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Se­ri­ous times have in­spired LGBT At­lantans to fa­vor the as­tute per­spec­tive of pub­lic ra­dio over Top 40 di­vas, as (wabe.org) won a some­what sur­pris­ing vic­tory as best ra­dio sta­tion. WABE has long been a fa­vorite of the com­mu­nity for its in­depth re­port­ing and on-air tal­ent, but real news has never been as im­por­tant now that we’re liv­ing un­der a pres­i­dent who ped­dles al­ter­na­tive re­al­i­ties.

Sec­ond-place fin­isher (www. q100at­lanta.com) re­mains a go-to sta­tion for mu­sic, as does (www.b985.com), which fin­ished third.

B98.5 Writer/Play­wright WABE 90.1 Q100

Clock­wise from above: Out Front Theatre Com­pany won Best The­ater for the first time, Royce Hall nabbed Best Per­for­mance Artist/Vis­ual Artist and in­ves­tiga­tive re­porter Jim Bur­ress and the staff at WABE won Best Ra­dio Sta­tion. (File and cour­tesy pho­tos)

Per­for­mance Artist/Vis­ual Artist

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