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An Artificial Wilderness
Philip Bobbitt's The Shield of Achilles is getting a serious and heartening push from its publisher, Knopf, writes Roger Gathman. Does he seriously think there's an audience for a book that, among other things, explains the strategic deliberations of Napoleon III? "I always conceived a large audience for this book," Bobbitt claims. "I'd be crushed if scholars didn't attend to this book, but I meant it for anybody who wants to keep seriously informed about world affairs."
"...who make our history are more intelligent than we think, or whether stupidity rules the process of thought at..."

June 21, 2002 Books Feature by Roger Gathman

Devil in the Details
Why Is 'Talented Amateur Historian' Leon Day Obsessed With the Death of Ambrose Bierce?
"...they're too lazy to look up the details. I think I work harder than they do." He cackled...."

May 17, 2002 Books Feature by James McWilliams

Postmarks
Our readers talk back.
"...Curtis put term limits into the City Charter. I think if you research it you will find that:..."

April 12, 2002 Column

Profiling the Police
A recent ACLU report says nearly half of police departments in Texas have "successfully" implemented anti-racial profiling policies.
"...Justice Reform Coalition released a joint report that summarizes progress made in implementing SB 1074, Texas' new racial profiling..."

Feb. 1, 2002 News Feature

Who Will Rule Mueller?
Can the city keep the Mueller redevelopment project on course?
"...a contract, during which the only public sign of progress will be executive-session briefings posted on the council agenda...."

Jan. 25, 2002 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

A Way Out of the Desert?
Sanchez and Morales hustle for the AFL-CIO.
"...The "gloves-off" headlines that followed seemed more journalistic wishful thinking than actual political fisticuffs. Neither Morales nor Sanchez is..."

Jan. 18, 2002 News Feature by Michael King

Bush's Xmas Stocking: Burning Coal?
New state and federal regulations threaten the Clean Air Act
"...take advantage of changes in the tax laws. I think we are going to need more legislation on this..."

Dec. 28, 2001 News Feature by Lee Nichols

Dancing About Architecture
That was the week that was in the Live Music Capital…
"...February. Time hasn't stood still, but there's been little progress in the case of the Sheraton Hotel suing the..."

Oct. 26, 2001 Music Column by Ken Lieck

The Tenth Annual "Austin Chronicle' Short Story Contest Results
"..."I don't think that's a requirement for me to treat you," he..."

Oct. 19, 2001 Books Feature

Letters at 20 Years
Some 'Postmarks' Writers Just Don't Know When to Quit … God Bless 'Em
"...destruction of native Austin communities in the name of progress...."

Sept. 7, 2001 Features Feature by Belinda Acosta

A Primer on Peppers
The Fire Behind the 'Austin Chronicle' Hot Sauce Festival
"...of the early spice trade, and about the global progress of peppers through various cultures and cuisines. The book..."

Aug. 24, 2001 Food Feature by MM Pack

'What Is Justice?'
A state program that enables offenders and their victims meet face-to-face has helped Andrew Papke take full responsibility for the drunken driving-related deaths of Beth Early and Daniel London.
"...Thanksgiving dinner with his family. He just couldn't stop thinking about the empty chairs at the family tables of..."

Aug. 24, 2001 News Feature by Michael May

It's a Wrap!
A Legislative Wrap-Up on the 77th Session
"...to something else," Chisum had said, "but I don't think the House will go along with it." Chisum has..."

June 1, 2001 News Feature by Michael King

Ms. Unruly
Marion Winik gives advice?
"...girl is looking down at her fat legs and thinking how could she have ever worn this skirt? And..."

May 4, 2001 Books Feature by Clay Smith

Old Man River
Once an outlaw, always an outlaw: The Return of Steven Fromholz
"...A current Fromholz work in progress, "#2," isn't the trilogy's sequel or even likely to..."

April 20, 2001 Music Feature by Andy Langer

Capitol Chronicle
The grandfathered pollution exemption celebrates its 30th birthday, and the Lege takes another look at cleaning up the air
"...appliances. The bill is a direct response to the in-progress State Implementation Plans (SIPs) for Houston, Dallas/Fort Worth, and..."

April 6, 2001 News Column by Michael King

Dancing About Architecture
SXSW ends. Thank the Lord …
"...last week. SXSW Creative Director Brent Grulke says he thinks this year ran about average as far as community..."

March 23, 2001 Music Column by Ken Lieck

SXSW NEWS
"...his film about the once-vaunted Sixth Street guitar haven (think Stevie Ray Vaughan, Eric Johnson, Arc Angels -- Bill..."

March 16, 2001 Music Column by Ken Lieck

Naked City
Texans for Public Justice criticizes a longstanding recruitment practice of big law firms -- paying hiring bonuses and other benefits to Supreme Court clerks who agree to join the firms after their clerkships.
"...taken no action.) Justice Phillips dismissed TPJ's claims. "I think they're 402 off," Phillips told Texas Lawyer. Willis says..."

Feb. 9, 2001 News Feature by Michael King

The Fantastic and Utterly Disreputable History of the Bevy of Sin Known as Guy Town
Before downtown Austin had the Warehouse District, it had the Whorehouse District: a notorious neighborhood of brothels and fandango houses called Guy Town.
"...about Mrs. Huberich's dogs be abated") but starting to think big. It prided itself on being an up-and-coming Western..."

Jan. 26, 2001 Features Feature by Ian Quigley

Naked City
The Austin City Council is back from their winter break, and they have a full schedule ahead of them.
"..."I think the prospects for [a Mueller swap] are becoming bleaker,..."

Jan. 19, 2001 News Feature by Emily Pyle

Coach's Corner
A glacial pace and overzealous refs are killing college basketball. Who's in charge here?
"...blow whistles. Here are a few theories: I don't think coaches really understand. They get upset about bad calls..."

Jan. 12, 2001 Column by Andy "Coach" Cotton

Naked City
280 law professors, including some 13 at UT Law, sign a petition protesting the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to halt the recounting of votes in Florida.
"...their guy in office," adding, "they're deluded if they think this is going to make George Bush's presidency any..."

Dec. 22, 2000 News Feature by Michael King

Eating Between the Lines
Books for Cooks
"...Cook Everything -- to methodically teach you how to think (and cook) the way chefs do...."

Dec. 15, 2000 Food Feature by MM Pack

Public Notice
Our weekly calendar of activist and volunteer events and fundraisers.
"...Reagan/Thatcher/Bush reich actually was, but it was. And don't think that we don't recall with bitter aplomb how many..."

Oct. 13, 2000 Column by Kate X Messer

Leaving Town
On the verge of their hard-earned future, Dexter Freebish contemplates a life of Saturdays.
"...at the videotape, and we're like 'What were we thinking?!'"..."

Oct. 6, 2000 Music Feature by Ken Lieck

Pamela Ribon: Sealed With a Squish
"...Your head is completely blank. All you can think about is how you've got to not suck...."

Aug. 4, 2000 Screens Feature

Media Clips
The Internet offers new opportunities for newspapers to expand their coverage, but so far, Texas dailies have yet to heed the call.
"...day? If it's the latter, will we cease to think of these institutions as just papers and start viewing..."

April 21, 2000 News Column by Lee Nichols

Going, Going, Gone?
Gary Bradley agrees to sell 1,000 acres of land to the city
"...that the potential land purchase would not impede the progress of the larger Bradley settlement. "The agreement at large..."

March 17, 2000 News Column by Jenny Staff Johnson

Power Assist
Who's Who
"...be -- out in the open and receptive. "Toby thinks like I do," longtime neighborhood advocate and Mayor Pro..."

Aug. 27, 1999 News Feature by Kevin Fullerton

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