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Best of the Triangle - Year After Year 

Winners: All Best of the Triangle winners can be found in our searchable locations database. We've already narrowed the search for you: See our Best of the Triangle winners.

Winners & Finalists: If you want to see our winners' closest competition, winners and finalists are listed for each category by year as far back as 2001: (Some years have great slideshows too!)


More: 2006   2005   2004   2003   2002   2001


Other nifty Best of the Triangle content: video, slideshows and model searches:



2013 Best of Top Dog model


2009 Best of party pictures: June 19 at Golden Belt in Durham


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

The Indy's annual party to celebrate your Best of the Triangle winners.
Video: Ben Berry, Music: The Old Ceremony, Second Camera: Ian Galdy.



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