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If you haven’t been to Like The Dew’s News & Opinion Feeds (the link is at the very top right of every page), you are missing out. In one place, you can read 2,068 different newspapers, magazines, watchdog sites and blogs, plus widgets (weather radar, stocks, recipes, latest scores and best seller lists) – updated every few minutes – and more sites are added each month (we’ve just added several dozen new sites).
Just point at a headline and you’ll see an excerpt. Click on it and you’ll get the original story. Plus, you can click on “More story feeds” and you’ll instantly see twice as many headlines for that publication. It is really cool.
Separate windows for each Southern state (just click on your state in the map) with local news and popular bloggers:
- North Carolina
- South Carolina
- West Virginia
Separate windows for:
- News & Opinion
- Business & the Economy
- Important Causes
- Food, Dining & Cooking
- Green Environmental Sites
- Health & Wellness
- Places & Travel
- Popular Culture, Weird News & Celebrities
- Science & Technology
- Sports – Yes, even World Cup
- Writing & Journalism
- Every Block – where you can get information on what is going on in your neighborhood, public records, crime, home sales and dining reviews (only selected cities, so far, including: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Philadelphia, San Francisco, San Jose and Washington, DC)
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