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Photo of The Coast, Halifax’s Weekly The Coast, Halifax’s Weekly
(902) 422-6278

There's more to know about Halifax than fiddle music and the pretty scenery. There are more active universities in Halifax than any other city in Canada. 21% of the population is under the age of 20. Shambhala Buddhism calls Halifax divine, and thousands of American Buddhist immigrants agree. Halifax filmmakers, musicians, artists, cartoonist make some of the best shit in Canada.…

Photo of The Pitch The Pitch
(816) 561-6061

Kansas City leaders may have shuttered the brothels and torn down the stockyards that once defined the town--and the mobsters may have blown themselves up in disco bombings back in the '70s--but there are still plenty of stories to tell about this metropolitan area of nearly two million sturdy Midwesterners. The Pitch tells those stories.…

Photo of The Portland Mercury The Portland Mercury
(503) 294-0840

Like the city it serves, the Portland Mercury is decidedly creative and independent. Founded in 2000 as a sister publication to Seattle’s The Stranger, the Mercury offers a unique point of view that Portland, Oregon trusts and relies on.  Reaching outgoing, fun-loving, and politically active young urbanites, the Mercury differentiates itself from the local media pack with brash, irreverent wit and insightful investigative reports.…

Photo of The Reader The Reader
(402) 341-7323

Our readers, dissatisfied with the safe and sterile reporting found in most of the local media, look to our pages for honesty, attitude, truth and humor. We pride ourselves on hard-hitting, investigative news stories as well as cutting-edge arts coverage. In addition to feature stories, The Reader publishes an alternative health column; and a poetic and mysterious horoscope written by a local blues artist.…

Photo of The Stranger The Stranger
(206) 323-7101

The Stranger defines, defends, and sometimes defies the culture and politics of Seattle. Our coverage arises from a resolutely urban point of view, offering a unique perspective on the topics that matter most to people who live, work, and play in Seattle. Our original news reporting is relentless and outspoken. Our smart, funny entertainment coverage sets the tone of the city’s cultural conversation.…

Photo of The Tulsa Voice The Tulsa Voice
(918) 585-9924

The Tulsa Voice is Tulsa’s alternative for news, commentary, and entertainment, a resource and an advocate for the earnest and unruly here. On this site and in the pages of our newspaper, on stands in more than 500 locations around town, you will meet the ones fueling our city’s art and music scenes, as well as those who grow what we eat and mix what we drink.…

Photo of Toledo City Paper Toledo City Paper
(419) 244-9859

The Toledo City Paper burst onto the Glass City scene in 1997, bringing a bold new voice to a region that was ready for an alternative. Published weekly through 2008 and biweekly to the present day, the City Paper offers an ever-changing array of timely coverage, from under-the-radar local news stories to insightful arts reporting.…

Photo of Triad City Beat Triad City Beat
(336) 256-9320

Triad City Beat exists to chronicle the Triad cities as low-cost incubators of innovation, sustainability and creativity. We publish smart reporting and writing that recognizes the intelligence of our readers. An informed citizenry is the lifeblood of democracy, and we take our responsibility seriously to provide good journalism to hold economic and governmental powers accountable, both locally and across North Carolina.…

Photo of Tucson Weekly Tucson Weekly
(520) 797-4384

Founded in 1984, the Tucson Weekly has become an iconoclastic institution in this sprawling desert boom town with a population approaching 1 million. With its reputation for diverse, compelling journalism with an edge, the paper has built a readership of nearly 200,000 Tucsonans who rely on the Weekly for its insightful cultural coverage, provocative analyses of local politics and the development industry, and offbeat feature writing and profiles.…