Stories about Journalism

Gawker is dead. Who’s next?

A billionaire set out to kill a news outlet -- and did it. This is really, really scary

Mamas fight for justice for their African sons

After months of community protests, marches, and demands, an arrest in made in a quadruple homicide in the Western Addition

The Agenda, Aug. 22-28: Sunshine for developers …

... how Wiener v. Kim is shaping up ... and another horrible eviction in North Beach

John Ross book puts the rebel back in reporting

A how-to manual for people who want to change the culture of news media

Kim edges Wiener in SF as fall campaigns start to shape up

Edwin Lindo decides not to run in D9; Wiener and allies plan negative campaigns
Protestor Prays for an End to Police Violence

The Agenda, May 9-15: Hunger strike moves to City Hall, early voting starts ….

... plus big landlord money pours in while supes try to defend Sanctuary City -- and journalists protest after sheriffs injure 3 at City Hall demonstration

Join us for the third annual 48 Hills Gala!

Celebrate three years of groundbreaking independent journalism Thursday, April 21 at the Starlight Room.

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
48 Hills: New York Times

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...