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Week Around the Ists
- Gothamist was saddened after seeing why Sad Panda is so so sad.
- DCist caught up with the dapper gents and ladies who took to the streets in high style for the D.C. Tweed Ride.
- Torontoist Googled its city. Googled it hard.
- Seattlest sputtered in disbelief at a grassroots campaign in favor of a proposal to dig the world's largest open-pit mine.
- LAist wondered if the city's drivers are ready to go Dutch--as in be taxed based on miles driven instead of the current taxes levied on roads and new car purchases.
- Bostonist interviewed Russell Ferguson of So You Think You Can Dance.
- Shanghaiist rounded up all the news you'd ever need to read about Obama's town hall in their fair city.
- Phillyist wondered if all the fun was on its way out of town.
- Chicagoist focused on Oprah Winfrey's announcement that she plans on ending her show in 2011--which resulted in Mayor Daley blaming the media--causing Chicagoist to reflect on the Oprah of yesteryear.
- SFist yearned for a McRib sandwich comeback.
- Londonist mapped every London location that Sherlock Holmes visited. So now you know.