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Adam Cayton-Holland a Big Winner at the 2014 Denver Comedy Awards

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Sexpot Comedy honored the Mile High City's funniest people at the 2014 Denver Comedy Awards at 3 Kings Tavern on January 17. The big winner? Former Westword staffer Adam Cayton-Holland, who was honored not just as the Comic of the Year, but for his podcast, his website, the comedy festival he co-founded and the comedy night he's part of. Keep reading for the rest of the awards. See also: Podcast Profile of Adam Cayton-Holland and My Dining Room Table And the winners are:

Comic of the Year: Adam Cayton-Holland

Comic to Watch in 2015: Jordan Doll

Best New Transplant: Anthony Crawford

Favorite Visiting Comic: Rory Scovel

Best Joke Writer: Zach Reinert

Video of the Year: The Nix Bros, Insufferable Brunch

Best Podcast: My Dining Room Table

Best Themed Show: Comics Against Civility

Best Standup Showcase: The Grawlix

Best Open Mic: Friday at 3 Kings with Nathan Lund

Best Event: High Plains Comedy Festival Best Comedy Fan: Dave Caldwell

Best Host: Jordan Doll

Best Hustler: Jake Browne

Unsung Hero: John Wenzel

Best Use of Social Media: Jake Browne

Best Website: Adam Cayton-Holland Best Comedy Sponsor: Sexy Pizza

Best Venue: The Deer Pile

Find our more here; see our complete slide show of the ceremony here.

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