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AltWeekly Awards

2010 Cover Design Above 50,000

Honorable Mention: The Agent from Iran, To Juice and Serve and Hackintosh by Miche Ratto , New Times Broward-Palm Beach

2010 Cover Design Below 50,000

1st Place: Sex Issue, Queer Issue and Enchanted Forest by Justin "Scrappers" Morrison , The Portland Mercury
Honorable Mention: The Myth Is Dead, Christian Hansen and the Autistics and Print In Peril by Byron Eggenschwiler, 3Ten Photography and Ian Jackson , SEE Magazine

2010 Editorial Layout Above 50,000

1st Place: Pint-Size Preacher by Pam Shavalier , Miami New Times
2nd Place: Earth Day Issue by Troy Beyer and Stephen Chester , NOW Magazine
3rd Place: Living Homeless by David Jayne , Sacramento News & Review
Honorable Mention: The Style Issue by Reseca Peskin , Philadelphia City Paper

2010 Editorial Layout Below 50,000

1st Place: The Strange Saga of Geronimo's Skull by Adam Kurtz , Tucson Weekly
2nd Place: Fall Arts Preview by Chris Bovey , The Inlander
3rd Place: The Big Fest Club by Elizabeth Jones , Nashville Scene
3rd Place: Exporting the Dead by Lauren Smiley , SF Weekly
3rd Place: My Oh Mayan! by Corey Pein , Santa Fe Reporter

2010 Food Writing Above 50,000

1st Place: Floria del Rio Will Get Your Goat, Hare Today, Wild-Boar Sopes Tomorrow and So Sorry, So Good by Jonathan Gold , L.A. Weekly

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Austin Chronicle Releases Annual Halloween Mask Featuring State Sen. Dan Patrick

Texas State Sen. Dan Patrick has based his entire career on terrifying Texas voters about one imaginary threat or another: immigrants, uppity women, ghost voters, whatever fantastical monster-under-the-bed he can use to promote his political advancement. (FULL STORY)
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AAN Fighting for FOIA

AAN was one of fifty organizations who sent a letter to President Obama asking for his commitment to certain basic principles regarding the Freedom of Information Act. (FULL STORY)
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Dig Portland to Launch

Dig Publishing, LLC (parent company of alt-weekly media company Dig Boston) announced today that it will be launching a new company called Dig Portland. (FULL STORY)
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