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Nouvelle Cafe
Chronicle Cuisines writer Rebecca Chastenet de Géry finds something unexpected in Granite Cafe's latest incarnation.
"...Because I often travel with children in tow these days, children's plates matter to me. The Granite Cafe's children's..."

Sept. 22, 2000 Food Feature

Arts & Entertainment
"...lack of originality in the local electronica scene these days, promoter Brent Bruning received a dream one night in..."

Sept. 15, 2000 Best of Austin Feature

Politics
"...those issues and other worthwhile causes until his final days in office. He never sought glory for his accomplishments,..."

Sept. 15, 2000 Best of Austin Feature

Coach's Corner
The UT Longhorns have two very good quarterbacks, but it's a lie to say they're both starters. And in tennis, Venus and Serena Williams are making it look so easy, people may not recognize just what unique talents they really are.
"...1 and 2 players in the world on consecutive days, on the road to her first U.S. Open title,..."

Sept. 15, 2000 Column by Andy "Coach" Cotton

Life's Enriched Pageant
Good design, like good air, helps you breathe a little easier, and here are a few Austinites who are helping us all breathe easier through their work as graphic designers.
"...These days, English is hard at work in his studio on..."

Sept. 8, 2000 Arts Feature by Wayne Alan Brenner

Postmarks
Yoga and Starbucks. Karaoke and republicans. Squirrel rifles and Al Gore. Together for the first time in this week's letters to the editor!
"...(thanks) for talking me back to my old Austin days! (Can't remember; did we have streetcar named Austin?)..."

Sept. 8, 2000 Column

Day Trips
Sleep and shop 19th-century style at the Comfort Common Bed and Breakfast in Comfort, TX.
"...Common Bed & Breakfast is anything but plain or ordinary. The fanciest hotel in Comfort when it opened in..."

Sept. 1, 2000 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Postmarks
I never thought the letters in "Postmarks Forum" were real until this happened to me ...
"...4). Texans have a hard enough time committing to ordinary tabbies, let alone tigers. Regarding the breeders who were..."

Aug. 11, 2000 Column

Hot Sweltering Summer Sex Vignettes
Brenner contemplates the going and coming of oral gratification.
"...father'd been "meaning to fix up one of these days," listening to weird compilation tapes on the camper's old..."

Aug. 11, 2000 Features Feature by Wayne Alan Brenner

Postmarks
Recent coverage of light rail and of access-TV personality Alex Jones pushes readers' buttons this week.
"...of extinguishing oil well fires in hours rather than days...."

July 28, 2000 Column

Eating Between the Lines
Summer Reading, Culinarily Speaking
"...that are churned out at an alarming rate these days, this collection gives a much-needed lesson on what makes..."

June 2, 2000 Food Feature by Barbara Chisholm

Confessions of a Cowboy
Working a cattle drive in Texas in the 1870s probably wasn't like what you imagine; ask Frank Harris -- he was there and he knows.
"...herd of 1,500 longhorn cattle they had rustled several days before from a large hacienda in Mexico. A few..."

May 26, 2000 Books Feature by James C. Simmons

Day Trips
Mineral Wells, Texas: "Where America Drinks Its Way to Health."
"...the water. He sold an eye-bath solution in the days before contact lenses. Dismukes' Pronto-lax had many of the..."

May 26, 2000 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

TV Eye
Television shows are using direct addresses to the audience more and more. What hath Ferris Bueller wrought? Also, say goodbye to Boy Meets World and, quite possibly, Sports Night.
"...sporting events. There's something about the size of an ordinary television, a relative peephole to the rest of the..."

May 5, 2000 Screens Column by Belinda Acosta

Postmarks
"...seekers, and leaders in solidarity with the needs of ordinary people everywhere."..."

April 14, 2000 Column

Viva la Revolution!
Installation art may be notoriously hard to define, but its role in art history isn't. It helped change the way we look at art, and the Blanton Museum of Art's survey of three decades of installation art, "Blurring the Boundaries," provides a window on the revolution.
"...into his campus locker and remained there for seven days? If your answer is Chris Burden, then you know..."

March 17, 2000 Arts Feature by Ben Willcott

More Flava Than Juicy Fruit
Wednesday Night SXSW Picks & Sleepers
"...NYC, Kranz's debut album has been out, literally, only days (really, it's not available at night). Kidding. Released the..."

March 10, 2000 Music Feature by Andy Langer

Beating Around the Bush
When Zack Exley built his parody site of George W. Bush, he expected a simple call : he got a whole lot more.
"...attack it did make me nervous for a few days, but when the dust settled I realized I wasn't..."

March 3, 2000 Screens Feature by Ron Deutsch

Melissa Sconyers
Face of the Future?
"...the face of Austin's high-tech future, or just an ordinary kid living an extraordinary life?..."

March 3, 2000 Screens Feature by Erica C. Barnett

Postmarks
Readers react to last week's cover story on the murder of Lauryn Paige Fuller.
"...am employed. I am referring of course to the extraordinary ad by Mojo's that was run in your Vol...."

Feb. 25, 2000 Column

Show and Tell
Spring Previews 2000
"...adults who've been patiently waiting their turn; and the holidays are reserved for the movies most likely to generate..."

Feb. 25, 2000 Screens Feature by Marjorie Baumgarten

A Place of Her Own
In her two short story collections, Lasting Attachments and Crossing Shattuck Bridge, Annette Sanford can be laugh-out-loud funny, poignant, and tragic, sometimes in the same breath. But she couldn't do it if she lived in the city. The country is indelibly her metier.
"...was published and revealed, all over again, what the ordinary people have to say if you just listen. If..."

Feb. 4, 2000 Books Feature by Clay Smith

Naked City
The Waiting Game
"...other provisions, sent the neighbors back for 30 more days of negotiations with Hyde Park Baptist Church, giving both..."

Feb. 4, 2000 News Feature by Erica C. Barnett

The Flaming Idiots: Agog and A-Giggle
Robert Faires gets a kick from the Flaming Idiots at the Zachary Scott Theatre Center.
"...comic commentary from Gyro and his partners, this otherwise ordinary kitchen activity becomes high entertainment indeed...."

Dec. 31, 1999 Arts Review by Robert Faires

Day Trips
Send your favorite daytripper or daytripper-to-be on a photographic journey through Austin or a uniquely Texan greasy-spoon odyssey.
"...Murals, art, Armstrong, architecture, people, places, the ordinary, the unusual, farms, sculptures, animals, plants, and much more..."

Dec. 17, 1999 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

No Ordinary Folk
Producer Fred Miller remembers the making of this antiwar documentary, which focuses on the music of folk legends Peter, Paul & Mary.
"...We started that night in San Antonio -- two days after we'd first met. We filmed a PP&M concert..."

Dec. 3, 1999 Screens Feature by Anne S. Lewis

Naked City
Online Day Care: The Whole World Is Watching
"...spongy white beard. This morning was one of those days (temper tantrums, tearful goodbyes), but for her, that fiasco..."

Nov. 5, 1999 News Feature by Sarah Hepola

Letters at 3AM
What does this so-called "boom" mean to most Americans?
"...has the industrial world's largest gap between rich and ordinary citizens. Note: This isn't the largest gap between "rich..."

Oct. 29, 1999 Column by Michael Ventura

Money to Burn
John Cornyn tries to keep tobacco case lawyers from reaping all of the financial benefits.
"...-- things they could not have done in an ordinary personal injury-type claim...."

Oct. 22, 1999 News Feature by Robert Bryce

Kids
"...There it is like a relic from days gone by, shining in the sun just beckoning all..."

Sept. 24, 1999 Best of Austin Feature

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