Washington Post
August 10, 2002

Ozzy, Seen Through a Prism

The Sixth Annual Prism Awards show had a Capitol Hill screening Tuesday night in the Dirksen Senate Office Building, after a ceremony hosted by award winner Ananda Lewis. Prism awards, presented by the Entertainment Industries Council, recognize industry efforts to accurately depict the effects of drug, alcohol and tobacco use. Lewis won for the episode of her talk show "Clearing the Air: Christy Turlington Talks About Smoking," which examined the health effects of smoking on women and the difficulties of quitting. Rocker and reality-TV star Ozzy Osbourne continued to boost his "good dad" credentials, winning the first music award for his song "Junkie" from his 2001 album "Down to Earth," about the horrors of addiction.