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BART replaces all fake security cameras with real ones

The lack of actual camera footage proved troublesome after recent criminal activity on trains. After an investigation by the San Francisco Chronicle revealed that, harrowingly, more than two thirds of the cameras on BART trains wereShow More Summary

French camper expands to 3 times its size in seconds

The telescoping design is a game changer Campers can do many things these days—like haul lots of gear or take you off the grid for weeks—but most are limited by their size. The compactness of teardrop trailers or popup campers can be a deterrent for anyone looking for a bit of breathing room. Show More Summary

Fireworks sales open June 28 in Anaheim, Villa Park, start closer to July 4 in eight other Orange County cities

The countdown to the Fourth of July has started: Fireworks stands are opening in several Orange County cities around Orange County. Ten cities allow the sale and use of safe and sane fireworks, which has become a big fundraising opportunity for school and community groups. Sales start Wednesday, June 28 in Anaheim and Villa Park […]

Richard Rogers’s iconic Wimbledon House reopens after renovation

22 Parkside is host to Harvard GSD’s Richard Rogers Fellowship After a two-year long renovation process, Richard Rogers’s iconic Wimbledon House in London has reopened to host Harvard Graduate School of Design’s (GSD) Richard RogersShow More Summary

Southwest is latest airline to cut back flights to Cuba

Southwest becomes the latest airline to accept that the industry, with little way to judge demand beforehand, was too optimistic when U.S. regulators allowed passenger routes to the island nation last year for the first time in deca...

Blue Apron Slashes IPO price 34% as Amazon-Whole Foods looms

The meal kit company reduced the price range for its initial public offering by about a third to $10 to $11 a share as it works to convince investors to buy in.

13 overlooked and forgotten murals of San Francisco

Over 450 murals decorate the Mission District. SoMa boasts over 130, and nearly 100 festoon the Tenderloin. Building-side murals are part of San Francisco's history, culture, and attitude. But there's more to the mural tradition than just the Mission. Show More Summary

Bike Boom: Lessons from the ‘70s cycling craze that swept the U.S.

A new book about bicycling’s boom (and bust) has lessons for today’s riders and planners While the U.S. isn’t the cycle-mad Netherlands—yet—recent news may suggest we’re entering a bike-riding renaissance. Biking has become a quickly growing (albeit still relatively tiny) part of the daily commute for more Americans. Show More Summary

Property Panorama aims to give agent listings a big SEO boost

The same search engine optimization tool used by Zillow, and other aggregators is now being used by a major producer of virtual tours to allow agents to once again deliver homes for sale directly to would-be buyers...

Who are the Clippers getting in the Chris Paul trade?

The first blockbuster trade of the NBA offseason came Wednesday with the Clippers, after being informed that Chris Paul intended to sign with Houston as a free agent, trading their All-Star point guard to the Rockets for Patrick Beverley, Sam Dekker, Lou Williams and a 2018 first-round pick. Here’s a quick look at the players […]

Rodney Bingenheimer jumps to SiriusXM after KROQ lets him go

Influential Los Angeles DJ Rodney Bingenheimer didn’t stay unemployed for long. After KROQ-FM/106.7 let him go after four decades earlier this month on Wednesday he announced on his Facebook page that he’s moving to SiriusXM starting Sunday, July 16. Bingenheimer’s new show will be part of the Little Steven’s Underground Garage channel on the satellite […]

Beyoncé and Jay Z reportedly renting lavish Malibu estate for $400K per month

A totally private hideaway for the famous couple and their family Power couple/new parents Beyoncé and Jay Z and their family have reportedly taken up residence in a decadent Malibu estate known as La Villa Contenta. Trulia and Variety...Show More Summary

NAR: Pending home sales plummet for third consecutive month

 “Monthly closings have recently been oscillating back and forth, but this third consecutive decline in contract activity implies a possible topping off in sales,” Yun said. “Buyer interest is solid, but there is just not enough supply to satisfy demand. Prospective buyers are being sidelined by both limited choices and home prices that are climbing too fast.” ...

Report: Chris Paul leaving Clippers in trade, will team with Houston, James Harden

After six seasons and just as many playoff disappointments, Chris Paul’s time with the Clippers appears to be over. The Vertical reported early Wednesday that after Paul informed the Clippers he would sign as a free agent with the Houston Rockets, the teams negotiated a trade that will land the Clippers several role players and […]

Jared Leto sells his Studio City digs for $51,000 over the asking price

The sale of Jared Leto’s Cahuenga Pass home has ended on a high note. The Oscar-winning actor and musician last week sold the property for $2.05 million, or $51,000 over the asking price. Built in 1955, the Midcentury spread was previously owned by producer-director Michael McQuarn. Jimmy Durante,...

Pending home sales drop 0.8 percent in May

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on the latest data on pending home sales and what it means for the housing market.

Pending home sales tumble as supply crisis worsens

The pending home sales index from the National Association of Realtors dropped 0.8 percent month-to-month and is now 1.7 percent lower than May 2016.

Mortgage applications drop 6% as wealthy buyers 'step back'

The Mortgage Bankers Association's adjusted index is now down 17 percent compared to the same week one year ago.

Mortgage applications drop 6% as wealthy buyers 'step back'

Total application volume fell 6.2 percent last week, compared to the previous week.

Homeless encampment sprouts at Tustin Civic Center — drawing both concern and compassion

TUSTIN Efrain Velasco knows all of his neighbors. Carol lives next door, but she’s in Northern California right now auditioning for a play. “She calls herself an actress,” Velasco said, rolling his eyes skeptically. There are two Matts, one of whom has a speech disorder. Rolland, two tents away, is Velasco’s “brother from another mother.” […]

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