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Wednesday Picks & Sleepers
"...I'm Mayonnaise EP, NYC's Perforated Head sounds like a throwback to bands like That Dog! and Letters to Cleo...."

March 9, 2001 Music Feature

Postmarks
Development peccadillos and Lost Austin kudos.
"...element which is rapidly being lost amid the frenzied growth. It's like watching the death of an old friend...."

Feb. 2, 2001 Column

Fear & Loathing on the Inaugural Trail
One man's journey to the Bush inauguration confirms more than it denies.
"...two emanate some kind of charmed sphere that repels death and police when they're together. If you stay close..."

Feb. 2, 2001 Features Feature by Michael Bolduc

Livin' Lavaca Loca
In the early Eighties, back when Jay Leno was still funny, he and a number of now-big name comics told jokes at a little place on Lavaca called the Comedy Workshop. Being there changed the life of one person, who recalls what it was like.
"...out to lunch. (I found out later that he borrowed money and a car from a friend to take..."

Jan. 26, 2001 Arts Feature by Angela Davis

Dancing About Architecture
Somehow George W. Bush becomes president and takes Jimmie Vaughan with him. Swine.
"...Brothers, Australian cult popsters the Church, Amy Correia, Rodney Crowell, Death Cab for Cutie, Dexter Freebish, Jerry Douglas, Johnny..."

Dec. 22, 2000 Music Column by Ken Lieck

The Cripple of Inishmaan
The company of Different Stages' production of Martin McDonagh's The Cripple of Inishmaan bring the script to life, but to in the eyes of reviewer Rob Curran, they work too hard to get a chance to enjoy it.
"...sanity when I almost wet myself listening to the death threats in The Lonesome West. I never thought a..."

Dec. 1, 2000 Arts Review by Rob Curran

Capitol Chronicle
Liberals blame Ralph Nader for Al Gore's defeat; media frenzy at the Governor's Mansion
"...was speaking to. When Bush was defending the Texas death penalty, Al Gore couldn't say fast enough that he..."

Nov. 24, 2000 News Column by Michael King

Election 2000
Chronicle Election Coverage
"...came under fire for her hard-line stance in the death penalty case of Roy Wayne Criner, easily trounced Democrat..."

Nov. 10, 2000 News Feature by Amy Smith

Postmarks
Starbucks vs. the Chronicle: Who's zoomin' who?
"...and cannot be changed, except perhaps by lobotomy or death. No one would choose the former, but far too..."

Sept. 15, 2000 Column

Everything Is Possible ... Again
Seemingly unadaptable, Greil Marcus' 1989 opus Lipstick Traces proved to be the foundation for the Rude Mechanicals' strongest theatre work to date. As they revive their hit adaptation, the Rude Mechs reflect on its creation, its success, working as a collective, and being told by Marcus, "You staged the book I wanted to write."
"...and effect, eschews talk of "influence," and ignores time, death, and all the other rules...."

Sept. 1, 2000 Arts Feature by Ada Calhoun

For the Good Times
The Life and Times of Texas country crooner, Ray Price.
"...house. The old building was packed to the last row of the highest balcony, mainly with the forty-, fifty-,..."

Sept. 1, 2000 Music Feature by David Cantwell

No Place Like Home
All Belinda Acosta wanted was a roof over her head that wouldn't explode into flames. Little did she know that jumping into the Austin housing market is like jumping from the frying pan into the fire.
"...being on the street, perhaps it's the experience of growing up poor that instilled this fear. I'm not sure...."

July 28, 2000 Features Feature by Belinda Acosta

Roadblock
"...This is a rather slight film noir from a poverty-row studio, but notable for the presence of Charles McGraw...."

June 30, 2000 Screens Review by Jerry Renshaw

Left Out in the Cold
"...worker Jose Israel Lopez Guerrero, 26, was beaten to death in front of witnesses under the bridge at Springdale..."

June 16, 2000 News Feature by Anna Hanks

Where the Shadows Are Deepest
The search for, and subsequent conversation with, country singer James Hand
"...reveals Tokio to lie on U.S. Highway 82/380 between Brownfield and Plains in far, far, far West Texas. Uh-oh...."

May 5, 2000 Music Feature by Christopher Gray

Against the Grain
A profile of Bad Livers bassist Mark Rubin
"...at music in a linear fashion. His motto is borrowed from Raahsan Roland Kirk: "There ain't no bad music...."

Nov. 5, 1999 Music Feature by Andy Langer

Coach's Corner
Cornhuskers vs. Longhorns: don't try this at home.
"...of the sky, the weather, the tone of the crowd. I see no reason to stop this sensible and..."

Oct. 29, 1999 Column by Andy "Coach" Cotton

Arts & Entertainment
"...will be kids, and well ... so will the grownups...."

Sept. 24, 1999 Best of Austin Feature

Outdoors & Recreation
"...Farms for 20-plus years) to the place, it has grown by leaps and bounds. He's added a heavy emphasis..."

Sept. 24, 1999 Best of Austin Feature

A Sort of Legend
Author Neil Gaiman is a fantastist and storyteller. Marc Savlov talks to the author and reveals why he's also a legend. Sort of.
"...the mist, whether that involves sexy anthropomorphic representations of Death and her brother Dream, aka The Sandman, or miraculous,..."

Sept. 10, 1999 Books Feature by Marc Savlov

Confronting Intimate Violence: A Dress Speaks: Heeding the Voice
Reviews of recent and ongoing exhibitions and performances around Austin.
"...Silence can be misery, can even be slow and sorrowful death...."

Sept. 3, 1999 Arts Review by Robert Faires

Postscripts
Unconvincing
"...going to suffer after viewing those sickening images of death. And what will it be like to listen to..."

Aug. 27, 1999 Books Column by Clay Smith

Dancing About Architecture
Like a Bullseye on a China Shop
"...Kacy Crowley is this year's local contender in the musical joust..."

May 14, 1999 Music Column by Ken Lieck

Record Reviews
Abbey Lincoln
"...to Be Love," a duet featuring Lincoln and Maggie Brown, while Nicholas Payton, his trumpet, and his flugelhorn make..."

April 2, 1999 Music Review

SXSW Records
Jeff Beck
"...of "Red Brick Wall" ("on the day of his death, I built JFK a shrine. I know just how..."

March 12, 1999 Music Feature

Coach's Corner
"...longtime mud-splattered doormats. This week: Who will take the crown from the Bulls?..."

Feb. 19, 1999 Column by Andy "Coach" Cotton

Dancing About Architecture
"...rocking out in full Paggliachian regalia in the third row?..."

Feb. 19, 1999 Music Column by Ken Lieck

Reissues
"...McPhatter went through several more labels before his premature death in 1972. Kudos to Bill Dahl for his lengthy..."

Dec. 18, 1998 Music Feature

A World in Which All Worlds Fit
"...Before long, rednecks were growing out their hair, the longhairs were pulling on cowboy..."

Dec. 4, 1998 Music Feature by Jay Hardwig

Exhibitionism
"...get around Ericson & Ziegler's installation piece, a long row of toy dump trucks that runs through the center..."

Nov. 20, 1998 Arts Review

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