Three editorial employees have been laid off from the San Francisco Bay Guardian, including veteran reporter Sarah Phelan.
East Bay Express, Palo Alto Weekly, San Francisco Bay Guardian and SF Weekly were honored by the San Francisco Peninsula Press Club on Saturday.
San Diego CityBeat has given its annual Summer Guide a creative twist this year by designing an interactive "Choose Your Own Summer Adventure" issue for readers.
San Francisco Bay Guardian picked up the coveted General Excellence award from the California Newspaper Publishers Association. Palo Alto Weekly led all alt-weeklies with ten awards.
In concert with Sunshine Week, San Diego CityBeat has collaborated with a local organization to launch Open San Diego Flashlight, an online bookmark collection which makes government records and public databases more accessible.
The Tribes of Burning Man: How An Experimental City in the Desert is Shaping the New American Counterculture, evolved out of a series of cover stories that Jones wrote for the Bay Guardian.
John Ross, a freelancer for the San Francisco Bay Guardian and the author of a 2007 investigation into the murder of journalist Brad Will in Oaxaca, Mexico, has died at the age of 72.
Former San Antonio Current editor Elaine Wolff has launched a subscription news website -- Plaza De Armas -- with former San Antonio Express-News political reporter Greg Jefferson.
With minimal fanfare, the San Francisco Bay Guardian and SF Weekly both announced today that the two parties have "settled their differences on mutually acceptable terms."
Kuro Crow is a collection of three short stories that were inspired by Maass' observations of Tokyo at the turn of the 21st Century.