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Week Around The Ists
Chicagoist’s readers were introduced to a website that re-ignited the ages-old debate about winter parking dibs, and were later incensed that Wal-Mart signed an intent to lease space for a smaller neighborhood store in one of the more populous and affluent neighborhoods in the city.
Meanwhile elsewhere in the ist-a-verse...
- DCist officially announced its 2011 Exposed photography show -- and to celebrate the event’s fifth anniversary, informed the city about its plans to publish a special collection of the event’s best images.
- Gothamist covered Columbia University’s bad week: Five students were arrested for drug dealing from fraternities (check out the stashes) and a popular professor was charged with incest.
- SFist worried Macy’s canceled Christmas after they fired Santa Claus (aka John Toomey) for being too jolly.
- Seattlest got a dripping wet reminder that the Pineapple Express isn't just a stoner movie, and congratulated some of our local chefs on all the national cookbook accolades.
- We marveled at the miracle of