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I was featured in a blog series for the event, which received various awards within the year.

Grammatically correct? Should there be a comma after event?
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  1. When Not to Use Commas with Who and Which
    There is often confusion about when to use commas with who and which. Unfortunately, there is no simple rule. Sometimes there should be commas and sometimes there should not. The rule is: When the information provided by the clause is required to identify the person (or thing), then there are no commas.

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