Archives – October 1, 2021 issue

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Zeke Barbaro (Photo Dayglow by Pooneh Ghana, photo Yendry by Davide De Martis, crowd photo by John Anderson)

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A closer look at vaccine and mask policies among Austin first responders

BY AUSTIN SANDERS

What have you done today to provide decent housing where everyone needs it?

BY MIKE CLARK-MADISON

Plus: $ 100 million in buses; $ 0.00 in rates

BY NICK BARBARO

City emphasizes equity as it accelerates climate action

BY AUSTIN SANDERS

BY MIKE CLARK-MADISON

A solar-powered mobility hub planned for the “transit desert”

BY LINA FISHER

UT Architecture Fellow to facilitate workshops on design for inclusion

BY LINA FISHER

The new TX 37 has a 73.8% Democratic vote share. We should be happy, right?

BY MIKE CLARK-MADISON

Former Grassroots Leadership Executive Director challenges Brigid Shea in 2022 Dem primary

BY LINA FISHER

Early voting: October 18-29

BY BETH SULLIVAN

food

Meet your beer garden friends, the Beergardigans

BY ÉRIC PUGA

All the news that thrills your taste buds

BY WAYNE ALAN BRENNER

Dinners, farmers markets, beer, wine and more for the week of September 30, 2021

BY WAYNE ALAN BRENNER

ACL Festival 2021

ACL Eats serves 200 gallons of wing sauce, 1.25 tons of queso and a notary serving Tater Tots

BY SKYE SEIPP

music

ACL Festival 2021

Two music writers justify their position on this weekend’s festival

BY TIM STEGALL AND CHRISTINA GARCIA

“Amarillo by Morning” or “Midnight Sky”? Here is a guide to decide

BY ABBY JOHNSTON

Dominican Italian singer brings diverse sound to ACL Fest on Saturday

BY CHRISTINA GARCIA

Indie-pop singer-songwriter adapts to life as a TikTok sensation

BY ALYSSA QUILES

“It’s crazy to suddenly have so much weight on what I’m saying and doing now.”

BY ALYSSA QUILES

The darling refrains of life on love and the unknown – in falsetto

BY MORGAN-TAYLOR THOMAS

“It’s kind of like a mix of pop culture, analog culture and postmodern memes.”

BY DOUG FREEMAN

Phoebe Bridgers-Approved Alternative Indie-Pop Artist Takes on Heavy Topics

BY ALYSSA QUILES

Utah rock quartet pour out frustration of suburb seasoned with surf tones

BY DOUG FREEMAN

The folk / R&B / pop singer brings pain, social criticism and – appropriately – joy

BY DOUG FREEMAN

Poetic dramatic pop songwriter with a grizzly voice

BY KEVIN CURTIN

The virtuoso singer takes the lead in the next generation Americana

BY DOUG FREEMAN

Avant-garde rap collective weaves witty songs with eye-catching visuals

BY DEREK UDENSI

House music producer / singer has the power to get you moving

BY CHRISTINA GARCIA

Fresh sounds emanating from the Lone Star State

BY KEVIN CURTIN, CHRISTINA GARCIA, RAOUL HERNANDEZ, DOUG FREEMAN AND RACHEL RASCOE

Six unique acts that will blow you away before sunset at the festival

BY KEVIN CURTIN, DOUG FREEMAN, CHRISTINA GARCIA, ALYSSA QUILES, RACHEL RASCOE AND CHAD SWIATECKI

Provide calls for vaccine cards, transparent bags, mask areas and rain

BY RACHEL RASCOE

Austin listens to the Hickoids, Beaumont, Hamell on Trial, Krayolas, Kathy McCarty and more

BY TIM STEGALL

Tiki quintet brings their “slow conga line” and excessive fog to Kinda Tropical on Thursday

BY KEVIN CURTIN

BY GREG STITT

screens

Our picks on the streaming side of celebrating the genre

BY RICHARD WHITTAKER

Movie reviews

Everyone’s favorite ghouls take the vacation route

Brutal New Zealand revenge drama asks if monsters are created or just crashes

A cop, a room, a phone call in this thriller remake

The Doctor of Christian Music sings just for the choir

Nothing sacred about it Soprano prequel

Cowboy’s Tale Takes A Bit Too Long On A Familiar Trail

Laughs are short and old in this COVID-era road trip comedy

Cannes award-winning chaotic drama is a new take on body horror

Everyone’s favorite spider-hating symbiote is back

arts & culture

Bible Translation Finds Stories Lost Between The Lines

BY RAMN RODRIGUEZ

Virtual galleries, streaming improvisation, and more

BY WAYNE ALAN BRENNER

Donation and volunteer opportunities, job postings, online fitness classes, and more

BY KATHERINE MCNEVINS

Columns

BY KIMBERLEY JONES

Travis County Commissioner Brigid Shea and Travis County Tax Assessor-Collector Bruce Elfant advocate for a clean energy program

BY BRIGID SHEA AND BRUCE ELFANT

Queer hip-hop, kinky bingo and more

BY BETH SULLIVAN

Beautiful scenery and great food in a unique outdoor music venue

BY GERALD E. MCLEOD

Would a ditch increase the value of your property?

BY LUV DOC

BY M. SMART PANTS

Your weekly horoscope from October 1 to 7

BY ROB BREZSNY

Letters to the editor, published daily

sports

Summer addition wows hometown crowd against LA Galaxy

BY ÉRIC GOODMAN

comics

BY INJURED SAM

BY TOM TOMORROW

BY JEN SORENSEN


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