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Texas Royal Chef Weighs in on Film’s Portrayal of Princess Diana

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Hollywood’s been royally fawning over Kristen Stewart’s portrayal of Princess Diana — and just about everything else about the new movie Spencer — while the Twitterverse and some critics haven’t been as impressed (this reviewer called it “absurd”). Did Stewart get the princess’ voice right? Did the director take too many liberties with the truth about her eating disorder or her marriage? Was the queen’s house really that cold? (And the queen herself, for that…

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4 Austinites Join Elon Musk Among World’s Richest, Plus More Stories

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Editor’s note: It’s that time again — time to check in with our top stories. Here are five articles that captured our collective attention over the past seven days. 1. 4 Austin billionaires join Elon Musk on Forbes’ world’s richest list. Forbes’ list of the world’s richest people puts newly minted Texan Elon Musk at No. 1 — and these Austinites join him in the top 1,000. 2. Buc-ee’s art installation mysteriously appears in West…

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Willie Nelson’s Legendary 4th of July Picnic Heads to Hot Austin Venue

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Willie’s picnic is back, y’all. After a pandemic hiatus, the Texas summer tradition returns to Austin — at an all-new location. Willie Nelson’s 4th of July Picnic and Fireworks will take over Austin’s new Q2 Stadium on July 4, 2022. So far, the star-studded lineup of outlaw country and Americana artists includes Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit, Tyler Childers, Brothers Osborne, Midland, Charley Crockett, Allison Russell, Particle Kid, Steve Earle & the Dukes, and…

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Fiery Benedict Cumberbatch Can’t Save Nonsensical the Power of the Dog

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The reputation a filmmaker earns on an acclaimed film can last a long time. Jane Campion won an Oscar for writing 1993’s The Piano, an award that has kept her name golden among cinephiles even though she’s only made four narrative feature films (three of which she wrote) in the nearly 30 years since. After taking a detour into TV in the 2010s, she’s back with her first film in 12 years, The Power of…

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