RSS feeds are a simple way to subscribe to your favorite news from the East Bay Express without having to come to the site. With an RSS reader, you subscribe to a feed and scan the headines. When you find something that interests you, click on the link to read the complete article.
First, get an RSS reader. Then follow your RSS reader's instructions for adding a feed to your list. There are many RSS readers available, some of which are free. There are Web-based readers as well as those that you download and install on your computer. Examples of free RSS readers:
If you're set up with a newsreader, just click on any of the orange buttons below. Your window (browser) will open a page full of funny-looking code. Ignore that, and copy the address (URL, link) into any feedreader (RSS aggregator). That should do it.
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