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​HPR BEST BETS 2011 WINNERS

by Jana Tronier | .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) | July 13th, 2011

Cover by Raul Gomez

BEST CHEF

* Scott Motschenbacher @ Spitfire Grill

BEST HAIR STYLIST

* Ben Holtz @ Salon Why?

BEST PIERCIST

* Chuck Kesler @ Dead Rockstar

BEST TATTOO ARTIST

* Trent Baltvitsch @ Addictions

BEST ORIGINAL BAND

* Sovereign Sect

BEST SOLO MUSICIAN

* Blind Joe

BEST PERFORMANCE DJ

* DJ Joyride

BEST LOCAL ALBUM OR CD

* “Millions of Blackbirds” by Amanda Standalone and the Pastryshop Girls

BEST COVER BAND

* Post-Traumatic Funk Syndrome

BEST VISUAL ARTIST, MALE

* Jon Offutt

BEST VISUAL ARTIST, FEMALE

*…

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Best Bets Winners 2010

by Jana Tronier | .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) | June 24th, 2010

Johnson Family Band- Best original band

This mix of area musicians who share a love of folk music have become a top choice in the area. Their feet are firmly planted in traditional bluegrass, but they also draw on sources outside that realm. Their music is described by band members as "neo old timey," but what they do is very modern because of their many musical influences, which include everything from Tom Waits and Miles Davis to the Alkaline Trio. It's music you would hear in the…

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Best Bets Winners 2009

by Jana Tronier | .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) | May 14th, 2009

The Fillers- Best Original Band

The S.O.L. Band- Best Cover Band

Brenda Weiler- Best Musician.

Jon Offutt- Best Artist 

The Silver Moon Supper Club- Best Fine Dining and Best Place to Take a Date

Toscana- Best Italian 

Thai Orchid- Best Asian and Best Vegetarian Menu 

The Taco Shop- Best Taco

Burger Time- Best Burger

Bertrosa's- Best Lunch

Juano's- Best Mexican 

Grand Junction- Best Sandwich

Pita Pit Downtown- Best Late Night Eats

Duane's- Best Pizza

Ruby Tuesdays- Best Salad Bar

Andrea Baumgardner…

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