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Photo of Washington City Paper Washington City Paper
(202) 332-2100

In a city where a great deal of attention is focused on national affairs, Washington City Paper maintains a relentless emphasis on local Washington. City Paper serves as the definitive local guide to cultural and civic life in the District. Beyond helping people make the most of D.C., City Paper's dedication to groundbreaking reporting of local affairs reflects a strong commitment to the watchdog role of the alternative press.…

Photo of Wausau City Pages Wausau City Pages
(715) 845-5171

The people of Wausau, Wisc., are proud of their community. As the last city before the great Northwoods, this metro area is the retail, commercial and cultural hub for north and central Wisconsin. Wausau leads the nation in per capita giving to the arts and is home to many prestigious philanthropic organizations. The city is also home to the oldest annual Blues Festival in the state, the Festival of Fine Arts, a Renaissance Faire, and a strong, stable employment base.…

Photo of Weekly Alibi Weekly Alibi
(505) 346-0660

Weekly Alibi is Albuquerque's most reliable source for news and entertainment the other guys ignore. Not an easy task because Albuquerque boasts one of the most culturally diverse populations in the country--people from all walks of life with all kinds of tastes and inclinations. It has been through our concerted effort to present alternative angles, our desire to provide a forum for those within the community and our award-winning writing that Weekly Alibi has achieved such status and earned the respect and loyalty of 160,000-plus readers each and every week.…

Photo of Westword Westword
(303) 296-7744

Back in 1977, Denver was booming. Thousands of Baby Boomers were fleeing the coasts, lured to Colorado by the climate, the scenery, the promise of endlessly flowing Coors. But with the deluge came a dilemma: so many young, active people -- and so little that told them what was happening in their increasingly dynamic city. That's why we started Westword.…

Photo of Willamette Week Willamette Week
(503) 243-2122

Willamette Week is Portland's award-winning alternative: The only weekly newspaper ever to win the Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting (2005). Because of our investigative reporting, cultural coverage, city guides and events, we have become Oregon’s leading news source for Portlanders between 18 and 54. 36 percent of all TriCounty adults regularly read Willamette Week and wweek.com.…

Photo of Worcester Magazine Worcester Magazine
(508) 749-3166

Voted Newspaper of the Year by the New England Press Association, Worcester Mag is the lone independent voice in New England's second-largest city. Its mix of investigative reporting, issue analysis, personality profiles and opinion makes Worcester Mag a must-read in Worcester and the surrounding region, which stretches from Central Massachusetts to the Boston suburbs. A classically-formatted alternative weekly newspaper (despite its name), Worcester Mag also features an award-winning A&E section containing dedicated music, culture and film/video pages, along with a comprehensive calendar.…