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1999 Arts Criticism Above 54,000

1st Place: by Robert Lloyd , L.A. Weekly
2nd Place: by Lee Sandlin , Chicago Reader

1999 Arts Criticism Below 54,000

1st Place: by Stephanie von Buchau , Pacific Sun
2nd Place: by J. Douglas Allen-Taylor , Santa Cruz Weekly

1999 Arts Feature Above 54,000

1st Place (tie): Monsieur Naturel: R.Crumb in France by Brendan Bernhard , L.A. Weekly
1st Place (tie): Sordid Relationships by Melissa Levine , Riverfront Times

1999 Arts Feature Below 54,000

1st Place (tie): The World According to Hoyt Axton by Zach Dundas , Missoula Independent
1st Place (tie): The Janitor's Legacy by Leslie Newell Peacock , Arkansas Times

1999 Column Above 54,000

1st Place: by Jack Lessenberry , Metro Times
2nd Place: by Abe Opincar , San Diego Reader
3rd Place: by Tom Scocca , Baltimore City Paper
Honorable Mention: by Colleen Van Tassel , New Haven Advocate

1999 Column Below 54,000

1st Place: by Dennis Jarrett , Santa Fe Reporter
2nd Place: by Liz Langley , Orlando Weekly

1999 Column-Political Above 54,000

1st Place: by Wayne Barrett , The Village Voice
2nd Place: by George Cothran , SF Weekly

1999 Column-Political Below 54,000

1st Place: by Phil Ashford , Nashville Scene
2nd Place: by Jesse Mayshark , Metro Pulse

1999 Editorial Layout Above 54,000

1st Place: , Willamette Week
2nd Place: , NOW Magazine

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