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    News, The Snitch Back In Court

    Back In Court

    In final hearing, judge mulls Weekly arguments against anti-competitive Guardian verdict. By Andy Van De Voorde The final trial-court hearing in the Bay Guardian’s below-cost pricing lawsuit against the SF Weekly took place Tuesday at San Francisco Superior Court, capping…
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    News, The Snitch The Price of Free Speech Rises

    The Price of Free Speech Rises

    First Amendment arguments get short shrift from judge in Guardian v. Weekly lawsuit By Andy Van De Voorde Apparently unsatisfied with a $15.6 million jury verdict in its predatory pricing lawsuit against SF Weekly, the Bay Guardian Friday asked a…
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    Who You Callin' Guilty?

    The Snitch packs his things and leaves the courthouse. By Andy Van De Voorde It was a packed house Wednesday at Superior Court when the jury announced its verdict in the Bay Guardian’s predatory-pricing lawsuit against the Weekly. The Snitch…
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    Response from Village Voice Media to Verdict in Bay Guardian Lawsuit

    Today's verdict in Bruce Brugmann's suit was an expensive lesson in laws, lawyers, and lawsuits, and how one man's obsession manipulated the system. Like Ralph Nader, Bruce Brugmann is out of touch with reality. Feigning obliviousness to the Internet, the…
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    The Brute Fires Back

    Plus: The Chronicle Awakens! By Andy Van De Voorde It was a long weekend down at the courthouse bureau, where The Snitch whiled away the hours playing Nerf basketball, reading the papers and generally trying to kill time as he…
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    No News

    Jury still out in Guardian v. Weekly suit By Andy Van De Voorde After deliberating for five hours Friday, the jury in the Bay Guardian's predatory pricing lawsuit against the Weekly knocked off without a verdict. The panel will take…
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    The Waiting

    As closing arguments near, The Snitch has time to ruminate. By Andy Van De Voorde As The Snitch was killing time at his one-desk courthouse bureau, tidying up the place while awaiting tomorrow's closing arguments in the Bay Guardian's predatory…
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    Editor & Publisher Blogger Joins the Fray

    Plus: Brugmann told student journos back in 1979, "You people are about the scum of the earth" By Andy Van De Voorde The Bay Guardian's predatory pricing lawsuit against the SF Weekly is on hold today as the attorneys haggle…
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    Reality Check

    In its best year ever, the Guardian made a 5 percent profit. So how does its damages expert imagine a world in which the Guardian has a 75 percent profit margin? By Andy Van De Voorde As The Snitch was…
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    What’s Your Damage?

    Expert's Flawed Analysis: Weekly Owes Brugmann More Than the Guardian Has Made In Its Entire 40-Year History By Andy Van De Voorde Bay Guardian expert witness Clifford Kupperberg continued his testimony Thursday in the paper’s predatory pricing lawsuit against the…
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    Guardian: Weekly Capitalists Too “Aggressive”

    Plus: Brugmann's expert witness talks about imaginary profits and damages By Andy Van De Voorde SF Weekly publisher Josh Fromson returned to the witness stand Tuesday in the Bay Guardian’s predatory-pricing suit against his paper and spent most of his…
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    Weekly Publisher: Stand By For Profits

    Plus: Salt and lime with that tequila? By Andy Van De Voorde SF Weekly publisher Josh Fromson took the stand Friday in the Bay Guardian’s predatory pricing lawsuit against his publication, and answered a key question: Just why does the…
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    News, The Snitch Latest Target of Brugmann and Redmond's Wrath: The Snitch Himself!

    Latest Target of Brugmann and Redmond's Wrath: The Snitch Himself!

    Why so sensitive, boys? By Andy Van De Voorde Executive Associate Editor, Village Voice Media The Bay Guardian’s predatory pricing lawsuit against the Weekly is on hold for Lincoln's birthday, which gives The Snitch a chance to pause and reflect…
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    Music, All Shook Down Treasure Island Music Fest: In the News

    Treasure Island Music Fest: In the News

    Here's what the MSM is writing. -d2 Gate: Zion-I gets in the Chron Tribune: Ghostland gets in the Trib Guardian: Is that all the Guardian Did? CoCoTimes: Coco times picks its top acts SFWEEKLY: This Week's Cover Story. Way to…
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    News, The Snitch I'm A Gang Member: Where Can't I Go?

    I'm A Gang Member: Where Can't I Go?

    SFist has the potential answer in the form of a handy-dandy map showing color-coded, potential gang injunction zones wherein certain alleged thugs may not gather. Link to SFist Gang Map. By David Downs…
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    News, The Snitch Glory Holes: SF's Housing Inspector  as Curated Artiste

    Glory Holes: SF's Housing Inspector as Curated Artiste

    "...Sanbonmatsu estimates as many as 30 people were using this SRO bathroom ..." By Joe Eskenazi…
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    'SF Invented Modern Porn': And the other great stories from the 7/18 Chron

    --OMG! Just Shut the Fuck Up! Venting of problems can depress girls further…
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