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Off the Record
Max Dropout's garage-punk festival levels Beerland to Ground Zero; David Letterman hosts a Late Show spectacular at Antone's; What Made Milwaukee Famous grapples with success on second LP
"...Local booker Max Dropout was hired on the spot at Beerland after breaking up a fight at..."

Dec. 7, 2007 Music Column by Austin Powell

Watching, Breathing, and Eating the World Cup 2006
The quarterfinals definitely mean high-caliber matchups; hopefully, they also mean high-caliber cuisine.
"...So far, the World Cup is going as planned, with lackluster performances..."

June 30, 2006 Food Feature by Claudia Alarcón

On the Road to the Right Recipe
Austin chefs tour area farms
"...It's a natural match. Coming from opposite ends of the produce spectrum, the interests of both groups meet at..."

July 15, 2005 Food Feature by MM Pack

Excerpt From The Lecturer's Tale
"...In The Lecturer's Tale, "mild-mannered liberal pluralist" Nelson Humboldt appears to..."

Jan. 19, 2001 Books Feature

The Kings of Monterrey
Hanging out in Monterrey with a passel of up-and-coming Mexican rockers
"...more beer. We're at a 7-Eleven not far from their rehearsal space, and the drummer, Andres Saenz, is rifling..."

June 16, 2000 Music Feature by Melissa Sattley

The Watson Way
Mayor Kirk Watson talks about challenges for austin during his next term.
"...Though he officially has three opponents in the May City Council election, Mayor Kirk Watson already has..."

March 31, 2000 News Feature by Jenny Staff Johnson

Down to the Wire
SOS, Bradley, and the city try to work out their differences and come to an agreement they all can live with on the Bradley Settlement.
"...It's gut-check time for Austin environmentalists of all stripes. The city of Austin, Gary Bradley, and outside city attorney..."

March 10, 2000 News Column by Jenny Staff Johnson

Long Fringe @ the Hideout
"...FronteraFest, the oldest and largest performance festival in the Southwest, is..."

Jan. 7, 2000 Arts Feature

The Good Earth
TEA for Texas
"...competing for federal TEA-21 (that's Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century to you) money. The Texas Department of..."

July 23, 1999 News Column by Jenny Staff Johnson

The Jacqueline Susann Story
My Heart Belongs to Daddy... or His Equivalent in Drugs
"...It's hard to imagine that if Jacqueline Susann were still alive, she'd soon turn 80 years..."

Feb. 13, 1998 Books Feature

The Wild, Wired West
CD-ROMs Make Virtual History
"...Not since the inven- tion of barbed wire has technology flashed across..."

Nov. 10, 1995 Screens Feature

The Reluctant Celebrity
When you get caught between the moon and New York City, it's time to head back home to Austin
"...photo session. He was wary of even interviewing with the Chronicle, writing in an email weeks before that the..."

Jan. 20, 2012 Music Feature by Margaret Moser

Remembering 'Easy Rider' and 'The Last Movie'
CinemaTexas program notes
"...The following program notes were originally printed in conjunction with..."

June 4, 2010 Screens Feature

Economics From the Bottom Up
A profile of Accion Texas, CDC, and other microlenders
"...was about a year and a half ago when the cash-soaked entrepreneurs who were riding the crest of the..."

Aug. 10, 2001 News Feature by Kevin Fullerton

Hitting the Pavement
Building SH 130 is still being considered in terms of costs, routes, and whether it will be a toll road.
"...before Christmas 1986? If you were a member of the Texas Transportation Commission, you were busy issuing Minute Order..."

Jan. 21, 2000 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

A View From the Cheap Seats
"...Abra Moore had a dream. While attending the Grammys as a disinterested spectator in 1997, she dared..."

Feb. 19, 1999 Music Feature by Michael Bertin

Far-Right Pro-Natal Conference Will Proceed in Austin as Planned
Line Hotel hosting anti-democracy, pseudoscientific speakers
"...The Natal Conference is still happening. This weekend, a group..."

Dec. 1, 2023 News Feature by Brant Bingamon

Obey Giantess: Mega Mural of Feminist Proportions Pops Up Downtown
Artists Sandra Chevrier and Shepard Fairey give Austin a 12-story tribute to the centenary of the 19th Amendment
"...At first glance, the massive new mural at the intersection of Congress and..."

March 20, 2020 Arts Feature by Barbara Purcell

Judy
Renée Zellweger is a star reborn in this Judy Garland biopic
"...Judy Garland will forever be remembered as the sweet girl in pigtails who longingly sang about a..."

Sept. 27, 2019 Movie Review by Steve Davis

Casa de los Babys
The new film from John Sayles presents a great group of characters and then strands them without a plot.
"...Taylor, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Pedro Armendáriz Jr. and Susan Lynch. The bottom line is that any John Sayles movie is..."

Oct. 10, 2003 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

Qmmunity: Queer Comedy Pipeline
Ivy Le talks the impact of Tongue in Cheek, a queer comedy open mic providing fertile ground for Austin's LGBTQ comics
"...strange situation faced Ivy Le and Aira Juliet at the start of 2022. Their desire to produce a live..."

Sept. 29, 2023 Column by James Scott

Qmmunity: Ch-ch-changes
Austin's queer scene turns to face the strange as it goes through big but good changes
"...Time to turn and face the strange: We're in a season of change. Icons of..."

July 28, 2023 Column by James Scott

June Pride Events Roundup
Kick off Summer of Pride with nonstop Pride Month parties & more
"...is a little bit different than everywhere else. Across the country, most major cities celebrate Pride – an homage..."

May 30, 2019 Qmmunity Post by Sarah Marloff

SXSW Live Shot: London Grammar
UK trip-hoppers taken down by tacos
"...Let’s be honest... It’s my fault for ever assuming the remote possibility that Taco Bell was invested in creating..."

March 14, 2014 Music Post by Luke Winkie

Gay Place
This Pride keep the spark alive
"...The unicorn is out of the bag. Pride has covered..."

Aug. 10, 2018 Column by Sarah Marloff

Westworld Themed Park Experience Coming to SXSW
Activation will sprawl over two acres and three days
"...Fans of HBO’s Westworld will be invited to blur the line between reality and fiction by visiting a simulacrum..."

Feb. 21, 2018 SXSW Post by Kimberley Jones

Qmmunity
Trump and other things that go bump in the night
"...human and real as our cisgender counterparts," Emmett Schelling, the executive director of the Transgender Education Network of Texas,..."

Oct. 26, 2018 Column by Sarah Marloff

Robert Faires' Top 10 Works That Spoke to Me About 2020
Throughout 2020, performances and books seemed to contain messages about the year – its trials, its traumas, and its echoes in history
"...1) (RE)CURRENT UNREST (dance theatre X) Not even COVID could stop Charles O. Anderson..."

Dec. 18, 2020 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

New Murals in Austin You May Have Missed
A guide to some of Austin's most notable new murals you may have missed
"...Somewhere in Austin, there may be a few bare walls outdoors, but they're..."

April 3, 2020 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Weeknight Drag Roundup
The party shouldn’t stop when you clock in.
"...We’re a society that lives for the weekend, but it’s 2019 and fluidity is the word..."

Aug. 26, 2019 Qmmunity Post by A. Micah Mills

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