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Join us for our Fourth Anniversary Spring Gala, May 3!

Fun, food, and important support for a free press: Wednesday, May 3, 6pm-9pm at the Stud Bar


Join Tim Redmond and the 48 Hills team to celebrate four years of completely independent, progressive, local journalism! In this dark political time, it’s essential to maintain free, independent, fact-based media. Help us continue to speak truth to power, and have fun doing it.

On May 3, 6-9pm, we’ll be transforming legendary worker-owned cooperative nightclub The Stud Bar in SoMa (399 Ninth Street, SF) into an opulent pleasure palace for the evening, featuring food, drink, entertainment, and a fun and festive atmosphere. Surprises and special guests galore! 

JUST ANNOUNCED: Special guest speaker Julia Carrie Wong of the Guardian, hostess and chanteuse Honey Mahogany, delicious food by Casa Sanchez! PLUS a champagne toast and complimentary first cocktail!   

For four years, 48 Hills has reported stories the mainstream media overlooks and the powerful try to hide. We continue to champion San Francisco Values and celebrate everything that makes the Bay Area the best place to live.  

We rely on community support to help us continue breaking the stories, covering the controversies, and foregrounding the voices that matter most.  

Join us May 3, 6pm-9pm, at the Stud Bar, 399 9th Street, SF, for an evening to remember! 

Supporter levels:
*** First Amendment Defender $1,000 
(You’ll be listed in the program)
*** 48hills Supporter $500
*** Friend of 48hills $100
*** Ticket to the party $50 
*** Low income/student $35

For tickets, donate via PayPal here:

OR mail a check to 
SF Progressive Media Center
176 Winfield
San Francisco, CA 94110

We will have your name at the door along with any guests. WE ARE ALSO LOOKING FOR CORPORATE SPONSORS. Please spread the word.

We are a 501(3)c nonprofit that relies on community support to continue our mission. Your contribution is tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.


Marke B.
Marke Bieschke is the publisher and arts and culture editor of 48 Hills. He co-owns the Stud bar in SoMa. Reach him at marke (at), follow @supermarke on Twitter.


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