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Around the Globe with the Ists
Torontoist visits the site of a new Frank Gehry structure, stalks "the elusive Bahamas streetcar", and watches Tom Green get surgery.
Phillyist rejoices in the Phillies' wild card chances, mourns the injuries sustained by Eagles defensive end Jevon Kearse, and goes pirate on our asses.
SFist notes that Guns and Roses were in town, that San Franciscans are taking over reality TV, and that the San Francisco Chronicle's skills of original nomenclature could use some polishing.
Shanghaiist hits McDonald's, clues us in on a scandal at their Madame Tussauds, and tells us about some controversial survey results.
Holy crap -- Gothamist meets Tim Gunn! They also report on Hugo Chavez's visit to New York, and interview Consumption Junction founder Paul Dinn.
LAist goes to the mat for USC, HATES on Helio (and gets results! Man, LAist rules!), and welcomes H&M to Pasadena.
Bostonist lets us know that we might be able to give up Magic Tanning sooner than we'd expect, reports on a truck that helps public transit users understand the fare collection system, and gives the latest from MIT.
DCist feels like chicken tonight and hot dogs tomorrow. When they're not walking the culinary wild side, they're checking out rising Israeli hip hop stars.
Seattlest tells us why Darwin matters, bids Ron Fairly farewell, and has some seriously goofy Seattle American Idol audition video.
Parisist: it's not just in French anymore. Check it out! Now we monolinguists can easily read stories about stuff like the impressionist train driver (and Parisist commenter!), and the surprising gender divide among drivers in the TGV. Hooray!
Image of Tim Gunn and Gothamist Jen Chung from Jen's post on the EMc2 event.
Links compiled by SFist Eve "That's All, Folks!" Batey
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