Posts Tagged ‘AAN AWARDS’

Washington City Paper Wins Alt-Weeklies Awards

It was a good Saturday afternoon in Nashville, Tenn., for Washington City Paper. When the 2014 Association of Alternative Newsmedia awards were announced at the group's annual convention there, two City Paper staffers won first-place awards for their work last year, and a package we put together on D.C.'s changing marijuana laws got second-place honors.
Staff photographer Darrow Montgomery was [...]

AAN Awards Update: Washington City Paper Brings Home Three First-Place Wins

Washington City Paper, finalists in five of the highest-circulation categories for the 2009 Association for Alternative Newsweeklies Awards, has been named the first-place winner in three of them: arts criticism, media reporting/criticism, and innovation/format buster. In addition, this blog received second-place honors and staff photographer Darrow Montgomery, who received honorable mention in the 2008 awards, was named [...]

Blog About This Blog: City Paper Adds Another AAN Award

The Association for Alternative Newsweeklies recently announced finalists for its best blog category, naming the City Desk staff blog among the top four for highest-circulation papers. City Desk was also named as a finalist in this category last year. The latest nomination brings Washington City Paper's AAN awards total this year to five. The paper [...]

Washington City Paper Named Finalist in Several AltWeekly Awards

The Association for Alternative Newsweeklies announced finalists for its annual prizes today, selecting Washington City Paper as a top contender in four categories: Photography, Arts Criticism, Media Reporting/Criticism, and Innovation/Format Buster.
Staff photographer Darrow Montgomery, who's been shooting for City Paper for 23 years, is among the top three entries for the highest circulation category (50,000 [...]

The United States v. Barack Obama (Cont.): Larry Klayman, Where Are You?

City Desk's AS-IT-HAPPENS news analysis of Chief Justice John Roberts' swearing-in flub is gaining credibility.
The Times of London is one news organization among many now raising questions about the legitimacy of Barack Obama's presidency as a result of Roberts rolling his own on the oath language, and Obama repeating Roberts' version rather than the prescribed [...]

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