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2021

CITY AND REGIONAL MAGAZINE ASSOCIATION AWARDS

FIRST PLACE

  • EnewsletterSeattle Met Daily

Finalist

  • General Excellence II
  • Food or Dining Writing - “On the Ruby Brink,” “How Nathan Lockwood Rolls,” “Takeout’s Slow-Casual Future,” Allecia Vermillion
  • Feature Story - “After They Got John,” James Ross Gardner
  • Writer of the Year - James Ross Gardner
  • Excellence in Writing – Winter 2020 Issue
  • Spread Design - “God Save the Punks,” Jane Sherman
  • Feature Design - “Between Two Equinoxes,” Jane Sherman
  • Photography - “A River Runs Through Us,” David Ryder
  • Illustration & Graphics - “Reaffirming the Right-of-Way” (March 2020), “The Rise (and Fall and Rise) of the Vacation Rental” (Fall 2020), “Bill Gates, Rebooted” (Fall 2020)
  • Excellence in Design – Fall 2020 Issue
  • Magazine Section – “Currents,” Fall/Winter 2020 Issue
  • Special Issue - “A City Resilient,” July/August 2020

SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTS AWARDS

FIRST PLACE

  • Magazines: Environment & Natural Disasters – “What Do You Do With Kelp?” Stefan Milne
  • Magazines: Health & Science – “Resilient Seattle,” Staff Seattle Met
  • Magazines: Personal Profiles – “Rocky Yeh’s Good Life,” Allecia Vermillion

SECOND PLACE

  • Magazines: Environment & Natural Disasters – “A River Runs Through US,” David Ryder, Stefan Milne
  • Magazines: Food & Restaurants – “No More Basic Brunches,” Allecia Vermillion, Rosin Saez
  • Magazines: Health & Science – “Rampant,” James Ross Gardner

2020

CITY AND REGIONAL MAGAZINE ASSOCIATION AWARDS

FINALIST

  • General Excellence II
  • Profile - “A Life Extruded,” Allecia Vermillion
  • Feature Story – “A Song of Shadow and Light,” James Ross Gardner
  • Feature Story – “Where on Earth Is Sam Sayers?” Allison Williams
  • Writer of the Year - James Ross Gardner
  • Spread Design - “Summer by Boat,” Jane Sherman
  • Illustration & Graphics - “In the Straits” (September 2019), “Who Will Mourn the Tech Bro?” (October 2019), “7 Very Seattle Reasons
    I Can’t Come to Your Party”, (September 2019)
  • Magazine Section - “Currents”, (August/September 2019)