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AltWeekly Awards

2009 Column-Political Above 50,000

3rd Place: Just Go, Guilty as Charged and Obama's Moment by Curt Guyette and W. Kim Heron , Metro Times

2009 Innovation Above 50,000

2nd Place: The Adventures of Kwame-man (PDF) by Curt Guyette, W. Kim Heron and Sean Bieri , Metro Times

2009 Public Service Above 50,000

3rd Place: Detroit's Big Burn by Curt Guyette , Metro Times

2007 Web Site Design Above 55,000

2nd Place: by Metro Times staff , Metro Times

2006 Web Site Above 50,000

Honorable Mention: , Metro Times

2005 Education Above 50,000

Honorable Mention: School of Life by Lisa M. Collins , Metro Times

2005 News Story-Long Form Above 50,000

1st Place: Confessions and Recantations by Ann Mullen , Metro Times

2004 Photography Above 50,000

3rd Place: Great Walls of Detroit by Dirk Bakker , Metro Times

2002 Arts Feature Above 54,000

2nd Place: N'Namdi's Biggest Gamble by George Tysh , Metro Times

2001 Arts Feature Above 54,000

Honorable Mention: Boogie Chillun by Keith A. Owens , Metro Times

2000 News Feature Above 54,000

3rd Place: Up Against the Oil by Monte Paulsen , Metro Times

1999 Column Above 54,000

1st Place: by Jack Lessenberry , Metro Times

1997 Investigative Reporting Above 54,000

Honorable Mention: Waterworld Under Fire by Curt Guyette , Metro Times

1997 Political Reporting Above 54,000

1st Place: The Big Mac Attack by Curt Guyette , Metro Times

1996 Local Political Story Above 54,000

Honorable Mention: The Enemy Within by Beth Hawkins, Desiree Cooper, Russ Bellant, Stewart Francke, Leah Samuel and Robert Downe , Metro Times

1996 Music Criticism Above 54,000

3rd Place: Mixing the Body Electric: The Evolution of Detroit Techno by Hobey Echlin , Metro Times

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