Monday evening, with seven men from the Los Angeles area, including Venice, among the 31 bachelors courting Rachel Lindsay, the first African-American in the lead role on an ABC dating series. Lindsay is a year-old attorney from Dallas who finished third in the season of "The Bachelor. Robert Mills, ABC's senior vice president, alternative series, specials and late night, described Lindsay as "an accomplished, confident and beautiful woman who knows what she wants in life," when the network announced on Feb. The season will include husband and wife actors Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis judging the men's performances in what is described as a "husband material obstacle course" and NBA career scoring leader Kareem Abdul-Jabbar putting 10 of the men through several basketball drills before revealing that they will need to play in front of a huge crowd. All 12 previous seasons of "The Bachelor" have ended with the man proposing, with three marriages resulting.
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The Texas Chili Parlor is a neighborhood bar without a neighborhood. But it was still depressing, seeing my father shot every time I came to work. For seven years Rachel was a waitress at the Chili Parlor while she put herself through nursing school. I asked Rachel how many people in the bar knew who she was. The late-night air had become a distinctive Texas medley of cigarette smoke and day-old chili fumes. Stevie Ray Vaughan was turned up loud on the radio. In a bar filed with pretty women, Rachel was striking enough to turn heads.
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