Londonist is one of thirteen in the worldwide Gothamist network. Once a week, the editors of each site - from SFist to Shanghaiist - compile some of their most interesting posts into a neat digest. Check out what's been going on elsewhere in the ist-a-verse:
DCist is busy digging out of the great Snowmaggedon of 2010.
Londonist discovered an alpine ski lodge, some abstract art, a treasure-trove of antiques and several tube-carriage offices, all in the unlikely setting of East London's rooftops and alleyways.
Gothamist was amazed when a Best Buy shopper was arrested for using valid gift cards. Oh, and when a 12-year-old was arrested for doodling on her desk. Oh, and when a 9-year-old was almost suspended for a Lego-sized toy gun. Oh, and when ?uestlove wondered about NBC's Black History Month cafeteria menu.
Phillyist reported from the Miss'd America pageant in Atlantic City, former home of the Miss America pageant.
Torontoist has been interviewing the members of the Kids in the Hall one by one by one, now that the much-loved comedy troupe is back on TV with a new mini-series, Death Comes to Town.
Shanghaiist got shoved into overcrowded subways by new professional subway shovers.
Bostonist toyed around with a naked Scott Brown action figure.
LAist was exited to announce that a light rail line and route connecting Santa Monica to Downtown had finally been approved.
Chicagoist followed PETA's battle to get the controversial "Lobster Zone" game removed from a local bar (PETA won).
Seattlest checked out the strange case of a photographer sued for taking a picture of Seattle public art.
SFist recoiled at senate candidate Carly Fiorina new campaign attack ad, which features swine, sheep and furries.
Houstonist focused a spotlight on the local music scene.
Last Updated 07 February 2010