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Week Around the Ists
- Gothamist watched as a New School University building was once again occupied by protesters who were soon arrested by police. The cops claimed they didn't use pepper spray but a video suggests otherwise.
Phillyist tried to proofread this sign but gave up.
DCist lost their minds over the cuteness of the two-week-old baby clouded leopard cubs born at the National Zoo.
Chicagoist was excited to hear that Tracy Morgan's infamous 2007 morning show appearance on a local television station would be used in an upcoming episode of 30 Rock.
Shanghaiist cooed over the childhood pictures of kung fu superstar Ziyi Zhang.
SFist traveled up north this week to bring you news about the criminalization of a disgusting, unspeakable act.
Torontoist, newly safe, tried to decipher a confusing but strangely poetic set of signs posted on a home ("You boil shit / I am happy / You carry wok / I am relief").
LAist dove into a weekend of bands ranging from emo to grindcore to old-school punk to hip-hop at the raucous Bamboozle Left festival.