This Week's Most Commented & Recommended
Just a couple of the fellas you might encounter on a visit to Critter Country | Photo by tom.arthur via Flickr
When you read something you like on LAist, we love it when you hit the "recommend" button, and we love it even more if you put your two cents' worth in the comments. Getting a dialog going with our readers and making sure we're giving you content you can use are top priorities for us. So here's this week's top posts, as endorsed by you via the recommend feature, or as indicated by the level of talk going on in the comments:
April Smear and the No Bone Zone LAist's "Sex Saturday" gal-about-town, April Smear, tells all about the shortfalls of her latest fling, and you told her what you thought.
Filipino Food! Barrio Fiesta Gorgeous photos of Filipino food had tongues wagging...and mouths watering.
Top 100 Albums of 2007 (1-24) The long-awaited completion to Joshua Pressman's Best of '07 list. Agreements and objections peppered the comments.
Krust: Kranky, Kantankerous and Krude You guys must like it nasty, because this post about the most atrocious customer service any bakery-cafe could employ was not only the one you liked the most, but also the top commented post. Ggggrrrrroowlll!
The Neighborhood Project: Critter Country LAist's acclaimed 'hood Project had its resurgence this week...on April Fool's Day. Take a look at what gentrification has done to this backwoods part of Disneyland.
Dodgers Beat the Giants on Opening Day: A Photo Gallery When our Malingering isn't pointing out gratuitous muffin-tops, she's root-root-rooting for the home team. What an opening day for the Dodgers, and what great pictures!