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10 Ways You Can Use Westwood-Century City Patch

Here are a few tips on how you can use the site.

Here are 10 ways you can use Westwood-Century City Patch to stay informed and inform others.

1. Add photos to our Pics & Clips. Have great photos of the Westwood and Century City areas? Now you can share them with everyone else—and in an easy spot for your family to find them.

2. Follow every step of a story. Use our follow-up feature to know when we post a new story about a topic you're vested in. Just click on the "Keep Me Posted" button at the bottom of your desired article.

3. Seamlessly tell neighbors about a great shopping or dining experience. Who better to trust with a review of a business than a neighbor? You can rate businesses—good or bad—by going to their Directory page and sharing your thoughts. 

4. Share an opinion by commenting on stories. What you think matters, so tell the rest of us what's on your mind. 

5. Let us know about a great story. Did you attend a fantastic event or an exciting game? Email us a write-up and a picture or two and we might post it on Westwood-Century City Patch.

6. Want to share on a regular basis? Become an expert and a go-to source by becoming a Local Voices blogger. Let us know your idea and we'll set you up right away. 

7. Post announcements for free. The old days of paying a publication to publish a wedding announcement are history! Now you can tell the town when you get married, have a baby, graduate or make the honor roll.

8. Know before you go. Wonder if traffic is backed up? Or where you should fill the gas tank before you hit the road? Always check our Commute tool before you get stuck in a jam.

9. Give us a piece of your mind. Thank someone or let us know what you think of a topic by submitting a Letter to the Editor that we'll publish on the site. 

10. Get your news delivered every day. Wake up and have Westwood-Century City Patch in your email inbox with the latest, freshest news around.

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