Best of Austin More 1998 Critics Media Best Radio Station, In Spite Of It All: KOOP 91.7FM Best Survival Story: The Texas Observer Best Morning Show: Sara Trexler & Jen Garrison, 101X-FM Best Quick Read: 15 Minutes Best Reason To Drive To Work On Monday: "Show Toonz With Courtney" KVRX 91.7 FM Biggest Media Bandwagon: Cinema West Best Way To While Away A Saturday Morning: The Lounge Show on KOOP 91.7 Best Voice On The Radio: Maria Martin at Latino USA Best Way To Find Out The Latest With La Raza: Latino USA Best Community Newspaper: ARRIBA Newspaper Best Used Computer Salesman: Ken Gould Best Sign Of Austin Online: City of Austin Internet Services Office Best Way To Infiltrate The Media: Channel Austin Best Office Space & Commute: Solar Cart Best Night To Cook To The Radio: Monday Nights, KUT 90.5 Best Recruitment Campaign: PC Order Best Place To Get Hip To The Sounds: Ear Candy, KOOP 91.7 FM Best Value-added Customer Service: Boggy Creek Farm's E-mail Newsletter Best Place To Buy Videogames: GameFellas Best Web Site For Business Research: Hoover's Online Best Fumble Recovery: KAZI 88.7FM Best Legacy: Carole Kneeland, KVUE-24 Best Local Radio Program Not On Local Radio (again): Jim Hightower's "Chat-N-Chew Cafe" Best Place To Buy A Used Computer: Goodwill Best TV Show With No Name: Show With No Name Best Site Redesign: Ain't It Cool News Best Net Missives: Don Webb's "Letters to the Fringe" Best Secret Clubhouse: Club Pants Most Useful Fanzine: Hey, Hey, Buffet! Best Unsung High Tech She-ro: Carlean Johnson Best Techno-kids Business Idea: American Institute For Learning Best Way To Sell Widgets On The Web: WebZealots Best Online Gals Club: Disgruntled Housewife Best Clear Voice On Lone Star Affairs: John Burnett, National Public Radio Best Response To The Media Glare: The Young Plaintiffs in the Cedar Avenue Case Best Info On Latino Politics: Politico Best Overlooked Deejay: John Hauser/KOOP 91.7FM

1998 › Critics › Media

Best Bumper Sticker: This is Not a Yellow Bike

Seen on a privately owned yellow bike that apparently has been confused with those other yellow bicycles: THIS IS NOT A YELLOW BICYCLE.

Yellow Bike Project / Bikes Not Bombs
4701 Ave. H
www.mealsonwheels-austx.org/; www.yellowbike.org

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