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new

Lots of turbulence as airport rebounds from COVID lows

BY MIKE CLARK-MADISON

What is the 4th of July for us? Read the room and rethink democracy.

BY MIKE CLARK-MADISON

July 14 and other events

BY NICK BARBARO

When temperatures rise, bus stops serve as shelter from the sun

BY BENTON GRAHAM

Site discourages recruits and encourages cops to leave the force

BY AUSTIN SANDERS

As ACLU fights for a few more weeks of abortion services, providers turn to safe haven states

BY MAGGIE Q. THOMPSON

Texas has executed 574 people since 1976; the Pardons and Parole Board recommended clemency for five

BY BRANT BINGAMON

Texas Supreme Court sides with Texas Central Railroad

BY MIKE CLARK-MADISON

Austin woman arrested in Costa Rica for murder of cyclist Mo Wilson

BY MAGGIE Q. THOMPSON

food

Artisanal cuisine is based on family recipes handed down

BY YASMIN DIALLO TURKISH

All the news that thrills your taste buds

BY WAYNE ALAN BRENNER

Dinners, farmers markets, beer, wine and more for the week of July 7, 2022

BY WAYNE ALAN BRENNER

music

Millennial Midas brings reggaeton and regional Mexican music to Sixth Street and beyond

BY CHRISTINE GARCIA

On the realization in the last year of the first EP inquisitor Luminous Luffon

BY RACHEL RASCOE

A densely composed, sonorous and fun electronic R&B EP with jazz impulses and flexible vocals

BY KEVIN CURTIN

Jazz guitarist draws beauty from tragedy and triumph

BY MICHAEL TOLAND

Die Spitz, Red Axes, Fiddlehead, Albert Lee, Elsa Cross and other recommended shows

BY RACHEL RASCOE, CHRISTINA GARCIA, JULIAN TOWERS, RAOUL HERNANDEZ, MICHAEL TOLAND, KEVIN CURTIN AND DEREK UDENSI

BY DEREK UDENSI

screens

Austin host Eric Power takes on a strange and beautiful adventure in new feature film When You Get to the Forest

movie reviews

Louis CK continues his attempt at professional reintegration

Balzac’s media satire is always topical and scathing

Arthouse single white woman is more a form than a concept

Thanos’ Slayer Becomes A Loving Clown In This Joyless Sequel

art & culture

From musical parodies to Broadway classics, the best of the Austin scene

BY WAYNE ALAN BRENNER

Steve Martin’s delightfully absurd tale of art and science

BY BOB ABELMAN

Art galleries, theatre, comedy, dance, etc.

BY WAYNE ALAN BRENNER

Local events, volunteer opportunities, children’s activities, etc.

BY KATHERINE MCNEVINS

Columns

In this week’s issue, Christina Garcia profiles DJ and restaurateur Gabriela Bucio

BY KIMBERLEY JONES

Before we bury the light rail beneath the uniqueness of the street and the beautiful lake of Austin, we should take a breather to reconsider design ideas and ballooning costs

BY KAREN MC GRAW

Opinion: Tiny House Coffee Roasters co-founder offers solution to patchwork system of privacy laws crushing small businesses

BY BLAKE THOMAS

Austin’s Queer Scene Makes Deals With Divine Powers With This Week’s Events

BY JAMES SCOTT

Journey through American road trip history

BY GERALD E. MCLEOD

Are the yuppies still relevant?

BY THE LUV DOC

BY MR. SMART PANTS

Your weekly horoscope, July 8-14

BY ROB BREZSNY

Letters to the editor, published daily

sports

The 26-year-old Irishman thrives at left-back

BY ERIC GOODMAN

comics

BY SAM HURT

BY TOM TOMORROW

BY JEN SORENSEN