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What I Learned at the Dot-Bomb Revolution
Robert Bryce recounts his short, happy career in the Internet wave
"...The offer was just too good...."

Nov. 30, 2001 News Feature by Robert Bryce

Off the Road and Hungry
Where Austin Musicians Eat When They Get Home
"...El Norteño's homemade tortillas. photograph by John Anderson In the heyday of the late, great Armadillo World Headquarters, local..."

March 20, 1998 Food Feature by Virginia B. Wood

Still the Greatest
When We Were Kings
"...lifetime, only one public figure has claimed to be "the greatest" and not been a liar. That person is..."

March 28, 1997 Screens Feature by Marjorie Baumgarten

Janis Joplin, Texas, and the Big Beat
How East Texas Shaped Rock's First Female Superstar
"..."I'll tell you 'bout Texas Radio and the Big Beat...I'll tell you 'bout the hopeless night Wandering..."

Jan. 12, 1996 Music Feature by Margaret Moser

When It's Time to Turn the Rules Inside Out
The Boarding House on Seventh
"...empty lots behind Sweetish Hill Bakery on W. Sixth. The duo hopes to develop the lots into a compound..."

Dec. 8, 1995 News Feature

Crypta, Cherubs, and More Crucial Concerts for the Week
Must-see shows for the weekend and beyond
"...Thursday 15 – Friday 16, Hotel Vegas..."

Feb. 16, 2024 Music Feature by Rachel Rascoe

What Hole in the Wall's Freshly Inked 20-Year Lease Means for Other At-Risk Venues
The Iconic Venue Fund plans to dish out more aid, but needs time, additional funds
"...On August 15, the Austin Monitor reported that Hole in the Wall had..."

Aug. 25, 2023 Music Feature by Genevieve Wood

Crucial Concerts for the Coming Week
Jordan Moser's August residency, a pair of Millers, and more recommended Austin shows
"...Jordan Moser’s August Residency Hole in the Wall, Tuesday 1..."

July 28, 2023 Music Column by Rachel Rascoe

Photos Around Austin During the Coronavirus Pandemic
"...The Chronicle photographers have been all around the city (maintaining..."

March 23, 2020 Photo Gallery

Playback – 2014: Keeping the Dream Alive
Reviewing ATX music 2014
"...I received an unexpected windfall this week to the tune of $2,600 – the most money I've ever..."

Dec. 26, 2014 Music Column by Kevin Curtin

Taking the Temperature of 'Cold in July'
The film based on Joe Lansdale's novel, 'Cold in July,' is a gnarled tale of modern horror
"...Joe Lansdale's novel Cold in July, he expected a by-the-numbers thriller. What he got, instead, pulled not just the..."

May 30, 2014 Screens Feature by Richard Whittaker

The Bon Appétit Test Kitchen Crew Has Answers
Nine pro chefs and YouTube personalities tackle our burning food Qs
"...Throughout the YouTube zeitgeist, only one channel has given us Brad..."

March 20, 2020 Food Feature by Jessi Cape

The World Is Flat
How King of the Hill helped make Texas three-dimensional again
"...– a baffled Hank Hill to son, Bobby, in the series finale of King of the Hill..."

Sept. 11, 2009 Screens Feature by Cindy Widner

The Comics (Artist) Panel
Five Austinites on the state of the sequential art, from comics to comix to manga and beyond
"...nervous. And it's certainly more than enough to justify the geek-chic culture. But while Chris Ware reigned through the..."

Dec. 22, 2006 Arts Feature by Joey Seiler

The Secret History
That a man from San Antonio named Richard Santos has as much to add to the world of Jewish intellectual pursuits as an attorney named Rosen is as fascinating as it should be obvious, David Garza writes after he attended the Texas Jewish Historical Society's 22nd annual gathering. For the first time, perhaps, an entirely constructive revision may be taking place in the history of those we call the "people of the Book."
"...get and still call yourself an "angry young man." The San Antonio native, author or co-author of 32 books,..."

May 11, 2001 Books Feature by David Garza

New Writers of the Purple Prose
The romance field, Margraet Moser writes, is unique in its symbiosis: Most writers come from the ranks of readers and therefore understand the marriage of reader and book. The sisterhood and moral support in this almost exclusively female dominion is palpable. It is also gratifying and empowering and, in a few cases, exceedingly lucrative.
"...As the rest of the country began settling into Indecision 2000,..."

Dec. 8, 2000 Books Feature by Margaret Moser

Murder, Mayhem, and the Underbelly of Life
Friends in Low Places
"...eventual killer by saying "What up, Jay?" even though the killer's actual name is Justin Thomas. Regina wasn't overly..."

Oct. 30, 1998 Books Feature

The Summer Revival Spirit
Can I Get a Witness?
"...The Paramount Theatre's Summer Film Classics features mostly double bills..."

June 12, 1998 Screens Feature

SXSW Music Review: The Klitz
Memphis punk pioneers endure
"...As the Violators and Skunks helped invent Austin punk in 1978,..."

March 14, 2019 SXSW Post by Tim Stegall

Made In Makes Farewell, Tiny Grocer Champions the Dry, the Loren Brings Midnite Bagel, Uchiba Goes (Briefly) Nashville, and More
All the news that’s fit to get your taste buds quivering
"...– as wrangled from numerous PR releases, words on the digital street, and even the occasional (verified) IRL eavesdroppings...."

Jan. 3, 2024 Food Post by Wayne Alan Brenner

The Luv Doc: It’s Bad, and It’s Nationwide
Comfort is the turd in which the mushroom of ignorance grows
"...Last year my husband's brother moved to Austin from a conservative city just up..."

Jan. 20, 2023 Column by The Luv Doc

How the SXSW Cancellation Has Impacted the Hideout Theatre
Comedy theatre mulls the corporate cash influx and concession sales that went away
"...It takes money, they say, to make money. But it also takes money..."

March 13, 2020 Arts Feature by Wayne Alan Brenner

ASCAP Levels Lawsuit Against Sixth Street Music Venue the Nook
Venue sued over non-payment of songwriter royalties
"...ASCAP, the performance rights organization that represents over 700,000 songwriters, has..."

Feb. 26, 2019 Music Post by Kevin Curtin

Fantastic Fest Review: Bad Times at the El Royale
Was it good times for the Fantastic Fest closing film?
"...Fest as well as Drew Goddard’s Bad Times at the El Royale, a blockbuster neo-noir that features just the..."

Oct. 3, 2018 Screens Post by Matthew Monagle

Love in the Time of Mitski
Creeping anxiety and no happy endings, but comforting nonetheless
"...socks with bright pink toes. Halfway through her set, the 25-year-old New Yorker stood onstage alone, playing a guitar..."

July 5, 2016 Music Post by Libby Webster

Into the Out of Bounds Comedy Festival
Everybody's working for your weekend
"...funny, really, how much planning this thing takes. Look: The OOB sprawls like a citysized wino across the five..."

Sept. 2, 2011 Arts Post by Wayne Alan Brenner

Scorecard: Grading the CenTex Delegation
How did our legislators do?
"...him a liberal windmill-tilter in a conservative state, but the 38 bills he authored and co-authored that made it..."

June 12, 2009 News Feature

The Hightower Report
The Paris Hilton Minimum-Wage Hike; and Superrich Tax Cheats
"...THE PARIS HILTON MINIMUM-WAGE HIKE Step right up folks and..."

Aug. 18, 2006 News Column by Jim Hightower

The Hightower Report
Jim hopes Dubya enjoyed his inauguration, because polls show the next four years may be bumpy
"...THE PARTY GOES ON..."

Feb. 11, 2005 News Column by Jim Hightower

Qmmunity: The RuPaul Express
Join the Ru-volution in Austin at one of our local Drag Race watch parties
"...fave local queer hangouts last Friday with a brand-new lineup of queens vying for Ru-proval. Missed the first train?..."

Jan. 12, 2024 Column by James Scott

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