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Naked City
Organized through Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish congregations, the Industrial Areas Foundation's Saturday gathering was not unlike a secular church service.
"...local groups such as Austin Interfaith. And it was not only IAF leaders who were present at the Hyatt...."

Sept. 29, 2000 News Feature by Emily Pyle

Day Trips
Country Christmas tree farms and other holi-day trips.
"...Seilers to plant additional acreage over the years. They now have about 22 acres of Leyland Cypress, loblolly pine,..."

Dec. 10, 1999 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

After a Fashion
Nepotism is disliked only by those who have no familial connections to make use of.
"...BUSINESS OWNERS The Chronicle's Style Avatar is pleased to announce our new Secret Shopper program and urges businesses to..."

Oct. 8, 1999 Column by Stephen MacMillan Moser

September Previews
"...BEDROOMS & HALLWAYS..."

Sept. 10, 1999 Screens Feature

The Dreaded Broccoli Cookbook
"...oomph. It is either academically dry or carries the annoying pomp of a cheerleader. Health food writers, especially, are..."

July 30, 1999 Food Feature

Page Two
"...Weak Mayor system? Not so as you'd notice. Once again, at today's City..."

June 4, 1999 Column by Nick Barbaro

Life of the Party
"...Warner Bros. Nashville when the record company deemed it not commercially viable. So they dropped him. You'd think a..."

Oct. 2, 1998 Music Feature by Andy Langer

Exhibitionism
Mexican Traditional Toys and Miniatures: a Desire to Play
"...Mexic-Arte Museum through May 17..."

May 9, 1997 Arts Review

Jack Ingram
"...Ford, you're a Cadillac," on the album's lead-off track, "Nothin' Wrong With That" -- the rejoining phrase, by the..."

April 4, 1997 Music Feature

Dana DeBeauvoir Fought for Election Access in a Year of Barriers
"...well have been summarizing her entire career as an innovative and indefatigable laborer in the nuts and bolts of..."

Nov. 27, 2020 Features Feature by Michael King

New Austin Music Worth Your Bandwidth This Week
What we’re listening to
"...End the Summertime F(or)ever aggregates into a harsh, revealing, socio-political/socioeconomic chemical peel for the world and Austin multi-instrumentalist Spencer..."

Oct. 23, 2020 Music Feature by Kahron Spearman

SXSW Review: Shithouse
Remarkable debut is the anti-Say Anything
"...Anyone who has been to college knows one thing: When you got there, everything of which..."

March 20, 2020 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

ACL Live Review: Billy Strings
Acid grass virtuoso leaves the BMI stage smoking
"...Bill Monroe may not approve, but Syd Barrett’s there in the afterlife, grabbing..."

Oct. 7, 2019 Music Post by Tim Stegall

Subway Launches a Brisket Sandwich, Thanks to Austin
Locals unwittingly declare national chain’s barbecue "the real deal"
"...Last month, about 100 Austinites and self-proclaimed barbecue connoisseurs brought their refined palates to the mysterious pop-up restaurant..."

Sept. 5, 2019 Food Post by Roxy Bonafont

Nine of the Best Sno-Cone and Shaved Ice Spots in Austin
Sometimes some shaved ice and flavoring is all you need
"...Then there are the 100-plus degree days that makes sno-cones damn near a necessity. The combination of melting ice..."

Aug. 9, 2019 Food Post by Jessika Roth

Two Music-Centric Bars Add Rhythm to the Local Bar Scene
Hanging with the Long Play Lounge and Frazier's Long and Low
"...spot for his new venture, Long Play Lounge.Needing minimal renovations due to its past life as Royal Jelly, walkable..."

July 19, 2019 Food Feature by Alexandra Detmar

Religious Refusal Bill Prepped to Grant Texans License to Discriminate
"Sincerely held" nonsense at the Senate
"...Not with a toilet flush, but with a whimper, the..."

March 29, 2019 News Feature by Sarah Marloff

Jesse Dayton
"...an artist unafraid to alienate red state fans with no-nonsense political social media posts, is the anti-alt-right bluegrass of..."

June 22, 2018 Music Review by Tim Stegall

Paper Chairs' The Repentance of Saint Joan
Patrick Shaw’s new play is less a tale of Joan of Arc’s life than a divine meditation on love lost
"...Elizabeth Doss (who gives us a no-nonsense, fit-for-the-fight Joan), Judd Farris (as our forlorn and lovelorn..."

April 6, 2018 Arts Review by T. Lynn Mikeska

12 Breakthrough Austin Bands at SXSW Music
After backing all kinds of rap/R&B/soul luminaries, Kydd Jones is putting his own sound on the front burner
"...Austin native Randell "Kydd" Jones is nonchalant about his success, remaining focused on his art, his..."

March 9, 2018 Music Feature by Kahron Spearman

Hunan Restaurant
There’s a spot at a North Lamar mini-mall serving excellent jajangmyeon
"...and wall of mirrors. Everything is clean and cheerfully no-nonsense, a reflection of their approach to Korean-style Chinese comfort..."

March 2, 2018 Food Column by Emily Beyda

Queue Queue
"...and spacey shoegaze. The ambient, amorphous "Look Out" skews hypnotic and mostly instrumental with a hushed refrain of "look..."

Dec. 22, 2017 Music Review by Libby Webster

Cheap Eats: Hut’s Hamburgers
Austin classic is still one of the best deals in town
"...For that reason, it's best to go somewhere you know you'll feel comfortable, somewhere your stunning intellect and ravishing..."

Dec. 2, 2016 Food Feature by Mary Bryce

Silent Sky at Austin Playhouse
This luminous staging of Lauren Gunderson's play brings wonder to the universe and makes it at once vast and intimate
"...pinpoint of brilliance in the theatrical firmament given a luminous staging by Austin Playhouse...."

Sept. 30, 2016 Arts Review by Robert Faires

Don't All Thank Me at Once: The Lost Pop Genius of Scott Miller
Seminal pop savant uncovered
"...a case study for the imbalance of imagination and economics. The computer programmer and hardcore music nerd led his..."

June 17, 2016 Music Feature by Michael Toland

PRO: Reclaiming Abortion Rights and The Birth of the Pill
Jonathan Eig's breezy history of the Pill is engaging, but Katha Pollitt's argument for abortion rights is indispensible
"...Reinvented Sex and Launched a Revolutionby Jonathan Eig W.W. Norton and Co., 400pp., $27.95..."

Nov. 28, 2014 Arts Feature by Michael King

The AggreGAYtor: February 3
What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
"...and protests abound, and the French do what they're known for, as your AggreGAYtor kitty riots...."

Feb. 3, 2014 Qmmunity Post by David Estlund

Bake It Like You Mean It: Gorgeous Cakes From Inside Out
An essential cookbook for novice bakers and pros
"...cheesecakes and mousses, buttery batters, and yeast cakes, giving novice bakers the time and experience to develop skills, while..."

May 31, 2013 Food Feature by Virginia B. Wood

spacestation1985
This theatrical riff on loneliness in space looks great, but we've seen it all before
"...Bradley Carlin, viral video funnyman Jason Newman, composer Graham Reynolds, and co-writer/director Jeff Mills – ensures that people will..."

Sept. 21, 2012 Arts Review by Dan Solomon

Kids Love the Blues Camp
"...of his guitars. He is painfully shy, and does not have a combo of other musicians with whom to..."

June 26, 2012 Postmarks

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