City Newspaper
  • 250 N. Goodman St.
  • Rochester, New York 14607
  • Phone: (585) 244-3329
  • Fax: (585) 244-1126
  • Circulation: 37,081 (as of June 2015)
  • Audited By: Verified Audit Circulation
  • Publication Day: Every Wednesday
  • Market Served: Metro Rochester
  • National Advertising: Alternative Weekly Network
City Newspaper, celebrating 45 years of publishing, is the largest-circulation newsweekly in the metro Rochester area.

Its award-winning staff provides intelligent, provocative analysis of local, national, and international issues. Jazz, rock, blues, and film writers offer lively, respected, and hotly debated coverage of their fields.

Its arts writers provide the region's best, most extensive coverage on a beat that includes a major symphony orchestra, an internationally known dance troupe, several professional theater groups, and important museums. Seasonal guides provide extensive previews and events calendars.

With an emphasis on excellence in writing, graphics, and photography, City attracts approximately 90,000 readers weekly -- professionals, community leaders, university students throughout the region who rely on the publication for thorough, engaging, alternative journalism.
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The Honeoye Falls Fire Department's annual Christmas parade was in full swing when a camera-wielding drone descended on it. The parade is a popular community event, and in this past year's, more than 15 area fire departments queued up in the village; that's a whole lot of trucks covered in wreaths, lights, and holiday lawn ornaments...
City Newspaper  |  Jeremy Moule  |  02-24-2016  |  Policy Issues

The Dirty Fight for Farmland in Latin America

Even though much of the world's food supply still comes from small farmers, those same farmers from Honduras to the Philippines increasingly cannot feed their own families, and they're fighting for survival.
City Newspaper  |  Tim Louis Macaluso  |  10-02-2015  |  International
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