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The 2012 Houston Press Best of Houston® Ballot Is Live: Go Vote!

Always a city with muscle, Houston gets stronger by the day -- hence the theme of this year's Houston Press Best of Houston® edition: Growth and Regrowth. That's not news to us, but it is to some. The city that used to feel like our little secret seems to be getting more and more national recognition.

But you've known all about it for a while, haven't you? You know where to find the city's juiciest burger, shiniest car wash, loveliest art gallery, and the bar with the best jukebox.

So share your Houston-centric wisdom by voting for your favorites in our Reader's Choice poll. The ballot went live today. We'll publish the results in our biggest issue of the year, coming out September 27.


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