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Phillyist wondered just how much a star ball player is actually worth.
DCist is still recovering from all things inaugural, including bird's eye view coverage of the craziness on the National Mall and the Swearing-In Ceremony of President Barack Obama. Oh, and they got Anthony Bourdain to say some controversial things about Alice Waters.
LAist asked a hard-hitting question this week — How much is the most expensive t-shirt in Los Angeles?—then set out to do some serious investigative journalism to find the answers.
Londonist took another look at the Temporary School Of Thought at the £22m Mayfair squat.
Bostonist learned that there was something fishy about Yo-Yo Ma's performance at the Obama inauguration.
Torontoist devoted its weekly history column, Historicist, to exploring the way that cars changed the makeup of their city at the beginning of the twentieth century.
Shanghaiist was not at all surprised by news of Chinese media censoring all references of "communism" from Obama's inaugural speech.
Seattlest was checking on friends after news hit of thousands of Starbucks layoffs.
Gothamist was amazed a Greenwich Village would sell "drunken negro face" cookies "in honor of President Obama."