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AltWeekly Awards

2009 Arts Criticism Above 50,000

1st Place: Pine of the Times, Sheet Smart, and Pain by Numbers by Jeffry Cudlin , Washington City Paper
2nd Place: Kill One for the Gipper, What We Learned about the Election in This Summer's Movies, and Deep Freeze by J. Hoberman , The Village Voice
3rd Place: Benjamin Button, Diary of the Dead, and The Visitor by Scott Foundas , L.A. Weekly
Honorable Mention: From Reverence to Rape, Waugh and Remembrance, and Was Roman Polanski a Pedophile? by Ella Taylor , L.A. Weekly

2009 Arts Criticism Below 50,000

1st Place: Not as They Seem, Branching Out and Everything Is Illuminated by Meisha Rosenberg , Metroland
2nd Place: Kipper Kids, El Greco and USPO by Amy White , INDY Week
3rd Place: So This Is My Life . . . by Charles Maldonado , Metro Pulse

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Willamette Week Partners with Washington Post on New Websitenew

The Washington Post's Arc custom publishing platform now powers the website of Willamette Week, which is the first media company to use the content management system.
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Philadelphia City Paper Sold, Will Shut Down Print Publicationnew

Philadelphia City Paper was acquired by Broad Street MeĀ­dia, which will cease printing the alt-weekly and will merge its web operations with Philadelphia Weekly.
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