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Best of the 'Burgh 2015: Readers' Poll

Burger joints. Bar bands. Radio hosts. Here's the most popular stuff in town.



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ANDREW MCCUTCHEN photo by natalie morris

 

Personalities

Athlete
Andrew McCutchen, twitter.com/thecutch22

Meteorologist
Stephen Cropper, twitter.com/wpxicropper

Radio Host
Mark Madden, twitter.com/markmaddenx

Blogger
PittGirl, Virginia Montanez, twitter.com/janepitt

Morning Drive Team
Randy Baumann & the DVE Morning Show, twitter.com/dveradio

Sports Reporter
Bob Pompeani, twitter.com/kdpomp

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