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  1. a new york minute
    New York Minute With: Valeria RicciulliCurbed’s city reporter tries to put compassion first.
  2. Sales
    Vox Media Buys Curbed NetworkLockhart Steele will stay on with the newly acquired company.
  3. mergers and acquisitions
    Curbed Network Sells for Up to $30 MillionIn cash and stocks.
  4. the future is coming
    Foursquare’s Christmas Party Was One Big, Boozy Pat on the BackAin’t no shame in being a tech start-up.
  5. Funnies
    Regarding the Charms of the Western Addition
  6. party chat
    Rachel Maddow: ‘Glenn Beck Was My Favorite Person of All Time on Radio’Not on the list of her favorite people are the writers of the Curbed blog, however.
  7. scene stealers
    Slideshow: The Fourteen Most Stylish People at the Brooklyn 38 PartyWell-dressed media types flocked to this bloggy event.
  8. intel
    Wisenheimers, Scary People, and Debate-Team Captains: A Taxonomy of Commenting CommunitiesAn anthropological survey of thirteen strange online cultures.
  9. Lenny Kravitz Sexyhouse Repriced for Gagillionth TimeWill deflated market finally go his way?
  10. in other news
    ‘Times’ Makes Mistake of Still Caring About Park SlopeLynn Harris gets all riled up about Slope supporters and detractors in “Sunday Styles,” but the truth is, no one cares anymore.
  11. developing
    Williamsburg to Be Populated by Perfect, Plastic People by 2010Or so we are led to believe by this marketing tool for Williamsburg’s Edge condo development.
  12. NewsFeed
    Down by the Hipster’s Scott Solish Steps ForwardA formerly anonymous nightlife blogger has been outed by a rival blog, and he isn’t happy about it.
  13. office-party patrol
    Riding the Mechanical Bull With Curbed, Eating Shrimp With Gothamist, and Senior Rock and Roll With ‘The New Yorker’This is a big week for office holiday parties, and it kicked off last night with events for Curbed, Gothamist, and The New Yorker. Both Web parties took place downtown, both had open bars, but only one was kind enough to actually invite us — we stopped by both nonetheless. For the New Yorker party, a spy sent us a brief report to slake our endless thirst for weak specialty cocktails. After the jump, our continuing coverage of your most revealing moments, honest conversations, and miscalculated flirtations. For what is an office holiday party but the corporate equivalent of overhearing someone you know having sex?