Best of Austin More 2011 Critics Media Best Aural Quest: 'Adventures in Sound,' KOOP 91.7FM Best Hunt for a Good Read: Mike Leggett, 'Austin American-Statesman' Most Gaybiquitous: Chase Martin Best Eye on Design: Public School Most Tech-Savvy Party Starter: Hurricane Party Best Kaiju King: Matt Frank Best Content-Rich Venue Website Update: The Hideout Best Reportorial Use of Twitter: Steven Kreytak, 'Austin American-Statesman' Best One-Man Media Outlet: Chase Martin - therepubliq.com Best HomeGrown Home Shopping Host: L.A. Brown, the Liquidation Channel Best Listen to Your Mother: Library of Maternal Nagging

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Best Virtual Veggies: TIE: VegAustin; Vegetarian Network of Austin

Here are two good resources for those interested in vegan and vegetarian lifestyles. VegAustin.com is a complete source for information on restaurants, groceries, catering companies, and bakeries, plus events and other resources of interest to the ATX vegetarian and vegan communities. It includes links to articles and reviews, vegan-friendly doctors, and local action groups. One such group, the Vegetarian Network of Austin, offers a variety of services through its own website, where you'll find information on membership, a calendar of events, and public education and awareness on vegetarianism.

VegAustin.com

www.vegaustin.com

VegNetAustin.com

www.vegnetaustin.org

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