Stories about Journalism

Bay Guardian announces fundraising success

Progressive news source will relaunch with Best of the Bay, election endorsements

A police riot in 1967 has echoes today

A party for a new John Ross book leads to some amazing tales of the old Mission, rent control, police harassment, tear gas, and a beating that caused the late, great rebel reporter to lose an eye
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New York Times: 48 Hills helps “keep the flame lit for investigative journalism”

Public editor highlights independent site in survey of investigative journalism sources. DECEMBER 13, 2015 -- Today's New York Times Public Editor column, "Keep the Flame...

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The hidden tragedy of transgender seniors

A generation that transitioned in the 1960s and 1970s is locked out of the US health-care system By Liana Aghajanian NOVEMBER 19, 2015 -- In the...

The Agenda, Nov. 9-15: What comes next in SF politics …

... And two great birthday parties, for a young labor organization and a veteran community newspaper By Tim Redmond NOVEMBER 9, 2015 – A weakened mayor,...

Censored: Ten big stories the news media ignored

Even in the social-media era, when a small news outlet can create a viral story, some of the biggest news of the past year...
48 Hills Big Week

BIG WEEK: What to do Sept 30-Oct 6, 2015

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, Castro Street Fair, Veg Fest, Art Night, Sharktoberfest, Algiers, John Carpenter tribute, more essential events this week. By Marke B.  BIG WEEK As the...

Press terror: Mexico reels from journalist murders

The killing of photojournalist Rubén Espinosa and this week's massacre in Veracruz bring attention to Mexico's failure to protect the press. By Caitlin Donohue AUGUST 14,...

The Tom and Tim Show: Scandal-sheet journalism

Plus: Affordable housing, PG&E -- and why is the Catholic Church ducking the immigration issues in SF?