Here we go again: The week is over which means it's time for Creative Loafing to rewind the best, worst and weirdest stuff we covered since last Sunday. Here's a look at what we turned up:
We snapped some pics at the much-too-crowded Speed Street.
We debuted our big Summer Guide '09. Whew! It was a lot of work!
Resident Food Blogger Priscilla Tsai got pissed during a trip to Basil, the new Thai place in Uptown.
We paid a visit to the new Central Coffee Co. in Plaza Midwood and snapped a few pics. Cute place.
Speaking of checking out new spots in Plaza Midwood, our nightlife writer Brittney Cason took a peek inside the new eatery/lounge Soul Gastrolounge.
Looks like we won't be providing a review for Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian. Here's why ...
But it looks like Matt did get to review the new Terminator flick.
We uncovered the truth behind Rush Limbaugh's anal fixation.
Columnist/blogger John Grooms tackled a ton of issues this week, including: Richard Burr's healthcare scam, er, plan; his offer to buy the Bobcats; video of crazy broadcaster Nancy Grace getting the smackdown; and Councilman Dulin's lousy vision for Charlotte, among many other hot topics.
A few tips on what do in the bedroom for Memorial Day.
Four people got shot at a strip club this week.
More anal sex content! Maybe we are the ones with the fixation on the rectum!
There's a big sidewalk sale this Saturday at Manifest.
Who are the Stiletto Girls?
Niche unveiled a T-shirt design contest.
Funny-ass video: "... where black people and white people buy furniture."
Tweets by Louis Vuitton.
The local band The Stellas blogged from Asia.
And ... Clay Aiken vs. Adam Lambert?
Delette Nycum was my great-grandmother.
Goddamn this town is a drag.
His voice just creeps me out. That is all.