Week Around the -ists

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Week Around the -ists


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  • Phillyist was one of the first outlets in Philadelphia to report on the proposed American Commerce Building, a skyscraper that would tower 525 feet over their current tallest and could join the ranks of the world's tallest skyscrapers. The plans would include publicly-accessible gardens, a 26-story hotel, and several floors of retail space—Including, we hope, metaphysical coffee.
  • SFist watched one of its contributors interviewed on the local news about his LiveJournal site's notorious Muni hot-or-not posts.
  • Torontoist interviewed

    the creator of Stuff White People Like

    to find out, well, what stuff white people

    in Toronto like.

  • LAist discovered that after an interview with the former Full House patriarch, Bob Saget might just blow you(r mind). (Also, Improv Everywhere had a mission in Los Angeles.)
  • Londonist had a good look at T5, the controversial new terminal at Heathrow airport.
  • Gothamist's week was all about the crazy scandal surrounding NY Governor Eliot Spitzer: His involvement with a "high-class" prostitution ring, the hooker "Kristen," and his resignation.
  • Bostonist wondered just what was up with the incredible shrinking burger known as "the slider."
  • Seattlest turned to Geraldine Ferraro for her thoughts on the

    href="http://seattlest.com/2008/03/13/geraldine_ferra.php">Huskies' Pac 10

    tournament loss

  • Shanghaiist was disgusted by a new Chinese human rights report that claims as many as 3 million female prostitutes under the age of 18 in the United States. Meanwhile, chaos has erupted in Lhasa and Dharamsala.
  • Austinist has all of your SXSW coverage covered.
  • Last Updated 16 March 2008