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AltWeekly Awards

2009 Column Above 50,000

3rd Place: Sarah Palin: Diagrammed, Web of Confusion and Ebonics by Jeff Barg , Philadelphia Weekly

2009 Media Reporting/Criticism Above 50,000

3rd Place: Pushing Paper by G.W. Miller III , Philadelphia Weekly

2008 Editorial Layout Above 55,000

3rd Place: Top 10 Drug Corners by Sara Green , Philadelphia Weekly

2008 Illustration Above 55,000

2nd Place: The New Anxiety by Edward Kinsella III , Philadelphia Weekly

2007 Cover Design Above 55,000

3rd Place: "Screw Fatso," "Kick Me," "The Sexy Food Issue" by Sara Green , Philadelphia Weekly

2007 Illustration Above 55,000

2nd Place: "Savage and Santorum" by Tim Gough , Philadelphia Weekly
3rd Place: "Reading" by Karen Klassen , Philadelphia Weekly

2007 Immigration Above 55,000

1st Place: "Mi Casa, Su Casa" by Kate Kilpatrick , Philadelphia Weekly

2007 Photography Above 55,000

2nd Place: "The Out of Towner" by Jeff Fusco , Philadelphia Weekly

2006 Illustration Above 50,000

1st Place: "Snowman Robot" by Justin DeGarmo , Philadelphia Weekly
Honorable Mention: "Christmas Bush" by Tim Gough , Philadelphia Weekly

2006 Photography Above 50,000

2nd Place: We Have Been Blessed by Jeff Fusco , Philadelphia Weekly

2005 Music Criticism Above 50,000

2nd Place: Riddle Me This by Jonathan Valania , Philadelphia Weekly

2004 Music Criticism Above 50,000

Honorable Mention: by Jonathan Valania , Philadelphia Weekly

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