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AltWeekly Awards

2011 Feature Story Below 50,000

1st Place: The High Cost of Hope by Brantley Hargrove , Nashville Scene

2011 Food Writing Below 50,000

1st Place: Three-Bird Night, Fresh Fare and Raising the Steaks by Alice Levitt , Seven Days

2011 Illustration Above 50,000

1st Place: Wounded Pride by Scott Bakal , SF Weekly

2011 Individual Blog N/A

1st Place: Life As We Blow It by Scott Harrell , Creative Loafing (Tampa)

2011 Innovation Above 50,000

1st Place: D.C. Elections 2010 by Alan Suderman, Dave McKenna, Lydia DePillis, Mike Madden, Jason Cherkis, Jonetta Rose Barras, Will A. Mitchell and Brooke Hatfield , Washington City Paper

2011 Innovation Below 50,000

1st Place: Anatomy of a Downfall by Alexa Schirtzinger and Larry Kohr , Santa Fe Reporter

2011 Investigative Reporting Above 50,000

1st Place: The NYPD Tapes by Graham Rayman , The Village Voice

2011 Investigative Reporting Below 50,000

1st Place: Dr. Asa Andrew's Medicine Show by Brantley Hargrove , Nashville Scene

2011 Media Reporting/Criticism Above 50,000

1st Place: Destroying Newsday by Christopher Twarowski and Michael Patrick Nelson , Long Island Press

2011 Media Reporting/Criticism Below 50,000

1st Place: Aggie Secrets by Jeff Prince , Fort Worth Weekly

2011 Multimedia N/A

1st Place: Hip Hop High by Emily Kaiser and Nick Vlcek , City Pages (Twin Cities)

2011 Music Blog N/A

1st Place: Sound of the City by Rob Harvilla and Zach Baron , The Village Voice
2nd Place: City Sound Inertia by Gabe Meline , North Bay Bohemian

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