Here is the complete list of 2018 GANYC Apple Award Winners:
Outstanding Achievement in Support of NYC Culture
New York Transit Museum
Outstanding Achievement in Support of NYC Tourism
Paul Torres, Head of Sales at Statue Cruises
Outstanding Achievement in Support of NYC Preservation
Municipal Art Society of New York
Outstanding NYC Website
NYPL Digital Collections
Outstanding Achievement in NYC Photography
Andrew Garn, 'Pigeon with a View'
Outstanding Achievement in NYC Radio Program or Podcast (Audio/Spoken Word)
'Joanna and Kevin's Big Show', Kevin Fitzpatrick & Joanna Holliday
Outstanding Achievement in Fiction NYC Book Writing
Manhattan Beach, by Jennifer Egan
Outstanding Achievement in Non-Fiction NYC Book Writing
Greater Gotham: A History of New York City from 1898 to 1919 (The History of NYC Series), by Mike Wallace
Outstanding Achievement in Essay/Article/Series Writing
Death of a Once Great City: The fall of New York and the urban crisis of affluence, by Kevin Baker
Outstanding Achievement in NYC Food
ReThink Food NYC Inc
Outstanding NYC Museum Exhibitions
Poetry in Motion at 25, at The New York Transit Museum
In addition, GANYC presented two legacy awards: The Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to Drama Book Shop owner Rozanne Seelen, and the Guiding Spirit Award was presented to Nina Mende!
The dozens of nominees across 11 Outstanding Achievement categories were announced by the GANYC Awards Committee in December; visit https://www.ganyc.org/2019-ganyc-apple-awards to view the complete list of nominees. The GANYC membership voted on the nominees through mid-January, leading up to the awards ceremony on March 4, where the winners were announced.
ABOUT GANYC: The Guides Association of New York City (GANYC) is New York City’s professional tour guides association. Founded in 1974 by licensed guides for licensed guides, GANYC is one of the oldest and most active tour-guide associations in America. All GANYC members are licensed by the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs. For more information about GANYC, please visit www.ganyc.org.