Phillyist nominated the administrators of the suburban pool club that allegedly kicked out a number of urban youth on basis of their race as its assholes of the week.
Torontoist held their noses and tempers as a municipal workers' strike lurched through and past the twenty-day mark, and tracked strike-focussed street art, overflowing trash bins city-wide, whiners, historical precedent for said whiners, literal cover-ups of waste drop-off sites, mysterious new garbage bins, plane-pulled publicity stunts, and, of course, picket-line romance.
Bostonist learned the difference between vampires and blood fetishists.
Londonist welcomed the clarification of the right to take photographs of the police, but wished it could be a bit less vague and confusing.
DCist took yet another ride on the Marion Barry-got-arrested-train, this time on charges of stalking his ex-girlfriend. The charges were promptly dropped, but not before revelations surfaced that the D.C. Council member may have improperly hired the same woman as a "political consultant."
SFist erupted into a firestorm after posting about pushy park rangers "abusing their power."