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2002 Arts Criticism Above 54,000

1st Place: by Greg Tate , The Village Voice
2nd Place: by Brendan Bernhard , L.A. Weekly
3rd Place: by Kent Williams , Isthmus

2002 Arts Criticism Below 54,000

1st Place: by James Morrison , INDY Week
2nd Place: by Stephanie von Buchau , Pacific Sun
3rd Place: by Bob Lancaster , Arkansas Times

2002 Arts Feature Above 54,000

1st Place: True Stories by Andy Markowitz , Baltimore City Paper
2nd Place: N'Namdi's Biggest Gamble by George Tysh , Metro Times
3rd Place: Sounds of Success by Matt Palmquist , SF Weekly
Honorable Mention: Mind the Arts Gap by Scott Henry , Creative Loafing (Atlanta)

2002 Arts Feature Below 54,000

1st Place: A Small World by John E. Citrone , Folio Weekly
2nd Place: Trojan Horses by Eric Rezsnyak , Syracuse New Times
3rd Place: Chronicle of the Lost Nashville by Michael Kreyling , Nashville Scene
Honorable Mention: Catching Fire by John Threlfall , Monday Magazine

2002 Cartoon Five or fewer papers

1st Place: La Petite Camera by Garrett Gaston

2002 Cartoon More than five papers

1st Place: Tom the Dancing Bug by Ruben Bolling

2002 Column Above 54,000

1st Place: by Dave McKenna , Washington City Paper
2nd Place: by Mark Zusman and John Schrag , Willamette Week
3rd Place: by Toni Schlesinger , The Village Voice

2002 Column Below 54,000

1st Place: by Melinda Ruley , INDY Week

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