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COME BACK IN JULY
In Italy, tourism promoters and Pope John Paul II evidently aren't on the same page. Greeting hundreds of visitors, many of them foreign nationals, at his Castelgandolfo residence outside Rome amid snow flurries on Easter Monday, the pontiff smiled from the balcony. "Go home," he advised. "It's too cold."
2001 Pulitzer Prize winners
Public Service: The Oregonian, Portland
Breaking News: The Miami Herald staff, for the seizure of Elian Gonzalez
Investigative Reporting: David Willman, the Los Angeles Times
Explanatory Reporting: Chicago Tribune staff, for coverage of the chaotic US air-traffic system
Beat Reporting: David Cay Johnston, The New York Times
National Reporting: The New York Times staff, for its series on race
International Reporting: Ian Johnson, The Wall Street Journal; Paul Salopek, Chicago Tribune
Feature Writing: Tom Hallman Jr., The Oregonian, Portland
Commentary: Dorothy Rabino-witz, The Wall Street Journal
Criticism: Gail Caldwell, The Boston Globe
Editorial Writing: David Moats, Rutland (Vt.) Herald
Editorial Cartooning: Ann Telnaes, L.A. Times Syndicate
Spot News Photography: Alan Diaz, Associated Press, for the seizure of Elian Gonzalez
Feature Photography: Matt Rainey, The Star-Ledger, Newark, N.J.
Fiction: Michael Chabon, "The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay"
Drama: David Auburn, "Proof"
History: Joseph J. Ellis, "Founding Brothers: The Revolutionary Generation"
Biography: David Levering Lewis (second volume) "W.E.B. Du Bois: The Fight for Equality and The American Century"
Poetry: Stephen Dunn, "Different Hours"
General Nonfiction: Herbert P. Bix, "Hirohito and the Making of Modern Japan"
Music: John Corigliano, "Symphony No. 2 for String Orchestra"
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