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Jennifer Gonnerman has been named a 1999 Crime & Communities Media Fellow by the Center on Crime, Communities & Culture. She will be reporting on issues related to domestic violence while continuing to write about criminal justice for the Voice.
Guy Trebay has been nominated for a GLAAD (Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) Award for article "Beyond the Fence: Conjuring the Lives of Martyr Matthew Shepard," which appeared in the November 3, 1998, Voice.
In Elizabeth Zimmer's review of Vaudeville 2000 last week, Laraine Goodman was incorrectly identified as the founder of Pedicabs of New York. George Bliss was the founder; Goodman worked with him in launching the company.
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