For the past few years you've voted UT number one ISP. That's all well and good if you have access. This year, Illuminati tied with UT for first, with respectable showings from Realtime and Eden Matrix.
So what if Ivins likes her pork political and Kelso likes his barbecued? They're both damn funny and honest-to-God Texans every (column-)inch of the way.
It was a close call, but the Statesman's columnist also takes it for features, as the Chronicle's Andy Langer, Michael Ventura, and XL's Joe O'Connell tie for second.
There is no cow too sacred for this hardboiled journalist. Bryce's solid reporting and bulldog nature have brought readers continous coverage of Freeport-McMoRan, particularly human rights issues in Indonesia, as well as of the foibles of UT and its luxurious skyboxes, of the legislators' most powerful lobbyists, and of Lt. Gov. Bob Bullock. All this and a bi-monthly environmental column in the Chronicle to boot.
After years of sneaking down to Threadgill's for a furtive listen, you can finally hear this radio visionary in the privacy of your own home on KNEZ, 1530 AM, Monday thru Friday, 11am-1pm.
This second-time winner celebrates a two-year anniversary and covers topics that run the gamut from Scientology to politics. Look for it midnight or 12:30am on various nights of the week.
The brilliant, valiant efforts of Sue Beckwith and crew made this a banner year for public access to the ether despite the free speech controversy incited by the Library's use of Cyber Patrol.
It's almost a complete sweep for Wallingford, but in this category, they tie with Way 2 Cheap. Dell and CompUSA make honorable showings as runners-up.
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Fox's well-spoken 5 o'clock anchor gets the nod.
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