Neighborhood blogs — an ever-evolving mix of journaling and journalism — are an increasingly popular forum for helpful, often constructive discussions of the uber-local sort. This Washington Post piece asks various D.C.-neighbourhood bloggers how they got started, what keeps them going and what sort of reaction their blogs have sparked.
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