Bostonist got festive this week as Bostonians took to the streets in various states of undress for the 2010 SSRun, formerly known as the Santa Speedo Run. The 11th annual event speaks for itself. One gallery wasn’t enough. Bostonist needed two.
DCist talked to local politicians to hash out solutions to the city’s massive budget deficit — then for happy hour, asked its readers to help rename one of the city’s most notorious bars, with hilarious results.
Chicagoist clued its readers to some bargain fixer homes, was in line for the opening of chef Graham Elliot’s new sandwich shop, and talked pizza with local radio legend Steve Dahl.
Phillyist waxed poetic about the return of Cliff Lee. Sorry Gothamist, he’s ours.
Seattlest hit up MTV.com to watch a fantastic web series about 13 local bands, continued tracking Amanda Knox’s appeals trial and pointed out a few things natives never notice about themselves.
Shanghaiist was amused by 7-Up’s viral video for the Christmas season.
SFist titillated readers with news that the CA National Organization of Women filed complaints against Hooters for sexual entertainment of minors.
Gothamist was saddened to learn that a Brooklyn cyclist struck by a truck (whose driver wasn’t licensed to drive that kind of truck) was left blind. This also comes as the Brooklyn Borough President touted his anti-bike lane sentiment in his annual holiday card.
LAist thought it was a-ok to be gay for America.