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2012 Best of the Triangle

Survey ended April 15 at 11:59 PM.

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Vote for your favorite businesses, people, locations, and more in these 7 major categories - Wine & Dine, Music & Clubs, Out & About, Goods, Services, Media and our Comment section.

The Comments box is at the end of the survey. It's not required, but if you'd like, tell us some details about a couple of your favorite picks. We'll print some of these comments in the June 13th edition, which follows our Best of the Triangle issue on June 6th.

Keep your ear to the ground for news about our big Best of the Triangle party in June.

The polls close April 15th.




2011 Highlights video:


Video: Ben Berry, Music: The Old Ceremony, Second Camera: Ian Galdy

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by George Farthing on Raleigh Elections May Turn on Whether the City’s 19 CACs Can Really Represent 460,000 Residents (Wake County)

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