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Burning Down The Barn
Director Justin Seaman on the joy of rubber and gore
"...Ask Justin Seaman, director of loving retro-horror The Barn, what his favorite Eighties VHS shocker is, and..."

July 14, 2016 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

Born in the Barn
How Shakespeare at Winedale spawned some of Austin's – and the country's – best theatre
"...didn't set out to create an army of ardent theatre makers. All he was trying to do was help..."

July 23, 2004 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Meanwhile, Back at the Barn
The performance schedule for the Shakespeare at Winedale 2004 class
"...Even as program alums are changing the face of theatre in Austin, another class of students..."

July 23, 2004 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

The Devil's Candy
Heavy metal and Satanism in a rural Texas town
"...more proof – if any were needed – that the Lord of Lies loves extra-heavy, metal machine music, and..."

April 21, 2017 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

The Retrieval
Chris Eska's ambitious indie film is set during the waning months of the Civil War and tells a distinctive coming-of-age story.
"...Ambitious as all get out, The Retrieval is an indie film production that belies its..."

May 2, 2014 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

Rancho Alegre Fights to Be the Cadillac of Conjunto Festivals
The music fest returns the native Texas genre Downtown where it once flourished
"...When his mother fell ill and under professional care, a young Baldomero..."

May 3, 2019 Music Feature by César E. López Linares

The Place to Taste
How Austin Eastciders and Argus Cidery hope on-site tasting rooms will bring the cider community together
"..."The cider and the banter is always free-flowing and often..."

March 29, 2013 Food Feature by Margaret Shugart

Magdalena Jarkowiec's Us Kids Are Alone in the House
The Austin-based choreographer is home alone with her soft-sculpture mutants
"...White Boulevard, behind a little house, is a converted barn that artist Magdalena Jarkowiec shares with her husband, a..."

March 4, 2016 Arts Feature by Jonelle Seitz

End of the Line
The Short and Troubled History of Austin's Streetcar System
"...His Austin Rapid Transit Railway Company was one of the best ways to get potential home buyers to look..."

July 21, 2000 News Feature by Robert Bryce

Fantastic Fest Review: The Old Man Movie
Ever wonder where your milk comes from? Don't. Seriously.
" cities, it is said, have become removed from the realities of where their food comes from. Good, says..."

Oct. 7, 2020 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

Austin at Large: Cracking the Code
Change in our city will move at the speed of trust
"...As I was being reassimilated into the body of the Chronicle, before CodeNEXT got dragged behind..."

Dec. 7, 2018 News Column by Mike Clark-Madison

The Fight Stuff
Jamaa Fanaka on racial myths and the ailing film industry
"...Jamaa Fanaka is the creator of some of the maddest, baddest filmmaking ever..."

June 27, 2008 Screens Feature by Marc Savlov

For the Sick: An Interview With Michael D. Williams
A post-jail interview with Eyehategod's frontman.
"...In “Last City Zero,” the opening poem from Cancer as a Social Activity: Affirmations..."

June 20, 2007 Music Post by Austin Powell

On the Edges of Gentrification, Planning a Different East Riverside Drive
City’s declared goals for the corridor and those of private developers do not necessarily coincide
" joints, and enormous parking lots. Hit it at the wrong time, and you'll find yourself working slowly from..."

Feb. 15, 2019 News Feature by Michael King

The Best-Case Scenario
After years of work, Envision Central Texas goes majorly public.
"...Envision Central Texas' regional vision project. You can find them on the 74-member ECT board itself -- though, understandably,..."

Oct. 24, 2003 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Book Review: Barn 8
Deb Olin Unferth reveals humor and humanity inside a hen heist
" a chicken. Well, that's not quite right. Imagine, rather, Moby-Dick – the book – as a story about..."

March 9, 2020 Arts Post by Robert Faires

"My Uncle Has a Barn...."
Theatre Is Thriving in Some Surprising Places Outside Austin
"...illustration by Robert Faires Who needs a theatre for puttin' on a play... when wyou've a perfectly..."

June 20, 1997 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Day Trips: Buggy Barn Museum
A rest home for some Hollywood character actors
"...The Buggy Barn Museum in Blanco is the rest home..."

Oct. 31, 2014 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

SXSW Film Review: Stone Barn Castle 
Renovation porn starring actor Adrien Brody
"...shot upscale renovation porn, part modern-day Downton Abbey, Stone Barn Castle follows actor Adrien Brody as he undertakes the..."

March 18, 2015 SXSW Post by Melanie Haupt

On the Lege
The GOP prepares to vote down Robin Hood without bothering to craft a replacement school-funding system.
"...While we were all in mourning last week, the House Republicans solved the school-finance crisis...."

Feb. 14, 2003 News Feature by Michael King

Aquifer Development Horse Has Left Barn
"...Dear Editor, Recent Chronicle issues (“Back to the Trenches,” News, Dec. 16; “Saying ‘No’ to AMD,” News,..."

Jan. 3, 2006 Postmarks

Ben Kweller Stares Death in the Face
“Heart Attack Kid” practices optimism after near-fatal incident
"...In 2013, Ben Kweller and his family missed their doom by 15 minutes. That’s how much longer paramedics..."

Feb. 8, 2019 Music Post by Rachel Rascoe

Vision 2020: Austin Books We're Looking Forward to in the New Year
Some local writers' books due out in 2020 we're eager to read
"...does musicians, and every year more and more of them are getting published. We don't know all of the..."

Jan. 9, 2020 Arts Post by Robert Faires

The Vow
A woman awakes from a coma with severe memory loss, forcing her husband to win her love all over again. Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum star.
"...First-time feature director Michael Sucsy previously made the TV movie Grey Gardens about those fabled eccentrics, Edith..."

Feb. 17, 2012 Movie Review by Kimberley Jones

The Witch
Madness, mayhem, and witchcraft beset a family in 1630s New England
"...distrust – particularly of young women – are at the pitch-black center of first-time feature director Robert Eggers’ slow-burning..."

Feb. 19, 2016 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

The Intern
Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro star in savvy but irksome film
"...Nancy Meyers has certainly been accused over the years of making excessively snuggly movies. But she doesn’t..."

Sept. 25, 2015 Movie Review by Kimberley Jones

The Great Artdoors
Summer's here, and the time is right for outdoor performances all over Central Texas
"...The mercury is rising, but that just means more performing..."

May 17, 2013 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

The White Ribbon
A disquieting feeling of apprehension is made palpable in Michael Haneke's import, The White Ribbon.
"...A disquieting feeling of apprehension is made palpable in The White Ribbon. A series of strange and nasty events..."

Feb. 19, 2010 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

Barnyard: The Original Party Animals
Yet another computer-animated film about talking animals offers a fine message for the kids, but little originality.
"...A slew of computer-animated films about talking animals hit theatres this year, and like clockwork, every one featured a..."

Aug. 4, 2006 Movie Review by Brian Clark

The Gatekeeper
"...Brooks and Joe Pasqual. John Carlos Frey pulls off the proverbial hat-trick in his low-budget indie film The Gatekeeper...."

July 18, 2003 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

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