Week Around the Ists
- Chicagoist watched a video of a group of Guardian Angels detaining a graffiti tagger and a debate raged as to whether the Angels used excessive force.
Phillyist really digs roller derby.
Shanghaiist saw our city ignore the economic crisis long enough to log the most expensive house buy ever -- $30 million for a mansion in the middle of nowhere.
Torontoist reported on a street in their city's east end with two businesses named after Barack Obama right beside one-another (and, thus, feuding over the name), and then reported on the tidy
resolution to the whole mess.
Bostonist watched St. Patrick's Day revelers get drunk.
LAist has been feeding their "Recession Obsession" lately by chowing down mightily on some cheap and local fare; this week: Pupusas.
Seattlest got religion this week when Mars Hill hosted a Nightline debate on Satan's existence (Y/N?) and the Seattle presbytery voted on gay and lesbian ordination.
SFist wondered if jail time for taggers was a reasonable way to clean up the city.
DCist looked into why a D.C. Council member supports a Salvadoran political party.