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AltWeekly Awards

2009 Cartoon

1st Place: "Tom the Dancing Bug" by Ruben Bolling
2nd Place: "Slowpoke" by Jen Sorensen
3rd Place: "Worst Case Scenario" and "Hip Tip" by Kenny Be , Westword
Honorable Mention: "Mr. Fish" by Dwayne Booth , L.A. Weekly

2009 Column Below 50,000

1st Place: Sugar Land, Dumb & Dumber and History Lesson by Anne Schindler , Folio Weekly
2nd Place: “Ranger Rich” by Rich Tosches , Colorado Springs Independent
3rd Place: "In the Shadows" by Matt Davis , The Portland Mercury
Honorable Mention: "Police Beat" , Orlando Weekly
3rd Place: Just Go, Guilty as Charged and Obama's Moment by Curt Guyette and W. Kim Heron , Metro Times

2009 Column-Political Below 50,000

1st Place: Gettin' Gay with Leapin' Larry, Alabama Exceptionalism and Leapin' Larry Fights the Feds by Kyle Whitmire , Birmingham Weekly
3rd Place: Interdependents, Rotten Crumbs and Obama for President by Ted S. McGregor Jr. , The Inlander

2009 Cover Design Above 50,000

1st Place: Share the F*&%ing Road, I'm HIV Positive, and Drop-Dead Sexy by Pam Shavalier , Miami New Times
2nd Place: The Queer and the Qur'an, Nope, and Yeah! by Willamete Week Design & Production Staff , Willamette Week

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