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  • Reddit Launches Crowdfunding Site Redditmade

    Reddit has moved into crowdfunding with Redditmade, providing the tools for users to raise funds to bring their campaigns to fruition. "Redditmade gives you the flexibility to create almost anything you want, easily raise money, and support causes you...
  • Reddit launches crowdfunding platform Redditmade

    Reddit launches crowdfunding platform Redditmade
    Reddit launched a crowdfunding tool Wednesday that gives users of the popular online forum a tailor-made alternative to Kickstarter and Indiegogo. Called Redditmade, the platform is initially optimized to help Reddit users sell T-shirts to their peers...
  • Locally shot and produced BMX film 'Heroes of Dirt' to premiere in Allentown

    Locally shot and produced BMX film 'Heroes of Dirt' to premiere in Allentown
    After a bumpy six years, $175,000 and plenty of blood, sweat and tears, Eric Bugbee is ready to take a victory lap as his BMX film "Heroes of Dirt" has its world premiere Oct. 25 at Allentown's Miller Symphony Hall. "We're really psyched," says Bugbee,...
  • Community group lobbying for fiber Internet investment in Baltimore

    Community group lobbying for fiber Internet investment in Baltimore
    Baltimore was among dozens of disappointed cities when Google announced it had picked Kansas City, Mo., for a high-speed fiber-optic data network in 2011, but officials vowed to continue fighting for fiber nonetheless. Nearly four years later, some...
  • Around Town: Downtown Residents Assn. makes endorsements

    Downtown residents group makes election endorsements The Huntington Beach Downtown Residents Assn. says it is endorsing Planning Commissioner Mark Bixby and incumbents Joe Shaw and Connie Boardman in the Nov. 4 City Council election. The group also...
  • Maria Pinto once again on road to White House

    Maria Pinto once again on road to White House
    Forget the rise and fall of hemlines as a measure of the economy's health. Chicagoans need only follow the fortunes of one of their most famous and indefatigable fashion designers, Maria Pinto. Pinto launched her first fashion line in 1991, landing...
  • Bring equity crowdfunding to Illinois

    Bring equity crowdfunding to Illinois
    Up in Wisconsin, they're doing something creative with craft beer besides brewing it. They're turning microbreweries — and other small businesses — into investment opportunities for individuals. It's an idea worth importing to Illinois, if...
  • Karl Werne is recording a new album, and he could use a little help

    Karl Werne is recording a new album, and he could use a little help
     Karl Werne, one of the best and most popular singer-songwriters in Hampton Roads, has launched an online fundraising campaign to complete a new CD.  Werne is currently recording a set of songs to be released as an album titled "This Little Notebook."...
  • Man raises nearly $60,000 for making potato salad

    Man raises nearly $60,000 for making potato salad
    Would you pay $60,000 for potato salad? Many people around the country and the world would, apparently.  A Kickstarter campaign that started as a spoof on the popular fundraising website has raised nearly $60,000 in one man's attempt to make his first...
  • Free beer for life? MacLeod is going all in for its backers

    Free beer for life? MacLeod is going all in for its backers
    Few things in the world of beer taste as sweet as a pint on the house, and cask-focused brewery MacLeod Ale Brewing Co. is offering membership in their 54-degrees Founders Club that means you’ll never pay for a pint of ale at their bar again....
  • Fattitude: Documentary to be aimed at promoting body acceptance

    Fattitude: Documentary to be aimed at promoting body acceptance
    Lindsey Averill spent most of her life thinking things would be better if she could just get skinnier. She counted calories and worked out, but still couldn't reach the size she wanted, the one she saw on TV and in magazines. She put things off,...