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April 14, 2000

Volume 19, Number 33

features

  • Magnetic! Resonant!

    Wayne Alan Brenner might be the only fool alive who actually digs getting shoved into one of those terrible tubes for an MRI.

    BY WAYNE ALAN BRENNER

news

  • And They're Off!

    Council Contenders Race to the Finish
  • Historical Revision

    Rainey Neighbors Debate the Future of Their Neighborhood

    BY MIKE CLARK-MADISON

  • Naked City

    john gilvar, paul saldana and jill george are leaving their aide positions at city hall; the police oversight focus group is slated to sign its settlement on friday, alan sager won the gop party chairman's race, willie lewis holds a fundraiser.

    BY AMY SMITH

  • Council Watch

    Too Big for Our Bridges: Will Pedestrians Take Back Seat to Traffic? That's an Easy One

    BY ERICA C. BARNETT

food

  • Imperfect Alloy

    What you may miss at Gilligan's is the little epiphany that can come when the kitchen and the wine list are singing in-synch, playing off each other's strengths and idiosyncrasies, Chronicle wine critic Wes Marshall discovers.

    BY WES MARSHALL

  • City of Great Bread

    "For some time now," Virginia B. Wood writes, "I've had this fantasy about putting advertisements in selected East Coast newspapers to entice Italian immigrant or Italian-American bakers to relocate to River City and bake their wonderful breads for me. And for you, too, of course."

    BY VIRGINIA B. WOOD

  • Food-o-File

    Virginia B. Wood urges interested readers to get involved in the local chapter of Women Chefs & Restaurateurs, gives details about the Wine & Wildflower Trail, and updates readers on local restaurant news.

    BY VIRGINIA B. WOOD

  • Second Helpings: Mexican Bakeries

    Chronicle writer Greg Beets gives the lowdown on Austin's Mexican bakeries .
  • The Coffeehouse Chronicles

    Austin Java Company

    BY PABLEAUX JOHNSON

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