Big Apple Blog Festival
Welcome to the Big Apple Blog Festival (BABF) for April 3, 2006, a representative roundup of the last week's posts by NYC bloggers. Thanks to A Guy in New York for creating this weekly roundup of the best posts from NYC blogs. It's Suitably Flip's profound pleasure to host the festival for the second time.
Atlas Shrugs takes the “malevolent pigs” of Google to task for their selective qualification of various news sources and advertisers, sometimes with terroristy overtones.
Ace of Spades goes looking for love in the Muslim world.
Ragged Thots slams George Mitchell’s suitability to head up the Major League Baseball steroid investigation. Meanwhile, Gothamist sizes up the season ahead for the New York Mets, reinvigorated with power hitters and a new um, slogan.
Wonkster looks at the impact of the new city budget’s $11 billion bond issuance targeting new school construction. With an estimated $500 million in annual debt service costs, that’s a lot of vig.
Tired of that high-paying job? Do you long for the grease and glamour of a career in fast food service? Slashfood is here to help. Before you fill out that McDonald’s employee application, why give it a spin in the simulator first?
Giving voice to the awesome power of pragmatism, Overheard in New York details a beautiful love story overheard on the 2 Train.
The inspirational story of the week comes out of the Bronx, where a 40-year-old star was born. Modern Fabulousity has the scoop and a pic.
Kesher heralds a new era of conservapop music. Can “GOP Idol” be far behind?
Jewschool may have uncovered an interesting new wrinkle in the South Park/Scientology flap. Or he may have just stepped in an April Fools joke.
Cake or Death catches a nasty case “undocumented fever”. As an aside, Cake or Death might just have the funniest profile photo ever to grace a sidebar.
New Yorkology notes that pesky little indecisive tax on clothes under $110 that comes and goes so frequently has now left us for good.
GOP and the City admires Nancy Pelosi’s unique perspective on national security. Hurry, there may still be time to submit your entry for the caption contest.
Metroblogging NYC recounts an unfortunate run-in with the urban roosters - scientifically proven louder than screaming kids!
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