Bay Area Reporter
Since 1971, the Bay Area Reporter has served as the undisputed publication of record for the San Francisco Bay Area LGBTQ community and is America’s longest continuously-published and highest circulation LGBTQ newspaper. Independent, LGBTQ and locally owned, the BAR is published every Thursday, and is distributed in San Francisco and surrounding cities of the Bay Area. Visit facebook.com/bayareareporter and twitter.com/eBARnews for daily updates.
Covers arts, culture, news and activism in the Bay Area and beyond. This site pays dozens of local journalists, promotes local small businesses & nonprofits for free, and fights for progressivism and broke people in The Bay and beyond.
El Tecolote is an award winning, free, bilingual newspaper serving the SF Bay Area and beyond. Founded in 1970, it has served the community for 50 years–– making it the longest continuously-running bi-lingual newspaper in the American Southwest.
Independent, community-centered progressive daily news, arts, opinion, and culture. Brought to you by the editors of the legendary alternative weekly Bay Guardian, committed to “print the news and raise hell!”
Reader-funded independent journalism for San Francisco’s Ingleside neighborhood.
Since 2008, Mission Local, an independent news site based in the Mission District, has been reporting on everything from police reform to corruption at City Hall, housing to donuts, murals to the pandemic.
Nichi Bei Weekly
Japanese American community newspaper, with some general Asian American content and news from Japan.
Noe Valley Voice
News and feature stories about and for the people of the Noe Valley neighborhood in San Francisco. We also publish short fiction, essays and poetry. We feature quality photography.
A quintessential neighborhood newspaper.
We serve the western neighborhoods of San Francisco with news stories, features, opinion pieces, calendar of events, police blotter, letters to the editor and ads.
San Francisco Bay Times
Based in San Francisco’s famous Castro, we are a longstanding independent LGBT newspaper dedicated to serving both men and women in our community by producing a well-designed, family-friendly paper with no sexually explicit content. In addition to our print editions, our readers use our online services (sfbaytimes.com), full text (issuu.com/sfbt), eblasts (bettyslist.com), social media and our Castro Street Web cam (sfbaytimes.com/castro-street-cam/).
San Francisco Bay View
A Black newspaper representing the stories of incarcerated people and people in Black neighborhoods around the Bay and worldwide. Culture reporting, news, on-the-spot reporting, interviews with activists, politicians and people working with their local communities.
We the western neighborhoods of San Francisco with news stories, features, opinion pieces, calendar of events, police blotter, letters to the editor and ads.
The redesigned website and platform will continue to bring the same news and opinion that Westsiders have relied on over the years, and more. We try to balance the more conservative opinions of Quentin Kopp, Lou Barberini and Tony Hall with the more moderate views of John Farrell, George Wooding and Carol Kocivar and the environmental views of Kathy Howard and Nancy Wuerfel — all wrapped in the investigative journalism of Dr. Derek Kerr and Patrick Monette-Shaw.
Targeting both Chinese and English speaking readers to provide local news stories, op-eds, food and lifestyle stories.