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Los Angeles sparkles in this sleek new drone video

From the Hollywood sign to the bright lights of Downtown At this point, there are enough drone videos of Los Angeles out there that soaring aerial footage of the area could probably be its own filmmaking genre. But, hey, who doesn’tShow More Summary

Journalist lays into Silicon Valley lawmakers debating housing in Cupertino

“NIMBY-Con, South Bay edition” Kim-Mai Cutler, a TechCrunch contributor who also works for VC Firm Initialized Capital, attended a Cupertino town hall on housing Sunday and let the panel have it via Twitter, referring to the event as...Show More Summary

Reissued EPA standards manual is a gorgeous reminder of '70s environmentalism

The latest from Standards Manual recalls an era of enhanced design and commitment to its mission During a month when activists and protestors feel compelled to march in favor of science in general, and action against climate change in particular, the original mission of the Environmental Protection Agency seems more important than ever. Show More Summary

Ashtray vigilantes, horseback tour of McLaren Park, West Nile worries, and more

Four things to know today Welcome to Curbed Cuts, a tri-weekly digest connecting the dots between shelter, structure, parks, transportation, and more. Tour McLaren Park on horseback You have, of course, heard about the current horse riding pilot program in Golden Gate Park, in which riders pay between $60-$80 to tour the Park atop a majestic steed. Show More Summary

Who’s the 2017 Artist of the Year Vocal Music? Meet Daniel Sanchez

How often do you hear a teenager admit that his mother was right after all? With Daniel Sanchez, you might hear it a lot. Back when he was entering fourth grade, Sanchez’s mother insisted he audition for choir as an elective rather than sign up for study hall like all his friends.  He would sing […]

Who’s the 2017 Artist of the Year Dance? Meet Isabela Kimmel

Isabela Kimmel’s journey on the wooden floor took her from hip-hop to ballet. Some might call that quite a leap. But for Kimmel, it was an easy step to take. To her, dance is all about transition. “It’s always changing. It never stops evolving,” said 17-year-old Kimmel, who has spent the past six years as […]

Who’s the 2017 Artist of the Year Theater? Meet Daniel Zolghadri

The role Daniel Zolghadri landed in the upcoming film “Ready Player One” is smaller than what he had hoped for at his audition. But not getting what he wanted taught him not to be too haughty. After all, being cast as a high school student in the film, due in movie theaters next March, put […]

Who’s the 2017 Artist of the Year in Instrumental Music? Meet Aileen Chung

Tchaikovsky is Aileen Chung’s all-time favorite composer. And her most-loved piece by the world’s most popular Russian composer is his Violin Concerto in D Major, 1st Movement. The 1878 composition is a technical challenge for anyone, let alone someone only 18. But Chung has plenty of passion and skill to call upon, combined with the […]

Truck drags car on Cajon Pass, won’t stop, and it’s all on video

After a sedan crashed into a big rig Wednesday on the northbound 15 Freeway near Highway 138, the truck dragged the car for a few miles.

Swoop into San Francisco with this gorgeous drone video

Chinatown, Transamerica, and AT&T Park from above Indeed, we do enjoy a good drone video, and today’s flick is especially noteworthy. Let’s take a look, shall we? Today’s offering comes from YouTube user Mingomatic, and it offers a smattering...Show More Summary

Cycling success: 10 U.S. cities pushing biking forward

New infrastructure, better bikesharing, and safer streets London announced a plan to spend a billion dollars on bike highways and cycling infrastructure late last year. Oslo wants to transform its downtown into a car-free zone by 2019. Show More Summary

Is the House Only Half Of It?

Trulia has released a new ad campaign…The House is Only Half Of It. Ad #1: Ad #2: I’ve long wondered why Zillow Group continues to throw marketing dollars at commercials for Trulia, given Zillow is clearly the stronger consumer brand. Show More Summary

Orange County surfer Courtney Conlogue defends her title at Women’s Pro Bells Beach event in Australia

Courtney Conlogue had surf fans at the edge of their seats. The Santa Ana surfer scrapped her way to the final at the Rip Curl Women’s Pro Bells Beach on Sunday, then went on to defeat six-time world champion Stephanie Gilmore to post back-to-back titles at the prestigious event in Victoria, Australia. Conlogue needed the […]

Warriors’ Draymond Green, dressed in khakis, tries to sell a home

Golden State forward plays realtor for a day In collaboration with, esteemed Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green donned his finest pair of khakis, tucked in his business-smart shirt, and played realtor for a day. In...Show More Summary

Salone del Mobile 2017: the trends and highlights to know

Everything we can’t stop thinking about Freshly carried back against the jet stream from Milan Design Week, your Curbed correspondent returns with a scene report, compiled after browsing the booths at Salone del Mobile—the design world’s...Show More Summary

Letter from President Trump lifts 11-year-old Locker Board entrepreneur

Not a lot of 11-year-old entrepreneurs can say they’ve received a letter from the president of the United States, admiring their workmanship. Then again, not many are as bold as Carson Kropfl, who in January rode his skateboard into Trump Tower in New York City and left a note on a paper napkin for the […]

Starchitects in Sin City

Can high-profile architecture survive in Las Vegas? Las Vegas is where architecture goes to die. YouTube is full of demolition videos of casino hotels on Las Vegas Boulevard: the evening news cameraman calmly capturing the 3-2-1 countdown,...Show More Summary

Vegas goes green

A city known for excess is learning to manage its resources In the sprawling, fast-growing desert city of Las Vegas, where a dancing water fountain is a big tourist draw, “green” is more suggestive of dollar bills or the felt on gaming tables than of a governing philosophy or lifestyle. Show More Summary

Glass house in Tiburon asks $5.19 million

This one’s got nothing to hide Investing in the five bed, four bath home at 40 Norman Way in Tiburon requires two things: $5.19 million or so to potentially satisfy the price it’s just listed for, and the personal resolve not to engage...Show More Summary

Rogue drone scales Salesforce Tower for one-of-a-kind view

But don’t try this at home Salesforce Tower set its final beam in place last week, treating bigwigs and journalists alike to incomparable views 61 stories and over 1,000 feet above the streets of San Francisco. But for those who couldn’t...Show More Summary

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