Archives – October 28, 2022 issue

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Features

A helpless clown is still a clown in our book

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Our picks for national and local races

BY THE NEWS TEAM

Eight candidates are vying for Austin’s most powerful YIMBYs and NIMBYs

BY AUSTIN SANDERS

Do you have a problem with our endorsements? This is not news! Here’s some of what we heard.

BY MIKE CLARK-MADISON

Plus the return of the Austintatious Artists

BY NICK BARBARO

Get your vote in this week’s election ticker

BY THE NEWS TEAM

Candidates talk climate, cops and city workers

BY AUSTIN SANDERS

Nashville, Dallas/Ft. Worth, and Atlanta in the lead

BY MIKE CLARK-MADISON

Wading through muddy waters

BY LINA FISHER

Keep green machines green

BY MADI DONHAM

Skaters and cyclists christened the concrete at Mueller Southeast Greenway Park

BY ALI JUELL

food

Expensive Disappearing Dishes

Eldorado owner Joel Fried revives dearly departed dishes

BY MELANIE HAUPT

Few restaurants have had such a significant impact on Austin’s food and music scenes as Threadgill’s.

BY Joel Fried

Recreate the signature dish of the beloved burger chain

BY Joel Fried

Home to the $1 chicken fried steak and very rowdy clientele

BY Joel Fried

The downtown spot where musicians, politicians, bankers, office workers and regular Joes have all called home

BY Joel Fried

Dodge ghosts and create delicious desserts

BY Joel Fried

All the news that thrills your taste buds

BY WAYNE ALAN BRENNER

Dinners, farmers markets, beer, wine and more for the week of October 27, 2022

BY WAYNE ALAN BRENNER

music

Mismanagement Behind Processing Warehouse Harms Music Customers

BY CARYS ANDERSON

Austin’s music news headlines of the week

BY RACHEL RASCOE, KEVIN CURTIN, HANK ERWIN AND ROBERT PENSON

Dayglow, Sunny Sweeney, Chucky Blk, Alexi 8bit and other local sounds worth your time

BY KRISS CONKLIN, RAOUL HERNANDEZ, JULIAN TOWERS, KRISS CONKLIN, MICHAEL TOLAND AND MARS SALAZAR

A few festivals, a handful of Halloween shows, and more live music to see

BY DOUG FREEMAN, RACHEL RASCOE, ABBY JOHNSTON, TIM STEGALL AND CHRISTINA GARCIA

BY DEREK UDENSI

screens

We (still) love video

BY MATTHEW MONAGLE

Writer/director Martin McDonagh and star Kerry Condon on creating the isolated world of their new movie

BY RICHARD WHITTAKER

This year’s Writers’ Conference panel picks

BY RICHARD WHITTAKER

movie reviews

The In Brugge the team reunites for an awesome story of friendship gone wrong

The Rock joins the DC Universe as a shadowy version of Superman

Timely But Lighthearted Abortion Drama Doesn’t Live Up To The Subject’s Pressing Needs

Vietnamese action comedy about a hitman whose life is turned upside down

The decision to embrace death becomes a touching affirmation of life

Andrea Riseborough remains unmissable in this wild, weird and divisive 1950s fantasy

The Last Exorcism director returns to hunt demons

Archeology meets action in this Hindi thriller

Hindi comedy as a big-headed real estate agent gets divine attention

art & culture

Modern Mexican folktale rallies against the things that jostle in the night

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

Although the government has tried to silence the people of Iran by shutting down the internet and cracking down on protesters, we can use our collective global voice to speak out

BY MAHSA MONSHIZADEGAN

So much to do as a Halloween-loving gay man, so little time to seek out the dark forces and join their hellish crusade

BY JAMES SCOTT

The artist finds his paintings and subjects all around Port Aransas

BY GERALD E. MCLEOD

Also, hats off to the humiliation too

BY THE LUV DOC

BY MR. SMART PANTS

Your weekly horoscope, October 28 – November 3

BY ROB BREZSNY

Letters to the editor, published daily

sports

The Greens and Blacks are two wins away from the MLS Cup

BY ERIC GOODMAN

comics

BY SAM HURT

BY TOM TOMORROW

BY JEN SORENSEN

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