Photo by le niners.
SFist wondered why the University of New Mexico football player who was arrested at San Francisco International Airport because he wouldn’t pull up his saggy pants on the plane wanted to put his underwear on the airline seats.
DCist followed the story of a Safeway employee who used a slur to demean a gay D.C. couple as they checked out during Pride Weekend; the employee was later caught on video admitting using the slur — and half-heartedly apologizing for doing so — which then led the grocery chain to fire her and offer an official apology.
This week, Seattlest watched agog as the Barefoot Bandit was given less than ten years after his international crime spree; explained the myriad ways that the Italian prosecutor in the Amanda Knox case might be losing it completely; and gave unsolicited advice to the Tony Award winning Intiman Theater on how to recover from its recent near fiscal collapse.
Chicagoist was impressed by the city’s forward thinking Transportation Commissioner’s plans to lessen pedestrian congestion and add video monitors with bus arrival times to bus shelters.
Shanghaiist found a Russian-speaking teacher who taught Chinese students to swear during their English class.
Austinist was amused by Houston’s complaints about Austin.