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Good cops, bad cops, in the booming city.
"...to find villains. Look out the window, watch the traffic, go to the store. The city has exploded like..."

Feb. 16, 2001 Column by Louis Black

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Development peccadillos and Lost Austin kudos.
"...sprawl. My "mountains" have been conquered and given an all-too-human scale. I suppose they weren't so tall after all...."

Feb. 2, 2001 Column

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Defending the death penalty, the new Gov, the schools, and all that Jazz.
"...them so that suburbanites don't have to sit in traffic, the Austin community should be organized around the idea..."

Jan. 19, 2001 Column

360 Degrees of Separation
The Austin 360 Summit returns sadder, and wiser, this year than it was in its two previous incarnations.
"...So whatever the field of human endeavor -- technology, music, politics -- as soon as..."

Jan. 19, 2001 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Public Notice
Gather 'round the Yule log and the figgy pudding, get out a paper and pen, and jot down some of these items form our Annual Holiday Wish List 2000. Local organizations need you!
"...Coca-Cola® catchphrases will show up on telephone poles and traffic light boxes all over the planet...."

Jan. 5, 2001 Column by Kate X Messer

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Our readers talk back.
"...back of a Honda motorcycle. You think Austin has traffic jams? Ha. Our roads are tame by their standards...."

Dec. 22, 2000 Column

Naked City
Vignette's incentive package to move downtown wins easy approval; East Cesar Chavez Neighborhood Plan moves forward despite loud and lengthy protests.
"...to the Save Barton Creek Association. (Words like "flexible," "human," "first-class," and even "inspiring" were thrown around Thursday night.)..."

Dec. 22, 2000 News Feature by Emily Pyle

Naked City
The anti-Longhorn Pipeline contingent rallies in the wake of a preliminary approval of the pipeline.
"...way. Nearly 500 people braved gusty rains and confounding traffic detours in order to get to the Burger Center..."

Oct. 20, 2000 News Feature by Dan Oko

Naked City
Corporate luminaries in town for the Fortune 500 conference will be met by a bevy of protesters against the event.
"...anti-Fortune 500 demonstration could tie up downtown rush hour traffic as marchers make their way from the Capitol to..."

Oct. 13, 2000 News Feature by Robert Bryce

Outdoors & Recreation
"...an irreplaceable example of our ultimate heritage and the human habitat -- and perhaps prompting us to revise our..."

Sept. 15, 2000 Best of Austin Feature

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Starbucks vs. the Chronicle: Who's zoomin' who?
"...establishing the presence or absence of HIV-1 antibody in human blood." Just thought I would pass along the information...."

Sept. 15, 2000 Column

Life's Enriched Pageant
Good design, like good air, helps you breathe a little easier, and here are a few Austinites who are helping us all breathe easier through their work as graphic designers.
"...then, everything on this planet that doesn't occur without human intervention is designed -- to some degree. Sometimes the..."

Sept. 8, 2000 Arts Feature by Wayne Alan Brenner

Color of Justice
A drug bust in tiny Tulia, Texas opens up old racial wounds and raises questions about the veracity of the undercover cop-for-hire who orchestrated it all.
"...rings of Houston or Dallas, or in a major trafficking hub like Laredo. It happened about halfway up the..."

July 28, 2000 News Feature by Nate Blakeslee

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Our readers talk back.
"...is going to be scientific, if the record of human action is going to be set down with that..."

June 30, 2000 Column

Carrying the Burden
During Gov. Bush's campaign for his party's presidential nomination last fall, reporters asked the candidate to comment on a federal government report asserting that many Texans, including large numbers of children, were going to bed hungry. "I saw the report that children in Texas are going hungry. Where?" he demanded, going on to say, "You'd think the governor would have heard if there are pockets of hunger in Texas." Indeed, you would, especially if one of those pockets is just a few miles from his front door, Virginia B. Wood explains as she explores the very pockets of hunger in Austin Bush has difficulty fathoming.
"...keeps popping up, and we want to reroute truck traffic around the city and improve roads. Ecological preservation is..."

April 28, 2000 Food Feature by Virginia B. Wood

Public Notice
Debra Schmidt's custody case leads the concerns in this week's Public Notice, jam packed will all sorts of benefits and the like..
"...Those strapping lads and lassies you'll see at 41 traffic intersections over Thu-Sat, Apr 13-15, are from the Austin..."

April 14, 2000 Column by Kate X Messer

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City council elections must be coming up soon...
"...not only to the housing shortage but also to traffic and environmental problems as people are forced to move..."

Jan. 28, 2000 Column

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First, the good news ...
"...rug of servitude so many Austinites, consequently, driving the human qualities so much down, while this city's worth is..."

Nov. 5, 1999 Column

Whenever We're Opened
Mortician-for-a-night, Wayne Alan Brenner ponders life as he faces death.
"...flaps of skin, eviscerate the corpus of a once-living human being...."

Oct. 22, 1999 Features Feature by Wayne Alan Brenner

Naked City
More Sickly Every Day
"...head of primary care for Austin/Travis County Health and Human Services, says her team has had to work inside..."

Sept. 24, 1999 News Feature by Kevin Fullerton

Bad Dog
When we see a dog running free, why are we frightened? Longtime Austinite Paula James meditates on the effect that fear of the natural world has had on us.
"...unblemished by dog poop or any other evidence of human laxity. No dogs wander. No children play in their..."

Sept. 10, 1999 Features Feature by Paula James

Naked City
Austin Energy budget comes under fire as the utility prepares for competition; the Texas Our Texas Heritage Program has big plans for state parkland and conservation; and a new state audit highlights problems with the Texas Workforce Commission's oversight of local welfare and workforce boards.
"...musical instrument ... [or] by the amplified or unamplifed human voice." Backyard owner Tim O'Connor was quick to issue..."

Sept. 10, 1999 News Feature by Amy Smith

Esther's All-Stars
"...of Austinites clog the sidewalk outside the brightly colored human aquarium on the corner of Sixth and Red River..."

July 30, 1999 Arts Feature by J. C. Shakespeare

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Bush on Borderline
"...in this country through such programs as Habitat for Humanity; this bill is modeled on successful programs and would,..."

June 11, 1999 Column

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Don't Blame the Movies
"...pay to support the rail systems that don't reduce traffic congestion at all, don't take people where they want..."

May 28, 1999 Column

Jesus Gonna Be Here
Johnny Toxic
"...things were uninteresting precisely because of their flawless character. Human things, such as music, are made fascinating by their..."

March 26, 1999 Music Feature

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Mueller Will Gentrify
"...in decreasing car use than in increasing bicycle use. Human-powered vehicles only benefit the city to the extent that..."

March 5, 1999 Column

The Lay of the Land
Timing Is Everything
"..."With the Poleyard, you have a prime destination and traffic generator. That has implications for the lakefront, for Sixth..."

Feb. 5, 1999 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Fatal Error
Hooked on Drug Money
"...within one of the nation's 21 High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas. But the U.S. Border Patrol is JTF-6's main..."

Dec. 25, 1998 News Feature by Monte Paulsen

One of the Great Ones
"...bribes. On his first day as a newly demoted traffic cop, he loses his temper with an arrogant motorist...."

Nov. 6, 1998 Books Feature by Jesse Sublett

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