LAist watched as the Lakers won the NBA championship then as people "celebrated" by vandalizing, looting, smashing, and burning things in Downtown L.A.
AP Photo/ Philip Scott Andrews
Gothamist had its full of the controversial, from a scandalous Calvin Klein billboard (with threesome) to the killing of Canada geese, in the name of airline safety.
Seattlest went 29 days without rain, and girls went feral and old men turned on each other.
Torontoist staked out Woofstock, the largest (and surely the most adorable) dog festival in North America.
Houstonist talked to Roger Clemens, who said he hopes to clear his name.
Bostonist took umbrage when a local sports columnist asserted that Dominican baseball players love steroids. And we taught commuters how to use doors.
Shanghaiist geeked out with a series of inspirational techie speakers during the city's TedXShanghai event.
SFist wrote a cheeky response to oil heirs Peter and Billy Getty's new blog on SFGate, and the former brother defended himself enthusiastically.
DCist was amused by a local ad seeking a Lil' Wayne impersonator who doesn't necessarily have to look anything like Lil' Wayne.
Londonist, once again, enjoyed gawping at hundreds of happy naked cyclists. And why not?
Phillyist is trying to find a home for the unlikely pairing of Ceiling Cat and Basement Cat.
Chicagoist was paid a visit by Johnny Depp and Christian Bale for the Public Enemies premiere and they brought some nasty weather with them.
Last Updated 22 June 2009