AltWeeklies Wire

A University Press Gives Legendary Mag No Depression a Second Chancenew

Can this new model work for other struggling magazines, music or otherwise?
INDY Week  |  Grayson Currin  |  10-16-2008  |  Music

Experimental-Music Journal 'Signal to Noise' Needs a Handnew

Facing rising production costs, slow-to-pay advertisers and, well, just being a print publication in our internet-mad age -- and one targeted to a small, specific audience to boot -- editor and publisher Pete Gershon urged his contributors to in turn urge their friends, colleagues and contacts to subscribe to the decade-old magazine and order back issues.
Houston Press  |  Chris Gray  |  09-23-2008  |  Music

Why Jim DeRogatis Pleaded the Fifth in the R. Kelly Trialnew

What possible crime could the Chicago Sun-Times music critic have been concealing when he repeatedly -- 15 times in all -- answered questions put to him in court by invoking his constitutional protection against self-incrimination?
Chicago Reader  |  Michael Miner  |  06-16-2008  |  Music

Our Doomed Tie to the Thriving Local DIY Scenenew

Two of Dallas' DIY venues were recently closed own. They had issues, sure, but it's tough to ignore another thread running through each of these stories: Our coverage.
Dallas Observer  |  Pete Freedman  |  05-19-2008  |  Music

The Recession of 'No Depression'

After 13 years in print, the magazine that helped to define alt-country has decided to stop the presses for good.
Birmingham Weekly  |  Courtney Haden  |  05-15-2008  |  Music

Narrow Search


Hot Topics

Narrow by Date

  • Last 7 Days
  • Last 30 Days
  • Select a Date Range