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Oakland Indie Awards 2011 

Paula Wirth
Mike Hannigan of Give Something Back, which won the pillar award.
Paula Wirth
Winners received a custom Indie Awards labeled bottle of wine, courtesy of Urban Legend Winery.
State senator Loni Hancock.
Representatives from the Mandela Food Cooperative.
Berkeley Mayor Tom Bates presenting an award to Maria from Raising Loafer.
Jean Quan presenting an award to Chamberz Studios, located inneighborhood she considers one of her "beats".
Vendor K-Dubb.
Oakland Outlaws Roller Derby Girls posing with guests at the East Bay Express photo booth.
Oakland's fiftyseven-thirtythree screenprinting the newest Oakland Grown T-shirts which read, "Corporations are legally people, but they are kind of douchie people. Shop indie!"
More pics from the East Bay Express photobooth, some featuring the famous Oakland Outlaws Roller Derby Girls.
More of the newest Oakland Grown T-shirt.
Loretta, owner of fiftyseven-thirtythree, posing next to the Eddie Colla-designed East Bay Express art rack tower.
The Outlaws with some Trumer Pils, who donated kegs and cups for the event.
Kids from Kinetic Arts showing off their stuff at the event.
Live art by an Indie Awards nominee.
Awards Ceremony audience in the Kaiser Center auditorium.
Jean Quan, mayor of Oakland, and her husband, Floyd Huen.
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Jean Quan presenting an award to Chamberz Studios, located inneighborhood she considers one of her "beats".
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