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AltWeekly Awards

1997 Arts Criticism Above 54,000

1st Place: by Lee Sandlin , Chicago Reader
2nd Place: by Michael Tortorello , City Pages (Twin Cities)
3rd Place: by Glenn Dixon , Washington City Paper

1997 Arts Criticism Below 54,000

1st Place: by Russ Tarby , Syracuse New Times
Honorable Mention: by Lars Eighner , The Texas Observer

1997 Arts Feature Above 54,000

1st Place: Not With My Mütter, You Don't by Margit Detweiler , Philadelphia City Paper
2nd Place: Sleeping with Philip Morris by Jayne Keedle , Hartford Advocate

1997 Arts Feature Below 54,000

1st Place: Hotbed of Writers by Nikki Meredith , Pacific Sun
2nd Place: Mint Condition by Christina Waters , Good Times Santa Cruz

1997 Column Above 54,000

1st Place: by Tom Frank , Chicago Reader
2nd Place: by Judith Larsen , Washington City Paper

1997 Column Below 54,000

1st Place: by Liz Langley , Orlando Weekly
2nd Place: by John Bridges , Nashville Scene

1997 Editorial Layout Above 54,000

1st Place: Gutter Punks by Katherine Topaz , Willamette Week
2nd Place: Shaking the Money Tree by Donald Long , Metro Silicon Valley
3rd Place: The War at Home by Jandos Rothstein , Washington City Paper
Honorable Mention: Oldest Living Pulp Writer Tells All by Jacky Wilson , City Pages (Twin Cities)

1997 Editorial Layout Below 54,000

1st Place: The Ghosts of Orange County by Heather Anderson , OC Weekly
2nd Place: A Trying Personality by Susan Leger , Times of Acadiana
3rd Place: Swingtime by Lisa Horstman , Metro Pulse

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