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When I add my M3 RSS Feed to my site, Wordpress.com limits it to 20 items which prevents the last week or so worth of events from showing. My calendar is here: http://www.localendar.com/public/Overland_Online

When I use the W3 or the D3 feeds I have a different issue. With Wordpress.com, I can choose the add the item date to the list. The problem is, the date appears in the RSS widget exactly 1 day later that it actually is. If I turn off showing the date, the only way to show it is to include the item content. However, the about of content it includes is too much, which makes the rss on my sidebar way too long (http://overlandonline.wordpress.com).

Is there a way to adjust this so that only the first few lines appears or only the date for the item in the rss feed appears?

Otherwise, has anyone else experienced this issue with wordpress.com and if so, did you find a work around?
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I'm not familiar with the 20 item limit on Wordpress.com... What about the "Today+Happening Soon" RSS Feed?
http://www.localendar.com/public/Overland_Online?style=D4

BTW, I checked the RSS feed, and the dates in the feed are correct. I am not sure why Wordpress would be subtracting a day. Does your account have any sort of timezone or location setting that might cause this?
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