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Week Around the Ists
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- LAist celebrated the first days of gay marriage by showing up to the first celebrations in Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, and Los Angeles. And yes, Star Trek's George Takei was there.
Bostonist covered the Celtics' NBA championship in many ways, writing about the game, the win, the post-victory peeing, internet buzz, and the victory parade.
Chicagoist helped try to stop the Kool-Aid Man's path of destruction.
While same-sex marriage raised but a few eyebrows in the Bay Area, SFist saw readers weigh in angrily over the Metropolitan Transportation Commission possibly allowing cyclists to legally run red lights.
Seattlest wondered what the heck was happening with all those severed feet washing ashore in B.C.
Gothamist survived the invasion of the Swedish big box retailer Ikea, which opened its first NYC store in Red Hook, Brooklyn, amid skepticism, water taxi service, and lingering questions.
Even though California is 3,000 miles away, Phillyist analyzed gay marriage and satirized its critics.
In the latest edition of Reel Toronto, a bi-weekly column that looks at films shot in Toronto that pretend they're not (see: Good Will Hunting, Undercover Brother), Torontoist checked out Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle.
Shanghaiist would love to buy this personal flying machine built by some innovative Chinese guy for $2,800.
Londonist reported on the debut of world's most expensive spring roll.
Cruise off the highway and hit locally-known spots for some tasty bites.
Fentanyl and other drugs fuel record deaths among people experiencing homelessness in L.A. County. From 2019 to 2021, deaths jumped 70% to more than 2,200 in a single year.
This fungi isn’t a “fun guy.” Here’s what to do if you spot or suspect mold in your home.
Donald Trump was a fading TV presence when the WGA strike put a dent in network schedules.
Edward Bronstein died in March 2020 while officers were forcibly taking a blood sample after his detention.
A hike can be a beautiful backdrop as you build your connection with someone.