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The National Association of Hispanic Publications has honored Hilton Head Island-based La Isla Magazine again this year with multiple José Martí awards, according to a news release from the magazine.
This marks the fourth consecutive year that La Isla, a bilingual magazine serving the Hispanic community of the Lowcountry and Coastal Empire, has received the awards, among the oldest and largest for Hispanic media in the United States.
La Isla took 10 of them. These included four gold, four silver and two bronze awards in several categories, including gold for outstanding design for glossy format and silver for outstanding bilingual glossy magazine. Other categories in which the magazine was recognized included outstanding special section, outstanding inside and cover design, and outstanding articles on business, culture and lifestyle.