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Best of the 'Burgh 2016: Readers' Poll

Bakeries, barbecue, museums and more. Here's the most popular stuff in town.



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Personalities

Pro Athlete
Andrew McCutchen, twitter.com/thecutch22

College Athlete
James Conner (University of Pittsburgh), twitter.com/jamesconner_

High School Athlete
Miles Sanders (Woodland Hills), twitter.com/boobiemiles_4

Meteorologist
Ashley Dougherty (WTAE), twitter.com/ashleyd_WTAE

News Anchor
Ken Rice (KDKA), twitter.com/kenricekdka

Street Reporter
Heather Abraham (KDKA), twitter.com/kdkaheather

Sports Reporter
Bob Pompeani (KDKA), twitter.com/kdpomp

Radio Host
Mark Madden (105.9 The X), twitter.com/markmaddenx

Blogger
John Chamberlain (Ya Jagoff!), yajagoff.com

Morning Drive Team
Randy Baumann & the DVE Morning Show, dve.com

Comedian
Matt Light, mattlightcomedy.com

Bartender
Maggie Meskey (Butcher & the Rye), twitter.com/baconbra

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