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God Save the Screen
Zack Carlson and Bryan Connolly spent seven years hunting Mohawks for their mad, mammoth compendium, Destroy All Movies!!!: The Complete Guide to Punks on Film
"...small town, graduating high school (if you could be bothered) between '80 and '84, chances are you spent a..."

Nov. 5, 2010 Screens Feature by Marc Savlov

The 'Obamacare' Scare
GOP employs national playbook in Travis County House races
"...Did anyone mention to the Republican Party of Texas that President Barack Obama isn't..."

Oct. 22, 2010 News Feature by Richard Whittaker

You Coulda Walked Around the World
The LBJ of Lone Star songwriters lays siege to the Cactus Cafe
"...Every time Townes Van Zandt played the Cactus Cafe in the late 1990s, my roommate went...."

Aug. 20, 2010 Music Feature by Raoul Hernandez

The Daily Hustle: 6/3/10
TDH gets ethnographic with Joshua Long
"...The Hustle's got something a little different today...."

June 3, 2010 News Post by Wells Dunbar

Page Two: Winning the West
Cowboys, Indians, and the irresolvable contradictions between freedom and order
"..."Hello, my name is Sacheen Littlefeather. I'm Apache, and I am president of the National..."

June 12, 2009 Column by Louis Black

The Big Show
Comic-Con has gone Hollywood, but Austin's comics pros say it's still the place to be
"...You've seen the geeks totally geeking out (paunchy men stuffed like sausages..."

Aug. 15, 2008 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Off the Record
Threadgill's reopens its original location in historic fashion, Spoon gets remixed, and Neil Young's Greendale takes the stage
"...For its grand reopening on March 14, the original Threadgill's on North Lamar hosted a tribute to..."

April 4, 2008 Music Column by Austin Powell

Page Two: Along the Bias
Lack of media objectivity cuts all ways
"..."When the legend becomes fact, print the legend!"..."

Aug. 17, 2007 Column by Louis Black

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Mighty Atom
Atomic City's Jim 'Prince' Hughes is punk rock daikaiju at a whole different level
"...was a pivotal year for America, for Austin, for the embattled world-at-large, but most of all for the Mighty..."

June 8, 2007 Music Feature by Marc Savlov

We Have Met the Future, and It Is Us
Film on the Web, part II: the movies
"...Jean-Luc Godard: [I]n the movies it is different. You can be with other..."

March 9, 2007 Screens Feature by Spencer Parsons

A Place at the Long Table
The complex, nuanced, unmistakable taste of Juneteenth, 139 years later
"...peas, roasted red peppers, cornmeal, tofu, and cookbooks through the merchant's pavilion, past the barbecue stands, and into the..."

June 17, 2005 Food Feature by Toni Tipton-Martin

Point Austin: The Fire This Time
In their rush to reach out to the Eastside, city officials get burned
"...As the comedians like to say, timing is everything...."

March 25, 2005 News Column by Michael King

The Mob House Rules
Trail of Dead introduces their new epic release to the world
"...About 12 hours before the most famous Texan in America begins his second term..."

Jan. 28, 2005 Music Feature by Christopher Gray

Circling the Hearses
State funeral regulators are dancing to the undertakers' tune – and that's bad news for consumers
"...sound like much – particularly when you consider that the state of Texas will spend about $58 billion this..."

Nov. 5, 2004 News Feature by Robert Bryce

Fables of the Reconstruction
A confidential internal U.S. memo describes a Coalition / Iraqi administration sinking into chaos
"...As the situation in Iraq grows ever more tenuous, the Bush..."

April 16, 2004 News Feature by Jason Vest

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

Salon of the West
They may not notice us every time we go to Barton Springs -- after all, they are thinking, passionate men, deep in conversation. But we sure notice them: the men at Philosophers' Rock. Who are they? And why does Austin owe them such a debt of gratitude?
"...On any given evening in the 1940s or 1950s, an old man named J. Frank..."

July 4, 2003 Books Feature by Steve Moore

The Gods of War
America is distracted by the Pledge "crisis" while our government readies for war.
"...There are few public spectacles more entertaining than the tribe..."

July 12, 2002 News Column by Michael King

The $975,000 Question
The Hole in the Wall needs to dig itself out of one.
"...The Hole in the Wall has always been here and..."

May 17, 2002 Music Feature by Dan Oko

Playing the Violin
Mr. Sinus Theater's Jerm Pollet is also a musician!
"..."You were a punk. You were the first to get me drunk. There was no math..."

Aug. 10, 2001 Music Feature by Marc Savlov

The Austin Avalanche of Rock & Roll!
When IRS Records' 'The Cutting Edge' Came to Town and Made Me Want to, Too
"..."They say that 90 people a day move to Austin...."

March 16, 2001 Features Feature by Kate X Messer

The Flight of the Night Bird
Harry Akin opened for business on Christmas Eve, 1932, selling hamburgers for 15 cents apiece. Cuisines Editor Virginia B. Wood reveals how Akin turned his hamburger stand into Austin's former restaurant empire.
"...By the time beloved Austin restaurateur Harry Akin died in 1976,..."

Jan. 26, 2001 Food Feature by Virginia B. Wood

The Kid's Got Moxie!
Man of the Century director Adam Abraham talks about old-style Hollywood panache, the precarious nature of a career in independent cinema, and a little film that could -- and did.
"...You've probably never heard of Man of the Century. Of all the trailers you've sat through and..."

Dec. 3, 1999 Screens Feature by Sarah Hepola

Cum On Feel the Noize
The New Dessau Music Hall
"...George Devore photograph by John Carrico The Dessau Music Hall used to stand in the middle..."

April 24, 1998 Music Feature by Jay Hardwig

On the Edge of the Edge
John Cassavetes
"...photograph courtesy of Photofest As the Austin Film Society begins a new series of screenings..."

Jan. 23, 1998 Screens Feature by Michael Ventura

Spreading the Gospel
The Mayor Shares His Favorite Book
"...it because it's not just a book -- it's the book on every city hall insider's reading list this..."

Nov. 21, 1997 News Column by Kayte VanScoy

WNBA: The "We Got Next" Generation
The Revolution Is Being Televised... and Sponsored by Nike
"...The point guard hurls a 3/4-court missile. Play becomes frantic..."

Aug. 15, 1997 Screens Feature by Kate X Messer

Turn the Beat Around
The Pre-Millennium Rise of Dance Music
"...Tompkins "For years, I've taken [industrial music] to be the sole province of elevator musicians (Front 242, Front Line..."

Dec. 6, 1996 Music Feature by Marc Savlov

You'll Never Cook Again The Deli Explosion
"...by Virginia B. Wood After World War II, the supermarket concept really exploded in this country. American housewives..."

July 28, 1995 Arts Feature

The Year It All Went Wrong
Looking back at club closings in Austin in 1999.
"...to die before it kills anything else. Even as these words are being put to page, another vital piece..."

Dec. 31, 1999 Music Feature by Michael Bertin

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