Photo: SkyscraperSunset.com Phillyist was one of the first outlets in Philadelphia to report on the proposed American Commerce Building, a skyscraper that would tower 525 feet over their current tallest and could join the ranks of the world’s tallest skyscrapers. The plans would include publicly-accessible gardens, a 26-story hotel, and several floors of retail space—Including, we hope, metaphysical coffee. SFist watched one of its contributors interviewed on the local news about his LiveJournal site’s notorious Muni hot-or-not posts. Torontoist interviewed to find out, well, what stuff white people the creator of Stuff White People Like in Toronto like. LAist discovered that after an interview with the former Full House patriarch, Bob Saget might just blow you(r mind). (Also, Improv Everywhere had a mission in Los Angeles.) Londonist had a good look at T5, the controversial new terminal at Heathrow airport. Gothamist’s week was all about the crazy scandal surrounding NY Governor Eliot Spitzer: His involvement with a “high-class” prostitution ring, the hooker “Kristen,” and his resignation. Bostonist wondered just what was up with the incredible shrinking burger known as “the slider.” Seattlest turned to Geraldine Ferraro for her thoughts on the Huskies’ Pac 10. tournament loss Shanghaiist was disgusted by a new Chinese human rights report that claims as many as 3 million female prostitutes under the age of 18 in the United States. Meanwhile, chaos has erupted in Lhasa and Dharamsala. Austinist has all of your SXSW coverage covered.