Photo from arndalarm Londonist ladies rediscovered some long-dormant teenage hormones, jettisoning their under-garments at a boy-band from yesteryear. Phillyist took a personal look at this year’s Super Bowl—even though it will be Pennsylvania’s other team playing. Gothamist observed the economic downfall in three acts: bankers are eating at McDonald’s, bankers’ significant others hate their laid off, poor depressed partners, and President Obama decried Wall Street bonuses. Bostonist refuted the growing trend of pet acupuncture, and announced a new photo editor. Shanghaiist was held spellbound by old pictures of Shanghai from 1985. Torontoist uncovered the story behind a group of rogue cyclists who covered the city’s transit system with bike-friendly stickers (and sent out a fake press release claiming those stickers’ legitimacy). SFist looked back on how San Francisco got its name. Chicagoist bid farewell to now-ex-governor Rod Blagojevich. LAist found out this week what Paul McCartney, The Cure, Morrissey, The Killers, Amy Winehouse, Franz Ferdinand, My Bloody Valentine and more than 100 other bands have in common, and their readers had a lot to say about it. DCist saw President Obama mocks D.C.’s reaction to winter weather. Seattlest is really hoping this human sacrifice thing doesn’t catch on.