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"The Washingtonian" Takes Home Two CRMAs
Here’s where to revisit our award-winning features and profiles.
By Washingtonian Staff
Comments () | Published May 22, 2012

We are so very proud to announce that The Washingtonian took home two awards at the annual City and Regional Magazine Awards in Las Vegas this past weekend: in profile writing, for Tom Bartlett's profile of Gene Weingarten in the December 2011 issue; and in excellence in writing, for the March 2011 issue. The magazine was also a finalist in several other categories: special issue (November 2011), ancillary publication (Washingtonian Bride & Groom), and leisure service (last August's "Great Day Trips 2011"). And Best Bites Blog's own Jessica Voelker was a finalist for food writing for her work last year at Seattle Met.

A huge congratulations to our entire staff. To revisit our award-winning articles, see the links below.

December 2011

"How Do You Explain Gene Weingarten?"

August 2011

"Great Day Trips 2011"

March 2011 Features

"Is Bloomberg Government the Next Washington Media Death Star?"

"What Killed the National Zoo's Elephant?"

"DC United's Andy Najar: Where Did This Guy Come From?"

"Snapshots of the Secret Service"

"A.B. Culvahouse: The Man Who Vetted Sarah Palin"

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