book Festival 2020: Isabel Wilkerson on Caste
Festival talk highlights structural foundations of U.S. divisions
"...In 2010, just before that year’s Texas Book Festival and a panel on her book, The..."

Nov. 17, 2020 Arts Post by Michael King

Grow Avocados in Texas? Yes, We Can.
"...there's a small thriving avocado business right here in Texas. Along with its famous grapefruits and oranges, the Lower..."

Aug. 1, 2008 Food Feature by MM Pack

More McCanlies, Texas
The full interview with the director of 'Secondhand Lions'
"...he scored points with critics and colleagues with Dancer, Texas Pop. 81; and he's acknowledged as the uncredited innovator..."

Sept. 19, 2003 Screens Feature by Louis Black

Seismic Dance Event Shows More Than a Market for House and Techno in Texas
Macrodosing the Concourse Project’s multi-gen fest
"...than a market for house and techno hedonism in Texas, and more than game to try new non-addictive and..."

Nov. 15, 2022 Music Post by Christina Garcia

Ryan Adams: Losering, a Story of Whiskeytown
Inside Ryan Adams' seminal group Whiskeytown
"...Losering, a Story of Whiskeytownby David Menconi University of Texas Press, 222 pp., $19.95..."

Oct. 26, 2012 Music Feature by Jim Caligiuri

Pinkish Black
"...Black's Daron Beck in a chat with the Dallas Observer. Pure marketing jargon, that traumatic Eighties pizza chain rebrand..."

July 5, 2019 Music Review by Christina Garcia

Bill Callahan
Avalanche of local releases for the fall
"...liminal state of dreaming, of the unconscious tension between observer and participant, passive vessel taking in the world and..."

Sept. 27, 2013 Music Review by Doug Freeman

"...the entirety of his swinging, Adrienne Rich adaptation, "The Observer," without losing the listener's interest. It's a rare quality..."

Nov. 27, 2009 Music Review by Austin Powell

Hamell on Trial
"...sadly departed Electric Lounge. Here was a keen cultural observer with a big heart, a humanist punk hero armed..."

Oct. 10, 2003 Music Review by Jay Trachtenberg

Obituary for Molly Ivins
Ivins' obit from the Texas Observer
"...From the Texas Observer: Syndicated political columnist Molly Ivins died of breast..."

Feb. 1, 2007 News Post by Wells Dunbar

Raise Hell: The Life and Times of Molly Ivins
The legend of Texas journalism gets the coverage she deserves
"...singular essence of its subject, and Ivins, the former Texas Observer editor, nationally syndicated columnist, and seriously humorous (and..."

Aug. 30, 2019 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10     NEXT    20 »
One click gets you all the newsletters listed below

Breaking news, arts coverage, and daily events

Keep up with happenings around town

Kevin Curtin's bimonthly cannabis musings

Austin's queerest news and events

All questions answered (satisfaction not guaranteed)

Information is power. Support the free press, so we can support Austin.   Support the Chronicle