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Introducing The Leeds Guardian

Since January, a new website has been putting the focus on council accountability, transport and civic issues in Leeds.


Big developments in hyperlocal media

Journalist, researcher and hyperlocal guru Damian Radcliffe has written an interesting post on two shots in the arm for hyperlocal media over on the BBC College of Journalism blog.


The return of the evening publication?

I was recently looking through the Blog Preston stats – the hyperlocal site I run in the North of England – and noticed something.

Everything we posted of an evening tended to do a bit better. 238 more words


Ten things learned from five years running a hyperlocal site

In January the hyperlocal site I run for the city of Preston, Lancashire turned five years old. Starting the site has definitely been one of the defining moments of my life to date and a few months into our fifth year I thought I would reflect on what I have learned after five years of keeping Blog Preston alive. 1,244 more words


Twice Married and Still Single: the True Story of a Richmond-based Lesbian Couple

Ryan Burgess and Ali Woodworth are a twice-married lesbian couple living in Richmond, Va. — their first, a church ceremony in ’04; the second, a ’13 courthouse union in Washington, D.C. 22 more words


New 20mph Zone in Twickenham

And we’re off! Or, maybe we aren’t ‘off’. Or, maybe that’s the wrong thing entirely. As usual, what do we know? Well, one thing we do know is that the signs to create a 20mph zone in Twickenham town centre are going up. 486 more words


[Event Alert] Cash Mob @ Boveda Tribes 4.19

Next Saturday we’re hosting a “Cash Mob” at Boveda Tribes, a wonderful local, woman-owned business in the heart of Mt. Pleasant, DC (Columbia Heights Metro).Between noon and 3pm, stop by and find beautiful one of a kind pieces from Central/South America, Africa and the Middle East at every price point – starting at $20. 199 more words