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Best of Houston 2014: One Week to Go Before This Year's BOH and Readers' Choice Awards

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Next week, the results of our annual search for all things "best" in Houston will be revealed in the October 9 edition of the Houston Press.

We've munched burgers across the city, gone to all sorts of sporting events, and checked out promises big and small from politicians and officials.

In addition, we have your votes in our Readers' Choice 100 categories (99 items plus the one we forgot) to look forward to.

There's a lot to celebrate in Houston so we urge you to join us when we do just that next week.

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