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Copy cat on prowl in real world

December 6, 2013

In scary movies, basements are usually places where people end up dying. But the cold and often sunless basement of The Daily Texan has always been a place of life and laughter — albeit with frequent...

Throwback Thursday: A history of ghost-busting donkeys and one-way blockades

October 31, 2013

Ghosts, donkeys and one-way blockades are just snippets of the scenes a night-time reveler might have stumbled across on Halloweens of the recent and distant past.  While Halloween in Austin has...


Daily Texan writer advocates jazz as legitimate music genre in the 1940s

October 3, 2013

For many people, especially residents of the “Live Music Capital of the World,” jazz music is a familiar, and often welcomed, sound. On the streets of downtown Austin, one is sure to hear the...