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2004 Cover Design Below 50,000

1st Place: by Julie Barnett , San Antonio Current
2nd Place: by Tak Toyoshima , Dig Boston
3rd Place: by Gregory Dickens , MetroBEAT

2004 Editorial Layout Above 50,000

1st Place: Ms. Fat-So by Tricia Reinhold , Pittsburgh City Paper
2nd Place: A User's Guide to Kicking by John Curry , L.A. Weekly
3rd Place: DIY Directory by Anne Reeser, Jason Landis and Carson Ellis , Willamette Week
Honorable Mention: Fast, Cheap, Out of this World by Joe MacLeod , Baltimore City Paper
Honorable Mention: Gary Coleman for Governor! by Mark Gartland , East Bay Express

2004 Editorial Layout Below 50,000

1st Place: Horace Bristol by Monica McGregor , Ventura County Reporter
2nd Place: Against the Odds by Liz Holm and M.J. Sharp , INDY Week
3rd Place: Cover Up by Diane Sullivan and Donald Eggert , Seven Days

2004 Feature Story Above 50,000

1st Place: The Girl Who Played Dead by Julie Lyons , Dallas Observer
2nd Place: War of Words by Joe Miller , The Pitch
3rd Place: How Sweet It Was by Celeste Fraser Delgado , Miami New Times
Honorable Mention: A Duty to Hack by Matt Palmquist , SF Weekly
Honorable Mention: Fishing the Mainstream by Tommy Craggs , SF Weekly

2004 Feature Story Below 50,000

1st Place: Why Andy Won't Die by Dusty Rhodes , Illinois Times
Honorable Mention: An Unresolved Death by Mike Keefe-Feldman , Missoula Independent

2004 Food Writing Above 50,000

1st Place: by Robb Walsh , Houston Press
2nd Place: by Dara Moskowitz , City Pages (Twin Cities)

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