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Prizes

  1. awards
    Kendrick Lamar, Weinstein Investigations Win 2018 Pulitzer PrizesNew York’s Jerry Saltz won the award for criticism.
  2. ESPN Robs 6th Grader of His Rightful NCAA Bracket GloryI think it was kind of all skill,” says 12-year-old of his bracket, which was better than yours.
  3. prizes
    Cosmo’s ASME Is a Win for All Women’s MediaWe’re all ladyblogs now — or we should be.
  4. giveaways
    Cut Giveaway: Let Us Send You to New York Fashion WeekRebecca Taylor fans, prepare to retweet.
  5. contests
    Cut Giveaway: Win Looks From the H&M Paris Runway CollectionJust in time for Fashion Week.
  6. awards season
    Best Actress Nominees Break Oscar Age RecordsThe Academy is less ageist than the market.
  7. 2011 MacArthur ‘Genius’ Grant Recipients AnnouncedYours is probably just caught in the spam filter.
  8. Onion Launches Pulitzer Prize BidIt’s time.
  9. Wall Street Journal Wins Pulitzer Prize for Anti-Obamacare EditorialsAnd ProPublica won again.
  10. prizes
    Alexander Wang’s GQ Prize Includes a Dockers CollaborationWhich is a prize for Dockers in itself.
  11. prizes
    Christopher Kane Won £200,000He beat Peter Pilotto, Jonathan Saunders, and Richard Nicoll.
  12. Patti Smith Wins National Book Award for NonfictionA novel about horse racing in West Virginia wins the prize for fiction.
  13. prizes
    Jonathan Franzen Won’t Be Getting a National Book Award’Freedom’ wasn’t nominated for the prize.
  14. prizes
    Howard Jacobson Wins Man Booker PrizeBesting Tom McCarthy and four others.
  15. cash money
    Reality-TV Shows Pretty Much Pay Winners What They PromiseNot bad, if you have no shame.
  16. Orhan Pamuk, Nobel Laureate, Lies Low at ColumbiaOrhan Pamuk — Turkish novelist, soon-to-be visiting Columbia professor — won the Nobel Prize in literature this morning. As with last year’s crowning of vehemently anti-Bush Harold Pinter, the Swedes seem to be making a sidelong political point: Pamuk was put on trial last year for — of all things — “insulting Turkishness” after giving an interview in which he mentioned the Armenian genocide and discussed the plight of Turkey’s Kurds. Actually, the award is a bit of a boon for Turkey, which in January dropped the charges against Pamuk as a show of the “social progress” needed for membership in the European Union. But it’s an even bigger boon for Columbia, where Pamuk has been working and studying, and where he’ll start teaching classes next year.
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