Photographed and discovered by Val Dodge
Torontoist scoured Toronto to find the city's finest punny business names.
Gothamist was stunned when a plane with failed engines landed safely into the Hudson River. All passengers survived, thanks to the pilot, crew, and amazing rescue efforts from commuter ferries and authorities!
Bostonist drank a cocktail named after Superman's Fortress of Solitude and got ready to swill some inaugural beer.
DCist continued its full-court press on all things Inaugural; they were the first to report on the D.C. police having declared part of downtown Washington a "Prostitution Free Zone" during the Inauguration.
Shanghaiist found out Obama's half-brother Mark Ndesandjo helped raise some money for Chinese orphans at a charity event in Shenzhen, China.
LAist went through the stages of grief after finding out the closest thing to a real indie rock radio station couldn't make it without catering to corporate America and opted to yank themselves off the air and head to the internets.
Phillyist really hates Arizona—this week. Next week, they may hate Baltimore or Pittsburgh (or they'll just keep hating Arizona).
SFist found a map of local establishments that double as porn shoot locations.
Chicagoist felt things heat up as Governor Blagojevich presided over the swearing in of the new state senate, which will serve as the jury in his impeachment trial, was re-impeached by a new state house with his sister-in-law casting the only "no" vote, and saw his controversial senate appointee, Roland Burris, become The Lord's Senator™.
Londonist geeked out with an interactive map of V-2 rocket sites, charting the locations where Hitler's 'vengeance' rockets fell in the capital.
Last Updated 18 January 2009