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Gourmet Meals cookbook helps tackle space constraints
August 26, 2010
Jennifer Schaertl knows a thing or two about cooking in crappy kitchens, something many college students must deal with on a daily basis.
Satiric look at publishing offers high-brow humor
August 11, 2010
Anthony Bourdains raw passion comes through
June 29, 2010
Audiences can’t seem to get enough of Anthony Bourdain, who has built his career as a food critic around being angry, jaded and brutally honest.
Austin expansion inspires book
June 18, 2010
The city of Austin is currently experiencing a clash of two contrasting ideologies — the urge to keep the city’s eccentricity alive and the pressure to encourage economic growth.
Author examines immigrant history by looking at food
June 12, 2010
In “97 Orchard: An Edible History of Five Immigrant Families in One New York Tenement,” author Jane Ziegelman examines the history of early immigrants to America who were unable to find many of the ingredients they had grown accustomed to cooking with in their home countries.
Austin Kleon blacks out for poetic effect
June 8, 2010
Austin Kleon, a writer, cartoonist and web designer for the UT School of Law, is best known for his poetry collection “Newspaper Blackout,” which was released in April to much critical acclaim
Tom Bissell pens a defense of video games as art
June 1, 2010
One thing’s for certain about Tom Bissell: He is passionate about video games.
Student reaches for the sky with cardboard installation
April 23, 2010
Each piece of cardboard that makes up the installation “Cardboard Sky” has been hand-selected and cut into a specific shape by architecture junior Daniel Morrison, assembled by him and a group of his friends into what appears to be a giant puzzle.
Triple threat takes off on national tour
April 22, 2010
From the moment Arielle Jacobs opens her mouth to sing, she captivates audiences with her powerhouse voice — a surprisingly large sound from such a small person. Jacobs is starring in the first national tour of “In the Heights” as Nina Rosario, a bookish young girl home from her freshman year at Stanford University. The show is playing in Austin through Sunday.