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The owners of the San Francisco Bay Guardian announced that it will cease publishing today. The progressive weekly newspaper was founded in 1966 by muckraking reporter Bruce Brugmann and his wife, Jean Dibble. They vowed "to print the news and raise hell." Its demise reflects not only the changing face of the Bay Area, but troubles experienced by alt-weekly papers nationwide.

Guests:
Will Oremus, Slate.com

More:
The Decline and Fall of the San Francisco Bay Guardian

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