Photo by [Terence].
Chicagoist was on the scene for the first civil union ceremonies in Millennium Park since the civil unions law took effect, while speculation ran as to whether an increased presence of gang bangers at North Avenue Beach forced police to close it down on Memorial Day.
Bostonist had three things to worry about this week: Tornadoes, tornadoes, and tornadoes .
DCist was shocked when group of men gave a cyclist a concussion as he tried to call police after the car the men were riding in hit another cyclist head-on.
SFist found out that when you’re really rich, you can spend $40 million to buy your neighbor’s view-obstructing home.
Gothamist found out one of its Congressional members couldn’t say with certitude” whether a Tweeted crotch shot was his. Of course, his last name had to be Weiner (ta da, Weinergate!), he can’t stop talking and he’s a top mayoral contender.
LAist took a look at the bill to ban teens from tanning beds. If signed into law, California would be the first state in the nation to implement such a ban.
Austinist found out that the first song that Beirut’s Zach Condon’s “aggressively figured out” how to play was the Godfather theme on trumpet.
Shanghaiist saw what happens when a guy dressed as Tigger goes to the zoo.
Seattlest found out that Starbucks guru Howard Schultz invested $15 million in Groupon.