AAN News

Three VVM Publications Pick Up Maggie Awardsnew

Houston Press, L.A. Weekly, and Phoenix New Times each came out as winners in the Western Publishing Association's Maggie Awards.
Village Voice Media  |  05-02-2012  5:20 pm  |  Honors & Achievements

Phoenix New Times Story Leads to Scrutiny of Ariz. Deputynew

The story cast doubts on Arizona sheriff's deputy Louie Puroll's claim that he was shot by drug smugglers.
ABC News  |  09-30-2010  11:01 am  |  Industry News

Mike Lacey, Phoenix New Times Honored By SPJnew

The national Society of Professional Journalists has named Michael Lacey, Stephen Lemons and Paul Rubin as recipients of the New America Award for a series that ran in Phoenix New Times.
Society of Professional Journalists  |  09-01-2010  12:11 pm  |  Honors & Achievements

Who Knew? Phoenix New Times Staffer Heads to the Maccabiah Gamesnew

The U.S. is sending nearly 1000 athletes to compete in the Maccabiah Games, the event sometimes referred to as the "Jewish Olympics" that takes place next month in Israel. Jewish News of Greater Phoenix reports that one of the competitors is none other than Phoenix New Times senior staff writer Paul Rubin, who will be on the men's fast-pitch softball team in the masters division. It won't be Rubin's first time at the games; he's a veteran, having won two gold medals and one silver medal while playing softball for the U.S. in 1985, 1989 and 1993. "Representing your country and your religion is a very important honor, and I'm taking it very seriously," he says.
Jewish News of Greater Phoenix  |  06-26-2009  10:22 am  |  Industry News

Alt-Weeklies Clean Up at Arizona Press Club Awardsnew

Phoenix New Times and Tucson Weekly took home a total of 13 first-place awards, with New Times winning in eight categories and the Weekly placing first in five. New Times staff writers Sarah Fenske and Paul Rubin both triumphed in two categories, and the Weekly's Margaret Regan managed the same feat. Both AAN papers also received a number of second- and third-place prizes. Winners of the awards, which honor the best in Arizona print journalism, were announced last week at a Phoenix banquet.
Arizona Press Club  |  05-17-2007  7:53 am  |  Honors & Achievements