The Press Club of Western Pennsylvania announced the winners of the 55th annual Golden Quill Awards during a presentation on Thursday, May 29, at the Rivers Casino. The competition recognizes professional and student excellence in print, broadcast, photography, videography and digital journalism in Western Pennsylvania and nearby counties in Ohio and West Virginia.
Chronicle staff writer Adam Reinherz and former digital content manager Lauren Rosenblatt won for their story, “Homebrewing a Boozy Recipe for Friendship,” in the Lifestyle category, Non-Daily Newspapers.
Reinherz was also a finalist for “Reporter’s Notebook: Last Burial Is Communal Testament,” in the category News Features, Non-Daily Newspapers.
The Chronicle’s senior staff writer, Toby Tabachnick, was a finalist for five stories: “Sorting Through Mounds of Mail Is a Daunting Task in Wake of Shooting,” News Features, Non-Daily Newspapers; “A ‘Rose Tattoo,’ Local Jewish Landlords All Part of Holiday Miracle,” Traditional Features, Non-Daily Newspapers; “Israeli Jews, Arabs Finding Common Ground at Pittsburgh-Inspired Center,” Education, Non-Daily Newspapers; “Pittsburgh Author Uncovers Little-Known History of Female Persecution,” History/Culture, Non-Daily Newspapers; and “The Music of Bob Dylan, Served up With a Classical Twist,” Arts/Entertainment, Non-Daily Newspapers. pjc