Best of Burque 2011
Clay Sisk siskart.com
Being crowned Best of Burque is akin to jumping an elephant of quality through the fickle, flaming hoop of popularity. It’s a tough act. There are tens of thousands of votes cast by our readers at alibi.com—and after the dust settles, the winners that remain truly deserve to take a bow.
So step right up to the Alibi’s 18th user-generated guide to all things Albuquerque. As always, we’ve provided a slew of marvelous categories, and the victors are determined by you and you alone, dear readers.
As a bonus prize, each section includes a directory of the first-place winners—their addresses, phone numbers, websites and other valuable goodies—that’ll make your Burque even Best-ier.
Peer behind the curtain ... if you dare.
Best of Burque 2011:
• Life in Burque
• Arts & Lit
• Local Flavor
• The High Life
• Goods & Services
• Best Anything We Forgot
• Community Picks
Results reported by John Bear, Jessica Cassyle Carr, Christie Chisholm, Marisa Demarco, Laura Marrich and Devin D. O’Leary.
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