August 19, 2004 by Colin
If you’re a student in a college town, there’s only one data point you regularly seek out in your community newspaper: entertainment options.
Today’s drink specials points the thirsy Kansan – or traveller – to the cheapest drinks around. Each bar listing is also cross-referenced with past reviews, upcoming music shows and scheduled events.
This isn’t the ideal application of community journalism, but it does speak to community needs – in a very direct manner.