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Monday, June 8, 2009

Pat on the Back: SF Weekly Cleans Up at Peninsula Press Club Awards

Posted By on Mon, Jun 8, 2009 at 9:59 AM

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It's awards season yet again, and the SF Weekly took home a grand total of eleven at this weekend's ceremony for the Peninsula Press Club Greater Bay Area Journalism Awards. (All awards were granted in the Non-Daily Newspaper category.) Want to peruse our award winning stories? The whole list is below with links to the full pieces. Congrats to all our talented writers. They like us, they really like us!

Joe Eskenazi, First Place Specialty Story (Consumerism), "Voodoo on the Vine"

John Geluardi, First Place Feature Story of a Serious Nature, "Stiffed", First Place Analysis, "Gate Crashers 08", First Place Feature Story of a Light Nature "Drama Mia"

Ashley Harrell, Third Place, Feature Story of a Serious Nature, "Snitch"

Karina Ioffee, First Place News Story, "He's No Angel"

Lauren Smiley, Second Place Feature Story of a Light Nature, "Score!!!"

Matt Smith, Third Place, Columns News

Katy St. Clair, First Place, Columns Feature, "Bouncer"

Ron Russell, First Place Sports Story, "Benched"

Chloe Veltman, Second Place Entertainment Review, "Taking it Personally"

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