Week Around the Ists
Image of the "Singing Ship" via Shanghiist
- Shanghaiist explored an abandoned singing ship, welcomed the restoration and return of one of it's oldest bridges, and wondered why Chinese people were so hurt by the recent Christie's auction in France.
SFist reported on Hearst Corporation's plan to sell or shutdown the ailing San Francisco Chronicle.
Phillyist staffer Miss Bee is trying out for the Eagles—their cheerleading squad, that is.
Gothamist was excited about Mayor Bloomberg's plan to close parts of Times Square and Herald Square to vehicular traffic and create pedestrian malls.
Houstonist's daily commute is improving, at least according to faster times clocked around the Houston metroplex—except perhaps along the stretch of Interstate 45 where rubberneckers eyeball the
new 170 foot tall mega-cross erected quickly by a local Christian church in response to a nearby rival church's plans for a mega-cross.
LAist watched with the rest of the country when Louisiana's Bobby Jindal responded to Obama's big speech and among his fanciful yarns made an example of the "magnetic levitation" line from Las Vegas to Disneyland to sell his point of view.
Torontoist heralded the arrival of the country's first Atheist Buses, after the advertising campaign was rejected across the rest of the God-fearing country.