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Three companies with a stake in mobile Internet development invest $24 million in a site that lets people promote and find local events, restaurants, and deals.
If you're looking for a restaurant to try out tonight or you just want to find some local events, these sites are perfect for finding offerings in your area.
The online events site is a rebranded version of Zvents, but with a family-friendly twist and customized search.
Online service specializing in discovering and promoting local events teams up with the music popularity measurer in part to "assist performers in scheduling their tours."
The event-planning site raises $10 million in Series C funding in the hopes that it will expand internationally and become profitable. Will it work?
The Firefox extension gives you the "back story" on people, places, and things you see in your browser, unobtrusively and quickly.
Concert season is here, and JamBase is the best way to find and track who's coming to town.
New Google Maps feature lets people create customized maps with content from different mashup sites.
Start-ups from Stirr: 30 Boxes, ClickFacts, DevjaVu, ZapTix, SpyMedia, and NetVibes