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Gothamist

http://gothamist.com/

Arguably America's cultural capital, New York City receives glamorous attention and analysis on this award-winning page. Shakespeare in the Park and the Meatpacking Distract are new post topics.





Women's Philanthropy

http://womensphilanthropy.typepad.com/stephaniedoty/

Let Bill Gates and Carlos Slim brag among the boys about how much they give. This blog is helping deep-pocketed women get in the giving mood.


Pam's House Blend

http://www.pamshouseblend.com/

Pam's House Blend is a multi-author blog run by Pam Spaulding that focuses on LGBTQ news and commentary. Particularly, the blog runs many series about Don't Ask, Don't Tell as well as other political battles, like marriage equality.

Processes of advantageous gambling affair: good sites for bettors
by Jane Hamsher almost 2 years ago
Tips and hints of felicitous gambling experience: ideal guides for players
by Jane Hamsher almost 2 years ago

American Catholic Blog

http://blog.americancatholic.org/

Catholicism, a major religion in America's history, functions as this blog's primary fodder. It's an excellent way to delve into US culture's understanding of religion.

The Last of the Forty Days
by Angela Glassmeyer over 3 years ago
A Lenten Lesson from Traffic Court
by Louise Pare over 3 years ago

Maman Poulet

http://www.mamanpoulet.com/

Maman Poulet, written by Suzy Byrne, is a blog mostly about Irish politics and culture from a progressive--and lesbian perspective. It has a very broad focus, with posts on disability as well as LGBT issues.

What do you call a Former Taoiseach?
by Maman Poulet about 3 years ago
His Excellency on Water and other issues
by Maman Poulet about 3 years ago

Shakesville

http://shakespearessister.blogspot.com/

Run by straight Melissa McEwan, Shakesville is a collaborative blog with a large and diverse set of writers, including lesbian, trans, and gay bloggers. It focuses on the political and the personal and where they intersect.

The Oscars + Flint
by Melissa McEwan almost 2 years ago
Open Thread
by Melissa McEwan almost 2 years ago

Chocolate City

http://www.chocolatecity.cc/

Self-reputed to be "the best African American blog," the site covers topics like Sarah Palin and Kim Kardashian through a Black lens. Readers of all colors are encouraged to comment often.

Rosemary Reeves Candidate for Cook County Board Commissioner 3rd District
by Sekle58 over 3 years ago
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Nigerian author wins best fiction for ‘Americanah’
by Sekle58 over 3 years ago

Blog of New Orleans

http://www.bestofneworleans.com/blogs/blogofneworleans/

New Orleans has become internationally regarded as a microcosm of America's struggles and cultural excellence. Readers direct themselves here to stay abreast of the Big Easy's hardships.

Jazz Fest 2014: Photos from Day 2
by Scott Saltzman over 3 years ago
Saturday at Jazz Fest
by Will Coviello over 3 years ago



The American Muslim

http://www.theamericanmuslim.net/blog/

Islam in America, a touchy subject, is covered with finesse and allure here. Blogger Robert, a former Marine, relates a nuanced and intelligent viewpoint to readers.


The Weather Channel Blog

http://www.weather.com/blog/weather/

America's extremely diverse weather patterns reflect on its equally unique population details here. Glean info on the country's understanding of climate change and more.


American Red Cross

http://blog.redcross.org/

This blog covers the importance, historical and current, of the Red Cross to America's triage and emergency health. Measles and tornadoes are recent topic points here.

Volunteers Map Fire-Affected Neighborhoods in Chile
by Jenelle Eli over 3 years ago
The Intersection of Work and Volunteering
by Kristiana Almeida over 3 years ago


Change: Economic Justice

http://economicjustice.change.org/

This blog covers Americans' stance and tackling of the country's currently dire financial straits. The site excellently covers those arrested for their economically motivated actions.


Imperfect Women

http://www.imperfectwomen.com

Imperfect Women is a news and information source offering original compelling content and a safe secure place for busy, clever women of all ages a place and right to be heard. Imperfect Women was founded by a diverse group of eight opinionated women whose ages span 4 decades. Our aim is to reach women of a variety of political/social viewpoints and stages in life. Though we do not always agree about politics, religion and life issues, we all respect and value the opinions of other women. We battle the tendency for others to judge mothers, wives and working women against an impossible ideal. We believe each woman’s choices about her life and family should be respected, not vilified. We share one common trait: we are all “works in progress.”

Reebok FuryLite Giveaway
by IW Team Member about 2 years ago
Book Review – Minute Zero by Todd Moss
by Pam@IW about 2 years ago


The Daily Platypus

http://www.thedailyplatypus.com/blog.html

This is a blog written by a 9 year old which documents news, opinions and general happenings in St. Louis, MO and world-wide.


Lade Ikeji's Blog

http://ladeikeji.blogspot.com

For the latest celebrity gossip, top stories about the society's high and mighty, love and relationship talk and #UkwuSaturdays, *wink* then you need to read my blog always. :-)


Naijazine

http://www.naijazine.com

Get all the latest breaking news and information on the top stories, Celebrity Gossip News, Relationship, Lifestyle, Fashion, Entertainment and more...