San Francisco Bay Guardian's Bruce Brugmann has been named as one of the honorees of Columbia Journalism School's annual Alumni Awards.
In a six to one decision, the California Supreme Court has denied SF Weekly's petition to review the $22 million judgment against it.
As the ongoing legal dispute between SFBG and SF Weekly continues to wind its way through the courts, the San Francisco Chronicle runs a Sunday profile on Bruce Brugmann.
San Francisco Bay Guardian founder and publisher Bruce Brugmann calls the reporting in this week's anniversary issue, "the Guardian at its best."
Design consultant Ron Reason checks in with a post describing two alt-weeklies he found circulating in the Nevada desert.
In his New York Times column, David Carr pays a visit to the San Francisco Bay Guardian's Bruce Brugmann.
The San Antonio Express is reporting that effective
yesterday today, Elaine Wolff has resigned as editor of the San Antonio Current.
Commenting on the ongoing battle between San Francisco Bay Guardian and SF Weekly, Jonathan Weber of The Bay Citizen writes that alt-weeklies with a strong local focus will be better positioned to maintain reader loyalty.
San Francisco Bay Guardian editor Tim Redmond says California's Unfair Practices Act protects small businesses and competition. Reason magazine calls it "nauseating."