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Celebrity, South Austin Style
The Mayor of South Austin
"...a romantic tale that rivals many married couples' stories of their first meeting. Young fell hard. Kind of a..."

Dec. 4, 1998 News Feature

Top Ten Art
The Best Art Shows in 1997 That I Never Reviewed
"...Out of Bounds: New Work by Eight Southeast Artists at Hunington..."

Jan. 9, 1998 Arts Feature

After Intimidation, Pro-Palestine Students File Civil Rights Complaint
PSC students have filed a formal complaint with the university
"...Twelve students of the Palestine Solidar­ity Committee at UT-Austin sought to deliver..."

Nov. 20, 2015 News Feature by Dina Samir Shehata

Know Your Culinary Matriarchs
Meet some of the women who helped shape Austin's culinary consciousness
"...Modern-day Austin boasts a small but impressive roster of female chefs and restaurateurs, and, thanks to..."

July 11, 2014 Food Feature by Virginia B. Wood

UT Distances from Regnerus
Michigan marriage equality testimony at issue
"...marriage equality debate may have made him the darling of the religious right, but that doesn't mean he's getting..."

March 4, 2014 News Post by Brandon Watson

Nonfiction and Memoir
Justin St. Germain, Stephen Harrigan, and more delight with these true tomes
"...Son of a Gun..."

Oct. 25, 2013 Books Feature

Farrar: Repeal 24-Hour Waiting Period for Abortion
Ultrasound law has not stopped women from seeking procedure
"...abortion. According to research released this week by the Texas Policy Evaluation Project, the waiting period has proven a..."

March 6, 2013 News Post by Jordan Smith

Art + Activism Intertwined
Steps on a path
"...Word of Mouth Women's Theatre produces Bridgforth's handwritten poems as a..."

Jan. 9, 2009 Arts Feature

TV Eye
Squeezing our state onto the small screen in ways old and new
"...the serious to the frivolous and points in between, Texas comes to the small screen in some old and..."

May 16, 2008 Screens Column by Belinda Acosta

Next Edition
For more than 13 years, Flatbed Press has been producing some of the most exquisite collectible prints made by contemporary Texas artists, but these days its owners are starting to plan for a new incarnation of Flatbed that may not include them.
"...on checks. Just as rocks and fossils contain much of the history of the earth, the union of ink..."

June 13, 2003 Arts Feature by Madeline Irvine

Destiny's Child
Tom Doyal reviews Sam Houston, Austin author James Haley's new biography on the Texas legend, and finds that the biographer's "hard work is almost invisible to the reader; he makes this complex life accessible, even understandable, in light of the times in which Houston lived."
"...biographical labors by having chosen Sam Houston, the hero of the Battle of San Jacinto and an extraordinary man..."

June 14, 2002 Books Feature by Tom Doyal

Media Clips
Although he's catching heat in the national media, here in Texas, Bush has been given kid-glove treatment by the media.
"...he embarked on this hard, arduous journey in search of the holy grail. It was so easy back then..."

May 12, 2000 News Column by Lee Nichols

Postscripts
Carl Anderson's unique perspective on Christmas; local authors with reissued books in the works; and upcoming literary events.
"...From Santa's Mailbag, I contribute to that awful trend of Christmas, the idea of Christmas, being sold too far..."

Nov. 19, 1999 Books Column by Clay Smith

New Titles From Local Authors
"...the Southwest. Look for the new edition from Gulf Press sometime in October. In September, the University of Texas..."

Aug. 28, 1998 Food Feature

Postscripts
Texas -- not just the place, but the idea -- is always being celebrated in some way, it seems. But Texas writers are often behind the scenes, which is why last week's spate of events celebrating Texas writers has seemed so odd, and compelling.
"...Texas Writers: Front and Center..."

April 21, 2000 Books Column by Clay Smith

Postscripts
Events
"...Wickerby is a collapsing log cabin in the woods of Canada, where Siebert is drawn for five months after..."

April 17, 1998 Books Column by Clay Smith

Faster Than Sound: Damn, Kathy Valentine Can Write!
Go-Go's local Kathy Valentine reflects on her memoir at three Austin fall events
"...touring for the acclaimed bio continues with a trio of events: Nov. 12 (1:15-2pm), Texas Book Festival hosts a..."

Nov. 6, 2020 Music Column by Rachel Rascoe

At the Crossroads: Joe Nick Patoski’s Austin to ATX
Book, launching Feb. 13, tracks Austin’s evolving character
"...is a city like no other, an anomalous spot of “blue in a sea of red,” where East Coast..."

Feb. 11, 2019 Arts Post by Lauren Jones

The Writing's Not on the Wall Yet
Austin's print culture gets a boost from a new batch of indie presses and literary magazines
"...You are holding a relic. Its pages smell of newsprint and flop over at the corners. The ink..."

Dec. 14, 2012 Arts Feature by Amy Gentry

Cold Rain and Snow
Freezing drizzle then snow overnight
"...fell, meaning streets this morning are a mess. That, of course, is what has prompted the spate of school..."

Feb. 4, 2011 News Post by Jordan Smith

Peña and Ritter Jump Ship
Talk of tables and access raises committee questions
"...So Reps. Allan Ritter of Nederland and Aaron Peña of Edinburg jumped to the..."

Dec. 15, 2010 News Post by Richard Whittaker

Chris Riley for Council
Downtown advocate announces run in '09
"...Planning Commission and Downtown Commission member Chris Riley has officially announced that he'll be running for council next year...."

Dec. 17, 2008 News Post by Richard Whittaker

Who They Are and What They Deserve
The new play 'Voices of Valor' records the memories of a generation that won the war abroad and at home
"...within History's panoramic view. There has been no shortage of World War II oral history projects to capture these..."

March 17, 2006 Arts Feature by Belinda Acosta

Through a Student's Lens, Quirkily
Texas Documentary Tour presents "10 Under 10"
"...Loose a group of fresh-eyed, UT student docmakers on a class film-project mission,..."

May 9, 2003 Screens Feature by Anne S. Lewis

For 2001, a Kubrick Odyssey
In this biographical film documentary, legendary film director Stanley Kubrick is exposed by his brother-in-law and frequent collaborator Jan Harlan for the artist and family man he was.
"...Jan Harlan's Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures (2001) often feels like an Oscar-night Lifetime Achievement tribute -- complete..."

Oct. 12, 2001 Screens Feature by Anne S. Lewis

The Real Deal
The Texas Documentary Tour
"...can expect to see a new series -- the Texas Documentary Tour -- curated by Paul Stekler, the award-winning..."

Sept. 5, 1997 Screens Feature by Marc Savlov

Postscripts
Ins and Outs
"...changes in Austin's literary world: Angela Smith, executive director of the Austin Writers' League since 1989, has decided to..."

July 25, 1997 Books Column by Clay Smith

News/Print
Texas Book Festival is leaking out into other fine events
"...With the Texas Book Festival right around the corner, we're already swimming..."

Oct. 22, 2013 Books Post by Monica Riese

¡Viva Tequila! Cocktails, Cooking, and Other Agave Adventures
Hutson and her publisher pull out all the stops
"...Tequila! Cocktails, Cooking, and Other Agave Adventuresby Lucinda Hutson University of Texas Press, 288 pp., $34.95..."

July 5, 2013 Books Feature by Wes Marshall

Mary Margaret Farabee: In Memoriam
Philanthropist and Texas Book Festival co-founder has died
"...One of the city's most engaged philanthropists and energetic supporters of..."

March 5, 2013 Arts Post by Robert Faires

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