SFist came across two historic events: the Federal Prop 8 trial, which started this week, and these rare color photos of the Great 1906 San Francisco Earthquake.
Torontoist firmly maintains that its citizens look best without pants on, thank you very much.
Seattlest talked about graphic novels in the Middle East with artist and writer Joe Sacco.
LAist watched closely as the Federal Prop 8 trial got underway, and went out on a (twisted) limb to speak in defense of the "real victims" here.
Shanghaiist wept openly when they found out Google was leaving China.
Bostonist rounded up links and asked questions about naked Senate candidate Scott Brown's stance on tea parties, health care, evolution, and dogs.
Chicagoist was so stunned when former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich told Esquire that he was "blacker than Obama" - and immediately apologized - that they talked to the the man who wrote the profile.
Londonist, whilst mildly disappointed that the 2012 Olympics will no longer feature a 40mph stream of human effluent, were cheered to discover that our bodily waste is still being put to productive use.
Phillyist staffers vowed to get in shape in 2010.
DCist was stunned when Metro General Manager John Catoe suddenly resigned less than a day after he sat down for a lengthy interview with bloggers.
Gothmaist wondered why Park Slope parents insist on bringing their babies to bars.
Stuart Gaffney, left, and John Lewis, partners for 22 years, huddle outside of the federal courthouse in San Francisco, Monday, Jan. 11, 2010. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)
Last Updated 17 January 2010