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'The Territory' Schedule
Keeping one eye on television and the other on pop culture.
"...The Territory airs Wednesdays on PBS at 10:30pm, beginning Feb...."

Feb. 1, 2002 Screens Column

The Basement Tapes
The Netherworld of Iconoclastic Music
"...Throughout history, the economics of creativity have often acted as a barrier..."

March 28, 1997 Music Feature by Greg Beets

The Guy Is Everywhere
Lloyd Maines
"...just about any great pedal steel guitar player would; the word "legend" may be used much too liberally these..."

Nov. 8, 1996 Music Feature by Lee Nichols

Top 10 Arts Stories You Cared About the Most
From racist comedy to new books, returning theatre, and new textile joy, the most read stories about the Austin arts scene in 2021
"...tried to make light of it. But it's all there on the tape, bro. 2) “Nathan Harris Pens an..."

Dec. 17, 2021 Arts Feature by Richard Whittaker

The Austin Chronicle Presents Rollo Banks' Lunar New Year Series
A pirate with ink in his veins
"...Rollo Banks, was a brilliant iconoclast and renowned tattoo artist whose mastery of the form earned international acclaim. As..."

Feb. 12, 2021 Arts Feature by S. Emerson Moffat

MASS Gallery Sends Exquisite Corpses Through the Mail
The Austin artspace gets downright surreal with the USPS for its current exhibition
"...You ever send a corpse through the mail, citizen? How about an exquisite corpse?..."

Oct. 23, 2020 Arts Feature by Wayne Alan Brenner

"PrintAustin: The Contemporary Print" at Big Medium
To go or not to go: That's ultimately a stupid question
"...Because sometimes there's something in a gallery, something that's part of a..."

Jan. 24, 2020 Arts Review by Wayne Alan Brenner

Introducing the 2019 Class of the Austin Arts Hall of Fame
The stories behind the art transformers of this year's Hall of Fame inductees
"...What keeps Austin's cultural scene among the liveliest in the nation is that it's never static...."

May 24, 2019 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Seeing the Fusebox Festival Without Reservations
Tickets to some shows have been snapped up, but there’s still plenty of electric Fusebox action available
"...The one big drawback to doing things that are free..."

April 12, 2019 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Performa / Dance's Artist and Muse
Performa / Dance's program of four pensive and sensitive works explored physical and emotional distress and pain in great depth
"...Jennifer Hart, presents just one concert per year, after the Ballet Austin season ends but before the company dancers..."

June 8, 2018 Arts Review by Jonelle Seitz

Artist Jim Rugg Brings His New Street Angel to Austin
He’s the man with the golden pen; she’s the deadliest girl alive
"...and, even, ninjas all mano-a-mano – and winning – then you probably haven’t seen anything like Street Angel before...."

July 25, 2017 Arts Post by Wayne Alan Brenner

"Frank Reaugh: Landscapes of Texas and the American West"
The wide open spaces that define the Texas stereotype are explored in rich detail in this artist's work
"...The Texas stereotype is built on images of lonesome cowboys..."

Sept. 11, 2015 Arts Review by Caitlin Greenwood

Artist Shawn Camp Offers a Hint of Light in the Darkness
New exhibition at Northern-Southern breathes in the Aphotic Zone
"...Two questions: 1) When is an artist like an airplane? 2) What do you get when..."

July 29, 2015 Arts Post by Wayne Alan Brenner

The Magnificent Six
Local stores prep for Free Comic Book Day
"...Yesterday, we told you about all the the comics on offer, all completely free and gratis,..."

May 6, 2011 Books Post by Richard Whittaker

Women & Their Work: Sliding through an artist's work in 15 minutes
W&TW's 'Show & Tell' provides a quick and easy intro to an artist via slides
"...There are lots of artists in Austin. You can tell..."

March 14, 2008 Arts Feature by Salvador Castillo

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
Julian Schnabel's unorthodox but true story about a protagonist who is stripped of all self-movement and expression is equal parts reverie, despair, and social experiment.
"...and Olatz López Garmendia. In his brilliant new film, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, painter/sculptor/director Schnabel (Basquiat, Before..."

Jan. 11, 2008 Movie Review by Josh Rosenblatt

If State Reps Can Steal, Why Can't the Rest of Us?
"...Dear Editor, As an artist, musician, and writer, I was horrified by state Rep...."

April 9, 2007 Postmarks

Saw It on the X
ZZ Top's one-man iconography machine, Bill Narum, shares his wares
"...In fact, the 58-year-old graphic artist has been at the forefront of..."

April 1, 2005 Music Feature by Margaret Moser

Frank Lloyd Wright: Europe and Beyond
"...The Guggenheim Museum and Falling Water may be landmark structures..."

Dec. 31, 1999 Books Review by Barry Johnson

On the Inside
"...I saw Marla Sweeney's compelling photos at Laughing at the Sun's "Extreme Exposure" show a couple of months back,..."

Oct. 25, 1996 Arts Feature

A Day in the Neighborhood
A Trip Through Three New Exhibits
"...of learning and fun? "It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood, a beautiful day for a neighbor..." I found..."

Sept. 22, 1995 Arts Feature

The Night We Never Met
"...Directed by: Warren Leight. Starring: Matthew Broderick, Annabella Sciorra, Kevin Anderson, Jeanne Tripplehorn and Justine..."

May 7, 1993 Movie Review by Louis Black

The Best Music We Saw at SXSW on Friday
Seventies funk GOATs, queer nu metal, and so much more
"...very, very tired) music team, Friday was filled with the Chronicle’s wild day party at Hotel Vegas and witnessing..."

March 19, 2022 SXSW Post by Thomas Fawcett

Three Music Writers Descend Into the NFT Craze at SXSW
One NFT-fatigued, one NFT-Curious, and NFT-skeptical
"...Is the Awkward Part Over Yet?..."

March 18, 2022 Music Feature by Kevin Curtin

Artist Madeline Irvine Marks COVID Time With the Pandemic Clock
The Austin artist has turned a daily practice into a way to count down the lockdown
"...Blursday. That's what time has devolved into in the Year of COVID: a blob of sameness, sun-up to..."

March 19, 2021 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

The New Mutants
The last of the X-Men finally get to the screen
"...There are two positions to take on The New Mutants,..."

Aug. 28, 2020 Movie Review by Richard Whittaker

Sloke One and Billie Buck Discuss Their Art This Week on The Austin Chronicle Show
Graffiti and gig poster art take the stage in new exhibits
"...on plenty of walls around Austin, but this weekend, the emphasis is on two art forms from the street...."

Jan. 24, 2020 Events Post by Kimberley Jones

The Lion King
Can you feel the shrug tonight?
"...Ever hear a cover version that's longer than the original? There's something audacious about a band that thinks..."

July 19, 2019 Movie Review by Richard Whittaker

SXSW’s Eighth Artist List
Nathaniel Rateliff, Bun B, Rob Stone, and 141 more
"...by Southwest added 144 new acts this morning, among them R&B breakouts Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats, Houston..."

Feb. 15, 2018 Music Post by Kevin Curtin

The Q&A Hole: How Much Money to Break Your Arm?
Because everything, they say, has a price
"...to be in charge of – and to set the rules for – their own meat puppet, their flesh..."

June 5, 2017 Chronolog Post by Wayne Alan Brenner

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