The Baltimore Sun on Tuesday received eight national honors from the Society of Features Journalism’s Excellence-in-Features Awards for coverage of the arts, entertainment and lifestyle, including first place titles in website and integrated storytelling categories.
The awards came in Division 2, which includes publications with circulation between 90,000 and 199,999.
The Sun received the following awards:
- Sun staff received third place in the Finest in Features Sweepstakes Awards for publications that garner the most honors.
- In the category for Best Features Website, Digital Channel or App, The Sun earned first place for its entertainment page and an honorable mention for its lifestyle page.
- Arts reporter Mary Carole McCauley took third place in the Arts & Entertainment Feature category with her story on the Reginald F. Lewis Museum’s gun violence exhibit.
- TV and media critic David Zurawik took third place for Arts & Entertainment Commentary Portfolio.
- The Baltimore Sun earned first and second place prizes for Integrated Storytelling with Retro Baltimore and the Beach Guide.
- The Sun’s special issue Women to Watch took third place for Diversity in Digital Features.
- Howard Magazine earned third place in the Best Niche Product category.
To see the full list of awards, visit the Society for Features Journalism website.
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