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Homaro Cantu's Moto-Vation
Documentary charts a dazzling chef's tragic end
Screens Story  March 10, 2016, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Sure, but turn your attention toward Chicago for a moment, cineaste. The Chicago of several years past, specifically, when Homaro "Omar" Cantu's Moto restaurant was tearing the country a new, um, alimentary canal with its experimental forays into molecular gastronomy and that whole chef-as-mad-scientist scene that Ferran Adrià had kicked off in Spain's ElBulli...."

SXSW Film Announces Features Lineup
Competitive narratives and docs unveiled, plus more
DAILY Screens  February 2, 2016, by Josh Kupecki
"...Insatiable: The Homaro Cantu Story Director: Brett A. Schwartz Chef and inventor Homaro Cantu helped put Chicago on the culinary map and wanted to change the world..."

Off the Record
Snapshots from Free Week on Red River
Music Column  January 14, 2011, by Austin Powell
"...Extreme Heat drummer Eddie Cantu is in intensive care at University Medical Center Brackenridge after suffering an atrial fibrillation onstage at Antone's, the Statesman reports...."

'Juiced': The Deacon's Master Plan
DAILY Sports  December 13, 2006, by Christopher Gray
"...The only player out of position is Brandon Backe, who starred as a pitcher and position player at Galveston Ball High School. This list wouldn't be complete without him. OF: Carl Crawford, Tampa Bay (Houston) OF: Craig Monroe, Detroit (Texarkana) OF: Ryan Langerhans, Atlanta (San Antonio) OF: Scott Podsednik, Chicago White Sox (West) OF: Laynce Nix, Milwaukee (Houston) 1B: Lance Berkman, Houston (New Braunfels) 2B: Brandon Backe, Houston (Galveston) 3B: Jorge Cantu, Tampa Bay (McAllen) SS: Omar Quintanilla, Colorado (El Paso) C: Jason LaRue, Cincinnati (Houston) DH: Adam Dunn, Cincinnati (Houston) UI: Ben Broussard, Cleveland (Beaumont) SP: Scott Kazmir, Tampa Bay (Houston) SP: Josh Beckett, Boston (Houston) SP: Zach Duke, Pittsburgh (Waco) SP: Jason Jennings, Houston (Dallas) SP: Woody Williams, Houston (Houston) RP: Matt Belisle, Cincinnati (Austin) RP: Mike Stanton, San Francisco (Houston) RP: Mike Timlin, Boston (Midland) RP: Arthur Rhodes, Philadelphia (Waco) RP: Joe Nathan, Minnesota (Houston) CP: Huston Street, Oakland (Austin) Manager: Grady Little, Los Angeles Dodgers (Abilene) Pitching Coach: Nolan Ryan (Refugio) Hitting Coach: Don Baylor (Austin) Bench Coach: Frank Robinson (Beaumont) First Base Coach: Mike Hargrove (Perryton) Third Base Coach: Cito Gaston (San Antonio) Now that team ought to be able to win a couple of ballgames..."

Dancing About Architecture
The Party Never Stops!
Music Column  April 3, 1998, by Ken Lieck
"...Another name for the heavenly guest-list is Conjunto Hall of Fame accordionist Camilo Cantu, who passed away March 3......"

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