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News, The Snitch <i>Bay Guardian</i> to Get Even More Progressive Under New Ownership

Bay Guardian to Get Even More Progressive Under New Ownership

Although we're shocked, we weren't surprised to read the news this evening that the San Francisco Bay Guardian was pretty damn close to selling out to the San Francisco Examiner, considering rumors of a pending sale had already hit the…
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News, The Snitch <i>Guardian-Examiner</i> Headlines We'd Like to Read

Guardian-Examiner Headlines We'd Like to Read

We're thinking the same thing most readers are about this potential union between the historically conservative Examiner and the left-leaning Bay Guardian ... what the hell?We can only imagine what kind of headlines we might get out of this seemingly incompatible…
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News, The Snitch <i>Guardian</i> Tries to Sell Out

Guardian Tries to Sell Out

Every progressive has his price. For the San Francisco Bay Guardian, it's apparently $1  million. For decades, the Guardian and its staff have insulted the Weekly and its writers because we were purchased by an out-of-town corporation. Now that the…
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News, The Snitch Bruce Brugmann Says Examiner Doesn't Belong in San Francisco

Bruce Brugmann Says Examiner Doesn't Belong in San Francisco

This weekend, Bruce Brugmann, the publisher and co-owner of the famously liberal San Francisco Bay Guardian, decided it was time to try to shame some of his competitors, namely the right-wing San Francisco Examiner, out of business. During the web…
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Guardian Editor: How Dare You Call Me Anti-Tax?

The San Francisco Bay Guardian's Tim Redmond today called us with some spirited criticism of an item we ran last week stating the paper's editors would personally benefit from Prop. 13 legislation they endorsed.In the item, we noted that the…
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News, The Snitch Guardian Editors Would Benefit from Prop. 13 Legislation They Endorsed

Guardian Editors Would Benefit from Prop. 13 Legislation They Endorsed

On Nov. 3, 2003 the Wall Street Journal published a letter from Warren Buffett in which the Nebraska billionaire explained his negative view of California's Proposition 13, the 1978 law that limits property tax assessments to the original sale price,…
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News, The Snitch Fake Bruce Brugmann Joins Twitter; Is Drunk, Bossy

Fake Bruce Brugmann Joins Twitter; Is Drunk, Bossy

Once upon a time, if you wanted to roast your newspaper editor, you would make a drunken speech at an office party or draw a funny cartoon. But that was back in the bad old days, before fake Twitter accounts…
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News, The Snitch Guardian Cell-Phone Antennas Approved; Opponents Vow Appeal

Guardian Cell-Phone Antennas Approved; Opponents Vow Appeal

Foes Assert Project is Un-American, Will Hurt Children...The San Francisco Planning Commission today unanimously approved San Francisco Bay Guardian Publisher Bruce Brugmann's application to rent the rooftop of his newspaper offices to T-Mobile for cellular antennas over the opposition of…
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News, The Snitch Exposing Brugmann's Cell Phone Tower Scheme

Exposing Brugmann's Cell Phone Tower Scheme

Today, residents in Potrero Hill were sent a letter from SF Weekly's executive editor, Michael Lacey, alerting them to an issue being ignored in the pages of the Bay Guardian. Guardian publisher Bruce Brugmann wants to erect a cell phone…
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News, The Snitch Bay Guardian Sued by Weekly's Banks

Bay Guardian Sued by Weekly's Banks

The Bay Guardian's total disregard of SF Weekly's lenders' senior lien rights have led those banks to ask a Delaware court to issue a temporary restraining order and injunction that would end Bruce Brugmann's increasingly frantic efforts to bleed money…
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SF Weekly Letters

Life Without Parole And that's the way it should be: It is all well and good to extol Lonnie Morris' supposed virtues and apparent transformation while incarcerated . However, there are really only two…
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A Higher Court

After months of foot-dragging and a "failure to file" notice from the court, the Bay Guardian last week offered a response to SF Weekly's appeal of a jury award in a predatory-pricing lawsuit. That Barry Bonds–sized judgment, compounding at a…
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News, Sucka Free City Celebrity Thanksgiving Meals

Celebrity Thanksgiving Meals

We have a lot to be thankful for this year. Some of us more than others. Some not at all. What kind of turkey are we eating for Thanksgiving? • Mayor Gavin Newsom: Aloha turkey with humble pie • Oakland…
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News, The Snitch S.F. Supes Discover The Internet Is a Series of Tubes for Sending Pennies to Your Cronies

S.F. Supes Discover The Internet Is a Series of Tubes for Sending Pennies to Your Cronies

If one attends any meeting, at any time of day or night, at San Francisco's City Hall, one's likely to find buzz-cut shutterbug Luke Thomas taking photographs for his Web site Fogcityjournal.com. His 10,000 monthly readers tune in for inside-inside-local-government…
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News, <i>SF Weekly</i> appeals the <i>Bay Guardian</i>'s big payday to a higher court

SF Weekly appeals the Bay Guardian's big payday to a higher court

Fifteen months after Bay Guardian publisher Bruce Brugmann received a staggering $16 million judgment in his predatory pricing lawsuit against SF Weekly and its parent company, it's time he and his paper were brought back to earth, Weekly attorneys argue…
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Bay Guardian's latest brain vomit — and our response

Editor's note: From the moment SF Weekly published its first issue as a New Times publication in 1995, Bruce Brugmann, Tim Redmond, and their employees at the Bay Guardian made clear their intention to run us out of town. Brugmann…
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News, The Snitch Trouble in Paradise: Chris Daly, <i>Guardian</i> Argue in Front of the Kids

Trouble in Paradise: Chris Daly, Guardian Argue in Front of the Kids

It's not often that self-respecting members of the Fourth Estate are drawn into lovers' tiffs with public officials in plain view. But such exchanges have apparently become the norm at the San Francisco Bay Guardian, where publisher Bruce Brugmann…
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News, The Snitch The Other Crusading Alt-Weekly Publisher

The Other Crusading Alt-Weekly Publisher

See if you can guess who this is: He is the owner/editor/publisher of one of the most venerable alt-weeklies in the country. He is known for his devotion to one particular issue. And despite having his pet cause rejected by…
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Prop. R: YES YES YES!!!

The Bay Guardian is always giving us crap for not doing endorsements, but we've always believed it was more important to maintain our journalistic independence than to become political power brokers. But sometimes there are matters of such importance and…
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News, The Snitch Most "Censored" Story in S.F. History: If It's Been Censored, Why do We All Know About it?

Most "Censored" Story in S.F. History: If It's Been Censored, Why do We All Know About it?

By Will Harper The cover of this week’s issue of the Bay Guardian is devoted to, yet again, Sonoma State’s Project Censored and its list of the most important stories ignored by the mainstream media. Sometimes Project Censored does unearth…
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