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Kwame R. Brown

Thursday, January 6, 2005; Page DZ10

Birthplace and date: Washington, D.C.; Oct. 13, 1970.

Marital status: Married.

Restaurants where constituents would most likely see Brown: Ben's Chili Bowl, Cole's Cafe or Mocha Hut. (Bill O'leary -- The Washington Post)

_____D.C. Council, In Private_____
What do city officials do, and where do they go, when they're not on duty? Their answers can be surprising.
Anthony A. Williams, Mayor
Linda W. Cropp, Council Chair
Jack Evans, Ward 2
Carol Schwartz, At-Large
David A. Catania, At-Large
Phil Mendelson, At-Large
Kwame R. Brown, At-Large
Jim Graham, Ward 1
Kathy Patterson, Ward 3
Adrian M. Fenty, Ward 4
Vincent B. Orange Sr., Ward 5
Sharon Ambrose, Ward 6
Vincent C. Gray, Ward 7
Marion Barry, Ward 8

Children: Lauren, 3; Kwame II, 1.

College: Talladega College; Morgan State University.

Celebrity I most resemble: Alfonso Ribeiro (Carlton Banks on the "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air").

My most notable characteristic or personality trait: Honesty.

I'd love to trade places for a day with: No answer given.

Nobody knows I: Hate to cook.

Favorite quote: "The test of our progress is not whether we add more to the abundance of those who have much; it is whether we provide enough for those who have too little." -- Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Best movie I've ever seen: No answer given.

Best book I've ever read: No answer given.

Car I drive: U.S. mail truck.

Favorite president: Bill Clinton.

Person in history I would most want to meet: Jesus Christ.

Most important influence in my life: My faith in God.

Impression people have of me that I would most like to change: No answer given.

Impression people have of the District that I would most like to change: It's not a family-friendly city.

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