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The Memories of the Long-Distance Runner
After surviving a holocaust, Gilbert Tuhabonye runs through life to tell his tale
"...As he lay amid the dead bodies of his schoolmates, Gilbert Tuhabonye vowed that..."

May 13, 2005 News Feature by Rita Radostitz

UT Faculty Say Conservatization of the School Is a Long Time Coming
Another brick in the wall
"...last month and announced his plan to effectively end the tenure system and the teaching of critical race theory..."

March 11, 2022 News Feature by Abe Asher

When the Long Night Comes
"..."When the longnight comes, return to the end of the beginning."..."

Aug. 20, 1999 Column by Michael Ventura

Adrian Quesada and the Long Path to His First Official Solo Release
Austin's unassuming superstar is a travellin' man
"...unimpressed with himself. Yes, things are very good for the multihyphenate, to say the least. Of course, Quesada has..."

July 15, 2022 Music Feature by Kahron Spearman

Fantastic Fest Tells Tales of the Long and the Short and the Tall
Short film selection from Austin to Estonia, animation to sushi
"...It's time to get small. With two rounds of feature films..."

Sept. 4, 2013 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

The Long Goodbye
We're having a tough time letting go of SXSW Film 06
"...It's over. Still, we took the time to watch these films and review them, so..."

March 24, 2006 Screens Feature

The Long Way Home
Austin documentarian Heather Courtney travels to Afghanistan, by way of her native Michigan
"...earlier films, 2001's Los Trabajadores and 2006's Letters From the Other Side, which told the stories of immigrant workers..."

March 18, 2011 Screens Feature by Anne S. Lewis

For the First Time Since 2015, a New Austin Music Census Is Now Open
Survey seeks measurable industry feedback to guide policy and support
"...The first-ever Austin Music Census, circa 2015, is still referenced..."

July 15, 2022 Music Post by Rachel Rascoe

Local Comedy People With Issues Takes the Long Path
Third time’s the charm for writer-director Dan Siegelstein
"...was always meant to be a film. But in the last five years, it's been an award-winning short, and..."

July 6, 2018 Screens Feature by Richard Whittaker

The Long and the Short of It
The expansive Cinematexas short film festival
"...Peter Tscherkassky began his work with "found footage" in the early Eighties, co-opting film from other sources and reinventing..."

Sept. 14, 2001 Screens Feature by Kimberley Jones

The Long Awaited Toby Futrell Post
Thoughts on the nepotism allegations against the city manager.
"...What can you really say about the news over the weekend regarding Toby Futrell – the..."

July 9, 2007 News Post by Wells Dunbar

Long Time Coming
"...proper credit to our great musicians while we've got them around us. Putting some skater on your cover and..."

May 5, 2014 Postmarks

The Long Incubation of the Incubus
Playwright David Hancock and director Vicky Boone reveal how they developed the play The Incubus Archives over six years, through 11 sometimes radically different versions.
"...A play ain't Athena. It doesn't spring full-grown from the brow of its..."

Oct. 4, 2002 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

The Long and Winding Road to 10-1
The steps to a December adoption of a district plan
"...Plan A: The Applicant Review Panel and the Independent Commission..."

Feb. 1, 2013 News Feature by Mike Kanin

City Hall Hustle: Down the Long Road to SMDs
Council takes another step toward districting ... and other stuff
"...The firestorm over the Place 3 run-off and its stalking..."

June 17, 2011 News Column by Wells Dunbar

The Long Shadow of Wal-Mart
Place 1 candidates differ on development, environment
"...Lee Leffingwell is without accomplishments. In his first term, the Place 1 incumbent can point to his work on..."

April 25, 2008 News Feature by Lee Nichols

March 4 Is a Long Time
With Super Tuesday less than a month away, will the March Texas presidential primary mean anything?
"..."I think this will end at midnight on the West Coast on February 5th," Sen. Hillary Clinton told..."

Jan. 8, 2008 News Post by Richard Whittaker

Developing Stories: The Long Capitol View
The Downtown Commission and Heritage Society of Austin square off over Capitol-view corridors
"..."The Capitol was intended to prevail over other structures, as..."

June 1, 2007 News Column by Katherine Gregor

The Long Voyage Home
A Ballet of Ulysses' Odyssey and Its Creator's Journey
"...faced obstacle after obstacle, each one seeming to be the last before he could reach that place of rest..."

March 6, 1998 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

In for the Long Haul
Scott Frank speaks about how to sustain a career in screenwriting
"...So says screenwriter-turned-director Scott Frank, the pen behind some of Hollywood's most durably entertaining movies...."

Feb. 27, 2015 Screens Feature by Marc Savlov

Oil Is Here to Stay for a Long Time
"...Dear Editor, I appreciate Mr. Ventura's articles on the “gloom and doom” prognosis for the hydrocarbon industry, as..."

Oct. 18, 2005 Postmarks

Long-Time Unemployed Go Invisible, Skewing Numbers
"...and I thank you and your staff for offering the city of Austin a stark contrast to the daily..."

Nov. 24, 2003 Postmarks

The Long Shots
Ramey Ko: Cheerful to the End
"...About 8pm, an hour before the polls closed (late), followed by an elongated wait for..."

March 7, 2014 News Feature by Michael King

In Search of the Missing Time Capsule
It ain't easy keeping track of Austin's history
"...Whenever a new building appears on the Austin skyline or an existing office changes hands, there..."

Feb. 12, 2010 News Feature by Richard Whittaker

The Long Shadow of Bud Cort
From Ashby to Altman and emo boys everywhere
"...bit part in Larry Hagman's 1972 magnum goopus Beware! The Blob. He is, in fact, nowhere to be found..."

March 14, 2008 Screens Feature by Marc Savlov

The Long Arm of LBJ
"..."During the Q&A portion of his May 6 booksigning for The..."

May 17, 2002 News Feature by Brant Bingamon

The Loneliness of the Long Distance Writer
"...-- an "alternative" writer, a "Texas" writer, and some other kind of writer. ("Serious," I think, was the designation.)..."

Aug. 16, 1996 Column by Michael Ventura

The Long and the Short of It
It's an uphill battle securing a future for a short film
"...The life cycle of a short film is kind of..."

Oct. 19, 2012 Screens Feature by Dan Solomon

Anita O'Day: The Life of a Jazz Singer
This celebratory documentary skips briskly over the 60-plus-year career of one of jazz's pre-eminent and most original singers.
"...and Ian McCrudden. A celebratory documentary that skips briskly along to cover a 60-plus-year career, Anita O'Day: The Life..."

Nov. 28, 2008 Movie Review by Theresa Everline

Two Music Critics Dive Back Into the Scene
Raoul and Kevin hit the clubs for the first time in 14 months, and only one of them has a psychedelic freakout
"...dude, so Saturday I attended my first show since the 2020 Austin Music Awards: Nemegata and Tiarra Girls at..."

May 28, 2021 Features Feature by Kevin Curtin

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