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1996 Arts Criticism Above 54,000

1st Place: Six Million Sounds in Search of a Play by Fred Setterberg , East Bay Express
2nd Place: , Boston Phoenix
3rd Place: Sudden Silent Exit by Robert Faires , Austin Chronicle

1996 Arts Criticism Below 54,000

1st Place: Under the Gun: A Chapel Hill Sculpture Triggers a Conflict of Values by Barry Yeoman , INDY Week
2nd Place: by Christopher Arnott , New Haven Advocate
3rd Place: Serrano at the CAC by Billie Felix Jeyes and Randy Katz , EveryBody's News

1996 Column Above 54,000

1st Place: by Caroline Knapp , Boston Phoenix
2nd Place: by John Bridges , Nashville Scene
3rd Place: by Abe Opincar , San Diego Reader

1996 Column Below 54,000

1st Place: by Paul Bass , New Haven Advocate
2nd Place: by Walt Shepperd , Syracuse New Times
3rd Place: by Hal Crowther , INDY Week

1996 Feature Story Above 54,000

1st Place: Something Scary in the Air by Dashka Slater , East Bay Express
Honorable Mention: Late Innings by David Dudley , Baltimore City Paper
Honorable Mention: The Desire to Leave Hangs Like Heat by Laura McNeal , San Diego Reader
Honorable Mention: Last Call at Juanita's by Jim Ridley , Nashville Scene

1996 Feature Story Below 54,000

1st Place: Farewell, Fair Haven by Paul Bass , New Haven Advocate
2nd Place: The Girl Who Wouldn't Say No by Walter Crockett , Worcester Magazine
Honorable Mention: They Eat Horses, Don't They? by Sally Crane , Columbus Alive

1996 Film Criticism Above 54,000

1st Place: by Peter Keough , Boston Phoenix

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