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When Did the Single-Family Home Go From Being the American Dream to an Urbanist Nightmare?
One policy wonk's view of how we got here
"...Well, Austin is once again locked in one of our emotionally brutal and seemingly endless civic disputes, this..."

Feb. 7, 2020 News Feature by Daryl Slusher

Page Two: Songs of Ourselves
As friends and legends pass, art and memory burst from the present and warn the future
"...The Light and the Darkness..."

Aug. 11, 2006 Column by Louis Black

The Austin Women Dispelling Stigma and Moving Mental Health Issues Forward
From Sheriff Sally Hernandez to state Rep. Celia Israel, local women are changing the conversation
"...When Karen Ranus lost her mother to a terminal brain tumor, casseroles baked by her..."

July 5, 2019 News Feature by Sarah Marloff

Austin Playwright-Performer Provides a New Kind of Documentation in (Un)Documents
In an award-winning solo show, Jesús I. Valles sits down, alone with family
"...for jobs, to secure housing. Documents that, depending on whether they're in one's possession or not, can change lives...."

Feb. 15, 2019 Arts Feature by Beth Sullivan

Wes Anderson Brings Isle of Dogs to SXSW
Plus Midnighters bring the gore, and Alita party
"...film. Now Wes Anderson's new star-studded canine animation Isle of Dogs will be the top to its tail as..."

Feb. 7, 2018 SXSW Post by Richard Whittaker

The Homesman
Hilary Swank and Tommy Lee Jones point their wagon east while confronting the myths of the Old West.
"...as a director is no conventional Western. Look no further than the direction traveled by the film’s characters –..."

Nov. 28, 2014 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

Page Two: The Future Is Glacial
Revisiting change in rocky times
"...This is the last issue of the year. The next Austin Chronicle..."

Dec. 25, 2009 Column by Louis Black

Page Two: Printing the Legend
A brief history of Austin's improbable weekly, 28 years on
"...There are some deep and dark secrets here. There are..."

Aug. 7, 2009 Column by Louis Black

Vortex Becomes Safe Haven for Protesters on Sunday as Part of Call for Theatres to #OpenYourLobby
“Police will not be allowed to enter”
"...The Vortex will open as a sanctuary for protesters needing..."

June 5, 2020 Music Post by Kevin Curtin

SXSW Film Review: The Arbalest
Peculiar, stylish dramedy will find its audience
"...The message of The Arbalest is to not be afraid..."

March 17, 2016 Screens Post by Sean L. Malin

Inventing the Abbotts
"...Patton and Barbara Williams. For Jacey Holt (Crudup), who lives with his widowed mother (Baker) and his younger brother..."

April 4, 1997 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

Local Exhibitions Point to Ways People of Color Were Freed but Still Aren't Free
The Carver Museum asks: Freedom when?
"..."Awaiting Freedom" – those words greet visitors just inside the entrance to the Carver Museum, Cultural and Genealogical Center..."

June 14, 2019 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Take Two Aspirin and Ping Me in the Morning
Heath care: an oral future
"...that might save mankind, John Nosta sounds like one of Asimov's Eternals on a collect call from upwhen: fervent..."

March 8, 2013 Screens Feature by Shawn Badgley

Doesn't Recall Protests Against Vietnam [Read the Last Sentence: the Dumbest Comparison I've Ever Seen]
"...Dear Editor, A stolen election, the U.S. going to war under false pretenses, and government..."

July 8, 2004 Postmarks

The Whole Woman
The profound underexposure of women among Austin's food luminaries causes one to wonder whether a certain locker-room mentality still prevails in kitchens around the city.
"...100 people working in his kitchen. As a matter of course, she inquired whether he had many women working..."

May 5, 2000 Food Feature by Rachel Feit

A Web of Influence
"...Doug Block filming himself In July of '97, I began online discussions with filmmaker Doug Block..."

March 5, 1999 Screens Feature by Jon Lebkowsky

The Princess and the Warrior
"...closer in spirit to 1997's claustrophobic Winter Sleepers than the hyperactive (and more popular) Run Lola Run (1999). The..."

July 20, 2001 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

New Writers of the Purple Prose
The romance field, Margraet Moser writes, is unique in its symbiosis: Most writers come from the ranks of readers and therefore understand the marriage of reader and book. The sisterhood and moral support in this almost exclusively female dominion is palpable. It is also gratifying and empowering and, in a few cases, exceedingly lucrative.
"...As the rest of the country began settling into Indecision 2000,..."

Dec. 8, 2000 Books Feature by Margaret Moser

Off The Bookshelf
Ultimate Sports Lists
"...They're the kind of questions that keep sports fans up..."

July 2, 1999 Books Feature

Get Out the Bootstraps
Cause Texas Ain't Takin' Care of You No More
"...Jana Birchum Loaded down with plastic bags filled with soft drinks, snacks and paperwork, Kathy Skellenger and Frank Schroff,..."

June 13, 1997 News Feature by Audrey Duff

Coronavirus and the Threat to Those Recovering From Addiction
Maintaining connections – at a distance – to stay sober during the pandemic
"...use disorders, group meetings can be a foundational aspect of maintaining sobriety. They offer a space where someone just..."

May 15, 2020 News Feature by Austin Sanders

AFS Grant Winner Over the Rainbow Explores Scientology Beyond the Drama
Finding empathy where there is none
"...a cigarette clamped between two fingers, she shambles down the sidewalk, awkwardly swaying as if dancing to a song..."

May 31, 2019 Screens Feature by Britt Hayes

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

Page Two: Picking Up the Conversation
The Chronicle at 34
"...Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Butch Hancock, and Joe Ely, among others, lived. Ended up there for a long time. Then..."

Sept. 4, 2015 Column by Louis Black

Moontower, Day 3: Live Podcast of 'WTF'
In the midst of a star-studded chat session, Maron and Ian Black face off
"...Marc Maron’s WTF podcast taping at the Stateside on Friday was an eventful and star-studded spectacle...."

April 28, 2013 Arts Post by Russ Espinoza

The Yes Men Fix the World
These anti-corporate pranksters strike again.
"...Bichlbaum and Mike Bonanno. In case you haven't heard of the Yes Men, they are a pair of drolly..."

Feb. 5, 2010 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

A Revolution of Spirit
Ritual jazz theatre pioneer Sharon Bridgforth premieres a new work, her last in Austin
"...Deltas are those places where rivers pour into the ocean. Light blurs, birds congregate, and things change. The..."

Jan. 9, 2009 Arts Feature by Abe Louise Young

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

July 23, 2004 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Once Upon a Time in the Midlands
British romantic tale uses the gunslinger mythos as a means to explore romance and regret.
"...Atkins and Ricky Tomlinson. Not to be confused with either Sergio Leone’s Once Upon a Time in the West..."

Nov. 14, 2003 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

Visions of Sugar Plums
It may be old news to most of us, but every December thousands of children discover The Nutcracker for the first time, and it inspires many to take up dance. Dawn Davis was one of them, and she talks to three young ballerinas about what The Nutcracker means to them.
"...The annual temporary madness has descended upon us. We are..."

Dec. 17, 1999 Arts Feature by Dawn Davis

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