Many of America’s biggest alternative weeklies saw circulation fall or remain stagnant in 2013, but there were two exceptions: The Chicago Reader and Miami New Times.

The gains, reported by Pew Research Center this morning, show that those two papers were the only two to buck the trend of frozen and declining circulation that affected almost all of the top 20 largest alt-weeklies. The Chicago Reader’s circulation grew by nearly 6 percent, and Miami New Times saw a 1 percent bump.

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