Best of Austin More 2006 Critics Politics & Personalities Best New and Potentially Sexy Zoning Ordinance in Austin: Anti-McMansion Ordinance (No. 20060309-058) Best New Orleans Import: Big Chief Kevin Goodman & the Flaming Arrows Best Champion for Her People: Heather Godwin at Texas RioGrande Legal Aid Most Jubilant Unification Through Song: David Chapel Missionary Baptist Church Choir Best Consumer Protector: Office of the Attorney General's Consumer Protection Division Best Place to Protest a KKK rally: South First Street Bridge Near City Hall Best BoA Homage to the Dearly Departed: BoA 1998: Best Celebrity Hairdo | Clifford Antone Best Place to Protest a KKK Rally: Drake Bridge (South First) Best Bus Driver, Again: Arthur Murillo Most Dedicated Fundraiser for the GLBT Community: Lew Aldridge Best Bartender and Community Servant: Steve Higginbotham at Oilcan Harry's Most Influential Arts Patron: Anne Elizabeth Wynn Best Faces in New Places: Mike Martinez, Sheryl Cole Best Death Row Documentary: Ryan Polomski and Frank Bustoz's 'State vs. Reed' Best Post-Council Crusade: Raul Alvarez on Behalf of Escuelita del Alma Best Entertainment Attorney: Mike Tolleson Best AIDS NGO Stalwarts: TIE: ASA's Dining for Life, Project Transition's Top Drawer Thrift Store Best Blues Man: Clifford Antone Best Straight People: Atticus Circle Best Card-Carrying Canaries in the Political Coal Mine: ACLU of Texas Best Post-Katrina-Evacuee Service Providers: Austin's Social Services Net Best New Coalition of the Willing: True Blue Travis Best Barely Legal Statewide Queer People of Color Group: ALLGO Best Man to Turn to at 2am: Peter the Cabbie Best New Out Reach Efforts: HRC's Tuesdays Together Best Man on a Mission: Cliff Redd, Executive Director of the Long Center for the Performing Arts

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Best Fast-Food Superstar: Junior (aka the Wendy's Guy)

Junior, well-known on the UT campus as the "Wendy's Guy," has been making fast food a literal thing since he's been working at the Wendy's in the Texas Union. He's so charming, hardworking, and hilarious that he was actually recruited by a Wendy's franchise owner more than eight years ago. Junior does the work of 20 men, taking orders from every customer in line and then running back to the kitchen to help make all the food. We get tired just watching him, but we also can't get enough.

Junior Wendy's guy
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