Best of Austin More 2010 Critics Outdoors & Recreation Best Trainer of Rising Pugilists: Ann Wolfe Best Nonfat M&M: Michael Gregory & Michael Winchester Best Place To Cleanse Your Crown Chakra Under a Waterfall: McKinney Falls State Park Best Day Trip: Blanco, Texas Best Place To See Stars: Telescopes at UT's Painter and Robert Lee Moore Halls Best Place To See Where Your Food Comes From: Green Gate Farms' Farm Camp Best Intro to Your Putter: Buck Mayers Golf Academy Best Downtown Place To Feel the Spirit: The Labyrinth Walk Best Splash & Dash: Deep Eddy Mile Best Social Ride: Thursday Night Social Ride Best Jump in the River: The Expedition School's Stand-Up Paddle Lessons Best 2010 Aztex Comeback Player: Jamie Watson Best 2010 Aztex Newcomer: Maxwell Griffin

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Best New Sports Franchise/Sports Arena: Texas Stars/Cedar Park Center

Best New Sports Franchise/Sports Arena: Texas Stars/Cedar Park Center

Central Texas hockey fans lamenting the loss of the Austin Ice Bats must thank their lucky stars (pun intended) for the Texas Stars. With the top-notch talent of the Dallas Stars affiliates taking their inaugural campaign all the way to the league finals, the only thing rivaling the quality of play on the ice would be the quality and comfort of their sparkling new state-of-the-art arena, the Cedar Park Center. Having hosted Tool, Wilco, and George Strait in addition to the Stars, the Cedar Park Center also becomes the full-time home to the NBA D-League Austin Toros starting in November.

H-E-B Center at Cedar Park
2100 Avenue of the Stars, Cedar Park, 512/600-5000

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