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The Name of the Game
The Hives
"...Once the solid body wood and steel swagger of “Tick Tick..."

Sept. 15, 2008 Music Post by Raoul Hernandez

The Big Show
Comic-Con has gone Hollywood, but Austin's comics pros say it's still the place to be
"...You've seen the geeks totally geeking out (paunchy men stuffed like sausages..."

Aug. 15, 2008 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

No Room at the Complex
Renters scramble for housing as dirt churns on new condos
"...fellow Austinites, I'm still hanging pictures, cleaning up after the cable installer, cursing a blue streak assembling that couch..."

Sept. 14, 2007 News Feature by Wells Dunbar

The Year in Sports, as Pitched to the Head of a Hollywood Studio
"...hard to make it as screenwriters. Every one of them has taken a crack at writing about those golden..."

May 14, 2007 Sports Post by John Hunt

The Home School
Austin's latest class of cinematic talent – represented by six anticipated films at SXSW – is going places, but they aren't leaving anytime soon.
"...Steve Collins' Gretchen, and Jake Vaughan and Bryan Poyser's The Cassidy Kids – has kept him regularly and gainfully..."

March 10, 2006 Screens Feature by Spencer Parsons

Ribbon on the Highway
Here comes Jimmy LaFave
"...Maybe he's walking onstage to sing or slipping into the back of the Cactus Cafe to hear an old..."

May 6, 2005 Music Feature by Dave Marsh

Change in the Weather
A different kind of summer for the city arts funding process
"...and a similarly protracted string of blistering attacks on the city's Cultural Contracts program. In years past, the panels..."

Sept. 3, 2004 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

The Woodman Cometh
In promotion of his new film 'Hollywood Ending,' reluctant traveler Woody Allen appeared briefly in Austin to talk bats, barbecue, and why he'll never go back to stand-up.
"...Allen's new film Hollywood Ending will go head-to-head against the release of the summer's first expected fantasy blockbuster, Spider-Man...."

May 3, 2002 Screens Feature by Marjorie Baumgarten

How It All Began: A Brief History of the Kitchen Brigade
"...The next time a restaurant kitchen delivers a complex meal..."

Feb. 22, 2002 Food Feature by MM Pack

The Nine Lives of Ol' Possum
An overview of country legend George Jones' life and career.
"...Near the door of Ray Hennig's Heart of Texas Music on..."

Oct. 22, 1999 Music Feature by Jerry Renshaw

The Li'l Green Aggravation Society
Rock & Roll's Cain & Abel: The Kinks' Davies Brothers
"...Everything you've ever heard about the Kinks is true. Everything you've ever heard about the..."

Nov. 15, 1996 Music Feature by Tim Stegall

The Best Music We Saw at SXSW on Friday
Seventies funk GOATs, queer nu metal, and so much more
"...very, very tired) music team, Friday was filled with the Chronicle’s wild day party at Hotel Vegas and witnessing..."

March 19, 2022 SXSW Post by Thomas Fawcett

On the Edges of Gentrification, Planning a Different East Riverside Drive
City’s declared goals for the corridor and those of private developers do not necessarily coincide
"...food joints, and enormous parking lots. Hit it at the wrong time, and you'll find yourself working slowly from..."

Feb. 15, 2019 News Feature by Michael King

Page Two: Sitting on the Dock of the Bay Watching the Tide Roll Away
The Chronicle at 35
"..."The present-day composer refuses to die!"..."

Sept. 2, 2016 Column by Louis Black

City of the Dead
Journeying through the graves of Austin's oldest cemetery
"...I see you standing on the other side...."

April 21, 2006 News Feature by Cheryl Smith

The Towers of Power
Are high-rises the key to a middle-class Downtown?
"...a trend – or, perhaps, starting a new one. The Downtown real estate broker and his wife have been..."

Nov. 11, 2005 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

The 'Mold Queen' Fights Back
Melinda Ballard beat the insurance companies in court. Now she's carrying her fight to the politicians and the public.
"...Among the many high-profile combatants in the Texas homeowners-insurance wars, Melinda..."

March 21, 2003 News Feature by Jordan Smith

The Flight of the Night Bird
Harry Akin opened for business on Christmas Eve, 1932, selling hamburgers for 15 cents apiece. Cuisines Editor Virginia B. Wood reveals how Akin turned his hamburger stand into Austin's former restaurant empire.
"...By the time beloved Austin restaurateur Harry Akin died in 1976,..."

Jan. 26, 2001 Food Feature by Virginia B. Wood

The Toronto International Film Festival
A first-timer's diary
"...in a number of ways, but it plays to the international film community elite. Telluride is film-centric, but it..."

Dec. 12, 2003 Screens Feature by Louis Black

Crucial Concerts for the Coming Week
Die Spitz, Red Axes, Fiddlehead, Albert Lee, Elsa Cross, and more recommended shows
"...Hotel Vegas, Sundays in July..."

July 8, 2022 Music Column by Rachel Rascoe

Dark Was the Night, Cold Was the Ground
Austin slowly thaws out from an unprecedented – but not entirely unexpected – disaster
"...most of Austin was dealing with four overlapping crises: the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, the arrival of winter storms that..."

Feb. 19, 2021 News Feature by Lina Fisher

Hotel Project Sparks Downtown Skirmish
A proposed hotel complex at Eighth and Congress has had a particularly dramatic saga en route to Council
"...An unusual battle over a proposed hotel complex at Eighth and Congress is finally making its..."

Jan. 18, 2013 News Feature by Elizabeth Pagano

Little Hotel on the Prairie
Proposed hotel and golf course would be constructed on city-owned parkland.
"...Around the Central Texas landscape, where there is water, there is..."

March 24, 2000 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Then There's This: Hotel Hypocrite
Developer wants to cancel wage agreement but keep incentives
"...If city officials need a poster child for reforming the city's economic incentives policy, they need look no further..."

March 8, 2013 News Column by Amy Smith

American Hypocrisy Revealed in The Misogynists
“Self-righteous, smug and wicked.” Onur Tukel pulls no punches in this extended Q&A
"...Onur Tukel isn't pulling any punches. In the results of the 2016 election, he said, "We got..."

Jan. 24, 2020 Screens Feature by Richard Whittaker

Musicians on How Best to Employ City Funds Earmarked for the Local Scene
$3 million in HOT funds are coming. Now what?
"...of thought and consulting with musicians and people in the business, $3 million should go directly to musicians who..."

Jan. 10, 2020 Music Feature

Keeping the Peace
Andy Langer examines round one of trying to establish a new city noise ordinance for Austin.
"...imagined that seven days of intense public debate over the city's proposed new noise ordinance would end in five..."

May 3, 2002 Music Feature by Andy Langer

Standing Around on "The Corner"
My Big Role as a subUrbia Stand-in
"...Behind the saw- horses and police tape, onlookers fidget. A child..."

Aug. 9, 1996 Screens Feature

Faster Than Sound: The Spiritual Side of Quentin Arispe
Plans for Pride Month, Resound concert promotions, and IRL record store day
"...several tries. Building up a sevenpiece live band rooted the artist locally, while a prolific run of recordings –..."

June 11, 2021 Music Column by Rachel Rascoe

The Long, Hot Summer
Books to Spend Your Summer With
"...know you're in for a long, hot summer when the weather has hit 100 degrees before the beginning of..."

June 5, 1998 Books Feature

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