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After a Fashion
Some upcoming events to keep you off the street and a little story about your Style Avatar and why he should probably stay off the streets …
"...system, we were otherwise deeply unimpressed. Highlights included a waiter who was allowed to remove our drinks from the..."

April 12, 2002 Column by Stephen MacMillan Moser

Riding the Tech Titanic
Austin looks for recovery after the dot-com bust.
"...and once-and-future mayoral prospect. "And whether you were a waiter or a flower delivery guy or an administrative assistant,..."

March 15, 2002 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Luminarias
Teatro Humanidad's production of Evelina Fernandez's play Luminarias has a hip, urban style and flair, but more importantly, it has characters who are individuals, distinct personalities who draw us into their lives with the feelings and thoughts they express.
"...of successful Anglos, falls for a Mexican, and a waiter, no less. Another friend, Lilly, whose love life has..."

Feb. 22, 2002 Arts Review by Robert Faires

Mix and Match
Don't sweat it trying to create the perfect mating of beer and food, Chronicle Food writer Wes Marshall writes in a review of North by Northwest Restaurant & Brewery. Pick a drink you like, pick a dish you like, and just enjoy them.
"...at their watch and frowning? Not at NXNW. Our waiter, Jason, was the soul of calm contentedness. He quickly..."

Feb. 15, 2002 Food Feature by Wes Marshall

Pure Beef
Some years ago, Barbara Chisholm writes, hipsters clearly informed us that Thai, Indian, Italian even -- anything but a steak house -- was cool. Not a slave to fashion, Austin Land and Cattle Company proudly flew its steak house flag. It was beefy when beefy wasn't cool.
"...the meal, was a simple declarative statement. "Spinach," the waiter said...."

Feb. 1, 2002 Food Feature by Barbara Chisholm

Changing of the Guard
"It's good food, well prepared, reasonably priced, straight up, no frills. I like it," Food Editor Virginia B. Wood reveals about young chef Shawn Cirkiel's cuisine at Jean-Luc's Bistro.
"...a rack of lamb ($24). Our polite and helpful waiter was very enthusiastic about the evening's lamb special and..."

Jan. 11, 2002 Food Feature by Virginia B. Wood

Songs for Cassavetes
"...Waiter, there's an emocore band in my soup. Yeah, I..."

Nov. 23, 2001 Screens Feature by Marc Savlov

Most Valuable Players
A Guide to Austin Stage Actors
"...Public Domain, 2000; Sam, The Soldier Dreams, STC, 1999; Waiter, Betrayal, PD, 1999; ensemble, Travels With My Aunt, Different..."

Sept. 28, 2001 Arts Feature

Liquid Assets
Libations by the Lake
"...the Austin wine scene since 1973. Starting as a waiter and "wine guy" around town, he ended up managing..."

Aug. 10, 2001 Food Column by Wes Marshall

Economics From the Bottom Up
A profile of Accion Texas, CDC, and other microlenders
"...Norwood, whose previous professional career consisted almost entirely of waiter gigs. Eugene and Claudia Conner were able to keep..."

Aug. 10, 2001 News Feature by Kevin Fullerton

Dancing About Architecture
Tosca are no Slackers, Pong bounces back, the Dicks still hate the police, and Ken Lieck finds a new journalist pal in this week's "Dancing."
"...cash of being a screenwriter, or at least a waiter at Wolfgang Puck's, beckons. So I'm moving. I will..."

July 6, 2001 Music Column by Ken Lieck

Choke: A Novel
"...if Fight Club made us forever wonder what the waiter did to our soup, Choke could forever alter our..."

June 15, 2001 Books Review by Andy Langer

Postmarks
Readers sound off on a variety of touchy subjects: politicos, abandoned kittens, even the brachiation of apes.
"...tables in Austin for years, and like almost every waiter, bartender, and restaurant supervisor in this state, I've attended..."

June 15, 2001 Column

Things They Used to Do
Dick Holland assesses two Texas journalists, Gary Cartwright and Jan Reid, whose new collections of articles possess a cautionary wisdom, the kind you acquire when you court danger and danger provides you with a keen view of what lies beyond.
"...stuffy Colonial Golf Tournament, when Cartwright, having borrowed a waiter's uniform, carried a tray of drinks to the top..."

Feb. 23, 2001 Books Feature by Dick Holland

Tandoori Junkie
Over the years Austin has absorbed (and discarded) several new Indian restaurants, most in the mode of the classic Americanized Indian dining establishment. But within the past few years, we have been fortunate enough to attract a new class of Indian restaurants. Mick Vann has compiled a guide to them.
"...breads and you have a feast. But then the waiter came over and informed us that as part of..."

Feb. 16, 2001 Food Feature by Mick Vann

Eating the New Economy
22 is elegant in that minimalist, California sort of way, Barbara Chisholm writes. The walls are gently curved and unadorned except for their warm, soothing colors of ocher and gray. At least she thinks those are the colors; the lighting is kept very low and intimate, so it's hard to be certain.
"...the large, heavy volume toward steadier light, a solicitous waiter is there with a pen flashlight to offer illumination...."

Feb. 9, 2001 Food Feature by Barbara Chisholm

On the Santa Trail
Ace reporter Jordan Smith is hot on the trail of Austin's own Santa.
"...Printing. More cameras, more wishes, and more than one waiter exhaling, "It is Santa!"..."

Dec. 22, 2000 Features Feature by Jordan Smith

New Writers of the Purple Prose
The romance field, Margraet Moser writes, is unique in its symbiosis: Most writers come from the ranks of readers and therefore understand the marriage of reader and book. The sisterhood and moral support in this almost exclusively female dominion is palpable. It is also gratifying and empowering and, in a few cases, exceedingly lucrative.
"...36. I had to be more than just a waiter with a dream of getting on a soap opera,"..."

Dec. 8, 2000 Books Feature by Margaret Moser

The Madwoman of Chaillot
The gentle spirit of playwright Jean Giradoux is reflected perfectly in Gordon Peacock's amiable and astute direction of this UT Department of Theatre & Dance production of Giradoux's The Madwoman of Chaillot.
"...Madwoman's townhouse (well-designed by Cliff Simon). There are the Waiter, the Street Singer, the Shoelace Peddler, the Sewer-man, the..."

Nov. 17, 2000 Arts Review by Robi Polgar

Day Trips
From Galveston to Cozumel on a Carnival cruise ship: food, gambling, food, and ruins.
"...on some of the other cruise ships," our head waiter said. He and his assistant became as much a..."

Oct. 27, 2000 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Chronicles
The Ninth Annual Austin Chronicle Short Story Contest
"...1999 Austin Heart of Film Screenplay Competition. A recovering waiter, Steven enjoys therapy, bourbon, and gardening...."

Sept. 29, 2000 Features Feature by Clay Smith

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.
"...lunching at The Clay Pit, where he knows the waiter. He knows the manager and the owners, too. Of..."

Sept. 8, 2000 Arts Feature by Wayne Alan Brenner

Under One Roof
Can the City Make Good on Its Affordable Housing Promise?
"...created in this town, there's also a cashier, a waiter, and a sales clerk. Putting up this tide of..."

July 28, 2000 News Feature by Kevin Fullerton

Willie Nelson's Lighthouse
Lakeside Dining 2000: Many Restaurants, Not Much Water
"...Identifying myself only as a customer, I asked the waiter if I could talk to the chef. Out walks..."

July 7, 2000 Food Feature by Wes Marshall

Dining del Lago
Lakeside Dining 2000: Many Restaurants, Not Much Water
"...the small, bright dining room overlooking the park. Our waiter was a cheery fellow right from the Slacker division..."

July 7, 2000 Food Feature by Barbara Chisholm

Cafe Spiazzo
"...time, the visit was made memorable by a personable waiter who clearly knew the menu, was eager but not..."

June 16, 2000 Food Review by Barbara Chisholm

WOMEN WHO STEAL: Crime and Fun-ishment Women Who Steal
Carter W. Lewis' play Women Who Steal is a hilarious, tightly constructed joy ride, complete with squealing tires, tequila-chugging, and Meat Loaf : yes: Meat Loaf! : blaring from the car radio, and the State Theater Company production is what good theatre is all about.
"...shotgun.) Steve Shearer appears as the various men: the waiter, the old flame, the current infatuation, the cheating husband...."

May 26, 2000 Arts Review by Wayne Alan Brenner

Telling War Stories
National Book Award winner and SWT professor Tim O'Brien is real. He's blunt. But he's also, according to Chronicle editor Sarah Hepola, responsible for her hangover.
"...like all the bars in San Marcos. When the waiter sounds the last call, Tim turns to me...."

April 28, 2000 Books Feature by Sarah Hepola

City of Great Bread
"For some time now," Virginia B. Wood writes, "I've had this fantasy about putting advertisements in selected East Coast newspapers to entice Italian immigrant or Italian-American bakers to relocate to River City and bake their wonderful breads for me. And for you, too, of course."
"...a truly captivating dessert list. I did overhear my waiter recommend the same uninspired house wine at every table..."

April 14, 2000 Food Feature by Virginia B. Wood

Tocai
"...a recent visit, I surreptitiously listened as Ty, a waiter, recommended wines to a table full of business people..."

March 24, 2000 Food Review by Wes Marshall

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