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Michael Kaiser Has Ideas About What's Next for the Arts
The arts management expert spoke to Austin arts groups about the future, and the key word is “community”
"...than 40 Austinites representing 20 area arts organizations gave their full attention to one man as he talked about..."

June 5, 2020 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Cultural Cancellations and Postponements: The Big List
What's not happening around Austin, arts-wise
"...this site, Austinites are wasting no time in taking their art online, making sure you have performances to watch..."

March 24, 2020 Arts Post by Robert Faires

Questions of Church-State Separation at Dell Seton Medical Center
Do the hospital’s ties to the Catholic church and limits on women’s reproductive health care compromise Dell Med students' training?
"...Street near Red River, passersby have grown accustomed to the parking cones, forklifts, and sounds of rapid construction. But..."

Jan. 20, 2017 News Feature by Mary Tuma

Everything the Traffic Will Allow
"...Here's where you can get your musical theatre fixes in Central Texas in July...."

July 20, 2012 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

The Future Is Here
In 2007, that distant tomorrow when Austin's arts dreams would be realized finally arrived
"...For years, folks in the cultural community have talked about "the day when," as..."

Jan. 4, 2008 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Your Field Guide to the 101 Essential Acts at SXSW
Scroll eternal through the best and buzziest artists at the fest
"...journalistic eye remains trained upon his hometown of Houston. The rapper's half-decade of granular, street-life storytelling (with Kream's immediate..."

March 11, 2022 Music Feature by The Chronicle Music Staff

SXSW Film Goes Right to the Moon
Apollo 10 1/2, Sandra Bullock, and more join movie list
"...SXSW has strapped on the rockets with not just a few titles for this..."

Feb. 2, 2022 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

“Marianne Levy: Grimm Re-Articulated” at the Dougherty Arts Center
This exhibition of ceramic sculptures recasts fairy tales with animals who are more human than the people in the originals
"...spiky points; skintight dark hood with a widow's peak; long black cape; high curled collar; bloodred jewel at the..."

July 10, 2020 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Election Ticker: Down to the Wire
What you need to know before voting on Nov. 5
"...Not in the Pool..."

Nov. 1, 2019 News Feature by Michael King

Free Events for the Cash-Strapped at SXSW
Festival films, music, and more, on the cheap
"...Part of the tired, poor, college-debt ridden, huddled masses looking to get..."

March 3, 2018 SXSW Post by Mae Hamilton

Gay Place: GSC - the Place to Be
Hoof on down to the Longhorn home of gender diversity as the GSC celebrates 10 years
"...The University of Texas at Austin's wonderful Gender & Sexuality..."

Jan. 23, 2015 Column

Power to the People
Cue the linemen! 'Trash Project' choreographer Allison Orr is making Austin Energy dance
"...Allison Orr is back in the old routine: up at 5am (5:30 on a "good"..."

Sept. 20, 2013 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

For the Love of Seabrook: A Photo Tribute
May 1, 2013. 27 photos.
"...week, leaving behind a visual legacy as sweet as the man himself. We will miss him terribly. In his..."

May 1, 2013 Photo Gallery

Going With the Flow
The next life of Waller Creek
"...Waller Creek and environs is to live intensively in the modern world and at the same time to be..."

Jan. 11, 2013 News Feature by Ari Phillips

Top of the Line
The nominees for the 2011 Austin Critics Table Awards
"...For the 19th year, an informal affiliation of local arts critics..."

May 27, 2011 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Pride Goeth to the Fall
Pride parade postponed
"...When it comes to the Austin gay community, there is Pride and then there..."

May 6, 2011 News Feature by Richard Whittaker

Here Come the Transporters
In the endless Central Texas transportation wars, the lions and the lambs look for ways to make peace
"...two different transportation plans. Which are really parts of the same plan. Though the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority's..."

June 4, 2004 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

The Fight of His Life
Are Ronney Reynolds' Mayoral Hopes on the Ropes?
"...afternoon when Kirk Watson announced his mayoral candidacy on the bandstand at Wooldridge Park in downtown Austin. Some blamed..."

Dec. 6, 1996 News Feature by Alex de Marban

Beto O'Rourke's Long, Hot Road to the Texas Primary
We report from the 2020 Democratic campaign trail on whether all the blue, sweat, and beers are worth it
"...They're out early, long before lunchtime, in the off-and-on rain,..."

Sept. 27, 2019 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Queering the Archive With Kate Messer
"Your own culture is worth a memory."
"...Cheer Up Charlies has long been sacred ground for Austin’s queers and misfits. In..."

July 5, 2018 Qmmunity Post by Beth Sullivan

The Flapper Era
What 'Flappy Bird' can tell us about the present and future of game design
"...This is the story of Flappy Bird, a little game about flying..."

Feb. 28, 2014 Screens Feature by James Renovitch

Playback: The King of Hip-Hop
MLK Day, ready-made for hip-hop, plus Fun Fun Fun Fest lands back at Auditorium Shores, and RIP Will Indian
"..."The connection between Martin Luther King and the hip-hop audience..."

Jan. 17, 2014 Music Column by Kevin Curtin

Retirement and the City
Retirement is tough. Living Downtown makes it all better.
"...Like many longtime Austinites, I've watched the Downtown landscape fill up with..."

March 27, 2009 Food Feature by Linda Ball

Austin Symphony Orchestra: The Music Goes 'Round and 'Round
ASO's first commissioned work uses Dell Hall to envelop the audience in sound
"...The Austin Symphony Orchestra knew that it wanted a new..."

Sept. 19, 2008 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Austin Symphony Orchestra: How Much Is That Symphony in the Window?
Two new symphonies will premiere in ASO's next season, but how are those costly commissions being paid for?
"...Since the Fourth of July is a holiday that practically belongs..."

July 4, 2008 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

The Love Sonatas: Take five (and put 'em all on stage)
The HBMG Foundation revs up Manuel Zarate's cycle of five plays, staging them all in repertory over two weeks
"...of five full-length plays. Tennessee Williams didn't do it. Neither did Arthur Miller or Eugene O'Neill, although O'Neill managed..."

May 23, 2008 Arts Feature by Barry Pineo

Ain't Nothing but a Good Time: or, How a Lowly 'Chronicle' Writer Learned to Play With the Big Boys
"...many so-called journalists, and especially for elite members of the sporting press (of which I most certainly and humbly..."

June 20, 2007 Sports Post by John Razook

Long Way Home
Considering the art of the map, as inspired by two local exhibitions and a housewarming party
"...I ran into my old friend Sylvia Davis at the Faulk Central Library the other day – I was..."

May 20, 2005 Arts Feature by Wayne Alan Brenner

For Whom the Road Tolls
The Death of Touring
"...The Death of Touring For Whom the Road Tolls..."

Dec. 5, 1997 Music Feature by Andy Langer

The Week in Recommended Live Music
Narrow Head, Pussy Gillette, the Nude Party, and even some innuendo-less acts to see
"...João Gilberto or Natalia Lafourcade. Real name Nicolás Perea, the Mexico City-born artist most recently released March soother “Vente..."

May 3, 2024 Music Feature by Rachel Rascoe

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