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Photo of Sacramento News & Review Sacramento News & Review
(916) 498-1234

Innovative and intelligent, Sacramento’s favorite weekly publication has long been the Sacramento News & Review. In fact, the News & Review is Sacramento’s second-largest newspaper, so its readers are as diverse as Sacramento itself. With irreverence and attitude, the News & Review tackles local, state and national issues in a way that keeps readers coming back for more.…

Photo of Salt Lake City Weekly Salt Lake City Weekly
(801) 575-7003

Having carved a large niche of young, affluent, and educated Utahns, Salt Lake City Weekly is regarded as a welcome, independent voice in an area that truly needs one. More than 1,600 outlets distribute Salt Lake City Weekly in the Wasatch Front cities of Salt Lake City, Ogden, Park City, Provo/Orem, and Moab. Salt Lake City Weekly is recognized for its thorough investigative stories, insightful political coverage and biting commentary.…

Photo of San Antonio Current San Antonio Current
(210) 227-0044

The San Antonio Current, San Antonio's award-winning alternative media company, has served as the city's premiere multimedia source of alternative news, events and culture since 1986. We dig deep into the issues that affect our community and we fearlessly cover the most important things happening in San Antonio's cultural landscape. We are the alternative voice for San Antonio's fun, intelligent, socially conscious night owls and like our readers, we want to make this city a better place to live, one story at a time.…

Photo of San Diego CityBeat San Diego CityBeat
(619) 281-7526

San Diego CityBeat is San Diego's Real Alternative Newsweekly publication. CityBeat is published every Wednesday with a weekly circulation of 44,000. San Diego CityBeat has earned strong community readership by reflecting the diverse area it serves. The distribution area includes all of San Diego County, from the Mexican border in the South County, to Oceanside in the North County.

Photo of San Diego Reader San Diego Reader
(619) 235-3000

Published weekly since October 1972, the San Diego Reader is well-known as a showcase for San Diego's best writers and photographers. The Reader is trimmed and stapled, with a glossy cover. Specializing in feature stories, the Reader covers San Diego life in general, with emphasis on politics and the arts and entertainment. The Reader publishes comprehensive listings of movies, events, theater and music, restaurant and film reviews, and free classifieds.…

Photo of San Luis Obispo New Times San Luis Obispo New Times
(805) 546-8208

New Times is one of the great success stories of California's Central Coast. We started in 1986 with nothing more than one Macintosh computer and three hard-working partners who wouldn't listen when everyone told them they were crazy to start a weekly newspaper. New Times is now the most sought-after publication in the region reaching 114,000 readers each week.…

Photo of Santa Barbara Independent Santa Barbara Independent
(805) 965-5205

The Santa Barbara Independent, located in one of the California's most beautiful destination resort areas, provides the most comprehensive arts, entertainment and in-depth news coverage of the South Coast region. The 25-year-old Santa Barbara Independent is considered a must-read by locals and tourists, both for its extensive arts coverage and its tough environmental reporting. The Independent is actively involved in community affairs, sponsoring more than 125 charity events, nonprofit fund-raisers and community festivals.…

Photo of Santa Fe Reporter Santa Fe Reporter
(505) 988-5541

When it was founded in 1974, the Santa Fe Reporter's mission was to create lively competition for a stodgy and timid daily press. That tradition continues today. The Reporter investigates beneath the surface, presenting in-depth stories often overlooked or uninvestigated by the daily press. As a result SFR has distinguished itself with strong coverage of local politics and award-winning writing about the city.…

Photo of Sentinel Colorado Sentinel Colorado
(303) 750-7555

Photo of Seven Days Seven Days
(802) 864-5684

Seven Days is a lively mix of local arts, news and opinion that examines and celebrates political and cultural life in Vermont. The paper links a "community" of 71,370 educated, active readers in urban, suburban and rural areas within an hour of supremely "liveable" metro Burlington. More than 90 percent have attended college. Weekly, audited distribution extends to seven ski areas and 12 college campuses, including Middlebury College and the University of Vermont.…

Photo of Shepherd Express Shepherd Express
(414) 276-2222

During a time when most of the country’s prominent alternative weekly newspapers have been consolidated and streamlined by corporations, the Shepherd Express has beat the odds, remaining locally owned. The paper has emerged from its unlikely beginning as a satirical UWM newspaper—25 years ago—to become one of Milwaukee’s most respected sources of local news, politics, arts and music coverage, and has used its status to champion other local causes.…

Photo of SLUG Magazine SLUG Magazine
(801) 487-9221

SLUG Magazine, an acronym for Salt Lake UnderGround, is one of Utah's longest running and most experienced independent magazines. Since 1989, SLUG has provided coverage of Utah's thriving alternative and underrepresented cultures, and continues to expand its coverage as local music, art, action sports, food, technology and entertainment communities develop and grow. Always responsive to its readership and industry trends, SLUG Magazine has branched out online with exclusive content, festival coverage, photo galleries, a podcast and complete archives of all their issues available on SLUGMag.com.

Photo of Source Weekly Source Weekly
(541) 383-0800

In a region with thin media coverage, the Source has been a steady presence for the past 18 years in Central Oregon (especially for the ski/bike/beer town of Bend). Snappy music reviews, enthusiastic event coverage and insightful news analysis, the Source is only growing stronger.

Photo of Style Weekly Style Weekly
(804) 358-0825

For more than 30 years, Style Weekly has been a significant part of the Greater Richmond community through its journalism, community involvement and business presence. Our alternative newsweekly publishes every Wednesday. Our wide range of active and engaged readers are fiercely loyal to our award-winning content.

Photo of Syracuse New Times Syracuse New Times
(315) 422-7011

The Syracuse New Times, one of the oldest, locally owned alternative newsweeklies in America (founded 1969), delivers a welcome dose of insight and irreverence to a region otherwise dominated by corporate-owned media . Each issue contains news, features and commentary on politics, sports, visual arts, entertainment, food, film, music, real estate, the area's most complete events calendar and its most readable classified.…