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Vote now in the (delayed slightly) Brass Crescent Awards!

posted by Aziz Poonawalla

Voting in this year’s Brass Crescent Awards is now underway, after a few months’ delay. Here’s the explanation from the official site: We would like to sincerely apologize for the delay in this year’s voting. The reason for the delay […]

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Nominations now open for the 11th Annual Brass Crescent Awards

posted by Aziz Poonawalla

The Brass Crescent Awards is an annual awards ceremony that honors the best writers and thinkers of the emerging Muslim blogosphere (aka the Islamsphere). Nominations are taken from blog readers, who then vote for the winners. Founded in 2004 by […]

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Vote now in the 10th Annual Brass Crescent Awards!

posted by Aziz Poonawalla

What are the Brass Crescent Awards? Founded in 2004 by myself and Shahed Amanullah, the Brass Crescent Awards are named for the Story of the City of Brass in the Thousand and One Nights. Today, the Islamsphere is forging a […]

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Nominations now open for the 10th Annual Brass Crescent Awards

posted by Aziz Poonawalla

What are the Brass Crescent Awards? Founded in 2004 by myself and Shahed Amanullah, the Brass Crescent Awards are named for the Story of the City of Brass in the Thousand and One Nights. Today, the Islamsphere is forging a […]

Nominations now open for the 9th Annual Brass Crescent Awards

posted by Aziz Poonawalla

It’s that time of year again – to nominate your favorite blogs and bloggers for the Brass Crescent Awards! The nomination phase will end shortly after Eid al-Fitr, and polls will be open shortly thereafter. Inshallah, winners will be announced […]

Winners of the 8th Annual Brass Crescent Awards!

posted by Aziz Poonawalla

The winners are announced – head over to BrassCrescent.org and check them out! Congratulations to all winners, runners-up, and nominees!

Nominations for Brass Crescent Awards open until Sep 6th

posted by Aziz Poonawalla

There’s only a week left before the nominations phase for the Brass Crescent Awards ends on Tuesday, Sep. 6th – so be sure to visit BrassCrescent.org and register your picks! Here are this year’s categories: BEST MUSLIM BLOG: This category […]

The 8th Annual Brass Crescent Awards – nominations now open

posted by Aziz Poonawalla

What are the Brass Crescent Awards? They are named for the Story of the City of Brass in the Thousand and One Nights. Today, the Islamsphere is forging a new synthesis of Islam and modernity, and is the intellectual heir […]

7th Annual Brass Crescent Awards – nominations

posted by Aziz Poonawalla

in partnership with Shahed Amanullah of altmuslim.com, I am pleased to announce that the 6th Annual Brass Crescent Awards are now underway! What are the Brass Crescent Awards? They are named for the Story of the City of Brass in the Thousand and […]

Voting open for the Brass Crescent Awards!

posted by Aziz Poonawalla

It’s time to once again cast your vote for the Islamsphere’s best and brightest – the polls are now open in the 6th Anual Brass Crescent Awards for the Islamic Blogsphere! This year we were a little delayed with the […]

Hiatus

posted by Aziz Poonawalla

City of Brass will be on a short hiatus starting today and all through next week. I am sure most of the blogsphere will not even notice, but for anyone who does actually stop by here to read what I […]

The 6th Annual Brass Crescent Awards

posted by Aziz Poonawalla

in partnership with Shahed Amanullah of altmuslim.com, I am pleased to announce that the 6th Annual Brass Crescent Awards are now underway! What are the Brass Crescent Awards? They are named for the Story of the City of Brass in […]

5th Annual Brass Crescent Awards Winners

posted by Aziz Poonawalla

On behalf of both altmuslim.com and City of Brass, we’d like to thank the nearly 1000 people who voted in the Fifth Annual Brass Crescent Awards. Voting was very close in most categories, and we would like to be the […]

Brass Crescent Awards – Voting Phase

posted by Aziz Poonawalla

The voting phase for the Brass Crescent Awards has now begun (though a bit later than expected). We have some really great blogs for you all to vote on, so head over and make your choices! As it says on […]

Nominations open for Brass Crescent Awards

posted by Aziz Poonawalla

Just a reminder – the Nominations phase for the Brass Crescent Awards are now underway. Head over to brasscrescent.org to nominate your favorite blogs in any of the following categories: BEST BLOG: This category honors the most indispensable, Muslim-authored blog […]

5th Annual Brass Crescent Awards

posted by Aziz Poonawalla

in partnership with Shahed Amanullah of altmuslim.com, I am pleased to announce that the 5th Annual Brass Crescent Awards are now underway! What are the Brass Crescent Awards? They are named for the Story of the City of Brass in […]

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