News from around the ist-iverse.
SFist received this image from a nightclub owner frustrated his iPhone service, or lack thereof.
Shanghaiist poo pooed people who praise our city's skyline way too much by showing off what may be one of the ugliest buildings in the world - the Ping An Insurance building, which not only boasts ionic column after column for 40-something-stories, but is topped off with a giant, shiny, Roman dome. Just the thing to be built smack dab in our bustling, Blade-Runner-like financial center.
Gothamist got confirmation, by way of this map, that Manhattan is full of white people. Also, even babies like to block bike lanes.
Chicagoist sent their Food & Drink editor Chuck Sudo west to the Great American Beer Festival in Denver, Colorado [Parts One, Two, and Three]
LAist served up the word that Downtown's 1930s Clifton's Cafeteria's new owners were going to revitalize the menu, infrastructure, and operations at the beloved mainstay.
DCist celebrated D.C. Fashion Week with a week-long series of interviews and photo galleries featuring five local designers and their work.
Seattlest bemoaned our statistically crappy summer and the fact that we couldn't even see the harvest moon that officially rang in fall.
Phillyist debated Vick versus Kolb for quarterback, just days after a book about the Michael Vick dogs hit store shelves.
Bostonist notes a spree of on-campus crime, frets over the idea of paying for the Globe online, and checks out a rally to legalize marijuana.
Londonist protested at the Pope, redesigned the escalator and relived the Blitz in an abandoned Tube station.
Last Updated 26 September 2010