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And the Journalism Winners are…

June 26th, 2009 by admin · 4 Comments

Some of our favorite media types took home trophies at the 2009 Metro Journalism Awards presentation last night. We didn’t enter, because . . .

  • A – We Didn’t Want to Pay the Entry Fee
  • B – Our trophy shelf is full and there is no wall space.
  • C -  If we won something, we would have felt obligated to attend the Awards ceremony.

There’s a new online category, with just two awards. One went to Business First and the other to the C-J (deserved, to Peter Smith for his religion writing). Still, none of these awards went to independent media operations, which, let’s face it, are competing every day for the hearts and minds of news consumers.

For you journalism junkies, it’s worth taking a look at the list to see who’s doing good work. I didn’t count up the number of winners for each media organization, afraid of setting off another online battle between newspaper and TV staffs. You can count ‘em up if you like.

Read the List of Winners After the Jump…

Contest Results
2009 Metro Journalism Awards
Sponsored by the Society of Professional Journalists, Louisville Chapter

Metro Newspapers/Wire Services

Best News Story
Honorable Mention: Sarah Jeffords Pister, Business First
“Eaton Data Centers,”  “Revive Skin Care,” and “Scottsburg Plant”

Third Place: Business First Staff, Business First
“Blown Away”

Second Place: Brett Barrouquere, with Dylan T. Lovan, The Associated Press
“Mother-Daughters Killing”

First Place: Jeffrey McMurray, The Associated Press
“Police Chief Killed,” “Kentucky Shootings,” and “Convenience Store Shooting”
Judges said: In a very strong package of stories, the writer provides readers very clear and clean writing and vivid details. Good observation and good reporting.

Continuing Coverage

Second Place:  Bruce Schreiner, The Associated Press
“Senate Race”

First Place:  Brett Barrouquere, The Associated Press
“Suicide By Court”
Judges said: This package addresses a very difficult and complex topic, but the writer starts simply with a very short, straight lead that proves compelling. Excellent detail from a variety of sources – the writer did his homework.

Enterprise Reporting
Honorable Mention: Sarah Kelley, LEO Weekly
“Deadly Delay”

Third Place: Roger Alford, The Associated Press
“Expanding Appalachia” and “Caviar Carcinogens”

Second Place: Phillip M. Bailey, LEO Weekly
“Who Killed Timmy Jo?”

First Place: Jeffrey McMurray, The Associated Press
“Euthanized Horses”
Judges said: This piece stood out among the entries –a good group of entries – because of the strong reporting and explanation of the numbers. Outstanding work! This is what reactive journalism is all about.

Business Reporting
Honorable Mention: Bruce Schreiner, The Associated Press
“Bourbon Boom,” “KFC Secret,” and “Pizza Hut”

Third Place: Kevin Eigelbach, Business First
“Lien Times”

Second Place: Sarah Kelly, LEO Weekly
“Easy Money”

First Place; Terry Boyd, Business First
“Kentucky Vineyards”
Judges said: Well-researched and well-written. This piece provides an easy-reading look at a segment of the Kentucky economy that no doubt surprised many readers. Not too heavy on numbers, helping readers move quickly and comfortably through an informative story.

Health Reporting
First Place: Phillip M. Bailey, LEO Weekly
“Full of it”
Judges said: Nice lead on a nice read. The writer takes a fun approach to a story that addresses a serious issue – the lack of available healthy restaurant choices.

Minority/Women’s Affairs

Second Place: Phillip M. Bailey, LEO Weekly
“Race and the Presidential Race”

First Place: John R. Karman III, Business First
“Profile package: Greg Roberts, Cara Bernosky and Lawren Just”

Judges said: The three people  profiled by Mr. Karman not only have intriguing personal stories, they also have a sense of mission about their lives. The writer shows how Louisville has the resources to nurture those dreams.

Feature Writing
Honorable Mention: Stephen George, LEO Weekly
“Candidate”

Honorable Mention: Sara Havens, LEO Weekly
“Francene, Not Heard”

Third Place: Sarah Kelley, LEO Weekly
“Louisvillian of the Year”

Second Place: Tamera Shaw, Business First
“A Star is Born,” “Adding Flavor” and “One-Man Show”

First Place: Mat Herron, LEO Weekly
“You’re Talking to a Miracle”
Judges said: “Edgy, insightful writing about a complicated man.”

Editorial Cartoon

First Place: Marc Murphy, The Courier-Journal
“2008 Presidential Election”
Judges said: Directness is the hallmark of Mr. Murphy’s work. He has delivered strong graphics with a clear point of view. Take a bow. Nicely done.

Column Writing
Second Place: Sara Havens, LEO Weekly
“Mourning Belles,” “You Might Be Hungover if…” and “Absolut Dive”

First Place: Stephen George, LEO Weekly
“Editor’s Note”
Judges said: Excellent! Well-written insight into issues of local concern utilizing detail, background and appropriate level of wit and sarcasm.

Sports Writing
First Place: John R. Karman, III, Business First
“On Track to Give Back,” “A Whole New Ballgame,” and “Tara Guenthner”
Judges said: All three samples very well written. Descriptive. Good use of quotes. Entry shows good diversity of feature sports writing.

Feature Photography

Second Place: Ron Bath, Business First
“Learning the Ropes,” “Water Works,” and “Outside In”

First Place: Frankie Steele, LEO Weekly
“Snake Oil,” “Summer Guide,” and “Film Issue”
Judges said: Outstanding and creative composition in all samples. Great use of color, lighting and poses. Looking at these photos, it almost feels like you’re viewing paintings in a gallery.

Review/Criticism
Third Place: Sherry R. Deatrick, LEO Weekly
“Great Caesar’s,” “Top Dog,” and “All Hail”
Second Place: Jo Anne Triplett, LEO Weekly
“Gee’s Bend,” “Looks Can be Deceiving,” “Into the Light”
First Place: Sara Havens, LEO Weekly
“Vicky Christina,” “Man on Wire,” “Milk”
Judges said: Reviews are concise, points are made and defended, comments are not heavy handed.

Headline Writing
First Place: Steve Jones, The Courier-Journal
“From tee to shining tee,” “Can stars earn stripes?” and “God bless us, every one! It’s Shiny Tim”
Judges said: Good word play – clever, succinct and concise to capture theme

Graphic Illustration
Second Place: Judson Baker, LEO Weekly
“Candidate”

First Place: Brooke Timmons, Business First
“Against all odds”  “New streams of revenue” and “Year in review”
Judges said: Outstanding use of modular layout, vivid color, diverse fonts and photos – This work should win in a top five market.

Page Design

Third Place: Ron Jasin, LEO Weekly
“Music Cover”

Second Place:  Britany Baker, Buddy Schneider, Jon Beazlie, LEO Weekly
“Change” Cover, “Night Life Guide” Cover, and “Performance Enhancement” Cover

First Place:  Brooke Timmons, Business First
“Poppin’ With Potential,” “Wine Primer” and “Out to Play”
Judges said: Great use of space, color, odd-size column widths, wrap around text. Excellent creativity and diversity. Why aren’t you working for a national magazine?

Non-Metro/Community Newspapers

Best News Story
First Place: Glenn Rutherford, Marnie McAllister, The Record
“Papal visit to U.S.”
Judges said: The writers’ portfolio of papal visit stories gave readers a complete taste of what it was like to be at Yankee Stadium that day. The quotes were relevant, the stories were well-paced and the descriptions humanized the participants. Well done!

Continuing Coverage
Third Place: The Record Staff
Bicentennial Celebration”

Second Place: Jenny Blandford, The Kentucky Standard
“Bardstown Sewer Problems”

First Place: Stephanie Hornback, The Kentucky Standard
“Diocese of Bardstown Bicentennial”
Judges said: The question to ask is, “why would a non-Catholic care?” Stephanie answered with a series that not only engaged all readers in the diocese’s history, but explained – interestingly – how it affected and helped shape the region. Nicely done!

Enterprise Reporting
Third Place: John Foster, The Oldham Era
“Homeless in the Suburbs,” and “Mister”

Second Place: Lydelle Abbott, The Kentucky Standard
“Farming by GPS”

First Place: Glenn Rutherford, The Record
“Churchill Downs stories”
Judges said: Well done!

Business Reporting

Third Place: Jenny Blandford, The Kentucky Standard
“Industrial growth strong for 2008”

Second Place: John Foster, The Oldham Era
“Garden Fresh”

First Place: John Foster, The Oldham Era
“Local businesses feel the economy’s crunch”
Judges said: Foster shows a deep understanding of local geography and how it affects his subject. He writes a compelling lead and addresses the concerns of a single grocer while showing the impact on the community as a whole.

Health Care Reporting
Second Place: Ruth Schenk, The Southeast Outlook
“Thankful Every Day”

First Place: Marnie McAllister, The Record
“Priest offers free clinic at West Louisville center”
Judges said: Excellent job!

Minority/Women’s Affairs

Third Place: Marnie McAllister, The Record
“Border film,” “Art of Social Justice,” and “Aid for Africa”

Second Place: Glenn Rutherford, The Record
“Human Trafficking”

First Place: Stephanie Hornback, The Kentucky Standard
“Bardstown woman’s experience with breast cancer”
Judges said: Consistent, thorough coverage of the issue

Feature Writing
Third Place: Carrie A. Pride, The Kentucky Standard
“The Balloon Lady”

Second Place: Laura Hagan, The Oldham Era
“Rallying for Appalachia”

First Place: Marnie McAllister, The Record
“The Christmas Family”
Judges said: Gives a very in depth look into the lives of a Kentucky family. Allows reader to taste a slice of their day to day life and appreciate their simple and true love for another. Details enrich the story.

Editorial Writing

Second Place: Laura Cullen Glasscock, The Kentucky Gazette
“Coffee Blurs Lines”

First Place: Joseph Duerr, The Record
“Questioning Death Penalty”
Judges said: This piece addressed a national issue, but remembered to connect it to the community

Editorial Cartoon
First Place: Madelaine Enochs-Epley, The Kentucky Gazette
“News for Sale”
Judges said: In a simple yet bold way – using the names and logos of current corporations was a nice and relevant touch. Ms. Enochs-Epley draws attention to a troubling issue.

Column Writing
Third Place: Lydelle Abbott, The Kentucky Standard
“Border Wall”

Second Place: Laura Hagan, The Oldham Era
“24 and older than Santa”

First Place: Linda Ireland, The LaRue County Herald News
“It’s hard to understand when God intervenes in our plans”
Judges said: Clearly an impossible column to write. I pray it was cathartic on some level. Which is why I’m so impressed with the column’s format, relevant lead and person insight. A beautiful, sad piece.   Please join me by standing in tribute to Linda’s son, Daniel.

Sports Writing
Honorable Mention: Peter W. Zubaty, The Kentucky Standard
“Bardstown Rock Solid,” “Drive and Determination” and “Harmon Retires”

Third Place: John Foster, The Oldham Era
“Inside the Mind of an Ironman”

Second Place: Ruth Schenk, The Southeast Outlook
“Adam Does It All”

First Place: John Herndon, The Anderson News
“Always a Friend,”  “Never Giving Up,” and “Making the League Their Own”
Judges said: Writing shows excellent knowledge of sports, ability to craft visual images and emotions through words without becoming verbose.

News Photography
Third Place: Lydelle Abbott, The Kentucky Standard
“Deserving of the Honor”

Second Place: Stephen Powell, The Southeast Outlook
“A Gift for Mary”

First Place: John Foster, The Oldham Era
“House Fire,” “Flooding” “Ice Storm ‘08”
Judges said:  John’s grasp of the emotions that tell a story make his photos the top winner. The composition is crisp and uncluttered. The story is simple and simply stunning. Great job!

Feature Photography

Honorable Mention: Lydelle Abbott, The Kentucky Standard
“Signs of Life”
Third Place: John Foster, The Oldham Era
“168 Hours of Oldham”

Second Place: John Foster, The Oldham Era
“Fair Section – a Tradition of Fun”

First Place: Laura Hagan, The Oldham Era
“Westport Welcomes Heritage Festival”
Judges said: Photographs have ability to stand on their own and tell a story. Each is vibrant, detailed and depictive of event, culture.

Sports Photography
Second Place: John Foster, The Oldham era
“Basketball, football, high jumps”

First Place: Peter W. Zubaty, The Kentucky Standard
“Nelson Claims Number 18”  “Cards win in 2 OT Thriller” “Nelson Upends Central Hardin”
Judges said: Excellent depiction of action and emotion.  Good framing in all photos, focus and capture of action at peak.

Headline Writing

Second Place: Jacquelyn Stoess Hack, The Oldham Era
“Ike’s Power Trip”

First Place: Lydelle Abbott, The Kentucky Standard
”Like Hair, One Woman’s Mission Grows”
Judges said: Gives solid lead to the story while relating to topic nicely.

Graphic Illustration

First Place: Donovan Deferraro, The Voice-Tribune
“Louisville Antiques Show Review Party”
Judges said: Obviously a lot of work, and it paid off. Photo shop effects not too heavy handed and overall balanced composition to boot.

Page Design

Third Place: Chris Birke, Steve Powell, The Southeast Outlook
“Bring God to the Table”

Second Place: Jacquelyn Stoess Hack, The Oldham Era
“Front Page – May 1, 2008”

First Place: Donovan Deferraro, The Voice-Tribune
“Derby Festival Fashion Show”
Judges said: Good use of layering and diagonals. Especially loved the cut out distribution and reflection effects. Well done.

Magazines

Business Reporting
Second Place: Judith Berzof & Business First Staff
“Business of the Year” “Fast 50” “Business of Law”

First Place: Brooke Griffiths, Ron Bath and Business First Correspondents
“Green Business”
Judges said: Great idea and terrific execution. Interesting pictures, good design and lively writing combine into really nice and informative sections.

Feature Writing
Third Place: Bob Beggs, Sophisticated Living
“Impressionist Makes and Impression” “Eat, Sleep, Live with Art”

Second Place:  Rex Lyons, Sophisticated Living
“Dartmouth Delight” “ Rostrevor Revisited”

First Place: Bridget Williams, Sophisticated Living
“Leslie Shields: The Art of an Idea,”  “Springing into Action,” and “Pole Position”
Judges said: This entry was most interesting and personable.

Column Writing
Third Place: Dr. Matthew Bessen, Sophisticated Living
“Raw Cooks”

Second Place: Kimberly Crum, Today’s Woman
“Local Flavor, Infused with Joy”

First Place: Bridge Williams, Sophisticated Living
“Jazzed up in Montreal”
Judges said: This piece transports the reader to Montreal and allows the reader to experience the sights, sounds and smells she vividly portrays in this column.

Feature Photography

Third Place: Ron Bath, Business First
“Derrick Littlejohn”

Second Place: Eric Williams, Sophisticated Living
“Rostrevor Revisited”

First Place: Eric Williams, Sophisticated Living
“Scherer Home”
Judges said: Great photo composition and balance of lighting. Crisp photos with great depth and detail. Photos put the reader in the home as if they are taking a tour.

Photo Package

Third Place: Eric Williams, Sophisticated Living
“Best of Both Worlds”

Second Place: Eric Williams, Sophisticated Living
“City Chic”

First Place: Eric Williams, Sophisticated Living
“Spring Sophisticate”
Judges said: Top-notch fashion photography showcasing spring fashions in a variety of settings. Each photo has depth, character and perfect lighting.

Service Reporting

First Place: Melanie Wolkoff Wachsman, Her Scene
“Comfort Zone: Making an Entrance”
Judges said: Clearly and effectively educates and inspires the reader on practical ways to decorate a foyer. Short, well-written and to the point.

Review/Criticism

Second Place: Melanie Wolhoff Wachsman, Louisville Magazine
“The Wild One”

First Place: Gioia Patten, Today’s Woman  (Gioia pronounced Joy’-uh)
“Jackie Collins’ Access to Hollywood”
Judges said: Takes an interview with a high profile novelist like Collins and makes her down to earth. Uncovers details about her most of us don’t know. A piece well-written under pressure.

Minority/Women’s Affairs
Third Place: Tamera Shaw, Business First
“Legal Network”

Second Place: Judith Berzof & Business First Staff, Business First
“Diversity Works”

First Place: Judith Berzof, Business First Staff, Business First
“Business Women First”
Judges said: The whole issue dug deep into the issues that concern women in the workplace. Approached the subjects from a variety of viewpoints, engaging female readers, young and old.

Health Care Reporting

First Place: Judith Berzof, Ed Green, Allison Stines and Business First Correspondents
“Partners in Health Care.
Judges said: Complete and comprehensive coverage of the state of health care in Louisville. Well-written in-depth articles on the many facets of the local health care industry as it relates to research, jobs, medicine, insurance and profiles of people shaping  health care growth.

Graphic Illustration

Second Place: Silvia Cabib, Today’s Woman
“The Power of Solitude”

First Place: Brooke Timmons, Business First
“The World is their Market”
Judges said:  This graphic is a great visual illustration, breaking down Kentucky companies and the top places they export. It takes a large amount of data and presents it in an understandable format with a clever design.

Page Design

Third Place: James Moses, Ewa Wojtkowska, Kathy Bolger, Anita Oldham, Tiffany White, (Ewa is pronounced Eva) Today’s Woman
“Most Admired Woman”

Second Place: John Wurth and Eric Williams, Sophisticated Living
“Wild Eggs”

First Place: Jarres Moses, Kathy Bolger, Anita Oldham, Tiffany White, Ewa Wojtkowska, Today’s Woman
“Double Vision”
Judges said: Clever design that uses the pages in a non-traditional format causing the reader to see “double” and flip the magazine sideways. Great example of a clean and clear design with an outside the box approach to a creative presentation.

Cover Design

Second Place: April Allman, Anita Oldham, Ewa Wojtkowska, Today’s Family
“Family Fun for All”

First Place: Brooke Timmons, Business First
“Business of Law”
Judges said: Good balance of image design and text to convey to the reader quickly what the issue is about. Simple yet effective design.

Online
For these next several awards categories we evidently had some slacker judges who were all too happy to hand out the awards, but didn’t write any comments.
Breaking News
First Place: Brent Adams, Business First
“Ford Solidifies Louisville Plans”

Best Blog
First Place: Peter Smith, The Courier Journal
“Merton’s Editorial Genius”

Television
Investigative Reporting

Third Place: Julie Tam, WDRB
“Wrong Restaurant Ratings”

Second Place:  Adam Walser, WHAS
“Robert Felner Investigation”

First Place: John Boel, Scott Eckhardt, WLKY
“Family Matters”

Spot News
First Place: Bennett Haeberle, Sarah Gote, WDRB
“September ’08 Wind Storm”

General News
Third Place: Andy Alcock, Jason Maxwell, WLKY
“Windstorm Power Outage”

Second Place: John Boel, Scott Eckhardt, WLKY
“Unleaded Enforcement”

First Place: Julie Tam, WDRB
“E-Warrants”

Feature Reporting

Third Place: Connie Leonard, WAVE
“Kentucky Honor Flight”

Second Place: Andy Alcock, WLKY
“Police Hero”

First Place: Bennett Haeberle, WDRB
“Radar Boy”

Business Reporting

Second Place: Steve Burgin, Paul Ahmann, WLKY
“Kentucky Oil Rush”

First Place: John Boel, Dave Mills, WLKY
“Still Fuming”

Health Care Reporting
Second Place: Andy Alcock, WLKY
“Ambulance Availability”

First Place: Bennett Haeberle, Matt English, WDRB
“Dorothy’s Struggle”

Minority/Women’s Affairs
First Place: Andy Alcock, WLKY
“History Obama”

Sports Reporting
Third Place: John Boel, Scott Eckhardt, WLKY
“Fit at Fifty”

Second Place: Andy Alcock, WKLY
“Boy Cheerleader”

First Place: Julie Tam, WDRB
“Paralympic Dreams
Judges said: Very inspirational. Story well-told. Made me want to know more about this phenomenal athlete.

TV- Category 69: Television Documentary

The judges said they had an especially difficult time with this category, saying it was nearly impossible to judge and calling all of the entries “amazing.”

There are two Second Place winners: John Boel, Scott Eckhardt, Nathan White, Bill DeReamer, WLKY
“Never Too Late”
Judges said: Never Too Late was inspiring and fun to watch.

Also Second Place:  T’Shambi Basemore, WDRB
“The Wake Up Call”
Judges said: “Wake up call” was a brave and honest look at tragic events.

First Place:  Aaron Ellis, Lee Eldridge, Caton Bredar, Reid Olson, Drew Cook, WAVE3
“A Legend Reaffirmed”

Judges said: We chose the documentary about the Triple Crown Rivalry between horse racing greats Alydar and Affirmed. Even though we know how the story ends, the documentary was still suspenseful; the editing was terrific. This is what elevated this entry above the others.

Spot News Photography
First Place: Steven Richard, WHAS
“Goodnight Rudolph”
Judges said: Charming story, deserving of recognition.

Feature Photography
First Place: Steven Richard, WHAS
“Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep”
Judges said: What a touching story about photographers who take family portraits when a baby is born but dies soon after birth. Very sad, but also uplifting.

Television Series
Second Place: Steve Burgin, Paul Ahmann, WLKY
“Tapped Out”
First Place: John Boel, Mike Petchenik, Paul Ahmann, WLKY
“Meth-Check Myth”
Judges said: Wow – tough category with very strong entries. Meth story had the edge through testing the system.

College Division

News Story
Honorable Mention: Jill Laster, Kentucky Kernel
“Tickets Sweep Campus Streets”

Third Place: Dennis O’Neil, Kara Augustine, Michael Kennedy, The Louisville Cardinal, Inc.
“Don’t Say the F Word”

Second Place: Many Simpson, College Heights Herald
“Ex-Hobson Director Under Investigation”

First Place: Blair Thomas, The Kentucky Kernel
“Development Displaces Residents”
Judges said: Big issue; broad comprehensive coverage well-tackled. Well done!

Feature Story

Honorable Mention: Brandon Banks, The Street
“Checkmate”

Third Place: Eric Lindsey, The Kentucky Kernel
“Swinging for Glory”

Second Place: Jill Laster, The Kentucky Kernel
“Man on a Mission”

First Place: Brad Luttrell, The Kentucky Kernel
“The Fate of Destiny”
Judges said: This piece stands out. The reader gets a picture of the child who has the diseae and cheers for her the whole way. You feel the agony of the mother and want Destiny to stay well.

Sports Story

Honorable Mention: Jonathan Smith, The Kentucky Kernel
“The Anatomy of a Turnaround”

Third Place: Travis Waldron, The Kentucky Kernel
“Thousands Honor ‘Mr. Wildcat’”

Second Place: Andrew Robinson, College Heights Herald
“They’re young; They’re strong, They’ll Survive”

First Place: Catherine LaRoche, The Louisville Cardinal
“Destination Louisville”
Judges said: Narrative writing style and lots of good quotes made me want to keep reading.

Editorial


Honorable Mention: Brandon Banks, The Street
“The Business of an Education”

Third Place: Evan Sisley, College Heights Herald
“SGA Needs to Change Election Process”

Second Place: Janet Henderson, The Street
“For Shame”

First Place: Brad Luttrell, The Kentucky Kernel
“Budget Cuts Must Not Exclude President Todd”
Judges said: What makes this editorial work are the facts included and the point and counterpoint. It’s an intelligent way of addressing an emotional topic.

News Photography

Honorable Mention: Britney McIntosh, The Kentucky Kernel
“Step Above”

Third Place: Bryan Anselm, College Heights Herald
“Fights & Frenzy”

Second Place; Brad Luttrell, The Kentucky Kernel
“The Fate of Destiny”

First Place: Elliott Hess, The Kentucky Kernel
“Development Displaces Residents”
Judges said: Great composition; captures the feel of the story. Creative angles add to impact.

Feature Photography

Honorable Mention: Scott McIntyre, College Heights Herald
“On the Circuit”

Third Place: Alex Slitz, College Heights Herald
“A Thousand Words”

Second Place: Allie Garza, The Kentucky Kernel
“Lynagh’s Irish Pub & Grill”

First Place: Kasha Stevenson, The Kentucky Kernel
“Bridging Past and Present”
Judges said: Photos captured a variety of moods through lighting, exposure, angles, composition. Huge assignment – Professional high-end work!

Sports Photography

Honorable Mention: Ed Matthews, The Kentucky Kernel
“Marching Unnoticed”

Third Place: Aaron Borton, College Heights Herald
“They’re young, they’re strong, they’ll survive”

Second Place: Cody Duty, College Heights Herald
“Into the Unknown”
First Place: Scott McIntyre, College Heights Herald
“Fumbled Opportunity”
Judges said: The eyes, the hands, the action all contribute to making this shot a winner. The viewer is waiting for that ball to spring from the player’s hand. Wonderful clarity with blurred background. Well taken!

Tags: Awards · Blogging · Criticism · Journalism · Media

4 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Mark // Jun 26, 2009 at 3:34 pm

    Well it’s between A and C and I’m guessing A. :)

  • 2 John // Jun 26, 2009 at 5:01 pm

    Wonder how much more inflated can Julie Tam’s head get after a couple 1st place wins.

  • 3 bill // Jun 27, 2009 at 6:24 pm

    Maybe Julie Tam could turn her awards into some bucks for some plastic surgery!

  • 4 fishboy // Jul 2, 2009 at 9:58 am

    Who gives a crap about the SPJs anyway?

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