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The Society for Professional Journalists has chosen New Times Broward-Palm BeachStaff Writer Sam Eifling's "Hot Dog, Ho!" as the best feature story in the nation for 2004 in a newspaper with less than 100,000 circulation.
The story detailed the bizarre world of speed eating through the life and times of Hollywood resident Joe LaRue, who competed with the world's hot dog eaters on Coney Island. The same story was also a finalist in the International Society of Culinary Professionals' Bert Greene Awards.
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