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TRIBFEST 2022

Scion of power learns the limits of 21st century politics

BY MIKE CLARK-MADISON

Six points of agreement as new legislature merges

BY MAGGIE Q. THOMPSON

Are we “thinking as carefully as possible about water”?

BY LINA FISHER

Transportation Secretary: ‘I hear you’ on Gulf Coast project

BY LINA FISHER AND MIKE CLARK-MADISON

Abbott stays ahead of the crowd amid Lone Star and Uvalde fallout

BY MIKE CLARK-MADISON

Three visions for the future of our transport

BY NICK BARBARO

Things get partisan in this week’s election news

BY THE NEWS TEAM

Council Snapshot: Is HealthSouth ready to go?

BY MAGGIE Q. THOMPSON

Austin is slowly shifting to electric avenues

BY BENTON GRAHAM

Ramirez will be prayed for his death

BY BRANT BINGAMON

New union wants reasonable shifts, cost-of-living wage adjustments

BY LINA FISHER

It is above the other

BY LINA FISHER

food

Celebrate with the prince, according to tradition, at the Bavarian Biergarten in Koko

BY WAYNE ALAN BRENNER

Dinners, farmers markets, beer, wine and more for the week of September 29, 2022

BY WAYNE ALAN BRENNER

music

Music columnist graduated from music publisher after four years

BY RACHEL RASCOE

Dance music venue reopens off Red River after abrupt 2018 shutdown

BY CHRISTINE GARCIA

ST

BY KRISS CONKLIN

Cry Havoc! (Latest Gang Records)

BY RAOUL HERNANDEZ

FEEL THE COLORS

BY LAIKEN NEUMANN

A BLK REVOLUTION, Channel Tres, Smashing Pumpkins, Austin Record Convention and other local music related shows worth checking out

BY CHRISTINA GARCIA, GARY LINDSEY, RAOUL HERNANDEZ, ABBY JOHNSTON, MICHAEL TOLAND, JULIAN TOWERS AND DEREK UDENSI

BY DEREK UDENSI

screens

Director Parker Finn and star Sosie Bacon Smile, and the world screams with them

BY RICHARD WHITTAKER

The weirdest and most fearless of this year’s Fantastic Fest streaming selection

BY RICHARD WHITTAKER

movie reviews

The thunderous gay rom-com isn’t just a straight rom-com in a different hat

Immobility and violence in this surprising story of an Irish fishing community

Sigourney Weaver pulls this addiction drama out of comfortable numbness

It’s 2022, and someone thought we needed a pro-Vietnam War comedy

Cunning Studio Horror About A Curse That Makes You Smile To Death

A captivating eco-fable rewrites Snow White as a young Galilee

art & culture

Because the best comedy always has a story

BY JAMES SCOTT

As with all Conor McPherson pieces, the devil is in the details

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 preparation for Oktoberfest, our Halloween Costume Contest and the Midterm Elections

BY KIMBERLEY JONES

Austin FC supporters group live the motto ‘Y’all Means All’

BY HARLEY HIGHTOWER

Again with emotion: this is your horoscope of queer events in Austin!

BY JAMES SCOTT

Admire the bird’s-eye view of the Alamo town

BY GERALD E. MCLEOD

Two is a lot, thank you

BY THE LUV DOC

BY MR. SMART PANTS

Your weekly horoscope, September 30 – October 6

BY ROB BREZSNY

Letters to the editor, published daily

sports

BY ERIC GOODMAN

comics

BY SAM HURT

BY TOM TOMORROW

BY JEN SORENSEN