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Soccer Watch
"...to Go Kick a Chicken," Daily News, April 16). Then comes a Copa Tejas matchup with the El Paso..."

April 19, 2019 Sports Column by Nick Barbaro

High Life
The tedium of space is nothing compared to the tedium of an unfulfilling story
"...There's something deeply frustrating when a director who has traditionally..."

April 12, 2019 Movie Review by Richard Whittaker

Headlines
"...City Council hosted a team of UT-Austin researchers at the Central Library Tuesday to hear their report on possible..."

April 5, 2019 News Feature

Religious Refusal Bill Prepped to Grant Texans License to Discriminate
"Sincerely held" nonsense at the Senate
"...Not with a toilet flush, but with a whimper, the Senate Committee on State Affairs sent a sweeping religious..."

March 29, 2019 News Feature by Sarah Marloff

Sweeping Religious Freedom Bill Heads to Senate
The Senate State Affairs Committee approves a license to discriminate
"...Not with a toilet flush, but with a whimper, the Senate State Affairs Committee sent a sweeping religious refusal..."

March 26, 2019 News Post by Sarah Marloff

Austin Bat Cave Panel Dissects the Blurring of Journalism and Activism
Black Lives Matter’s DeRay Mckesson talks with journalists
"...DeRay Mckesson, a leader of the Black Lives Matter movement and co-founder of Pod Save..."

March 21, 2019 News Post by Lilli Hime

A Guide to Getting a Beer During SXSW
Ditch the convention center and check these brewpubs
"...With SXSW on the brain, Austin likes to put on its elite game..."

March 15, 2019 Food Feature by Eric Puga

SXSW 2019 Film Awards
All the winners from this year’s jury competitions
"...Winner: “Liberty” (D: Faren Humes)..."

March 15, 2019 Screens Feature

Five Quintessentially Texan Things To Do In Austin
Drink spicy beer, eat brisket, dance your heart out
"...an outlier when it comes to Texan cities, but Southern charm runs deep through the city. Here’s a guide..."

March 7, 2019 Chron Events Post by Alyssa Hiarker

The Next Austin Bust
Will it be bad? Can we be ready? Or should we not care?
"...The younger folks among you may just remember what it..."

March 8, 2019 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Headlines
"...filed a suite of bills this week "to fund the transformation of I-35 in Travis County," but also to..."

March 1, 2019 News Feature

Pet Sematary Remake to Close SXSW Film
Midnighters, Festival Favorites, plus shorts all announced
"...Horror at the beginning, horror at the end: After SXSW Film (March..."

Feb. 6, 2019 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

Beatles Tribute Crowds Central Library Rooftop
Eggmen mark 50th anniversary of the Fab Four’s final show
"...2018 sing-along needed any follow-up, Wednesday’s noontime performance by the Eggmen atop the roof garden of the Austin Central..."

Jan. 31, 2019 Music Post by Rachel Rascoe

Qmmunity
Take care
"...Deehring and Tristan Perry were attacked after leaving Rain. The couple believes they were targeted for holding hands: One..."

Jan. 25, 2019 Column by Sarah Marloff

Qmmunity
Signs of hope in the Capitol
"...As they say in Game of Thrones, the Lege is long..."

Jan. 18, 2019 Column by Sarah Marloff

Austin Symphony Orchestra's Variation Voyage
ASO’s first concert of 2019 had us hearing all sorts of feels, but Leon Fleisher’s piano also got us thinking
"...a place where you think of thinking. Isn't that the realm ruled by mood, by feeling? The Austin Symphony..."

Jan. 18, 2019 Arts Review by Robert Faires

Austin's Last GOP Council Member Returns to Her Natural Habitat
Ellen Troxclair joins right-leaning Texas Public Policy Foundation
"...Republican Ellen Troxclair reported for duty at her ideological mother ship, the Texas Public Policy Foundation, to advocate for..."

Jan. 11, 2019 News Feature by Mary Tuma

Ten Things to Do on Christmas Day
Avoid the Grinch-y realm this holiday
"...can mean paid time-off and gifts for some, for others it means endless interrogations from family members over a..."

Dec. 22, 2018 Chron Events Post by Evelin Garcia

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of the Upcoming Legislative Session
Lawmakers set to tackle immigration, education, legalization, transportation, and more
"...Yes, they're coming back. Yes, they have to. Will the 86th..."

Dec. 14, 2018 News Feature by the News Staff

Bill Leissner: I Shot the Eighties
Event to fund photographer's book showing the decade in Austin
"...With so much recycling of the Eighties going on – Stranger Things, Ready Player One,..."

Dec. 7, 2018 Arts Post by Robert Faires

Texas GOP: Not Muslim-Free
Following Tarrant County controversy, Republican Party of Texas reaffirms commitment to religious liberty for all
"...On Saturday, Dec. 1, the Republican Party of Texas Executive Committee, meeting in Austin,..."

Dec. 7, 2018 News Feature by Michael King

Day Trips & Beyond: December Events Roundup
It's the most wonderful time of the year
"...The festival of holiday lights in Johnson City lives up..."

Dec. 1, 2018 Travel Post by Gerald E. McLeod

Tomar Williams Hones Four Decades of Soul
Breakout of his family band, the performer seizes on his pop, soul, R&B, and hip-hop successes and failures in Tomar & the FCs
"...is a singer, which is to say he has the unique ability to meet each person where they stand,..."

Nov. 16, 2018 Music Feature by Kahron Spearman

Community, Policing
City, police union, activists arrive at compromise with new four-year contract
"...After more than a year of negotiations, the city and the Austin Police Association are poised finally..."

Nov. 16, 2018 News Feature by Nina Hernandez

“Shanie Tommasini: Slippery Clump” at the Umlauf
The Umlauf Prize-winning artist uses big, playful shapes and environmental manipulation to look at art, nature, and conservation
"...The most unnerving aspects of fictional eco-dystopias involve synthetic intrusion..."

Oct. 26, 2018 Arts Review by Melany Jean

Ben Fountain on Beautiful Country Burn Again
In his new book, the author lights up 2016 to make sense of that crazy, intense year
"...How the hell did we get here?..."

Oct. 26, 2018 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Ora’s Last Stand?
Running circles around City Council
"...provoke an extended argument, refuse to be mollified, and then ascend to the dais on Thursday prepared to have..."

Oct. 26, 2018 News Feature by Nina Hernandez

City Slickers
How the state's most influential conservative think tank works to undermine our local control
"...Two blocks from the Capitol, in a pristine auditorium on Congress Avenue, attorney/activist..."

Oct. 12, 2018 News Feature by Mary Tuma

Day Trips: African American Museum, Dallas
Jefferson's Monticello exhibit takes straight look at slavery
"...The African American Museum is bringing to Dallas a poignant..."

Oct. 5, 2018 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

AISD: Get With the Times
Modernizing the district in more ways than one
"...The Austin Independent School District's Board of Trustees voted unanimously..."

Sept. 28, 2018 News Feature by Austin Sanders

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