Chatham Living by the Sea magazine has won several 2020 Folio Award, the magazine world’s equivalent to the Oscars, Publisher Janice Rogers announced.
Every year, Folio’s Eddie & Ozzie Awards showcase the best and the brightest magazines, from their content and design to marketing initiatives and community involvement. Out of thousands of entries narrowed down to about 300 winners, Chatham Living received the following awards:
- Winner: Special Recognition Award to Editor-in-Chief Lisa Connors and Publisher Janice Rogers for Audience Engagement/Community Management
- Winner: Magazine Launch/City & Regional
- Honorable Mention: In the category for Single Article/City & Regional/Northeast: “Beacon Hill by the Sea,” a story about Riptide, a classic Colonial Revival on Shore Road renovated and updated by Polhemus Savery DaSilva (PSD). Story written by Carol K. Dumas, with photography by Brian Vanden Brink.
Chatham Living by the Sea presents stories about Chatham’s vibrant restaurant scene, business owners, fishermen, history, artisans and community leaders. The glossy publication, which comes out twice a year (in spring and fall), is available at Chatham Village Market and Barnes & Noble in Hyannis, Hingham, Boston, Connecticut and New York. The fall/winter 2020 issue will be available on newsstands Oct. 9.
For a complete list of Folio’s Eddie & Ozzie Awards, visit foliomag.com/go/2020-eddie-and-ozzie-awards/
To order a copy of Chatham Living by the Sea, visit chathamlivingmag.com