Happy Friday! Here are some of the happening threads this week on EveryBlock Chicago.
Looking for a place to watch the NFL Sunday games? Find a good spot.
Neighbor discussion: unleashed dogs on the beach.
Attn: blank walls, there’s an artist looking to give you some color.
Hope everyone has a great weekend!
Update: The new iOS app version has been approved by the Apple store, so new Philly users will be able to sign up via the app. Download it here: EveryBlock iOS app
In our relaunch of EveryBlock Philly we’ve detected a bug in the iOS app that prevents new Philly users from registering on the app. This does not impact philly.everyblock.com or mobile browsers, only the iOS app. Our team is working on a fix. In the meantime, new users are free to create a new account directly on the web site, philly.everyblock.com or from the mobile site. We apologize for the inconvenience and will notify you when the bug is fixed.
Happy Friday! Here are some of the happening threads on EveryBlock Chicago for the week:
There’s been an Elvis sighting in Portage Park – have you seen him?
The California blue line station is closed for six weeks.
Help a neighborhor out – suggest unique and unconventional wedding spaces.
Skunks are still roaming the streets (at least in Oriole Park). Be careful!
Hope everyone had a good week! Here are some of the happening threads of the week on EveryBlock Chicago:
Help a neighbor out: how to get rid of dirt?
There’s a chihuahua running loose in Logan.
Mosquito spraying is in effect – be aware.
Have a great weekend everyone!
There are a few new features some of you returning EveryBlock Philly users might have noticed. We’ve added in a lot more media mention feeds, including more neighborhood and cultural organizations. On the public data side, we’ve added in 311 service requests, such as potholes, abandoned cars and vacant lots. Finally, as with Chicago, we’ve expanded the events engine to include many more sources.
Thank you to everyone who shared the news of our return! Here’s an article about us in the Philadelphia Business Journal, including our work with the local Philly tech community.
Hi neighbors! It’s been a while, but we’re happy to report that EveryBlock is back in Philadelphia!
For previous EveryBlock Philly users, please visit http://philly.everyblock.com/. Your login credentials should still work. This includes logging in with Facebook or Twitter. If you cannot remember your password, you can get a new one via the password reset page.
Once in, you can choose to keep or change your preferences and daily email deliveries.
If you’ve already installed the EveryBlock app on your iPhone, you might need to update it to the latest version in order to log into your EB Philly account.
We hope you’ll once again use EveryBlock to find out what’s happening around you – from local events and restaurant openings to community news – and to discuss that information with your neighbors, local businesses, and elected officials.
Thank you for your ongoing support and please contact us at any time if you have questions, complaints, suggestions or recommendations.
The EveryBlock Team
Happy Friday! Here are some of the happening threads on EveryBlock Chicago for the week.
Book lovers: where should one donate some used books?
Have a good weekend!
Quick update – we’ve recently expanded the events engine in EveryBlock to include many new sources, such as EventBrite, Ticketleap, and Google Calendar. As always, events are customized and displayed based on the locations that you follow. You can view EveryBlock Chicago Events here: http://chicago.everyblock.com/calendar/
Happy Friday! Here are some of the happening conversations on EveryBlock Chicago this week.
Have your say – What is the best coffee in Chicago?
Have a great weekend!
There’s a nice little article on the Chicago Now site that describes one the benefits of forums like EveryBlock: tapping into neighborhood knowledge to help solve problems.
It’s no secret that I have been working non stop for the last two months. Last Wednesday night I mustered up a little energy to go for a power walk in my neighborhood. I was a mile from home when I ran into two boys.
They proudly showed me the kitten they found. Being a cat lover, I stopped to pet the cat. I noticed the shaved belly indicating that it had spayed. I figured it was newly adopted from a shelter. I asked the boys were they found the cat and what they were going to do with it.