Before the inevitable Thanksgiving eve run-in with your high school ex forces a speedy switch to hard stuff, sip on this month's Best Of, ripped from the gentle grasp of our other noble cities, and served with a garnish of hilarity. Drink up... we'll see you again next Monday.
Emailed to SF: Free Gold Watch: SF's underground silkscreeners FGW just launched their much-anticipated webstore, slinging loud 'n clever tees plus streetwear sundries even to those who aren't quite sure where the street is.
That looks like Michael Jordan skiing!
Emailed to NY: Lunchtime Deals: NY-based Lunch texts neighborhood-segregated noontime grub discounts straight to your cell -- saving you money like homemade lunch does, but with little chance you'll leave your phone moldering in the fridge.
They send out stuff in Boston too...
Emailed to Nation: War Defence: Founded by serial entrepreneur/dot com millionaire Ben Way, WAR is set to cash in on future robo-assaults with a range of weapon and detection systems that would blow your mind if you could only imagine them.
You don't want to die from robot attacks...do you?
Emailed to LA: Postcard.fm: From the four Northwestern guys behind the fantasy A&R site The Next Big Sound, Postcard's a stupid-simple service that lets you send e-greetings complete with an embedded photo and MP3, the difference between telling someone you love them, and telling them you "The Power of Love" them.
Bittersweet Symphony is a funny song to attach to a break up note!
Emailed to Miami: Yoko Devereaux: From a guy named Andy who (after admittedly drinking) concluded "Yoko Devereaux" evoked old Southern money and international flair, YD collaborates with artists to create tees that use the entire garment as a canvas for detailed artwork.
You can't not buy something from a place called Yoko Devereaux