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    Best Thai Restaurant - Taste of Thai

    Taste of Thai is one of those restaurants whose whole is far greater than the sum of its parts. Sure, the food is wonderful, whether it's the soups, the angel wings, the roast duck curry with pineapple and tomato, the chef's special duck, the pad tha...

    on September 21, 2000
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    Best Out-of-Print Book by a Living Local Columnist - Houston: Land of the Big Rich, The Story of a Fabulous City, by George Fuermann

    After stumbling across this book on eBay, we tracked down the retired George Fuermann's phone number and called, hoping to hear some stories of his career, which spanned the better part of half a century, seven books, innumerable magazine articles an...

    on September 21, 2000
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    Best Chef's Table - Rainbow Lodge, 1 Birdsall, (713)861-8666

    Some restaurants feature a table, generally in the kitchen, where you can experience the hustle and bustle of the back room firsthand. Others feature small intimate rooms or cozy nooks for a private get-together, away from the common folk. All of thi...

    on September 21, 2000
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    Best Late-Night Spot - Mai's Restaurant

    All the bars are closed, there's no life on the streets, but you and your friends aren't ready to trundle home. Plus, you're all starving. Usually late-night fare is limited to those 24-hour egg-and-bacon places or the drive-thru lane at a fast-food ...

    on September 21, 2000
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    Best Local Song About Drivin' - "Supercop," by the Road Kings

    Front man and local homeboy Jesse Dayton says on the band's Web site that this song is "based on a real-life altercation between the Texas Highway Patrol and a kid with a hot-rod Ford and a little too much to drink." But you gotta believe Dayton's cr...

    on September 21, 2000
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    Best Latin Grill - Elvia's Latin Grill and Bar

    At this time last year, Charles Clark was making an impressive name for himself as head chef at Tasca Kitchen and Wine Bar. These days Clark heads up the kitchen at the new downtown Elvia's, where he proves he is a master of many culinary disciplines...

    on September 21, 2000
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    Best Impersonations on the Radio - Lance Zierlien, KILT/610 AM

    With his partner, John Granado, Zierlien is co-host of The Bench, heard on KILT from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. each weekday. When it comes to a sports background, Zierlien was raised right. His dad was offensive line coach for years with Bill Yeoman at the U...

    on September 21, 2000
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    Best Neighborhood Spot in West University - Edloe St. Cafe & Deli, 6119 Edloe, (713)666-4302

    With its rows of tract mansions and commercial urban sprawl, it's easy to forget about West U's quaint town square. Anchored by the Little League field and surrounded by the school, the grocery store, the library and the courthouse is the Edloe St. C...

    on September 21, 2000
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    Best Hairdresser - Kevin Roberts, On the Cover

    A woman we know has followed this man to five different salons over six years. Together they traveled from long, mousy, dishwater-blond high school hair through short and red, short and dark brown, and really short and platinum (the experimental coll...

    on September 21, 2000
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    Letters 09-21-2000 - Listen to the Music, Still Fuming, Building Bonds

    Listen to the Music Director's cut: Bravo, Houston Press! At least one Houston newspaper realizes that the Houston Symphony deserves a cover story ["Can the Band Play On?" by Marene Gustin, September 7]. The orchestra is important not only to the co...

    on September 21, 2000
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    Best Theater Season - Alley Theatre

    The Alley's artistic director, Gregory Boyd, is eclectic and gutsy and sometimes simply wicked. But most of all, the man is smart. Since he was appointed head honcho at Houston's richest theater in late 1988, he has brought home a Tony and taken to B...

    on September 21, 2000
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    Best (Pile of) Junk - 300 block of West 19th Street

    From beyond the corrugated tin walls, copper light posts topped with bulbous white globes protrude, and wilted chandeliers lie on top of the impossibly piled pile of junk. Sandwiched between La Maison and Value Village in the Heights, this nameless j...

    on September 21, 2000
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    Best Designer - Devlin Browning, Infernal Bridegroom Productions

    Jason Nodler's Infernal Bridegroom Productions is still the most innovative and exciting theater company in town. A lot of its success goes to the inspired designers Nodler has been able to coerce into coming on board. Such is the case with his delic...

    on September 21, 2000
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    Best Restaurant in the Tunnels - Panini

    If you think good tunnel food is an impossibility, and if you think the only stuff you can find down there is doled out by chain fast-food eateries, stop by Panini for a pleasant lunchtime surprise. Homemade soups. Freshly baked pizzas. Wonderful sal...

    on September 21, 2000
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    Best Choreographer - Trey McIntyre

    Trey McIntyre is a modern dancemaker whose ideas are as evocative as the movements that express them. His White Noise dealt with a fear of death; Speak pitted soft ballet against violent rap; and Aliss in Wonderland cast the storybook characters in m...

    on September 21, 2000
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    Best Radio Station - KTRU/91.7 FM

    Selecting Houston's best supplier of over-the-airwaves music can seem like an exercise in picking the lesser evil. Between corporate-held stations controlled by focus groups and a public station run by a general manager who seems intent on destroying...

    on September 21, 2000
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    Best One-Man Show - Rob Nash

    Writer/actor Rob Nash has lots of fans. No wonder. His one-man shows, including Junior Blues and Senioritis, which ran this year at the Bienvenue Theater, are pure theatrical magic. Built around his teenage years at Houston's own Strake Jesuit high s...

    on September 21, 2000
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    Best Cajun Restaurant - Floyd's Cajun Kitchen

    The low-slung white building with its spreading porch housing Floyd's Cajun Kitchen almost looks like a home you might find in South Louisiana. Inside, the aromas of food definitely put you in Cajun Country. The five-page menu covers everything from ...

    on September 21, 2000
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    Best New Theater - Ashland Street Theatre Co.,

    Even the surroundings are theatrical -- sort of. When you drive up to Ashland Street Theatre Co., the first thing you see is the factory at the end of the street. Huge and metallic and glowing in the shadowy darkness, the ominous building looks like ...

    on September 21, 2000
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    Best Restaurant for Lunch - Ouisie's Table

    Many will say this category is too broad. Do we mean best power lunch? Best place for ladies who lunch? Best place for a quick bite -- alone? How about all of the above? No longer a tiny cafe in an old house, Ouisie's has moved to more upscale digs, ...

    on September 21, 2000
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