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Chicagoist talked to the mastermind behind Circus Cats.
Londonist wondered if the entire city was really "aghast" over President Obama's supposed "snub" of Gordon Brown.
Torontoist wrote about a curious new method of film promotion: filling full-page newspaper ads with YouTube comments made on a film's trailer.
DCist reported on McGruff the Crime Dog getting clocked.
Shanghaiist looked at the plight of China's xiaojies (prostitutes), who are many times more likely than the rest of the population to become homicide victims (40% of all murder victims in Beijing last year were xiaojies) and whose killings almost always remain unsolved.
Gothamist asked mayoral hopeful Reverend Billy (of the Church of Stop Shopping) what he would do to stop Wal-Mart from entering NYC and he said, "I will take that company to the LAKE OF HELLFIRE!"
SFist cheered after a local pizzeria reclaimed one-star Yelp reviews.
Seattlest wondered where all the green jobs for the Evergreen State are hiding, 'cause they're not on job boards.