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2004 Arts Criticism Above 50,000

1st Place: by Christine Biederman , Dallas Observer
2nd Place: by Brendan Bernhard , L.A. Weekly
3rd Place: by J.R. Jones , Chicago Reader

2004 Arts Criticism Below 50,000

1st Place: by Devin O'Leary , Weekly Alibi
2nd Place: by James McWilliams , The Texas Observer
3rd Place: by Scot Lockman , Birmingham Weekly

2004 Arts Feature Above 50,000

1st Place: The Ace is Wild: The Doug Chrismas Story by Kristine McKenna , L.A. Weekly
2nd Place: Iraq War: The Movie by Tim Appelo , Seattle Weekly
3rd Place (tie): Disjointed by Blake de Pastino , Baltimore City Paper
3rd Place (tie): Girl by Felicia Feaster , Creative Loafing (Atlanta)

2004 Arts Feature Below 50,000

1st Place: Horace Bristol by Hillary Johnson , Ventura County Reporter
2nd Place: The Mad Projectionist by John E. Citrone , Folio Weekly
3rd Place: A Love Story by Brenda Bell , The Texas Observer
Honorable Mention: Culture Club by Celeste Miller and Emili Vesilind , Syracuse New Times

2004 Cartoon Five or fewer papers

1st Place: Callahan by John Callahan
2nd Place: Slowpoke by Jen Sorensen
3rd Place: Samson Seagull by Arden Hendrie
Honorable Mention: The Pain, When Will It End? by Timothy Kreider

2004 Cartoon More than five papers

1st Place: Slow Wave by Jesse Reklaw
2nd Place: This Modern World by Tom Tomorrow

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