SCOTT CREWS

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WHO: Ex­ec­u­tive di­rec­tor of Texas 4000 for Can­cer (texas4000.org). KEEP IT CA­SUAL: “I love great food and ca­sual din­ing, so I of­ten hit Jack Allen’s Kitchen (7720 Hwy. 71 W., 512-852-8558; jack­allen­skitchen.com). If you haven’t had Sun­day Brunch there, you’re miss­ing out.” REAL HOT SPOT: “Ev­ery­one knows if we’re meet­ing over cof­fee, I’m go­ing to sug­gest that we meet at Cenote (1010 E. Ce­sar Chavez St., 512-524-1311; cenoteaustin.com) on the East Side! The café mocha is my drink of choice.” HOLD­ING COURT: “Pub­lic parks and recre­ational spa­ces are so im­por­tant. I play ten­nis at South Austin Ten­nis Cen­ter (1000 Cum­ber­land Rd., 512-442-1466; ripp­n­erten­nis.com). I call it my home court—they have a great ten­nis fa­cil­ity, recre­ation cen­ter, and park.” PHE­NOM FUNDRAISER: “Sup­port­ing the fight against can­cer is some­thing I be­lieve in strongly. There isn’t a bet­ter, more mov­ing way to sup­port the cause than at­tend­ing Texas 4000 for Can­cer’s Trib­ute Gala (texas4000.org/event/trib­ute-gala) on Au­gust 25.” CON­CERT NIR­VANA: “It doesn’t mat­ter who is play­ing—if they are per­form­ing at ACL Live at Moody The­ater (310 W. Wil­lie Nel­son Blvd., 512-225-7999; acl-live.com), I’m in. It’s a great mu­sic venue. Ev­ery per­for­mance I’ve seen there has been phe­nom­e­nal.”

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