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Photo of C-Ville Weekly C-Ville Weekly
(434) 817-2749

C-VILLE Weekly is Charlottesville’s leading newspaper. Founded in 1989, it’s been the area’s local source for informative (and informed) stories in news, arts, and living for more than 26 years. C-VILLE Weekly reaches 60,000+ readers with 23,000 weekly copies and a website that averages over 10,000 unique visitors per week. Readers of C-VILLE look to us for clear, magazine-quality writing, the best arts coverage in town, comprehensive food and entertainment listings and sharp design.…

Photo of Charleston City Paper Charleston City Paper
(843) 577-5304

Founded in 1997, the locally owned and operated City Paper is Charleston's only weekly alternative newspaper and the second-largest publication in the metro Charleston area. Reaching a strong mix of active, affluent locals and tourists, the City Paper has thrived in a market that consistently ranks as one of the nation's most sought after locations to visit and to live.…

Photo of Chicago Reader Chicago Reader
(312) 222-6920

Chicago Reader, a pioneer of the weekly alternative press, is one of the largest and most successful AAN publications, recognized throughout the industry for both editorial excellence and advertising impact. It publishes an average of 100 pages per week in a tabloid format that enables advertisers to target consumers based on their lifestyle and affinity, including nightlife, dining, culture and more.…

Photo of Chico News & Review Chico News & Review
(530) 894-2300

In Chico, the best news all week comes from one place only: The Chico News & Review. Since 1977, the News & Review has been the newspaper of record in Chico. No other paper has been able to capture the magic of Chico, and we at the News & Review pride ourselves on our ability to do just that.…

Photo of Chronogram Chronogram
(845) 334-8600

What do the capital of the world, New York City, and the capital of New York State, Albany, have in common (besides both being capitals)?  The Hudson River, and the valley rising along its banks. The Hudson Valley is a region rich in physical beauty, communities rich with progressive sensibility, and abundant resources to support thriving local economies.…

Photo of Cincinnati CityBeat Cincinnati CityBeat

Life in Cincinnati has a discernible rhythm. A pulse. A beat. It takes a wily alternative newspaper to measure the contradictions and rhythms of daily life here. And that's why CityBeat exists. To pick up on the beat of a city struggling to compete in the new millennium while firmly rooted in -- some would say shackled to -- traditions of the past.…

Photo of CIty Newspaper CIty Newspaper
(585) 244-3329

City Newspaper, celebrating 41 years of publishing, is the largest-circulation newsweekly in the metro Rochester area. Its award-winning staff provides intelligent, provocative analysis of local, national, and international issues. Jazz, rock, blues, and film writers offer lively, respected, and hotly debated coverage of their fields. Its arts writers provide the region's best, most extensive coverage on a beat that includes a major symphony orchestra, an internationally known dance troupe, several professional theater groups, and important museums.…

Photo of City Pulse City Pulse
(517) 371-5600

Photo of Cleveland Scene Cleveland Scene
(216) 241-7550

In 1970, Richard Kabat saw an opportunity for an entertainment-centric weekly and launched Cleveland Scene with a loan from his brother. Then he and his inexperienced staff held on long enough to catch one of the last waves of money to wash over Cleveland, the rock-and-nightlife boom of the '70s and '80s. Scene and music would become almost synonymous.…

Photo of Coachella Valley Independent Coachella Valley Independent

The Coachella Valley Independent is the valley's only true source of independent news, arts coverage, commentary and culture. We believe in true, honest journalism: We want to afflict the comfortable, and comfort the afflicted. We want to be a mirror for the entire Coachella Valley. We want to inform, enlighten and entertain. We will never let advertisers determine what we cover, and how we cover things.…

Photo of Colorado Springs Independent Colorado Springs Independent

No sacred cows. Balanced investigative reporting. Bold graphics. Crisp writing. Crusading columnists, often at odds with one another. Arts and cultural reviews, previews, insights and trends. Absolutely the best events calendar around. Plus a healthy dose of comics and humor. This is what the 126,000 regular readers of the Colorado Springs Independent expect week in, week out from the Pikes Peak region's largest locally owned newspaper.…

Photo of Columbia Free Times Columbia Free Times
(803) 765-0707

Free Times serves South Carolina's capital city of Columbia as a fresh and independent voice covering news, politics, arts and entertainment. One of the two largest non-daily newspapers in South Carolina, Free Times enjoys a large and loyal following from an impressively active and engaged group of readers. As certified by Media Audit, Free Times reaches 129,300 readers in the Columbia area (spring 2007).…

Photo of Creative Loafing Atlanta Creative Loafing Atlanta
(404) 688-5623

Creative Loafing Atlanta and its website clatl.com are Atlanta’s leading sources of information about life in the city. The newspaper was founded in 1972 and reaches a total audience of more than 535,000. It is owned by SouthComm.

Photo of Creative Loafing Charlotte Creative Loafing Charlotte
(704) 522-8334

Charlotte Creative Loafing was started in 1987 by the founders of Creative Loafing in Atlanta as their first venture into other markets. Over the years, CL has made its distinctive mark in the Charlotte market by emphasizing quality writing, hard hitting stories, and the most complete arts, entertainment and events listings in the area.…

Photo of Creative Loafing Tampa Creative Loafing Tampa
(813) 739-4800

As a free weekly newspaper and website, Creative Loafing has served the Tampa Bay area for more than quarter of a century with its cultural and political reporting, reviews, food and drink news, events coverage and much more. We do more than inform the community. We're a part of the community — we're advocates, consumers, influencers and entertainers as well as reporters, invested and involved in every aspect of local and regional life in both professional and personal roles.…