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Play’s the Thing in Grand Theft Hamlet
Pinny Grylls and Sam Crane take arms against a sea of virtual troubles
"...March 2020. The global film industry went into COVID lockdown. Like every..."

March 9, 2024 SXSW Post by Richard Whittaker

SXSW Film Review: Daughters of the Sexual Revolution
Muddled bio of Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders’ leader
"...originate with Suzanne Mitchell, director and sometimes controversial “den mother” of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders from 1976 through 1989,..."

March 12, 2018 SXSW Post by Beth Sullivan

Into the Woods
Summer Stock Austin's talented teens tease out the enchantment in Sondheim's magical musical
"...Austinites have the good fortune to live in a city replete with..."

Aug. 7, 2015 Arts Review by Elissa Russell

Austin Film Festival: The Texas Promise
Oscar-winner Vanessa Roth finds the lie and the hope in Texas schools
"...There's a few billion dollars missing from the Texas education..."

Oct. 28, 2014 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

The Week in Gaming Events
You will have to leave the house
"...If you don't like your gaming culture mixed with other branches of the arts tree then this might not..."

June 15, 2012 Screens Post by James Renovitch

Make the Uncomfortable Comfortable
The Guthrie family rides again
"...Three generations of Guthries take over the Long Center stage tonight: Arlo and his children Abe,..."

March 31, 2010 Music Post by Jim Caligiuri

Luv Doc Recommends: SXSW Free Concert with Spoon & Echo & the Bunnymen
Auditorium Shores at the Long Center, Thursday, March 16, 2006
"...listening to Tom Petty 8-tracks, but down here in the bowels of the city, the SXSW shit has hit..."

March 17, 2006 Column by The Luv Doc

SXSW Documentary Goes Inside the Eclectic World of John Aielli
The spirit of radio lives in Faders Up: The John Aielli Experience
"...There was never another DJ like John Aielli. The host..."

March 8, 2024 Screens Feature by Richard Whittaker

Austin Opera's The Daughter of the Regiment
Just as the young woman of the title is deemed "charming," so too is Donizetti's work in this company's staging
"...From the opening strains of the overture to Donizetti's comic romance..."

Feb. 3, 2017 Arts Review by Robi Polgar

Moms the Word
Whoopi Goldberg on the black woman comic who started it all
"...inside Whoopi Goldberg. You can see for yourself when the multitalented, what-hasn't-she-done comedian/Oscar-winning actress/co-host of The View/drinkslinger on the..."

May 17, 2013 Arts Post by Robert Faires

Count the Blessings
The Texas Hill Country Wine & Food Festival at 25
"...The Texas Hill Country Wine & Food Festival turns 25..."

April 16, 2010 Food Feature by Virginia B. Wood

The Timeline
"...5, 1959: Grand opening of Municipal Auditorium, designed by the Austin firm Jessen, Jessen, Millhouse & Greeven. Credit for..."

March 21, 2008 Arts Feature

Top 10 Musical Triumphs, Plus Evidence That Austin Is Innovating the Classical World
Chronicle Arts writer Michael Kellerman recalls 2008, in classical music
"...1) Blue Rhapsody (Austin Chamber Music Center) The temptation was strong to top this list with..."

Jan. 2, 2009 Arts Feature by Michael Kellerman

So Long, Palmer
Before spring is out, contractors will begin tearing down old Palmer Auditorium so it can be become the Long Center for the Performing Arts
"...Take your last looks at the auditorium formerly known as Palmer. Before spring is out,..."

April 8, 2005 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Travis County Diversion Center Design to Begin in 2024
Getting people in crisis out of jail is "a long time coming"
"...Early next year, there will finally be some movement on Travis County's plan..."

Dec. 15, 2023 News Feature by Lina Fisher

The History of the LGBTQ Movement in Austin
From Stonewall to today, how Pride has progressed in our city
"...Steve Thomas, Lisa Davis, and all those we've lost along the way...."

Aug. 9, 2019 News Feature by Beth Sullivan

Two Long Centers?
"...Editor, Oh, my God! I had no idea that there were two Long Centers! That's right! Two! There's the..."

April 8, 2008 Postmarks

On the Funding Front
The symphony, Long Center, and Blanton Museum of Art have all seen lots of green sprouting in their yards lately
"...Spring has come early to some Austin arts institutions. They've seen lots of green sprouting in their yards the..."

March 4, 2005 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Little Hotel on the Prairie
Proposed hotel and golf course would be constructed on city-owned parkland.
"...Around the Central Texas landscape, where there is water, there is..."

March 24, 2000 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Chronicle Endorsements for the November 5 Election
"...In advance of the Nov. 5 election, the Chronicle editorial board offers the..."

Oct. 18, 2019 News Feature by The Chronicle Editorial Board

Faster Than Sound: Music Advocates Say Convention Center Expansion Key to Unlocking City Funds
Can the commercial music industry finally get a cut of the HOT action? Also: City protects venue employees from receiving sound citations and Austin rapper Hella Sketchy dies of overdose.
"...Long before the concept of expanding the convention center became..."

July 5, 2019 Music Column by Rachel Rascoe

Last Week in Live Music: Mac DeMarco, The Lonely Island, Local Natives, Cruserweight, and More
"...favorite photos from last week's local shows. Pictured here: The Lonely Island at ACL Live on June 13, 2019..."

June 17, 2019 Photo Gallery

Dr. Robert Van Boven, the Whistleblower
Lakeway neurologist battles hospitals, officials, and the "culture of silence"
"...inexplicable symptoms. As it happened, a relative visiting at the time was a doctor of physical therapy, and he..."

April 20, 2018 News Feature by Michael King

Sounding the Alarm on Texas' Nursing Home System
25% of the state's 1,200 long-term care centers have been cited for serious standard deficiencies
"...home had accused one of its employees of abuse. The woman said that as punishment for wetting the bed,..."

Oct. 20, 2017 News Feature by Nina Hernandez

The Musicals of August
"...Here's the slate of musicals playing on area stages this month...."

Aug. 1, 2014 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Working 'The Corner'
Neighbors and officials plan one more effort to save the neighborhood around 12th and Chicon
" his backyard when he heard someone walking up the gravel path toward his neighbor's house. Sherman lives on..."

July 13, 2012 News Feature by Jordan Smith

Carrying the Burden
During Gov. Bush's campaign for his party's presidential nomination last fall, reporters asked the candidate to comment on a federal government report asserting that many Texans, including large numbers of children, were going to bed hungry. "I saw the report that children in Texas are going hungry. Where?" he demanded, going on to say, "You'd think the governor would have heard if there are pockets of hunger in Texas." Indeed, you would, especially if one of those pockets is just a few miles from his front door, Virginia B. Wood explains as she explores the very pockets of hunger in Austin Bush has difficulty fathoming.
"...It's the third Wednesday morning of the month. Rosewood Apartments resident..."

April 28, 2000 Food Feature by Virginia B. Wood

Squaring the Triangle
The Three Austins Collide at a Central-City Crossroads
"...photograph by Gary Lockhart..."

July 4, 1997 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

`Tis the Season...
When Zachary Scott Theatre Center Flies With Angels
"...cover photograph by Bruce Dye The road to Colonus was neither short nor easy, not..."

June 27, 1997 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

The Reale Thing
The Search for New York-Style Pizza:

Feb. 28, 1997 Food Feature by Robb Walsh

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