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AltWeekly Awards

2010 Individual Blog Above 50,000

3rd Place: The Sexist by Amanda Hess , Washington City Paper

2010 Individual Blog Below 50,000

1st Place: City Sound Inertia by Gabe Meline , North Bay Bohemian
2nd Place: Intermission Impossible by Chris Davis , The Memphis Flyer

2010 Innovation Above 50,000

1st Place: Wasting Away in West Las Vegas by Amy Kingsley, Maureen Adamo and Justin Yurkanin , Las Vegas CityLife
2nd Place: Black History Quiz by Enzo DiMatteo, Troy Beyer and Stephen Chester , NOW Magazine
3rd Place: How the District's Children Die by Jason Cherkis , Washington City Paper
Honorable Mention: Give Guide by Richard Meeker , Willamette Week

2010 Innovation Below 50,000

1st Place: Where's the Money? by Corey Pein, Larry Kohr and Julia Goldberg , Santa Fe Reporter
2nd Place: Bowerbirds and Megafaun Tour America Together by Maria Bilinski Shain, Shayne O'Neill, Nathan Golub, Grayson Currin and Bryan Reed , INDY Week
3rd Place: Artist in Residence by Wendi Kimura, David Vega, Cruz Ortiz and Kelly O'Connor , San Antonio Current

2010 Investigative Reporting Above 50,000

1st Place: Believing the Children by Jordan Smith , Austin Chronicle
2nd Place: A Quiet Hell by Chris Vogel , Houston Press
3rd Place (tie): Soldiers Committing Suicide and Stress Test by Jason Notte , Boston Phoenix
3rd Place (tie): Messed Up by Christopher Twarowski , Long Island Press

2010 Investigative Reporting Below 50,000

1st Place: Burn Patterns by Dave Mann , The Texas Observer
2nd Place: Unsafe in Their Beds and Tell No One by Brantley Hargrove , Nashville Scene
3rd Place: Jindal's List by Jeremy Alford , Gambit
Honorable Mention: Jackson Public Schools by Ward Schaefer , Jackson Free Press
2nd Place: Happy World, Alliance for Progress and Dan Froomkin by Erik Wemple , Washington City Paper

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