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News + Politics48 Hills is finalist for 4 California Journalism Awards

48 Hills is finalist for 4 California Journalism Awards

Nominations in Environment, Food, and Music Reporting highlight our excellent local coverage from local writers.

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The California Journalism Awards 2023 finalists have been announced by the California News Publishers Association, and we are so proud to announce that we are up for four awards:

Hunters Point Naval Shipyard in 2020. Photo by Chris Michel via WikiCommons

Environment Reporting: USC Fellow Tom Molanphy for his three-part report on the toxic legacy of Hunters Point

Photo by Adrian Spinelli, circa 2015

Food Writing/Reporting: Adrian Spinelli for his reflection on what Anchor Brewery’s closure means for San Francisco

Bruce Cockburn

Music Writing/Reporting: Lou Fancher for her in-depth interview with the legendary Bruce Cockburn about mortality and music

Speedy Ortiz with Palberta and Yowler in the First Unitarian Church basement on 2018-11-28

Music Writing/Reporting: Zack Ruskin for his deeply reported piece about local music platform Bandcamp’s sale and ensuing layoffs

Congratulations to our wonderful writers! Winners will be announced July 13 at the CNPA Awards Gala. See our previous CJA awards from 2022 here and 2021 here. Keep our excellent local journalism alive by becoming a 48 Hills member here.

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Marke B.
Marke B.
Marke Bieschke is the publisher and arts and culture editor of 48 Hills. He co-owns the Stud bar in SoMa. Reach him at marke (at) 48hills.org, follow @supermarke on Twitter.

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