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Week Around the Ists
- DCist is busy digging out of the great Snowmaggedon of 2010.
- Londonist discovered an alpine ski lodge, some abstract art, a treasure-trove of antiques and several tube-carriage offices, all in the unlikely setting of East London's rooftops and alleyways.
- Gothamist was amazed when a Best Buy shopper was arrested for using valid gift cards. Oh, and when a 12-year-old was arrested for doodling on her desk. Oh, and when a 9-year-old was almost suspended for a Lego-sized toy gun. Oh, and when ?uestlove wondered about NBC's Black History Month cafeteria menu.
- Phillyist reported from the Miss'd America pageant in Atlantic City, former home of the Miss America pageant.
- Torontoist has been interviewing the members of the Kids in the Hall one by one by one, now that the much-loved comedy troupe is back on TV with a new mini-series, Death Comes to Town.
- Shanghaiist got shoved into overcrowded subways by new professional subway shovers.
- Bostonist toyed around with a naked Scott Brown action figure.
- LAist was exited to announce that a light rail line and route connecting Santa Monica to Downtown had finally been approved.
- Chicagoist followed PETA's battle to get the controversial "Lobster Zone" game removed from a local bar (PETA won).
- Seattlest checked out the strange case of a photographersued for taking a picture of Seattle public art.
- SFist recoiled at senate candidate Carly Fiorina new campaign attack ad, which features swine, sheep and furries.
- Houstonist focused a spotlight on the local music scene.
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