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Proof that Cops Always Have the Best Stash, Pt. 2
"...operators – and has spawned serious questions about how the Dearborn PD handles a drug-stealing-and-doing cop. In short, if..."

May 15, 2007 News Post by Jordan Smith

Musings From the Mezzanine, First Half:
Spurs vs. Suns, Game 3
"...glitch, some kind of karmic mishap, something off-kilter in the universe has allowed us, Dave Mann and Josh Rosenblatt,..."

May 12, 2007 Sports Post by Dave Mann

Bolton Gives Dems a Clean Travis Sweep
"...The Travis County Republican Party's "No Blue Dot" campaign (referring..."

Nov. 8, 2006 News Post by Michael King

Beside the Point
City Council summer cheat sheet
"...dutifully slaved away, compiling this council cheat sheet in the confines of his boiler-room office. (If you think I'm..."

July 21, 2006 News Column by Wells Dunbar

The Hightower Report
Accenture proclaims its Bermudan heritage; Paul O'Neill calls the kettle black.
"...Accenture is the worldwide consulting firm formerly known as Andersen Consulting, a..."

Sept. 6, 2002 News Column by Jim Hightower

Pipeline, Drought Key Issues in the Aquifer Conservation District Election
The Aquifer simmers in bottom-of-ballot race
"...The Barton Springs/Edwards Aquifer Conservation District is not only a..."

Oct. 23, 2020 News Feature by Lina Fisher

Mill Scale Metalworks Handcrafts Barbecue Smokers of the Stars
Appreciating the artistry in steel – and smoked meats – is part of their business model
"...For Texas barbecue lovers who take matters into their own hands, cooking a brisket that's up to par..."

Feb. 21, 2020 Food Feature by Rod Machen

Moody Center Groundbreaking Promises the Finest Arena in the NCAA
Nashville act soundtracks Erwin Center replacement kickoff
"...Nov. 21, Texas Athletics announced a groundbreaking ceremony for the Moody Center, which will become the new home of..."

Dec. 4, 2019 Music Post by Derek Udensi

Public Notice: The Wrong Way, The Right Way
ALEC, APA two associations with different responses to our challenging times
"...You may never have heard of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), but you've certainly witnessed..."

Aug. 9, 2019 News Column by Nick Barbaro

Winding Up the Election Cycle
Harper-Madison, Ellis to join Council; Singh, Gharakhanian prevail
"...and Paige Ellis and incumbent Sabino "Pio" Renteria won the last remaining Austin City Council races, while Arati Singh..."

Dec. 14, 2018 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

The Luv Doc: A Lot More Alpha
The whole gender role system is built mainly on bullshit
"...husband and I have been married four years and together for a year before that. He's an uncommonly sensitive..."

March 23, 2018 Column by The Luv Doc

Southern Heights Brewing Co. Ascends Into the Austin Beer Scene
Local brewpub reaches for the highest heights
"...If you asked a few years ago, the first law of small beer was that the best..."

Feb. 16, 2018 Food Feature by Eric Puga

Hyde Park Theatre's The Wolves
This fun, honest, real production of Sarah DeLappe’s play zeroes in on the best part of playing a sport: being on a team
"...Traditionally, athletes and theatre geeks are oil and water, but I have a..."

Oct. 6, 2017 Arts Review by T. Lynn Mikeska

New Local Service Looks to Change the Way You Eat
Austin Food Company delivers macrobiotic meals
"...At 4am on Monday mornings, when the vast majority of Austinites are still tangled in sheets,..."

July 31, 2017 Food Post by Kali Venable

The Q&A Hole: What’s Your Favorite Place in Austin?
Because you know that "cabin fever" is definitely a thing
"...Sure, everybody likes to repair to their lair for some mind-soothing downtime, to maybe hunker in..."

May 29, 2017 Chronolog Post by Wayne Alan Brenner

Pease Park Before the Flood
Preventing natural disaster when a 140-year-old statute stands in the way
"...are mobilizing to protect Pease Park from what is otherwise an effort to put a stop to catastrophic flooding..."

April 7, 2017 News Feature by Caleb Pritchard

The Luv Doc: Salad Fork
The salad fork is only the sixth-longest fork
"...does it just to annoy me, but he claims the salad fork is like a Porsche and the dinner..."

March 31, 2017 Column by The Luv Doc

Page Two: Frogs Were the Second Plague
The Time of the Toad, and a time to dance
"..."The Time of the Toad," an essay by Dalton Trumbo,..."

March 31, 2017 Column by Louis Black

Kevin McNamee-Tweed: The Exit Interview
As he leaves Austin, curator and artist Kevin McNamee-Tweed reflects on the city's artists and art community
"...in Austin in 2009 and has been kicking around the city's galleries and studios since 2012, when he started..."

March 10, 2017 Arts Feature by Caitlin Greenwood

Page Two: Snatching Defeat From the Jaws of Victory
The path to a Republican presidency
"...achievable and admirable than critics insist. But especially that the Sanders candidacy is a reinvigorating political new wind, reminding..."

April 8, 2016 Column by Louis Black

FronteraFest: The Place to Start
Hyde Park Theatre and ScriptWorks' annual performance festival keeps giving artists a spot to launch a stage career in Austin
"...in Austin's annual arts calendar. For years, Hyde Park Theatre and ScriptWorks' unjuried jamboree of performances has followed the..."

Jan. 8, 2016 Arts Feature by Elizabeth Cobbe

After the Flood
Israel Nash emerges from the Hill Country like a train coming through town
"...Standing on the dirt road in front of his house, located just..."

Dec. 4, 2015 Music Feature by Jim Caligiuri

Let the Sun Shine In!
Council buys solar, supports Planned Parenthood, fingerprints TNCs
"...12. Considering last week’s marathon (adjournment just before 2am), the break is understandable. They also accomplished plenty, from ABIA..."

Oct. 21, 2015 News Post by Michael King

The Ascent of Mandolin
The next step in Avi Avital's mission to convert the world to mandolin: Vivaldi
"...a solo mandolin recital. Let's face it, mandolins are the black sheep of musical instruments, either confined to cherubic..."

Feb. 27, 2015 Arts Feature by Natalie Zeldin

First Look: The Peached Tortilla
Cult food truck goes brick-and-mortar
"..."Fusion" may have been the industry buzzword of the Eighties, but while other food..."

Jan. 21, 2015 Food Post by Adrienne Whitehorse

The Q&A Hole Returns for Another Year
Now: What's the hardest thing about keeping New Year's resolutions?
"...It's a new year – huzzah! – and here..."

Jan. 5, 2015 Chronolog Post by Wayne Alan Brenner

The Great Gig in the Sky
The best albums of our lives – and the afterlife
"...On Wednesday, Dec. 3, press day at the Chronicle, news of Ian McLagan's hospitalization began circulating early...."

Jan. 2, 2015 Music Feature by Raoul Hernandez

First Look: The Scarlet Rabbit
Wonderland decor meets down home cuisine
"...touch of fantasy to Round Rock’s Main Street with the opening of his new bistro the Scarlet Rabbit in..."

Sept. 2, 2014 Food Post by Amira Jensen

'The Nixon Tapes'
What historian Douglas Brinkley heard from the 37th President may surprise you
"...to make sense of his tragic legacy. For historians, the most important part of the official record is 3,000..."

Aug. 8, 2014 Arts Feature by Rod Machen

JuiceLand Takes Over the World
Local juice bar is in rapid expansion mode
"...as a part-time juicer in 2001 at what was the Juice Joint on Barton Springs Rd. Back then, there..."

July 14, 2014 Food Post by Amira Jensen

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