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She is wearing the Le New Big Pocket Tank and Teeny Terry Short. SMARTY PANTS 95 CLASSIFIEDS 101 COMMON LAW 102 FREE WILL ASTROLOGY EDITOR Louis Black ARTS Robert Faires NEWS Michael King ASST. Early voting ends May 25 (election day is May 29), and as of Tuesday, all of 1.6% of registered Travis County voters 9,698 citizens - had voted in the Democratic primary. Lloyd Doggett - whose new District 35 now runs from Eastern Travis through Hays and Caldwell down 1-35 to San Antonio - to tell me bluntly on Tuesday, “If we can’t get more people out to vote, I’m not going back to Washington.To learn more about our company, to shop online, and to find all store locations, visit our web site. NEWS EDITOR Monica Riese SCREENS, BOOKS Kimberley Jones ONLINE EDITOR Mark Fagan COMMUNITY LISTINGS James Renovitch SENIOR EDITORS FILM Marjorie Baumgarten MUSIC Raoul Hernandez NEWS MANAGING EDITOR Amy Smith FOOD Virginia B. Steinberg LETTERS AT 3AM Michael Ventura LITERA Ric Williams PLAYBACK Kevin Curtin PRODUCTION CREATIVE DIRECTOR Jason Stout PRODUCTION MANAGER Chris Linnen WEB DIRECTOR Brian Barry ASST. (The GOP is at 1.75%, still nothing to brag about.) Hays County is report- edly worse, prompting longtime Democratic U. If we can’t get more people out to Seventh Street [his cam- paign office] to volunteer to get out the vote, I won’t be going back to Washington.” There are plenty of explanations for the low turnout, most prominently the radical BY MICHAEL h OINf JUSTIN, KING redistricting imposed by the Republican- dominated Legislature, the consequent lengthy postponement of the primaries, culminating in the near-collision and conse- quent public confusion of the May 12, City Council election with the May 14, opening of early voting in the primaries. of Elizabeth St.) Phone: (512) 441-1400 Round Rock Round Rock Premium Outlets (Next to Ann Taylor) Phone: (512) 869-5738 Text AA STORE zip code to 23000 to find American Apparel locations nearest you. ; City Panel to Hear More on Yogurt Shop Murders; and More POINT AUSTIN BY MICHAEL KING 23 THE HIGHTOWER REPORT BY JIM HIGHTOWER 24 TRYING TO FIX THE WORLD Five-year review of APD Chief Art Acevedo BY JORDAN SMITH ARTS 39 Studio Visit: School’s Out for One Artist, and the Critics Table Names Its Award Nominees for the 20th Time 40 EXHIBITIONISM Now Now Oh Now , Accidental Death of an Anarchist , Bom Yesterday, Twelfth Night, ’’Row Home,” and “Blood, Sweat, & Mostly Tears” 43 AFTER A FASHION BY STEPHEN MACMILLAN MOSER FOOD 45 Rainey Street Bars; Meal Times: May 25-June 1; and Food-o-File 46 THE GHOST OF DEVELOPERS PAST: 128 years of Rainey Street BY RACHEL FEIT THE FORCE BEHIND RAINEY’S RENAISSANCE: An Interview with Bridget Dunlap BY CLAUDIA ALARCON 48 RAINEY STREET BITES SCREENS 50 Richard Hell and a Film Noir Double Feature; and In Print: ‘Tashlinesque’ 52 THE SECOND FIDDLE TAKES A BOW Scene stealers at the Paramount Summer Classic Film Series The elements of Summer Fun: Air, Fire, Water, and Earth, p.30 MUSIC 55 PLAYBACK “Good Day Austin” anchor Joe Bickett exits, while the Scottish Rite Theatre, the Good Music Club, and Spider House reintro- duce themselves BY KEVIN CURTIN 56 TRAMPIA Cruising the Eastside with former gangbanger turned Latin hip-hop soul- man Trampia Guzman BY MARGARET MOSER 58 VINYL PLATTERS All vinyl, all local (mostly): Gary Clark Jr. City Council was scheduled to consider the matter today (May 24), but it may be postponed.
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CONSTABLE, PRECINCT 2: PAUL LABUDA While we feel ourselves turning to the less- er of three evils, Labuda is the only candidate in the race not tainted by questionable back- ground or policy positions. MOBILE VOTING THURSDAY, MAY 24 Sam Houston Building, 201 E. Courthouse, 1000 Guadalupe, 8am-5pm Austin City Hall, 301 W.
CONSTABLE, PRECINCT 1: DANNY THOMAS Longtime and competent public official Thomas has earned another term.
The Transportation Department revealed the latest vision for urban rail to council’s Tuesday work session, describing a central core phase one (Mueller to UT to Capitol to Convention Cen- ter) that would cost 0 million (split between local and federal funding) and be operational by 2021.
Council announced that the swearing in of the four re-elected incumbents will take place at 6pm June 25. The Citizens Bond Advisory Task Force com- pleted its major work, drafting proposed project packages of 0 million and 5 million for council review.