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New Chicago Media Site Launches

Everyblock 23 January 2008 One Comment

“What’s happening in my neighborhood?”

For a long time, that’s been a tough question to answer. In dense, bustling cities like Chicago, New York and San Francisco, the number of daily media reports, government proceedings and local Internet conversations is staggering. Every day, a wealth of local information is created — officials inspect restaurants, journalists cover fires and Web users post photographs — but who has time to sort through all of that?

Our mission at EveryBlock is to solve that problem. We aim to collect all of the news and civic goings-on that have happened recently in your city, and make it simple for you to keep track of news in particular areas. We’re a geographic filter — a “news feed” for your neighborhood, or, yes, even your block.

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  • Pat Hickey (author) said:

    Chicago Daily Observer has been offering news from the neighborhoods for months now!

    Chicago Daily Observer is the only site where sound, balanced and thoughtful opinions ( as well as my occasional pieces) from every point on the political star can be read as well as news, poetry, reviews, heads-ups and caveats from the entire Metro area.

    Chicago has a jewel in Cdobs!

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